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Jul 1, 2022 Evaggelia Galanou, Cultural Studies, Hellenic Open University
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Since the proclamation of Athens as the capital of Athens and the first spatial plans of Kleanthis-Schaubert and even Klenze, Omonia Square has been an important place of cultural, social and economic meeting. Throughout its history, the square has become the subject of constant redesigns that changed it -even its name- sometimes upgrading and sometimes degrading it aesthetically. Omonia Square has been associated with the work of the sculptures of the Muses, with the work of important...
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Topics: Klenze, Schaubert, Ziller, Zongolopoulos, Varotsos, Urban planning, Neo-classicism, Modern Art,...
Archive (Athens)
Jun 29, 2022 Vernicos Nicolas, Prof. Emeritus,University of the Aegean; Madoura Giota, Cultural Studies, Hellenic Open University; d'Ayala, Pier-Giovanni, Dr. International Scientific Council for Island Development; Ioannidou Anna, MA in Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; Vassiliki Toutsidou, MA in Archaeology, University of the Aegean; Theoni Dede, Cultural Studies, MA in Cultural Units Management, Hellenic Open University; Philippopoulos Michalis, Cultural Studies, Hellenic Open University
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Μαδούρα, Γ. 2022. Αριστοφάνης και Μένανδρος: Κριτική προσέγγιση, 6-17. Vernicos, N., et P-R. d’ Ayala, 2022. Les Quenouilles Anthropomorphes en Bois Sculpte: Du Musée de la Ville de Palmi, 18-25. Ιωαννίδου, Α. 2022. Η διαμόρφωση των σχέσεων κράτους και πολίτη μετά την 11η Σεπτεμβρίου 2001, 26-37. Τουτσίδου, Β. 2022. Lepenski Vir: Προσεγγίσεις στην...
Topics: Prehistoric Archaeology, Anthropology, Literature, Cinema, Law, Theatrical Studies
Polish Botanical Society
Jun 29, 2022 Monika M. Lipińska; Aninda R. U. Wibowo; Hanna B. Margońska
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Nervilia is an orchid genus of approximately 80 ephemeral taxa that are widely distributed throughout the subtropical and tropical regions of Africa, Asia, Australia, and Oceania. Scientific information and research materials gathered from Bali are scarce. While trekking around Bali, we encountered a few representatives of this taxon. This led to further investigation of the genus and its occurrence in Bali, which is summarized in this article. New records of N. concolor and N. punctata from...
Topics: Bali, Indonesia, Nervilia, orchids, phytogeography
Polish Botanical Society
Jun 21, 2022 Maria Kossowska; Beata Krzewicka; Robert Kościelniak; Martin Kukwa; Agnieszka Kowalewska; Rafał Szymczyk; Michał Smoczyk; Kamila Markiewicz; Marek Adamski
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W publikacji przedstawiono nowe stanowiska 39 gatunków porostów oraz 10 grzybów naporostowych (te ostatnie oznaczono gwiazdką), które są zagrożone w Polsce lub rzadkie w kraju lub regionie. Didymocyrtis epiphyscia s. l. jest podawany poraz pierwszy z obszaru Polski. W zamieszczonych wykazach stanowisk, obok współrzędnych geograficznych, podano kwadraty siatki ATPOL, zmodyfikowanej na potrzeby Atlasu rozmieszczenia geograficznego porostów w Polsce (wydawnictwo Instytutu Botaniki im....
Topics: grzyby zlichenizowane, grzyby naporostowe, różnorodność gatunkowa, gatunki rzadkie,...
Polish Botanical Society
Jun 20, 2022 Wan Arfiani Barus; Abdul Rauf; Rosmayati; Chairani Hanum
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We conducted a comparative study of the effect of vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid) treatment on the yield of selected rice varieties grown in site-specific saline soil; the study area was Paluh Merbau, which is situated on the east coast of North Sumatra and has a salinity of 5.9 dS/m. Salinity causes osmotic, salt-specific, and oxidative stress, which negatively affects crop yields. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of l-ascorbic acid treatment on the yield parameters of eight...
Topics: antioxidants, Oryza sativa, salinity stress, vitamin C
Ante-Babhel
Jun 17, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Maori literature and bible studies
Topics: in litho, monolingual, Pilgrim's Path's Jerusalem
Polish Botanical Society
Jun 15, 2022 Jiangwen Li; Guodong Han; Saruul Kang; Xiaoxi Zhang; Cai Li
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The Stipa breviflora desert steppe is an important component of the Eurasian steppe, and its ecosystem functions are directly affected by changes in the individual functional traits of S. breviflora . Based on 14 years of data from the grazing experiment in S. breviflora desert steppe, we investigated changes in the individual tillering traits of S. breviflora in response to four levels (none, light, moderate, heavy) of long-term grazing. The results showed that: ( i ) long-term grazing...
Topics: stocking rate, sheep grazing, Stipa breviflora, tillering traits
Ante-Babhel
Jun 13, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Japanese literature and bible studies
Topics: in litho, monolingual, Pilgrim's Path's Jerusalem
Ante-Babhel
Jun 11, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Chinese literature and bible studies
Topics: in litho, monolingual, Pilgrim's Path's Jerusalem
Archive (Athens)
Jun 1, 2022 Philippopoulos Michalis, Cultural Studies, Hellenic Open University
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Naturalism in literature makes its appearance around the middle of the 19th century, as a result of the great and rapid progress of the natural sciences. Summarizing the factors that shaped naturalism, we distinguish the following three: a) industrialization, which brings with it any social changes (class inequalities, prosperity of the upper classes, impoverishment of the working and rural population, etc.), thus opening up new fields of concern for the authors, b) the evolution of biology and...
Topics: Papadiamantis, Naturalism, Fonissa, Literature
Ante-Babhel
Jun 1, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Spanish Literature for bible studies.
Topics: monolingual, in litho, pilgrim's path's Jerusalem
Ante-Babhel
May 31, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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English Literature for bible studies.
Topics: monolingual, in litho, pilgrim's path's Jerusalem
The dreams of Humboldt and many of his successors have not yet come true. Despite the great achievements of the last century, we still do not know the total number of vegetation types or the difference in the patterns of the distribution of diversity above and below the ground, we cannot predict all the effects of climate change on vegetation at the regional and global scale, we do not know the hidden and dark parts of species diversity in most ecosystems, nor are we able to make historical...
Topics: geobotany, Humboldt, Paczoski, vegetation science, phytogeography
Polish Botanical Society
May 30, 2022 Tsimi Inashvili; Inga Kupradze; Ketevan Batsatsashvili
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A revised lichen catalog for Georgia, the South Caucasus, the second after 1986, is presented here. It is based on a literature survey and recent study of herbarium material. The list includes 713 species of lichens and nine species of nonlichenized fungi traditionally treated by lichenologists. As a basis for the present catalog, 106 literature sources reporting the first findings of the listed taxa in floristic regions of Georgia were used. The accepted taxa in bold are followed by references...
Topics: lichenized fungi, fungi, Ascomycota, biodiversity, the Caucasus
Polish Botanical Society
May 30, 2022 Haji Muhammad Umer Memon; Mahboob Ali Sial; Hadi Bux
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Water stress is one of the major environmental constraints on wheat grain yield worldwide. One way to overcome this limitation is to evolve genetically stress-tolerant wheat genotypes that produce sustainable grain yields in water-scarce conditions. A field experiment was carried out to investigate the genetic diversity of 34 advanced wheat genotypes ( Triticum aestivum L.) and two commercial check varieties (Khirman and TD-1) for grain yield and yield-associated agronomic traits in moisture...
Topics: drought stress, agronomic traits, grain yield, wheat crop, irrigation levels
Ante-Babhel
May 29, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Literature in Latin in the course of bible studies.
Topics: monolingual, in litho, pilgrim's path's Jerusalem
Sword Samnak of Siam
May 25, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Finnish
Topics: suomi, in litho, pilgrim's path's Jerusalem
Polish Botanical Society
May 9, 2022 Messias de Carvalho; Wiktor Halecki; Katarzyna Możdżeń; Agnieszka Synowiec
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The present study aimed to assess the allelopathic potential of four cereals: winter wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.), triticale ( ×Triticosecale Wittm.), spelt wheat ( Triticum spelta L.) and barley ( Hordeum vulgare L.) through a completely randomized (CR) design. The allelopathic effects of water extracts of different parts of the cereal plants (stem, leaf, and spike) at different concentrations (0.5%, 1.0%, 2.0%, and 4.0%) were evaluated on the seed germination and seedling growth. The...
Topics: seedling, dry weight, ferulic acid, cereal, allelopathy, autoallelopathy
Sword Samnak of Siam
May 4, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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A monolingual dictionary of mathematics.
Topics: monolingual, in litho
Archive (Athens)
May 1, 2022 Theoni Dede, Cultural Studies, MA in Cultural Units Management, Hellenic Open University
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The 1970s has been a period of adjustment for Greek society (dictatorship, loss of half of Cyprus, economic hardship). The New Greek Cinema matured in this social context, while the Old Greek Cinema showed the biggest decline since its appearance. In the following essay, we will refer to the conditions under which the New Greek Cinema was formed. Next, we will present the developments that took place in the field of Greek cinema and the main differences between Old and New Greek Cinema....
Topics: Old Greek Cinema, New Greek Cinema, Directing, Movies Art, Culture, Theo Angelopoulos
Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
Apr 22, 2022 Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
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Topics: Residency, Research, Publishing
Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science
Apr 21, 2022 Sarah Tasnim, Nilufa Yasmin Poly, Nusrat Jahan, Ahasan Ullah Khan
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An experiment was undertaken to elucidate the genetic relationship between different quantitative traits for commercial cultivation and to evaluate selection criteria in pea breeding programs in five inbred parents. Their 17 F4’s derivatives in pea ( Pisum sativum  L.) evaluated ten characters during the winter season (November to February) of 2017-18 at the research farm, BSMRAU, Gazipur, Bangladesh. Analysis of variance explored significant differences among the genotypes for all the...
Topics: Pea, Pisum sativum, plant height, flower, pod, seed, PVC, GCV
Sword Samnak of Siam
Apr 17, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Irish, both html and in litho.
Topics: Gaeilge, in litho
Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science
Apr 16, 2022 Sonia Ratnani, Sarika Malik
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The most consumed beverage in the world is tea after water. Till today the consumption of black tea is 70% while that of green tea is only 20%. One reason for this percentage is lack of awareness about green tea and invested research. Green tea along with caffeine which imparts characteristic taste, bitterness and stimulating effect, is also rich in a group of chemicals, called catechin polyphenols (commonly known as tannins, which contribute to bitter taste and astringency) and deliver...
Topics: green tea, polyphenols, human health, antioxidant
Journals
Apr 15, 2022 Raghavendra Rao M.V, S.Jithender Kumar Naik, Anusha.C.Pawar, Raghunandan Reddy, D.Srinivasa Rao, Mubasheer Ali, Chennamchetty Vijay Kumar
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Histoplasma capsulatum  var.  capsulatum  and  Histoplasma capsulatum var. duboisii  and the human disease they cause, collectively referred to as histoplasmosis, are prevalent worldwide.  Histoplasmosis   is an opportunistic fungal infection caused by inhaling the spores of a fungus called  Histoplasma capsulatum.  The World Health Organization has officially recognised histoplasmosis as an AIDSdefining illness, a neglected tropical (fungal) disease, and an important cause of death in...
Topics: Dimorphic fungus, Sabouraud's agar, Epidemiology, histoplasmosis, itraconazole
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The present study attempts to examine the relationship between adult Bhumija’s BMI and CED in Mayurbhanj District, Odisha, India.  Mathods:  For the study total 275 respondents (men-133 and women-142) were selected from three villages those were over the age of 18-49 was investigated.   Results:  The male respondents average mean body mass index (BMI) were 138.8 (19.4) cm, 31.84 (12.1) kg, 18.14(3.3) cm, and 15.7 (2.3) kg/m 2 , respectively. Females average mean BMI were 138.0 (19.2) cm,...
Topics: Bhumija, CED, BMI, Adult, Odisha
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Apr 15, 2022 Dr. Pooja Varma
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Bisexuality, during the recent years, has portrayed significantly large areas that are yet to be researched. In India, individuals with bisexuality may or may not require to hide their sexual orientation and either way are posed with difficult circumstances, unless their preferences are accepted in their immediate social circles. Although research on the emotional dimension of the events experienced in case of bisexuality mapped are rare especially in India. The present research imbibed the...
Topics: Bisexuality, Homophobia, Discrimination, Social support, Multicultural, India
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Apr 15, 2022 Dr. Bele Tarun, Dr. Bondre Mithun, Dr. Cardozo Basil, Dr. Avadhut Suresh Aiya
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In today’s era due to indiscipline life style, stress, skipping meal, irregular and fast-food habits or consumption of alcohol & smoking; many people are suffering from various kinds of diseases and disorders. One of them is Manyastambha. Earlier it effected elderly aged people but now it is more common in younger generation specially after 30 years of age. There are various types of treatment in different pathy’s but In Ayurveda Vaat Nashak Chikitsa and different types of procedures...
Topics: NASYA, MANYA, STAMBHA, SHOOL, BALA
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Apr 15, 2022 Dr. M. Jabeen
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Managing human resources has been the topic of discussion for several decades. Research studies on employee behaviour have led to study the intentions of employees. This in turn has revealed that employees are the assets of any organization that walk out every evening leaving the managers in a state of guesses as to how many would return the next morning.  The challenge today for managers is not just about managing people, but about finding the right person for the right job and most...
Topics: Labour turnover, Employee attrition, Human resource management
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Apr 15, 2022 Ms. Sushma
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As the world is changing rapidly, Sectors of the economy and careers provide immense opportunities for anyone with the necessary skills. The fast acceleration in global competition and communication technology requires the manpower who are more skilled and creative to be more productive which also leads to sustainable development goals. 21 st  century learning offers a holistic and systematic view of how we can reconceptualize education, bringing together all the elements into a unified...
Topics: 21st century skills, Sustainable development goals, lifelong learners
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Apr 15, 2022 Dr. Rachna Jawa, Ms. Monika
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Capital structure is a blend of equity and debt which helps any corporation to make it financial performance better and competitive by using the correct mixture. This combination plays an integral part of any company’s finance which can help them to outperform. This paper seeks to show association among capital structure & financial performance of the companies which come under the category of service sector which are listed on BSE SENSEX during a five year period (2016-17 to 2020-2021)....
Topics: Capital structure, Service Sector, Financial Performance, Debt to Equity, Return on Equity,...
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Apr 15, 2022 Dr. Saroj Moud, Dr.Rajesh Chandra Mishra
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During the outbreak, the world learned about  ayurveda  and the need of maintaining a healthy immune system. As mentioned in the first thought, " swasthasya swasthya rakshanama, "  Ayurveda  emphasizes keeping healthy despite treatments and medications.  Ayurveda  is a healing health system that focuses on preventing sickness. Seasonal illnesses are caused by changes in environmental circumstances that arise year round.  Ayurveda  includes a number of nutrition and behaviour...
Topics: Seasonal illnesses, Rituharitaki, Anupaan, Rasayan
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Apr 15, 2022 Vivek K. Nambiar, Karthika Rani, Remya Sudevan, Abish Sudhakar
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Background Stroke is the leading cause of death and functional impairment accounting a major burden of global non-communicable diseases  (1, 2) . The knowledge about stroke, risk factors and warning signs among the patients and bystanders is an unexplored area  (1) . The aim of this study was to assess the knowledge of stroke risk factors and warning signs among patients and bystanders.   Materials and methods Patients diagnosed with current andrecurrent stroke of age > 18 years were...
Topics: Stroke awareness, Risk factors of stroke, Stroke and awareness, Patients and by standers awareness...
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Apr 15, 2022 Dr Suparya Subash P, Dr P V Giri
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Definition of Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a functional bowel disorder characterized by altered bowel habits and pain or discomfort in the abdomen without detectable structural abnormalities. In IBS severity of symptoms varies and can significantly impair quality of life, resulting in high health care costs. This study systematically reviewed the published clinical research in PubMed on Ayurvedic medicines and their reliable mechanisms of action in controlling IBS. Rather the combinations...
Topics: Ayurvedic single drugs, Ayurvedic formulations, irritable bowel syndrome
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Apr 15, 2022 Dr. Ifsha Khurshid
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Access to fresh water is one of the biggest environmental challenges of the 21 st  Century. According to World Health Organization 1.1 billion people lack access to clean drinking water. Nearby 2.7 billion people experience water scarcity at least one month out of the year. By 2025 it is expected that two-third of the world’s population will be living in water stressed areas. The non accessibility to clean drinking water expose these vulnerable populations to deadly water borne illnesses...
Topics: Water Scarcity, Human resource, Indian Economy, Agriculture, Food Security, Water stress, Public...
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The first and prime right of all human beings is education. Without education, we are incomplete, and our life is meaningless. To assess human capital, education is one of the most important sources. When people speak about education, they tend to associate it with schooling, or any structured institutional idea of education. So, we see many picturing places like schools or colleges when they see or hear the word. They may also think of unique positions, such as teachers or tutors. But is that...
Topics: Education, Systems of Education, Pedagogy, Andragogy, Human Capital, Indigenous Education, Gurukula
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Apr 15, 2022 Nguyen Vu Lan, Le Minh Quang, Prof. Nguyen Thi Lan Huong
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The symbol of the four seasons in the art of the Nguyen Dynasty was shown on several different materials and played a huge role in the decorative arts, thereby transforming patterns in the most appropriate way and many other symbolic meanings. bearing the imprint of contemporary art. There lies a large amount of aesthetic aspects of life, even sometimes it has the   evocations , prediction of aspirations in the relationship between people and reality and society.
Topics: Art, Nguyen Dynasty, decorative, symbol, four seasons
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Apr 15, 2022 Kapil Kelkar
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Fashion, Textile and Garment industry is one of the dirtiest industries in the world. Majorly due to the harm that cotton and synthetic fiber fabrication effect on the environment and pa because of seriously old-fashioned manufacturing methods used to dye and finish fabric. But enough of the gloomy facts,  As consumers are becoming progressively more aware and clothing manufacturers are stepping up to more environmental responsibility, there have been latest advances in the area of garment...
Topic: Textile Innovation Fashion Industry
Polish Botanical Society
Apr 12, 2022 Arkadiusz Nowak; Sebastian Świerszcz; Sylwia Nowak; Vítězslav Plášek; Agnieszka Nobis; Ewelina Klichowska; Marcin Nobis
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This paper presents the results of research conducted on chasmophytic vegetation occurring within the alpine belt (approx. 1,850–4,000 m a.s.l.) in the eastern part of Middle Asia. We specifically focused on the diversity and syntaxonomy of rock vegetation as well as on environmental variables determining its distribution. Altogether, 242 relevés were sampled in rock fissures, ledges, and clefts during field surveys conducted in 2013–2019. The size of each recorded vegetation plot was 1 m...
Topics: Asplenietea trichomanis, petrophytes, chasmophytes, alpine belt, syntaxonomy, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan
Introduction : During COVID-19 outbreaks, disproportionate use of antibiotics, high Intensive Care Units burden and longer in-hospital stays may have aggravated the emergency posed by carbapenem-resistant isolates. Therefore, we set out to determine whether the incidence of carbapenem-resistant isolates rose in a tertiary care center in Santa Fe, Argentina during the period with active cases of COVID-19. Material and methods : In this retrospectively designed analytic epidemiologic study, two...
Topics: Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, Antibiotic resistance, COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, Outbreak
Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science
Apr 8, 2022 Muhammad Asril, Yuni Lisafitri, Bayo Alhusaeri Siregar
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Ganoderma philippii  and  Fusarium oxysporum  0148c are the primary pathogenic fungi that causes root rot and damping-off in young acacia plants. The best treatment to date is the use of biological control agents. Phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) isolated from acid soil is a bacterial isolate classified as plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB). PGPB has an indirect function as a biocontrol agent for fungal pathogens. This study aimed to determine the potential of PSB isolate EF.NAP 8...
Topics: acacia, F. oxysporum, G. philippii, plant growth-promoting bacteria, phosphate solubilizing bacteria
Sword Samnak of Siam
Apr 7, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Vietnamese
Topics: Vietnamese, tiếng Việt
Forest fire is one of the leading causes of forest and wildlife loss. The objective of this study was to use satellite imagery and Geographic Information System techniques to assess the forest fire risk zonation map of the Aalital rural municipality. This rural municipality is a part of the Sudurpaschim province, Nepal; is prone to forest fires. Four fire risk zones were established in the study area i.e. very high, high, medium, and low-risk zone. Thematic layers were derived from topographic...
Topics: geographic information system, fire risk index, remote sensing, satelite imagery, wildfire
Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
Apr 4, 2022 Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
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Introduction : With the increase of COVID-19 cases, an unusual manifestation for this type of virus began to appear anosmia and dysgeusia, which could indicate a neurologic alteration. In this context, it seems likely that subclinical manifestations of baroreflex involvement occur. The vegetative nervous system carries out the regulation of the baroreflex through the balance between sympathetic and parasympathetic activity. The objective of this study is to verify whether patients with COVID-19...
Topics: Dysautonomia, COVID-19, Heart rate variability
Journal of Multidisciplinary Applied Natural Science
Apr 4, 2022 Riccardo Pulcini, Silvia D'Agostino, Marco Dolci, Alessandra Bissioli, Lucia Caporaso, Francesca Iarussi
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The Coronavirus-19 pandemic has led to severe collapses in international health systems that have repercussions at all levels of disease prevention. Oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is the most common head / neck malignancy, and it is usually diagnosed late due to patients neglecting symptoms. The purpose of this systematic review is to verify the impact of Sars-Cov-2 pandemic on OSCC diagnosis. The search methodology follows the PRISMA statement performing a PubMed investigation from 2019...
Topics: COVID-19, Sars-Cov-2, oral cancer, oral squamous cell carcinoma, public health
Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
Apr 3, 2022 Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
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Aluminum phosphide (ALP) is a highly toxic compound most commonly available as Celphos in Nepal. Suicidal ingestion is common in developing countries like Nepal as it is easily available and has a high mortality rate. Farmers to protect crops from rodents and pests use it. Here we present a case of a 24-year-old female with suicidal ingestion of one and a half-tablet of ALP presented with abdominal pain and vomiting. The patient developed metabolic acidosis, hyperkalemia, acute respiratory...
Topics: Aluminum phosphide, Suicidal ingestion, Metabolic acidosis, Acute respiratory distress, Magnesium...
Archive (Athens)
Apr 1, 2022 Vassiliki Toutsidou, MA in Archaeology, University of the Aegean
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The aim of this essay is to formulate approaches to the defining the role of the social gender in the formation of the cultural perceptions of the riparian Mesolithic-Neolithic settlement of the Lepenski Vir Danube. It is oriented towards a different view, from that proposed by traditional models that support the existence of a matriarchal society based on the worship of the Great Goddess in the Paleolithic and Neolithic cultures of Europe. Therefore we will explore available evidence from...
Topics: Prehistoric Archaeology, Lepenski Vir, Gender Archaeology, Burial Practices, Great Goddess, Johann...
Sword Samnak of Siam
Apr 1, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Turkish
Topics: Turkish, Türkçe
Polish Botanical Society
Mar 31, 2022 Anastasiia Fetsiukh; Liubov Bunio; Ostap Patsula; Salme Timmusk; Olga Terek
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Currently, the problem of environmental pollution, especially in contaminated areas, is highly important. The study of the defense mechanisms of plants under salt stress (high salinity) is of considerable importance, given the conditions of current agricultural development and climate change. The aim of this study was to reveal the effect of salinity on Salix viminalis L. under field conditions at the Stebnyk tailing site in Ukraine. After 120 days of growth, the leaves, stems, and roots of S....
Topics: willow, catalase, peroxidase, soluble sugars, proline, ascorbic acid, salinity
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 31, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Hungarian
Topics: Hungarian, Magyar
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 30, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Pali
Topic: Pali
Polish Botanical Society
Mar 28, 2022 Dariusz Tlałka; Agnieszka Zawisza-Raszka
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Na terenie Miejskiego Ogrodu Botanicznego w Zabrzu zgromadzono 33 taksony (w tym 27 gatunków) rodzimych paproci, należących do 9 rodzin. Większość tych paproci rośnie na dwóch pagórkach w południowo-centralnej części ogrodu, a pozostałe w stawach w południowo-zachodnim i południowo-wschodnim jego sektorze. Jest to pierwsze opracowanie opisujące kolekcję rodzimych taksonów paproci w polskim ogrodzie botanicznym. Native Taxa of Ferns in the Municipal Botanical Garden in Zabrze:...
Topics: Polypodiopsida, taksony mieszańcowe, gatunki chronione, Dryopteris, ochrona różnorodności...
Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
Mar 27, 2022 Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
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Peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM) is a rare but life-threatening condition defined by left ventricular dysfunction and heart failure (HF), occurring in late pregnancy or, more commonly, the early postpartum period. In African American women, women with pre-eclampsia, advanced maternal age, and numerous gestation pregnancies, there is a greater incidence. Although the pathophysiology of PPCM is still undetermined, the importance of vasculo-hormonal pathways has been suggested in research over the...
Topics: Cardiomiopathy, Heart failure, Pre-eclampsia, Pregnancy
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Mar 17, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Khmer
Topics: Khmer, Cambodian
Introduction : SARS-CoV-2 continues to raise health and socio-economical concerns globally. The recent discovery of the B.1.1.529 (Omicron) variant with its critical mutations has heightened the debate about the need for a better global vaccination rollout to prevent the emergence of new SARS-CoV-2 strains. Optimizing vaccine rollout in Africa is crucial for the management of the pandemic and preventing the rise of new strains. To better direct efforts and interventions it is important to know...
Topics: SARS-CoV-2, Africa, COVID-19, Vaccine, Immunology, New strains, International relations
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Mar 15, 2022 Dr. Vishnu V Nair, Dr. Srikanth Moorthy, Dr. Sreekumar K.P, Dr. K.R. Sundaram, Dr. Vijay Anand V, Dr. Remya Sudevan
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Introduction There is scarcity of Indian data on the effectiveness of radiofrequency ablation (RFA) as the first line therapy. The aim of the study was to evaluate the recurrence rate after RFA as the first-line therapy for early-stage hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Materials and Methods:  Hospital based prospective cohort study. The study period was from September 2016 to august 2018, during which 61 patients with early stage HCC without coagulopathy were included into the study after...
Topics: Radiofrequency ablation, hepatocellular carcinoma, predictors, recurrence rate, event free survival
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Mar 15, 2022 Kathrine H. McGill, Sunddip Panesar-Aguilar, Amy Herrington
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The shortage of nurses to provide safe patient care in the future is a looming reality for healthcare systems in the United States. Healthcare faces an aging population, retiring experienced nurses, and higher acuity of patients seeking treatment. The first year of professional nursing is a period of acclimation and adjustment for new nursing graduates, often experiencing feelings of inadequacy, decreased self-efficacy, and incompetence leading to discontentment. Healthcare institutions have...
Topics: Nursing education, health science education, nursing graduates, transition to practice programs,...
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Mar 15, 2022 MAMTA MALIK, DR. RUPAM MISHRA
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Customer attraction and satisfaction are both heavily influenced by online buying. In today's technology environment, most businesses employ online purchasing to please clients while also recruiting new ones. The impact of internet shopping on improving customer satisfaction in retail enterprises is the subject of this study report. The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of online purchasing on the retail industry. Aside from this goal, the study paper also includes some...
Topics: Online Shopping, Customer Satisfaction, Services, Retail Companies, Financial Benefit
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Mar 15, 2022 Dr. Krushna Chandra Panda
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The institutes like KG to PS across the countries have community out reach as a critical component of their off campus activities. Most of these programmes turn out to be a one shot affair with a hit and go appeared by the student campus. Initially a holistic survey  of backward community where the student wish to initiate their    outreach programme. Academic lastitutions  Grampanchayats, NGOs, donea agencies and the Govt. may encourage this ancro soft approach in rural development as in...
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Critical Problem Solving Skill was once thought to be the domain of the gifted learners. But today it is the need of every individual learner who desires to make sensible decisions about everything that matters to them. Present education should prepare the learners for life. Hence, they are crucial skills to be taught in the classroom. It makes them rational thinkers involving critiques. The National Curriculum Framework 2005 recommends a paradigm shift from rote memory to learning by...
Topics: Critical Problem Solving Skills, Achievement, Political Science, Critical thinking, Decision making
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 15, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of  Akkadian
Topic: Akkadian
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Mar 15, 2022 Ms. Isha Jain
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Agriculture is an important occupation in India. Many people are dependent on agriculture for their income. The low productivity which is led by the deterioration of soil has resulted in low income for the farmers. Over the period of time, the farmers have become indebted of heavy amounts. The indebtedness extent has been studies by various organizations over the period of time. Ultimately, it has resulted into farmers ending up their lives due to the mounting pressures from the money lenders....
Topics: Agriculture, Farmers’ Suicides, Human Rights, Indebtedness
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Mar 15, 2022 Aayan Sharma, Dr. Rakesh Rai
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In this record I will be endeavouring to outline and understand of the impact that climate change has had on social inequalities in developing nations, especially that of India . I will be doing this as such by drawing upon a scope of experiences from social theory, anthropological and socio-economic aspects, all of which are grounded in a growing body of academic evidence. Through the exploration of this topic I aim to demonstrate that social, anthropological  and behavioural factors are...
Topics: climate change, social inequality, social behaviour, SDGS, sustainable development
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 15, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Egyptian
Topic: Egyptian Hieroglyphic
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Mar 15, 2022 Sumit Malik, Dr. Tarjeet Sabharwal
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Social media, most notably, opened its users to create and share content; connecting them in ways never before imagined. But it would also be unfair not to acknowledge the fact that the individual did not have a ‘voice’ while consuming the ‘traditional’ media. The internet, by offering a ‘voice to every user’ thus became a marked departure from its traditional counterparts.   This study investigates the creation of identity by micro-bloggers on social networking sites.   It also...
Topics: celebrity culture, social networking sites, interactivity, online identity, micro-blogging, public...
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Mar 15, 2022 Dr. Shalini Yadava
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This paper is an attempt to critically analyse the status of India with respect to the strides taken as a nation to integrate education for sustainable development in the curricula whether in schools or in higher education institutions. Achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 4 i.e Quality Education cannot be complete unless we understand the urgent need for sustainability education at all levels. India has exhorted in NEP 2020 to move towards sustainable education keeping in mind the...
Topics: Sustainability, Competencies, Critical Thinking, Quality
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Mar 15, 2022 Shruti Thakral
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Marketing is a study and management of exchange relationship, a relationship between customers and suppliers. Marketing is used to create and keep customers satisfied. A good relationship between customers and their suppliers can be made when there are some marketing strategies to attract the customers. The product, price, place and promotion these are four main types of marketing strategies. The objective of this paper is to study the strategies of the products used in the marketing of the...
Topic: Marketing is a study and management of exchange relationship
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Mar 15, 2022 Subhash Mishra
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FDI in the telecom sector has jumped nearly five times in the past 3 years – from $1.3 billion in 2015-16 to $6.2 billion in 2017-18. However, FDI has plunged to $2.6 billion in 2018-19. The quantum and nature of FDI inflows depend on many factors and accordingly no specific reasons can be attributed for increase or decrease of inflows on year-to-year basis. There has been neither a regulatory uncertainty nor the lack of conducive environment to invest in the Telecom Sector which may be cited...
Topics: FDI, Telecom Sector, Inflows, Foreign and Policy
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Mar 14, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Sanskrit
Topics: Sanskrit, saṃskṛt, संस्कृतम्
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 12, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of  Russian
Topic: Russian
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 11, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Japanese
Topics: Japanese, Nihongo
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 11, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Hebrew
Topic: Hebrew
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 11, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Spanish
Topics: Spanish, español
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 11, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Ancient Greek
Topics: Ancient Greek, Ἑλληνική
Sword Samnak of Siam
Mar 10, 2022 KIT Tyabandha, PhD
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Monolingual dictionary of Latin
Topic: Latin