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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Associated with Women Who Have Sex with Women  

International STD Research & Reviews, Volume: 2, Issue: 2 (July-December) 2014, Pages: 51-63

Aims: The aim of this work is to present the findings of various studies relevant to the incidence of sexually transmitted disease (STD) among women who have sex with women (WSW). This being an important issue when considering the numerous and divers...

Renoprotective Effect of Sitagliptin ( Dipeptidyl Peptidase- 4 Inhibitor) aganist Cisplatin Induced Nephrotoxicity in Mice  ...

British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 9 (01-15 May) 2014, Pages: 1116-1129

Back Ground and Objectives: Despite the therapeutic benefits of cisplatin (CDDP), its use clinically is often limited due to dose-related nephrotoxicity. On the meanwhile, DPP 4 inhibitors could attenuate kidney injury, so in the present work, it wa...

Comparison of Fentanyl Citrate-midazolam-propofol and Fentanyl Citrate-ketamine Propofol Combinations with Regards to Efficiency and Safety in Sedation Practices for the ERCP  ...

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 19 (01-10 July) 2014, Pages: 3650-3665

Aims: The objective of our study is to compare the efficiency and safety of fentanyl citrate-midazolam-propofol combination with fentanyl citrate-ketamine-propofol combination used as sedative and analgesic medication in patients undergoing ERCP proc...

Fracture Characterization, Mineral Vein Evolution and the Tectonic Pattern of Igarra Syn-Tectonic Granite, Southwestern Nigeria  ...

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 17 (11-20 June) 2014, Pages: 2417-2429

Extensive outcrops of the pan-African granite were studied in detail with particular interest in the joint pattern and mineral vein characteristics. The attitude of 57 tectonic joints and 60 mineral veins were measured, the length and width of the ve...

Nuclear Power Project Management Confidence with Cultural Science Thailand  

Advances in Research, Volume: 2, Issue: 6 (June) 2014, Pages: 354-366

More than 7 billion people live on Earth which involves a multidimensional activity encompassing environmental pollution, energy and climate. Energy therefore is an important part of life and is an indicator of the direction in developing countries. ...

Sustainable Management and Improvement of Soil Physical Properties and Rice Grain Yield in Degraded Inland Valleys of Southeastern Nigeria  ...

International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, Volume: 3, Issue: 7 (July) 2014, Pages: 863-878

Nigeria is relatively blessed with rain and high potential of inland valleys. The major constraints in the utilization of these inland valleys for sustainable rice based cropping include, poor soil properties maintenance, inadequate weed and water co...

Reduction of Student’s Exam Grade Performance When Spending More Time in an Exam  

British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, Volume: 4, Issue: 8 (August) 2014, Pages: 1125-1139

Aims: This study aims to establish the correlation between the duration to finish an exam and the student’s exam performance quantitatively. The goal is to determine statistically whether spending more time in an exam can improve the exam grad...

Motivation: An Important Factor in Effective Foreign Language Teaching in Iran  

British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, Volume: 4, Issue: 8 (August) 2014, Pages: 1114-1124

A willingness to learn foreign languages is increasing in Iran and foreign languages institutes are seeking to provide the best strategies of effective teaching. Since motivation is one of affective factors that has a crucial role in effective langua...

The Effect of Change Management on Operational Excellence in Electrical and Electronics Industry: Evidence from Malaysia  ...

British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, Volume: 4, Issue: 8 (August) 2014, Pages: 1285-1305

The objective of this study is to investigate the main hypothesis between change management and operational excellence. This empirical research utilizes causal studies as it attempt to ascertain the relationship between the soft systems in the change...

Latent Infection of Olive Leaf Spot Disease on Palestinian Olives  

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 15 (01-15 August) 2014, Pages: 2517-2524

Olive Leaf Spot (OLS) or peacock disease is one of the most destructive diseases on olive trees in many parts of the world. The disease is caused by the fungus Spilocaea oleagina and can reduce the growth and yield of olive trees (Olea eurapaea L.). ...

Two-Body Dirac Theory  

Physical Science International Journal, Volume: 4, Issue: 6 (August) 2014, Pages: 797-815

Zitterbewegung is the quiver motion discovered by Schroedinger in his 1930 solution of the time-dependent Dirac equation for a free electron. The origin of Zitterbewegung is the interference between positive-energy and negative-energy states. Zitterb...

Biomass Production in the Short Rains and Its Influence on Crops in the Long Rains: A Systems Approach in Organic Farming  ...

American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, Volume: 4, Issue: 9 (September) 2014, Pages: 1047-1071

Production of legumes for purposes of obtaining biomass is often restricted to seasons that are less optimum for economic crops, thus limiting the possibility of accumulating substantial biomass. A three and half-year study was conducted at Egerton U...

Effect of Cold Wraps on Muscle Recovery after Exercise Induced Muscle Soreness  

Advances in Research, Volume: 2, Issue: 6 (June) 2014, Pages: 338-353

Aims: Numerous studies have been conducted on the effects of cold on muscle soreness; however, few agree on the measureable benefits of cold after exercise. Different studies apply different temperatures to the skin, for different lengths of time, a...

Disturbance and Population Structure of Plant Communities in the Wildlife Reserve of Oti-Mandouri in Togo (West Africa)  ...

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 15 (01-15 August) 2014, Pages: 2501-2516

Aims: As a contribution to the sustainable management of protected areas in Togo, this study aims to analyze the impact of anthropogenic activities on plant communities in the wildlife reserve of Oti-Mandouri (North-Togo). Study Design: The study a...

Transmittance Properties of Contact Lens Multipurpose Solutions and Their Effects on a Hydrogel Lens  ...

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 15 (01-15 August) 2014, Pages: 2484-2500

Purpose: The aim was to assess the compatibility of different multipurpose solutions (MPSs) with one type of silicone hydrogel (SiH) contact lens by, assessing the changes in both ultraviolet (UV) and visible light transmissibility of the hydrogel le...

Length-Weight Relationships of Five Fish Species from the Sakarya River, Turkey  

Annual Research & Review in Biology, Volume: 4, Issue: 15 (01-15 August) 2014, Pages: 2476-2483

Aims: The study aimed to investigate the length-weight relationships for five fish species (Capoeta baliki, Capoeta sieboldii, Squalius cephalus, Silurus glanis and Esox lucius). Place and Duration of Study: Samples were caught by trammel nets fro...

Antimicrobial Activity of Bacteria Associated with Seaweeds against Plant Pathogens on Par with Bacteria Found in Seawater and Sediments  ...

British Microbiology Research Journal, Volume: 4, Issue: 8 (August) 2014, Pages: 841-855

Aim: We report antimicrobial activities of bacteria associated with 10 native and one invasive species of seaweeds on par with bacteria found in the seawater and sediment. Bacteria exhibiting antimicrobial activity were phylogenetically analysed usin...

Residual Effect of Intercropping on the Yield and Productivity of Oil Palm  

International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, Volume: 3, Issue: 7 (July) 2014, Pages: 854-862

The oil palm industry in Ghana is dominated by small scale farmers who normally intercrop oil palm with food crops (maize, cassava and plantain). A trial was conducted on a four year old oil palm field which had been intercropped with food crops for...

Variability and Heritability Estimates in Some Reproductive Characters and Yield in Chilli (Capsicum annuum L.)  ...

International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, Volume: 3, Issue: 7 (July) 2014, Pages: 845-853

Forty one chilli genotypes were grown in a randomized block design with three replications during autumn-winter season of 2010-11, at the AB block Farm, Kalyani, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, India, to estimate variability and heritability fo...

Using the CROPGRO Model to Predict Phenology of Cowpea under Rain-fed Conditions  

International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, Volume: 3, Issue: 7 (July) 2014, Pages: 824-844

Field experiments were conducted in November of 2012 at the University of Juba demonstration farm on cowpea cultivar UCR 368 and local variety JUBA1. In this study, the DSSAT Cropping System Model, CROPGRO-Cowpea, was employed to simulate and predict...

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