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Soil Microbial Biomass Carbon, Nitrogen and Sulphur as Affected By Different Land Uses in Seronga, Okavango Delta, Botswana ...

British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, Volume: 3, Issue: 4 (October-December)-Special Issue 2013, Pages: 628-639

Aim: The Okavango Delta at Seronga is fragmented into different land uses ranging from grasslands to woodland (Ximenia and mopane), often punctuated with cropped and fallow fields. The influence of land uses on surface (A1 horizon) soil physico-chara...


Facial Behavioral Analysis: A Case Study in Deception Detection

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 10 (01-10 April) 2014, Pages: 1485-1496

Aims: To establish a rich Facial Action Coding System (FACS) coded database and to investigate the use of the facial visual cues for deception detection. Study Design: A within-participants design experiment was conducted, using immigration as a scen...


Fermentation Optimization of Mycobacterium smegmatis Using Experimental Design

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 10 (01-10 April) 2014, Pages: 1472-1484

The exceptionally stable mycobacterial protein porin A (MspA) from Mycobacterium smegmatis has potential applications in protein-based solar cells, and as a biotemplate for nano-wires and nano-dots. These applications would be enabled by an efficient...


The Importance of Control Monitoring Systems in Wind Parks Maintenance

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 10 (01-10 April) 2014, Pages: 1461-1471

The objective of every wind energy producer is to reduce operational costs associated to the production as a way to increase profits. One other issue that must be looked carefully is the equipment maintenance. Increase the availability of wind turbin...


Evidence for Negative Electron Affinity in Laser Irradiated ZnTe Thin Films

Physical Science International Journal, Volume: 4, Issue: 5 (July) 2014, Pages: 657-668

Local transport properties of laser irradiated ZnTe thin films are reported. By rastering the laser beam (of 532 nm wavelength) appropriately, ZnTe decomposes into n-type ZnTe and Te and a grating like structure with micro-stripes of ZnTe separated b...


Synthesis of 3-azoindoles

International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Volume: 4, Issue: 3 (May-June) 2014, Pages: 292-298

Azo compounds are an important class of organic colorants which consist of a conjugated chromophore azo (-N=N-) group in association with one or more aromatic or heterocyclic systems]. Azo dyes based on heterocyclic amines have higher tinctorial stre...



Effect of Environmental Changes on Phenology and Reproductive Biology of Sida cordifolia with Special Reference to the Temperature and Relative Humidity ...

International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, Volume: 3, Issue: 4 (April) 2014, Pages: 372-379

Impact of environmental factors (temperature and relative humidity) on phenology and reproductive biology of a medicinal plant Sida cordifolia L. growing at district Agra was studied. The study revealed that phenological events (leaf fall, leaf renew...





Fluorescence Spectroscopy as Method for Quality Control of Honey

Advances in Research, Volume: 2, Issue: 2 (February) 2014, Pages: 95-108

The present work aims in exploring the possibilities of fluorescent spectroscopy for quality control of honey, particularly to distinguish types of honey and to distinguish the natural honey from that with artificial additives - sweeteners. 24 sample...


Removal of Congo Red Dye Using an Adsorbent Prepared from Martynia annua, L. Seeds

American Chemical Science Journal, Volume: 4, Issue: 4 (July-August) 2014, Pages: 424-442

Activated carbons M1 and M2 were prepared from the seeds of Martynia annua, L. using H2SO4 and H3PO4 as chemical activating agents respectively. In this study, utilization of these adsorbents for the removal of Congo red (CR) dye from aqueous solutio...




Organic Wastes Use in Horticulture: Influences on Nutrient Supply and Apple Tree Growth

International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, Volume: 3, Issue: 4 (April) 2014, Pages: 358-371

The application of fertilizers derived from agroindustrial by-products, represents an interesting opportunity in organic farming. The composition of such inputs includes complex molecules, which strongly influence their effectiveness in providing the...



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