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  Paper Title: MOBILE PHONES AS FOMITES IN MIOCROBIAL DISSEMINATION

  Author Name(s): Yazhini Jagadeesan, M. Deepa, M. Kannagi

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1505

  Register Paper ID - 211574

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCSP10A1505 and DOI :

  Author Country : Indian Author, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: MOBILE PHONES AS FOMITES IN MIOCROBIAL DISSEMINATION

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 Pubished in Volume: 3  | Issue: 4  | Year: November 2013

 Publisher Name : IJCSPUB | www.ijcspub.org | ISSN : 2250-1770

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 6-14

 Year: November 2013

 Downloads: 14

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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The increased use of mobile phones is seen against a background of rise in microbial infection rates. These mobile phones act as reservoir of microbial flora. The objective of the study was to determine the rate of microbial contamination of mobile phones of college students. The mobile phone of students belonging to Quaid-E-millath Government College for Woman was surveyed for microbial load. The microbial swabs were cultured in a nutritive agar and the microbial isolates obtained were qualitative analyzed. The results obtained showed 98% of isolates and 2% non isolates. The 98% isolated include Gram positive bacillus, Gram negative bacillus, Staphylococcus sp, E. coli, Enterococcus, Coliform, Micrococcus and Aerobic spores. This study thus highlights the fact that mobile phones are potential threat in the dissemination of infections pathogens. It can thus be concluded that development of effective preventive strategies such as regular decontamination of mobile phones with disinfectant and personal hygiene can help reduce the burden of contamination.


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  Paper Title: ENUMERATION OF BIOSURFACTANT PRODUCING MICROORGANISMS FROM OIL CONTAMINATED SOIL IN AND AROUND BANGALORE (INDIA)

  Author Name(s): Vijaya B, N.R. Jayalakshmi, K. Manjunath

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1497

  Register Paper ID - 211564

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  Title: ENUMERATION OF BIOSURFACTANT PRODUCING MICROORGANISMS FROM OIL CONTAMINATED SOIL IN AND AROUND BANGALORE (INDIA)

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 Pubished in Volume: 3  | Issue: 4  | Year: November 2013

 Publisher Name : IJCSPUB | www.ijcspub.org | ISSN : 2250-1770

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 86-94

 Year: November 2013

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  Paper Title: PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DAL LAKE UNDER TEMPERATE CONDITIONS OF KASHMIR (JAMMU AND KASHMIR), INDIA

  Author Name(s): Bhat Tanveer H

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1467

  Register Paper ID - 211523

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCSP10A1467 and DOI :

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  Title: PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DAL LAKE UNDER TEMPERATE CONDITIONS OF KASHMIR (JAMMU AND KASHMIR), INDIA

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 Pubished in Volume: 3  | Issue: 4  | Year: October 2013

 Publisher Name : IJCSPUB | www.ijcspub.org | ISSN : 2250-1770

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 133-136

 Year: October 2013

 Downloads: 17

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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An investigation was carried out in four basins of Dal Lake viz. Hazratbal, Nishat, Nehru Park and Nigeen basin in Kashmir during March-December, 2012 to study the effects of pollutants on physicochemical characteristics of Dal Lake. After physicochemical analysis of water samples collected from four basins of the lake, Nigeen basin showed the highest level of pollution than rest of the basins. Therefore the present study clearly indicates that Dal Lake is undergoing rapid eutrophication under the increasing anthropogenic impacts in its drainage basins. The rate of pollution varies from one basin to other. It was observed that pollution problem in the basins of Dal is mainly due to addition of major plant nutrients particularly nitrogen and phosphorus, derived from human wastes, detergents and agricultural practices. The organic and inorganic pollutant load in the Dal has accelerated the macrophytic growth which in turn has reduced the water quality and biological oxygen demand (BOD) of the lake and hence has reduced the recreational and aesthetic appeal of the lake. The condition of Dal Lake has reached a critical stage from the ecological angles and if proper conservation measures are not taken , the lake will likely deteriorate further and will turn into a choked ecosystem in near future.


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  Paper Title: Terrestrial snails of Ha’il region, Saudi Arabia

  Author Name(s): Mohammed Zuhair Amr, Ahmed Mohajja Al-Shammari

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1410

  Register Paper ID - 211453

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  Title: TERRESTRIAL SNAILS OF HA’IL REGION, SAUDI ARABIA

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 Pubished in Volume: 3  | Issue: 4  | Year: November 2013

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 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 1-5

 Year: November 2013

 Downloads: 24

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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The present study reports five new terrestrial snails to Ha’il region. The zoogeographical origin of these species is reported here. The species belongs to five families, each family has only one genus: Subulinidae, Rumina; Ferussaciidae, Cecilioides, Hygromiidae, Monacha; Helicidae, Eobania, and Pupillidae, Pupoides.


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  Paper Title: PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA FROM POTABLE WATER IN KOTHURU PANCHAYATH, VISAKHAPATNAM (ANDHRA PRADESH), INDIA

  Author Name(s): Sandhya Deepika D, Laxmi Sowmya K

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1400

  Register Paper ID - 211442

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCSP10A1400 and DOI :

  Author Country : Indian Author, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA FROM POTABLE WATER IN KOTHURU PANCHAYATH, VISAKHAPATNAM (ANDHRA PRADESH), INDIA

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 Pubished in Volume: 3  | Issue: 4  | Year: October 2013

 Publisher Name : IJCSPUB | www.ijcspub.org | ISSN : 2250-1770

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 111-119

 Year: October 2013

 Downloads: 18

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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drinking water, quality assessment, pathogenic bacteria, Kothuru panchayath

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  Paper Title: IN VITRO ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF NARINGI CRENULATA (ROXB.) NICOLS LEAF EXTRACT

  Author Name(s): Samundeeswari A, Chittibabu CV

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1398

  Register Paper ID - 211439

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCSP10A1398 and DOI :

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  Title: IN VITRO ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF NARINGI CRENULATA (ROXB.) NICOLS LEAF EXTRACT

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 Publisher Name : IJCSPUB | www.ijcspub.org | ISSN : 2250-1770

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 82-85

 Year: November 2013

 Downloads: 18

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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Naringi crenulata, antifungal activity, LME, MIC, human pathogens

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  Paper Title: WATER QUALITY AND TROPHIC STATUS OF THE RIVER SAI AT RAIBARELI, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

  Author Name(s): Sadhana Chaurasia, Rahul Dwivedi, Raj Karan

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1393

  Register Paper ID - 211433

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  Title: WATER QUALITY AND TROPHIC STATUS OF THE RIVER SAI AT RAIBARELI, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

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 Pubished in Volume: 3  | Issue: 4  | Year: October 2013

 Publisher Name : IJCSPUB | www.ijcspub.org | ISSN : 2250-1770

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 15-18

 Year: October 2013

 Downloads: 19

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  Paper Title: MODIFIED MEDIUM FOR ENHANCED GROWTH OF DUNALIELLA STRAINS

  Author Name(s): Ramaraj Sathasivam, Niran Juntawong

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1374

  Register Paper ID - 211407

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  Title: MODIFIED MEDIUM FOR ENHANCED GROWTH OF DUNALIELLA STRAINS

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 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: N

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 67-73

 Year: November 2013

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The genus Dunaliella is a halotolerant microalgae are common in hypersaline environments. Additionally, different species of Dunaliella can accumulate significant amounts of valuable fine chemicals such as carotenoids, glycerol, lipids, vitamins, minerals and proteins. Modified Johnsons medium is widely used for growing Dunaliella species, however, without air supplement the growth of algae was slow. The new medium was designed based on the modified Johnsons medium with altering the concentration of MgSO4, NaHCO3 and addition of NaVO3 and elimination of MgCl2. This medium was named as, Ramaraj medium. Pure cultures of Dunaliella species were isolated from the salt soil samples namely, KU07, KU08, KU11, KU13 and KU16. All the isolated strains grew fast in Ramaraj medium. Among these isolates the growth curve of KU11 was taken for comparing the two media. The growth of KU11 was faster and better in Ramaraj medium than in the modified Johnsons medium in all the different NaCl concentrations (0.5, 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0 M). The result showed that Ramaraj medium is useful for culturing of Dunaliella species.


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  Paper Title: EFFECT OF TWO DIFFERENT COMMERCIAL PROBIOTIC PRODUCTS USED IN THE SURVIVAL AND GROWTH OF PENEAUS MONODON

  Author Name(s): Elumalai V, S.M. Raffi

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1361

  Register Paper ID - 211394

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  Title: EFFECT OF TWO DIFFERENT COMMERCIAL PROBIOTIC PRODUCTS USED IN THE SURVIVAL AND GROWTH OF PENEAUS MONODON

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 Subject Area: Science and Technology

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 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 95-100

 Year: November 2013

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The role of probiotics bacteria has been studied so far only on experimental basis at low or medium stocking densities and its performance on semi-intensive systems with high stocking densities are found wanting. In this backdrop, the present study was carried out so as to evaluate the performance of two commercially available probiotics in the growth and survival of P. monodon in grow-out conditions. A detailed account on the semi-intensive culture of P. monodon was carried out with special emphasis on pond preparation, stocking, feeding, growth analysis and other routine culture operations. Water quality parameters such as Temperature, Salinity, pH, Dissolved Oxygen were strictly monitored on daily basis for 120 days of culture (DOC). The pond fed with the commercially available probiotics (Products A & B) showed comparatively higher (%) of survival, Average Body Weight (ABW) and fairly good FCR.


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  Paper Title: ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF PREDOMINANT BACTERIA TO EVALUATE THE BIOREMEDIATION IN SUGAR MILL EFFLUENT

  Author Name(s): Buvaneswari S, M. Muthukumaran, S. Damodarkumar, S. Murugesan

  Published Paper ID: - IJCSP10A1333

  Register Paper ID - 211354

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  Title: ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF PREDOMINANT BACTERIA TO EVALUATE THE BIOREMEDIATION IN SUGAR MILL EFFLUENT

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 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: N

 Pubished in Volume: 3

 Issue: 4

 Pages: 123-132

 Year: December 2013

 Downloads: 23

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Bioremediation of sugar-mill industrial effluents by microorganism (Bacteria, Fungi or Yeast) serves as an effective method to substitute the conventional recovery and removal process. Sugar industries play a major role in economic development of our country but are associated with water pollution and severe health problems as their effluents are characterized by its high level of BOD, COD, pH, TDS, EC and other parameters. In the present study attempt has been made to isolate the native bacteria present in the sugar mill effluent collected from the Cheyyar Co-operative Sugar Mills Ltd., Thiruvannamalai District (Tamil Nadu) and were tested for their individual bioremedial efficiency. Five native bacterial isolates identified as Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus cereus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterobacter aeruginosa, Escherichia coli were capable of bringing about the bioremediation of Sugar-mill effluent. It has been identified in terms of measuring their percentage of reduction potentials of parameters such as pH, EC, TDS, OD, BOD and COD. Maximum degrading potential has been observed in the case of bacteria Staphylococcus aureus i.e. pH (-56.10%), EC (22.30%), TDS (22.32%), BOD (22.88%) and COD (16.21%) amongst all. This result suggests that this can be recommended for treating various effluents.


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