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COMPARATIVE METHODS OF DETECTION OF HELICOBACTER PYLORI IN INDIVIDUALS SUFFERING FROM STOMACH ULCERS

Umeaku, Chinelo N. Department of microbiology,Chukwuemeka,Odumegwu Ojukwu University,ULI.Anambra State,Nigria. Alachi, Mathias Ogbole. Department of health services, Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, P.M.B 1033, Owerri. Imo state, Nigeria Usoh chinonso udochinyere, Department of health services, Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, P.M.B 1033, Owerri. Imo state, Nigeria.

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Helicobacter pylori are gram negative microaerophilic bacteria; it is present in appropriately half of the world population thus, one of the most frequent and persistent bacterial infection associated with stomach ulcer and gastric cancer. Various diagnostic method exist to detects infection and the choice of one method or and another depends on several factor such as accessibility, advantages and disadvantages of each method, cost and age of patients

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EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES ON MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOLISM

Mr. Pushpendra Kumar, Ph.D. Nursing Scholar, MVG University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Co-author: Dr. (Mr.) Dr. (Prof.) S.N. Nanjunde Gowda

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The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of teaching learning strategies on management of alcoholism.

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ASSESSMENT AND COMPARISON OF THE PAIN PERCEPTION IN CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT PLAY THERAPY DURING INTRAVENOUS INJECTION.

Mrs. Titi Xavier Ph.D. Nursing Scholar, MVG University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Co-author: Dr. (Mr.) Dr. (Prof.) S.N. NanjundeGowda

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Distraction is a well-established cognitive behavioral technique that has effectively reduce pain and distress in children undergoing invasive medical procedures.1Distraction is an effective strategy for decreasing procedural pain, fear, and distress by reducing the sensory and affective components of pain and the diversion capacity left to process that pain.2 In addition, distraction also may be a vehicle to modify how painful stimuli are processed

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Human Resource Development and Management for Total Quality Management

P.S. Sudha Rani (Management, Rayalaseema University, INDIA)

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In Total Quality organization, HRM units develop policies and procedures to ensure that employees can perform multiple roles improvise when necessary and direct themselves towards continuous improvement of both product quality and customer service.

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Estimation of Magnitude of Heterosis for Seed Yield and Yield Component Characters in Sesame (Sesamum Indicum L.)

Estimation of Magnitude of Heterosis for Seed Yield and Yield Component Characters in Sesame (Sesamum Indicum L.)

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In the present investigation, attempts have been made to evaluate six parents and thirty hybrids through diallel mating system to study the magnitude of heterosis for different characters. The experiment was conducted at Plant Breeding Farm, Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Faculty of Agriculture, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar during 2012-2013. Six sesame genotypes namely VRI 1, VRI 2, TMV 3, TMV 4, TMV 6 and CO 1 were selected for the study. The results revealed that the hybrid VRI 1 ´ TMV 6 possessed significant positive value for plant height at maturity and 1000 seed weight. Maximum significant positive standard heterosis was observed by the hybrids TMV 6 ´ CO 1 for number of branches per plant. The hybrid TMV 3 ´ VRI 1 had significant positive standard heterosis for seed yield per plant. Hence, from the foregoing discussion it may be concluded that TMV 6 ´ CO 1, VRI 1 ´ TMV 6 and TMV 3 ´ VRI 1 can be rated as best hybrids and the hybrids VRI 1 ´ CO 1 and VRI 2 ´ TMV 3 can be rated as better hybrids based on the magnitude of heterosis.  This indicates that the cross can be exploited commercially for higher yield potential.

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EFFECT OF SOIL AND FOLIAR APPLICATION OF LHA ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF RADISH IN THREE TYPES OF SOIL

R. Bhuvaneswari* K. Dhanasekaran** S. Suganthi ***

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Radish is a root vegetable that resembles beet root or turnip in appearance and textures but have a distinct flavour.  The specialty of the vegetable is that both root portion as well as the leaf portion can be used as vegetables.  In the present study, an attempt was made to improve the productivity of radish by integrating humic acid extracted from lignite along with organic manures and inorganic fertilizers.  The pot experiment was conducted to study the combined effect of soil and foliar application of humic acid on the growth and yield of Radish. Two best doses of LHA obtained in soil (30mg kgm-1) and foliar application (0.3%) were selected from the previous pot experiments and tried in combination.  Further, the effect of foliar application of micronutrients enriched LHA were also tested along with soil application of LHA. The experiment was conducted in completely randomized design (CRD) with fifteen treatments and each treatment was replicated six times The soil samples were collected from three different vegetable growing locations

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