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FRESH WATER FUNGI FROM NAGPUR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA, INDIA

R.T.Jadhav1, K.N.Borse2 1 S.S.V.P.S’s Arts, Commerce and Science College Shindkheda Dist. Dhule, M.S, INDIA 2P.G.Dept. of Botany S.S.V.P.S’s L.K. Dr. P.R. Ghogrey Science College, Dist. Dhule, M.S, INDIA

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Present study deals with the fresh water fungi from Nagpur district of Maharashtra. Six species were found to occur in foam and submerged wood sample collected from various water bodies of Nagpur district. These six species are namely Tetraploa aristata, Torula herbarum, Diplocladiella scleroides, Beltrania rhombica, Helicomyces lilliputeus and Ellisembia adscendens. All these fungi are reported for the first time from Nagpur district. All the fungi observed are described and illustrated in this paper.

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ENERGY INTAKE, ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE AMONG OVERWEIGHT WOMEN (21 TO 25YEARS) IN HYDERABAD CITY

SARADA.D1 AND SUMAYYA SADAF2 1,2Department of HomeScience, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati-2(AP)

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The study on energy intake, energy requirement and energy expenditure of overweight women was conducted on 90 women aged between 21 to 25 years in Hyderabad city. It is an interventional study conducted in two stages. In stage one the dietary energy intake, the energy requirement and energy expenditure of each subject was assessed and compared to the standards. In stage two the sample were educated on overweight and the dietary nutrient intake and lifestyle. The knowledge of the sample before and after the educational intervention was assessed to study the impact of educational intervention. The food habits of the women were poor, as per their BMI they were overweight and obese and a notable percent of them consumed junk foods and meals less frequently. The physical activity levels of majority of women showed sedentary life styles, the energy intakes of majority of them were below normal though a good percentage of them showed above normal fat intake. The dietary nutrient intake for majority of them was inadequate.

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QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE ADHERENCE TO HAART IN THAR (RAJASTHAN) –A SIX MONTHS FOLLOW-UP STUDY.

Vinita Ghosliya, Kiran V. Barar, Ranachharam. 1: Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Dr. Sampurnanand Medical College, Jodhpur, India. 2: Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacology, Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner, India 3: Private Practitioner, M.D. Peadiatrics from Department of Peadiatrics, Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner, India

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Adherence to HAART is an important issue regarding the treatment outcome. In India, after initiation of free ART supply by NACO, adherence studies must be needed from various corners of the country.

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