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The effect of Thrombolytic agents on Cardiac Enzymes, Creatinin Kinase and Creatinin MB, in Myocardial Infarction

Date: 18-10-2008 11:41

B.Pushpa Latha, M.S.N, “The effect of thrombolytic drugs on cardiac enzymes, Creatine Phospho kinase and Creatine Kinase -MB, in myocardial Infarction”, 2007

The purposes of the study were, to evaluate the effect of thrombolytic drugs on cardiac enzymes, to compare the effect of thrombolytic drugs and non thrombolytic drugs on cardiac enzymes, to determi ... read full abstract ››

Management of Aphids in Collards: Effect of Companion Crops and Nitrogen Application

Date: 06-10-2008 22:41

Collard (Brassica oleracea var. acephala D.C) is an important vegetable crop serving as a source of income to many small scale farmers in Kenya and also is a major dietary component for many Kenyans. The production of collards is however constrained by poor soil conditions and several pests, with cabbage aphids (Brevicoryne brassica L.) being one of the major pests. Control of ... read full abstract ››

Assessment of genetic diversity among irrigated and saline alkaline ecotypes of rice (Oryza sativa L.) using microsatellite markers

Date: 11-07-2008 10:56

Genetic diversity of eleven rice cultivars (Oryza sativa L.) of irrigated and saline alkaline ecosystems was investigated using microsatellite markers. Forty-eight microsatellite markers were employed, generating 104 alleles of which 93 (89.4%) were polymorphic UPGMA cluster analysis classified these ecotypes into two main clusters, all irrigated rice ecotypes were grouped in ... read full abstract ››

Femtosecond Transient Absorption of Donor-Acceptor Systems

Date: 27-06-2007 17:06

The results presented in this thesis concern the photophysical properties of several perylenemonoimide functionalized penthaphenylene systems in solution. The experimental investigation of the excited state dynamics performed by means of the ultrafast laser spectroscopy revealed the occurrence of electron and energy transfer. These processes lead to the formation of excited st ... read full abstract ››

Microsamplinh and On-Line Separation Techniques for Mass Spectrometry: Analysis of Single Fungal Cells

Date: 07-05-2007 13:00

A macroscopic view of an organism does not reflect the extraordinary diversity of chemical and biochemical reactions occurring at the microscopic level. The biochemical analysis of a compound in a biological sample commonly involves extracting and purifying the compound from a heterogeneous mixture of cells, and provides only integrated measurements of concentrations or activi ... read full abstract ››

Herbicide Tolerance in Selected Local Rice Cultivars

Date: 05-05-2007 00:52

This study was carried out to evaluate tolerance in selected local rice cultivars (Oryza sativa L.) to different concentrations of the herbicide metolachlor. The study was conducted in a netted greenhouse at University Putra Malaysia Bintulu Campus, Sarawak using 44 x 32 x 12 cm high trays filled with a sandy clay loam soil. A total of 13 rice cultivars were screened for toler ... read full abstract ››

Just Another Bump in the Road? An Analysis of the Impact of the New York City Department of Transportation’s Speed Reducer Program on Accident Frequency

Date: 25-03-2007 21:02

Between 1993 and 2001, New York City experienced a significant decrease in both motor vehicle accidents and traffic related fatalities. During this period, the total number of traffic accidents occurring within the City decreased by 16.6 percent, pedestrian fatalities decreased by 31.3 percent, and bicycle fatalities were reduced by 41.2 percent. This reduction is rather remar ... read full abstract ››

Myosin VI and myosin Ie in postsynaptic function

Date: 14-02-2007 20:23

At postsynaptic density (PSD), fast excitatory transmission occurs through α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazole propionic acid type glutamate receptors (AMPARs) and N-methyl-D-aspartate type glutamate receptors (NMDARs). The endocytosis of these receptors is required for normal synaptic activity, and has been linked to synaptic plasticity. Recently, filamentous (F)-act ... read full abstract ››

Inter- and Intra-Speaker Variation in Liverpool English: A Sociophonetic Study

Date: 01-02-2007 20:00

This thesis presents experiments and interviews which investigate pronunciation variation in the Liverpool accents of young speakers. Experiment One investigates inter-speaker variation, Experiment Two investigates intra-speaker variation, and Experiment Three investigates both inter- and intra-speaker variation. These three experiments are conducted from a sociophonetic persp ... read full abstract ››

Dinâmica das comunidades de fitoplâncton e zooplâncton na plataforma continental Norte de Portugal

Date: 18-01-2007 14:18

In order to study simultaneously the communities of phytoplankton and zooplankton on the NW coast of Portugal, four cruises were carried out in 2002 and 2003, sampling the water column in a cross-shelf transect. Temporal variability of phytoplankton presented a seasonal pattern characteristic of temperate regions - minimum in winter and maximum concentrations in spring and lat ... read full abstract ››

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