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18.	A. M. Abdelhamid, W. A. Khalil, A. A. M. Abdel Hamid, Rehab F. S. A. Ismail and 
Manar A. Almnsy

18. A. M. Abdelhamid, W. A. Khalil, A. A. M. Abdel Hamid, Rehab F. S. A. Ismail and Manar A. Almnsy

The histological examination of the testis of control rabbits revealed normal histological features but the spermatogenic layer within each seminiferous tubule was incomplete and basement membrane was thicker as well as no leydig cells were seen within the interstitial spaces, indicating undeveloped testes of the control group (Fig. 7). Results of blood serum testosterone indicated these findings, were as level of testosterone was less than 1 ng/ml in the control group (Table 2). Rabbits fed diets plus dioxane showed increasing connective tissue within the interstitial spaces between the seminiferous tubules (stroma). Also diameter of the seminiferous tubule was lower as compared to control group (Fig. 8). Addition of vitamin C reduced some negative effects of dioxane on the diameters of seminiferous tubule and Stroma (Fig. 9). According to this examination, also testosterone level did not exceed above that observed in the control.
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The present outbreak seems to be a re–emergence of the NiV in India. NiV infection was not reported since 2007 until the current outbreak which started in the month of May 2018. The epicenter of the third outbreak in India is Southern state of Kerala, Kozhikode district. 16 deaths are reported out of the 18 confirmed cases and 17 more suspected cases on treatment as on 2 nd June 2018, which includes a nurse named Lini who was attending the infected patients had succumbed to death. 11 The case fatality rate reaching up to 45.7% (Figure 1). In Karnataka, the neighboring state of Kerala, 2 suspected cases of NiV were reported. Both of them gave the history of visiting to the affected area. 12 The first few cases were reported in a family from Kozhikode district which included 2 brothers in their late 20s and father 51 years and their aunt who was 50 years old. 13 The source was found to be a Well which was housed with several bats from where the family was drawing water. Many dead bats and bred rabbits were found near the well recently. 14
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1.	R. U. Ukpanukpong, S. O. Bassey, S. M. Ogunbode, D. I. Basiru,A. Omang and M. U. Eteng

1. R. U. Ukpanukpong, S. O. Bassey, S. M. Ogunbode, D. I. Basiru,A. Omang and M. U. Eteng

quantities of carbohydrate, protein and fats with relatively high proportions of lysine and methionine as percentage of the protein. Despite the protein quality in leguminous seeds, it does not however reach the same level as in animal products. This is due to unbalanced amino acids, presence of antinutritional factors and low digestibility of protein. Processing methods, such as soaking, cooking or fermentation can improve the quality of legume protein (Adebowale and Maliki, 2010). During fermentation, microflora may produce proteolytic enzymes which may be responsible for the increase in protein digestibility (Haseltine, 1983). Also, the elimination of phytic acid contributes to the improvement in protein digestibility of fermented products (Kheterpaul and Chauhan, 1991). The high carbohydrate (65%) and relatively high protein 18% content of bambara groundnut make it a complete food (Doku, 1995). Bambara groundnut is probably the most drought resistant leguminous crop and may be found growing successfully where annual rainfall is below 500 mm and optimum between 900–1000 mm per year (Ocran et al., 1998).
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4.	M. Abdelhamid, S. E. A. Ebraheam, Rehab F. S. A. Ismael and M. S. M. M. El-Meligy

4. M. Abdelhamid, S. E. A. Ebraheam, Rehab F. S. A. Ismael and M. S. M. M. El-Meligy

Average weekly live body weight (LBW) of female buffalo during 1 to 8 weeks of the study as affected by PG and CP treatment groups is presented in Table 18. Analysis of variance of LBW revealed significant (P<0.05) effect PG and CP on LBW of female buffalo at pre-and post-partum from 1 and 8weeks of age. LBW was significantly differed between experimental groups. Between 1 and 8 weeks of age, average weeks of age average weekly of female buffalo showed pronounced increased in LBW for all groups. Female buffalo fed 300ml PG and 300g CP dissolved in saline solution (0.9 NaCl) the highest value as in CP treatment than those in PG and control groups. Similar results were obtained by Cozzi et al., (1996). The diets were fed to brown Italian cow’s rumen and was 0, 200 or 400g of day 1PG added with corn silage to CP (14.7%, 14.1% NDF DM). They found that using propylene glycol administration improved the body weight. Also, when feeding the PG originally drenched, the BCS and LBW was higher than the control group (MaciejAdamski et al., 2011 and Abdel-Latif et al., 2016).
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Air–sea gas exchange at wind speeds up to 85 m s−1

Air–sea gas exchange at wind speeds up to 85 m s−1

dent. Air entrainment from breaking waves is a good exam- ple of this. Su and Cartmill (1995) measured bubble distri- butions and void fractions in a 90 m long, 3.36 m deep and 3.66 m wide wave channel with large mechanically gener- ated breaking waves using fresh water and artificial seawater. They found an about 10-fold larger bubble surface area in sea water than in fresh water but no significant change in the void fraction, which agrees well with our findings in much shal- lower facilities. In a small-scale tipping-bucket experiment, Carey et al. (1993) compared air entrainment in seawater and fresh water and found, as we did in our experiments, that the volume flux of air entrainment is about the same for both water types.
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Modeling the Interaction between a Thermal Flow and a Liquid: Review and Future Eulerian Lagrangian Approaches

Modeling the Interaction between a Thermal Flow and a Liquid: Review and Future Eulerian Lagrangian Approaches

− Experiments and macroscopic behaviour laws that provide a global descrip- tion of specific parameters of the process. For example, the flow and thermal transfer characteristics have been widely measured for both HVOF and plasma gun configurations. Thanks to these experiments, the chemical com- position of the gas as well as the temperatures or velocities of the related flow have been obtained by numerous authors [5] [11] [12]. In particular, the un- steady character of the plasma flow has been described by [13] [14] [15] [16]. Recently, high speed imaging, shadowgraph, Spray Watch and emission spectroscopy techniques provide a local description of liquid/plasma interac- tion [17] [18] leading to a better understanding of the coupling between the inlet flow and the liquid injection regimes. The droplet breakup regimes are governing by Weber, Ohnesorge and liquid Reynolds numbers. Classically, the Weber number (We) is defined as the ratio of the disrupting aerodynam- ic forces to the restorative surface tension force. The Ohnesorge number represents the ratio of drop viscous forces to surface tension forces. When the Ohnesorge number is inferior to 0.1, the transitions between different breakup modes depend only on the Weber number. The description of the different break-up modes according to the Weber number is reported in Ta- ble 1 [19].
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High Level Language for Microprogramming on the Eclipse S/130

High Level Language for Microprogramming on the Eclipse S/130

For a given microarchitecture M , S* is instantiated with 1 respect to M subject to the hardware constraints of the machine 1 to produce a machine-dependent but fully defined language, S[r]

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Increasing the accuracy of initial feasibility studies - utilising numerical models to estimate the LCoE of floating tidal energy platforms

Increasing the accuracy of initial feasibility studies - utilising numerical models to estimate the LCoE of floating tidal energy platforms

Tidal deployment sites are often selected based purely on their potential for power output [1], [2], with the idea being that a large financial return will offset the relatively high Operations and Maintenance (O&M) lifetime costs. However, the impact of MetOcean site characteristics on these lifetime costs is rarely considered. This generates falsely favourable Levelized Cost of Energy (LCoE) values for high resource sites during initial feasibility studies.

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Smart Drainage Monitoring and Clog Removal Using IOT M. Joseph Marcian 1, S. Sabarishwaran1 , D. Sudhagaran 1, Dr. S. Sathiyapriya2

Smart Drainage Monitoring and Clog Removal Using IOT M. Joseph Marcian 1, S. Sabarishwaran1 , D. Sudhagaran 1, Dr. S. Sathiyapriya2

Our project proposes a novel system which automatically detect the sewage clogs using water level sensors and IOT module in order to avoid unclean environment [r]

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1 Ra n d o mA s s i g n m e n t

1 Ra n d o mA s s i g n m e n t

1. Compute the result of the probabilistic serial mechanism (the eating algo- rithm) if 1 reports true preferences. Then prove that the result is ordinally efficient (don’t just say “because it is the result of the PS mechanism.” In- stead, show that the particular result you obtain is ordinally efficient, by explaining why the definition of ordinal efficiency is satisfied in this particular instance).

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Positioning the Drone:  Policing the “Risky” Skies

Positioning the Drone: Policing the “Risky” Skies

The use of an RPA/S (Remotely Piloted Aircraft or Remotely Piloted Aircraft System), however, tends to imply an earlier level of technology, which clearly cites a pilot as having control, and, in this respect, it is assumed that the pilot remains a human. The earliest recorded use of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is said to have occurred in 1849 – when it is reported that unmanned balloons, not under a person’s control, were used in warfare against the enemy. Two hundred balloons were said to have been launched by Austria to attack Venice. These balloons were al- leged to have carried 33 pounds of explosives having half-hour time fuses. This idea is attributed to an Austrian artillery lieuten- ant named Franz von Uchatius. 23 The later 1899 Hague Conven-
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Stomatal control of leaf fluxes of carbonyl sulfide and CO2 in a Typha freshwater marsh

Stomatal control of leaf fluxes of carbonyl sulfide and CO2 in a Typha freshwater marsh

flow-through (dynamic) chamber (Fig. 1a). The cylindrical chamber (18 cm diameter, 38 cm height, 10.3 L volume) con- sisted of PFA Teflon film stretched between two aluminum rings connected by rods. The PFA film was laid inside the structure such that only the film was in contact with the sam- pled air. The chamber enclosed the upper sections of six tall T. latifolia leaves of the same plant with an average width of 1.5 cm. The leaves extended above and below the chamber. The total leaf area in the chamber was estimated as 409.5 cm 2 by approximating the area of each leaf with a one-sided rect- angle (length intersected by the chamber × width). Skirts of Teflon film were wrapped around the leaves to provide a seal at both ends of the chamber. Due to limitations on the sam- pling time of the COS analyzer, we did not install a replicate leaf chamber, but instead chose a high sampling frequency for the single leaf chamber.
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9.	S. Shahiladevi and M. Jegadeesan

9. S. Shahiladevi and M. Jegadeesan

Isolation of flavonoid from ethanol extract of any plant sample (powder) was carried out on the basis of solubility. For isolation, distilled water (100ml) was added to the concentrate of ethanol extract (50ml). After 1 hr precipitation was observed. This precipitate was recovered by filtration. Further, the precipitate was dissolved in chloroform (100ml) by shaking for 15 minutes and heated gently for 5 minutes and filtered in hot state. The chloroform soluble fraction was discarded and insoluble fraction, left on filter paper was dissolved in ethyl acetate, crystallized with methanol, thereafter
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Simulating Underwater Electric Field Signal of Ship Using the Boundary Element Method

Simulating Underwater Electric Field Signal of Ship Using the Boundary Element Method

Consider that the depth of seawater is 50 m and that the source dipole is located at a depth of 25 m. The seawater conductivity is 2.5 S/m, 4 S/m and 5.2 S/m, respectively, and the seabed conductivity is 0.4 S/m. Fig. 9 shows a comparison of simulation results of the BEM model and the electric dipole model; moreover, Figs. 9(a), (b), (c) and (d) represent the maximum absolute values of x -component, y -component, z -component and modulus, respectively. In the simulation results of the two models, the electric field values of x -component, y -component and modulus are relatively close, and the error is basically about 10%, which is within the acceptable error range. However, the error of z -component is obvious, and the errors of two methods reach 37.90%, 59.20% and 24.89% when the conductivities are 2.5 S/m, 4 S/m and 5.2 S/m, respectively. The reason for the obvious error of the two models on z -component may be that the entire infinite space region was set to sea area without considering the influence of seabed on electric field in BEM model, while the three layers medium of air, seawater and seabed was considered in electric dipole model. Since seabed conductivity is much smaller than seawater conductivity, the presence of seabed weakens the z -component [10, 21]. Therefore, the z - component obtained by BEM model is larger than the z -component of electric dipole model, which is consistent with the simulation results.
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The Supreme Court's Bipolar Approach to the Interpretation of 18 U S C  1503 and 18 U S C  2232(c)

The Supreme Court's Bipolar Approach to the Interpretation of 18 U S C 1503 and 18 U S C 2232(c)

The Supreme Court correctly concluded that 1 under the Omnibus Clause of § 1503, making false statements to an investigating agent who may testify before a grand jury does not violate th[r]

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18 U S C  924(c)(1)  The Court's Construction of Use and Second or Subsequent Conviction

18 U S C 924(c)(1) The Court's Construction of Use and Second or Subsequent Conviction

The Court next rejected four arguments made by either Smith or the dissent in support of a narrower construction of "use." First, the Court rejected the dissent's "ordinary person" argum[r]

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A.Sethuramani, M. Jegadeesan, S. Kavimani

A.Sethuramani, M. Jegadeesan, S. Kavimani

The present study revealed that the ethanolic and aqueous extracts of Oldenlandia umbellata and Oldenlandia corymbosa have significant invivo anti-oxidant activity and c[r]

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Chap 18 DC circuit 12 S

Chap 18 DC circuit 12 S

state that the potential difference across the separate branches of a parallel circuit is the same and apply the principle to new situations or to solve related problems f.. recall and[r]

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Voyages of H M S  Beagle

Voyages of H M S Beagle

Voyages of H M S Beagle SMU Law Review Volume 48 | Issue 3 Article 4 1995 Voyages of H M S Beagle Follow this and additional works at https //scholar smu edu/smulr This Book Review is brought to you f[.]

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S M A R T Generator

S M A R T Generator

Need This device uses renewable resource as its major power source, in other words a form of pollution noise is converted into electrical signals which can be used to generate power.. He[r]

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