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Tamizhazhagan .V
Syed Ammal Arts and Science College Ramanathapuram · Zoology

Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Zoology Syed Ammal Arts and Science College Ramanathapuram, India.

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I am Dr. V.Tamizhazhagan Editor in Chief at International Journal of Zoology and Applied Biosciences http://www.youtube.com/c/Studymaterialstamizhazhagan
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July 2017 - July 2018
IJZAB
Position
  • Editor
Education
December 2018 - December 2018
Annamalai University
Field of study
  • Zoology

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International Journal of Zoology and Applied Biosciences (IJZAB) is a scholarly, Peer-reviewed and open access e-journal (ISSN: 2455-9571). IJZAB aims to publish original, quality research and review articles in the latest fields of Zoology, and Applied Biosciences. The journal is published bi-monthly by Rishan Publications.
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This is an Open Access Journal / article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. All rights reserved. The present study was undertaken to determine the Antibiogram of Pseudomon...
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This study evaluates the influence of mixed algal extract ( Chlorella vulgaris , Euglena viridis and Spirulina platensis ) on common carp Cyprinus Carpio , which infected infect with bacterial pathogen Aeromonas hydrophila . C. carpio was administered intraperitoneally with various doses such as methanol extract (0, 0,1, 1, 10 and 100 mg/kg). The i...
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This is an Open Access Journal / article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. All rights reserved. The extreme urbanization and rapid industrial development during the last...
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Pharmaceutical pollution is an emerging concern in the world. Major manufacturing units of pharmaceutical companies are successfully running in the developed countries like the USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, Ireland, and Japan and the developing countries like China, India, Brazil, Argentina, and Thailand. Pharmaceutical compounds are enterin...
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Environment: the complex of physical, chemical, and biotic factors (such as climate, soil, and living things) that act upon an organism or an ecological community and ultimately determine its form and survival'' (Merriam-Webster Dictionary). "Sanitation generally refers to the provision of facilities and services for the safe disposal of human urin...
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As a result of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). In late February 2020, the Nigerian government took various measures to combat the plague. In Nigeria the lockdown was started in Lagos, Ogun State and Abuja the capital territory (1, 2). Some other states across the country have adopted various restrictive measures. Howe...
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A hallmark of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is its ability to establish biofilm based infections that are difficult to eradicate. Biofilms are less susceptible to host inflammatory and immune response and have higher antibiotic tolerance that frees living planktonic cells. The aim of the study is to investigate biofilm forming capacity and the antibiotic...
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A hallmark of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is its ability to establish biofilm based infections that are difficult to eradicate. Biofilms are less susceptible to host inflammatory and immune response and have higher antibiotic tolerance that frees living planktonic cells. The aim of the study is to investigate biofilm forming capacity and the antibiotic...
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As a result of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). In late February 2020, the Nigerian government took various measures to combat the plague. In Nigeria the lockdown was started in Lagos, Ogun State and Abuja the capital territory (1, 2). Some other states across the country have adopted various restrictive measures. Howe...
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Purpose: The study was aimed at ascertaining death recordedduring COVID19 lock down, from March to June 2020, lock down which was, imposed with the view to contain the spread of COVID19 in the in northern Nigeria, this resultedto increase in banditry and boko haram attack on civilian Methodology: the research employed both qualitative and quantitat...
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Environment: the complex of physical, chemical, and biotic factors (such as climate, soil, and living things) that act upon an organism or an ecological community and ultimately determine its form and survival’’ (Merriam-Webster Dictionary). "Sanitation generally refers to the provision of facilities and services for the safe disposal of human urin...
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Methodology: the research employed both qualitative and quantitative method and the research work on primary and secondary data. Result: the research result reveal the death recorded from banditry boko haram attack as a result of insecurity during the period of lockdown was slightly below death recorded as a result COVID 19 pandemic Conclusion: Nig...
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The current study evaluated the effects of a methanol extract from Chaetomorpha aerea (a green alga) on non-specific immune responses and resistance against Edwardsiella tarda infection in Labeo rohita. Different doses of the extract (5, 50 and 500 mg/kg of body weight) were injected into the fish intraperitoneally while a control group was injecte...
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The present study was carryout to the determine of heavy metals (Cd), Chromium (Cr), Cupper(Cu), Iron (Fe), Magnesium(Mg), Manganese (Mn), Nickel(Ni), lead (Pb), and Zinc(Zn) concentration in water and plant. As essentially an ephemeral water body, each study area constitutes an important ecological system that supports considerable flora and fauna...
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The current investigation was taken to screen the phytoconstituents present in fruit endocarp various extracts of Nephelium lappaceum commonly called as Rambutan fruit and its anticancer property against human hepatocellular carcinoma (HepG-2) cells. Different analytical techniques including qualitative phytochemical analysis, cell viability assay...
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The current study focused on assessing the outcome of methanol extract of Chaetomorpha antennina (MECA) on the growth performance and immune modulation in both specific and non-specific immune responses through the assessment of neutrophil, serum lysozyme, serum myeloperoxidase, antiprotease, ceruloplasmin, reactive oxygen species (ROS), and reacti...
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The work was aimed at identifying the incidence of fetal wastage in ruminants slaughtered at Bauchi state Abattoir. Five hundred and sixteen ruminants were slaughtered and one hundred and twenty-nine fetuses were recovered. The study was carried out in eight weeks, with the sexes of the fetuses determined by visual observation, after evisceration....
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Mosquito transmits serious human diseases such as malaria, yellow fever elephantiasis, etc., which have been the cause of millions of deaths annually. The use of synthetic insecticides to control vector mosquitoes has developed physiological resistance in the mosquitoes and adverse environmental effect in addition to high operational cost. Insectic...
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Objectives: Heat Shock protein or Heat stress protein (Hsp) are produced by all organisms to overcome heat stress.Henceforth, they are critical controllers of cell multiplication, separation and unequivocally embroiled in the sub-atomic coordination of malignant growth improvement and movement the same number of their customers is settled oncoprote...
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Corona viruses are zoonotic pathogens that are present in humans and various animals with a wide range of clinical features from asymptomatic course to requirement of hospitalization in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) causing many infections in respiratory, gastrointestinal, hepatic and neurologic systems. The global outbreak of corona virus disease...
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Objective: The emperor dragonfly or blue emperor (Anax imperator) is a large species of hawker dragonfly of the family Aeshnidae, averaging 78 millimeters (3.1 in) in length. This dragonfly has a wide distribution; it is found throughout Africa and through most of Europe, the Arabian Peninsula, and southwestern and central Asia. Since 2000, its ran...
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In the present study, Citrus limetta major phyto-compound (MPC) was identified from leaf methanolic extract (LME) through different spectral analysis such as GCÀMS, Mass spectrum and FT-IR. The MPC of Corynan-17-0l,18,19-didehydro-10-methoxy-,acelate (ester) isolated from LME was tested with various concentrations (10À90 mg/mL) against 3rd instars...
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Background & objective: Mosquito vectors are living organisms that can transmit infectious diseases between human from animals to humans. It is bloodsucking insect that ingest disease-producing microorganisms during a blood meal from an infected host. The present investigation discovered that the larvicidal activity of ethanol extract of P. granatu...
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Background:Flowers have various pigments which are responsible for their bright colors. Methods: In the present study, various flowers such as Hibiscus, Como mile, Arabian jasmine, Rose, and Marigold flowers used to prepare aqueous extracts. In the yeast culture medium,10% extracts are individually added and yeast culture also inoculated at 37oC.Af...
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Background:Oil is an important fat source of all organisms. Yeast is a unicellular fungus, very much useful in various industries, especially used in food industry. Methods: In this work, various vegetable oils such as coconut oil, gingili oil, neem oil, Castrol oil and sunflower oil were used to test their influence on biomass production of yeast....
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Mosquito vectors are living organisms that can transmit infectious diseases between human from animals to humans. It is bloodsucking insect that ingest disease-producing microorganisms during a blood meal from an infected host. This review aims to explain some medicinal plants that exhibit mosquitocidal agents on genus Anopheles mosquito species. C...
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Mosquito vectors are living organisms that can transmit infectious diseases between human from animals to humans. It is bloodsucking insect that ingest disease-producing microorganisms during a blood meal from an infected host. This review aims to explain some medicinal plants that exhibit mosquitocidal agents on genus Anopheles mosquito species. C...
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n toxic effects of Monocrotophos36%EC, at different time intervals (24, 48, 72 & 96 hours) in thehaematological indices like Haemoglobin content (Hb), Total Red Blood Corpuscle Count (RBC), Total White Blood Corpuscle (WBC) count and Mean Corpuscle Hemoglobin (MHC) content in the blood of fish Labeorohita, was exposed to sub lethal concentration (0...
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The effects of Copper oxychloride (Fungicide) on haematological, immunological, serum biochemical parameters were investigated in Oreochromis mossambicus. The 96-h LC 50 value of copper oxychloride was found to be 30.53 mg l-1. Examination of haematological, immunological parameters and biochemical parameters (was performed on O. mossabicus after 9...
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Objectives: Cervical cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer diagnosed and causes death among women worldwide. Drug discovery from the medicinal plants has played an important role in the treatment of most human ailments and indeed. Delonix elata belongs to the family of caesalpinoideae, having promising medicinal property. Methods: we inv...
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Objectives: This present study aimed to determine the effect of the drug (herbal and allopathic) on the FCRL3. FCRL3 protein sequence was collected from Uni-prot, protein sequence database and submitted to the SIB-BLAST. Methods: The multiple sequence alignment was performed by comparing FCRL3. The protein sequence of Human was compared with domest...
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Indian major carp Catla catla is used for the various toxicology experiments in life science and medicine field to be consumed major food sources and highly rich proteins present in the Indian major carp. Many toxicology approaches made in lower animals used to toxicants like herbicide, pesticide, insecticide heavy metals etc., widespread informati...
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Indian major carp Catla catla is used for the various toxicology experiments in life science and medicine field to be consumed major food sources and highly rich proteins present in the Indian major carp. Many toxicology approaches made in lower animals used to toxicants like herbicide, pesticide, insecticide heavy metals etc., widespread informati...
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The chitosan got from the chitin is the second most bottomless polysaccharide delivered after cellulose. It is the fundamental auxiliary segment of the exoskeletons of creatures like shellfish and is found in the cell dividers of growths moreover. Chitosan is delivered primarily from the crab shell squander. The present work is gone for the extract...
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The effect of cypermethrin insecticide in an aquarium fish Poecilia latipinna commonly known as black molly was studied. The samples of 150 fishes were collected from Kolathur of Chennai. Behavioral responses were observed in the control group of fishes which exhibits normal swimming activity and normal opercula movements. Fishes exposed to 0.2, 0....
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Natural products have been provided as a rich source of a lead compound for drug development against an extensive array of biological targets including an assortment of forms of cancer. Induction of apoptosis as an involuntary cell passing amalgamation for wiping out superfluous cells in tissues is a part of the effectual strategies to the kill of...
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Aquatic ecosystem is the most diverse ecosystem in the world. The first life originated in the water and first organisms was also aquatic where water was the principal external as well as internal medium for organisms. Water is one of the most common and the large precious resources on world. Ground water resources have been contaminated by organic...
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Earthworm's role as farmer's friend is well known since time immemorial. In contemporary time, commercial vermin culturists have started promoting a product, called vermiwash. Vermiwash contains enzymes, macro and micronutrients that could promote growth and yield of crops. It can be formed in different ways. In the present study, vermiwash was gen...
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Three purified proteins G-I, G-II and G-III were obtained from Bacillus sp using the techniques of DEAE Sepharose Fast Flow Chromatography, filtration chromatography. anion exchange chromatography, molecular determination by SDS page gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE). The purity of G-I, G-II and G-III was measured by DEAE Sepharose Fast Flow Chromatog...
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Environmental pollution occurs when the environmental degradation crosses limit so that. It becomes lethal to living organisms. Pollution of water bodies forces them to acclimatize to various factors thus imposing a considerable amount of stress on their lives. Phosphatase is known to be sensitive to metal exposures and can be used to predict metal...
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The present study was carried out to analyze the phytochemical profile of leaves of Pisonia alba. The leaves powder was successively extracted with polar, non polar and dipolar solvents like, chloroform, ethanol, ethyl acetate, acetone, benzene phytochemical analysis shows the presence of flavonoids, tannin triterpenoids, saponins, sterols, alkaloi...
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The present study focuses upon the problems women face in one particular profession of all professions, namely, teaching. As said earlier, teaching is the most favorites of all professions women generally show interest in. It is because, as seen before, women are born teachers as the genetic evidences support. It comes naturally to them. They are n...
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Antidermatophytic activity Aristolochia bracteolata plant extracts using and isolated bioactive compound from plant extract. The using two different solvents plant extract of Aristolochia bracteolata leaf completely prevented growth of tested dermatophyte species with agar well diffusion method. The preliminary phytochemical screening indicated the...
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Antidermatophytic activity Aristolochia bracteolata plant extracts using and isolated bioactive compound from plant extract. The using two different solvents plant extract of Aristolochia bracteolata leaf completely prevented growth of tested dermatophyte species with agar well diffusion method. The preliminary phytochemical screening indicated the...
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This study was undertaken to find out the Catla catlafresh water fish biochemical changes in the fish muscles, liver, and kidney. Toxicity were calculated probit analysis, The total carbohydrate contented was estimated by the technique of Roe , Protein was estimated by Lowry method and total lipids were estimated by the method of floch methods. The...
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This study was undertaken to find out the Labeo rohita fresh water fish enzyme changes in the fish muscles and liver. Toxicity was calculated probit analysis. The results Organophosphates are most preferred insecticides in agriculture due to their effectiveness, less persistent life and easy detoxification in animal tissues which directly inhibit A...
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Mosquitocidal activity of Pisonia alba leaf extracts was tested against Anopheles stephensi, Culex quinquefasciatus, Aedes aegypti. Totally Twenty five early fourth instars larvae of Anopheles stephensi, Culex quinquefasciatus and Aedes aegypti (A. stephensi, C. quinquefasciatus and A. aegypti) were exposed to various concentrations (50-250 ×106) a...
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Pisonia alba is used for the long period in various chronic diseases in traditional medicine use. To desire of this review is to search literature for the pharmacological properties toxicity studies, pharmacology studies and phytochemical exploration of anti-inflammation, antidiabetic studies, antioxidant, etc., and the amassed data may be helpful...
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Objective: Among the invention of novel anti-inflammatory agents from modern research and drug development, the natural sources exist as evergreen to produce potential secondary metabolites that possess multiple efficacy against inflammatory mediators with no adverse reactions. Methods: Accordingly, Cadaba indica lam (Capparidaceae) produced the po...
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To study report the different solvents of methanol, ethyl acetate, chloroform, and acetone for Pongamia pinnata and Ceiba pentandra were used the experimental analysis in pest control of most dangerous notorious lepidopteran pests of Helicoverpa armigera. Antifeedent activity of P. pinnata and C. pentandra against H. armigera to maintain the labora...
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Environmental pollution occurs when the environmental degradation crosses limit so that. It becomes lethal to living organisms. Pollution of water bodies forces them to acclimatize to various factors thus imposing a considerable amount of stress on their lives Superoxide dismutase (SOD), Assay of Catalase (CAT)Serum glutamate oxaloacetate transamin...
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This study deals with production and characterization of biosurfactant from marine actinomycetes which isolated from east coast region of Nagapattinam beach in Tamil Nadu. The production of the biosurfactant was found to be higher in medium containing sucrose and lower in the medium containing glycerol. Yeast extract was the best nitrogen source fo...
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Pesticides are stable compounds and they enter the aquatic ecosystem through the agriculture run off. The evaluation of nature and degree of harmful effects produced by the toxic substance in the aquatic organisms are evaluated by toxic tests. 96 hour LC 50 values have generally been found to be satisfactory for the measurement of acute toxicity. T...
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Haematological parameters have been recognized as valuable tools for monitoring fish health. Haematological and serum biochemical parameters were studied and compared different feeding behaviour of teleost fishes. Cirrhinus mrigala were carried out in order to find out a normal range of blood parameters which would serve as baseline data for assess...
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The methonolic extract of the leaves of Pisonia alba (PA) were subjected to phytochemical analysis by standard qualitative analysis and the invitro antioxidant activity was evaluated by determination of total antioxidant capacity, 1.1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activity, Antioxidant activity, Nitric oxide potential. The ana...
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Three purified proteins G-I, G-II and G-III were obtained from Bacillus sp using the techniques of DEAE Sepharose Fast Flow Chromatography, filtration chromatography. anion exchange chromatography, molecular determination by SDS page gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE). The purity of G-I, G-II and G-III was measured by DEAE Sepharose Fast Flow Chromatog...
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This study was carried out to explore the seasonal variations in physico-chemical and microbiological characteristics of soil samples collected from different types of agricultural fields in confluence point of Vellar and Manimuthar river basin in Peruvarappur village, Cuddalore district, Tamilnadu. The fields were selected based on the fertilizati...
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The pollution of environment due to use of pesticides has become an increasing problem over the last century with the development of industry, agriculture and increase in population. Heavy metals are extremely toxic and ubiquitous in natural environments and they occur in soil, surface water and plants, which readily mobilized by human activities s...
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Heavy metals are extremely toxic and ubiquitous in natural environments and they occur in soil, surface water and plants, which readily mobilized by human activities such as mining and dumping of industrial waste in natural habitats such as forests, rivers, lakes and ocean Haematological parameters have been recognized as valuable tools for monitor...
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Histology is the microscopic study of plant and animal tissues. Although all organisms are comprised of at least one cell, we will be focusing on observing cells and tissues of the human body. Histology is the study of tissue structure, extending from the level of the individual cell, through organs to organ systems. Histology is obviously related...
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The methonolic extract of the leaves of Pisonia alba (PA) were subjected to phytochemical analysis by standard qualitative analysis and the invitro antioxidant activity was evaluated by determination of total antioxidant capacity, 1.1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activity, Antioxidant activity, Nitric oxide potential. The ana...
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Bacterial pathogens have evolved numerous defense mechanisms against antimicrobial agents; hence resistance tool and newly produced drugs is on the rise. The phenomenon of antibiotic resistance exhibited by the pathogenic microorganisms has led to the need for screening of several medicinal plants for their potential antimicrobial activity. Thus th...
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Pesticides are stable compounds and they enter the aquatic ecosystem through the agriculture run off. The evaluation of nature and degree of harmful effects produced by toxic substance in the aquatic organisms are evaluated by toxic tests. The 96 hour LC50 values have generally been found to be satisfactory for the measurement of acute toxicity. Th...
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Methods: Microbes are soaring numbers of present in middle gut, and several nutrients are gift within the soil. Soil includes pH, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, manganese, iron, and copper. Earthworm gut from E. eugeniae compared with soil contains the highest bacterium and fungi. Results: E. eugeniae gut and soil present in the bacterial c...
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Aquatic ecosystem monitoring has been carried out in India based on either chemical or biological analysis. Diatoms constitute a fundamental link between primary (autotrophic) and secondary (heterotrophic) production and form a vital component of aquatic ecosystem. Particularly PH, Temperature, at the same time remaining parameters of salinity, O2...
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Water is one of the most common and the large precious resources on world. ground water resources have been contaminated by organic, inorganic and biological pollution. Therefore management of aquatic ecosystem in particular has become a main concern in present years. Surface water samples were collected from Vellaiyar estuary are during period of...
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Pesticides are stable compounds and they enter the aquatic ecosystem through the agriculture run off. The evaluation of nature and degree of harmful effects produced by toxic substance in the aquatic organisms are evaluated by toxic tests. The 96 hour LC50 values have generally been found to be satisfactory for the measurement of acute toxicity. Th...
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The present study was undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of extracts prepared from the peel of Amorphophallus campanulatus. The UV-Vis absorption spectrum of silver nanoparticles in peel extract of Amorphophallus campanulatus showed maximum absorbance at 420 nm. The XRD pattern showed different intensity peaks in the whole of 2ө values ranging fro...
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Objective: Pesticides are stable compounds and they enter the aquatic ecosystem through the agriculture run off. The evaluation of nature and degree of harmful effects produced by the toxic substance in the aquatic organisms are evaluated by toxic tests. The 96 hour LC50 values have generally been found to be satisfactory for the measurement of acu...
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The present study was undertaken to evaluate the hepatoprotective effects of P. alba against the toxicity effects of herbicide atrazine on biochemical enzymes activity in the Albino Wister rat Rattus norvegicus. In the present experimental study, Rattus norvegicus were administered to sub-lethal dose of atrazine (20 mg/l of atrazine) for 28 days. T...
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In the present study the following bacterial species were isolated and identified from Intensive Care Unit / Intensive Critical Care Unit of Thanjavur Medical College Hospital (TMCH), Thanjavur. Totally five species of bacteria were isolated and identified based on colony morphology, Gram staining and biochemical studies. The identified bacteria na...

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