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Cultivation of Highly Demanded Medicinal Plants: A Case Study in Uttarakhand, India. The research represents the cultivation status of medicinal and associated challenges in the state. This is an accepted preprint, the published content will be available soon.
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Dear Colleagues, The main prerequisite for successful aquaculture production is maintaining the optimal quality of the breeding environment, i.e., the water in which aquaculture production is carried out. The basic parameters of water quality in aquaculture are temperature, amount of dissolved oxygen and carbon dioxide, pH value, alkalinity, amount...
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This paper investigates Ahn Changho’s notion of ‘mutual love’, the central features of which present a picture of society in which the selfish desires of free-spirited individuals can be tamed and regulated through the self-cultivation of mutual love. More specifically, first, by analyzing Ahn Changho’s reconfiguration of the Confucian ideal of par...
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Hydroponic system applications can help alleviate problems caused by changes in agricultural land usage. Many hydroponic researches have been carried out growing different plants, however their applicability in Sindh Pakistan requires some amendment. The research was conducted at Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam to build and analyse a hydropon...
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Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L. Moench) is a widely cultivated vegetable crop all over the world. It is a rich source of protein. The genetic diversity of okra germplasm can play a significant role in developing its high yielding varieties. Selection of best parents for okra hybridization program and subsequent selection of transgressive segregants...
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Subsoiler performance can be influenced by crop residue in the soil through different types of vegetation cover. In any of these cover systems, the use of subsoilers for decompaction changes soil physical properties. The present study aimed to evaluate soil physical properties in different management systems using several subsoiling speeds and soil...
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The objective was to evaluate the effect of wood ash dose and application management on soil quality attributes in a Cerrado area cultivated with Urochloa brizantha. The experiment was carried out in a randomized block design in a 5 × 2 strip-plot scheme and four repetitions. The ash doses were 0, 8, 16, 24, and 32 t ha⁻¹, and the application manag...
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The paucity of information on the genomic diversity of drug-resistant bacteria in most food-producing animals, including poultry in Nigeria, has led to poor hazard characterization and the lack of critical control points to safeguard public health. Hence, this study used whole genome sequencing (WGS) to assess the presence and the diversity of anti...
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Forests cover 39% of low-altitude mountainous areas globally, and they are considered natural barriers against geophysical flows. Owing to the complexity of flows, the protective effects of forests can hardly be considered in hazard management. In this study, the interactions between granular geophysical flows and forests are explored using a MPM-D...
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The study aimed at exploring constraints faced by small-scale farmers in the production of major crops such as Sorghum and Maize; and find out their relationship with the selected characteristics of the farmers with the constraints they faced. The small-scale farmers of Baki, Dilla, Sabawanag, and Idhanks under the Borama and Baki districts were th...
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Soil is an important natural resource for the human being, through which the food crops needed by the human being are cultivated and the variation of soils varies from region to region, soils in Najaf are represented by soils of the sedimentary plain region and soils of the western plateau. The study specialized in studying the characteristics of d...
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The population in Yemen practices several activities, including agriculture, where the agricultural sector is the main source of livelihood for more than half of the population, and among the agricultural activities are the cultivation of the coffee crop and beekeeping, especially; Yemen has a diversity of vegetation cover 2,871 species of plants h...
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A number of people in India depend on common property resources for their means of subsistence such as forests, wastelands, grazing land, water resources, and so on. However, cultivating these common resources with community support in order to achieve sustainable development is not only an unavoidable task but also a challenging one for the people...
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The dispute of Mencius’ moral ideas in the English world mainly focuses on three aspects: do moral feelings and cognition come from the root of consanguineous affection or the “heart-mind” /xin/ of universal love? What causes moral motivations: feelings, or reasoning? What actions are moral? This dispute arises due to the analysis of Mencius in a d...
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Muga silkworm (Antheraea assamensis Helfer) is endemic to NorthEastern India, and naturally produces golden silk. From time immemorial, many ethnic and tribal groups have produced muga silk. Muga silkworms are mostly wild unlike the mulberry silkworm, which is completely domesticated. Muga silkworm is distributed in only some parts of India, especi...
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To solve the problems of low net harvesting rate, high loss rate, and uneven stubble height during the harvest of laver, the laver (Porphyra yezoensis) was selected as the research object, the analysis of the cultivation mode, biomechanical characteristics, harvesting trajectory and force of laver were carried out. A sectional hob type harvesting d...
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Present education system is lacking with the basic needs of society that are love, affection, compassion, happiness, harmony, tenderness, kindness, ethics and social cohesiveness. Pivot of life is happiness; a happy individual creates a happy family that leads to happy society and at last happy World. Man is a social animal and social institutions...
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The article deals with the issues of species diversity of eggplant plants depicted in the paintings of Japanese artists from the XV to the XX centuries. The species diversity of culture, various endemic forms, peculiarities of cultivation in Japan are noted. The method is iconographic analysis in the image. The species diversity of eggplant is show...
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Según la OMS, anualmente 600 millones de personas enferman y 420 000 mueren por el consumo de alimentos contaminados; de ellos, 125 000 son niños menores de 5 años. Una fracción de estas cifras, se puede relacionar con la habilidad bacteriana para sobrevivir ante ambientes estresantes, ingresando al estado viable pero no cultivable (VBNC, por sus s...
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Civic education has taken various forms throughout U.S. history, but it has frequently sought to promote national pride. Today, such education is being questioned, as teachers and writers push for a frank reckoning with the nation's past. Where does this leave us? Should we be trying to reinvent civic education to make it more honest and uncomforta...
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Introduction Graduate students engage in college teaching with varied attitudes and approaches. Their teaching practices may be influenced by professional development experiences related to pedagogy, and their personality traits. Methods Through an online survey of graduate students teaching undergraduate courses ( N = 109, 69.7% women, M age = 30...
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Millets are called “Smart Food” as they are easy to cultivate, are mostly organic and are rich in nutritional content. Millets are also a long-term alternative for halting climate change and creating climate-resilient agri-food systems. Production of millets is independent of chemical fertilizers and attracts fewer pests. Thereby, the lower cost of...
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One of the basic objectives of sustainable agriculture is the efficient use of available inputs and resources. Hence, energy use was evaluated in the present study for the cultivation and the greenhouse gas emissions in the main horticultural crops and paddy in Tajan. The required data were collected through relying on subjective and objective meth...
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Humans will always depend on the environment. The environment is where living things live. Thus the need to protect the environment for the survival of living things around it. Concern for and sensitivity to the environment must be cultivated from an early age in order to maintain the survival of humans, animals and plants, as well as to preserve n...
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Abstract: All tropical and subtropical areas of the world are suitable for citrus cultivation. In managing fertilizer application efficiency in orchards, variable-rate technology (VRT) has been demonstrated to be an important element. This article aims to study the significance of variable-rate fertilization for citrus in the arid region of Pakista...
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Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is the first staple crop in terms of area coverage for cultivation and production in Nepal. In rice breeding programs, developing superior genotypes depends on the evaluation of growth and yield parameters. Thus, to detect some of the primary superior genotypes, we evaluated the growth and yield parameters of 24 genotypes of...
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To have a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of the status quo of character education, to improve the citizens' character cultivation, and achieve better development of citizens, this paper has carried out a study on character education. This study uses the literature research method, experience summary method, and qualitative analysis met...
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Millets are a group of cereal grains used for human and animal consumption. Many diseases come in the way of high productivity of millets. There are more than a dozen major diseases that considerably affect cultivation of various millets like sorghum, pearl millet, and small millets (finger, foxtail, kodo, proso, little, barnyard and browntop mille...
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With the development of the information age, digital education runs through education. Whether it is primary education or higher education, we need continuous self-innovation. With the development of today’s society, dynamically optimized data algorithm permeates into higher education, which has a certain impact on English majors’ innovative applic...
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This book is an effort to help banana growers and Agricultural Economists who are curious for research on Banana cultivation. The researchers can understand how to find out cost of cultivation of banana, identify problems and constraints and find their solution. This book shall serve as an important reference source to M.Sc. /Ph.D students, academi...
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Conventional irrigation methods to new methods have been altered with respect to reduction of water resources and climate change. Considering the corn cultivation development, applying modern irrigation methods namely drip irrigation with the aim of improving the efficiency of water consumption as well as the zone under cultivation has been investi...
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The assertion from which we start our study is that in the last decades the anaphor has been defined relatively homogeneously from one researcher to another, from two perspectives: a. The syntactical-semantic perspective; and b. The rhetorical perspective - in the linguistics of the text, cultivated in pragmatics, in cognitive sciences, etc. We app...
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There are abundant resources like climate, water, biological and tourism in the middle and upper reaches of the Ganjiang River (MU-GJR), which is an important ecological protection area in hilly areas of South China. The four periods of land use and land cover (LULC) data from 1980 to 2018 and DEM data are the main data support. The LULC change wer...
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Background: In this work, we obtained Pisum sativum L leaf extract by soaking in sulfuric acid solution. Using sulfuric acid solution as solvent, the prepared Pisum sativum L leaf extract (PSLLE) has good solvent property and can be effectively dissolved in H 2 SO 4 solution. Pisum sativum L leaf was selected as the research object, which is attrib...
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Technology developed for high density organic guava cultivation
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Effective detection of potato late blight (PLB) is an essential aspect of potato cultivation. However, it is a challenge to detect late blight in asymptomatic biotrophic phase in fields with conventional imaging approaches because of the lack of visual symptoms in the canopy. Hyperspectral imaging can capture spectral signals from a wide range of w...
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Wood apple is an underutilized and climate-resilient crop that can withstand extremely dry circumstances. It has good medicinal and nutraceutical properties. This article covers comprehensive information about wood apples' such as botanical description, origin, distribution, varieties, importance and uses, medicinal and traditional usage, and value...
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The processes of sugarcane tillering and ratooning, which directly affect the yield of plant cane and ratoon, are of vital importance to the population establishment and the effective stalk number per unit area. In the present study, the phenotypic data of 285 F1 progenies from a cross of sugarcane varieties YT93-159 × ROC22 were collected in eight...
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The purpose of this study was to determine the survival rate (SR), the Average Daily Growth (ADG), and the Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR) of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) with a dynamic system model. The dynamic system model is used to determine the optimal value of the three variables. The results showed that the survival rate, average daily g...
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As a significant field of research under the 14th Five Year Plan, intelligent manufacturing holds a special position in industrial upgrading and core technology independence. Intelligent manufacturing is an important support for building a “scientific and technological power” in the future. Cultivating creative interdisciplinary talents who can ada...
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In order for democratic deliberative interactions in educational settings to fruitfully occur, certain favorable conditions must obtain. In this chapter I chiefly concern myself with one of these putative conditions, namely that of school integration, believed by many liberal scholars to be necessary for consensus-building and legitimate decision-m...
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In Pluralist Politics, Relational Worlds, Didier Zúñiga examines the possibility for dialogue and mutual understanding in human and more-than-human worlds. The book responds to the need to find more democratic ways of listening to, giving voice to, and caring for the variety of beings that inhabit the earth. Drawing on ecology and sustainability in...
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Cropland conversion has a major impact on soil C sequestration. However, it remains unclear about the changes in soil aggregate and their contribution to C accumulation following cropland conversion in a karst region, southwest China. In this study, three different cropland use types (sugarcane, mulberry and forage grass cultivation) were selected...
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High grain yields of rice (Oryza sativa) under dry cultivation are primarily obtained through high levels of nitrogen (N) input. However, excessive inputs of N increase the risk of lodging. This study aimed to clarify the effect of N application rates on crop morphology, mechanical mechanisms of the stem, and chemical components in the basal stems...
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Lentil rust is a major disease worldwide caused by Uromyces viciae-fabae. In this study, we screened a large germplasm collection of cultivated lentils (Lens culinaris ssp. culinaris) and its wild relatives, both in adult plants in the field with a local rust isolate during 2 seasons and in seedlings under controlled conditions with four fungal iso...
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Au Niger, particulièrement dans la région de Diffa, le poivron est la spéculation la plus cultivée et la plus commercialisée, représentant ainsi le poumon économique de la région. Pour accroitre la production et prévenir toute érosion génétique, des connaissances sur la diversité génétique et les pratiques paysannes de la gestion du poivron sont né...
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Food availability is one of the dimensions of food security, and it is necessary to analyze the crop production scenario to estimate the availability of food in a region. Cropping sequence and cropping intensity indicate the seasonal crop production, thereby indicating the seasonal availability of food. Seasonal variation of per capita or per house...
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Time management ability is one of the necessary abilities of contemporary college students in their study and work. How to better cultivate and improve the time management ability of college students is an important topic for educators to think and research for a long time. Based on the clear positioning of the applied university I work in, this pa...
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Recently in both formal and informal communities in the USA where the researcher is a graduate student, there has been some growth in the application of diversity, inclusion, cultural responsiveness, and social justice concepts. Considering the highly diverse nature of the population in the U.S, there is no surprise for the calls for a socially jus...
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Safety motivation is a decisive safety variable in many organisations, particularly in high-risk industries; thus, it should be well fostered. The company's responsibility and legal obligation are meant to lessen the likelihood of accidents and the amount of workers' compensation claims, circumlocutorily needful cultivating safety motivation. This...
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Learning to know the Provinces and Capitals in Indonesia is part of the Social Science lesson. This lesson is less attractive to students because they are lazy to read the material provided. With the introduction of learning software for provinces and their capitals in Indonesia, many benefits are obtained, one of which is by cultivating a sense of...
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Cyclopia, generally known as honeybush, and belonging to the Fabaceae family, originates from the Cape Floristic Region of the Eastern Cape and Western Cape provinces of South Africa. Currently, 6 honeybush species are commercially cultivated but, to date, there have been limited trials attempting to study their agronomic water demand. A pot trial...
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Subsoiling (SS) is an important technology in conservation tillage, but soil-disturbance characteristics in the SS are rarely described. Research on soil-disturbance characteristics during SS is conducive to the design and optimization of subsoilers, which provides a basis for reducing draft force and energy consumption. This study conducted SS exp...
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By 2050, the population is projected to exceed nine billion, necessitating a 70% increase in agricultural output to meet the need. Land, water, and other resources are running out due to the growing world population, making it impossible to maintain the demand–supply cycle. The yield of cultivation is also declining as a result of people's ignoranc...
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Low-income households living in the Tharparkar suffer from water insecurity and poverty vulnerability due to lack of human and economic development inadequate water access remains a topic of vital importance to global health. The problem of poverty requires urgent attention. The present study is based on assessing the level of poverty vulnerability...
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Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is an indispensable part of the world health and medical system and plays an important role in treatment, prevention, and health care. These TCM produce a large amount of Chinese medicine herbal residues (CHMRs) during the application process, most of which are the residues after the decoction or extraction of bot...
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The purpose of this study is to analyse the concept of kunya in relation to Hausa Muslim women in Kano, Nigeria, to understand their life from their experiences of kunya, and to identify its relation to the role of honour and shame. Kunya can be defined as multiple interrelated emotions such as shame, embarrassment, bashfulness, and shyness. Kunya...
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The present study focuses on the spread of rubber monoculture in the state of Tripura during past three decades (1990–2021) in the northeast region of India which is known for its rich biodiversity, shifting cultivation, and extensive forest dynamics. Earth observation (EO) data of seven time periods from Landsat missions (1990, 1995, 2000, 2004, a...
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The improvement of okra based on qualitative characters is important to enhance its value. This article summarizes the morphological variation of seven okra genotypes from five African countries. The trial was conducted in 2021 in Burkina Faso, following a Fisher block and twelve qualitative traits have been evaluated. To assess phenotypic, visual...
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The purpose of this study was to prove the effect of using an autofeeder on production, as well as to prove empirically the effect of using an autofeeder on income, and to prove the effect of using an autofeeder on production with intervention as a variable. The method used in this study is the Regresion method with a population of 95 vaname shrimp...
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The study of geography is centered on the regional system of the human–land relationship, and the core of the study of the geographical system of the human–land relationship is land use change. Land use is the most direct manifestation of human activities, accompanied by changes in land cover. This is the most appropriate entry point to reveal the...
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The rehabilitation assistive device industry is an important field of innovative development in the health industry and occupies a huge consumer market share worldwide. The rehabilitation assistive device industry in China has developed rapidly in recent years, but there is still a gap between China and developed countries. How to improve the indus...
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Production of homozygous transgenic plants is a prerequisite for the phenotypic analysis and/or for the commercial release of transgenic plants for cultivation. Here we present a simple protocol for the selection of homozygous transgenics using antibiotics as a selectable marker. The protocol has been used to select homozygous rice transgenic plant...
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Cultivation of the common ragworm-Hediste diversicolor-has attracted a great deal of interest in recent years. Growth optimization is a key aspect for its intensive production. We have assessed the effect of body weight (Bw) and temperature (T) on growth-related parameters in common ragworm using correlation and multiple regression analyses. We use...
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In vitro studies on adherent cells require a process of passage to dissociate the cells from the culture substrate using enzymes or other chemical agents to maintain cellular activity. However, these proteolytic enzymes have a negative influence on the viability and phenotype of cells. The mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)-like cell line, C3H10T1/2, adhe...
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Technique de reconnaissance des différents types de piment (Capsicum annuum L.) cultivés au Bénin
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Millipedes are known by their importance in ecological systems, although some species are regarded as agricultural pests in some poly- or monocultures. Canola (Brassicaceae: Brassica spp.) is an important feedstock for biodiesel production and a potential ingredient in the food industry, but with several arthropod pests causing damage to its cultiv...
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Abstrak Tujuan dari kegiatan pengabdian kepada masyarakat ini adalah (1)memberikan pengetahuan kepada masyarakat kelurahan Rumbai terkait manfaat dari pohon ketapang, (2) memberikan pengetahuan bagaimana membuka peluang usaha,(3) memberikan Abstract The purpose of this community service activity is (1) to provide knowledge to the community of Rumba...
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Understanding a species' current and future potential habitat is crucial to design its policy for management and cultivation practices that are more resilient in the face of climate change. This study assessed the present-day distribution and predicted the potential effect of climate change on the distribution of Anacardium occidentale's habitat in...
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KKN 80 Atma Jaya University Yogyakarta chose Bantul and Kulon Progo Regencies as locations to implement the Community 5.0 Community Service Program. The author found the location of KKN in Tamanan Village. Tamanan Village is one of the villages located in Banguntapan District, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region. This KKN 80 activity aims to...
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A Gram-positive exoelectrogen Rhodococcus pyridinivorans sp. strain HR-1 was cultivated from leachate-fed microbial fuel cell (MFC) to study the biodegradation effect of pyridine. In the comparison with mixed cultured MFC, HR-1 presented a remarkable electrical capacity with a maximum output of 4.33 W/m3 under 30 °C in neutral anolyte with 1 g/L ac...
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The real-time chlorophyll-a pigment monitoring of C. reinhardtii is studied using our developed LED fluorescence light detection and ranging (LiDAR) system. It features a portable set-up that uses a pulsed LED module with an excitation wavelength of 385 nm. We were able to monitor the different growth phases of C. reinhardtii with specific cultivat...