Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Biology


Distribution Of Free Proline In Rice Stalk And Roots Grown Under Aluminium Toxic Soil

Prasann Kumar; Purnima .; Premasis Sukul

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2651-2663

The harmful amounts of metals in soils may be related to natural vegetation due to planting, manufacturing, mining, and waste management activities. Many of the acidic soils below pH 5.0 are essential growth restricting factors in plants, pH value as large as 5.5, however, may be easily reached. The issue is especially bad in extremely acidic subsoils that face trouble during liming and are aggravated by strongly acidic nitrogen engravings. The strong acidity in the subsoil (AI toxicity) decreases height of the plants, increases drought susceptibility and decreases the use of subsoil nutrients. The high temperature exacerbates aluminum toxicity d in cotton and wheat. The treatments T4, when compared with T1, showed that Fibroin NPs decreased the total free proline in rice stalk by only 14.19% whereas KNO3 NPS in T5 enhanced the same by 39.92% when applied along with Aluminium stress. The total free proline in rice stalk was significantly enhanced by about 9.88% concerning T1 when treated with Fibroin NPs upon Aluminium stress whereas only sole Fibroin NPs were applied (T6). KNO3 Nanoparticles when applied upon Aluminium stress (T6). The total free proline in rice roots was significantly decreased by about 17.39% concerning T1 when treated with Fibroin NPs upon Aluminium stress whereas only sole Fibroin NPs were applied (T6). KNO3 Nanoparticles when applied upon Aluminium stress (T6).

Studies On The Biology Of Chickpea Pod Borer Helicoverpa Armigera (Hubner) On Different Types Of Food Materials

S.A. Dwivedi; Monu .; Sorokhaibam Sanathoi Devi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2397-2410

Present investigation was carried out on four different diets (Tender chickpea leaf, Chick pea socked grains, Green pea and Artificial diet) for different biological events growth and development were compared as different parameters such as larval period, pre-pupal period, pupal period, percent pupation, pupal weight and percent adult emergence along with embryonic development, eggs laying capacity of female, survivability of adult and sex ratio. The effect of different host on the biological growth and development of pod borer maximum larval period was recorded on green pea 19.43 days, pre-pupal period 1.76 and 1.43 days found on chickpea leaf and green pea than maximum pupal period 12.8 and 10.18 days recorded on same host. The maximum percent of pupation recorded on chickpea leaves 93.33% and on the same host highest adult emergence observed on 90.28%The maximum pre-ovipostional, ovipostional and post-ovipostional periods recorded on artificial diet 3.80, 6.16 and 2.19 days, highest fecundity recorded on artificial diet 770.59 eggs/female, the highest longevity of male and female recorded on chickpea leaf 7.86 and 13.13 days, the maximum sex ratio recorded 1:1.9 on artificial diet .The maximum growth index recorded on artificial diet 5.39 , the higher larval pupal Index and survival index recorded 1.19 and 1.05 on the chickpea leaf ,The maximum ovipostional index recorded on the artificial diet 1.00 ,The adult index of male recorded 1.00 same are all food material and female maximum recorded 1.00 on artificial diet and minimum 0.78 on chickpea grain.

The Trematods Cercaria Of Mollusk (Gastropoda, Pulmonata) In Uzbekistan Ponds

Ulugbek Abdulakimovich Shakarbaev; Firuza Djalaliddinovna A kramova; Bakhromjon Turaevich Norkobilov; Djalaliddin Azimovich Azimov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3391-3400

It was studied some peculiarities of trematods cercaria’ fauna producing by gastropoda mollusks - Lymnaeidae Rafinesque, 1815, Plаnorbidae Rafinesque, 1815, Physidae Fitziger, 1833 and Melanoididae Müller, 1774. In ponds of Syrdarya, Amudarya river (within Uzbekistan) and Zarafshan, natural infestation by trematods cercaria has been marked in 15 species of mollusks, Lymnaea (8 species), Planorbis (1 species), Gyraulus (2 species), Anisus (2 species), Physa (1 species), Costatella (1 species) and Melanoides (1 species). Total 27 species of cercaria were found belongs to trematods of 11 families - Fasсiolidae, Echinostomidae, Philophthalmidae, Paramphistomidae, Gastrothylacidae, Notocotylidae, Plagiorchidae, Sanguinicolidae, Strigeidae, Diplostomidae, Schistosomatidae and Bilharziellidae.

Translational imaging - What, why and how?

Luc Bidaut

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2015, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages -

hrough its varied instances, technologies and applications, biomedical imaging readily lends itself to translational approaches from in-vitro all the way to clinical. Whereas the disciplines, technologies, scales and scopes vary throughout the translational pipeline, they tend to coalesce when reaching the in-vivo context (e.g., through animal models), which ideally then leads to direct evaluation, validation and application in the human. This presentation will focus on demonstrating such a potential through a few in-vivo examples using imaging in a translational context, for providing and exploiting new biomarkers as well as to affect clinical workup, from diagnosis to therapy planning and follow-up. Suggested implementation strategy for suitably supporting such a multidisciplinary effort in the scope of cancer as an example will also be presented.