Abdul A. Malik

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Bacterial strain Exiguobacterium sp. ZM-2 isolated from agricultural soil irrigated with tannery effluents, was examined for its resistance to hexavalent chromium. Exiguobacterium sp. ZM-2 could resist 12.37 mM of potassium chromate. The isolate was also found resistant to other heavy metal ions. Exiguobacterium sp. ZM-2 was able to reduce 500 microM(More)
Three-Level Decomposition with Application to PLDs Abdul A . Malik IBM Corporation, T. J. Watson Research Center P. 0. Box 218, Yorktown Heights, N.Y 10598 David Harrison Plus Logic Inc., 1255 Parkmoor Ave., San Jose, CA 95126 Robert K. Brayton Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California a t Berkeley, CA 94720 In the(More)
Pesticide industrial wastewater samples were taken from the Chinhat industrial area nearby Lucknow city, India. GC-MS analysis revealed the presence of pesticides lindane, α-endosulfan, β-endosulfan, chlorpyriphos, monocrotophos, dimethoate and malathion. A pesticide mixture and wastewater extracts were studied to determine the mutagenicity by Ames(More)
It is a common practice in India to irrigate agricultural fields with wastewater originating from industries and domestic sources. At Jajmau (Kanpur), India, tannery effluent is used for irrigation purposes. This practice has been polluting the soil directly and groundwater and food crops indirectly. This study is aimed at evaluating the mutagenic impact of(More)
The approaches to two-level logic minimization can be classified into two groups: those that use tautology for expansion of cubes and those that use the offset. Tautology based schemes are generally slower and often give somewhat inferior results, because of a limited global picture of the way in which the cube can be expanded. If the offset is used,(More)
In the industrial area of Chinhat, Lucknow (India) wastewater coming from pesticide manufacturing and other industries is used to irrigate the agricultural crops. This practice has been polluting the soil and pollutants might reach the food chain. Gas chromatographic analysis revealed the presence of certain organochlorine pesticides in soil samples.(More)
Cross section data were evaluated for the production of the medically important positron emitter (124)I (T(1/2)=4.18d) via (3)He- and α-particle induced reactions on Sb isotopes. The consistency in the measured data available in the literature was checked against the cross section calculations of three nuclear model codes (i.e. STAPRE, EMPIRE and TALYS).(More)