B. S. Biradar

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ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Chamomile is most popular used medicinal plant and extensively consumed as a tea or tisanes. Traditionally this plant was used for treatment of many ailments such as allergy disorders and inflammatory mediated diseases. AIM OF THE STUDY We investigated the effects of anti-allergic activity of Matricaria recutita L. on mast(More)
Present study is a case study and limited only to Kuvempu University, Karnataka, India and describes the steps taken in implementing the IR. The present paper highlights the project undertaken i.e. creation of Institutional repository at Kuvempu University, India. The project is aimed to provide access to the literature highlighting institution’s(More)
In this project, we propose an efficient IDS system called as VirtuaGuard system that models the network behavior for multilayered web applications of user sessions across both front-end web (HTTP) requests and back-end database (SQL) queries. In this system, VirtuaGuard forms container-based IDS with multiple input streams to produce alerts. In typical(More)
A modification of ranked set sampling (RSS) called maximum ranked set sampling with unequal sample (MRSSU) is considered for the Bayesian estimation of scale parameter α of the Weibull distribution. Under this method, we use Linex loss function, conjugate and Jeffreys prior distributions to derive the Bayesian estimate of α. In order to measure the(More)
CONTEXT Stereospermum suaveolens DC. (Bignoniaceae) is a medicinal tree species native to India. Traditionally, the whole plant is used for various diseases including neuronal disorders. OBJECTIVE The present study evaluated the neuroprotective activity of Stereospermum suaveolens against global cerebral ischemia in a rat model. MATERIALS AND METHODS(More)
In this paper maximum ranked set sampling procedure with unequal samples (MRSSU) is proposed. Maximum likelihood estimator and modified maximum likelihood estimator are obtained and their properties are studied under exponential distribution. These methods are studied under both perfect and imperfect ranking (with errors in ranking). These estimators are(More)
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