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Gametophytic selection can drastically reduce the number of selection cycles during crop improvement programs. The objective of the present investigation was to test whether the nature of inheritance of two unlinked disease-resistant loci, h(1) and h(2), against Fusarium wilt in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) under gametophytic (pollen) selection was similar(More)
Keywords: POP-I.B. barriers to programming POP-II.A. novice programmer and native end-users POP-III.C. cognitive dimensions POP-III.B. new language Abstract In the evolving information-rich society, there are compelling reasons (e.g., educational, social, cultural etc.) to support global, native end-users to learn programming and computing skills. Current(More)
The aim of work is to characterization and evaluation of fast dissolving tablet of Granisetron hydrochloride using three superdisintegrants like crosscarmellose sodium, crosspovidone and sodium starch glycolate. FTIR studies revealed that there was no physico-chemical interaction between granisetron hydrochloride and other excipients. The tablets were(More)
  • Www Ijpbs Net Pharmacognosy, Patil D N, +5 authors B Patil
  • 2010
Transdermal Films were prepared using 10 % w/v natural polymer (fruit gum) of Cordia dichotoma with different percentage of plasticizer (glycerin 0.05, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20 and 0.25 % w/v), same percentage of preservative (methyl paraben 0.2 % w/v) and drug (neomycin 0.2 % w/v). The films were casted on glass plates and dried under controlled evaporation. Films(More)
Felodipine, a calcium channel blocker, is used for hypertension and angina pectoris. Felodipine fast-disintegrating tablets (FDT) have been prepared by direct compression method. Effect of superdisintegrants (like crosspovidone, croscarmellose sodium and sodium starch glycolate) on wetting time, disintegrating time, drug content, in vitro release and(More)
In the evolving Information Society (IS), the Information Technology (IT) skills are necessary to harness the power of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs). The United Nations (UN) estimates that there are about one billion illiterate adults and 2−3 billion technological illiterates in the world. Not surprisingly, a majority of them are from(More)