Bijurika Nandi

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Amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) is a rare pathological syndrome, sometimes fatal that arises as an obstetric complication during vaginal delivery, caesarean, immediate postpartum or during pregnancy. It remains as an important cause of fetal and maternal morbidity and mortality. The authors present a clinical report of a young woman who developed an acute(More)
Feeding value of water hyacinth biomass colonized by three species of white rot fungi during solid-state fermentation was investigated. All three organisms proved to be efficient degraders and enhanced dry matter digestibility. Loss of organic matter was maximum (23.6+/-0.1% dry wt) after 48 days by P. ostreatus. C. indica showed maximum cellulose(More)
A fungus isolated from West Bengal soil was found to accumulate gluconic acid in shake culture conditions in a mineral salt medium and identified asPenicillium janthinellum. The suitability of different carbon and nitrogen sources in liquid medium for gluconic acid production was studied. Glucose (30 %) and ammonium chloride (300 mg N per L) were most suit(More)
Multielectrode voltage data are usually recorded against a common reference. Such data are frequently used without further treatment to assess patterns of functional connectivity between neuronal populations and between brain areas. It is important to note from the outset that such an approach is valid only when the reference electrode is nearly(More)
Present work proposes a computer-aided identification of watermarked normal or abnormal heart sound based on Wavelet Transformation for tele-diagnosing of heart diseases. In this proposed method, the heart sound is converted into 2-D square matrix form. The 2-D signal is decomposed into four sub bands using Stationary Wavelet Transformation. HH<inf>1</inf>(More)
Cauliflower damping-off caused byRhizoctonia solani was found to be appreciably reduced when population of the pathogen and other microflora in soil was manipulated by using powders of commercial cellulose, rice stubbles or waterhyacinth biomass in combination with NH4NO3 as soil amendments. Cellulose powder was most effective in reducing the disease(More)
Soil microorganisms caused considerable degradation of wheat stubbles under laboratory conditions. Mixtures of different organisms proved to be more efficient than individual organisms in degrading lignin, holocellulose and nitrogenous substances which constitute the major components in stubble. Lignin and holocellulose content in fresh stubble was about(More)
Cellulose and lignin contents in left-overs of rice stump decreased due to decay caused by soil mycoflora. The loss of cellulose and lignin was considerable in presence of Curvularia and Fusarium respectively. Other tested mycoflora could also destroy cellulose and lignin to some extent. The amount of loss of cellulose and lignin increased with time of(More)
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