Kanhaiya Gupta

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The Madagascar Periwinkle, Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don (a valued medicinal plant) was exposed to different concentrations ofheavymetals like, CdCl, and PbCl, with a view to observe their bioaccumulation efficiency. Germination was inhibited by both the heavy metals in the seeds previously imbibed in GA, and KNO, for 24 hr. EC50 (the effective(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to describe the assessment of the musculoskeletal (MSK) system in comparison with other systems in routine paediatric medical clerking. Furthermore, to survey trainee paediatricians (SPRs, specialist registrars) about their self-rated confidence in assessing the MSK system. METHODS Case notes of consecutive general(More)
Theories about exchange rate expectations are difficult to check empirically. We study FDI data to find indirect evidence on the formation of exchange rate expectations by foreign direct investors. Using panel data techniques on exchange rate movements and FDI flows from the USA to 20 OECD countries we find that skewness of devaluations has a robust(More)
This paper reports on a review of 518 Psychiatric Court Examination conducted at the Ottawa Court House in 1972-1973. Characteristics of the sample are described, and an attempt is made to relate the effects of some of these characteristics to decisions resulting from the psychiatric examination. It was concluded that those examinations help to identify(More)
Vitamin D defi ciency in children remains a signifi cant healthcare problem. Pearce and Cheetham, 1 in their article on 'Diagnosis and management of vitamin D defi ciency', quite clearly recommend the use of cal-ciferol (3000–6000 IU/day) in the treatment of vitamin D defi ciency in children. Expert opinion from the British Society for Paediatric(More)
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