Karthika Hari

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A field study was undertaken to evaluate the response of sugarcane varieties to application ofAzotobacter,Azospirillum andGluconacetobacter under different levels of fertilizer nitrogen.Azospirillum significantly improved the cane and sugar yield compared toGluconacetobacter, Azotobacter and uninoculated control.Gluconacetobacter andAzotobacter were on(More)
Long term video electroencephalography (EEG) in epilepsy monitoring units (EMU) is used to diagnose and treat patients with epilepsy. Injury occurs in the EMU, including reports of death. No standardized patient safety protocols exist. Our objective is to determine the frequency and contributing factors to injury in the EMU. We reviewed medical records and(More)
Injury occurs in epilepsy monitoring units (EMUs) to patients with epileptic seizures (ES); however, there are limited data regarding the safety concerns of patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) being monitored in EMUs. We reviewed EMU records from 116 PNES and compared them to 170 ES. Three falls (2.6%) occurred in PNES without injury(More)
Petroleum resources are finite and therefore search for alternative is continuing all over the world. Development of bio-fuels as an alternative and renewable source of energy for transportation has become critical in the national effort towards maximum self-reliance—the corner stone of our energy security strategy. Bio-fuels like ethanol and bio-diesel(More)
Biofuels provide around 2% of total transport fuel today, by 2050, it is projected that 27% of the transport fuel will be shared by the biofuels globally. Some biofuels already perform well in economic terms, particularly sugarcane ethanol and other low cost agricultural biofuels. The biofuel program in India at niche stage though the policy has been framed(More)
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