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Data on 30 three-way maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids formed from 5 inbred lines were subjected to the combining ability type of analysis. The relative importance of general and specific line effects in maize three-way hybrids was studied by the Ponnuswamy and Das (1973) method. It was also shown that this analysis provides the breeder with the basic information(More)
Solubility of fish (Labio rohita) myosin has been studied at varying temperatures in presence of various inorganic salts like NaCl, KCl, NaBr, Na2SO4, KI, and organic solutes like sucrose and urea. The effect of pH on the solubility has also been studied both in absence and presence of NaCl. Thermal denaturation temperatures of myosin in presence of NaCl,(More)
— This paper surveys the intersection of two fascinating and increasingly popular domains: swarm intelligence and optimization. Whereas optimization has been popular academic topic for decades, swarm intelligence is relatively new subfield of artificial intelligence which studies the emergent collective intelligence of groups of simple agents. It is based(More)
The human face plays a prodigious role for automatic recognition of emotion in the field of identification of human emotion and the interaction between human and computer for some real application like driver state surveillance, personalized learning, health monitoring etc. Most reported facial emotion recognition systems, however, are not fully considered(More)
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