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Response of Split Application of Nutrients through Fertigation on Nutrients Uptake, Nutrient and Water Use Efficiency and Yield of Pigeon pea
Pigeon pea is a pulse crop belongs to the family leguminoceae (Fabaceae) and it is a multipurpose legume with a long tradition of cultivation over three thousand years. It is the most widely grown
Cubosomes are the square and rounded particles with internal cubic lattices visible. The discovery of cubosomes is a unique story and spans the fields of food science, differential geometry,
Protective effect of Lepidium sativum against doxorubicin-induced nephrotoxicity in rats.
Nephrotoxicity is one of the important side effects of anthracycline antibiotics. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of aqueous extract of Lepidium sativum L. against nephrotoxicity
Nasal Drug Delivery System: A Review
The use of the nasal route for the delivery of challenging drugs such as small polar molecules, vaccines, hormones, peptides and proteins has created much interest in nowadays. Due to the high
Formulation and Evaluation of Ranitidine Hydrochloride Floating Tablets by Using Co-Processed Excipients
The Gastro retentive dosage form is designed to prolong the gastric residence time of the drug delivery system. The purpose of this study was to develop and characterize floating tablets of
Response of Split Application of Nutrients through Fertigation in Pigeonpea
All the growth parameters, yield attributes and grain yield of Pigeon pea were substantially enhanced by drip fertigation levels at 125:100:100 per cent recommended NPK than lower fertigationlevels (75 and 100%) and over conventional soil application of recommended dose of NPK kg ha-1.
Efficacy of Post Emergence Herbicides in Groundnut
It was revealed that weed free was found most effective to control weeds in groundnut with lowest weed count, weed dry matter of weeds and maximum gross monetary returns.
Formulation and evaluation of microemulsion system for transdermal delivery of nimodipine
The purpose of this study was to construct novel o/w microemulsion formulation for transdermal delivery of Nimodipine. Capmul PG 8 as the oil, Tween 20 as the surfactant, polyethylene glycol 400 as