Shweta Sinha

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Iniencephaly is an uncommon and fatal neural tube defect involving the occiput and inion, this occurs together with rachischisis of the cervical and thoracic spine, and retroflexion of the head. We report the ultrasound (US) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging findings of a case of iniencephaly with clubfeet and arthrogryposis. The diagnosis of iniencephaly(More)
This paper presents the design and evaluation of an adaptive, system sensitive partitioning and load balancing framework for distributed structured adaptive mesh refinement applications on heterogeneous and dynamic cluster environments. The framework uses system capabilities and current system state to select and tune appropriate partitioning parameters(More)
This paper presents the design and evaluation of an adaptive system sensitive partitioning and load balancing framework for distributed adaptive mesh reenement applications on heterogeneous and dynamic cluster environments. The framework uses system capabilities and current system state to select and tune appropriate partitioning parameters (e.g.(More)
Bacterial wilt of tomato caused by Ralstonia solanacearum (Smith) Yabuuchi et al. (Microbiol Immunol 39:897–904, 1995) is a serious disease, which causes losses up to 60 % depending on environmental conditions, soil property, and cultivars. In present investigation, nucleotide sequences of virulence, hypersensitive response and pathogenicity (hrp) gene were(More)
Nutraceuticals are medicinal foods that enhance health, modulate immunity and thereby prevent and cure specific diseases. They may range from natural diets, herbal products to genetically engineered foods and processed products such as cereals, soups and beverages. Biofortified crops have been considered as a complementary strategy for delivering nutrition(More)
Chalcones (1, 3, diaryl-2-propen-1-ones), are one of the plant secondary metabolite belonging to flavonoid family and has been widely explored in past decennium for its various pharmacological activities including antimalarial activity. Plasmodium aspartate proteases and cysteine proteases are the promising targets in malarial chemotherapy to overcome the(More)