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A new approach to gas sensing with nanotechnology
  • Swati Sharma, M. Madou
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
  • 28 May 2012
Nanosized gas sensor elements are potentially faster, require lower power, come with a lower limit of detection, operate at lower temperatures, obviate the need for expensive catalysts, are more heatExpand
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Ethylene absorbents influence fruit firmness and activity of enzymes involved in fruit softening of Japanese plum (Prunus salicina Lindell) cv. Santa Rosa
Introduction . Plum cv. Santa Rosa shows climacteric behaviour and grows profitably under sub-temperate conditions in India. After ripening, it has a very limited shelf life (3–4 days) in ambientExpand
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Salivary glands harbor more diverse microbial communities than gut in Anopheles culicifacies
BackgroundIn recent years, it has been well documented that gut flora not only influence mosquito physiology, but also significantly alter vector competency. Although, salivary gland and gutExpand
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Evaluation of antimicrobial efficacy of some medicinal plants.
Medicinal plants are finding use as pharmaceuticals , nutraceuticals, cosmetics and food supplements. Even as traditional source of medicine s and they continue to play pivotal rule. EthanolicExpand
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Recent trends in electrochemical sensors for multianalyte detection - A review.
Voltammetric methods for screening compounds of varied interests are reviewed on the basis of the types of electrodes and analytical strategies. The scope of conventional voltammetric method has beenExpand
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Control of foliar diseases of mustard by Bacillus from reclaimed soil.
Bacillus subtilis strain UK-9, an isolate from reclaimed soils, was studied for its biological control activity against Alternaria leaf spot disease of mustard. In dual culture, production ofExpand
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Characterization of keratin microparticles from feather biomass with potent antioxidant and anticancer activities.
In the present study chicken feathers were hydrolyzed by chemical treatment in alkaline conditions. The pH value of feather hydrolyzed solution was amended accordingly the iso-electric precipitation.Expand
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Increased graphitization in electrospun single suspended carbon nanowires integrated with carbon-MEMS and carbon-NEMS platforms.
Single suspended carbon nanowires (CNWs) integrated on carbon-MEMS (CMEMS) structures are fabricated by electrospinning of SU-8 photoresist followed by pyrolysis. These monolithic CNW-CMEMSExpand
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Study of Different Treatment Methods on Chicken Feather Biomass
The chicken feathers (CFs)  consist of up to 10 % of total chicken dry mass and they have many potential industrial applications. CFs contains protein fibers named as keratin, which is an insolubleExpand
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Genetic Diversity in NPT Lines Derived from indica x japonica Sub-species Crosses of Rice ( Oryza sativa L . ) Using SSR Markers
To access the genetic diversity especially for yield and quality attributing traits, phenotypic and molecular characterization were attempted on NPT lines derived from indica x japonica Sub-speciesExpand
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