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Prevalence of Salmonella Species in Various Raw Meat Samples of a Local Market in Kathmandu
Abstract:  A cross‐sectional study of raw meat samples from the local meat market of Kathmandu Metropolitan City was carried out during September 2002 to May 2003 with special emphasis on isolationExpand
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Imperial Culture in Germany 1871–1918
The author deplores the dearth of studies on Wilhelmian Germany in contrast to the much studied and celebrated Weimar culture. It depicts imperial culture on its own term, taking it out of the spellExpand
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Seed-Borne Mycoflora of Two Under-Exploited Legumes: Vigna Umbellata and Psophocarpus Tetragonolobus from Northeastern Parts of India
About ninety percent of all the food crops grown on earth are propagated through seed (Neergaard, 1977). Seeds thus play a vital role in the total biological yield. However, fungal deterioration ofExpand
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Effect of oilseed protein concentrates and exogenous amino acids on the dialysability of iron and zinc
Iron deficiency anaemia and zinc deficiency have been persistent public health problems worldwide. Both deficiencies are attributed to poor bioavailability of minerals. The investigation wasExpand
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Evaluation of Antimicrobial Potency and Synergistic Activity of Nine Traditionally Used Indian Medicinal Plants
Recent acceptance of natural herbal medicines as an alternative form of health care and development of microbial resistance has led to investigate the antimicrobial action of medicinal plants.Expand
Soldier’s Morale and War Wife’s Morality: Gendered Images of Righteousness and Citizenship in Nazi Germany
While the theme of German women’s involvement with prisoners of war during the Second World War is not new to historians, how the families of incarcerated female convicts responded to thisExpand
Maternalism, Race, Class and Citizenship: Aspects of Illegitimate Motherhood in Nazi Germany
  • V. Joshi
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Journal of contemporary history
  • 1 October 2011
This article juxtaposes three types of illegitimate motherhood that came in the wake of the second world war in nazi Germany. The first found institutional support in the Lebensborn project, an eliteExpand
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Guayule (Parthenium argentatum gray) an under-exploited rubber yielding plant for exploitation in wastelands
Guayule, a desert shrub native to Mexico and South-west Texas (USA) is currently being developed as a supplementary source of natural rubber in addition to Hevea brasiliensis rubber. Natural rubberExpand
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