About: Bareilly College is a(n) based out in . It is known for research contribution in the topic(s): Quantitative structure–activity relationship & Population. The organization has 171 authors who have published 214 publication(s) receiving 2127 citation(s).
Topics: Quantitative structure–activity relationship, Population, Thin film, Nuclear fusion, Adsorption
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TL;DR: Applications of hydrazones in inorganic analysis since 1950 are reviewed and several new ideas are proposed for further investigation.
Abstract: Applications of hydrazones in inorganic analysis since 1950 are reviewed.
01 Sep 2006-Fitoterapia
TL;DR: The 5% chloroform extract of Lantana camara var.
Abstract: Extracts of Lantana camara var. aculeata leaves were studied for their phytochemical constituents and termiticidal effects against adult termite workers. The 5% chloroform extract was found to be significantly effective against termite workers.
TL;DR: The multifarious uses and applications of the bryophyte flora are being increasingly recognized around the world, and their potential in the biomapping of atmospheric precipitation is also enormous.
Abstract: Although bryophytes are among the oldest land plants, their usefulness is relatively unknown to most people Bryophytes are used in pharmaceutical products, in horticulture, for household purposes, and are also ecologically important The multifarious uses and applications of the bryophyte flora are being increasingly recognized around the world Their potential in the biomapping of atmospheric precipitation is also enormous In this article, we briefly examine some of the uses of this ancient group of simple plants
26 Jan 2008-Biogerontology
TL;DR: The results showed that oxidative stress was not uniformly affected in all the brain regions, and the cerebral cortex and brain stem showed a fall in oxidative stress after PS deprivation; the fall was greater in the adult than in the old animals.
Abstract: The present study examined the effects of paradoxical sleep (PS) deprivation on the oxidative stress parameters: lipid peroxidation, superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase, and glutathione in brain regions: cerebral cortex, striatum, hippocampus, thalamus, hypothalamus, and brain stem of adult (8 months) and old (24 months) rats. PS deprivation (96 h) was performed by the classical flower pot technique. PS deprivation did not affect oxidative stress parameters in the striatum of both age groups; and the activity of glutathione peroxidase was not affected in any of the studied brain regions in both age groups. PS deprivation decreased the levels of glutathione only in the hippocampus, thalamus and hypothalamus; the magnitude of decrease was higher in the old than in the adult age group. PS deprivation increased the superoxide dismutase activity in the cerebral cortex and brain stem but reduced it in the hippocampus, thalamus and hypothalamus in both age groups. Increases in the activity were greater in adult animals than in old ones; the decline in the activity was greater in the hippocampus of old animals than in that of the adult ones. Lipid peroxidation was reduced by PS deprivation in the cerebral cortex and brain stem but was elevated in the hypothalamus and thalamus: the magnitude of alteration in the cerebral cortex, brain stem, hippocampus and hypothalamus was higher in adult animals than in old ones. The results showed that oxidative stress was not uniformly affected in all the brain regions. The cerebral cortex and brain stem showed a fall in oxidative stress after PS deprivation; the fall was greater in the adult than in the old animals. However, the oxidative stress was elevated in the hippocampus, thalamus and hypothalamus, and old animals were more severely affected than the adult ones.
23 Oct 2012-Nanoscale Research Letters
TL;DR: Structural phase transitions after thermal annealing of films deposited at RT and 200°C are confirmed and it is found that electron-phonon interaction is a function of temperature and particle size and is independent of the structure.
Abstract: Nanotwin structures are observed in high-resolution transmission electron microscopy studies of cubic phase CdS quantum dots in powder form by chemical co-precipitation method. The deposition of thin films of nanocrystalline CdS is carried out on silicon, glass, and TEM grids keeping the substrates at room temperature (RT) and 200°C by pulsed laser ablation. These films are then subjected to thermal annealing at different temperatures. Glancing angle X-ray diffraction results confirm structural phase transitions after thermal annealing of films deposited at RT and 200°C. The variation of average particle size and ratio of intensities in Raman peaks I2LO/I1LO with annealing temperature are studied. It is found that electron-phonon interaction is a function of temperature and particle size and is independent of the structure. Besides Raman modes LO, 2LO and 3LO of CdS at approximately 302, 603, and 903 cm−1 respectively, two extra Raman modes at approximately 390 and 690 cm−1 are studied for the first time. The green and orange emissions observed in photoluminescence are correlated with phase transition.
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