A STUDY ON EFFECT ON THE LUMBAR STABILIZATION EXERCISES FOR IMPROVING THE ENDURANCE OF BACK MUSCLES IN SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

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OBJECTIVE: To find out the effect of lumbar stabilization exercises for improving the endurance of back muscles in school volley ball players. METHODOLOGY: Study design- Experimental study – randomized design. Settings-Government Nandhanar boys higher secondary school, Chidambaram, Sri Ramakrishna Vidhyasala higher secondary school, Chidambaram. Participants: Twenty school volley ball players were participated in this study. Lumbar stabilization exercises was given for 5 days in a week for 4 weeks. OUTCOME MEASURE: “Sorenson test” RESULTS: The post treatment has high mean mean value (163.95) than the pre-treatment value (95.90). Thus, the differences is statistically confirmed by obtained ‘t’ value (13.03), which is significant at 0.01 level. CONCLUSION: The lumbar stabilization exercises are an effective and useful technique in improving the endurance of back muscles in school volley ball players.
2017050117.A STUDY ON EFFECT ON THE LUMBAR STABILIZATION EXERCISES FOR IMPROVING THE ENDURANCE OF BACK MUSCLES IN SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS pdf

A STUDY ON EFFECT ON THE LUMBAR STABILIZATION EXERCISES FOR IMPROVING THE ENDURANCE OF BACK MUSCLES IN SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

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OBJECTIVE: To find out the effect of lumbar stabilization exercises for improving the endurance of back muscles in school volley ball players. METHODOLOGY: Study design- Experimental study – randomized design. Settings-Government Nandhanar boys higher secondary school, Chidambaram, Sri Ramakrishna Vidhyasala higher secondary school, Chidambaram. Participants: Twenty school volley ball players were participated in this study. Lumbar stabilization exercises was given for 5 days in a week for 4 weeks. OUTCOME MEASURE: “Sorenson test” RESULTS: The post treatment has high mean mean value (163.95) than the pre-treatment value (95.90). Thus, the differences is statistically confirmed by obtained ‘t’ value (13.03), which is significant at 0.01 level. CONCLUSION: The lumbar stabilization exercises are an effective and useful technique in improving the endurance of back muscles in school volley ball players.
2017050116.A STUDY ON EFFECT ON THE LUMBAR STABILIZATION EXERCISES FOR IMPROVING THE ENDURANCE OF BACK MUSCLES IN SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS pdf

Anti-inflammatory activity of leaf extract of Calophyllum inophyllum L by HRBC method.

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The invitro anti-inflammatory activity of C.inophyllum L. Leaf was evaluated by HRBC method. The ethylacetate extract showed significant anti-inflammatory activity at 1000Mg/mL concentrations. The activity was dose dependent. The ethyl acetate extract in 1000mg/ml concentration was considered statistically significant compared to the standard drug.
2017050115.Anti-inflammatory activity of leaf extract of Calophyllum inophyllum L by HRBC method. pdf

QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF CALOPHYLLUM INOPHYLLUM.L.

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Qualitative analysis of leaf extract of Calophyllum inophyllum revealed that the presence of alkaloids, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, flavonoids, glycosides, phenols, protein, sterols, tannins and triterpenoids. Carbohydrates, flavonoids, phenols and protein were present in the tested three extracts such as acetone, distilled water and ethyl acetate extracts while alkaloids, amino acids and fats were detected only in ethyl acetate extract.
2017050114.QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF CALOPHYLLUM INOPHYLLUM.L. pdf

Quantitative estimation of primary and secondary metabolites of leaf extracts of Calophyllum inophyllum L.

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Quantitative phytochemical analysis of leaf extracts of calophyllum inophyllum L. revealed that carbohydrate content in distilled water extract was higher than that of ethyl acetate and acetone extracts. The ethyl acetate extract of the plant recorded highest percent of total protein, flavonoid, phenol and vitamin C content. Vitamin E content extract was higher in acetone extract compared with that of ethyl acetate and distilled water extract.
2017050113.Quantitative estimation of primary and secondary metabolites of leaf extracts of Calophyllum inophyllum L.pdf

STUDIES ON PYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING ANDANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY FROM LEAF AND CALLUS EXTRACTS OF ORTHOSIPHON ARISTATUS (BLUME). MIQ.

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The aim of this study was to determine the phytochemical screening and antibacterial from leaf and callus extracts of Orthosiphon aristatus collected from different places in Tamil Nadu. Phytochemical screening involved the qualitative methods to detect the presence of terpenoids, flavonoids, phenols, tannins, steroids, quinones, saponins, cardiac glycosides and alkaloids. For the antibacterial activity different concentrations of ethanolic leaf and callus extracts were tested using the agar disc diffusion technique agaist Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus cereus, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Escherichia coli. The phytochemical analysis of ethanolic leaf and callus extracts of Orthosiphon aristatus was shown the availability of significant secondary metabolites such as tannins, saponins, quinones, cardiac glycosides, phenols, flavonoids, terpenoids, steroids, and alkaloids. The antibacterial activity of ethanolic leaf extract of Orthosiphon aristatus shows maximum zone of inhibition in Bacillus subtilis followed by Escherichia coli. The ethanolic callus extract shows maximum zone of inhibition in Bacillus cereus followed by Pseudomonas aeruginosa. It was concluded that the powerful antibacterial effect was attributed in the ethanolic callus extract of Orthosiphon aristatus.
2017050112.STUDIES ON PYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING ANDANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY FROM LEAF AND CALLUS EXTRACTS OF ORTHOSIPHON ARISTATUS (BLUME). MIQ. pdf.

A novel green process for synthesis of venlafaxine and its impurities

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An improved process for synthesis of Venlafaxine from p-methoxyphenylacetonitrile with cyclohexanone using TBAI as phase transfer catalysis to give almost quantitative yields of cycloalkanols, further is reduced using Raney/nickel in methanolic ammonia, acetic acid and dimethylation using dimethyl carbonate/K2CO3 in DMF. The work is also included to identification, synthesis and characterization of process related impurities of venlafaxine

2017050111-A novel green process for synthesis of venlafaxine and its impurities pdf…

Performance Enhancement of Solar PV System using Incremental Conductance Technique

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Photovoltaic systems normally use a maximum power point tracking (MPPT) control to continuously deliver the highest possible power to the load when variations in the insolation and temperature occur. The perturb & observe (P&O) technique, is very popular and the most commonly used in practice because of its simplicity in algorithm and the ease of implementation. But this method fails to track the power under fast varying atmospheric conditions. The proposed paper is using incremental conductance (incCond) technique intending to solve the problem of the P&O technique and the main difference of the proposed paper to the existing MPPT technique is eliminating Complexity of the incCond technique the effect of simplifying the control circuit. The resultant system is capable of tracking MPPs accurately and rapidly without steady state oscillation and also its dynamic performance is satisfactory.

2017050110-Performance Enhancement of Solar PV System using Incremental Conductance Technique pdf

Antioxidant activity of Leaf extracts of Calophyllum inophyllum L. by DPPH method.

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Invitro antioxidant activity of Calopohyllum inophyllum L was studied by DPPH free radical scavenging assay, the tested extracts produced significant antioxidant activity. The maximum inhibition of DPPH free radical was exhibited by ethyl acetate extract followed by acetone extract, distilled water showed lowest inhibition at 1000mg concentration. The antioxidant activity of Calophyllum inophyllum helps to protect skin cells from damage by reactive oxygen species and other oxidative antagonists.

2017050109-Antioxidant activity of Leaf extracts of Calophyllum inophyllum L. by DPPH..pdf

CAPITAL PUNISHNMENT AND CRIME CONTROL IN NIGERIA; AN ETHICAL VIEW

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Capital punishment as a way to clamp down on high crime rate in Nigeria is contestable and has generated stiff debates between its supporters and opponents. However their distinct views, both parties are unanimous on the fact that killing a human being is a matter of great moral concern which demands that caution must be taken and other alternatives exhausted. It should be if at all, as the last resort. We must be sure to have the strongest, most compelling reasons for doing so. What kinds of reasons do we have for and against death penalty? Is it the protection of human life and the achievement of justice? Is this argument convincing enough? However, many were of the view that if we value human life and desire justice, then is sure to support capital punishment. This argument through sound plausible, but I think if examined painstakingly, it will rather show that such position is mistaken and faulty. This paper aimed at showing that capital punishment is neither an effective defense against crimes reduction nor effective means of achieving desired justice. Therefore we lack justifiable grounds or reasons to punish offenders by death. Agreed it is wrong to kill, then killing to correct a gruesome crime is still killing, and by its ontological nature is wrong and should not be carried out by the state or supported by individuals for reasons being that it is immoral and unethical.

2017050108-CAPITAL PUNISHNMENT AND CRIME CONTROL IN NIGERIA; AN ETHICAL VIEW pdf