An Advanced Review on Pharmacology and Phytochemistry of Folklore Medicinal Plant Hyptis suaveolens (L.) Poit

Hyptis suaveolens (L.) Poit belongs to the Lamiaceae family (Bush mint). It’s a weed that has insecticidal characteristics. Lung infections, uterine infections, and skin disorders have all been treated with it in the past. Steroids, alkaloids, phenolics, flavonoids, tannins, glycosides,

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Energy Utilization and Conservation: An Approach towards Cashew Nut Mill

Energy is used by the food processing industry to carry out targeted activities and achieve high processing efficiencies in conversion procedures that develop new types of foods. This study looked at the unit processes, energy consumption patterns, and technologies used

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Effect of Different Pre and Post Emergences & Cultural Practice on Nutrient Uptake by Chickpea & Weed and Yield of Chickpea

During the winter season of 2010-2011, a field experiment was undertaken at the farm of Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola, to assess the influence of herbicides and cultural practises on chickpea and weed nutrient uptake. With three replications and

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Development of Motor Coordination and Manual Response in Alpine Skiing Through Mental Training

The purpose of this research was to see how mental training changed athletes’ attention and motor response (skiers). The subjects studied range in age from 12 to 161. Athletes are members of school sports clubs’ ski groups. The experimental group

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Commodification in Mass Media’s Educative Function in Kenya: A Review

Since colonial times, the educational function of the media has had a significant impact in Kenya. The influence of mass media in influencing current worldviews—how people see and live in the world—has resulted in societal change. Because humans are primarily

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Human Figures in Rabindranath Tagore’s Paintings

Rabindranath Tagore started painting in his sixties, while he was in his sixties. Despite this, he created thousands of pieces and was the first Indian artist to have his work exhibited in Europe, Russia, and the United States in 1930.

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Investigating the Attitude of Students and Teachers towards the Teaching Profession in Minna, Niger State

In Minna, Niger State, this study looked into the attitudes of students and student-teachers regarding the teaching profession. A sample of 250 respondents was randomly selected from public and private schools around the Minna metropolitan, and data was collected using

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Temporal Expressions in Second Language Writing

The aspect theory has been offered to explain morphological markings for verbs [1], but little study has looked at how verb suffixes are marked in narrative writing for a real audience. This study looked at how native English speakers and

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Educating South African Children about Obesity, Undernutrition, and Overweight: Evaluating the Life Orientation CAPS Curriculum

The goal of this study was to determine the prevalence of overweight, obesity, and nutritional deficit among students in a Durban Central public school. Methods: The body mass index (BMI) and food intake of ninety Grade 8 students were measured

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Ambivalent, Dynamic and Changing Times: The Construction of Racial and Personal Identity in James McBride’s The Color of Water

The Color of Water, a memoir by James McBride, is a complex and nuanced account of the author’s life as an African American and his relationship with his white mother. Using Bhabha’s theories of hybridity, ambivalence, and a Third Space

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