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  1. Jul 2019
    1. Preparation of bioformulations and determination of
    2. Sequence analysis
    3. DNA sequencing of the 18S rDNA fragment
    4. Purification of PCR product
    5. Analysis of internal transcribed spacer region
    6. RAPDand SSRscoring and data analysis
    7. PCR amplification
    8. Running of gel and visualization of DNA
    9. Determination of the yield
    10. Agarose gel electrophoresis
    11. Qualitative and quantitative estimation of DNA
    12. Determination of the yield
    13. Procedure for DNA isolation
    14. Reagents required for fungal DNA isolationand p
    15. DNA isolation of Trichodermaisolate
    16. Photography, evaluation and documentation
    17. Procedurefor SDS-PAGE
    18. Materialsrequired for SDS-PAGE
    19. Protein profiling of bioagent through SDS-PAGE
    20. Biochemical analysis (Protein estimation)
    21. Protein estimation through Kjeldahl method
    1. Amplification, Cloning and Sequencing
    2. Transformation procedure
    3. Preparation of master plate and isolation of plasmid DNA from transformed E. coli (Mini Prep)
    4. Preparation of chemically competent Escherichia coli using calcium chloride method
    1. Poisson Model
    2. We have analysed the Cancer data of patients in 155 wards of Chennai Cor-poration by the above described method. As preliminary analyses, we havecreated the Choropleth maps for Observed counts, Population of wards, ex-pected counts for patients and SMR's.The Choropleth map for the observed counts Figure 5.2 does not show anypattern. But the Choropleth map for the expected counts Figure: 5.4 indi-cate that the inner regions of the Chennai Corporations have lower expectedcounts and the regions along the border have larger counts of patients. As ameasure of spatial heterogeneity we have computed PSH= 0:7108:Hence ofthe total spatial random variation, nearly 71% is due to spatial heterogene-ity and the remaining 28:92% is due to Poisson variation. Thus the spatialvariation is present in the data.The Choropleth map for Empirical Bayes smoothed rates Figure 5.5 re-veals that only 13 sub regions have high risk values. The wards with numbers53, 64, 67, 70, 78, 93, 100, 103, 110, 117, 122, 147 and 151 have high riskvalues. Though this information could be used by the health managers toconcentrate their work on these regions, one can look for additional covariatesin these regions for further study
    3. Empirical Bayesian Smoothing
    4. Incidence Rate and SMR
  2. Jun 2019
    1. Estimation of total N% of wheat grainsand straw
    2. Chlorophyllcontent
    3. Root length (cm) and Root weight (mg)
    4. Coleoptile length(cm)
    5. Stomata / cm2
    6. Leaf area index (LAI)
    7. Physiological parameters
    8. Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI)
    9. Spike length (cm)
    10. Last node to spike length(cm)
    11. Peduncle length(cm)
    12. HarvestIndex
    13. Grain yield per plot (g)
    14. Biological Yield(g)
    15. 1000 Kernel weight(mg)
    16. Number of grains per spike
    17. Number of productive tillers per meter
    18. Plant height (cm)
    19. Days to physiological maturity
    20. Days to heading
    21. Field observations
    1. Characterization of embelin isolated from E.ribes
    2. . Extraction and isolation of embelin from E. ribes
    3. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) analysis
    4. High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) analysis
    5. . Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) analysis
    6. Preliminary phytochemical screening (Ali, 1998; Evans, 2002)
    7. Microbial Contamina
    8. Foaming Index
    9. pH values
    10. Ash values
    11. Extractive value
    12. . Physico-chemical standardization
    13. Standardization of ethanolic extract of E.ribes (WHO, 1998; IndianPharmacopoeia, 1996)
    14. Preparation of ethanolic extract of E.ribes
    1. Estimation of Stevioside
    2. Extraction from the plant material
    3. Extraction from the plant material
    4. Extraction from the plant material
    5. Qmmtification of stevioside
    6. Estimation of Steviol
    7. Extraction from plant material
    8. Quantification of steviol
    9. Estimation of free aminoacids
    10. Estimation of soluble proteins
    11. Estimation of sugars
    12. Estimation of total phenols
    13. Determination of moisture
    14. Analytical methods
    15. The experimental part of the study was categorized into five sections for the convenience of reference viz. analytical, toxicological, molecular, biochemical and genomic quantitation.
    1. Per-cent Overlap
    2. Compogram
    3. F-and t-Ratios
    4. Chi-Square
    5. Somatotype Categories
    6. Comparative Statistics
    7. Somatotype Attitudinal Mean (SAM)
    8. Somatotype Attitudinal Distance (SAD)
    9. Somatotype Dispersion Mean (SDM)
    10. Somatotype Dispersion Distances (SDD)
    11. Somatoplot Coordinates
    12. Mean Somatotypes (5)
    13. Descriptive Statistics
    14. Statistical Analysis
    15. Central:
    16. Mesomorphic ectomorph:
    17. Endomorphic ectomorph:
    18. Ectomorphic mesomo~ph:
    19. Endomorphic mesomorph:
    20. Ectomorphic endomorph:
    21. Mesomorphic endomor~:
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