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  Paper Title: “EFFICACY OF MANDIBULAR CANINE INDEX IN SEXUAL DIMORPHISM” - AN AID IN PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19J3784

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19J3784

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  Title: “EFFICACY OF MANDIBULAR CANINE INDEX IN SEXUAL DIMORPHISM” - AN AID IN PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

  Author Name(s): M. Chandrasekhar, M. Charitha, D.Ayesha thabusum, G.Chandra sekhar, V.Padmaja

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 1324-1333

 Year: January 2017

 Downloads: 21

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INTRODUCTION: Forensic odontology is basically the science dealing with establishing identity by teeth and has played an important, often crucial role in the identification of victims of mass disasters. Among all teeth, the mandibular canines are found to exhibit greatest sexual dimorphism. Mandibular canine index (MCI) is a simple odontometric method which uses the mandibular canine as the key to sex estimation. This index is defined as the ratio between the canine mesiodistal dimension and the mandibular canine arch width. AIM: To evaluate the effectiveness of mandibular canine index (MCI) in the determination of sex. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The study was conducted on 70 subjects (35 males, 35 females) of age group 16-25 years. Mandibular impressions were taken and study casts are fabricated. Mesiodistal and buccolingual dimensions of mandibular canines was measured with the help of digital Vernier calipers. Intercanine distance was measured with the help of a divider. The standard MCI value is used as a cut off point to differentiate males from females. Statistical analysis was done using t?test. RESULTS: The mandibular canine index of right canine in percentage accuracy for males is 62.86% and females is 54.29 and MCI of left canine is 68.57% for males and 57.14 for females. The sexual dimorphism for right canine is 5.18% and for left canine is 8.44%, which shows significant results.


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Mandibular canine index, mesiodistal dimension, intercanine distance, sexual dimorphism,

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  Paper Title: SERVICES OF SRI VENKATA RAMANUJA JIYAR TO TIRUMALA TEMPLE

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19J2715

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19J2715

  Register Paper ID - 196815

  Title: SERVICES OF SRI VENKATA RAMANUJA JIYAR TO TIRUMALA TEMPLE

  Author Name(s): Dr.D.Khajavali

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 1-4

 Year: February-2017

 Downloads: 29

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Tiruvenkata Ramanuja Jiyar was a contemporary of Sri Krishnadeva Raya of Vijayanagara Empire. He made extensive donations directly to the Tirumala temple during the period 1506 to 1544 AD. A study of research is made on the kainkaryams to be performed to the L0rd Venkateswara against donations which were found even today. The kainkaryams were listed and verified and two more Jiyars are added namely sri Manaval Mahamuni and sri Anusandhanam Jiyar.


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Panams, Kainkaryams, Mitts, Tirukodi Tirunal, Sri Bhandaram.

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  Paper Title: MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HIGH STRENGTH SELF - COMPACTING CONCRETE USING SELF CURING COMPOUND

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19J2612

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19J2612

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  Title: MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HIGH STRENGTH SELF - COMPACTING CONCRETE USING SELF CURING COMPOUND

  Author Name(s): N.Sarathschandra, M.Venkateswarlu, K.Sundeep Kumar

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 362-371

 Year: January 2017

 Downloads: 36

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This paper is aimed to utilize the benefits of Self-curing compound in high strength (M60) Self- compacting concrete. A Self-curing compound is provided to absorb water from atmosphere to achieve better hydration of cement in SCC without submerging into water. Self-curing compound is Polyethylene glycol of molecular weight 600 (PEG-600) of dosages ranging between0.1% to 2% by weight of cement added to mixing water. SCC is characterized by its fresh properties like flowability, filling ability and resistance to segregation and bleeding are done by slump flow, J-ring, V-funnel, L-box and U-box tests on SCC to satisfy EFNARC specifications. Whereas hardened properties like compressive strength is tested at 7, 14, 21 & 28 days, tensile and flexural strengths are tested after 28 days of curing. An attempt has been made in the investigation reported in this project to study mechanical properties like Compressive strength, Tensile strength and Flexural strength of High strength SCC in the presence of Self-curing compound. There may be an improvement in the mechanical properties of High strength SCC with Self-curing compound are observed and compared with High strength SCC without Self-curing compound. This paper confirms that specimens with 0.5% of PEG achieved better mechanical properties.


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Self- Compacting Concrete, Self-Curing Compound, Polyethylene Glycol, Compressive Strength, Flexural Strength, Split Tensile Strength.

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  Paper Title: WOMEN & SOCIAL POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN INDIA – ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR1944822

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR1944822

  Register Paper ID - 195938

  Title: WOMEN & SOCIAL POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN INDIA – ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

  Author Name(s): Dr.Ramesh.B.Malagi

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 78-86

 Year: March 2017

 Downloads: 39

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on to their population. Despite an increase in voting percentage in the recently held assembly and gener

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  Paper Title: DIFFICULTIES IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO RURAL STUDENTS

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR1903996

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR1903996

  Register Paper ID - 194964

  Title: DIFFICULTIES IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO RURAL STUDENTS

  Author Name(s): T.VIJAYA KUMAR, Dr I.S.Malekar

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 31-41

 Year: March 2017

 Downloads: 37

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ities as city students had (i.e.) language lab, audio visual aids and what not. Generally rural students consider Eng

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  Paper Title: PRODUCTION AND MARKETING DIMENSIONS OF SUNFLOWER IN GADAG DISTRICT

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR1903995

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR1903995

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  Title: PRODUCTION AND MARKETING DIMENSIONS OF SUNFLOWER IN GADAG DISTRICT

  Author Name(s): Basavarajappa P.T

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 21-30

 Year: March 2017

 Downloads: 28

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ught tolerance, photo period insensitively, early maturity, high

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  Paper Title: PRODUCTIVITY AND ECONOMICS OF SUNFLOWER IN RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT VERMICOMPOST FROM VARIOUS ORGANIC SOURCES UNDER CAUVERY DELTA REGION OF TAMIL NADU

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR1903992

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  Title: PRODUCTIVITY AND ECONOMICS OF SUNFLOWER IN RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT VERMICOMPOST FROM VARIOUS ORGANIC SOURCES UNDER CAUVERY DELTA REGION OF TAMIL NADU

  Author Name(s): S. RAMESH

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 773-778

 Year: March 2017

 Downloads: 34

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Field experiment was conducted at the experimental farm, Department of Agronomy, Annamalai University to study the productivity and economics of sunflower in response to different vermicompost from various organic sources under Cauvery delta region of Tamil Nadu.. The experiment with ten treatment combinations were laidout in randomized block design and replicated thrice. The ten treatment includes absolute control, recommended dose of fertilizer alone and graded dose of fertilizer nitrogen along with different organic composts and vermicompost.All the treatments exerted significant influence on growth and yield attributes and oil content of sunflower over the control. Application of 75% recommended dose nitrogen (RDN) + pressmud vermicompost @ 2.5 t ha-1 significantly recorded the higher plant height (169.80 cm), leaf area index (4.80 ) seed yield ( 1825.77 kg ha-1 ) oil content (40.47%) and oil yield (738.89 kg ha-1). Recommended dose Nitrogen (50 kg N) alone recorded lower seed yield , oil content and oil yield among the treatment combinations. However it was significantly higher than control (no fertilizer and no organic manure). The next in order of ranking was 75% RDN + sewage sludge vermicompost @ 2.5 t ha-1. The benefit cost ratio (2.99) was also found to be higher with 75% RDN + pressmud vermicompost @ 2.5 t ha-1.


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Organic manures, Vermicompost, Sunflower, Nitrogen, Growth, Seed yield, Oil content and Oil yield and BCR.

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  Paper Title: DYNAMICS OF NITROGEN BY THE COMBINED USE OF ORGANIC COMPOST AND INORGANIC FERTILIZER NITROGEN ON NUTRIENT UPTAKE AND POST HARVEST SOIL FERTILITY STATUS IN COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.)

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR1903991

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR1903991

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  Title: DYNAMICS OF NITROGEN BY THE COMBINED USE OF ORGANIC COMPOST AND INORGANIC FERTILIZER NITROGEN ON NUTRIENT UPTAKE AND POST HARVEST SOIL FERTILITY STATUS IN COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.)

  Author Name(s): S. Ramesh, S. Elankavi, S. Jawahar, K.Suseendran

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 767-772

 Year: January 2017

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A field experiment was conducted at experimental farm, Faculty of Agriculture, Annamalai University to study the dynamics of nitrogen by the combined use of organic compost and inorganic fertilizer nitrogen on nutrient uptake and post harvest soil fertility status in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). The soil of the experiment farm is deep clay, low in available nitrogen, medium in available phosphorus and high in available potassium. The experiment was conducted in randomized block design and replicated thrice. The experiment comprised of eight treatments, which includes absolute control (No fertilizer and no organic manure), recommended dose of nitrogen alone and graded dose of fertilizer nitrogen along with different organic manures viz., farmyard manure, pressmud compost, vermicompost, poultry manure, water hyacinth compost and sugar cane trash compost. Use of different sources and combination sources of nitrogen had significant influence on seed cotton and stalk yields of cotton, NPK uptake and post harvest soil nutrient status. The results of the experiment showed that 75% N through fertilizer along with 25 % N through vermicompost significantly recorded maximum seed cotton and stalk yields of cotton over other organic manures in combination with inorganic fertilizer, which was followed by 75% N through fertilizer along with 25 % N through pressmud compost. As per nitrogen use efficiency, plots received with 75% N through fertilizer along with 25 % N through vermicompost registered superior values of agronomic efficiency and apparent nitrogen recovery (%). Significantly lowest values for seed cotton, stalk yields, NPK uptake and post harvest soil available NPK was recorded in control (No fertilizer and no organic manure). Based on the above results, it could be concluded that 75% N through fertilizer along with 25%N through vermicompost will be more promising combination which resulted in higher yield of seed cotton and maintain good soil fertility.


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Agronomic Efficiency (AE), Apparent Nitrogen Recovery (%) (ANR), Nitrogen, NPK uptake, Seed cotton yield, Vermicompost

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