LIFE SCIENCES LEAFLETS 2018-10-01T03:53:48+00:00 DR N K PATEL Open Journal Systems <p>LIFE SCIENCES LEAFLETS is an international open access e journal,world wide abstract listed, published every month with ISSN, Free- membership, download and access.This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.</p> <p><strong>PEER REVIEWED,&nbsp;</strong><strong>REFEREED &amp; INDEXED JOURNAL</strong></p> <p><strong><a href=";&amp;Year=2013">UNIVERSAL IMPACT FACTOR</a>&nbsp;</strong><strong><a href=";&amp;Year=2013">Impact Factor 0.9285:2012; 1.2210:2013</a></strong></p> <p><strong><a href="">&nbsp;&nbsp; Index Copernicus&nbsp;</a>:&nbsp;</strong><strong><a href="">ICV 2011: 5.09</a>;&nbsp;</strong><strong><a href=";id_lang=3">2012: 6.42</a>;&nbsp;</strong><strong><a href=",p5368,3.htmlhttp:/">2013:15.80</a>;&nbsp;</strong><strong>2014:89.16;&nbsp;</strong><strong>2015: 78.30</strong></p> <p><strong><a href="">NAAS RATING OF SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS 2012 : 1.3; 2013-2014-2015:2.69</a>;&nbsp;</strong><strong><a href=";rct=j&amp;q=&amp;esrc=s&amp;source=web&amp;cd=1&amp;ved=0ahUKEwjeurq8lajRAhVELY8KHXsbDgUQFggbMAA&amp;;usg=AFQjCNF2n1AgvlR2t1Mey-2ntjzQ0hF5RA&amp;sig2=C0Qvusb2JkkEfSvgdcmmfg&amp;cad=rjahttp://">2017: 3.98</a></strong></p> <p><strong><a href="">SJIF</a>&nbsp;2012: 3.947, 2013: 4.802</strong></p> <p><strong>INFOBASE INDEX:&nbsp;</strong><strong>2015:4.56</strong></p> <p><a href=";ei=mKshV_DTNIfT8geN0L7gCQ&amp;gws_rd=ssl#q=ACADEMIC+KEYS%2B0976-1098">ACADEMIC KEYS</a>,&nbsp;<a href=";ei=mKshV_DTNIfT8geN0L7gCQ&amp;gws_rd=ssl#q=API%2B0976-1098http://">API</a>,&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=";view=list">BIBLIOTECA</a>,&nbsp;<strong><a href=";p=17">BIRMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY - VIRTUAL LIBRARY - ELECTRONIC JOURNALS</a>,</strong>&nbsp;<a href=";ei=mKshV_DTNIfT8geN0L7gCQ&amp;gws_rd=ssl#q=0976-1098%2BBLOG+SPOT">BLOG SPOT</a>,&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=";ei=mKshV_DTNIfT8geN0L7gCQ&amp;gws_rd=ssl#q=0976-1098%2BCANCER+TEST+COMMUNITY">CANCER TEST COMMUNITY</a>,&nbsp;<strong><a href=";rct=j&amp;q=&amp;esrc=s&amp;source=web&amp;cd=56&amp;cad=rja&amp;ved=0CE0QFjAFODI&amp;;ei=nqmFUrvrD8iIrQfD6YDoCQ&amp;usg=AFQjCNFxXgRnw1IOrS0BmIvroMEIp1VsOg&amp;sig2=ELeYaEtjafy0pSj3X8xRTQ">CHALMERS LIBRARY</a></strong>,&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong><a href="">CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY CATALOG</a>,</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=";ei=mKshV_DTNIfT8geN0L7gCQ&amp;gws_rd=ssl#q=DOAJ%2B0976-1098">DOAJ</a>,&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=";ei=la4hV_GMLrDT8geCso6YCg&amp;gws_rd=ssl#q=FACEBOOK%2B0976-1098">FACEBOOK</a>,&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=";ei=la4hV_GMLrDT8geCso6YCg&amp;gws_rd=ssl#q=0976-1098">GOOGLE</a>,&nbsp;<a href=";q=life+sciences+leaflets&amp;btnG=">GOOGLE SCHOLAR</a>,&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong><a href=";colors=7&amp;lang=en&amp;jour_id=170390">ELECTRONIC JOURNALS LIBRARY - GIGA</a></strong>,&nbsp;<strong><a href="">ELECTRONIC RESOURCES - HARLEY E.&nbsp; FRENCH LIBRARY OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES</a></strong>,&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ISA, INDIAN COLLEGE TEACHERS,&nbsp; JEVUSKA, JEXP SCIENCES,J-Gate plus,&nbsp; JOURNAL SEEKER LIB,&nbsp;<strong><a href=";category=&amp;searchtype=range&amp;title=&amp;BM=az&amp;SR=500&amp;NR=50&amp;lower=L&amp;upper=&amp;pubid=&amp;rft_val_fmt=&amp;provider=&amp;tableName=&amp;show.index.nav.titles=true">KAOHSINUG MEDICAL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY</a>,</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="">LIBRARIES AUSTRALIA</a>, LINKEDIN, MSN, MY SPACE, NEXT BIO, NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL CANADA, NAAS, NING,&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=";cd=4&amp;hl=en&amp;ct=clnk&amp;gl=in">J-GATE</a>,OPERA, OURGLOCAL,&nbsp;<strong><a href=";rct=j&amp;q=&amp;esrc=s&amp;source=web&amp;cd=95&amp;cad=rja&amp;ved=0CEcQFjAEOFo&amp;;ei=0auFUqGWNsH9rAfssICwDw&amp;usg=AFQjCNFbhLfL3RCcz9eSpyTnhUNYAQHpdw&amp;sig2=os6P0YITAkSLJ4VpLWqLxw">OHSU ELECTRONIC JOURNALS</a>,</strong>&nbsp;PUBGATE, UIKIU COLLEGE, REDIFF, RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY, RESEARCH BIB, RESEARCH COOPERATIVE,&nbsp;RESEARCH GATE, RES.TAGEN, SCIENCE CENTRAL, SCIENCE INDEX, SCRIBED,&nbsp;<em>SCIENCEPUBLISHINGGROUP,</em>&nbsp;SHAE,&nbsp;<strong><a href="">SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION LIBRARIES</a></strong>, &nbsp;<a href=";showfunder=all&amp;versions=all&amp;fIDnum=all&amp;la=en">SHERPA/ROMEO</a>, SFX.SCHOLARSPORTAL.INFO<em>,</em>&nbsp;<strong><em><a href="">SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY</a></em></strong><em>,&nbsp;</em>&nbsp;SHODHGANGA, TWITTER, ULRICH’SWEBTM,&nbsp;<strong><a href="">UNIVERSAL IMPACT FACTOR</a></strong>,&nbsp;<a href="">UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH,</a>&nbsp;<strong>&nbsp;<a href=";rct=j&amp;q=&amp;esrc=s&amp;source=web&amp;cd=30&amp;cad=rja&amp;ved=0CGoQFjAJOBQ&amp;;ei=0KeFUqP9F4ORrAeLmoHICQ&amp;usg=AFQjCNG2V_OznkpmK0tCJTpNHQ3Lqsyjyw&amp;sig2=BJNiNwqML27NeZD3HBOhGw">UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN LIBRARY</a></strong>, &nbsp;WIKIPEDIA, WIKI.LIVEDOOR YAHOO,&nbsp;<strong><a href="">WISSENSCHAFTSZENTRUM BERLIN FÃœR SOZIALFORSCHUNG, BERLIN</a>,&nbsp;</strong>&nbsp;<a href="">WORLDCAT</a>, ZENOBIUSZLIFE SCIENCES LEAFLETS is an international open access e journal,world wide abstract listed, published every month with ISSN, Free- membership, download and access.This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.</p> 1. CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT IN PERSPECTIVE OF LIVESTOCK SECTOR - AN OVERVIEW by SIMRAN SINGH1, DIBYENDU CHAKRABORTY2,HARSHIT VERMA3 AND NAZAM KHAN4 2018-09-29T08:25:55+00:00 DIBYENDU CHAKRABORTY2* <p>Livestock plays a vital role in the agricultural sector in developing nations. The inquisition on climate change and its implications is the focus of much scientific interest as it poses alarming threats to the development of livestock arena. Climate is a critical factor for production and reproduction in farm animals. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presages that by the 2100 the increase in global temperature may be between 1.8˚C and 4.0˚C. With increases of 1.5˚C to 2.5˚C, approximately 20 to 30 % of plant and animal species are exposed to the risk of extinction with dire outcomes for food security. The development of an action plan by different disciplines in coorporation is crucial considering the increasing food demand of the human population as well as can provide an adequate response to the challenges of climate change.</p> <p><strong><em>KEY WORDS: </em></strong><em>Livestock, Climate change, Production, Reproduction, Food demand.</em></p> 2018-10-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2. IN SILICO STUDY TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE STABILITY AND REACTIVITY OF JASMONIC ACID AND METHYL JASMONATE STEREOISOMERS FOR PLANT DEFENSE PROCESS by RUMA GANGULY AND SAILESH K. MEHTA 2018-09-29T08:30:12+00:00 RUMA GANGULY* AND SAILESH K. MEHTA* <p>The stereoisomers of Jasmonic acid and its derivative Methyl Jasmonate are known in the literature. The reactivity of these compounds varies with the substitutions at their chiral centers. Reports on the stability of such stereoisomers and their reactivity are scarce in the literature. We report the stability of the isomers of Jasmonic acid and its derivative Methyl Jasmonate computationally using Semi-empirical and DFT methods. The computed results suggest that there is predominance of trans- isomer in terms of energy and stability in unsubstituted Jasmonic acid and trans-isomer in plants seem to react with the specific receptor molecule. The unsubstituted Methyl Jasmonate cis-isomer is found to be stable compared to the trans-isomer and the energy difference between cis-isomer and trans- isomer is within the range of ~2.0 KJ/mol in the gas phase and aqueous medium.&nbsp; The experimental reports reveal that there is presence of 5-10% cis-isomers in the equilibrated mixture.[12] Therefore, it appears that the activity of unsubstituted Methyl Jasmonate presumably governed by the presence of its cis- and trans- forms to interact with respective/specific receptor. The bioassay&nbsp; for the induction of genes encoding Jasmonate inducible proteins(JIPs) in barley by&nbsp; Waard et al. (1997) reported that the cis- /trans mixture of 3-Me-Methyl Jasmonate is&nbsp; inactive[12] and the steric effect caused by presence of the bulky&nbsp; methyl group at C-3 position as the reason behind&nbsp; the inactivity. In our computational results, we have seen increase in the atomic distance between the side chains in trans-isomers in both Jasmonic acid and in Methyl Jasmonate after the addition of the methyl group at C-3 position of the cyclopentanone ring. This influences the volume of the molecules and hinders interaction with the specific receptor in receptor binding.</p> <p><strong><em>KEY WORDS: </em></strong><em>In Silico Study, Jasmonic acid, Methyl Jasmonate Stereoisomers, Plant Defense.</em></p> 2018-10-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 3. NON-SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DYSTOCIA DUE TO UTERINE TORSION IN A MEHSANA BUFFALO by S. M. KALASWA, T. V. SUTARIA, H. C. NAKHASHI, B. N. SUTHAR, V. L. SOLANKI, H. K.THUMAR AND M. R. PATEL 2018-09-29T08:33:53+00:00 S. M. KALASWA* <p>The present communication report a case of maternal dystocia due to post-cervical right side uterine torsion in a pluriparous Mehsana buffalo was treated successfully by adopting modified Schaffer's detorsion method followed by obstetrical procedure with delivered a dead male emphysematous calf. Then the buffalo was post-medicated with various fluids, analgesic, antibiotic and antihistamine parentally apart from intra-uterine passaries which resulted to normal health of affected Mehsana buffalo within few days.</p> <p><strong><em>KEY WORDS: </em></strong><em>Mehsana </em><em>buffalo, Dystocia, Uterine torsion, Modified schaffer’s method, Dead male emphysematous fetus.</em></p> 2018-10-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##