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RNA EDITING IN DISEASES by ARIJIT SHOME1 AND RATANTI SARKHEL2 2017-11-04T05:04:02+00:00 ARIJIT SHOME1 <p>RNA editing is one of the post-transcriptional RNA processes. RNA editing generates RNA and protein diversity in eukaryotes and results in specific amino acid substitutions, deletions, and changes in gene expression levels. Adenosine-to-inosine RNA editing represents the most important class of editing in human and affects function of many genes. The importance of balancing RNA modification levels across time and space is becoming increasingly evident. RNA editing has been observed in some tRNA, rRNA, mRNA or miRNA molecules of eukaryotes and their viruses, archaea and prokaryotes. RNA editing occurs in the cell nucleus and cytosol, as well as within mitochondria and plastids.</p> 2017-11-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 4. CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON WATER RESOURCE OF AFGHAN PART AMU RIVER BASIN by MOHAMMAD DAWOD SHIRZAD1 AND HITESH ARVINDBHAI SOLANKI2 2017-11-12T05:58:21+00:00 MOHAMMAD DAWOD SHIRZAD1 HITESH ARVINDBHAI SOLANKI2 <p>Following three decades, political climate change, unrest and civil war, Afghanistan faces many different environmental problems; mainly water is a serious problem nationwide. Because of Afghanistan’s innate landlocked country, virtually all&nbsp;&nbsp; major Afghanistan’s rivers drain off into riparian neighbouring countries. According to the UNEP post-conflict environment Assessment report on Afghanistan, where as the country as a whole uses less than one-third of its water potential 75000 million cubic meters. Due to water scarcity, damaged water infrastructure systems during long term climate change and civil war in urban and rural areas, water is a major and&nbsp;&nbsp; important&nbsp;&nbsp; problem, especially in Afghan part Amu river basin. Afghan part Amu river basin is divided into three categories, mountainous area, the area where using of water is with more cost and the plat areas. The 3ed category is more affected in the recent climate change, many hundred hectare land has destructed in the unseasonal flood, caused by rapid melting of glaciers during the year. In general Afghan part of the Amu river basin is located in the upstream part of the Amu river basin. In the recent climate change in Afghan part Amu river basin as a result of drought in (1999-2003) in&nbsp;&nbsp; Afghanistan specially in the Amu river basin degraded&nbsp;&nbsp; widespread natural resources: lowered water tables, dried up wetlands, eroded land, depleted wildlife populations and denuded forests.&nbsp; Excessive extraction of water for agriculture proposes combined with long term drought has led to drastic declines in water resources&nbsp;&nbsp; and absolutely Amu’s Environment is under the great pressures<em>.</em></p> 2017-11-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 3. INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC, INORGANIC AND BIOFERTILIZERS ON QUALITY CHARACTERS OF TOMATO FRUITS by GOLDI JAIN1, K.N. NAGAICH1, K.V. SINGH AND V.B. SINGH3 2017-11-04T05:05:04+00:00 GOLDI JAIN1* <p>Organic farming is a production system which avoids or largely excludes the use of synthetically produced fertilizers, pesticides, growth regulators and livestock feed additives. Due to escalating cost of chemical fertilizers and objective of minimizing environmental pollution, the search of alternative source of plant nutrients is imperative. The present investigation was conducted during Rabi season 2015-16 and 2016-17 in the experimental field of Department of Horticulture, Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya (RVSKVV), College of Agriculture, Gwalior (M.P.). Amongst the combined application of organic and inorganic nutrients, T<sub>11</sub> continued to be the best with respect to quality also. The highest pooled mean of total soluble solids (6.10 °Brix), ascorbic acid content (28.22 mg/100g of pulp), number of locules per fruit (6.50) and pericarp thickness of fruit (68.15 mm) were from the fertility treatment T<sub>11</sub>. The second best fertility treatment was T<sub>10</sub> 50 %NPK (60:30:40 kg/ha) and 50% FYM (12ton/ha) along with Azospirillium (2 kg/ha)). T<sub>1 </sub>(control) was found to have least number of (3.00) among all the treatments<strong>. </strong>On the other hand, the cumulative functions of applied nutrients played unique differential role in metabolism which provided conductive conditions for better utilization of photosynthates towards qualitative changes in tomato<em>.</em></p> 2017-11-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2. A REVIEW ON ENDANGERED PLANT -LEPTADENIA RETICULATA (RETZ.) WIGHT. & ARN. by M.A. CHAUDHARY AND R.A. CHAUDHARY 2017-11-04T05:05:33+00:00 M.A. CHAUDHARY* * <p><em>Leptadenia reticulate </em>(Retz.) Wight. &amp; Arn. is a twinning shrub of Asclepiadaceae family. It is an endangered in nature, also known as Jivanti or Dodi. It has lots of medicinal property. It is also one of the important drugs in Ayurveda which is used in treatment of many of the disease. It’s principle constituent are Leptadenol, a-sitosterol, a-amyrin and alkaloid like Jibentin and á and a-Jivantic acids and also contains the alterative, aphrodisiac, astringent, Galactogogue, diuretic and used as atonic in debility due to seminal discharges, also useful in asthma. This review presents the valuable properties of <em>Leptadenia reticulata.</em></p> 2017-11-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 4. HERD STRUCTURE OF KANKREJ CATTLE AT AN ORGANIZED FARM by Dr. K. J. ANKUYA1, DR. K. B. PRAJAPATI2 AND DR. ABHINAV JOSHI3 2017-11-04T05:08:02+00:00 kanubhai jivabhai ankuya KARSANBHAI B. PRAJAPATI, Dr. ABHISEK RAJENDRAPRASAD JOSHI <p>An analysis was performed to study the herd structure of Kankrej cattle at an organized farm of Gujarat State. The data were collected from Livestock Research Station, S. D. Agricultural University, Sardarkrushinagar. Data were collected from Livestock records from January 2003 to December 2013. The herd strength ranged between 199.50 to 230.00 with a mean of 176.86 ± 08.25 units. The average herd composition includes cow, heifer (above two year), heifer (1-2 year), heifer calf, male (above two year), male (1-2 year), male calf, breeding bull and bullock/teaser was 89.91 ± 04.11, 28.55 ± 01.73, 10.09 ±&nbsp; 00.45, 08.43 ± 00.37, 07.88 ± 01.35, 06.91 ± 00.60, 08.57 ± 00.62, 09.89 ± 03.24 and 06.64 ± 01.48&nbsp; units, respectively. The average proportion of animals against respective categories was 50.84, 16.14, 05.71, 04.77, 04.45, 03.91, 04.84, 05.59 and 03.75 per cent. Female : male ratio was found to be 70 : 30.</p> 2017-10-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##