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  Paper Title: A REVIEW ON PLANT DISEASE DETECTION TECHNIQUES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007107
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  Title: A REVIEW ON PLANT DISEASE DETECTION TECHNIQUES

  Author Name(s): Jamil Ahemad Abdul Hafiz Shaikh

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 1505-1510

 Year: January 2020

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The prevention and control in plant disease plays vital role in architectural filed. Accurate and rapid diagnostic of disease helps to control the disease at early stage. The detection of plant disease using automatic technique is beneficial and reduces large work of monitoring each individual plant in the farm. A combined usage of image processing techniques and machine learning techniques helps to recognize the disease. This paper includes the study of existing systems for plant disease detection. The study includes various technique used for disease detection its advantages and limitations. Based on the existing work analysis, a new system is proposed. In the proposed system, plant leaf image features are extracted using Gabor filter and watershed segmentation algorithm which includes the color, texture and intensity property of image. Based on the extracted features the image is compared with existing disease training data. The test image is labeled with the related disease using classification technique.


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Image Processing, Machine learning, Plant Disease, Naive Bays, SVM, Random Forest

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  Paper Title: COMPARISON OF INCIDENCE OF HYPOTENSION WITH CRYSTALLOID PRE-HYDRATION AND CO-HYDRATION IN PREGNANT WOMEN DURING SPINAL ANAESTHESIA FOR CAESAREAN DELIVERY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2003153
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  Title: COMPARISON OF INCIDENCE OF HYPOTENSION WITH CRYSTALLOID PRE-HYDRATION AND CO-HYDRATION IN PREGNANT WOMEN DURING SPINAL ANAESTHESIA FOR CAESAREAN DELIVERY

  Author Name(s): Kathana Panmei Basnet

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 1169-1173

 Year: January 2020

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Caesarean delivery is now one of the most common practices throughout the world. The most common serious side effect of spinal anaesthesia is maternal hypotension. The aim of the current study was to compare the incidence of hypotension with crystalloid pre-hydration and co-hydration in pregnant women undergoing caesarean section. This prospective study was conducted on 50 pregnant women in Parsa, Nepal. The study patients were divided into two groups (crystalloid pre-hydration group and co-hydration group) consisting of 25 patients in each group. Haemodynamic parameters such as heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure were monitored. In the present study after the induction of spinal anaesthesia both systolic and diastolic blood pressure was gradually decreased from baseline among the pregnant women. the blood pressure of the pregnant women with crystalloid co-hydration was significantly higher than that of pregnant women with crystalloid pre-hydration. The occurrence of hypotension among the women with crystalloid co-hydration was significantly lower than of women with crystalloid pre-hydration. Our study shows crystalloid co-hydration administered immediately after the induction of spinal anaesthesia for caesarean section is associated with a lesser incidence of hypotension than crystalloid pre-hydration.


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Spinal anaesthesia; maternal hypotension, crystalloid pre-hydration, co-hydration

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  Paper Title: YAGYA - A SPIRITUAL WAY TO TREAT DISEASES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2001002
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  Title: YAGYA - A SPIRITUAL WAY TO TREAT DISEASES

  Author Name(s): Dr Reema Sonkar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 16-20

 Year: January 2020

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Cosmos have two types of energies � sound and heat. A beautiful compilation of these two energies are seen in Yagya; sound (in the form of Mantras) and heat (in the form of thermal energy). Yagya have three aspects- Subtle, Social, Scientific. Yagya is a process aimed at the refinement of the subtle energy existing in matter with the energy of Mantras. The knowledge of philosophy and science of Yagya is an essential for understanding and experimenting the science of spirituality as the knowledge of elementary physics is for material based science.


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Yagya Therapy, Veda, Ayurveda, Diseases, Medicinal herbal smoke

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  Paper Title: MICRO-WEAR IN MODERN SQUIRRELS IN RELATION TO DIET

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2001001
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  Title: MICRO-WEAR IN MODERN SQUIRRELS IN RELATION TO DIET

  Author Name(s): Sharnagouda, B.H

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 1

 Pages: 1-15

 Year: January 2020

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Dental micro-wear consists of microscopic damage features on the occlusal surfaces of tooth enamel and reflects physical properties of the diet, as well as enamel structure and post-mortem history of the tooth. Micro-wear analysis has been used to infer the diets of extinct mammals through comparison of features on fossil teeth with those on teeth of living mammals with known diets. A method for documenting micro-wear of large mammals using a light microscope was developed as an alternative to approaches based on scanning electron microscopy. We adapted this method for investigating micro-wear features on squirrel teeth. Both modern and fossil squirrels occur in diverse terrestrial habitats and eat a range of herbivorous to omnivorous diets. We compared micro-wear features from upper molars of several modern species of frugivorous tree squirrels and omnivorous ground squirrels. We also examined fossil sciurid from the Miocene Siwalik sequence of India the central plains of the United States. We found significant differences in micro-wear features among modern squirrels of different diets and habitats, suggesting that micro-wear features can be used to infer the diets or preferred habitats of extinct species. Micro-wear features were preserved on some of the fossil specimens. A comparison of Pliocene Spermophilus rexroadensis to modern Spermophilus suggests a diet similar to that of the modern species examined. Micro-wear of Miocene Eutamias differed from the pattern in any of the living squirrels examined. The approach presented here holds strong potential for illuminating the trophic geomorphology of small-mammal fossils.


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micro-wear, squirrels, Sciuridae, paleoecology, ecomorphology

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  Paper Title: TEST

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.12
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 Volume: 8

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 Pages: 12

 Year: January 2020

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