Case Study of Viral Hepatitis Based on Immigration Situation with Summary Review

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Content: Lately recent wars left the world in shell-shocked with a number of immigrants, huge numbers of people with lack of sanitary condition and hygienic practice give us a danger alarm about children future in whole countries that accepted the immigrates and under immigration system. On the other hand, the tremendous number of refugee’s increases paralleled with the number of wars happened in the last decades. The main target of this work is to focus on viral hepatitis epidemic during immigration time and shed light on this case to solve and find the best solution for it.

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Temephos Resistance in Three Populations of Culex pipiens Collected from Three Districts of Southern Tunisia and Its Significance for the Resistance Mechanism

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The aim of this study was to investigate the resistance to temephos (OP) in three populations of Culex pipiens collected from three districts of Southern Tunisia and its significance for the resistance mechanism.

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Detection of Fusobacterium necrophorum Leukotoxin (lkta) Gene Sequence in the Oral Cavity of Captive Macropods

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Fusobacterium necrophorumis an important aetiological agent of periodontal diseases (gingivitis and lumpy jaw) in captive macropods. The leukotoxin encoded by the lktAgene is a major virulence factor of F. necrophorum. In the present study, lktA gene sequences were detected by PCR in the oral cavity of 21/58 (36%) captive yellow footed rock wallabies and mainland tammar wallabies at two zoological parks in South Australia. .

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Effect of Short Term Exposure to Different Environmental Temperature on Physiological Adaptability of Malpura Ewes

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A study was conducted to establish the effect of short term exposure to different environmental temperature on the physiological adaptability of Malpura ewes in the semi-arid tropical environment.

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Elucidating Variable Traits of #Flower Pigments in Clivian Plants’ Species

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Colour patterns of flowers are vital commercial characteristics that influence floricultural plants and industries around the globe because of the multiple colour pigmentation produced by flowering plants. Flower colour patterns comprising different sets of colour can be found in many #plant species and their cultivars. The varieties of an ornamental cultivated flowering plant like #Clivia have also improved significantly in the floricultural industry worldwide.

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Quality Attributes of #Broccoli

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The experiment was carried out at High #Mountain Arid Agricultural Research Institute (HMAARI) Leh of SKUAST-#Kashmir during Kharif 2014 and Kharif 2015 to assess the effect of different planting dates, fertilizer doses and spacings on head quality attributes of F1 broccoli ‘Fiesta’ under cold a rid Ladakh conditions..Read more

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Dengue fever: Symptoms, treatments, and prevention

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Content: Dengue fever can vary from mild to severe; severe forms include dengue shock syndrome and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF). Patients who develop the most serious forms of dengue fever usually need to be hospitalized.

There are currently no vaccines for dengue fever. The best way to prevent the disease is to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes altogether. Although there is no precise treatment for dengue, it is treatable if caught before developing into dengue shock syndrome or dengue hemorrhagic fever.

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