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  • (PDF) Stone Crushers and Dust Problem - ResearchGate

    Abstract. ABSTRACT Stones are used in all the facet of life of human beings. Rocks are broken into small pieces, in a stone crusher. Crushing of boulders lead to production

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  • A STUDY ON THE USE OF CRUSHED STONE AGGREGATE AND

    Crushed stone aggregate was obtained from nearby stone crusher plants of Visakhapatnam. After brushing the aggregate it was washed and dried. A set of sieves such as 53mm, 26.5mm, 9.5mm etc. have identified for the gradation of stone aggregate and for the fine aggregate 4.75mm, 2.36mm, 0.425mm, 0.075mm sizes were identified. Various percentages of

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  • Dust exposure risk from stone crushing to workers and ...

    Nov 11, 2019  Up to10%cash back  The aim of this study was to assess the effects of stone crushing dust pollution on three commonly cultivated fruit plant species (Vitis vinifera L., Morus alba L., and Prunus armeniaca L.) and on the health of workers working at crushing plants. The trial was carried out on fruit plant species grown close to the stone crushing units located near the northwestern

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  • HEALTH HAZARDS OF STONE CRUSHER WORKERS IN

    HEALTH HAZARDS OF STONE CRUSHER WORKERS IN RAJAPALAYAM TALUK–A CASE STUDY Mr. V. Marichamy Ph.D., Research Scholar, Department of Economics and Centre for Research ... Abstract Stone Crushing unit is an important industrial sector in the country engaged in producing of ... Control Board, (2 012) have carried out a study on “Report of the ...

  • Effect of Stone Crusher on Ambient Air Quality

    Abstract - As increase in demand of construction material there is highly increment in use of coarse and fine aggregates. The coarse aggregates and artificial fine aggregates are crushed in stone crusher. Stone crusher creates lot of noise and it emits dust particles in environment. Because of more

  • (PDF) Engineering Design And Development Of A Small ...

    Stone crushers are developed for reducing the size of stones to a desired size. Till today for reducing sizes of stones from 10cm x 10cm to 2.5cm x 2.5cm in quarries is a laborious job and is done ...

  • An investigation into respiratory health problems of ...

    Mar 05, 2018  Occupational exposure to dust is a major health and safety concern for workers in developing countries. Such laborers are often exposed to dust without being aware of its threat to their health. In the process of crushing stone, mineralogical materials are released into the environment. The material includes dust, fumes, ashes or other industrial waste which may constitute toxic elements.

  • Journal of Biosciences Indian Academy of Sciences

    Abstract. Human colonization in India encompasses a span of at least half-a-million years and is divided into two broad periods, namely the prehistoric (before the emergence of writing) and the historic (after writing). The prehistoric period is divided into stone, bronze and iron ages. The stone age is further divided into palaeolithic ...

  • Benzoin Thiosemicarbazone Inhibits Growth and Triggers ...

    Jul 22, 2019  Anticancer drug development is now an emerging field of research all over the world. In this study we attempt to synthesize a novel, simple, inexpensive and safe chemical agents Benzoin thiosemicarbazone (BTSC) and studied against Ehrlich Ascites Carcinoma (EAC) cells bearing Swiss Albino mice by monitoring in vivo tumor cell growth inhibition, survival time of tumor bearing swiss

  • A STUDY ON THE USE OF CRUSHED STONE AGGREGATE AND

    Nagaraj T.S and Bhanu et al (2000) have studied the effect of rock dust and pebble as aggregate in cement and concrete. Wood S.A et.al reported that the quality of crushed stone dust depends on the type of parent materials. In this an attempt is made to study the effect of Crusher Dust and Crushed Stone Mixes in studying their Strength ...

  • Fermented beverage and food storage in 13,000 y-old stone ...

    Oct 01, 2018  The stone-boiling method may have been used for cooking and mashing in Natufian sites (Hayden, et al., 2013), although this suggestion needs to be tested in future studies. 6. Discussion and conclusions. This multi-disciplinary research on a sample of the Raqefet Cave stone mortars sheds new light on Natufian ritual behavior.

  • A sword in the rosetta stone. - Abstract - Europe PMC

    Jun 01, 2005  A sword in the rosetta stone. ... Journal of Biosciences, 01 Jun 2005, 30(3): 289-291 ... To arrive at the top five similar articles we use a word-weighted algorithm to compare words from the Title and Abstract of each citation. A weed for all reasons. Irish VF, Day CD. Genome Biol, 6(10) ...

  • (PDF) The Versatile Silicone: Case Report Aishwarya ...

    Scholars Academic Journal of Biosciences (SAJB) ISSN 2321-6883 (Online) Sch. Acad. J. Biosci., 2014; 2(11): 845-848 ISSN 2347-9515 (Print) ©Scholars Academic and Scientific Publisher (An International Publisher for Academic and Scientific Resources) saspublisher Case Report The Versatile Silicone: Case Report MallikarjunaRagher1, Aishwarya Chatterjee2, Sanketsopan Patil3,

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    Abstract: Real-time fluoro-sensing is a promising crop sensing technology to support variable-rate nutrient management for precision agricultural practices. The objective of this study was to evaluate the potential of fluoro-sensing to detect the variability of nitrogen (N) and potassium (K) in the crop canopy at the early growth stages of ...

  • (PDF) Technical Report on Brick masonry Structures ...

    This research paper reports the results of vertical load test on nine full scale double leaf brick cavity walls. Masonry mortar 1:1:6 (cement: lime: sand) was used as a binding material in the construction of wall. Two types of ties, brick and standard steel ties were used to

  • (PDF) METHODS OF SIZE REDUCTION AND FACTORS AFFECTING SIZE ...

    Four crushing systems commonly used for other materials (e.g. mineral ores, plastic, wood, biomass) were scrutinized: crusher with sound waves, friction plate mill, 4-shaft shredder and drum chipper.

  • Journal of Biosciences Indian Academy of Sciences

    Journal of Biosciences; Subhash Gaddipati. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 38 Issue 1 March 2013 pp 123-134 Articles. Derivation, characterization and retinal differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells. Subba Rao Mekala Vasundhara Vauhini Usha Nagarajan Savitri Maddileti Subhash Gaddipati Indumathi Mariappan

  • GRINDING STONES - Stone Age Artifacts of the World

    The lower stone was either small enough to be portable or incorporated into a layer of bedrock. Some of the names they have been referred to are grinding stones, quern stones, grinding slabs, milling stones, metates, morahs, and bedrock metates. The upper stone was either small and held in one hand or large and used with both hands.

  • Honey and its Phytochemicals: Plausible Agents in ...

    Jan 21, 2016  Muhammad Jawad Nasim, Polina Denezhkin, Muhammad Sarfraz, Roman Leontiev, Yannik Ney, Ammar Kharma, Sharoon Griffin, Muhammad Irfan Masood, Claus Jacob, The Small Matter of a Red Ox, a Particularly Sensitive Pink Cat, and the Quest for the Yellow Stone of Wisdom, Current Pharmacology Reports, 10.1007/s40495-018-0152-3, 4, 5, (380-396), (2018).

  • Eggplants - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Abstract. Eggplant cultivation and consumption have spread to almost all parts of the world. It is ranked among the top 10 vegetables for high content of phenolic acids and antioxidant properties. Eggplants differ widely in size, shape, color, and compositional traits. The purple-colored eggplant is preferred by the consumers over the white and ...

  • Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance: Prevalence ...

    Mar 11, 2018  ABSTRACT This review describes new developments in the study of transgenerational epigenetic inheritance, a component of epigenetics. We start

  • Petrological and geochemical characterisation of the ...

    Aug 04, 2021  1. Introduction. In 2015, Mr Robin Phillips from Bath (UK) contacted Historic England reporting that his father, Mr Robert Phillips of Aventura (Florida, USA), owned a core extracted from one of the large ‘sarsen stones’ at Stonehenge [sarsen is a vernacular term for the geochemical sediment silcrete; see 1, 2].The family had had the core in their possession for over 40 years and wanted to ...

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    Aug 16, 2021  Researchers Study Body Orientation during Lab-Based Machinery Egress Wednesday, May 12, 2021 Slip-and-fall injuries are a significant risk for farm-equipment operators entering and exiting cabs. In an award-winning paper published in JASH, researchers report on the entry and exit behaviors of experienced operators, with the aim of identifying opportunities for safety enhancement.

  • Gender Differences in Determinants and Consequences of ...

    Gender differences in economic determinants of health and illness. Productive labour is usually defined as labour performed outside the household in income-generating employment; reproductive labour includes work done within the household, such as food preparation, childcare, housework, care of livestock and kitchen gardens.

  • Fermented beverage and food storage in 13,000 y-old stone ...

    Oct 01, 2018  The stone-boiling method may have been used for cooking and mashing in Natufian sites (Hayden, et al., 2013), although this suggestion needs to be tested in future studies. 6. Discussion and conclusions. This multi-disciplinary research on a sample of the Raqefet Cave stone mortars sheds new light on Natufian ritual behavior.

  • (PDF) Development of polyvalent degenerate oligonucleotide ...

    [Show full abstract] Molecular detection of the coat-protein (CP) gene of the PNRSV by means of reverse transcription – polymerase chain, with a primer pair that amplifies the complete CP region ...

  • The Evolutionary Genetics of Canalization The Quarterly ...

    Christian Braendle, Marie-Anne Félix The other side of phenotypic plasticity: a developmental system that generates an invariant phenotype despite environmental variation, Journal of Biosciences 34, no.4 4 (Jan 2009): 543–551.

  • Self-Healing Concrete

    4 recent years. 8 9 10 Microorganisms, which produce calcium carbonate, and their nutrients are combined with the concrete mixture prior to pouring. The most promising bacteria for the self-healing process are those found within the Bacillaceae family, more specifically those within the Bacillus genera. Organisms within this genera are ideal choices for concrete applications because

  • (PDF) BIOFILM MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES OF TWO MAN

    [Show full abstract] isolates.Results: In this study, a total of 6 actinobacterial colonies were isolated, out of which only one isolate DV-35 showed maximum anti-microbial andanti-oxidant ...

  • People’s perception on impacts of hydro-power projects in ...

    Mar 01, 2017  The people’s perception on environmental and socio-economic impacts due to three hydro-electric projects (HEPs; commissioned and under construction) were studied in the north-west Indian Himalaya. Surveys among 140 project-affected people (PAPs) using a checklist of impacts indicate that among the negative impacts, decrease in flora/fauna, agriculture, flow of river, aesthetic beauty;

  • GRINDING STONES - Stone Age Artifacts of the World

    The lower stone was either small enough to be portable or incorporated into a layer of bedrock. Some of the names they have been referred to are grinding stones, quern stones, grinding slabs, milling stones, metates, morahs, and bedrock metates. The upper stone was either small and held in one hand or large and used with both hands.

  • Intravesical Migration of Missed Intrauterine Device ...

    Intrauterine device is the most widely used method of reversible contraception. It may cause various complications including perforation of uterus. In this case, 44-year-old woman was presented with lower urinary tract symptoms after six years of insertion. Patient has no remarkable physical or laboratory finding but abdominal ultrasound revealed a 27#x2009;mm hyperechogenicity, suggestive of ...

  • Colorectal cancer with venous tumor thrombosis - ScienceDirect

    May 01, 2018  The report also revealed that the incidence of liver metastasis from colorectal cancer was 38.1% (611/1604) and showed the rate of portal vein thrombosis to be fairly low. 54 In 2010, Sato et al 5 showed in their Japanese report that three cases (1.7%) of 176 patients with advanced colorectal carcinoma were found to have venous tumor thrombosis ...

  • The Growing Evidence for Photobiomodulation as a Promising ...

    Dec 27, 2018  Journal of Biosciences and Medicines Vol.06 No.12(2018), Article ID:89418,11 pages 10.4236/jbm.2018.612010. The Growing Evidence for Photobiomodulation as a Promising Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease. Lew Lim

  • Digestive Challenges for Vertebrate Animals: Microbial ...

    Crossref reports the following articles citing this article: Brett R. Jesmer , Matthew J. Kauffman , Melanie A. Murphy , Jacob R. Goheen , Andrew Jackson A test of the Niche Variation Hypothesis in a ruminant herbivore , Journal of Animal Ecology 89 , no.12 12 (Oct 2020) : 2825–2839 .

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    from human calcium oxalate renal stone matrix by MALDI TOF MS. 27th European Urology Supplements, 11(1):e850.(Impact Factor 3.370) 38. Singh SK, Aggarwal KP, Tandon S, and Tandon C. (2012) Proteomic analysis of human calcium oxalate renal stone by

  • Sambucus nigra (elder) - CABI.org

    Sambucus is a large genus with a variety of changing synonymy recorded and some apparent continuing taxonomic confusion. USDA-NRCS (2002) uses the all-embracing species concept of S. nigra including three subspecies, subsp. nigra native to Europe, and the North American natives subsp. canadensis (L.) R. Bolli and subsp. cerulea (Raf.) R. bolli, which are, however, raised to species rank in ...

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