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Open Access Category: BJCSIT Total View - 2
Common Fixed Point Theorems of Some Hybrid Iterative Schemes for Inequality Operators in Banach Spaces Paper ID: BJCSIT-29-10-2019-149
Abstract : In this paper, we introduce some hybrid iterative schemes (Picard-Ishikawa, Picard-AK, Picard-S hybrid iterative schemes) in line with Picard-Mann scheme and establish some strong convergence results for generalized contractive-like inequality operators introduced by Imoru and Olatinwo [10] in a Banach space. We also compare the convergence speed of CR, SP, Picard-Mann hybrid iterative schemes with our results (Picard-S, Picard-AK, Picard-Ishikawa hybrid iterative shemes). It is shown that one of our results (Picard-S iterative scheme) converges faster than others (CR, SP, Picard-AK, Picard- Ishikawa, Picard-Mann hybrid iterative schemes) for increasing functions, while the Picard-AK scheme is faster than CR scheme for decreasing function. Our results generalize and extend multitude of results in the literature, including the results of Khan [13].
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Open Access Category: AJAHS Total View - 4
Performance of Onion (Allium cepa L.) in Organic System Using Combined Organic Fertilizer and Trichoderma in Split Application Paper ID: AJAHS-28-10-2019-148
Abstract : Conventional onion production in Nueva Ecija, Philippines requires excessive application of inorganic fertilizer and pesticides for maximum yield and protection from pests. In an effort to develop an alternative farming practices that is environment friendly, the research aimed to determine the response of onion on the combined use of organic fertilizer and Trichoderma in split application. The following were the treatments carried out in an organic area in a completely randomized block design: Treatment 1= Organic fertilizer alone (8t/ha) applied at planting; Treatment 2= Organic fertilizer (8t/ha) applied twice (basal and at 30 DAT); Treatment 3= Organic fertilizer (8t/ha) applied twice (basal and at 30 DAT) plus Trichoderma applied once at planting; Treatment 4= Organic fertilizer (8t/ha) applied basal and at 30DAT + Trichoderma applied twice at planting and at 30 DAT ; and Treatment 5= Organic fertilizer (8t/ha) applied twice at planting and at 30 DAT + Trichoderma applied thrice at planting, 30 DAT and during bulb formation Results indicate that the combined application of organic fertilizer (8t/ha) applied twice (basal and at 30 DAT) + Trichoderma applied thrice at planting, 30 DAT and during bulb formation consistently recorded the highest yield of 15.33 t/ha and 14.50 t/ha, during the first and second year trials, respectively.
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Open Access Category: EJFTE Total View - 1
Modeling of cloth-fell movement on an air jet loom Paper ID: EJFTE-25-10-2019-145
Abstract : Weaving is the most versatile means of fabric formation. During the weaving process, it is essential to maintain a stationary cloth fell to ensure fabric quality despite cyclic variation in warp tension due to shedding, beat-up, take-up and let-off actions. Though many attempts have been made by researchers to model cloth-fell movement, these attempts were made under assumptions that may not be realistic due to the complex tension profile of the warp and hence could not provide high accuracy. A mathematical model explaining the relationship between the initial warp tension and the cloth-fell movement with a high level of accuracy has been developed by considering material properties such as elastic moduli, shed parameters, shed geometry, loom parameters and slay-mechanism parameters. The model has been validated using experimental results obtained with an accuracy of ± 0.15 mm that statistically demonstrated that no difference exists between the experimental and theoretical results at a 95% confidence level. The model developed can help even an inexperienced loom operator set the initial warp tension to acceptably control cloth-fell movement, which determines the quality of the woven fabric; hence, these findings have significant industrial implications.
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Open Access Category: AJMPR Total View - 5
HEMATOPOIETIC PROPENSITY OF ETHANOLIC LEAF EXTRACT OF Colocasia esculenta LINN. IN WISTAR RATS Paper ID: AJMPR-17-10-2019-140
Abstract : The aim of this study is to evaluate the hematopoietic propensity of ethanolic leaf extract of Colocasia esculenta in wistar rats. Fifteen rats used for the experiment were acclimatized for seven days were divided into three groups of five rats each. Animals in group A were administered saline solution, those in group B were administered 250 mg/kg body weight of C. esculenta leaf extract, while those in group C were administered 500 mg/kg body weight of C. esculenta leaf extract. The administration was done 12 hourly for twenty-eight days via oral route since the plant is consumed orally. At the end of the treatment, animals were fasted overnight and anaesthetized using diethyl ether. Blood samples were collected by cardiac puncture. A significant increase was observed in the PCV, Hb, RBC, MCV, WBC, lymphocyte, neutrophil and platelet counts of control animals when compared with those treated with leaf extract of C. esculenta at p<0.05. The significant increase observed in the erythrocyte parameters of animals used in this study indicates that C. esculenta leaves have haematopoietic properties and can be used to boost blood level especially in menstruating and pregnant women as well as anaemia patients. Its ability to significantly increase white blood cell parameters is an indication that C. esculenta leaves can boost the immune system and thus defend the body against xenobiotics.
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Open Access Category: AJAHS Total View - 8
Screening of Cane Genotypes Under Sprinkler Irrigation at Early Selection Stage for Tolerance to Sugarcane Streak Mosaic Virus (SCSMV) at Ferké Sugar Estates in Ivory Coast Paper ID: AJAHS-17-10-2019-139
Abstract : Sugarcane streak mosaic virus (SCSMV) became the major endemic disease of economic importance in Ivorian sugar estates almost two years ago, which spreads very fast across plantations and varieties. The study aimed to determine resistant sugarcane genotypes against SCSMV in Ferké sugar estates. It involved five experiments conducted at first selection stage under sprinkler irrigation, following a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with 20 to 30 different genotypes, two check varieties included, all in 4 replicates. Experiments were planted in October or December 2018, and expected to be harvested in November or December 2019 and 2020 as plant cane and first ratoon, respectively. Disease incidence and severity across all experiments were determined at 3 to 4 months, i.e. at early formative growth stage where symptoms due to SCSMV can be easily observed and recognized in the field. Highly significant differences in disease incidence and severity within cane genotypes tested were observed which shows their genetic diversity regarding crop resistance or susceptibility to SCSMV. Fifty percent of genotypes tested were found tolerant that disease, 23% moderately resistant as well as susceptible, 4% highly susceptible and 5% asymptomatic or supposed to be highly resistant. At the end of the current selection stage under way, i.e. after harvest of first ratoon, only the best yielding genotypes among the resistant ones will undergo the advanced selection stage.
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