Review Article

International business

In today’s ever changing scenario, business is becoming more global because technology is expanding, especially in transportation and communications with the emergence of new technologies like artificial intelligence. Governments are also removing international restrictions to encourage trade. Institutions provide services to ease the conduct of International business. Many business are upsurging for globalisation. Indeed it is paving path for many futuristic aspects such as International marketing research, International trade, global logistics, Supply Chain Management.

Groundwater prospects in kirundo District, Northern Burundi: Modeling by remote sensing and gis

The importance of groundwater is growing due to the rising demand in the Kirundo District northern part of Burundi and Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographic Information System (GIS) have come as a set of modern tools in the investigation/identification of the Groundwater potential zones - an important bounty of Groundwater. The input data for this study included Geology, lineaments, drainage density, land use/land cover, soil cover, and nature of landscape and distribution of land-surface slope.

General assessment of thyroid stimulating hormone (tsh) levels among people living in south of hebron, Palestine

Introduction: Thyroid disease is a major health issue in the United States. Approximately 20 million Americans have been diagnosed or are being treated for thyroid disease. Abnormal thyroid function has important public health consequences. Suppressed thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) levels have been associated with an increased risk of atrial fibrillation, premature atrial beats, and stroke, and all cause mortality. Furthermore, almost one-third of the world’s population lives in areas of iodine deficiency, so iodine deficiency is the most common cause of hypothyroidism worldwide.

Leadership concepts, theories, styles, practices and principles for institutional development in sierra leone

Most companies have leaders with strong operational skills needed to maintain the status quo. However, they face a critical deficit. They lack people in positions of power with the appropriate know-how, experience, and confidence required to tackle what management scientists call “wicked problems.” Such problems can’t be solved by a single command. They have courses that seem incomprehensible and solutions that seem uncertain that often require companies to transform the way they do business.

Biological decolourisation of textile effluent and heavy metal reduction of tannery effluents

The effluents released from textile and tanning industry poses a major concern pertaining specifically to environmental pollution. Evident contamination of water bodies as a result of continuous release of the effluents has proven to very toxic. The use of microbes plays a major role in decolorisation and heavy metal reduction of effluents (approximately 80-85%). Five microbial isolates such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillus cereus, Bacillus subtilis, Psuedomonas fluoroscens and Escherichia coli were found to give successful results.

Impact of information and communication technology on higher education in India

It is said that “knowledge is power”. In the case of our nation which was once known for its grand status of “Vishwa Guru” is again ready to emerge as knowledge super power in the world by transforming our population into knowledge enabled working population. The gradual process of human socialization takes place by the affection of parents and interaction with society. In this process, education plays a very vital role and transforms a biological man who is guided by instincts into a sociological man who is known for his thoughts and culture.

Mir-10b deficiency affords atherosclerosis resistance

Human vascular endothelial cells (ECs) are categorized into two groups; pro-stenotic (Type-I) and anti-stenotic (Type-II) ECs, and one of the master genes for a stress-induced “Type-II-to-Type-I” degeneration is Regulator of G-protein signaling 5 (RGS5). Here we show that miR-10b is a crucial downstream mediator in RGS5-dependent degeneration. We also demonstrated the miR-10bhigh Type-I EC exosome has a trans effect which suppresses anti-proliferative abilities of Type-II ECs.

The effect of exercise on the cardio-vascular system of short distance athletes

The study focuses on examining the effect of exercise on the cardiovascular system. A sample size of twenty athletes and non-athletes were chosen of which we have five regular or seasoned athletes who were male, five regular or seasoned athletes who were female, five non regular athletes male and five non regular female athletes. These non-regular or untrained athletes and trained athletes were put together to have ten week session of training so as to see the effect that exercise will have on their cardiac output.

Bite force, mastication and occlusion in down syndrome: a literature review

The concept of bilateral simultaneous occlusion and ideal distribution of the occlusal force are important component of the optimum occlusal condition. The Down syndrome (DS) children have many orofacial dysfunction and developmental deficiency which affect the harmony between the stomatognathic systems among these children. This paper reviews the clinical features of DS, occlusion development, mastication, bite force, factors affecting them, and methods of occlusal analysis.