The Conscious Being & the Problem of Consciousness: Implications for Theory and Practice for 21st Century Researchers
Wogu, Ikedinachi Ayodele Power; Agoha, Benedict Emerenwa; Sholarin, Muyiwa Adeniyi; Oyeyemi, Adekunle; Evbuoma, Kikelomo Idowu
Sense perception is certainly a sensible way in which we relate to the world, but thought tends to occur unconsciously. While some thinkers argue for the certainty of some mental states
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(23), 1-7
Study of chromosome morphology of venerid clam Paphia malabarica
Shaikh ALAH, Mohite SA
Among the exploited bivalve resources of India, clams are by far the most widely distributed and abundant.
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(24), 8-15
Biocontrol of Meloidogyne incognita with Neem and Bt on Tomato Plant by Seed Dressing Treatment
Harjinder Kaur, Harpreet Kaur, Praveen Rishi
Root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita is one of the major limiting factors affecting plant growth and yield.
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(24), 16-32
Evaluation of Physico - Chemical Parameters of Ponds in Kodumon Panchayat
Divya S Rajan, Jithu J
Fresh water habitats occupy a relatively small portion of the earth’s surface compared to marine and terrestrial habitats, but their importance to man is far greater than their area
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(25), 33-36
Factors affecting home and personal hygiene
At present, the components of hygiene tend to be regarded as separate issues, although all are based on the same underlying microbiological principles.
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(25), 37-39
Cold Plasma Technology: A New Tool for Food Preservation
Sebastian Shalvin A, Freeda Blessie R
The need for enhancing microbial food safety and quality and growing demand for fresh produce has created an increasing world-wide interest in non thermal innovative processes
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(25), 40-42
Acupuncture, Laughter, Music and Yoga as Complementary Modalities: Does Evidence Based Data Support their Therapeutic Integration?
Shashi K Agarwal
Complementary modalities are commonly used together with conventional medicine by a large segment of the world population.
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(26), 43-46
Gonadal sex differentiation in the fish, Oreochromis mossambicus
Sudha S Patil, Mangala S Nayak
The present work is an attempt to study the different stages involved in the development of gonads in the cichlid fish Oreochromis mossambicus.
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(26), 47-53
Beneficial Effect of Maternal Vitamin A Supplementation on some Infant Malaria-related Morbidities in Rural Communities in Ebonyi State, South Eastern Nigeria
Elom Michael Okpara, Eyo Joseph E, Okafor Fabian C, Ugah Uchenna Iyioku, Nse Okon Umoh, Usanga Victor Udoh
The study on beneficial effects of maternal vitamin A supplementation on some infants’ malaria-related morbidities in rural communities in Ebonyi State, Southeastern Nigeria
Discovery Science, 2015, 11(27), 54-63