Table of contents - 2017 (Vol 24)
January - March 2017
Enzymatic Synthesis of Lysophospholipids from crude Rice Bran Phospholipids
The significance of Lysophospholipids (LPLs) is important in solving problems of membrane–chemistry and biochemistry. The
importance of LPLs is considered to be involvement in many physiological and pathological processes such as inflammation,
reproduction, angiogenesis, tumorogenesis, atherosclerosis and nervous system regulation.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(89), 1-6
Status of Indian Poultry Sector- A review
Baba IA, Banday MT, Khan AA, Khan HM
The poultry industry in India represents a major success story today with a growth rate of more than 12 %. The rapid progress in this
sector has been mainly due commercialization, scientific management, proper breeding, feeding and disease control measures. India
produces more than 73 billion number of eggs and 3.22 million tons of broiler meat today.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(89), 7-16
Entrepreneurial education as a means of ameliorating the menace of unemployment in Nigeria: a case study of selected
tertiary institutions in south west Nigeria
Baderinwa-Adejumo Adejoke, Akrai Nathaniel Aregheefe
One of beauty of receiving or acquiring knowledge is to be able to use such knowledge to benefit one’s life, the life of others
around you and create sustainability. Any educational programme that fail in this respect become obsolete in this modern time.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(89), 17-23
Food consumption and participation in school activities of junior secondary school pupils in different living arrangements in Ondo West LGA
Adedeji OA, Bamisaye OJ
The study examined food consumption and participation in school activities of junior secondary pupils in different living
arrangements in Ondo West Local Government Area of Ondo state. A sample of one hundred and fifty (150) respondents was
selected for the study through multi-stage random sampling technique.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(89), 24-30
Promoting entrepreneurship opportunities through mathematics education: a path to diversifying Nigerian economy
The Nigerian economy is mono-cultural in nature and has since been relying on oil for decades. The recent down turn in the world’s
oil price coupled with the gross unemployment has created the need for promoting entrepreneurship opportunities.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(89), 31-34
Developing entrepreneurial opportunities through functional educational technology
Adelokun AK, Olagunju SO, Abidoye JA
The acquisition of entrepreneurial skills through education is gaining grand especially in the present face of global economic
challenge. This paper examined the concept of entrepreneurial skills and functional educational technology.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(89), 35-40
Aquaculture: A Means of Livelihood and Poverty Eradication in a Technologically Advanced Society
Olatunji CA, Akinremi OV, Fadayomi I, Akintewe BN, Kolapo BS
Based on the need to improve livelihood and reduce poverty amidst the people to a minimum level in our nation, aquaculture have
vast potentials to provide the poor with more food, better nutrition, increased incomes and also offering greater diversification of
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(89), 41-45
Industrial pollution and its effects on fish in Bangladesh: A review
Md. Simul Bhuyan, Muhammad Abu Bakar, Md. Enamul Hoque, Sharif ASM, Md. Shafiqul Islam
Bangladesh is predominantly an agrarian based and densely populated country in the world. Feeding and employment of the huge
population is a big challenge to the country, in this perspective industrialization can be the alternative of agriculture.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 46-57
Building entrepreneurial capacities through forest management
Akinkuolie AO, Akinkuolie AA, Sabejeje TA, Sanni RO
Entrepreneurial capacity building is an integral part of the economic growth in a developing country particularly in Nigeria, where
economic recession now takes a great toll. However, Nigerians have adopted a number of strategies in combating this menace in a
view to sustaining National development.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 58-62
The regulatory framework of e-commerce
Anwarul Islam KM
The era of globalization requires the efficient use of technologies to cope with the modern world and its features. Without the
technology no nation can think about take off to development. In business world development means economic growth and
running towards its peak.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 63-73
Isolation and Characterization of multidrug resistant Pasteurella multocida isolated from an organised Duck farm, West
Asis Bhattacharya, Biswajit Chowdhury, Arunava Sarkar, Sandip Chakraborty, Apurba Debnath
Fowl cholera/ duck cholera has been reported as an important disease in domestic poultry that causes devastating economic losses
to poultry industry worldwide for more than 200 years. In India the disease is highly prevalent in all the states for which special
attention is required concerning this grave disease of chicken and poultry.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 81-85
Psychological impact of class duration on students’ academic performance in mathematics
Ajiyo KA, Idiong US
The study examined psychological impact of class duration on academics performance of Adeyemi college of Education’ students in
mathematics A survey sampling procedure were used for the study and a total of three (300) students were selected as respondents.
Questionnaire of eighteen (18) items was used in data collection.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 86-91
Reflection of Plane Waves from MicrostretchThermoelastic with Microtemperature Half-Space
Rajneesh Kumar, Nidhi Sharma, Parveen Lata
The present investigation is concerned with the reflection of plane waves at the free surface of microstretchthermoelastic solids with
microtemperatures. The expressions for the reflection coefficients which are the ratios of the amplitudes of the reflected waves to
that of incident waves are obtained.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 92-113
On physico-chemical dynamics of Owena River and reservoir, Ondo state, Nigeria
Olaniyan RF, Oguntimehin P
Owena Reservoir was established along Owena River primarily to supply water to Ondo and Akure towns during the dry season. The
river receives domestic wastes such as faeces, laundry wastes and cassava peels, while run-offs from chemically sprayed agricultural
farms enter into the reservoir.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 114-124
Wearable technology for teaching and learning of concepts in chemistry: Prospect and challenges
Olasanoye Adediwura, Olawuyi Joy
Over the years, Chemistry is a core subject in science and with many science students Chemistry has really been a challenging
subject, as some students will say it is not real, it is abstract, boring and never interesting
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(90), 125-133
SMEs financing in Bangladesh: a case study of Al-Arafah Islami bank limited
Anwarul Islam KM
SMEs play a vital role in contributing to the socio-economic development of the country. Product Program Guidelines (PPG) for
SMEs financing of Arafah Islami Bank Limited are designed and developed to meet up all types of justified business requirements of
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 134-146
Consideration of manual estimation of values of Pi (π): improvement of Tan 15° over Tan 30°
Olademo Johnson O Ani, Lawal MO, Akinmuyise MF
The use of the value of Pi (π) cannot be swept under the carpet in Mathematics and other related fields. There had been different
schools of thought about the discovery of this magical and golden number call (π). This paper focused on more effective way of
discovering the value of π with a rapid convergence rate through manual computation.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 147-151
Significance of improvised instructional materials in teaching and learning of integrated science
Sabejeje AJ, Bello IJ, Oloyede-Akinselure AI
The primary objective of this study was to investigate the significance of improvised instructional materials in teaching and learning
of Integrated Science. The population of the study consisted of Junior Secondary Schools (JSS1-JSS3) in Ondo West Local
Government Area of Ondo State.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 152-164
The awareness and effectiveness of environmental education among undergraduate students
Emmanuel Faith Igwe, Akinnubi Rufus T
This study examined the level of awareness and effectiveness of environmental education among tertiary students in Adeyemi
College of Education, Ondo. A self- designed, structured questionnaire was used on a sample of one hundred (100) students to elicit
information from them on their knowledge of environmental education.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 165-173
The effects of classroom exercise and home assignment on the academic performance of students in mathematics in
Nigerian secondary school
Sunday IA, Ganiyu AA
This paper is designed to investigate the effects of classroom exercise and home assignment on the academic performance of
students in Mathematics in Nigerian senior secondary schools. Random sampling technique was used for the purpose of the study.
Three secondary schools were randomly picked for this study
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 174-186
Flooding and its effects on building design and constructions
Akinwande DD, Owoyemi SI, Ojo MO, Ikusika A
Flooding as one of the environmental problems that affect building design and construction, this paper examine the sources, causes
of the flooding on an environment and its general implication on design and building construction.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 187-191
Potentialities in office technology and management; a panacea for women empowerment in Nigeria
Folaranmi Lateef Gbemiga, Akindubi Dayo Johnson, Owoeye VO
In X-raying the potentialities of Office Technology and Management (OTM) in women empowerment in Nigerian society, the paper
highlighted basic concepts of Office Technology and Management; goals and objectives of Office Technology and Management
programme of Vocational Education
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 192-198
Safe Spaces: Need and Concern of “Trans” Community
Viney Dhiman, Anupama Bharti
Gender is a human social system with different sex, roles, characteristics appearances, identify among male and female. This system
transit their norms and culture to both sex and gender into human body
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(91), 199-209
April - June 2017
Using an integrated-spectrophotometric and 2-DE-method in the evaluation and characterization of seed extracted protein
in Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
Total sunflower proteins, storage proteins, and helianthinin (11S) and 2S albumin fractions in seeds of six sunflower hybrids,
Lotto3620, Lotto7R09, LottoR101, Lotto7R0, LottoR28, LottoR02 and Cms8, Mt8, TR3 were analyzed by using optical density
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(92), 210-217
Functions and performance evaluation of Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB): an empirical research
Anwarul Islam KM
Investment Corporation of Bangladesh was established in 1st October, 1976. In a broader sense ICB is an Investment Bank and
Development Financial Institution (DFI) and plays a pivotal role to encourage and broaden the base of investment and thereby to
help develop a vibrant capital market in Bangladesh
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(92), 218-230
Biochemical Analysis of Plasma samples in soft shelled turtle Lissemyspunctata (Family: Trionychidae)
Vidya R Chandavar, Raghu N, Prakash R Naik
The present study aims to provide baseline values of blood plasma components in soft shelled turtle Lissemyspuntata at different
periods of its reproductive cycle. Lissemyspunctata are seasonal breeders, July to August are the months of reproduction after which
it undergoes hibernation
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(92), 231-241
Comparative Study and Physico-Chemical Analysis of Kinnersani, Palair and Wyra Reservoir Waters of Khammam, Telangana, India
Mohammad MJ, Ravi Kumar T, Hari Teja K, Narsimharao T, Premkumar B, Sai Chand M, Mani kumar D
In order to determine the water quality, samples of water collected from Kinnersani, Palair, and Wyra reservoirs of Khammam district,
it was collected in acid wash bottles in early hours. Physico–chemical analysis different parameters were analyzed like PH,
Turbidity(NTU), Electrical Conductivity (micro mhos), Total dissolved Solids (mg/l) Chloride(mg/l), Sulphate (mg/l), Nitrate(mg/l),
Total Alkalinity(mg/l), Total Hardness(mg/l), Calcium(mg/l), Fluoride(mg/l), Iron (mg/l).
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(92), 242-254
A study of generalised hypergeometric functions with certain H -functions of one and two
Yashwant Singh, Nanda Kulkarni
Swaroop (1964) introduced and studied the hypergeometric function transform; that kernel is the
Gauss’s hyper geometric function. Saxena,(1967b) and Kalla and Saxena (1969) used the hypergeometric
function in defining certain fractional integration operators.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(92), 255-411
Distribution of number and density of electrons in
quadrupole Penning trap
Dyavappa BM, Sharath Ananthamurthy
In ion traps a single charged particle to few millions are trapped and studied to characterize them. The number distribution of the
trapped electrons with trap voltage is measured.
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(92), 412-420
July - September 2017
Mining and environment in Nigeria: the past, the present and the future
Bamigboye OS, Nnabo PN, Adekeye JID
Mining of natural resources which range from metallic to non- metallic is as old as the age of man on the surface of the earth. This
activity is being done on different scales such as artisanal/illegal mining, small scale mining and large scale mining
Indian journal of science, 2017, 24(93), 424-434