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Title: World Electronic Journal Impact Factor (WEJ Impact Factor) as an Alternative to ISI Journal Impact Factor (JIF), SCImago Journal Rank
Name: Arulsamy Anand
Professor, University of the Cordilleras, Baguio City, Philippines Dean, Texila American University, Guyana , South America
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Publication in scientific academic journals is a key criterion to appointment, tenure, and promotion in many universities from the developed countries. Most universities weigh publications according to the quality or impact of the journal. Traditionally, journal quality has been assessed through the ISI Journal Impact Factor (JIF), SCImago Journal Rank, Eigenfactor and many more. However, the above metric system is still a novice or indomitable for many universities from the underdeveloped and developing countries. This paper proposes an alternative metric system- World Electronic Journals Impact Factor (WEJ Impact factor). This metric system will be an alternative mechanism for those journals which does not find a place in ISI/Thomson Reuters, SCOPUS and other data base. WEJ Impact Factor is an open access electronic journal metric which uses Google Scholar citation and contribution factor of the journal, which is based on data from the E-International Scientific Research Journal Consortium WEJ Impact factor, is calculated based on the contributing factor and citation factor. The journals are categorized under such as Arts and Humanities, Science, Social Sciences, and Multidisciplinary before assigning the impact factor. This simple and new method of computing impact factor provides fair chance for world wide electronic journals to understand the impact factor of their journals based on quantity, quality, and on contextual level

Keywords: WEJ Impact Factor, Contribution Factor, Citation Factor, Mean Value
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Title: Comparative Study On Effect Of Frying Process On The Fatty Acid Profile Of Vegetable Oil And Palm Oil
Name: Abiona, O.O., Awojide, S.H., Anifowoshe, A.J., Babalola, O.B.
Department Of Chemical Science. College Of Science Engineering and Technology, Osun State University, Osun State, Nigeria
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The growing popularity of fried food in Nigeria, as well as the prolong usage of such oils for frying as made it important for us to investigate the effect of frying time on the fatty acid profile of vegetable oil and palm oil. The frying experiment was conducted at 180ºC for six consecutive days, Changes in fatty acid profile was used to evaluate the alteration during frying. the highest component of FAs observed during the period of frying with palm oil are palmitic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid and stearic acid which ranges are: ( 35.11-42.06 %), (30.91-41.75 %), (9.11-9.23%) and (6.21-8.13%) respectively, while with vegetable oil,the following FAs palmitic (29.24-40.16%), stearic (14.72-21.94%), linoleic (13.69-28.89%) and oleic (13.69-28.89%) are the highest components. New fatty acid components were observed in the palm oil and vegetable oil during the frying period. With continuous usage, palmatic acid, oleic acid and stearic acid increases in vegetable oil while linoleic acid, oleic acid and stearic acid increases in palm oil. The total polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) in the vegetable oil decrease with length of usage while it increases in palm oil. In both frying medium, MUFA increases while TSFA decreases with length of usage. The ratios of C18:2/C16:0 in vegetable oil decreases with length of usage but increases in palm oil. Increased usage of vegetable oil and palm oil in deep fat frying decreases the quality of oil in terms of stability against lipid oxidation, addition of more SFAs, Trans fatty acid (vegetable oil), reduction in the value of PUFAs (vegetable oil). Conversely, palm oil through out the frying duration in this study, has a lower TSFAs, shows increase in TPUFA, has higher MUFA and TUFA, increase in the C18:2/C16:0 ratio and absent of trans FAs. It is therefore the best choice for deep fat frying.

Keywords: Deep-frying, Vegetable oil, Palm oil, fatty acid composition
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Title: Interaction Of VAM Fungi With Trichoderma Viride And Rhizobium Species On Establishment And Growth Of Eucalyptus Saligna Sm
Name: Vipin Parkash* & Ashok Aggarwal**
*Rain Forest Research Institute (ICFRE), Autonomous council of Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India, Jorhat-785001, Assam, India **Botany Department, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Haryana-136119, India
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A pot experiment was performed to see the effect of co-inoculation of endomycorrhizal fungi with other beneficial microbes on establishment and growth of E. saligna seedlings. The dominant VAM fungi i.e. Glomus mosseae, Glomus fasciculatum and mixed VAM consortium (species of Glomus, Acaulospora, Sclerocystis and Gigaspora) along with Trichoderma viride were isolated from the rhizosphere soil of Eucalyptus saligna and mass produced in laboratory for further studies. Double inoculation of mixed VAM + Rhizobium sp. showed maximum increase in seedling height over other treatments and control. Glomus mosseae + Rhizobium sp. showed more root P content than other treatments, where as shoot P content was more in mixed VAM + Rhizobium sp. and G. mosseae + Rhizobium sp. inoculated seedlings. Triple inoculation also exhibited significant positive response on growth of E. saligna seedlings. Mixed VAM + Rhizobium sp. + Trichoderma viride had more increase in height, VAM spore number and percentage mycorrhizal root colonization than other treatments and control. G. mosseae + Trichoderma viride + Rhizobium sp. treatment showed more root P content over other treatments while shoot P content was also more in G. mosseae + Rhizobium sp. + Trichoderma viride followed by mixed VAM + Rhizobium sp. + Trichoderma viride treatment. However, P content of shoot and root in all double and triple inoculations was more over control. Dual and triple inoculation (co-inoculation) of microbes (bioagents) has beneficial effects on plant growth and development. Although, dual inoculation had good response but triple inoculation had more pronounced and significant response on growth and development of this plant.

Keywords: VAM fungi, Interaction, Rhizobium, Trichoderma viride, Eucalyptus saligna.
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Title: Prevalence Of Inhalant Allergens In Nasobronchial Allergy In Hyderabad Region: India
Name: Suhasini Donthi*,**, K.S.R SivaSai*,
V.Vijaya Lakshmi**, Suman Latha.G**, Murthy KJR**
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Nasobronchial allergy is one important type of respiratory disorder. Aero allergens like pollen, dust, fungus, dander and many other play important role in nasobronchial allergies particularly in asthma and rhinitis. The prevalence of nasobronchial allergy among all population all over the world has been increasing rapidly. The role of different inhalant allergens in nasobronchial allergy varies with environmental conditions, type of allergen and degree of exposure. The awareness on prevalent allergens and seasonal variations is essential for better diagnosis and immunotherapy. The present study was aimed to assess the prevalence of fungal, pollen and dust allergens by intradermal skin test in nasobronchial allergy in Hyderabad region.

Keywords: Nasobronchial allergy, Asthma, Rhinitis, Allergens, Intradermal skin test, Immunoglobulin-E.
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Title: Use Of Major Fodder Species In Oak And Pine Dominant Zones Of Garhwal Himalaya, India - A Case Study
Name: Dhani Arya*, Chandra Pal Singh Bohra** & Ashish Tewari***
*Department of Botany, Kumaun University, S.S.J Campus, Almora, UK (India) **Department of Forestry, Kumaun University, S.S.J. Campus, Almora, UK (India) ***Department of Forestry, Kumaun University, D.S.B. Campus, Nainital, UK (India)
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The present investigation deals with the comparative study of major fodder species used in pine and oak zones of Garhwal Himalaya in oak dominated zone, Quercus floribunda, Q. semecarpifolia, Grewia oppositifolia, Ficus spp., Themeda arundinacea and Brachiaria villosa were widely used fodder species; while in pine dominated zone, Grewia oppositifolia, Ficus spp., Themeda arundinacea and Brachiaria villosa were widely used as fodder. Grewia oppositifolia, Ficus and Themeda arundinacea are the most preferred plants used as fodder by the natives of these places, because of their high nutrient value and milk production capacity.

Keywords: PRA exercise, Fodder plants, Ranking, Oak & Pine zones and Uttarakhand.
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Title: Dielectric Relaxation Studies Of Diethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether – N,N-Dimethylacetamide Binary Mixture Using Time Domain Reflectometry
Name: S. S. Dubal*, S. B. Sayyad**, S. S. Patil*, P. W. Khirade*
*Department of Physics, Dr. B. A. M.University, Aurangabad (India) 431001 **Department of Physics, Milliya College, Beed (India) 431122
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Title: Helicobacter Pylori Associated Gastritis in North-EasternNigeria: A Histopathologic Study
Name: Ahmed Nabih Zaki Rashed
Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering Department,Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Menouf 32951, Egypt
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What is WEJIF?

World Electronic Journal Impact Factor or WEJIF is a new bibliometric system to estimate the impact factor of yout journal. Estimating the impact factor of your journal is of prime importance especially research field and among the other journals of the same specialization... Read more...

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