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Environment Friendly Diesel Oil

BY:- SAIF ALI, MUHAMMAD UMAIR HASSAN, MUHAMMAD MAHRAN ASLAM, RASHID HUSSAIN AND RAMLA FIRDOS Diminishing energy resources, unstable oil prices, global warming, climatic extremes, and other related problems have lead the world to focus on alternate, environment friendly and renewable energy  sources.  Among  many  entrants  accelerated  the  production  of  bio-diesel …

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Nanotechnology and Agriculture

The production of crops by natural method is an open system where both energy and matters are exchanges easily by directly related to environment. Agriculture is the considered as the back bone of developed countries as it provides food for human beings , it provide feed to animals ,as well …

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Bioremediation of Lead Contaminated Soil

  Muhammad Faizan Ilyas*, Tahir Ilyas1 & Muhammad Asad Hameed. Department of Soil Science, University College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha, Pakistan. 1University of Engineering and Technology, Kala Shah Kaku, Pakistan. Abstract: Lead contamination is now becoming a global problem. The lead contamination occurs mainly through anthropogenic activities. Many of …

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Constraints in adoption of Direct seeding rice

Farmers face several problems in adoption of direct seeding rice (DSR) such as weeds, panicle sterility, diseases and insects’ pests, lodging and stagnant yield. Each of them is described as follows: Weeds The major problem of adopting direct seeded rice particularly in dry field is weed infestation. DSR seedlings have …

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Overcoming Infertility Using Spermbots

Overcoming Infertility Using Spermbots Introduction: Fertility is the ability of the male and female to reproduce and the failure to reproduce is referred as infertility. According to World Health Organization (WHO) there are 2 types of infertilities named as primary infertility and the secondary infertility. Primary infertility is the complete …

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Resistance to Invading Phages: CRISPR/Cas9 in Bacteria

(Breakthrough in Genome Editing) In genetic engineering many attempts have been made to manipulate genomes of any organism. The ways of genome engineering commonly include homologous recombination, RNA interference (RNAi), Zinc-finger-nucleases. In homologous recombination the efficacy is very low due to the large distribution of similar flanking regions in the …

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Nanotechnology and Military Intelligence

Nanotechnology and Military Intelligence A new era of science began to emerge with the development of Scanning Electron Microscope in 1981 and after that many major breakthroughs in scientific history have been made. Many smaller objects that remained undetectable with the simple microscope were detected using Scanning Electron Microscope producing …

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Biosensors – A Scientific Breakthrough

Biosensors – A Scientific Breakthrough Biosensors are the devices that capture the biological signal and convert it into a detectable electrical signal. It involves the combination of biological entities like DNA, RNA, and Proteins/enzymes to the electrochemical transducers in order to detect and observe certain biological analytes like antibody-antigen interaction. …

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Camelina Oil as an Emerging Biofuel

Camelina Oil as an Emerging Biofuel Author: Hafiz Muhammad Arslan, B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture, 6th semester, Dept of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Co-Author: Dr. Farooq Ahmad Khan, Associate Professor, Dept of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan According to the theory of Entropy, the …

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