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Simon Mwangi Kihu1*, George Chege Gitao1, Lily Caroline Bebora1, Njenga Munene John1, Gidraph Gachunga Wairire2, Ndichu Maingi1, Raphael Githaiga Wahome1, Davis Njuguna Karanja1, Julius Otieno Oyugi3, Ernest Lutomia3

...ically manifested by the depression, diarrhea, difficult breathing, muco-purulent ocular-nasal discharges with matted eyelids and encrusted nostrils and finally death. Clinical outcome, gross lesions and histological observations were suggestive of PPRV infection, which were confirmed by the application of a reverse transcription–polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR). Collectively, results indicate the continuous persistence of PPRV in Kenya.

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Tauseef Taj Kiani1*, Mozammil Hussain1 and Hidayat ur Rahman2

 

...heterosis and inbreeding depression are prerequisites to start hybrid development program. In this context, we explored heterosis and inbreeding depression in indigenous maize germplasm comprising inbred lines NCMLQ1, NCMLQ2, NCMLD1, NCMLD2, NCMLD3, and NCMLD4. ese genotypes were crossed to get ten F1 hybrid combinations, which were used to develop...
Nasira Kazi1, Muhammad Israr2 and Shahina Fayyaz1,*
...truncate, offset by weak depression, odontostyle 21.4-23.2 µm long is and 2.8-3 µm wide, twice as long as the lip region width; vulva longitudinal; female tail 5.9-6.6 anal body diameter long, dorsally curved; prerectum 1.7-2.6 anal body diameter long.Plectus (Ceratoplectus) armatus (Butschli, 1873) Andrassy, 1984 is recorded for the first time in Pakistan and is briefly described and illustrated.
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Yan Li1, Kai Zhan1,*, Junying Li1, Wei Liu1, Ruiyu Ma1, Shengnan Liu1, Haijun Cui1 and Xin Zhang2
...nt showed a considerable depression in egg fertility and hatchability of setting eggs in group 4. Egg quality analysis demonstrated the significant increases in shell thickness among declawed treatments and yolk color in group 2. Overall feather score of layer breeders was not a significant difference, but the neck region had the lowest feather score in all groups. Preferential trimming methods were the removal of the first and third or second and fourth toes ...

Nabila Roohi, Mehjabeen, Samina Ashraf*

Effects of cigarette smoking on serum proteins profile in male active and passive smokers
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significant depression in serum albumin was observed in smokers due to increased
excretion of albumin in bound state with the chemicals, whereas, total globulins,
gamma globulins and non-gamma globulin serum proteins have shown significant
increase in smokers. Our findings provide primary information about fractions and
total serum proteins of cigarette smokers. The decrease in albumin justifies the
reduction in ...
Muhammad Naveed Sheas1, Haris Rasool2, Muhammad Nouman Rafique2, Muhammad Rizwan Tariq1*, Abid Muhammad1, Khubaib Ali1
... key factor in elevating depression. This study is designed to reveal the efficacy of honey and curcumin against depression in rat model. 24 male wister rats were randomly divided into 4 groups. After the trial, blood biochemistry was done in which antioxidant enzymes like SOD, Catalyze, Glutathione peroxidase were performed that shows significantly high levels in the blood than the group that was treated with nicotine and s...
Abd El-Nasser Ahmed Mohammed1,2,*
...tiva oil rescued the depression in oocytes number and quality after ovarian transplantation. N. sativa oil could not improve hypothermia and hyperglycemia due to general anesthesia. In conclusion, supplementation of N. sativa oil could benefit animals’ health and reproduction through the improvement of physiological parameters and oocyte quality.
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Muhammad Ilyas1*, Sardar Ali Khan1, Shahid Iqbal Awan1, Shafiq-ur-Rehman1, Muhammad Riaz Khan2 and Sumaira Hafeez1 

...heterosis and inbreeding depression for Randomized Complete Block Design under split plot arrangement. Highly significant inbreeding depression was recorded for all traits indicating a dominant type of gene action. Heterosis was high for both crosses along with high inbreeding depression. All these results exhibit that the hybrid breeding is the best option for inbreds to exploit their pot...

Zeeshan Ahmad Bhutta1,2*, Muhammad Fakhar-e-Alam Kulyar3*, Muhammad Shoaib4, Wangyuan Yao3, Muhammad Asif5, Shah Nawaz6, Moazam Ali7 and Ayesha Kanwal8

Exploratory Study on the Psychological Impact of COVD-19 on Students
... pattern was noted about depression (54.86%). About 57.5% students were willing to take part in online classes, and only 23% found to have some sort of online learning experience. Students were willing to join the volunteer force (82.3%) if they were asked in case of emergency. During COVID-19 outbreak, students should be provided individual social support and urge to obey the precautionary measures to avoid pandemic.

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Yan Wen1, Liu Lian2, Zhuang Xun3, Murong Jiaying4, Cui Shuyi1, He Wanwen1, Mai Guanghuai5, Huang Wenzhu1, Chen Gang1,* and Wang Zhijun1,*
...ion, reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety, enhanced rehabilitation outcomes, and promoted quality of life. Thus, it was suggested as an effective auxiliary exercise rehabilitation method.
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Hamida Sarwar1, Kousar Perveen1,Rida Mazhar2, Muhammad Afzal1, Syed Amir Gilani3
...his study was focused on depression, anxiety, distress, and insomnia using the Chinese genre of authorized measurement tools. Removed reference statistical evaluation was performed by using SPSS version 2.6. The data was analyzed to assess the severity of symptoms of depression, anxiety, distress, and insomnia; and then conferred as numbers and percentages. A significant proportion of doctors, nurses, and paramedics reported...

Ali Zaman1, Nabila Roohi1 and Muhammad Irfan2*

...vation, edema, dullness, depression, nasal discharge, respiratory distress and recumbence or death. A significant change in complete blood count (CBC) including packed cell volume (PCV), hemoglobin (Hgb) concentration, red blood cells (RBCs) count, mean corpuscular volume (MCV), mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH), mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) platelets count, mean platelet volume (MPV), white blood cells (WBCs) count, monocytes count, lympho...

Yonis Abukar Mohamed1, Shafii Abdullahi Mohamed1,2, Abdiaziz Idiris Mohamud1,3*, Abdiaziz Ahmed Mohamud1,3, Kassim Abdullahi Jimale1,2 and Said Ali Ibrahim2

...avioral problems such as depression, digestive problems, respiratory problems, improper harnessing, ocular, hoof overgrowth and fracture, respectively. Additionally, 40.6% of the examined donkeys had varying degrees of lameness. 54.6% of the examined donkeys, were with either healed or active wounds (skin lesions), 17.4% scars, and 28.0% both skin lesions and scars. Moreover, dermatological diseases were also encountered, habronemiasis 59.1%, ectoparasite 35.7...

Lin Li1,2, Pingsheng Ye1, Xi Chen1, Shuping Yan1 and Yuanshu Zhang1*

...te diet-induced milk fat depression (MFD). Six Saanen dairy goats were randomly divided into 2 groups and fed either a high-forage (HF) diet or a high- concentrate (HC) diet. The high-concentrate diet caused lower milk fat content and milk fat yield, namely induced MFD. While, the net hepatic TG production (portal vein - hepatic vein) significant increase in the HC group (P<0.01) and it was positive value. The net hepatic glucose, cholesterol and BHBA produ...

Samiya Rehman*, Eman Mustafa, Ali Ahmad Faiz, Maheen Kanwal, Farkhanda Yasmin and Arooj Fatima

...y drug addiction involve depression, schizophrenia, family problems and involvement in various criminal activities. Support of local community, use of preventive measures and public policies are required for strong long-term planning to prevent from drug addiction.

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Sutawi*, Ahmad Wahyudi, Abdul Malik, Suyatno, Asmah Hidayati, Imbang D. Rahayu, Endang S. Hartatie

...such as illness, stress, depression, stroke, divorce, and even suicide.
 
Keywords | Airborne disease, Cattle agribusiness, Economic bioterrorism, Economic losses, Foot and mouth disease
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Magda A. Eldomiaty1,2, Manal E. Elsawaf2, Soad S. Ali3, Heba El-Sayed Mostafa4,5*
...ex in an animal model of depression and the effect of voluntary exercise on these changes. Thirty-two adults male Wistar rats were included based on their forced swimming test behavior. The rats were divided into 4 groups. Group 1 was the control group, group II was the control exercise group, group III was the depression group, and group IV was the depression exercise group. The forced sw...

Shabana Noureen1, Shamaila Asad2, Saad Ullah3, Iqra Shafique Abbasi4 and Shakeel Ahmad5*

...gn: justify;">Postpartum depression is a type of major depression that starts within four weeks after delivery and last for years if left untreated. To describe a detailed case study on the treatment of postpartum depression. AB design was used to report a detailed case study on postpartum depression. Cognitive behavioural therapy was used to treat the s...
Jameel Ahmed1,2*, Mohammad Masood Tariq1, Nadeem Rashid1, Asim Faraz3*, 
Majed Rafeeq1, Irfan Shehzad Sheikh1, Mudassar Jahan1,2, Abdul Fatih1,2
Masroor Ahmad Bajwa1, Ifrah Jameel1, Muhammad Ali1 and Saira Iftikhar4
...mmonly causes inbreeding depression. The presence of genetic diversity was apparent and these markers would be employed for identification of Bibrik sheep through DNA fingerprinting. It was concluded that present assessment of genetic diversity could be used as tool for making future breeding plans but large scale enumeration is required for the Bibrik sheep.

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Safaa Rhaimi1, Sara Brikat2, Mouloud Lamtai2*, Mohammed Ouhssine1

...ent for anxiety-like and depression-like and memory. Accordingly, treatment with salvia officinalis essential oil at a dose of 2000 mg/kg showed no mortality or clinical signs, nor any changes in body, organ weights or biochemical parameters, except for mortality induced in one female rat treated with 2000 mg/kg. Furthermore, the LD50 (50% lethal dose) was determined at 3000 mg/kg. Based on these findings, the no observed adverse effect level of salvia officin...

Sarwat Yousuf1, Shaista Emad2 , Mohammad Misbah ur Rehman3, Zehra Batool4, Sara Qadeer5, Yousra Sarfaraz1, Sheeza Sheikh1, Sana Sadaf6 and Tahira Perveen1,*

...ct as prooxidants showed depression and anxiety-like effects, and impaired muscular strength. Altered brain antioxidant enzyme activity and elevated corticosterone in plasma were also observed in rats treated with a high dose of lemon peel oil. The present study demonstrates that a low dose of lemon peel oil has a potential therapeutic effect on psychological functions following 14 days of oral administration in rats. Lemon peel oil could be considered for the...

Aneela Ahmed Tagar1*, Mahvish J. Channa2, Kanwal Ahmed Tagar3 and Kaka Kainat4

...19 including anxiety and depression. Additionally, Biomarkers remained increase in patients (i.e, ferritin, D- dimer, CRP, LDH and CBC was slightly altered in subjects. Lastly, Troponin levels were normal among survivors. The conclusion of present research is that COVID-19 impacts overall health of patients including; long lasting symptoms, malnutrition, anxiety, depression and alterations in Biochemical markers (Ferritin, D...

Amna Mushtaq, Asia Bibi* and Nahid Kausar

...xiety (61.8% vs. 18.7%), depression (56.9% vs.15.3%), sleep apnea (35.3% vs. 6.7%), eating disorders (18.1% vs. 1.3%), marital maladjustment (27.5% vs. 5.3%), poor quality of life (35.3% vs. 3.3%) and migraine (55.4% vs. 10.7%) was significantly high in PCOS women as compared to controls (p<0.001). Infertility was significantly linked to psychotic implications and PCOS female (p<0.001). So, infertile PCOS patients were more depressed and anxious as compa...

Jaiperkash Moolchandani1*, Geeta Moolchandani2, Syed Mohsin Turab3, Nasima Iqbal4, Ambreen Rehman5 and Shaima Sultana Memon6

... bradykinesia, rigidity, depression, shuffling gait and stooped posture. Among non-motor clinical symptoms, depression, anxiety, and apathy are the most prevalent symptoms. Although these are treatable but usually are not recognized at early stage in Parkinson’s disease, so the current study aimed to find out the prevalence of non-motor clinical symptoms and the associated factors. A descriptive cross-sectional study w...

Syed Majid Rasheed1*, Tauseef Ali1, Saad Jan1, Faiz ur Rehman2, Muhammad Ali Shah3, Zahid Hussain1 and Abdul Waheed4

...The estimated inbreeding depression revealed that the majority of the traits showed negative inbreeding depression due to selfing, thus least affected by selfing. Thus from our study G8, G14 and G23 could be identified as the best-performing crosses for yield-associated traits. Hence should be involved in a variety of development programs to improve the quantitative and related traits of Abelmoschus esculentus L.

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Abdeljabbar Nassiri1, Mouloud Lamtai1*, Inssaf Berkiks1,2, Hajar Benmhammed1, Sidi Mohamed Coulibaly1,3, Miloud Chakit1, Laila Ibouzine-dine1, Abdelhalem Mesfioui1, Aboubaker El-Hessni1

...ct of MD on anxiety- and depression-like behaviors and oxidative stress (OS) in the prefrontal cortex (PFC) of rats across different ages (adolescence, emerging adulthood, and middle adulthood) and the possible existence of sexual dimorphisms. Rat pups were maternally deprived on postnatal day 9 for 24 hours. The rats of both genders were then tested in the open field and the elevated plus-maze tests for anxiety, and in the forced swimming test for

Jin Jiao1, Jin Song1, Yuanyuan Cui1, Yilin Wang2, Yanling Li1, Jing Li1, Yan Su1, Xiaojing Du3, Yan Wang3, Guiping Sun3 and Minxiang Wei4*

...ce, fatigue, anxiety and depression in patients with myocardial infarction (MI) and analyse the relationship between fatigue and sleep disturbance, anxiety and depression. A cross-sectional research method was used to recruit 190 patients who were at least one-week post-MI as the research participants. The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, the Chinese version of the Multidimensional Fatigue Scale and the Hospital Anxiety and <...

Abdelghafour El-Hamzaoui*, Mouloud Lamtai, Laila Ibouzine‑Dine, Sofia Azirar, Mohamed Yassine El-Brouzi, Ayoub Rezqaoui, Aboubaker El-Hessni, Abdelhalem Mesfioui

...k period on anxiety- and depression-like behaviors in male Wistar rats, administering daily subcutaneous injections of four different doses 25, 50, 75, and 100 mg/kg of GBH while a control group received 0.9% NaCl. Based on behavioral tests (the open field, elevated cross maze, and forced swim), behavioral alterations were detected, specifically anxiety levels and depressive behavior. Simultaneously, hippocampal oxidative stress markers (catalase, nitric oxide...
Sultan Maqsood Khan
...micro-relief (ridges and depressions) on belowground biomass. The underground plant biomass was collected to 40cm depth. Fifty percent ( 1004 g/m2 ) of the total collected biomass (2008g/m2) was found in the 0-10cm soil section; 24%(482 g/m2) in the 10-20cm layer; and 26%(522 g/m2) in the 20-40cm depth. The middle slope out-produced (2370g/m2) the upper slope (1741g/m2) and lower slope (1911g/m2) in root biomass. The belowground production of ridges (2064g/m2)...
M. A Quraishi and Manzoor Ahmad
...such as moist ravines or depressions. Pure crops are found on lower gentle slopes of well drained depressions the parts of which are occupied by coniferous forests. (6) It is also found mixed with horse chestnut, maple, oak, bird cherry or with conifers particularly spruce, fir and blue pine In west Pakistan it is commonly found in Hazara, Murree, Swat, Dir, Chitral, Gilgit and Baltistan. The timber of walnut is moderately ...

Pakistan Journal of Forestry

June

Vol. 73, Iss. 1

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