Vol 8 - 10, 2014
About the Cover
The problem of the Earth’s continents origin emerged in the 17th century but it solving has become possible only today. Foundation of the continents consisting from the lower basalt layer and upper granite-gneiss, was formed in Hadean and Archean time. In Proterozoic and Fanerozoic time on this foundation was created put down blocks, top blocks and geosyncline-fold belts on the edges of it. The other part of the Earth’s surface was covered of ancient primary crystal proto-crust of the peridotite composition. It was changed only in Mesozoic and Kainozoic time when it have been lowered, filled ocean water and covered layer of young basalt. The continents are active sial growths on peridotite body of the Earth.
The geological law of the continents and ‘oceans’ autonomous development: from plate tectonics to Globalcosmogeotectonic
The problem of the Earth’s continents origin emerged in the 17th century but it solving has become possible only today. Foundation of the continents consisting from the lower basalt layer
Discovery Science, 2014, 8(18), 6-15
Passive smoking- the dangerous Second hand threatens to human health: An overview
Smoking is the greatest avoidable cause of disease and death. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1.1 billion people worldwide regularly smoke tobacco products
Discovery Science, 2014, 9(19), 6-9
Green Distillation Using Solar Still
Rameshaiah GN, Aakash B, Ajay Vijendra, HarshithUras NR, Ameya Krishna B, Harsha B, Pradeep S
The availability and access to fresh water is one of the major challenges the world is facing today. The existing techniques are either not accessible or too expensive for the poor.
Discovery Science, 2014, 9(19), 10-13
Comparative Study of Classification Algorithms Using Data Mining
Akhila GS, Madhu GD, Madhu MH, Pooja MH
Data mining is the practice of automatically searching large stores of data to discover patterns and trends that go beyond simple analysis.
Discovery Science, 2014, 9(20), 17-21
Phyto-toxicity of indian medicinal plants tested for the protection against stored product pest, the pulse beetle, Callosobruchus Maculatus F. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae)
Kasinathan ID, Elumalai A, Backiyaraj M, Krishnappa K, Elumalai K
The present investigation was aimed to assess the impact of Achras sapota and Cassia auriculata different extracts for their insecticidal, repellent and adult emergence activities
Discovery Science, 2014, 9(20), 22-31
Effect of spirulina as a feed supplement on survival and growth of Catla catla
Dinesh Thakare, Saroch JD, Borana K, Nahila Sujad
The study of effect of spirulina as a feed supplement on survival and growth of Catla catla has been conducted in the departmental ponds for a period of 90 days
Discovery Science, 2014, 9(21), 35-40
Isolation of lipid producing Spirulina strain WS-41 and effect of various cultural factors on their lipid accumulation
Parveen Kumar, Sushil K Shahi, Pradeep K Sharma
Total 25 strains of Spirulina were isolated from various sites of Meerut, India in order to determine the biomass yield and lipid content. Out of which, only 8 strains
Discovery Science, 2014, 9(21), 41-49
Prevalence of Malassezia sp. in young adults in Coimbatore region
Sumathi M, Lali Growther
Malassezia sp. is the causative agent of dandruff, which is the most commercially, exploited disease by the cosmetic industry.
Discovery Science, 2014, 10(22), 6-7
Genotoxicity effect of polluted water collected from Adaiyar region of river Cooum on Karyology of inhabiting fish, Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters).
Krishnamurthy R, Elumalai K
In the present investigation was aimed to study the impact of polluted water collected from the river Coovum, at Adaiyar, Chennai, Tamilnadu
Discovery Science, 2014, 10(22), 8-14