IJOART Volume 6, Issue 9, September 2017 Edition


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SUBMERGED WRECKS SUCH AS BREAKWATERS AND ARTIFICIAL ECOLOGICAL REEFS FOR THE PORT OF AGADIR (SIMULATION UNDER S.W.A.N) []


The study of the impact of the "instantaneous and perpetual" marine and climatic elements on the infrastructures of the port of Agadir revealed along the main pier, an area with maximum damage "angled zone"; Which led us to examine the various possible solutions from the point of view of quality / price / effectiveness in order to comfort and reinforce the said portion of the dike, first, then, to ask ourselves if the jetty would resist to the future changes "climatic and marine hazards" for this megastructure we will project itself over 100 years) thus, the challenge raised by this work will be: On the one hand, to simulate as accurately as possible the state of the sea in the immediate vicinity of the jetty for the next 100 years


Complementary Feeding Practices among Mothers in selected Communities in Zamboanga City, Philippines[]


This paper presents the complementary feeding practices of mother in Zamboanga City, Philippines. Infants and young child-ren are at an increased risk of malnutrition from six months of age onwards, when breast milk only is no longer adequate to meet all their dietary requirements and complementary feeding should be started. Results show that majority of the mother respondents started the initiation for complementary feeding at 7 months with the use of water, juice or vitamins. The reason for complementary feeding is to have a healthy baby. Public health programs and policies should address issues concerning infant feeding processes for expectant and new mothers with short, clear and specific guidelines. A multidimensional approach that focuses on social, psychological, economic and personal concerns is an absolute prerequisite to ensure a supportive environment that will permit a mother to carry out the most favorable infant feeding methods.


Amplification of the Y1.7,Y1.8 and GAPDH Genes for Sex Identification in Human by Using Multiplex PCR[]


Pre- natal embryo sexing was done using circulatory blood of pregnant women at early stages of pregnancy, before the 4th month of pregnancy, in which 20 samples were obtained the objective of the study was to establish and evaluate multiplex PCR for detection of Y-chromosome - specific sequence of fetal DNA in maternal blood circulation during pregnancy in which identification of fetal gender become possible before the 4th month of pregnancy , this pre-test can be used to determine whether invasive prenatal diagnosis , such as amniocentesis and chorionic villi sampling should be performed on a fetus having a risk of X- linked recessive inheritance .the results of the study showed the appearance of a band with 57 bp (represent the primer GAPDH) In all samples which represented the control. The second band with the 100 bp (represent the primer Y1.7 and Y1.8) as well as the first band (57bp) appeared in male fetuses since it represent a gene found only on the Y chromosome . we concluded that the application of a noninvasive method like multiplex PCR by using maternal blood for embryo sex identification reveals a reliable and accurate method for prenatal diagnosis.



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