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Articles by S. Shah
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  M.A. Faruqi , S. Shah , R. Agarwala , D. Sun and J. Sai
  Periodontal disease is a serious worldwide epidemic. It affects not only the dentition of the infected individual but also their overall health. Risk calculators for periodontal disease based on easily obtained data have been in use for years. However due to a number of factors that contribute to the disease, there has been no success in developing a model that provides a notable level of accuracy for predicting the disease patterns. In this study, we have developed neural network algorithms for predicting the presence and severity of periodontal disease in adults. The algorithm is based on dentists’ evaluation and non-intrusively obtained data from patients’ periodontal history. Results obtained from this basic study show that the approach can be used in predicting periodontal disease.
  S. Kouser , M. Ahmed and S. Shah
  Wet bubble disease of white button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) is the main constraint in the speedy development of this crop in the valley. The pathogen of this disease, is Mycogone perniciosa, which result either in the partial or total failure of the crop. The aim of the present study was to check the status and yield losses due to wet bubble disease of white button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) at Mushroom Research and Training Centre of the SKUAST of Kashmir. In the present study, disease incidence, disease intensity and yield losses due to the pathogen were recorded in important mushroom units of Kashmir division, in order to check the frequency of prevalence of wet bubble disease. The survey revealed that wet bubble disease was prevalent in all mushroom growing districts in the range of 33.0 to 67.0%. With the overall mean disease incidence of 9.09% over years in three districts, the disease incidence was more (10.55-14.25%) in spring than in autumn season (3.61-8.05%). Similarly, the overall disease intensity was 17.82% over the years in these districts with more (16.86-28.31%) in spring than in autumn season (9.81-15.46%). The% yield loss over the years due to the disease ranged from 13.53 -22.41% with maximum loss reported in district Pulwama and minimum in district Srinagar. With an overall yield loss of 16.97% over the years, the loss was highest (15.88-26.01%) in spring than in autumn season (8.63-14.92%). The fungal pathogen constantly associated with the disease was established as Mycogone perniciosa. The pathogen produced typical and characteristic symptoms of wet bubble disease.
 
 
 
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