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Articles by T. Ramesh
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  S. Bhama , T. Karthikeyan , T. Ramesh and S. Gopinathan
  The aim of the research work is to formulate a nutritional juice to fulfil the nutritional requirements of human being through cost effective manner. Thus, the developmental strategy is to produce a nutritional health drink with natural preservatives as an alternative to chemically prepared modern soft drinks to avoid health risks and increase the bioavailability of fruits and vegetables derived nutritional fractionates. Selected fruits, vegetables and some spices including indigenous species of Indian origin were utilized in a proper proportion in order to attain the human nutritional requirements. The methodology includes the extraction of nutritional juice from fruits and vegetables and subsequent analysis of nutritive value. Hence, the nutritional content, percentage of antioxidants and antimicrobial activity were also assessed in order to fulfil the nutritional requirements and longevity of the juice without any chemical additives. Upon fulfilling the criteria of nutritional requirements, the palatability was tested with many volunteers to know their willingness of consumption and found that all had accepted it. In the modern world, many people are consuming juices, foods with chemical based production or preservation without knowing the actual deteriorative and negative side effects. But the consumption of natural nutritional juice kind of products, which are produced directly from natural resources, would certainly improve the health status of individual without any negative side effects. The result of this research study reveals the presence of large amount of antioxidants, which is significantly high (94.7%) and other nutritive factors such as vitamins, minerals, also proves the same.
  M. Thangaraj , Vishruth Prem , T. Ramesh and A.P. Lipton
  The aim of the study was to find the RAPD finger printing of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillus circulans and Serratia marcescens, using ten random primers. The RAPD-PCR produced reproducible electrophoretic band patterns only in seven primers. There were 67 species specific bands observed, among these, 25 bands in P. aeruginosa, 19 in B. circulans and 23 in S. marcescens. This study suggests that RAPD typing could be an additional rapid typing method for studying the epidemiology of these pathogens. Based on the RAPD data the genetic identity between S. marcescens and B. circulans was more (0.3803) than the other.
  M.K. Jayanthi , S.K. Srivatsa and T. Ramesh
  This study discusses the analysis, design and evaluation of school e-Learn an interactive e-Learning tool. It covers the performance and evaluation details of usability, designing the evaluation, the objectives and respondents, the study, the Questionnaires questions asked and basic assumptions, what needed to be evaluated, the execution of the evaluation, its results and conclusions. The evaluation results indicated that the e-Learn system produced more rehearsal from students than the traditional teaching and improved their marks. It was easier and more interesting to use with greater facilities to research and rehearse knowledge. There was a general belief in the bended approach that e-Learn system, that it did indeed assist knowledge retention, this in itself is an important factor for the students psyche. As compared with the neutral system the interactive system held interest longer and was more capable of interacting at the students own level.
  M.K. Jayanthi , S.K. Srivatsa and T. Ramesh
  e-Learning is becoming a major component in academia today. There is a need for formalized guidelines in e-Learning that instruct the designer (course instructor) on how to design, maintain and manage a course. There are so many e-Learning systems available in the market. Content available for learning on the web is variable: some of it is excellent, much is mediocre. The content developers, educators and students needs can’t be addressed and their will be a gaps. To bridge the gap an e-Learning system was developed to build fragmented lesson plans of full courses based on the syllabus of our University. The goal of this study is to discuss the overview of the learning object approach to create learning content using oriented analysis and design method and the evaluation results. It covers the performance and evaluation details of usability, designing the evaluation, the objectives and respondents, the study, the questionnaires questions asked and basic assumptions the execution of the evaluation, its results and conclusions.
  M.K. Jayanthi , S.K. Srivatsa and T. Ramesh
  e-Learning is becoming a major component in academia today. This study discusses the key findings of an investigation of e-Learning system a framework for learning by doing and explaining with a computer based Tutoring system. The e-Learning softwares that is commercially available has been developed mainly to satisfy the needs of the industry, whose goal is the fast acquisition of competences. On the other hand, universities deals with learning processes that develop themselves on a medium or a long term period and their main idea is to help students to develop a cognitive representation of those sectors in which they are expected to operate. This is just one of the reasons that induced us to develop our own e-Learning systems using Learning Objects. A study has been conducted to know the impact of Learning objects and e-Learning in Education Sector. The study intends to analyze and to find out the difference between the Traditional Teaching Method and Teaching by using e-Learning among Students of SCSVMV in Concepts of Object Oriented Programming using C++. The results of the study shows that the systematic use of Learning Objects as part of the instructional design process will improve the quality of Teaching and Learning and it plays an important role in e-Learning.
  T. Parthipan , V. Ravi , E. Subramanian and T. Ramesh
  Rice is the most important cereal crop which plays major role in Indian food economy as well as dietary needs of the world. A major hindrance in the successful cultivation of rice is heavy infestation of weeds. Hence, the field investigations were carried out at Tamil Nadu Rice Research Institute, Aduthurai during wet seasons of 2011-12 and 2012-13 to study the effect of integrated weed control on growth and yield of transplanted rice and its residual effect on succeeding black gram. Experiments were tested in randomized block design replicated thrice. Treatments consisted of application of herbicides viz., clomazone 500 g ha-1, clomazone + 2, 4-DEE 500 g ha-1, butachlor 1250 g ha-1, pretilachlor 500 g ha-1 and bispyribac sodium 25 g ha-1 followed by (fb) Hand Weeding (HW) on 45 Days After Transplanting (DAT). Pre plant incorporation of glyphosate 2.5 L ha-1 fb pre emergence application of bensulfuron methyl plus pretilachlor 660 g ha-1 was also tested with two hand weedings and unweeded control. The highest grain yield (5831 and 8783 kg ha-1) were recorded under two hand weedings during both years as a result of reduced weed dry weight and increased growth attributes. This was on par with application of bispyribac sodium 25 g ha-1 fb one HW (5613 and 8653 kg ha-1). The results indicated that herbicides applied in rice did not showed their residual effects on succeeding black gram. Even though the results of two hand weedings were better, it can not be recommended at larger scale as it is time consuming and laborious. Hence, post emergence application of bispyribac sodium 25 g ha-1 fb one HW on 45 DAT can be recommended for better weed control and productivity in transplanted rice.
  Chapram Sudhakar and T. Ramesh
  Problem statement: A network of workstations, viewed as a distributed shared memory system can be used to develop and test parallel algorithms. Approach: For implementing parallel algorithms on such DSMs shared memory consistency model plays a vital role. Results: However on a LAN, strict consistency models like Sequential Consistency model (SC) are not useful since the communication is slow. In such environments relaxed models like Entry Consistency (EC), Release Consistency (RC) or their variations such as Lazy Release Consistency (LRC) are generally used. Conclusion/Recommendations: In this study an Improved Lazy Release Consistency (ILRC) model is proposed. This model is studied with standard parallel algorithms. In many cases the ILRC model is proved to work better than the LRC model.
  T. Ramesh , R. Mahesh and V. Hazeena Begum
  The aim of present study to assesse the harmful effects of chronic cigarette smoking on membrane-bound ATPases and the protective effect of S. grandiflora in rat lung, liver, kidney and heart. Adult male WKY rats were exposed to cigarette smoke for a period of 90 days and consecutively treated with aqueous suspension of S. grandiflora (1000 mg kg-1 b.w/day, p.o) for a period of 3 weeks. The levels of lipid peroxides as marker for evaluating the extent of membrane damage, the activities of Na+-K+-ATPase, Ca2+-ATPase and Mg2+-ATPase and associated cations sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) were investigated in rat lung, liver, kidney and heart. Membrane damage was evident from the increased levels of lipid peroxides, decreased activities of membrane-bound ATPases and alterations in the levels of inorganic cations were observed in cigarette smoke exposed rats. Administration of aqueous suspension of S. grandiflora (ASSG) inhibited the levels of lipid peroxides, ameliorated the activities of membrane-bound ATPases and maintained the ionic equilibrium in rats exposed to cigarette smoke. The results of our study indicate that ASSG protects the membrane-bound ATPases from cigarette smoking induced membrane damage.
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