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Scirj Volume IV, Issue VI, June 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th June 2016
Full Paper available from: 25th June 2016


The implications of sunflower seeds and flax seeds on plasma lipids profile and fatty acids profile-IL-6 correlation in laying hens: A comparative study
Sara. A. M, M. E. Barri , Salwar. M. E , Samia. H. A, Hala. E.A

Abstract: The present study was done to examine the ascendency of incorporating plant source of Omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids into laying hens diet, on the plasma lipids profile and plasma fatty acids profile-IL-6 correlation. Seventy five bird (Hisex-breed), 20 week old, were brought from animal production research center (Kuku), they were halved into two groups, group (A) was signed as control group, subjected to a diet based on corn, group (B) was under diet contains 10% flax seeds and group (C), was under basic diet supplemented with 10% sunflower seeds, the three formulae were designed to sustain the requirements of laying hens as recommended by (NRC). The trial duration was eight weeks, blood samples were collected once per month (week 4 and 8), in EDTA coated vials, immediately placed into iced-container, centrifuged at 3000rpm/20 min, samples were separated in aliquot, and stored at -20ºC and -80ºC until analysis.
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Frustration & Violence-Search and Remedy
Mohammad Salim Ullah

Abstract: For sustainable development as well as thinking for the betterment and welfare for our people, first we must think for our growing children. Now-a-days, children in around the world get frustrated in several ways. My assumption as well as research regarding frustration is how it occurs, what is happening in their lives and what is remedy for it-is to be observed. Eventually, frustration grows and when is increases gradually, by the time being, he/she makes violence which reduces to abnormal death or suicide or everything anomalous & unrest in his/her life.
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Elements Misusing Tipikor as Authority in Absolute Justice Administrative Competence
Mohammad Sahlan

Abstract: The core problem in this research is the post of enactment of the Act on Government Administration, the element of "abusing the authority" in Corruption still an absolute competence of the Corruption Court or switch to the Administration Court. The research concluded, theoretical and practical concept of "abuse the authority" in the Act on Government Administration as same with the concept of "abusing the authority" in the Act on Eradication Corruption. Therefore, both of these court attributively same absolute competence to examine and decide the elements of abusing authority in Corruption. However, based on the principle of "lex posteriori derogate legi priori", the authority to examine and decide upon the element of "abusing the authority" in the Corruption Court becomes the absolute competence of Administration Court.
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The Impact of ICT access on the Economic Development in Kenya: The case of Women in Kitale Municipality
Christine Gatwiri Gakure, Maurice M.Sakwa, Waweru Mwangi

Abstract: The background of this study was the gender digital divide which is the increasing access gap to ICTs among women as ICTs are increasingly becoming a key driver for development in developing countries. The aim of this study was to measure ICTs use and access among women in Kitale Municipality and the effects of ICT accessibility on women’s participation in development in Kitale Municipality. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design and a random stratified sampling technique to select the total number of respondents in this study which was three hundred and ninety (390). Data collection instrument was a structured questionnaire. Data analysis was through descriptive statistics and logit regression model. Study results indicated that access to ICT by women was significant in explaining use of ICT for participation in development. The results indicated that increase in accessibility of ICT reduced the log odds for use of ICTs for participation in development by women. The study has implications for the Kenyan ICT Master plan launched in April 2014 to ensure equitable and non-discriminate access to ICTs across urban and rural areas, and gender lines.
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Dividend Policy Perspective: Findings from the Survey Research to Triangulate Research on Investment Decision
Darmono, Cepi Pahlevi, Abdul Rakhman Laba, Sumardi

Abstract: The purpose of the company is basically to maximizimg profit which is short-term oriented, and maximizing company’s in long term orientation. The views that financial management seeks to combine optimal investment decisions, financing and dividend policy decisions and combining the three that will maximize the value of the company. This paper discussed the perspectives of investment decision and dividend policy toward capital structure that need to be given about dividends. This is because dividends can provide useful information in equity valuation. Dividends are not direct measures of performance. The study argued that while theory tells us that there need not be any relationship between current dividends and expected future dividends, there is the possibility that management can use dividend policy to signal their view of the company’s prospects.
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The New Making Equipment for Yarn Bulky Process
Rini Marlina, Theresia Mutia, Yusniar Siregar, Moekarto Moeliono

Abstract: A study has been carried out by means of designing and engineering tools (machine) maker of bulky yarn to produce a ready-made yarn for knitting process availability (Knitting) and weaving (Weaving). Raw materials which are processed on the machine results of design and engineering using two (2) types of raw materials, namely polyester and silk while the system processes threads bulky his created using three (3) a process model that includes system Gear Crimp, Friction Former crimp, and depending Twist. Besides the development of new tools in the trial , conducted four variations of the experiment the results of which can be selected which is best for each raw material .
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