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In this article, we offer an energy and data proficient routing protocol for wireless body area networks (WBAN) using sensors and multi-hop routing. We have introduced redundant nodes at mobile positions. These nodes transmit data to the sink node. However, in order to avoid duplicate data transmission, we forward data of only one node among the adjacent sensor nodes. Next we have chosen relay node which transmit data of another nodes. The selection of relay node is based upon its residual energy, its distance from the sink and from its neighbors. The energy and distance constraints provide balanced power consumption. Distribution of redundant nodes avoid link break in case of movement of human body and removal of duplicate data reduces extra energy consumption. Simulation results prove that the IIEPDR protocol lower the overall energy consumption and increase data information during the network operations. Availability of redundant nodes maintains data delivery towards the sink in all situations (mobile and idle).

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Nepal (Gorkha) Earthquake of 25th April, 2015 with the intensity of 7.7 on Richter scale was a devastating one, which led to the destruction of many heritage sites in Nepal and its Neighboring countries. In India, the shocks can be felt in the states of the Bihar, Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Himachal Pradesh. After the earthquake the retrofitting of the structure was to be done to make the structure safe enough for its further usage and to serve the purpose. In the process of retrofitting, the structure was first visually inspected and then retrofitted according to its need, after analyzing the structure meeting the present day Codal provision. It is the process which comprises of several steps which are Visual Inspection, Analysis of the Structure, finding out repair/Rehabilitation/Retrofitting requirement of the Structure, Selection of the Retrofitting Technique, actualRetrofitting procedure of the Structure and finally Analysis of the structural strength etc. after the Retrofitting of the Structure.

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Printing is an inevitability of human being in all aspects of life.Print media is crucial component of printing industry and covers a broader sector. The entire print media is almost unimaginative without printing technology. Therefore the print media is an important aspect of communication for conveying information among society as communication is the most powerful weapon in this technological era. Theremarkable technological developments have also leaded the development like Electronic media but still print media is most dominating. The key objective of present study is to understand various aspects associated with print media for communication point of view.

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L-glutamic acid is the first amino acid produced commercially per year using coryneform bacteria. L-glutamic acid is one of the major amino acids, present in a wide variety of foods, used as a food additive and flavor enhancer in the form of sodium salt. Corynebacterium glutamicum and related subspecies are has shown remarkable success in industrial biotechnology. These are gram-positive soil bacteria and traditionally well-known as excellent producers of l-amino acids as well becoming flexible, efficient production platforms for various chemicals, materials and fuels.

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The solubility of Copper iodide (CuI) in water and dimethyl formamide (DMF) with potassium iodide in the combination as KI + Water, and KI + DMF were measured using an analytical gravimetric method at temperatures ranging from (298.15 to 315.15) K. The densities of the saturated solutions for both combinations are also reported. The results are interpreted in the form of enthalpy change ∆H.

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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consists of a small group of sensor nodes used to gather data from the area which is deployed. The nodes are cannot be charged so there is a need for Energy-Efficient protocol to choose a better cluster. The nodes are grouped into cluster and election of Cluster Head (CH) is a vital task in WSNs. This paper presents a better energy-efficient model for WSNs. The proposed model called K-LEACH (Klustering-LEACH) presents a novel idea in election of CH with the specified parameters such as residual energy, distance, threshold energy, total nodes of cluster and forms a cluster in order to work in an efficient manner. The proposed scheme is suitable for large scale networks where the energy is one of the main constraint. Efficiency is also enhanced by utilising the power amplification models of the proposed scheme. By the simulation results obtained K-LEACH is comparatively better in energy-efficient model for WSNs.

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Metabolically engineered Escherichia coli have been reported to produce the recombinant lycopene with good yields which is being dependent upon inocula state. Lycopene biosynthesis in Escherichia coli has been constructed by the corresponding single, double and triple gene knockouts and final lycopene yield are reported up to 260 mg/l for 60 h. Improving cells and central components (e.g. assessing cell physiology) of metabolic engineering has been developed a new tools to take advantage of the opportunities arising from the availability of whole-genome sequence information. Cellular phenotype is a manifestation of gene expression levels, metabolic demand, resource availability

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Sequence alignment is the process of lining up two or more sequences to achieve maximal label of identity, further purpose of accessing is degree of similarity and the possibility of homology. Comparison of more than two string is known as multiple sequence alignment. Multiple sequence alignment (MSA) is a powerful tool in locating similar patterns in biological (DNA and Protein) sequences. The objective of this application is to develop a Multiple sequence alignment tool using star alignment method. This application / project has been developed using Visual Studio.Net and C# as page language was found to be appropriate for a rich user experience, faster code construction, automatic memory allocation and faster debugging.

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Wireless sensor technology is playing a vital role in many of the commercialized industrial automation processes and various other real life applications. It is particularly suitable for harsh environment applications where deploying of other network infrastructure is difficult and/or almost impossible such as in battlefield, in hazardous chemical plant, and in high thermal environment. It is not uncommon to see that most of the crucial surveillance and security applications also rely on sensor based applications. Sensors which are tiny in size and cheap in cost have the capabilities to be deployed in a range of applications .