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Vol. 26(1) January 2022

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1. Ultrastructural effects of ethyl acetate extract of Lasiodiplodia pseudotheobromae IBRL OS-64 on foodborne bacterium

Mat Jalil Mohd Taufiq and Ibrahim Darah

Page No. 1-8; doi:; Full Text

2. Preparation and properties of bio-lubricants of neopentylglycol esters from various acids

Lakkoju Babi and Vemulapalli Vandana

Page No. 9-18; doi:; Full Text

3. Plant growth promotional studies of novel PGPR strains isolated from the rhizosphere of Neolamarckia cadamba (Roxb.)Bosser plantations in Narasipuram, Tamil Nadu

Menon Sangeetha and Varadharajan Mohan

Page No. 19-27; doi:; Full Text

4. Green synthesis of benzaldehydes by the selective oxidation o benzyl alcohols using hexacyanoferrate (III) and bromate under phase transfer catalysis

Bashpa P. and Bijudas K.

Page No. 28-33; doi:; Full Text

5. Development of spectrophotometric method for analysis of mercaptopurine and dimercaprol for use in quality control and monitoring water pollution

Singh Jasvir

Page No. 34-40; doi:; Full Text

6. Discrimination of Pineapples Varieties based on Volatile Organic Compounds using Chromatographic and Chemometrics Analysis

Osman Rozita, Zainuddin Syaidatul Faraha, Juahir Hafizan, Zakaria Siti Raihan and Raja Sabaradin Raja Zubaidah

Page No. 41-48; doi:; Full Text

7. Microwave assisted Williamson Ether Synthesis in the absence of Phase Transfer Catalyst

Kulkarni P.P. and Kulkarni A.M.

Page No. 49-52; doi:; Full Text

8. In vivo synergistic antibiofilm activity of Curcumin Silver Nanoparticles against UTI causing colistin resistance E.coli

Malathi S. and Jagathy K.

Page No. 53-57; doi:; Full Text

9. A Flower-like Cadmium Cobaltite Architecture for Efficient Degradation of Crystal Violet using a Photo‐Induced Catalytic Method: Insight into the Degradation Pathway

Samota Jayanti, Sharma Suraj, Prajapat Prakash and Intodia Kumud

Page No. 58-65; doi:; Full Text

10. Phytoremediation potential of spontaneous plant species in soils contaminated by hexavalent chromium in Djelfa city (Algeria)

Hachi Mohamed, Hamidi Mohamed, Touati Mostefa, Berrabah Yasmina and Korichi Ayoub

Page No. 66-74; doi:; Full Text

11. Synthesis and characterization of copolymer Poly [(Thiophene-2, 5-diyl)-co-para methoxy benzylidene] doped with Cobalt acetate using Oxidative polymerization

Mahashabde J.P., Patel S.N., Patil A.M. and Sonawane J.P.

Page No. 75-81; doi:; Full Text

12. Spectral analysis and kinetic studies of enzymatic delignification of kraft wood pulp by xylanase

Pradeep K.R., Narasimhan T.G., Krishna Prasad R. and Udaya Bhaskar Reddy Ragula

Page No.82-89; doi:; Full Text

13. Heavy Metal Absorption and Phytoremediation Capacity of Macrophytes of Polachira Wetland of Kollam District, Kerala, India

Nizar Najila and George Anila

Page No. 90-96; doi:; Full Text

14. Searching for a plant species having a potent bioherbicide using in silico approach

Yongpisanphop J.

Page No. 97-103; doi:; Full Text

15. Synthesis, charactrization and studies on biological activity of vanadium metal complexes derived from novel Salens

Lad Manoj N., Patil R.M., Sathe G.B. and Yamgar B.A.

Page No. 104-109; doi:; Full Text

16. Assessment and development of air quality forecasting models by the combination of PCA and ANN at metropolis Kolkata, India

Roy Abhisek, Sarkar Biswajit, Debsarkar Anupam, Dutta Amit and Chakrabarty Shibnath

Page No. 110-124; doi:; Full Text

17. Key Role of Ionic Liquids in the Cleaner and Greener Synthesis of Lactams

Srivastava Nitin

Page No. 125-130; doi:; Full Text

18. Bacterial Journey of Micro- and Nano-adsorption mechanisms for Chromate Elimination: A Prospective Study

Kalsoom A., Batool R. and Jamil N.

Page No. 131-142; doi:; Full Text

19. A short review on Foraminifera studies: retrospective, perspective and prospective

Sagar Prajapati P. and Mrugesh Trivedi H.

Page No. 143-147; doi:; Full Text

20. Carbon nanotubes as a potential adsorbent for the treatment of wastewater

Ahmaruzzaman Md.

Page No. 148-153; doi:; Full Text