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Sep 22, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Intestinal Parasitic among Children with Less Than Fifteen Years Old in the Rural Neighbourhoods of Saurimo, Province of Lunda-Sul, Angola

Estefania Lourenco Conceicao Agostinho, Antonio Neres Norberg, Paulo Roberto Blanco Moreira Norberg, Fabiano Guerra Sanches, José Tadeu Madeira de Oliveira, Nicolau Maués Serra Freire
Background: Intestinal parasites are among the most common pathogens found in humans. Helminths and protozoa which colonize the intestine constitute an important public health problem in the world. Considering that more than half of the world population is infected by enteroparasites, with high prevalence among the poorest, this research aimed to investigate parasitological indicators among children under fifteen years of age in t
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Sep 22, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Identification of the Oscillator Parameters of the Van der Pol Oscillator Using Wavelet Analysis

N. T. Abdullayev, O. A. Dyshin, D. A. Dadashova
A procedure for determining the current parameters of the oscillator is based on the calculation of the wavelet coefficients of the signal system using fast discrete wavelet transform and application of the differentiation formulas wavelet expansions.


Sep 19, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Are 20% B0, 20% Bunfished, and BMSY Valid as Reference Points for Fisheries Resource Management?

Kazumi Sakuramoto
The aim of this paper is to discuss the validity of 20% B0, 20% Bunfished and BMSY as reference points for managing fisheries resources. I reanalyzed eight stock-recruitment relationship (SRR) sets of data that were analyzed by Myers et al
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Sep 19, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Spatial Multi-Criteria Based Analysis to Assess Dynamics and Vulnerability of Forest Ecosystems to Global Changes: Case of Maamora Forest-Morocco

Koffi Dodji Noumonvi, Fouad Mounir, Bakhiyi Belghazi
Maamora forest is of high importance both to its surrounding local population and Morocco as a whole, thanks to the products and services that it provides. In fact, it was the largest one stand cork oak forest in the world until beginning of the 20th century. However, since 1951, this forest has been subject to significant dynamics, characterized by the replacement of cork oak by pi
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Sep 19, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Obstetric and Perinatal Outcomes of Teenage Pregnancies: A Cross-Sectional Study

Ahamed Lebbe Failur Rahman, Athambawa Mohamed Razmy, Mohammed Muzammil Al-Ameen Rizath
The teenage pregnancy is still preferred in different part of the world against the advice of the medical practitioners. This study aimed to describe the obstetric and perinatal outcomes of the teenage mothers and to compare these with outcomes of the adult mothers. For this purpose, 762 teenage and 756 adult mothers were followed in the eastern region of Sri Lanka for 21 months. This study found that the
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Sep 19, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Water Supply Challenges and Storm Water Management in Kisii Municipality, Nyakomisaro Sub Catchment, Kenya

Christopher Misati Ondieki, Bisley Mokaya Kebaso
The water supply system in Kisii municipality faces many challenges. The municipality is located within the Nyakomisaro sub catchment and the water supply relies heavily on the River Nyakomisaro. The water supply system is dilapidated and there is a lot of wastage due to poor maintenance. The state of the catchment does not permit all year round supply due to degradation and climatic variability and this compromises sub-catchment
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Sep 18, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Model of Long-Term Vitamin A Deficiency in the Mammary Gland of Virgin Rats

Miriam Ester Vasquez Gomez, Silvia Varas, Maria Sofia Gimenez
Deficiency in vitamin A is an evil in underdeveloped countries where the minimum recommended intake is not achieved. This may have long-term implications on the health of the population. For this reason, it would be very useful to achieve an animal model where the different implications of this deficiency can be observed. This could lead to the formulation of future nutrition politics. The levels of retinoic acid and intermediary
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Sep 15, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Validity of Expanding Universe Theory—Static Universe Still Consistent with Hubble’s Law

Yosuke Yashio
This note questions the validity of the Expanding Universe Theory with simple mathematics and shows Static Universe is still consistent with Hubble’s Law without assumption of expansion of the space (or the universe). If we had an explosion of a huge celestial body (including a black-hole) containing all substances of the current galaxies in the past, “the further away the galaxy, the greater the speed of recession” is a
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Sep 15, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Collective Behavior in a Local Causal Model of Quantum Theory

Hans H. Diel
The non-localities in quantum theory (QT) (the most famous example is expressed in the violation of Bell’s inequality in experiments) impede the construction of a local causal model of QT including quantum field theory (QFT). The laws of collective behavior may be considered to be types of non-local laws: laws that apply to the collection of system components as a whole. The article presents a proposal for the treatment of the non
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Sep 15, 2017Open    AccessArticle

A Set of New Interpretations in Political Thought

Jan-Erik Lane
One may approach the history of political thought through a variety of themes that various philosophers share but handle very differently. I wish here to capture a few trends in political thought by analysis of the following two long lived themes, namely: naturalism against moralism as well as determinism versus voluntarism.


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