Effect of Bitter Gourd (Momordica Charantia Linn.) Methnolic Extract in Alloxan Induced Diabetic albino rats
Nayan Kumar Prasad, Kumari Shachi, Sanjeev Kumar*
In present study an effort has been made to assess the hypoglycemic, Anticholestrolemic and haematinic activity of carrot juice in alloxan monohydrate induced experimental animal model. Male albino rats(100-150gm and 10-12 weeks)were acclimatized for 7 days in lab temperature. All animals were given standard water and pellet diet. Diabetes was induced in rats with the help of alloxan monohydrate (150mg/kg body wt.). After 72 hours alloxan monohydrate injection, rats were separated and treatment started with methnolic extract.A marked rise in fasting blood glucose as well as biochemical profile in diabetic control rats.Methnolic extract treated rats fell blood glucose as well as biochemical profile in diabetic rats. It is hope that present investigation will be helpful in establishing a scientific basis for antidiabetic, and improves biochemical profile in experimental animal model. The results are statistically significant.
Erosion Process and its Impact on Agricultural Productivity in its Intensive Development in the Territorial Land of Masalli District
The article presents the general characteristics of geological, geomorphological and orographic structures of soil-forming species, hydrographic network, climatic conditions, climatic factors, plant cover, plant cover. The total area of the district is 72097 hectares, of which 33.07% have a slope of the surface, which ranges from 1 to 350 Wrong use of steep slopes, unsystematic cutting of forest, unregulated output of livestock and economic activity play a major role in the spread and development of erosion processes in the territory of Masallin district. Studies have shown that under the influence of erosive soils the content of humus is 3.63%, and in heavily loamy yellow loam soils it decreases to 1.81%. Erosion processes in the territory of the Masalli district are causing great damage to plantations of grain crops and, in particular, winter wheat, reducing their yield. Thus, in the middle mountain-forest yellow-soil soils the yield is. Thus, in the middle-mountainous forest-forest soils the yield of green leaves of corn per hectare is 1118 kg, in heavy-duty 536.5 kg. In non-washed mountain-forest yellow-soil soils, the yield of winter wheat per hectare is 16.5ts and medium-washed-7.9ts.