European Scientific Journal

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List of Papers (Total 14,371)

Le goyavier rouge : Psidium cattleyanum var. coriaceum (Mart. ex O. Berg) Kiaersk. une espèce envahissante, à usage multiple en Grande-Comore

The geographical position of the Comoros archipelago conditions an environment conducive to continental biological invasions. In the current context of climate change, with the repeated arrival of strong winds from nearby coasts, the phenomenon is likely to worsen. This study presents the characteristics of the biological invasion of Psidium. cattleyanum var. Coriaceum in Grande...

Quantitative Analysis, Distribution and Traditional Management of Pigeon Pea [Cajanus Cajan (L.) Millsp.] Landraces’ Diversity in Southern Benin

Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) is an important drought tolerant legume cultivated in the semi-arid regions, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Despites its important potential, the crop is neglected and underutilized in many countries including Benin. In order to develop efficient in-situ strategies conservation, a study was conducted to quantify pigeon pea landrace diversity...

Relacion Entre La Densidad Óptima Agronomica Y El Número De Granos Por Planta En Maíz (Zea Maysl.)

The density of sowing (D) is one of the main management practices that influences the yield (Y) of corn. There exists a density value in which the yield is maximum (OPD), depending on the environment, the genotype and its interaction. The objectives of this project were: i-To determine the OPD for two corn genotypes in different productive environments; ii- Analyze the...

Morphological and Genotypic Characterization of Fungi Associated with the Ascochyta Blight Complex in Western Regions of Algeria

The study is conducted in two growing areas of garden pea (Pisum sativum L.) in northwestern Algeria. Damages caused by Ascochyta sp complex are important in particular for the variety of Kelvedon Wonder. Observations carried out on the infected plants for several years, indicate the presence of superimposed necrosis of different sizes on all aerial organs. However, these...

Can Advanced Maternal Age Negatively Impact the Prognosis of Birth? An Observational Study at the Issaka Gazoby Maternity Center in Niamey, Niger

Background: Childbirth at an advanced age is increasing rapidly in the world. This is due to sociological changes and to the development of medically assisted procreation. There are still gaps in knowledge about the risks associated with pregnancy among older women. The objective of our study is to investigate the perinatal risk factors of pregnancy of women over the age of 35...

Analyse De La Diversité Floristique De La Forêt Classée D’agbo I (Côte d’Ivoire)

This study was carried out in the Agbo I classified forest (6 ° 24 '- 6 ° 41' N, 4 ° 50 '- 4 ° 09' W), which covers 15,575 ha. It contributes to a better knowledge of the dense semi-deciduous moist forest of Nesogordonia papaverifera (A. Chev.) Cap. (Malvaceae) and Khayaivorensis A. Chev. (Meliaceae). The surface surveys coupled with the itinerant inventories made it possible to...

Diversité Inter Décennale De La Végétation De La Vallée De Goulbi N’Kaba

The present study is conducted in the Sylvo-Pastoral Zone (ZSP) of the Goulbi N'Kaba Valley and the agricultural zone (fields on adjacent terraces), in the southern center of Niger. The objective of the study is to evaluate the inter-decennial plant biodiversity (2004-2014). Thus, the phytosociological surveys (Daget and Poissonet, 1971) were carried out in plots of 2500 m...

Fluoxetine Affects Glycolytic Pathway of C6 Rat Glioma Cells

Antidepressants (ADs) such as fluoxetine is known to target and inhibit the electron transport chain of mitochondrial, effects on rat C6 glioma cell function are expected. Also, it has been shown that fluoxetine can inhibit mitochondrial respiration in pancreatic beta cells; however whether this drug can also directly affect glycolytic metabolism is unknown. To address this idea...

Aggression Dimensions in Students with Autism

The current study is intended to explore the prevalence of aggression level of students with autism based on gender, age, and intellectual state. The study sample is composed of parents for (108) of children with autism. These students are aged 5-16 years old who have been attending the autism centers in the State of Kuwait. The current study has utilized a three-dimensional...

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Staff on Segregation of Hospital Waste: A Case Study of a Tertiary Private Hospital in Kenya

This study set to find out the knowledge, attitude and practice of hospital staff in segregation of hospital waste. Specifically, the study sought to analyse how healthcare waste is segregated, what organizational factors affect the practice, knowledge on proper management of biomedical waste and the attitude of workers towards the practice. A sample size of 105 respondents was...

Analyse De L'efficacité Technique Des Exploitations Agricoles Familiales À Maurice

This study was undertaken to determine the technical efficiency of family farms and to identify the factors which determine their productivity. All in all, 200 farmers were randomly selected and interviewed using a structured questionnaire to obtain data on agricultural production and input use during 2014. The Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) technique was used to determine the...

Comparative Study of Solvent Extraction of Uranium with Alamine 336 and Aliquat 336: Application to the Uranium-Bearing Solutions of Niger Republic

This study focuses on the liquid-liquid extraction of uranium by anionic extractants of Alamine 336 and Aliquat 336. The objective of this study is to determine the parameters allowing the optimization of the extraction percentage of uranium, and other metals such as molybdenum, zirconium and vanadium. The extraction kinetics of uranium is achieved in 2 minutes. Sulfuric acid...

Bullying and Mobbing in Academe:A Literature Review

This review of the current state of literature in regards to academic mobbing found that the most common types of bullying were psychological and emotional attacks, often directed towards an academic by either administrators, other academics and faculty, or even students. Many risk factors are related to academic mobbing, including sex, sexual orientation, gender, race and...

La Formación Docente: La Metáfora De La Caja Del Formador

This paper focuses on the key training points needed to be a good teacher. Reflecting on the keys and elements of a good praxis often results to the assessment of training processes and the influence of these on good practices. The aim of this study titled “The Trainer’s Box” is to reflect on those elements which gaive specific answers that are adapted to the different objectives...

Effect of Technology Based Financial Innovations on Non-Interest Income of Commercial Banks in Kenya

Technology based financial innovation has had a great impact on the financial industry as a whole over the past few decades. It has presented the banking sector with an opportunity to increase the revenue base. This study intended to identify the impact of technology based financial innovation on non-interest income in Kenyan commercial banks. The study investigated how the...

The Influence of Internal Auditing on Effective Corporate Governance in the Banking Sector in Oman

This research aims to examine the influence of internal audit on effective corporate governance in commercial banks listed on Muscat Securities Market (MSM) in Oman. A questionnaire was used to collect data and was distributed to the 100 top senior level officials and internal audit department of the commercial banks. The regression model that was used in this study was five...

Financial Crisis, Environmental Turbulence and International Trade. The Case of Italy

In 2007 United States of America gave birth to a global, deep and disruptive phenomenon, well known as Financial Crisis. Despite the specific overseas location it first appears, the global crisis comes very fast in Europe, affecting several Countries in different ways and threating both Government and the economic tissue of the Nations. Since the crisis first appears, Italy has...

Relationship between Social Networking Sites and Observational Learning among Senior Secondary School Students in Mbaitoli Local Government Area, Imo State, Nigeria

Social Networking Sites are a type of virtual community which enables many people to interact and share ideas or interests. Social networking is rapidly changing the way the world is doing virtually everything, from the way people access information to the way people communicate and most importantly, the way they interact. This study investigated the relationship between Social...

Predicting Financial Distress among SMEs in Malaysia

Predicting financial distress among Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) can have a significant impact on the economy as it serves as an effective early warning signal. The study develops distress prediction models combining financial, non-financial and governance variables which were used to analyze the influence of major corporate governance characteristics, like ownership and...

Analyse Économique Du Secteur Industriel Au Maroc

In this study, we will focus on the different dimensions of performance, and make a descriptive analysis of the industrial sector’s position in the national economy. We will also assess the clout and the performance of each industrial branch, through the measurement of the following indicators: the added value, the employment, the number of companies, the investment, the foreign...

Social Studies in Nigeria Through the Lens of Biesta’s Three Functions of Education

This paper focuses on the examination of Social Studies Education in Nigeria with respect to the view of Gert Biesta’s three functions of education; qualification, socialization, and subjectification functions. It also discussed the concepts and definitions of Social Studies, the aims, goals and objectives of social studies in Nigeria, as well as the views of education by some...

Effect of Work Conflict on Employees Job Satisfaction: The Case of College of Distance Education, University of Cape Coast

The purpose of the study was to examine the effects of work life balance on employees’ job satisfaction at College of Distance Education, University of Cape Coast, Ghana-Africa. The study adopted the quantitative research approach specifically a correlational design. From populations of 242, a sample of 140 teaching and non teaching staff of the College was drawn across three...

Estrategia Didáctica Basada En La Lúdica Para La Adquisición De Competencias Financieras En Estudiantes De La Licenciatura En Administración

Financial competencies are about knowledge and understanding of both, financial concepts and financial risks, as well as the confidence to put them into practice. Ludic didactic strategies can be oriented towards knowledge acquisition of such skills. This paper aims to describe the impact of the use of a ludic didactic strategy to acquire financial competencies in undergraduate...