النشر العلمي

  • الجيش والمليشيات المسلحة في السودان: تكامل أدوار أم تنازع اختصاصات

تهدف الورق إلي مناقشة علاقة الجيش بالمليشيات المسلحة في السودان، من حيث طبيعة هذه العلاقة وأدوار الأطراف المختلفة في الصراع، ودور الجيش في حفظ الاستقرار السياسي في السودان، وعلاقة بالاحتياطات العسكرية مثل الدفاع الشعبي ، وتبين الورقة الخلاف بين أنواع المليشيات المسلحة في السودان .

published in المركز العربي لإبحاث السياسيات

  • biological sciencesInternational Conference on chemical,agricultural and

Photochemical Analysis of Sudanese Indigenous Plant (Abutilon) and the Effect of Plant extract on Characteristics of Cotton Fabrics

 

Fadl elmoula Abd alla.Idris ,Nedal Eth eldeen and Thoaeba Salih

Department of Textile Engineering

Faculty of Textile

University of Gezira

Wed Medani, Sudan

Email kadabas_20@yahoo.com

Abstract

The ultimate goal of this paper is to study anti-microbial activities of Abutilon plant and to evaluate the effect of plant extract on physical characteristics of cotton fabrics. Results of Photochemical analysis of the plant revealed the presence of Steroids, Tannin, Alkaloids, Terpenoids, glycosides and Saponin. The physical properties of fabrics such as tensile strength, tearing, were negatively affected. On the same way the breaking at elongation was improved. The results also showed, washing fastness was not affected by using plant extract the treated and untreated samples recorded (5 gray scale). On the same way the colour fastness was affected by using plant extract the colour fastness was recorded (3 scales and 5 scales) for treated and untreated samples respectively.

Keywords. Abutilon extract, physical characteristic, photochemical analysis, cotton fabrics.

 

 

 

published in International conference on Chemical,Agriculturaland Biological Sciences,

  • Photo chemical Analysis of Sudanese Indigenous Plant Abutilon and Effect of plant Extacts on characteristics of Cotton Fabrics

Photochemical Analysis of Sudanese Indigenous Plant (Abutilon) and the Effect of Plant extract on Characteristics of Cotton Fabrics

 

Fadl elmoula Abd alla.Idris ,Nedal Eth eldeen and Thoaeba Salih

Department of Textile Engineering

Faculty of Textile

University of Gezira

Wed Medani, Sudan

Email kadabas_20@yahoo.com

Abstract

The ultimate goal of this paper is to study anti-microbial activities of Abutilon plant and to evaluate the effect of plant extract on physical characteristics of cotton fabrics. Results of Photochemical analysis of the plant revealed the presence of Steroids, Tannin, Alkaloids, Terpenoids, glycosides and Saponin. The physical properties of fabrics such as tensile strength, tearing, were negatively affected. On the same way the breaking at elongation was improved. The results also showed, washing fastness was not affected by using plant extract the treated and untreated samples recorded (5 gray scale). On the same way the colour fastness was affected by using plant extract the colour fastness was recorded (3 scales and 5 scales) for treated and untreated samples respectively.

Keywords. Abutilon extract, physical characteristic, photochemical analysis, cotton fabrics.

 

 

published in International conference on Chemical,Agriculturaland Biological Sciences,

  • First report on the occurrence of the peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Tephritidae) in Sudan

Faiza E. E. Salah1, Hayder Abdelgader2, De Villiers, Marelize3

1University of Gezira (Sudan), 2Agricultural Research Corporation (Sudan), 3 Citrus Research International (South Africa).

Co-responding author e. mail: faizaruba@yahoo.com

Key word:Bactrocera zonata, Peach fruit fly,survey,Sudan

 

Abstract                   

: The peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Tephritidae), was captured in a fruit fly detection trap during July2011 in three locations in the Gezira area, Sudan. The first samples were identified through Marc de Meyer (Royal Museum for Central Africa, Belgium) and Ian White (The Natural History Museum, London) in fruit fly traps, meant to survey Bactrocera invadens in Sudan, mounted in Wad Medani, Gezira, mid 2011. A survey during late 2011 and early 2012 revealed the presence of B. zonata in all traps at various periods in the Wad Medani area. The percentage B. zonata of the total catch ranged between 4 and 82% during the surveyed period in Wad Medani area. In Singa and Elkamlin area, B. invadens was present in all traps at various periods. However, B. zonata was present with a very small proportion only on two occasions in Singa and one occasion in Elkamlin

published in The congress book of abstract and the congress program of the Turkey 6th plant protection congress ,Sebtember 2016

  • Oral diseases prevalence and co-morbid factors among children with down syndrome, Gezira State, Sudan

Down syndrome (DS) is congenital chromosomal disorder syndrome, (Trisomy 21) characterized by
mental deficiency and growth retardation. The dental caries and gingivitis are noticed to be more
common among this group of patients, associated with reduced resistance to infections. This study
aims to assess the prevalence of oral diseases, poor oral hygiene and associated factors, among
children with trisomy 21. This cross sectional facility-based study was conducted in Medani School for
children with special needs, in central Sudan. The total number recruited was 93 special-needs school
pupils. Cases with trisomy 21 were 33 and all were recruited in this study. Simplified WHO basic oral
health assessment tests conducted by a dentist, were used to assess; (i) DMFT (ii) calculus deposit and
calculus index (Oral Hygiene Index) and (iii) Gingivitis and periodontal index. Male: female ratio was
2:1.3. Parents were mainly unskillful workers and house-wives. Dental plaque was reported in 100% of
cases, calculus in 26 (78.8%), gingivitis in 26 (78.8%), periodontitis in 10 (30.3%) and dental caries
(100%). Delayed tooth eruption was reported in 13 (39.4%) of cases. Dental plaque index was 0.84%,
calculus index was 0.55 and oral hygiene index was 1.39. This study showed a high prevalence of poor
oral hygiene among children with DS. Many factors were incriminated. Raising awareness and
involvement in care of oral hygiene by mothers and school staff is highly recommended

published in Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Vol. 6(6) pp

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