Silkworm (Bombyx mori) is a useful insect that creates plentiful silk in the shape of a cocoon by swallowing mulberry leaves (Morus alba) during the larval period. Humidity and temperature, for example, have an impact on the physiology of insects. Farmers are also dealing with a significant issue as a result of silkworm sensitivity to various diseases, which is having a negative impact on cocoon output. The purpose of this paper is to examine the management of entomopathogenic fungi utilising various green nanoparticles (NPs) and their effects on larval growth, survivorship, and mass silk production. Previous research on the relationship between environmental conditions, green NPs, and changes in the developmental cycle of silkworms is discussed in this publication. Environmental elements such as temperature and humidity are also important for increasing silk productivity in sericulture. However, enormous economic losses occur in the sericulture industry as a result of these pathogenic fungi and poor environmental conditions.
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The goal of this study was to analyse the current state of the newly redesigned television programme instruction (TVPI), as well as teachers’ attitudes and factors influencing its practical implementation in Arbaminch town secondary and preparatory schools in the Gamo zone of Ethiopia. The research used a descriptive-survey research design to achieve the goal. Using simple random sampling techniques, 24 instructors participated in the survey, accounting for 20% of the entire sample frame (Lottery system). Both the municipality and the schools were chosen using a nonprobability sampling technique known as purposive sampling. To acquire the relevant data about the issue, the study used a self-structured questionnaire (for quantitative) and semi-structured guide questions (for qualitative). The quantitative data was analysed using percentages, which were triangulated with the data from the interview. The study discovered that instructors and school administration strongly support the newly redesigned television programme in their duties, but a lack of new television programmes has a significant impact on television programme education, among other characteristics in the study region. Based on the findings, it is feasible to conclude that television programme instruction for instruction in the research area is somewhat implemented. As a result of the study’s findings, it is suggested that the responsible body give material and technical assistance to both teachers and administrators in order to enhance the status of PTVP implementation in the study area. When it comes to overall menstrual health, a disturbed cycle around the time of travel is usually a big deal. Women’s menstrual cycles are influenced by climate change. Although there are some recognised risk factors that can be related to the origin of malformation in about half of the instances, the specific cause of congenital abnormalities cannot be determined. Single gene mutations, chromosomal problems, multi-factorial inheritance, and environmental variables can all contribute to congenital malformations. The day of ovulation varies when a woman’s menstrual cycle is disturbed, and ovulation delay might result in a congenital birth problem.
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The menstrual cycle is a natural change in the body’s system, specifically the uterus and ovaries, that allows for pregnancy. The follicular phase, ovulation, and luteal phase make up the menstrual cycle. A menstrual cycle lasts on average 28 days, with most cycles lasting between 25 and 30 days. Ovulation occurs in the middle of the cycle, and fertilisation occurs in the fallopian tube after ovulation. Sperm lives in the female reproductive tract for four days after being discharged, and ova survive for two days after ovulation. As a result, fertilisation occurs almost entirely between days 11 and 18, and the rest days are referred to as the “healthy time.” In terms of overall menstrual health, a disrupted cycle around the time of travel is typically important. Climate change has an effect on women’s menstrual cycles. Nearly half of the time, the precise cause of a congenital defect cannot be determined, but there are several known risk factors that can be related to malformation causation. Single gene abnormalities, chromosomal disorders, multi-factorial inheritance, and environmental factors may all cause congenital anomalies. The day of ovulation differs in a disrupted menstrual cycle, and a delay in ovulation can result in a congenital birth defect.
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The present investigation was conducted during April 2019 to March 2020 to find out the seasonal variation in prevalence of ectoparasites of Indian major carps. Total 10 species of ectoparasites were collected from 360 fishes. Out of ten, three belong to Myxozoan (Myxobolus sp., Thelohannellus sp. and Henneguya sp.), three Ciliophporans (Trichodina sp., Tripertiella sp. and Ichthyophthirus sp.), two Monogeneans (Dactylogyrus sp. and Gyrodactylus sp.) and two Crustaceans (Ergasilus sp., and Argulus sp.). Among the different groups of ectoparasites, Myxozoan has shown highest prevalence (19.91%) throughout the year followed by Ciliophorans (17.31%), Crustaceans (9.63%) and Monogenean (1.95%). Among the ectoparasites, Myxobolus sp. is the most prevalent ectoparasites followed by Trichodina sp., Thelohannellus sp., Tripertiella sp. and Argulus sp. It was observed that the infection was the maximum during winter, moderate in summer and minimum in monsoon season.
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