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Mohiddin S.K.,Acharya Nagarjuna University | Yalavarthi S.B.,Jagarlamudi Kuppuswamy Choudary College | Sharmila S.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing | Year: 2017

In order to arm yourself and assess risk correctly in the cloud, carrying out investigations are necessary. Though Cloud Computing is the buzzing technology now a days, with the advent with which cloud computing is developing and providing solutions to the upcoming technologies where on the other side of it there also lies a down fall with respect to theft of data in the cloud, loss of data in the cloud which are related to forensic, these things create an distrustful relation between cloud user and cloud providers, during the past half decade cloud forensic has emerged as a challenging point that has to be solved in cloud computing, the prevailing existing solutions which were suggested at the initial stage of Cloud Forensics were satisfied at that time but those solutions cannot rule now also, due to which they are not up to the mark to give much satisfaction which there by strengthen the faith of users in cloud, and makes Cloud Service Providers to provide the services and make a path to be laid for the coming technologies to utilize the flavors of cloud computing. This paper inculcates the contents related to cloud forensic which are traced out which are being known, to be known. In this paper we have traced out the major causes of Cloud Forensics, and thrown a light on the causes and origins which are helpful for laying a success ladder for Cloud Forensic concepts, and provided relevant content which would be helpful to trace out the solutions which are causing obstacles in the field of Cloud Forensics, utilizing which one can get an overview of the challenges and if considered can definitely lead to a good solution methods which if implemented in a proper way can lead to recovery of lost data as well as to know the real cause of the effect and also in order to reduce their effect. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2017.


Ganga Bharathi T.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala | Lakshmi N.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala | Singarachaya M.A.,Kakatiya University
Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research | Year: 2011

The efficiency of three white rot fungi Trametes versicolor, Lenzites betulina and Polyporus elegans in bringing about decolorization and enhancement of xylanase production was studied using sawdust liquid extract, a crude source of xylan at two different concentrations of 12% and 20%. The selected cultures were proved to be efficient in both decolorization of xylan and production of xylanases. A clear linear correlation between the enzyme production and decolorization was observed. The decolorization percentage increased with increase in enzyme production from 6 th to 12 th days of incubation. Trametes versicolor showed maximum decolorization and enzyme production at both the concentrations. It showed 100% of decolorization and 900ug/ml enzyme production at 12% and 95% decolorization and 750ug/ml enzyme at 20%. Lenzites betulina and Polyporus elegans showed 90% and 85% of decolorization and 700ug/ml, 650ug/ml enzyme production at 12% while 85% and 80% decolorization with 650ug/ml, 583ug/ml enzyme production at 20% concentration of saw dust extract respectively. The study of the bleaching and delignifying (kappa number reduction) ability of wood degrading fungi on pulp were also studied. The results obtained revealed that the selected cultures were able to reduce kappa number. Trametes versicolor was able to reduce kappa number up to 10 points, Lenzites betulina and Polyporus elegans upto 6 and 2 points respectively. Xylanase enzyme was secreted during bleaching by all the three white rot fungi. Based on the results it can be interpreted that xylanases enhance the delignification process and therefore the bleaching of pulp.


Sreelakshmi A.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala
Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia | Year: 2013

Naratriptan is a triptan drug. Two simple, sensitive and accurate spectrophotometric methods have been developed for the determination of Naratriptan in pure state and in its pharmaceutical dosage forms. The developed Method A, involves the formation of drug-picric acid complex in chloroform solution and it shows maximum absorption at λ max 400 nm; linearity in the range of 2.5-12.5 μg/mL. Method B is based on the formation of charge transfer complex formation of chloranilic acid with drug. The developed chromogen in Method B exhibits maximum absorption at λ max 525 nm and linearity in the range of 100-500 μg/mL. The results obtained were statistically evaluated and were found to be accurate and reproducible.


Sreelakshmi A.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala
Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences | Year: 2010

Ziprasidone is a typical antipsychotic agent. Two simple, sensitive and accurate spectrophotometric methods have been developed for the determination of Ziprasidone hydrochloride (ZPD) in pure state and in its pharmaceutical formulations. The developed Method A is based on the oxidation of the drug with Fe(III) and subsequent chelation of Fe(II) produced with 2,21 Bipyridyl to produce colored chromogen having maximum absorption at λmax 510 nm and Linearity in the range of 40-200 μg/mL. Method B involves oxidation followed by complex formation of the drug with Bathophenanthroline and it exhibits maximum absorption at λmax 630 nm; Linearity in the range of 4-20 μg/mL. The results obtained were statistically evaluated and were found to be accurate and reproducible.


Sreelakshmi A.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala
Oriental Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2010

Mizolastine is an antihistamine drug. Two simple, sensitive and accurate spectrophotometric methods have been developed for the determination of Mizolastine in pure state and in its pharmaceutical formulations. The developed Method A is based on the formation of picrate salt between picric acid and free base of Mizolastine and it shows maximum absorption at λ max 400 nm and Linearity in the range of 3-15 μg/mL. Method B involves reaction between free base of Mizolastine and chloranilic acid. The developed chromogen In Method B shows maximum absorption at λ max 530 nm and Linearity in the range of 50-250 μg/mL. The results obtained were statistically evaluated and were found to be accurate and reproducible.


Chandrasekhara Reddy M.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala | Chandrasekhara Reddy M.,Krishna University | Bramhachari P.V.,Krishna University | Sri Rama Murthy K.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala
Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems | Year: 2015

In the present study effect of different concentrations of sucrose and Thidiazuron (TDZ) on in vitro morphogenesis of C. ensifolia was investigated and rapid micropropagation protocol was developed from in vitro derived nodal explants. Among the sucrose concentrations tested, medium concentration (3%) of sucrose induced maximum number of healthy shoots (6.5±0.68). The shoots formed in this concentration are normal and elongated rapidly. Whereas at higher concentrations delayed shoot induction with stout shoots stunted in their growth was observed. Among different concentrations of TDZ tested healthy shoots with well developed leaves were formed in lower concentration i.e. 0.2 mg/l. the number of shoots formed in this concentration was limited to 3.6±0.18 shoots/explant. The shoots raised in vitro were best rooted on MS medium supplemented with 0.1 mg/l α-Naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) in combination with 0.05 mg/l 6-Benzyladenine (BAP). The maximum root induction (84%) with mean number of roots of 6.7±0.26 and with mean root length 3.5±0.28 cm was observed after six weeks of inoculation. Complete plantlets developed in vitro were acclimatized successfully with 85% survival in field conditions.


Murthy K.S.R.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala | Kondamudi R.,Montessori Mahila Kalasala
Phytomorphology: An International Journal of Plant Morphology | Year: 2010

Nodal and nodal TCLs explants of endangered Ceropegia spiralis and C. pusilla were cultured on Murashige & Skoog media (full, half and quarter strengths) supplied with sucrosc, cytokinins and auxins alone and in combinations. Flowering was achieved after 5-10 weeks of culture. In C. spiralis, the maximum flowering (84%) was observed on Vi MS medium supplemented with NAA 10.74 μM/l, 3% sucrose and in C. pusilla, the maximum flowering (80%) was recorded on Vi MS containing IB A 0.0123 μM/l, with 3% sucrose. Although these flowers are smaller in size, the in vitro tlowers were morphologically comparable with that of in vivo derived tlowers.

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