|CODE of Seminar||Timestamp||Username||Academic Title||Full Name||Your Department||Title of Seminar||Abstract of Seminar||Seminar Keywords||Date||Prefered Time||Target Group||status||Date||Time||location||Link to Feedback|
|FSCH.SE136001||10/07/2013 20:58:email@example.com||Lecturer||Tara Fuad Tahir||Chemistry||SWOT Analysis||SWOT analysis is a structured planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project. It can be carried out for a product, place, industry or person. SWOT analysis involves specifying the objective of the business venture or project and identifying the internal and external factors that are favourable and unfavourable to achieving that objective.||Analysis, project, strength, weakness, opportunities and threats||10/23/2013||Late Morning||Faculty||Approved||10/23/2013||10:30:00||Chemistry Hall 6||FSCH.SE136001|
|FSCH.SE136002||10/27/2013 17:34:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Prof.||Maan Safa Al-Arif||Physics||Chloride Ions Radiation Enhencement Ratio||The present work shows that the presense of chloride ions inside the tumor cells provide excelent path way to increase radiation damage to the tumor.|
The present work suggests that chloride ions must be add to patient food as sodium chloride at the highest concentration allowed during radiotherapy treatment .
The presentation also shows methode of radiotherapy treatment.
|Radiation damage, Free radicals, Radiotherapy||11/19/2013||Early Morning||Department||Approved||11/19/2013||10:30 - 11:30||Nuclear Lab||FSCH.SE136002|
|FSCH.SE136003||10/28/2013 9:45:email@example.com||Lecturer||Ikbal Mohammed Gharib Tahir||Biology||Effect of irrigation with magnetized water and spraying licorice extract on some physiological characteristics of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) leaves and fruit quality under greenhouse condition||A greenhouse experiment conducted to study the effects of magnetized water and spraying with licorice extract on some physiological characteristics and fruit quality of cucumber hybrid SARA F1. The results indicated that, magnetized water increased stomata number on lower leaves surfaces, it also increased the content of chlorophyll a, b and total chlorophyll and increased total soluble solids (T.S.S) and vitamin C contents of fruits, while it decreased leaves dry matter content significantly compared with ordinary water. Spraying with licorice extract decreased significantly stomata number on upper leaves surfaces by increasing extract concentration , it also increased total soluble solids (T.S.S) and vitamin C contents of fruits.||Magnetic Water - Licorice extract - Cucumber plant - Foliar Sprying||11/13/2013||Late Afternoon||Department||Approved||11/13/2013||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 9 Biology||FSCH.SE136003|
|FSCH.SE136004||11/19/2013 22:30:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Harem Nareeman Mahmood||Clinical Psychology||APA reference style||Referencing is a standardized way of acknowledging the sources of information and ideas that used in academic papers and which allows the sources to be identified. American Psychological Association (APA) style is one of several styles for academic writing. Referencing is important to avoid plagiarism, to verify quotations and to enable readers to follow up what you have written and more fully understand the cited author’s work. So, It is important (morally & legally) to |
acknowledge someone else’s ideas or words you have used
|26.11.2013||Late Morning||Department||approved||03/12/2013||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 4 Mathematics||FSCH.SE136004|
|FSCH.SE136005||11/20/2013 20:10:email@example.com||Assistance Lecturer||Najem Abdallah Mohammad||Mathematics||Solving a System of Volterra- Fredholm Integral Equations of a Second Kind||The theory and application of integral equations is an important subject in applied mathematics, Integral equations classify in to two types which are Fredholm integral equations and Volterra integral equations, at once appear the problem of linear Volterra - Fredholm integral equations and its system , which I try to solve it by using some methods .||Fredholm integral equation ,|
Volterra integral equations
System of volterra fredholm integral equation
|11/27/2013||Late Morning||Department||approved||11/25/2013||12:00 - 1:00||Hall 1 Mathematics||FSCH.SE136005|
|FSCH.SE146006||27/12/2013 23:21:firstname.lastname@example.org||Lecturer||Srwa Ali Muhammed||Microbiology||Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Serotype Patterns of Salmonella typhi and |
Salmonella paratyphi from Blood Culture in Sulaimania City
published : University of Duhok the Kurdistan 3rd Conference on Biological Sciences. On
May 4th- 6th, 2010. Volume 13 Number 1. ISSN:1812-7568
| This study includes isolation of Salmonella typhi and Paratyphi from blood of clinically suspected patients with enteric fever. The typhoid fever distributed in Sulaimania city during 2007 and 2008 in a high rate. At 2007 out of 2640 General hospital attended patients suffered fever, 268 of them detected as typhoid, and at 2008 from 7821 attended patients, 1262 of them have typhoid disease. And in Sulaimani pediatric hospital during 2008 out of 7742 attaineded patients suffered fever, 1006 of them have typhoid disease. |
All isolates of Salmonella typhi and Salmonella paratyphi were isolated from blood of patients and identified according to the cultural, characteristic, morphological and biochemical examination. The results showed that most of the isolates were Salmonella serotypes AO1, O2, and some of the isolates were Salmonella serotype AO1, O4. The antibiotic susceptibility test for all samples were conducted for fourteen locally commonly used antimicrobial agents including ((gentamycin (Gm), ciprofloxacin (Cip), ceftriaxon (CRO), azethromycin (Aze), amikacin (Amk), cephalothin (Cph), cefotaxim sodium (CTX), chloramphenicol (Ch), trimethoprim (Tri), streptomycin (S), ampicillin (Amp), amoxicillin (Amo), refampicin (RD) and tetracycline (Tet), and this were compared with extra HPLC sigma antimicrobials powder that have 100% activity . According to the resistance of isolates to antibiotics, the isolates were classified into10 groups as antibiogram. All isolates showed high resistance rates for cotrimaxazol,chloramphenicol, amoxicillin, streptomycin and ampicillinm.
|Salmonella typhi; Salmonella paratyphi;Blood Culture; Antimicrobial Susceptibility||January 8,2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||08/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 9 Biology||FSCH.SE146006|
|FSCH.SE146007||08/01/2014 13:08:email@example.com||Lecturer||sarmad raheem kareem||medical microbiology||endothelium in health & disease||Endothelial cells are heterogenic group of cells; the phenotype varies according to the requirements of the individual organ|
they receive and respond to signals from both surrounding cells and tissues and flowing blood.
and actively and reactively participate in haemostasis and
immune and inflammatory reactions. they regulate vascular tone,autoimmunity and infectious processes. . Endothelial dysfunction or activation also contributes to a variety of disease states.
|endothelial cells,nitric oxide, endothelin,disease||january 15,2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||15/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 9 Biology||FSCH.SE146007|
|FSCH.SE146008||12/01/2014 09:03:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Hawkar Ibrahim Hussein||Clinical Psychology||psychological ramifications of domestic violence||Violence against women is a cross-cultural phenomenon, and one of the leading causes of death amongst young women. Also it has significant social costs, from decreasing women’s social participation, to increasing the public health burden through the need to deal with the physical and psychological effects of abuse.|
In here we try to discern the psychological consequences of violence against women
|Domestic violence ,PTSD, anxiety, depression,||15/01/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||15/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 4 Mathematics||FSCH.SE146008|
|FSCH.SE146009||14/01/2014 13:00:email@example.com||Assistance Lecturer||Rebaz Anwar Omer||Chemistry||Determination alcohol in wine or beer|
By different method
|Many companies are interested in evaluating their products or consumer goods by|
quantitative analysis in order to ensure that these products contain the correct amounts of
substances written on the label. Quantitative analysis is a process used by analytical chemists to
provide data about the quantities or relative proportions of substances present in a mixture. By
contrast, analytical chemists may also be interested in collecting data by qualitative analysis;
this process obtains data about the identity of a substance rather than how much of that substance
Wine is an alcoholic drink made by the fermentation of grapes after the addition of yeast.
The byproduct from this fermentation reaction is the “active” ingredient in wine, called alcohol
(specifically, ethanol or ethyl alcohol which can also abbreviated as EtOH). Wine is a mixture of
predominantly water, ethanol, sugar, and other added flavor ingredients. Wine usually contains
between 7 – 15% alcohol (average is 11%). In this experiment, you will be analyzing wine by
quantitative analysis to determine the amount of alcohol in wine and compare it to the label
|To determine the alcohol content of wine or beer and compare to the label of bottle. |
To determine the alcohol content in any types of drinking such as tiger.
To learn a different technique .
To practice good lab skills .
|15/01/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||15/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 5||FSCH.SE146009|
|FSCH.SE146010||14/01/2014 21:28:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Karzan Abdulkareem Omar||Chemistry||Catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide by manganese dioxide nanoparticles||Manganese dioxide nanoparticles used as catalyst to decomposition hydeogen peroxide and its catalytic activity studied under different experimental conditions such as pH (2, 7 and 12) at 20°C temperature. Decomposition of hydrogen peroxide is used as an indicator reaction for the catalyst. The kinetics of the reaction was analyzed by first order equation and rate constants were determined from the slopes of the straight lines. It was observed from the experimental results that the decomposition rate constant was found to be dependent on pH. The high rate constants at high pH values for the decomposition reaction demonstrated the fact that negative surface sites are responsible for the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.||Chemical coprecipitation, Manganese dioxide nanoparticles, Hydrogen peroxide and catalytic decomposition||29/01/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||29/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 5||FSCH.SE146010|
|FSCH.SE146011||18/01/2014 02:12:email@example.com||Assistance Lecturer||nsar sherko omer||chemistry||Specterophotometric determination of lead in different samples of soil at kurdistan region||The concentration of lead in different types of soil samples at Kurdistan region can be determined by using a specterophotometric technique at wave length between (200-350) nm.|
First, by digesting the samples
Secondly, calibration curve will be achieved by taking a various absorbance of a serious standard solution
Finally, the concentration of lead will be calculated in these samples by interpotation
|specterophotometer, abosrbtion , digestion, calibration curve, transition||22/01/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||22/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 5||FSCH.SE146011|
|FSCH.SE146012||18/01/2014 10:39:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Prof.||Azad Ali Ismail||Clinical Psychology||Health and Religion||This seminar presents a possible link between several physical and mental aspects of health with religion. The presentation will show some proposed mechanisms to explain this link.||Physical Health, Mental Health, Religion||28/01/2014||Late Morning||Faculty||Approved||28/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 16||FSCH.SE146012|
|FSCH.SE146013||19/01/2014 20:27:email@example.com||Assistance Prof.||mohammad shami hasso||mathematics||Fields of mathematics||Mathematics can be subdivided into the study of quantity, structure, space, and change (i.e. arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and analysis). In addition to these main concerns, there are also subdivisions dedicated to exploring links from the heart of mathematics to other fields: to logic, to set theory (foundations), to the empirical mathematics of the various sciences (applied mathematics||pure mathematics, applied mathematics||21/01/2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||21/01/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 16||FSCH.SE146013|
|FSCH.SE146014||21/01/2014 12:49:firstname.lastname@example.org||Lecturer||Faten Chaqmaqchee||Physics||Ga0.35In0.65 N0.02As0.08/GaAs bidirectional light-emitting and light-absorbing heterojunction operating at 1.3 mum||The Top-Hat hot electron light emission and lasing in semiconductor heterostructure (HELLISH)-vertical-cavity semiconductor optical amplifier (THH-VCSOA) is a bidirectional light-emitting and light-absorbing heterojunction device.The device contains 11Ga0.35In0.65N0.02As0.08/GaAs MQWs in its intrinsic active region which is enclosed between six pairs of AlAs/GaAs top distributed Bragg reflectors (DBRs) and 20.5 pairs of AlAs/GaAs bottom DBR mirrors. The THH-VCSOA is fabricated using a four-contact configuration. The wavelength conversion with amplification is achieved by the appropriate biasing of the absorption and emission regions within the device. Absorption and emission regions may be reversed by changing the polarity of the applied voltage. Emission wavelength is about 1,300?nm and a maximum gain at this wavelength is around 5dB at T=300K.||THH-VCSOA, Amplification, bidirectional, GaInNAs||28.01.2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||11/02/2014||10:30 -11:30||Hall 2||FSCH.SE146014|
|FSCH.SE146015||26/01/2014 18:28:email@example.com||Lecturer||Jaza Abdullah Mohammed||medical microbiology||Is Screening for Diabetes Mellitus Beneficial?||To give a brief and general definition of screening of a particular disease in a given community .The seminar also includes the benefit and drawbacks of screening. We will focus on the reasons behind performing screening and the screening tools.||. . . recommendations .Healthy Population ..Disease . Screening benefit .Tools||04/02/2014||Late Morning||Faculty||approved||04/02/2014||10:30 -11:30||Hall 15||FSCH.SE146015|
|FSCH.SE146016||28/01/2014 22:55:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Aram Othamn Aziz||Chemistry||How to make an effective presentation|| An effective presentation makes the best use of the relationship between the presenter and the audience. It takes full consideration of the audience’s needs in order to capture their interest, develop their understanding, inspire their Confidence and achieve the presenter’s objectives. This presentation offers you an insight into the process of planning an effective presentation. It focuses on the importance of the presenter's relationship with the audience and suggests key strategies for making an impact. ||,Objectives,pesnetation,Audience,Presenter||05/03/2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||05/03/2014||10:30-11:30||Hall 5||FSCH.SE146016|
|FSCH.SE146017||29/01/2014 13:32:email@example.com||Lecturer||Fahmi Fariq Muhammad||Physics||Influenced of the Donor-Acceptor Interface Morphology on Electrical Properties of Organic Solar Cells Based on Soluble TsNiPc||A simple method to modify the surface morphology of spin coated nickel phthalocyaninetertrasulfonic acid tetrasodium salt (TsNiPc) thin films by means of their immersion in different organic solvents followed by letting them dry under ambient conditions will be presented. Photovoltaic devices, based on treated TsNiPc films as donor and perylene-3,4,9,10-tetracarboxylic-3,4,9,10-dianhydride (PTCDA) layers as acceptor, were fabricated and tested. The electrical response of the treated devices under illumination showed significant enhancement and increased short-circuit current density (Isc) compared to the untreated devices. We attributed this electrical improvement to the increased charge carrier transport within the devices’ active area, produced by the modified surface morphology of the donor layer that was caused by the solvent treatment.||soluble phthalocyanine, TsNiPc, PTCDA, surface morphology, solvent treatment||04/01/2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||18/02/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 2||FSCH.SE146017|
|FSCH.SE146018||29/01/2014 21:39:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Bashdar Ismael Meena||Chemistry||The effects of fossil fuel Gas emissions on Human Health|| Clean air is essential to life and good health. Several important pollutants are |
produced by fossil fuel combustion: carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, and hydrocarbons . Carbon monoxide is a gas formed as a by-product during the incomplete combustion of all fossil fuels. Exposure to carbon monoxide can cause headaches and place additional stress on people with heart disease. Cars and factories are the primary source of carbon monoxide emissions. How to find logic solution to reduce these gases pollutant.
|Fossil fuel, Gas emissions|
pollutant, carbon monoxide , carbon dioxide , nitrogen dioxide , sulfur dioxide.
|05/01/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||05/02/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 5||FSCH.SE146018|
|FSCH.SE146019||10/02/2014 23:53:email@example.com||Assistance Lecturer||Rebwar Saeed M.Rashid||Chemistry||penicillin and some structural developments||Penicillin is the oldest available pure antibiotic discovered by Alexander Fleming while observing the inhibition of staphylococci on an agar plate contaminated with the penicillium mold in 1928 but the clinical testing of its isolate was begun in the 1940s by Flory and Chain which called Penicillin G (Benzylpenicillin). Frequently referred to as a “wonder drug”, the discovery of penicillin was recognized as a seminal event in the history of twentieth century medicine. However, penicillin was never effective against all bacteria and the development of resistant bacterial strains, penicillinase- producing, has continued to be a problem.Therefore, there is a scope for producing analogues with improved properties aiming to; enhance the activity, increase the acid resistance, overcome the β-lactamase resistance, facilitate bioavailability and reduce toxicity with efficient and flexible methods. Development of synthetic penicillins has both broadened the spectrum of activity and enhanced the efficacy of these medications which revealed the penicillin family which is one of the most valuable groups of antibiotics in primary health care.||penicillin|
|Feb. 12th, 2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||12/02/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 5||FSCH.SE146019|
|FSCH.SE146020||20/02/2014 17:10:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Aras Tawfeeq Asaad||Mathematics||Underdetermined systems and Compressed sensing||This seminar is about introducing the notion of 'Compressed Sensing' together with mathematical background of this new paradigm and how it works. Compressed sensing has various applications and it is a very active and new area of research in both mathematics and Signal processing community. CS has applications in computer sciences, Physics, Biology, Microbiology, medical Imaging (devices), Chemistry and many more.||Underdetermined systems, linear equations , sparse recovery , Compressed sensing.||25/02/2014||Late Morning||Faculty||approved||25/02/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 15||FSCH.SE146020|
|FSCH.SE146021||28/02/2014 21:01:email@example.com||Lecturer||Srwa Ali Muhammed||Medical Microbiology||Bacteriological and Molecular genetic Study of Salmonella typhi Isolated from Patients with enteric fever |
JOURNAL OF KOYA UNIVERSITY ISSN 2073-0713 No: 12 September 2009.
|Study the resistance of S. typhi to different antimicrobials agents. |
determination the site of antibiotic resistance genes by genetic transformatio.
studying the effect of Extraction of Quercus infectoria oliv, Linum usitatissimum and Cinnamomum zeylanicum, extracts on the elimination of antibiotic resistant genes in some of isolated bacteria
|S. typhi: transformation: Quercus infectoria oliv: Linum usitatissimum: Plasmids: Cinnamomum zeylanicum:||02/04/2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||02/04/2014||10:30 -11:30||Hall 9||FSCH.SE146021|
|FSCH.SE146022||10/03/2014 16:51:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Ahmed Abdul Kadir Abdul Aziz||Mathematics||Survey methods & Sampling Techniques ( field study):||Survey methods & Sampling Techniques ( field study):|
To do a study regarding any phenomenon or problem in a community (population) it must be first standing on the causes or factors that led to occur, on the other hand it may also require to find out the nature of the relationship between these factors, how these factors can effect on each other and who their impact will effect on the community as a whole. In general, the objective of the seminar is to introduce briefly the common methods of doing surveys and sampling techniques, which are considered as an introduction to the field study has been made to study the statistical correlation between two of Koya population factors.
|Statistic ,probability,operation research||25/03/2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||25/03/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 15||FSCH.SE146022|
|FSCH.SE146023||13/04/2014 22:08:email@example.com||Assistance Prof.||Ikbal Mohammed Gharib Tahir||Biology||Application of Regression Equations for Eggplant (Solanum melongena L.) |
This seminar is about a paper published in :
Tikrit Journal for Pure Sciences. Vol. 18, No. 1, pp 89-94. (2013).
|Many physiological and agronomic studies involving plant growth studies require measurement of leaf area, because leaf is an important in light reception, transpiration, photosynthesis, water and nutrient uptake and plant production. Simple , multiple and exponential regression models were used from length (L),width (W) and its combinations as independent variables with leafarea as dependent variable for determine more accurate equations. From this study we conclude that we can estimate eggplant leaf area on the plant without destructive them anywhere in field or pot and continue with taking data for long time through one of these equations:|
LA = 2.001 + 0.593 LW
LA = -3.724 + 0.238 L2 + 0.357 W2
|Eggplant , leafarea , Regression||23/04/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||23/04/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 9||FSCH.SE146023|
|FSCH.SE146024||16/04/2014 20:05:firstname.lastname@example.org||Lecturer||Amera Ghreeb Baker||Physics||Study of Structural and Mechanical Properties of SiC/ Al Composite|
This seminar is a paper published by Journal of Koya University
|The micro-structural changes and mechanical Behaviuor were investigated in Al reinforced with SiC particles which synthesized using powder technology.|
Aluminum Silicon Carbide (AlSiC) metal matrix composite (MMC) materials containing four different weight percentages (40 wt.%, 50 wt.%, 60 wt.% and 70 wt.% of SiC).
X-ray diffraction analysis was used to characterize and identify the phases formed at sintering process with different temperatures (800 ˚C, 1100 ˚C).
The crystallites size of the grains in the composite was estimated using the Sherer formula
The Vickers hardness tests were conducted in the suitable Hardness Testing Apparatus to investigate the mechanical behaviuor of the composites
The Vickers hardness test increase with respect to the increasing of silicon carbide content and sintering temperature in the base composites
The best results have been obtained at 70 wt% of SiC particles at 1100 ˚C.
|SiC/Al composite, X-ray diffraction, Vickers hardness properties||22/04/2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||22/04/2014||10:30 - 11:30||hall 15||FSCH.SE146024|
|FSCH.SE146025||04/05/2014 22:09:email@example.com||Lecturer||Sarmad Raheem Kareem||medical microbiology||Is There a Relationship Between Histopathological Features of Acute Appendicitis and Preoperative Acute Inflammatory Markers?||Acute appendicitis is a common surgical emergency, mainly clinically diagnosed with adjuvant laboratory tests, but a histopathologic study is the gold standards for diagnosis. A prospective study of fifty five cases of clinically diagnosed and surgically treated acute appendicitis investigated for preoperative acute inflammatory markers; total white blood cell count(WBC), neutrophils percentage, and C-reactive protein(CRP) to assess the accuracy of the laboratory tests and relationship with severity of pathological changes.||appendicitis, histopathologic, inflammatory markers, neutrophils||may 7,2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||07/05/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 9||FSCH.SE146025|
|FSCH.SE146026||17/05/2014 22:04:firstname.lastname@example.org||Lecturer||Faten Adel Ismael Chaqmaqchee||Physics||Optically and Electrically Pumped Ga0.65In0.35N0.02As0.98/GaAs Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VCSELs) for 1.3 um Wavelength Operation|
:This paper published in
.Springer; Arab J Sci Eng
Published online: 29 April 2014
|The 1.27 μm pulsed operation of an electrically and an optically pumped simple bar Ga0.65In0.35N0.02As0.98 vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) is reported. VCSELs are becoming an increasingly important optical source technology for long haul fibre communication systems, and are essentially working above a threshold. The structure of the device employs 21 pairs of undoped top mirrors to provide above 99 % reflectivity, while the bottom mirrors have 24 pairs of n doped resulting in over 99.9 % reflectivity. The device has undoped top distributed Bragg reflectors (DBRs). Therefore, problems such as those associated with the refractive index contrast and the current injection, which are common with doped DBRs in conventional VCSELs, are avoided. Their intrinsic active region consists of a 7 nm Ga0.65In0.35N0.02As0.98 quantum wells QWs that embedded in undoped GaAs. At roomtemperature, the device was characterised through L–V and by spectral photoluminescence PL measurements. Theoretically, a peak gain at around 1.2 dB is obtained for 1.27 μm wavelength range.||Optical gain .VCSEL · GaInNAs · Luminescence ·||20.05.2014||Early Morning||Department||approved||20/05/2014||10:30 -11:30||Hall 15||FSCH.SE146026|
|FSCH.SE146027||17/05/2014 22:28:email@example.com||Assistance Prof.||Zrar Saleem Kareem||Biology||Adrenal gland hormones||Hormones are chemical substances secreted from special glands called endocrine gland, what are hormones property?. Adrenal glands located on the both kidneys it composed from two parts medulla which secrete epinephrine and nor epinephrine and cortex which secrete aldosteron, cortisol and androgen the roles of these hormones their normal and abnormal functions will be illustrated for participants.||hormone, adrenal gland,aldosteron, cortisol, androgen, epinephrine and nor epinephrine||19/05/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||19/05/2014||10:30 -11:30||Hall9||FSCH.SE146027|
|FSCH.SE146028||22/05/2014 11:13:firstname.lastname@example.org||Prof.||Esmail Salih Kakey||Biology||Antiaging Role of Grape Seed Extract and α-Lipoic Acid in D-Galactose-Induced Aging Rats||Abstract|
This study investigate the effects of Grape seed extract and -α-lipoic acid supplementation on hepatic, cardiac and renal biochemical aging markers of D-galactose induced aging rats. Aging was induced by intraperitoneal injection of D-galactose (300 mg/kg dissolved in 1 ml DW) every day for 9 weeks to accelerate senescence and aging induction.
The rats were randomly divided into four groups (7 male rats per each group). 1st group (G I) negative control group without any treatment, the 2nd group(G II), was D-galactose injected daily for 9 weeks and regarded as induced age control group, the 3rd group (GIII) was injected daily with D-galactose(300 mg/kg ) and orally treated with Grape seed extract (200 mg/kg) daily for 9 weeks , the 4th, group(G IV) was daily injected by D-galactose (300 mg/kg) and orally treated with α-lipoic acid (100 mg/kg) for 9 weeks.
The results showed significant increase(p<0.05) in cardiac and hepatic enzymes levels for serum aspartate amino-transferase (AST), alanine aminotransferase (ALT) , Alanine phosphatase (ALP),α - Glutamyle transferase (GGT), Lactate dehyderogenase(LDH) and Cretinine phosphokinase(CPK) in D-galactose induced aged group. The treatment of D-galactose inducing aging rats with Grape seed extract and DL-α-lipoic acid alone reversed the aging effects of D-galactose in hepatic and cardiac biochemical markers, that showed significant (p<0.05) decrease in the levels of AST, ALT, ALP, GGT, LDH and CPK levels as compared with D-galactose induced aged rats.
With respect to the renal biochemical markers, D. galactose (300 mg/kg body weight) injection for 9 weeks caused elevation in the levels of urea and creatinine but a decrease in uric acid, albumin and total bilirubin as compared to the no injected rats. Grape seed extract (200 mg/kg) and α-Lipoic acid(100 mg/kg) showed increase in levels of uric acid, albumin and total bilirubin with non significant decrease in the urea and creatinine levels as compared with the D.galactose induced aging control rats. In conclusion the results of the current investigation revealed the improving effects of Grape seed extract and α-lipoic acid suppresses senescence markers in D- Galactose inducing aging effects in hepatic, cardiac and renal functions, contributes to oxidative stress and apoptosis in d-galactose-induced aging rats.
|Keywords: Aging Markers, D- Galactose, Induced aging, Grape seed, α-lipoicacid, Anti-aging||02/06/2014||Late Morning||Department||approved||02/06/2014||10:30 - 11:30||Hall 9||FSCH.SE146028|
|FSCH.SE146029||02/06/2014 13:18:email@example.com||Assistance Lecturer||Osama Tawfik Mohammed||Mathematics||MathType Software||MathType is an intelligent mathematical equation editor designed for personal computers running Microsoft Windows or the Apple MacOS. It’s an application that allows you to create complex equations through simple point-and-click techniques, and then use them in documents, Web pages, or markup-based systems like LATEX .||mathtype, equation editor||03/06/2014||Early Afternoon||Department||approved||03 / 06 / 2014||1:00 - 2:00||Hall 15||FSCH.SE146029|
|FSCH.SE146030||11/06/2014 10:08:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Prof.||Ayad Fadheel yousif||Medical Microbiology||Umbilical cord stem cells||Blood could be collected from the umbilical cord of newborn baby , it is rich in stem cells which can be used to generate blood cells , and cells of the immune system . no rejection because it is from the person receiving it||Stem cells , umbilical cord stem cells , transplantation of stem cells||14 / 6 / 2014||Early Afternoon||Department||approved||14 / 06 / 2014||12:30 - 1:30||Hall 9 Biology||FSCH.SE146030|
|FSCH.SE146031||14/06/2014 19:53:email@example.com||Assistance Prof.||Shwan Kamal Rashid||Biology and Med.Microbiology||Laboratory Safety Instructions||The seminar is about safe working in the laboratories, how to treat with hazardous materials. Biosafety, Microbes. Biological waste, decontamination, Fire safety, and how to minimize fire damage.||Lab Safety, Hazardous Mterials||15/06/2014||Early Afternoon||Faculty||approved||15/06/2014||12:00 - 1:00||Hall 9 Biology||FSCH.SE14.6031|
|FSCH.SE1460332||14/06/2014 20:15:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Prof.||Shwan Kamal Rashid||Biology and Med.Microbiology||Regulation of Antibiotic Production in Myxococcus xanthus||The aim of the work is to investigate the effect of rok inactivation on the cellular response|
of the M. xanthus DK1622. And to identify regulatory proteins that might affect the secondary
metabolites production and development in M. xanthus.
In order to understand cellular processes resulted from rok inactivation the proteome
dynamics of rok-mutant and the wild type M. xanthus DK1622 were analyzed through two dimensional
differential gel electrophoresis (2D-DIGE) and matrix assisted laser desorption
ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF-MS). The informations gained by
proteomics were partialy confirmed by additional assays
|Myxobacteria, Regulation of Antibiotic Production, 2 Dimentional Gel electrophoresis||16/06/2014||Early Afternoon||Department||approved||16/06/2014||12:00 - 1:00||Hall 9 Biology||FSCH.SE146032|
|FSCH.SE146033||18/06/2014 22:18:email@example.com||Assistance Prof.||Saddon Taha Ahmad||Physics Department||Removing the U-235 Contribution |
to the Ra-226 Reported Concentrations
as Determined by Gamma – Ray Spectroscopy
| Direct measurement of Ra-226 by gamma-ray spectroscopy in environmental samples is often difficult, and consistently reports concentrations that are inaccurately high. The reason for the inaccuracy is failure to correct the data for the interference from U-235. Both Ra-226 and U-235 are present in soils naturally. Uranium is the parent radionuclide in the Actinium decay series, and Ra-226 is one of the progeny in the U-238 decay chain. Although members of different decay series, both Ra-226 and U-235 decay by alpha particle emission, followed by the emission of gamma-rays. |
The interference in the Ra-226 measurement comes from the 185.739-keV gamma-ray emitted by U-235. This is a problem because Ra-226 emits a gamma-ray at 186.11-keV (Browne & Firestone), and for the high-purity germanium (HPGe) detectors used for analysis, these gamma-rays are indistinguishable.
This seminar shows an adapted method that can be used to resolve the individual contributions of 235U and 226Ra to the composite peak at 186-keV in a gamma-ray spectra in environmental measurements.
|Uranium-235 , Radium-226 , Gamma spectroscopy, Resolving gamma lines |
HPGe detector , Koya-4039 HPGe spectrometer , 186 keV
|22/06/2014||Early Afternoon||Faculty||approved||22 / 06 /2014||12:00 - 1:00||Hall 15||FSCH.SE146033|
|FSCH.SE146034||28/01/2014 23:01:firstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Lecturer||Aram Othamn Aziz||Chemistry||How to make an effective presentation|| An effective presentation makes the best use of the relationship between the presenter and the audience. It takes full consideration of the audience’s needs in order to capture their interest, develop their understanding, inspire their Confidence and achieve the presenter’s objectives. This presentation offers you an insight into the process of planning an effective presentation. It focuses on the importance of the presenter's relationship with the audience and suggests key strategies for making an impact. ||,Objectives,pesnetation,Audience,Presenter||05/03/2014||Late Morning||Department|
|FSCH.SE146035||27/04/2014 10:07:email@example.com||Assistance Lecturer||Rebwar Tahir Aziz||Biology||sexually transmitted diseases through sexual contact||At the request of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research ,in cooperation with the Health Directorate /Koya, I present this seminar , to focus on sexual diseases ( AIDS , Gonorrhea and Syphilis )|
1. Historical overview of all disease
2. Causative agents
3. Methods of transmission and infection.
4 The symptoms
5. How to prevent
6. The answer to the questions raised by attendance
|Seminar on the AIDS ,Gonorrhea and Syphilis||28/04/2014||Early Morning||University||approved||28 / 04 / 2014||10 - 11||Hall - Koya Univ.|
|FSCH.SE146036||4/4/2017 11:firstname.lastname@example.org||Lecturer||Abdulqader Othman Hamadameen||Mathematics/ optimization||PARETO OPTIMAL SOLUTION FOR MULTIOBJECTIVE|
STOCHASTIC LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS
WITH PARTIAL UNCERTAINTY
|A study on Multiobjective Stochastic Linear Programming (MSLP) problems with partial information on probability distribution is conducted. A method is proposed to utilize the concept of dominated solution for the Multiobjective Linear Programming (MLP) problems, and find a Pareto Optimal Solution (POS) without converting the MLP problem into its unique Linear Programming (LP) problem. An algorithm is proposed along with a numerical example which illustrated the practicability of the proposed algorithm. Comparison of results with existing methods shows the efficiency of the proposed method based on the analysis of results performed.||MSLP problems, partial information, dominated solution for the|
MLP problems, and POS.
|04/04/2017||Mid Morning||Department or faculty||Mathematics Hall1|