Title: One-year clinical outcomes in patients after drug-eluting stent implantation for unprotected left main coronary stenosis

Abstract:Background: Although there are many randomized trials, there are few data about left main percutaneous coronary intervention (LMPCI) in Turkey. Therefore, we aim to present our center\

Title: Micropropagation of clonally fidel Olea europaea L. cv Barnea using ISSR marker

Abstract:Olea europaea L. cv. Barnea is a high fruit producing tree which contains medium to high oil\ncontent. Culture media containing half strength Murashige & Skoog (MS) and half strength\nRugini Olive Media (OM) (Modified Medium) enriched with 1mg/l Zeatin gave the best result\nfor culture establishment. Fungal contamination in explants was also markedly reduced when\nfungicide pretreatment was given in addition with other surface sterilants. The maximum\nmultiple shoots was obtained in medium supplemented with 2.0mg/l Zeatin and silver nitrate as\nadjuvant at 2.0mg/l. Sub-culturing upto seventh cycle was also carried out to check its effect on\nshoot proliferation. Five random Inter Simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) markers were applied to\ncheck for the genetic uniformity between the mother plant and in-vitro progenies in which\nmonomorphic bands were obtained across samples and thus, no somaclonal variation was\nobserved. Thus, ISSR markers previously reported in other plant species were successfully\napplied for genetic fidelity testing in O. europaea L. cv Barnea.

Title: Development prospects of agrotourism in Azerbaijan..

Abstract:For the development of economy in the republic it is necessary the stable finincing sources which can be got them by increasing the expanding agrosphere, especially agrotourism. In this regard the article is examined and analysed the preconditions of development of agrotourism in Azerbaijan and is recommended the methods of solution of problems in this sphere. The article presents the opportunities of northern region resources of the country and they aren‘t perfectly used. There is a hard work in agriculture before the workers to ensure business development for agrotourism . Also it is noted that some attempts in the development of agrotourism have already been made. In the article it is also noted that some agroparks are established in Ganja-Qazakh, Quba-Khachmaz and in other regions of the republic. It is necessary to formulate a strategy for the development of agrotourism , to develop normative – legal framework and mechanism of stimulating the regions residents....

Title: Secure to Access Information in E-learning Systems and Role of Cloud Computing System in Human Resource Management

Abstract:Cloud computing is original computing model which is established on the grid computing, distributed computing, parallel computing, and virtualization technologies explain the character of an original technology. It is the core technology of the next generation of network computing platform, especially in the field of education, cloud computing is the primary environment and platform of the future E-learning. It runs protected information loading, suitable internet services, and robust computing control. Security apprehensions around cloud with E-learning products are acute and security actions necessary to protect valued statistics of users from security exposures in products. The primary objective of this message is to secure access to E-learning system. However, cloud computing E-learning systems involve quick and consistent Internet access, and problems immediate the safety of a cloud ruins indistinct. Cloud computing has supported HR professionals to reconsideration in what way they outlook management overall, so let’s aspect at a connect compensations of using cloud-based HR management.

Title: Linguistics, Orature, Canonization and the New Information World Order (NIWO)

Abstract:Abstract \nLinguistics is the scientific study of languages . The medium of communication in literary presentation is language. Nations across time, space and civilizations have evolved from orality to written culture. Since language is the prima-facie agent of culture in any society, linguistic activities cannot be divorced from literary activities. Orature as literary concept is derived from Africa and should be treated along this paradigm. Part of Western epistemic violence against Africa is to relegate the status of orature. This paper sets out to deconstruct the erroneous impression of the West about African Oral Traditions. It draws its strength from the literary theory of Pluriversalism. The paper argues that with the emergence of Nobel Prize winners in Literature from the Continent, it emphasizes that African literature has come of age. Therefore, there is an urgent need for a re-evaluation and canonization of African Literature. The paper concludes on the notion that irrespective of the much talk about linguistic globalization, if welsh as an indigenous language is used as an official medium of communication in Britain, and others in the Asiatic world, then Africans must not fail to promote Africans oral arts and other knowledge production in the New Information World Order (NIWO).\n\nKeywords: Linguistics, Orature; canonization; pluriversalism; epistemic violence; (NIWO).

Title: The spectrum of naive psychiatric illnesses in medical and surgical wards: A cross-sectional study of overlooked co-morbidity in Saudi Arabia.

Abstract:Background: The referral from various medical and surgical departments to consultation-liaison unit is an indicator of psychiatric co-morbidity among admitted patients with no apparent psychiatric disorder. \nObjective: The primary objective of this study was to investigate the pattern of psychiatric referral to the consultation-liaison unit, in addition to evaluating the reason for referral, psychiatric morbidity, and socio-demographic profiles of referred patients.\nMethods: This descriptive study was conducted from January-2015 to December-2017. The study population comprised of all the patients who were referred for psychiatric consultation to the psychiatric hospital Taif from other in-patient departments of the two general hospitals in Taif city King Abdul Aziz specialist hospital Taif and King Faisal hospital Taif.\nResults: A total of 1041 patients were referred for psychiatric consultation, during the study period. The majority of the psychiatric referrals (48.2%) were from the department of medicine followed by surgery (32.0%). The most commonly diagnosed psychiatric disorders were depression (21.3%) followed by Schizophrenia(10.2%). The common reasons for referral were; referral for evaluation (49.2%) and behavioural disturbance (15.7%). The frequent medical diagnosis among referred patients was Diabetes Mellitus(15.1%) followed by drug overdose(13.7%).\nConclusion: The common reasons for referral were for behavioural disturbances. Patients with Diabetes and drug overdose were more frequently referred to the consultation-liaison unit in this study. The identification and in time management of psychiatric co-morbidity could go a long way in curbing the costs of medical illness and ensure a faster recovery.

Title: Democracy as a Subject of Philosophical Investigations: Theoretical Ideal vs. Political Practice

Abstract:The article deals with the consideration of democracy as a philosophical notion aimed at designating the optimal way of organizing human society by enabling each person to govern one’s own life on full accordance with the rational ideals of the Enlightenment age. Special attention is given to the discrepancy between the stated theoretical ideal and the widespread political practice that tends to consider democracy as a certain procedure of popular election of representatives to government bodies that in fact lacks its rational substantiation.

Title: The Impact of Knowledge Sharing On Job Satisfaction: Empirical Study in Jordan

Abstract:This research seeks to explore the impact of knowledge sharing on job satisfaction among employees of the Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH) in Amman, capital of Jordan. To collect the research’s data, 278 questionnaires with 31 items were distributed to respondents. The response rate of the questionnaire reached 93% and the descriptive correlational method was adopted to investigate the research purpose. After analysis of data, the study found that knowledge sharing has a significant positive effect on how satisfied employees are in their jobs at the ministry. The results of this study can be utilized to tailor human resources mechanisms in a way that positively helps decision makers to boost job satisfaction among MPWH staff.

Title: The impact of social capital in promoting success factors leading a reconnaissance study orientation views of employees in small organizations

Abstract:The current research aims to determine the impact of social capital in promoting successful pilot orientation through a survey of the views of employees in a group of small organizations. To achieve this the default chart has been prepared containing the search variables, as well as a number of main and subsidiary premises, and tested through a number of statistical methods, the questionnaire was used as a single tool to collect data and information from individual respondents and limited studies on the relationship Between these variables influence in Iraqi environment within the researcher informed, current research has included these variables in an attempt to study the relationship and influence between them. In General try to answer the question: what link relationships and impacts between social capital in promoting success factors leading direction in entering discussed? the researcher has been used as a tool to collect data and information to complete research and 40 have been distributed. The research has reached a set of conclusions: check a relation link between moral effects of social capital in promoting success orientation and leadership position. And a number of recommendations have been made compatible with those findings.

Title: Factors Influencing E-Procurement Adoption

Abstract:The benefits of e-Procurement have been verified by many leading companies worldwide, and e-procurement is a significant tactic in most companies’ e-Business strategies. This study proposes sought to determine factors influencing the adoption of e-procurement. A conceptual framework has been developed for the adoption of e-procurement. A survey questionnaire was administered to collect data from the employees on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Abdullah II Ibn Al-Hussein Industrial Estate.\nUsing regression analysis, we found that perceived direct and indirect benefits and business partner influence are positively and significantly associated with the adoption of e-procurement. Further, firm size, top management support does not show any relationship with e-procurement adoption. In addition to perceived cost and perceived barriers are negatively affected the adoption of e-procurement.