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Ozone is a significant concern for our environment today. The ozone molecule, outside of the ozone layer, is Harmful to the air quality. It also affects humans in a wrong way. Various works are going on to stop the depletion of ozone.
A remarkable improvement was seen, which can predict ozone level three days ahead with accuracy up to 3 days advance. Random Forest and Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines are some models used for research.
The new AI system developed could cause improved ways to regulate serious ozone problems and even contribute to solutions for global climate change issues. The research team used a singular loss function in developing the machine learning algorithm.
This could help make the planet secure.

The present study investigated microbial diversity in the hindgut microbiota of Odontotermes obesus(Rambur). Colonies were isolated both aerobically and anaerobically by using tryptic soy agar medium. Isolates were characterized and identified by means of biochemical tests. Based on tentative identification, all the isolates belonged to the Enterobacteriaceae family. All the colonies were screened for cellulase, amylase and invertase activity. Enzyme assays were performed for positive colonies. The enzyme assay for amylase activity was found to be highest for strain No.16 at 1.46 the highest invertase activity was found in strain No.17 at 1.332 the enzyme assay for cellulase activity was found to be highest for strain No.12 at 0. 09 The results showed that termite gut bacteria play a significant role in biofuel production in terms of plant decomposition and conversion to simple sugars.
Keywords: Odontotermes obesus; Enterobacteriacae; cellulose; amylase; invertase

Community Health in the Covid-19 era

Garcia Lirios C

Published: June 07, 2022

Objective Confirm the exploratory factorial structure of an explanatory model of the conformation of community health networks before risk events.
Method Two non-experimental, cross-sectional and correlational studies were carried out with non-probabilistic selections of 107 students for the first job and 101 users of community health services for the second research, considering the professional practices and the social service of the first ones, as well as Access to services by the second group.
Results In the first study, the instrument was validated and in the second, the three dimensions reported in the consulted literature were confirmed.
Conclusion The design of the research limits the findings to the scenarios and the study samples, suggesting the extension of the work to other contexts for the contribution of empirical support to the proposed model.
Keywords: Governance; health; model; intervention; network

Nanoencapsulation of Polyphenols

Rajeshree Wankhade

Published: June 07, 2022

Polyphenols are a large category of chemicals that include phenolic acids, flavonoids, and many other compounds. They have piqued the interest of both society and industry in food production. These chemicals are well-known for their antioxidant properties and potential health advantages, such as anti-inflammatory properties and the prevention of diet-related chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. However, they have a low bioavailability, which limits their applicability due to their instability during digestion, which is caused by pH, enzymes, and interactions with other nutrients, among
other factors (Bamba et al., 2018).