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Tobacco Science and Technology is a peer reviewed journal since 2013 up to now. The journal is monthly publishing journal.The main scope of Tobacco Science and Technology) is Agricultural engineering/Agricultural science, Biological Engineering/ Biological science, bio-chemistry, chemistry, public health, pharmaceutical science and so on. Our journal welcome original papers from everywhere in the world. Lizi Jiaohuan Yu Xifu/Ion Exchange and Adsorption Fa yi xue za zhi Dianzi Yu Xinxi Xuebao/Journal of Electronics and Information Technology Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

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Assessment of The Ecology and Spatial Distribution of Mammals in The Mila Region Northeastern Algeria

This study presents a comprehensive assessment of mammalian fauna diversity in the Mila region of northeastern Algeria. Utilizing data from 81 sampling stations across various habitats, 20 mammal species spanning eight orders were identified. These findings represent 18% of Algeria's reported species and approximately 9.09% in the Mediterranean Basin. Diverse orders such as Carnivora, Rodentia, Eulipotyphla, Cetartiodactyla, Chiroptera, Lagomorpha, Macroscelidea, and Primates highlight the region's ecological richness and adaptability of mammals. Spatial distribution maps reveal varying presen

Physico-Chemical Assessment of the Quality of Spring Water Sources in Souk Ahras Region and Their Impacts on General Health

The present study evaluated the physico-chemical quality of water from three natural springs, Harireche, Ben Daoud, and Beskoui in Souk Ahras region. This study aimed to assess the impact of human activities on spring water quality and ensure the safety of water consumption. We measured various parameters, such as, temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, electrical conductivity, turbidity, hardness, nitrate, nitrite, ammonium, phosphate, calcium, and magnesium. The Principal Component Analysis (PCA) explained 80.14% of the total variance, which revealed significant correlations among the measured v

Association of Troponin I Levels With Mortality in Patients Hospitalized with Coronavirus Disease 2019

Sars CoV 2 acute respiratory disease is an infectious respiratory illness caused by the Sars CoV 2 virus belonging to the Coronaviridae family. A pandemic is always present in addition to causing pneumonia, Sars CoV 2 can induce direct damage to the heart, causing myocarditis, with significant impairment of cardiac contractility, and/or pericarditis. Elderly patients and those with cardiovascular risk factors, such as diabetes mellitus, pre-existing heart disease and hypertension, are at increased risk of Covid19 related cardiac complications. All information was gathered from patients' medica

First data of the distribution of the invasive species Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle within the Souk Ahras region, north eastern of Algeria

The risk of spread posed by an invasive plant Ailanthus altissima in the Souk Ahras region has never been the subject of research. Indeed, we conducted the first study in the wilaya of Souk Ahras on this invasive plant, with the aim of preserving the flora and fauna biodiversity in the study region against the threats of A. altissima, by adopting a cartographic approach in order to know the places of its propagation, its dynamics and its spatial occupation. Our inventory includes Eight hundred and forty-nine (849) trees of A. altissima in the souk ahras region, urban and semi-urban ecosystems

Antibiotic resistance in Enterobacteriaceae isolated from diverse animal and environmental niches in Souk Ahras, Algeria

The objective of this study is to provide an update of the current prevalence of antibiotic resistant enterobacteria strains isolated from different ecological niches. A total of 103 samples were taken from different ecological niches. These samples were collected randomly, from different stores (farms, zoo, chicken coop…) during the period from 13 February to 3rd March 2023. After the isolation and identification of the enterobacteria strains, the sensitivity of the strains to antibiotics was determined by agar diffusion method. The production of Extended Spectrum β-lactamase was detected

Assessment of the Distribution of the European Otter Lutra lutra (Linnaeus, 1958) along the Medjerda River in Extreme Northeastern Algeria

The European otter, Lutra lutra, is a species protected by national and international legislation. However, little is known about its ecology and distribution in Algeria, particularly in terms of its sensitivity to the degradation of aquatic environments. It, therefore, seemed appropriate, given the evolution of the environment and the changes it is undergoing (drought, dam construction, pollution, anthropic pressure), to take stock of the status of this species and its distribution in one of the main rivers in the Souk Ahras region, the Oued Medjerda. The technique used consisted of prospect

Floristic Diversity in the Wetlands complex of Souk Ahras region (North-East of Algeria)

This study aims to investigate the floristic composition of three natural wetland areas within the Souk Ahras region, namely the Madjen Bouhsane marsh, Madjen Djedj marsh, and Mekeimen marsh. We have employed multivariate diversity indices to distinguish various vegetation groups and establish connections among different vegetation types within the study area. A total of 68 plant species, categorized into 25 families, were documented during the inventory process. Notably, the Asteraceae family exhibits the highest taxonomic diversity, while the prevailing biological types include hemicryptophy

Geostatistical characterization of industrial pollution in superficiel sediments: the case of hydrocarbons in the Skikda region (northeastern Algeria)

In order to assess the levels of pollution in surface sediments at various stations across two sites: Skikda Bay (located in the Mediterranean) and the mouth of the Safsaf River, which flows into this bay, sediment samples were collected during four campaigns (late 2009, early 2010, late 2010, and early 2011). These samples were then processed and analyzed on: Total organic carbon (TOC), extractable organic matter (EOM), total hydrocarbon content (THC), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), Aliphatic hydrocarbons (AH). Data analysis allowed for the calculation of various statistical paramet

Volatile Constituents of Teucrium polium L. from Eastern Algeria

Hydrodistilled essential oil from fresh aerial parts of Teucrium polium L., collected from Bougaa Mountains (Eastern Algeria), was GC and GC-MS analyzed. Thirty-two compounds were characterized representing 99.79 % of the essential oil with the prevalence of α-Humulene (19.99%), β-Pinene (16.94%), Spathulenol (8.40%), α-Pinene (7.58%), 2-Methylanisole (7.01%) and Caryophyllene oxide (6.47%). Our result differs slightly from the previous studies on this species and showed a relatively high proportion of α-Humulene.

Evaluating Thermal Water Quality in the Souk Ahras Region (Algeria) Using Physicochemical and Bacteriological Methods

Water is heavily exposed to contamination as this is the ubiquitous source for most of the water needs. This situation is exaggerated by the excessive population, heavy industrialization, rapid urbanization, and improper sanitation. Comprehensive measurement and knowledge extraction of water quality is therefore pivotal for ensuring safe and hygienic water use. The thermal springs of Souk Ahras have garnered renown in Algeria for centuries due to their therapeutic benefits in treating specific infections. To mitigate health risks linked to the therapeutic use of these thermal waters, a series