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K.C. Muraleedharan

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About this Item: Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2013. Softcover. Condition: New. The book brings together responses in textual form to injustice in the form of caste, race, gender, class and marginality and juxtaposes it with relevant parts of Indian constitution that ensures to all citizens of India freedom from all kind of discriminations. Contents Preface, MODULE-I : INDIAN CONSTITUTION, 1. The Telephone Conversation (Wole Soyinka) 2. The Humiliation of a Brown Child in a European School (Kamala Das, from My Story) 3. A Monologue: Raju Solanki 4. The Story of a Dalit Woman?s Education and Job: (Kumud Pawde-Excerpt from her Autobiography) 5. The Rich Will Make Temples for Siva: Basavanna 6. The Orange Seller?s Protest: Meena Alexander 7. The Exercise Book: Rabindranath Tagore 8. Barbie Doll: Marge Piercy , MODULE-II : FEDERALISM, 9. Centre-State Relations: Union Government, Not Central Government: Nani A. Palkhivala 10. The Election: Sitakant Mahapatra, MODULE-III : SECULARISM 11. A Hindu Princess and Her Islamic Dynasty: Kottarathil Sankunni (Translated by T C Narayanan), MODULE-IV : SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT, 12. Medha Patkar Interview: By Dilip D?Souza 13. Green Schools in a Greying World: Krishna Kumar, 14. Ecology: A.K. Ramanujan Printed Pages: 136. Seller Inventory # 77494

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About this Item: Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2013. Softcover. Condition: New. The book brings together responses in textual form to injustice in the form of caste, race, gender, class and marginality and juxtaposes it with relevant parts of Indian constitution that ensures to all citizens of India freedom from all kind of discriminations. Contents Preface, MODULE-I : INDIAN CONSTITUTION, 1. The Telephone Conversation (Wole Soyinka) 2. The Humiliation of a Brown Child in a European School (Kamala Das, from My Story) 3. A Monologue: Raju Solanki 4. The Story of a Dalit Woman’s Education and Job: (Kumud Pawde-Excerpt from her Autobiography) 5. The Rich Will Make Temples for Siva: Basavanna 6. The Orange Seller’s Protest: Meena Alexander 7. The Exercise Book: Rabindranath Tagore 8. Barbie Doll: Marge Piercy , MODULE-II : FEDERALISM, 9. Centre-State Relations: Union Government, Not Central Government: Nani A. Palkhivala 10. The Election: Sitakant Mahapatra, MODULE-III : SECULARISM 11. A Hindu Princess and Her Islamic Dynasty: Kottarathil Sankunni (Translated by T C Narayanan), MODULE-IV : SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT, 12. Medha Patkar Interview: By Dilip D’Souza 13. Green Schools in a Greying World: Krishna Kumar, 14. Ecology: A.K. Ramanujan Printed Pages: 136. Seller Inventory # 77494

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About this Item: Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2013. Softcover. Condition: New. The book brings together responses in textual form to injustice in the form of caste, race, gender, class and marginality and juxtaposes it with relevant parts of Indian constitution that ensures to all citizens of India freedom from all kind of discriminations. Contents Preface, MODULE-I : INDIAN CONSTITUTION, 1. The Telephone Conversation (Wole Soyinka) 2. The Humiliation of a Brown Child in a European School (Kamala Das, from My Story) 3. A Monologue: Raju Solanki 4. The Story of a Dalit Woman’s Education and Job: (Kumud Pawde-Excerpt from her Autobiography) 5. The Rich Will Make Temples for Siva: Basavanna 6. The Orange Seller’s Protest: Meena Alexander 7. The Exercise Book: Rabindranath Tagore 8. Barbie Doll: Marge Piercy , MODULE-II : FEDERALISM, 9. Centre-State Relations: Union Government, Not Central Government: Nani A. Palkhivala 10. The Election: Sitakant Mahapatra, MODULE-III : SECULARISM 11. A Hindu Princess and Her Islamic Dynasty: Kottarathil Sankunni (Translated by T C Narayanan), MODULE-IV : SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT, 12. Medha Patkar Interview: By Dilip D’Souza 13. Green Schools in a Greying World: Krishna Kumar, 14. Ecology: A.K. Ramanujan Printed Pages: 136. Seller Inventory # 77494

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Muraleedharan K.

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About this Item: Serials Publications. Condition: New. pp. xii + 195 , Figures, Illus. Seller Inventory # 7693138

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Dr K Muraleedharan

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About this Item: Serials Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. 195pp. Seller Inventory # 438421

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Dr K. Muraleedharan

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. We define participation in development as a process of equitable and active involvement of all stakeholders in the formulation of development policies and strategies and in the analysis, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development activities. To allow for a more equitable development process, disadvantaged stake-holders need to be empowered to increase their level of knowledge, influence and control over their own livelihoods, including development initiatives affecting them. Participation in development is also seen as an organized effort within institutions and organizations to increase stakeholder access and control over resources and related decision making that contributes to sustainable livelihoods. Participation is furthermore viewed as an iterative process involving the continuous re-adjustment of relationships between different stakeholders in a society in order to increases stakeholder control and influence over development initiatives that affect their lives. Participatory approaches, methods, tools, activities and related changes in attitudes can facilitate a more equitable and demand-driven participatory development process. In order to institutionalize participation and ensure that collective action does continue after the withdrawal of a programme/project, it is essential that the capacities of the stakeholders, in particular local institutional arrangements, are strengthened. In this respect an appropriate capacity building strategy is required to integrate relevant horizontal and vertical linkages. Participation is the key to sustainable development initiatives, since it will lead to building on existing potentials and capacities, a greater sense of ownership on the part of the stakeholders, increased commitment to the objectives and outcomes, longer term social sustainability, increased self-help capacities, stronger and more democratic institutions and partnerships. Printed Pages: 195. Seller Inventory # 65273

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Dr K. Muraleedharan

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. We define participation in development as a process of equitable and active involvement of all stakeholders in the formulation of development policies and strategies and in the analysis, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development activities. To allow for a more equitable development process, disadvantaged stake-holders need to be empowered to increase their level of knowledge, influence and control over their own livelihoods, including development initiatives affecting them. Participation in development is also seen as an organized effort within institutions and organizations to increase stakeholder access and control over resources and related decision making that contributes to sustainable livelihoods. Participation is furthermore viewed as an iterative process involving the continuous re-adjustment of relationships between different stakeholders in a society in order to increases stakeholder control and influence over development initiatives that affect their lives. Participatory approaches, methods, tools, activities and related changes in attitudes can facilitate a more equitable and demand-driven participatory development process. In order to institutionalize participation and ensure that collective action does continue after the withdrawal of a programme/project, it is essential that the capacities of the stakeholders, in particular local institutional arrangements, are strengthened. In this respect an appropriate capacity building strategy is required to integrate relevant horizontal and vertical linkages. Participation is the key to sustainable development initiatives, since it will lead to building on existing potentials and capacities, a greater sense of ownership on the part of the stakeholders, increased commitment to the objectives and outcomes, longer term social sustainability, increased self-help capacities, stronger and more democratic institutions and partnerships. Printed Pages: 195. Seller Inventory # 65273

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Dr K Muraleedharan

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K V Sankaran; P K Muraleedharan and V Anitha

Published by Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi (2001)

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi, 2001. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Abstract. 1. Introduction. 2. Materials and methods i. General description of the study area. ii. Methodology. 3. Results and discussion i. Distribution of mikania micrantha in the Western Ghats. ii. Phenology. iii. Taxonomy. iv. Mycobiota of mikania micrantha in the Western Ghats. v. Herbicidal control of mikania micrantha. vi. Socio economics. 4. Conclusions. 5. References. 6. Appendices. 10 pp. Seller Inventory # 52166

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Dr K Muraleedharan

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K Muraleedharan

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About this Item: Serials, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. 1. Introduction towards a participatory regime. 2. Concepts definitions and methodology. 3. The Kerala experiment an overview. 4. Participatory development in Kerala an assessment. 5. Participatory development issues and lessons. Bibliography. We define participation in development as a process of equitable and active involvement of all stakeholders in the formulation of development policies and strategies and in the analysis planning implementation monitoring and evaluation of development activities. To allow for a more equitable development process disadvantaged stake holders need to be empowered to increase their level of knowledge influence and control over their own livelihoods including development initiatives affecting them. Participation in development is also seen as an organized effort within institutions and organizations to increase stakeholder access and control over resources and related decision making that contributes to sustainable livelihoods. Participation is furthermore viewed as an iterative process involving the continuous re adjustment of relationships between different stakeholders in a society in order to increase stakeholder control and influence over development initiatives that affect their lives. Participatory approaches methods tools activities and related changes in attitudes can facilitate a more equitable and demand driven participatory development process. In order to institutionalize participation and ensure that collective action does continue after the withdrawal of a programme/project it is essential that the capacities of the stakeholders in particular local institutional arrangements are strengthened. In this respect an appropriate capacity building strategy is required to integrate relevant horizontal and vertical linkages. Participation is the key to sustainable development initiatives since it will lead to building on existing potentials and capacities a greater sense of ownership on the part of the stakeholders increased commitment to the objectives and outcomes longer term social sustainability increased self help capacities stronger and more democratic institutions and partnerships. 195 pp. Seller Inventory # 57669

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Muraleedharan, K.

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Dr K. Muraleedharan

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. We define participation in development as a process of equitable and active involvement of all stakeholders in the formulation of development policies and strategies and in the analysis, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development activities. To allow for a more equitable development process, disadvantaged stake-holders need to be empowered to increase their level of knowledge, influence and control over their own livelihoods, including development initiatives affecting them. Participation in development is also seen as an organized effort within institutions and organizations to increase stakeholder access and control over resources and related decision making that contributes to sustainable livelihoods. Participation is furthermore viewed as an iterative process involving the continuous re-adjustment of relationships between different stakeholders in a society in order to increases stakeholder control and influence over development initiatives that affect their lives. Participatory approaches, methods, tools, activities and related changes in attitudes can facilitate a more equitable and demand-driven participatory development process. In order to institutionalize participation and ensure that collective action does continue after the withdrawal of a programme/project, it is essential that the capacities of the stakeholders, in particular local institutional arrangements, are strengthened. In this respect an appropriate capacity building strategy is required to integrate relevant horizontal and vertical linkages. Participation is the key to sustainable development initiatives, since it will lead to building on existing potentials and capacities, a greater sense of ownership on the part of the stakeholders, increased commitment to the objectives and outcomes, longer term social sustainability, increased self-help capacities, stronger and more democratic institutions and partnerships. Printed Pages: 195. Seller Inventory # 65273

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Sreenath Muraleedharan K.

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K. Muraleedharan

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Sreenath Muraleedharan K.

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S Chand Basha; P K Muraleedharan; K K Seethalakshmy; K V Sankaran and K K N Nair

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Res Inst, Peechi, 1993. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Socio economic research its relevance in forestry/K.J. Joseph. Production Forestry 1. The use of participatory rural appraisal methods for joint forest management/Jeffrey Y. Campbell Arvind Khare Betsy McGean and Mark Poffenberger. 2. Socio economic analysis of production forestry with special emphasis on eucalypts plantations/A.N. Chaturvedi. 3. Demand for forest products a case analysis for paper and paper products in India/A. Ramanathan and P.K. Sudarsan. 4. Forest management and forest based industries some lessons from the pulp and paper industry in Kerala/R. Anandaraj and K.K. Subrahmanian. 5. Economics of pest control in forest plantations/K.S.S. Nair and V.V. Sudheendrakumar. 6. Production and utilization of minor forest produce in India/M.P. Shiva. 7. Economic benefits of vegetative propagation of Tamarind/R.S. Kulkarni K.R. Melanta G.S.K. Swamy and S. Gangaprasad. 8. Enhancing economic benefits of Tamarind through clonal orchards/R.S. Kulkarni S. Gangaprasad G.S.K. Swamy and K.R. Melanta. 9. Economic considerations in tree lopping/J.K. Rawat. 10. Improving land productivity and returns from agroforestry plantations/Piare Lal H.D. Kulkarni and S.N. Rao. Social/Agroforestry 1. Socio economic analysis of social/agroforestry/M.G. Chandrakanth Gurumurthy and R.S. Deshpande. 2. An economic appraisal of social forestry programme in Tamil Nadu/M. Mohamed Mustafa. 3. Social forestry in Andhra Pradesh an economic analysis/K. Malla Reddy. 4. Evaluation of village woodlots as part of social forestry in Andhra Pradesh/K.R. Chowdry and P.B. Parthasarathy. 5. Socio economic analysis of social forestry plantations/R. Jansi Rani M. Chinnadurai and S.R. Subramanian. 6. Social forestry in Gandhinglaj Ajara and Chandgad Talukas (Maharashtra) of Kolhapur district/J.F. Patil and V.B. Kakade. 7. Role of agroforestry in meeting rural development needs/S.C. Tewari and Y.S. Negi. 8. Agroforestry practices of Central Kerala in a socio economic milieu/B. Mohan Kumar K.V. Suresh Babu N.K. Sasidharan and Thomas Mathew. 9. Socio economic analysis of agroforestry in Vidarbha/P.O. Ingle S.S. Marawar and A.M. Mukewar. 10. Socio economic analysis of agroforestry a case study of Baliraja/V.B. Jugale. 11. Socio economic analysis of Kapok cultivation/C. Sekar and O. Anchanam Alagia Pillai. Man forest Interaction 1. Man and forests the eternal interface/T. Madhava Menon. 2. Human forest interactions in dry tropics linking past with the present/N.P. Melkania. 3. Man forest interaction changing institutional framework some evidences from Maharashtra/R.S. Deshpande. 4. State forest adivasis and changing modes of interaction past and present/N. Linga Murthy and B. Janardhan Rao. 5. Acculturation of some hill tribes from South India and sustainable management of the forest resources/G. Poyyamoli S.M.J. Kennedy V. Arivudai Nambi and C. Manjula. 6. Man and forests changing scenario/R. Swarup. 7. The phases of man forest relationship a sociological vista/B. Nalini. 8. Impact of Western Ghat Development Programme on tribal women in Kerala/K.R. Lakshmy Devi. 9. Man forest interaction use and abuse a case study/K.V. Devi Prasad. Forest Conservation 1. Socio Economic Research in Forest Conservation/S. Chand Basha Mammen Chundamannil and K. Swarupanandhan. 2. To have and to hold the ecology economics debate and Indian forestry/P.J. Dilip Kumar. 3. The economics of forest conservation and sustainable development/A. Damodaran. 4. Forest management in Kerala lessons and perspectives/K.N.S. Nair and V.K. Baby. 5. Conservation with development ecological and economic analysis of dams in India/Vijay Paranjpye. 6. Economic benefits from better forests/S. Shyam Sunder and S.S. Parameswarappa. 7. Conservation and sustainable development of forests in tropical less developed countries/N. Manonmoney. 8. Social objectives of forestry the role of foresters in achieving such objectives in the changed scenario some views/V.K. Melkani. 9. Protection of forests socio. Seller Inventory # 57437

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Sreenath Muraleedharan K. Devi K.

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Sreenath Muraleedharan K.

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About this Item: Viva Books, 2018. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. Situating Community Narratives. 2. Textual History and Criticism of Varttamanappustakam. 3. Writing Travel and History. 4. Community History and History of Kerala. Conclusion. Bibliography. The book is a study on community narratives which hinge on the interface of travelogue and history, through which evolves an important aspect of the history of Kerala. The study illustrates the historiographical potentialities of community and travel narratives by exploring the possibilities of diverse readings of the past. Through a close scrutiny of two early narratives, Tuhfat al-Mujahidin (16th century) and Varthamanappusthakam (18th century), the author tries to unravel some of the hitherto unnoticed contours of the cultural geography of the region from which evolved the state of Kerala. And by an alternative reading of history through these narratives it is argued that the nationalist non-religious imagination of the secular was tantamount to undermining minority identities. The two texts under analysis bring out the fact that the minority identities of the sixteenth century Mappila (Muslim) and the eighteenth century Nazrani (Christian) communities were shaped by religious imagination as against the nationalist assumptions. Accordingly, it has been well argued that in the colonial context in which these identity assertions were shaped had in the process as the ‘other’ not the native Hindu but the alien Portuguese. Significantly departing from the Poststructuralist assumptions of community and by resorting to the New Historicist conceptualizations, the study offers a critique of the received western notions of secularism as contra religion and establishes that the eastern tradition of secularism has always been deeply religious. The study is well-wrought within the theoretical perspective that text is historical and history textual, and exemplifies the discursive convergence of the literary and the non-literary sources which could fruitfully be used in interpretation and inquiry especially in reading the past. Kerala has ever been a site of pluralism with diverse religious and ethnic groups coexisting from early times. Muslims, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Jains and Hindus have co-existed in all their heterogeneity in this geographical space. The expressions of their identities were often results of the close associations with each other which led to cultural as well as religious responses. Much of the colonial and nationalist historiography of Kerala has had significant omissions. These narratives are discussed here as varied voices, which again, testify that history and historiography have never been homogenous. The history of Kerala is not separated from the history of India and of the world itself. A different cultural geography or oceanography connects Kerala more to Asia and Europe than to the rest of India. The presence of the earliest Christian, Muslim and Jewish communities of India in Kerala is a clear indication towards that end. The author argues that events in Kerala history were often shaped by the world at large than nationalism. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 123525

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Vijisha, Rajan K / Muraleedharan, Karuvanthodi

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing | A Computational Study | The study involves the structural optimization, analysis of global reactive descriptors and evaluation and selection of antioxidant mechanisms and QSAR/QSPR studies. The compounds PT and GO have lower IE values in comparison with QT and hence are more efficient than QT against electrophilic free radicals like hydroxyl, alkoxyl and peroxyl in the order PT GO. Compounds having higher EA values than QT are better electron acceptors than QT against nucleophilic free radicals like superoxide radical. All the compounds except RU and EL have lower IE values than that of GA and are efficient electron donors than GA in scavenging the electrophilic free radicals in living system. The BDE value decreases with number of -OH groups. The compounds 8 and 14 are the most powerful antioxidants among the studied compounds for electrophilic free radicals by the two mechanisms with respect to both Qt and GA. In both cases the compound 5 prefers to act thorough HAT mechanism. The compound 9 (GS) is the best antireductant towards nucleophilic free radicals and compound 14 (GO) is the best antioxidant for electrophilic free radicals with respect to both QT and GA among the studied polyphenols. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 124 pp. Seller Inventory # K9783330078482

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K. Muraleedharan, M.S. Jagannath and Placid E. D Souza

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About this Item: Daya, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. Intermediate hosts of parasites: Section I. Helminth parasites: Ia. Phylum : Platyhelminthes. Ib. Phylum: nemathelminthes. Ic. Phylum: acanthocephalan. Section II. Arthropod parsites: II Phylum: arthropoda. Section III. Protozoan parasites. IIIa Phylum: sarcomastigophora. IIIb. Phylum. Apicomplexa. Part II. Bibliography. Intermediaries of zoonotic parasites. Books of Indian authors. Parasites index. Authors index. This catalogue of intermediate hosts of animal parasites in India is a check list of nearly 450 intermediate hosts found in India related to 180 Animal parasites belonging to 50 families. The works of about 1700 scientists, published in more than 200 journals and proceedings of conferences, reports research projects for the past one century have been compiled and categorized in this catalogue for easy reference and study. Seller Inventory # 112239

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Rajan K Vijisha, Karuvanthodi Muraleedharan

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The study involves the structural optimization, analysis of global reactive descriptors and evaluation and selection of antioxidant mechanisms and QSAR/QSPR studies. The compounds PT and GO have lower IE values in comparison with QT and hence are more efficient than QT against electrophilic free radicals like hydroxyl, alkoxyl and peroxyl in the order PT GO. Compounds having higher EA values than QT are better electron acceptors than QT against nucleophilic free radicals like superoxide radical. All the compounds except RU and EL have lower IE values than that of GA and are efficient electron donors than GA in scavenging the electrophilic free radicals in living system. The BDE value decreases with number of -OH groups. The compounds 8 and 14 are the most powerful antioxidants among the studied compounds for electrophilic free radicals by the two mechanisms with respect to both Qt and GA. In both cases the compound 5 prefers to act thorough HAT mechanism. The compound 9 (GS) is the best antireductant towards nucleophilic free radicals and compound 14 (GO) is the best antioxidant for electrophilic free radicals with respect to both QT and GA among the studied polyphenols. Seller Inventory # KNV9783330078482

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