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      composite epoxy/sol-gel, adhesive, surface roughness, lap shear strength. [1]
      composites, polymers, ceramics, polymer-nanoparticle, differential scanning calorimetry. 1. INTRODUCTION Polymer nanofillers (nanocomposites) are a class of hybrid materials composed of an organic polymer matrix with dispersed inorganic compounds. Polymer nanocomposite shows unique properties, combining the advantages of the inorganic nanofillers (e.g., rigidity, thermal stability) and the organic polymers (e.g., flexibility, dielectric, ductility, and processability). The inorganic nanofillers have large surface area, leading to a dramatic increase in interfacial area.1 Polymer nanocomposites are materials in which nanofillers inorganic particles usually 10-100 Angstrom (Aͦ) in at least [1]
      Coping, distress, exercise, healthy diet, humor, sleep hygiene, social support, stress. [1]
      Coping; stress; exercise; humor: and social. [1]
      cytomegalovirus, pregnant, women, infection and gestation. [1]
      Diabetes, Chromium, Blood sugar, HbA1c. [1]
      Diabetic Retinopathy, Management, Blindness Prevention. [1]
      Dispersion, SiO2, MoO3, pH, XRD. [1]
      Distal clavicle, fracture, open reduction and internal fixation, kirshner wires. [1]
      Distilled Water; Aluminum Oxide; Reservoir Sandstone; Recovery Factor; Temperature; Spontaneous imbibition test. [1]
      Down's syndrome, children, amino acids [1]
      drama, ESL, role-playing [2]
      Dust, Fungi, Sebha, Hospital, Operating Theaters, Intensive Care Units, Neonatal Wards [1]
      Educational Intervention, Knowledge, Attitude, Practice, Hypertension, Control [1]
      electrolyte, total calcium, sodium, botassium [1]
      EndNote [1]
      EOR, Surfactant, Sea Water and PPT test. [1]
      Fenugreek, Cinnamon, Extracts, Alloxan, Diabetes, Liver enzymes, Kidney functions. Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is one of major metabolic disorders, it's characterized by high blood glucose levels(1). The number of people living with diabetes is expected to rise from 366 million in 2011 to 552 million by 2030. 80% of people with diabetes live in low and middle income countries(2). It's generally considered that hyperglycemia is the major factor in the pathogenesis of diabetic complications(3). Hyperglycemia and the effects of diabetogenic agent Alloxan in experimental diabetes increase the generation of free radicals that may lead to liver cells damage(4),(5), and that causes to impairment of liver function(6). Impairment of kidney function is a prominent feature of diabetes, Over time diabetic nephropathy will develop(3). Medicinal plants play an important role in the management of diabetes especially in developing countries where resources are meager(7),(8). Presently, there is an increased demand to use natural products with antidiabetic activity(9) due to the secondary failure rates and side effects associated with the use of insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents(9),(6). Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek) [1]
      FTIR, DSC, oven aging, antioxidant. [1]
      garlic flesh, lipid profile, abdominal fats, Allium sativum, rats [1]