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Aims and Scope

Middle East Journal of Applied Science & Technology (MEJAST) is the dominant journal for publishing innovative research ideas in arts, science, medicine, law, engineering and technology domains with relevant applications. MEJAST welcomes full papers, communications, technical notes, critical and tutorial review articles, editorials, and comments, in addition to the literature reviews that are prepared by an expert panel. This includes, but is not restricted to, the most recent progress, developments and achievements in all the below mentioned domains.

Submissions are welcome in the following areas, but note this list reflects the current scope and authors are strongly encouraged to contact the editorial team if they believe that their work offers potentially new and emerging research relevant to the journal scope and coverage & not strictly limited within: Aerodynamics, Automation Systems, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Botany, Chemistry, Communication Systems, Computer Science, Conventional Energy, Data Communication, Dentistry, Economics, Education, Electromagnetics, Embedded Systems, Engineering Domains, Finance, Food & Nutrition, Geology, Green Computing, Grid Computing, High Speed Networks, Image Processing, Management, Mathematics, Mechanics, Meteorology, Microbiology, Mobile Computing, Nano Robotics, Nursing, Operating Systems, Optical Communication, Physics, Physiotheraphy, Political Science, Power Systems, Psychology, Red Taction, Sensor Networks, Sociology, Sensor Networks, Thermodynamics, Veterinary Medicine, Video Signal Processing, VLSI Design, Wireless Communication.



Vision and Mission

Mission: MEJAST is dedicated in making authentic knowledge contributions to research and technical communities worldwide. We are proud to be engines of these communities by contributing our painstaking efforts to their advancements in these fields. By delivering world-class trustworthy information and innovative discoveries to researchers, educators and practitioners around the globe, we help them to become more productive in their work and successful in their career.

When information is to be displayed worldwide, searching for quality information is a big challenge. That is why MEJAST partners (by making them Fellows) with leading experts, and publishes the most trustworthy and innovative information here, so that scientists and professionals can make critical decisions with advance scientific discoveries.

MEJAST uses various user-friendly modern technologies to broadcast and multi-cast world-class information with a view to ensure it reaches to each and every one of global community of scientists, doctors, researchers, educators and decision-makers without any barriers or boundaries for optimum utilization of valuable explorations in various research fields.

Vision: We strive to utilize our best available resources and efforts to improve quality of our authors constantly. We partner with professionals in research and technical communities to understand and ascertain how they work and what they need, so that we can develop techniques and produce research which help them to be more effective. We distribute information and contribute to a common goal of advancing research and share the benefits such as progress, prosperity and potential for incremental growth which that brings for entire research society, in a long-term manner.

 

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Middle East Journal of Applied Science & Technology publishes only cutting-edge articles and is  currently being indexed in Google, Google Scholar, Elsevier SSRN, Crossref, Slideshare, Academia, Researchgate, Semantic Scholar, Scribd, Issuu, Worldcat, etc.

 

 

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Recent Articles


Research Article

The Primary Source of Mercury in the Subsoil and Environmental Impacts

Trinh Quoc Vinh, Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy, MBA & Sergey Yakutseny

Page No. 01-04

 Abstract: The paper aims to figure out the primary source of mercury in the subsoil and environmental impacts. By using descriptive method for primary model, synthesis methods and process analysis and analysis of difficulties and discussion, The study of this problem point that, The primary source of mercury in the subsoil is considered to be deep exhalations coming from with the activation of deep processes - geothermal, eruptive, etc., and its intensive rocks enriched with organic matter become an accumulator in the sedimentary cover -carbonaceous formations and soil layer. It is from the latter that she again enters biocycle with a new stage of intravital accumulation in plant and animal organisms in the greater the amount, the higher its content in the environment. Moreover, it is also observed.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.46431/MEJAST.2022.5401


Research Article

Evaluation of Anti-microbial and Anti-fungal Activities of Nano-TiO2 Assembled with Graphene Composites

Muralasetti Nookaraju, Vaddadi Krishna & Ryali Somasekhar

Page No. 05-12

 Abstract: Nanocomposites assembled with TiO2 and graphene were synthesised under solvent free conditions. The calcinated nanocomposites have been characterized by PXRD, SEM-EDAX, HRTEM and Nitrogen adsorption-desorption techniques. Nanotitania was found to be formed in anatase phase with larger surface area (268.2 m2g-1) and with increase in graphene content, the absorbance increased towards visible region. Their biological applicability has been evaluated by examining their anti-bacterial activity against E. coli (ATCC29181), S. aurues (ATCC6538) and their anti-fungal activity against C. albicans, C. rugosa (ATCC10231) organisms. It has been observed that the biological activity has increased with increase in % graphene from 0.1 to 0.5 and showed a steady decrease with 1.0 % graphene. Compared, to the anti-fungal activity, anti-bacterial activity was identified to be major in the present studies.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.46431/MEJAST.2022.5402


Research Article

A Systematic Review on Isolation, Identification, and Characterization of Agrobacterium tumefaciens from Leguminous Plants

Hamid Muzmmal Khan, Abdul Manan, Syed Asif Hussain Shah & Muhammad Asif Raheem

Page No. 13-17

 Abstract: Agrobacterium tumefaciens causes crown gall disease in plants by transferring their T-DNA which contains some oncogenic genes. At the site of the wound, these bacteria become accumulates and then transfer their T-DNA into host plant cells, which interact with host plant genomic DNA and cause tumor. With the help of knowledge, how the A.tumefaciens transfer their T-DNA to plant cells. And with the knowledge and use of the latest molecular biology techniques, A.tumefaciens is used as a tool for the transformation of our gene of interest into the host plant cells to make genetically modified plants. This review provides a working systematic review of the isolation, identification, and characterization of A.tumefaciens from the leguminous plants. This review also tells us how to transfer the T-DNA into a host plant cell and how to isolate the Agrobacterium tumefaciens from the root nodules of leguminous plants, first of all, collect the root nodules of leguminous plants then wash them properly and streak the isolates of root nodules on LB agar plates. then identify and characterize the Agrobacterium from the isolates because Agrobacterium and rhizobium stay together. For characterization, biochemical tests i.e gram staining and KOH tests performed to confirm the isolated bacteria is gram-negative. Some pathogenic tests such as carrot disk bioassay and potato disc confirm whether isolates caused a tumor or not.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.46431/MEJAST.2022.5403

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