ISSN: 1813-0410

Volume 13, Issue 0

Volume 13, Issue 0, Winter 2017, Page 1-254

Perfect media for isolation of fungi from patients with Dermatophytosis

Ali Abdul Husseine S. Al- Janabi

journal of kerbala university, Volume 13, Issue 0, Pages 18-21

Three types of ordinary media were tested in order to assess perfect one for isolation of dermatophytes from patients with dermatophytosis disease .
Tinea pedis was preferred to give a positive growth on all three tested media , whereas Tinea corporis was favorable to grow on the PDA and Tinea cruris on SDA .
SDA and PDA were appeared as successful media for specimen culturing , in contrast with CDA and Candida albicanis was the best fungi species grown on these media , followed by T. mentagrophytes .

Some metal Complexes of Schiff- Base Derived from Dithiooxamide and 2, 4, 5-Trimethoxeybenzaldehyde

Bassim Ibrahem Mehdi; Ayad Hamza Jassim; Hayder Haimed Mihsen

journal of kerbala university, Volume 13, Issue 0, Pages 0-0

A new Schiff base (LH1) derived from Dithiooximide and 2,4,5-Trimethoxybenz-aldehyde and its transition metal complexes with Ni(II),Pd(II) and Pt(IV) have been prepared and characterized by vibrational and electronic spectroscopy ,in addition to thermal analysis (TG-DTG),magnetic and conductivity measurement .The M:L ratio was 1:2 in all cases .The structural formula for the new complexes were proposed.

Alternate Relationship between Sediments and Groand water by using Boron as Indicator in Kerbala – Nejaf Area – Middle of Iraq

journal of kerbala university, Volume 13, Issue 0, Pages 106-119

Boron concentrations in ground water change locality in Kerbla – Nejaf area (20/ localities ) beause the difference of sedimentary facies scquence of the clay lenses in horizental and vertical direction and by the effect of time periods between rainy time , so this lead to the difference in Boron concentration in ground water with time ( Jaunary – June , 1996 ) .
The average of Boron rates in ground water in selected localities with time is 3 mlg / L and this average is more than the evarage of Boron in sediment filteration of the same localities (2.6mlg /L )
The indication of Boron disribation with time changes especially in time of watering effct as haman activties as well as the number of rainy days .
The resultes show that Boron during water shortage and not watering less than Boron in water increasing prriod and watering
Two experements were done to represnted the natural conditions of the area by using saline wells water to represent watering case , and the distel water to represent rain case .The result showed that increasing of Boron in sediments fiteration increases with salinity of sedrments fasaes as well the colour of this facies which showed sedimentary envierument and the propability of Boron accumulation in grey claylenses .

HydroChemistry of shallow ground water In hendia area(east of Kerbala city)

journal of kerbala university, Volume 13, Issue 0, Pages 181-188

The study included a field scanning and water analysis of
( 15) wells , placed in AL-Hendia area in Kerbala city , all of which are employed for irrigation and some for drinks and domestic uses . The results indicated that the wells used for drinks are not suitable due to the high concentration of sulfate (SO4-2 ) , chloride ( CL-) and total hardness compared to the international accepted levels .
For the irrigation use , the water wells were divided into types . The first one is irrigation water with high salinity suitable for irrigation crops which can resist a specific level of salinity and the second type is irrigating water with very high salinity suitable only for irrigating crops which can resist very high level of salinity in soils with a good drainage system

Themes, Motives and Equivocation in William Shakespeare’s Macbeth

Mohammed Baqir Twaij

journal of kerbala university, Volume 13, Issue 0, Pages 18-49

Shakespeare’s Macbeth was “written in 1605-06 and was performed at Hampton Court in 1606 before James I of England and his brother-in-law, Christian [IV] of Denmark,”1 as Sylvan Barnet remarks. King Christian IV is the brother of Queen Anne, King James I’s wife, whose interest in drama had a great influence on her husband. It is no wonder that James I patronized Shakespeare’s theatrical company, which bore his title and was called King’s Men in 1603, the first year of his reign in England (1603-1625). He was Scottish by birth and was born in Edinburgh Castle in 1566. He was already King James VI of Scotland before he came to England as James I.

Comparison between two forms of Unsharp Masking enhancement method

Nahla Ibraheem Jabbar Al-Dhifery

journal of kerbala university, Volume 13, Issue 0, Pages 1-5

Unsharp masking method is used to improve the visual quality of an image in order to enhance the edges of image. Edges enhancement means first isolating the edges in an image, amplification them and then adding them back into the image. In this work, demonstrate this method in two forms, comparison between them and detect the best form to perform the edges enhancement that is giving suitable results which makes it more pleasant to the human eye.