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While caste-based discrimination was banned in 1955, Dalit communities continue to face threats of violence if they try to give up manual scavenging.
These plants have various antioxidants which possess free radical scavenging activity and have protection ability against lipid peroxidation.
Recently several herbal formulations that have free radical scavenging potential are used in treating such chronic diseases (Wang et al.
DPPH is the easy and rapid approach for assessing the free radical scavenging activity of various products at a time by Colorimetric detection method.
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Ambedkar, Wilson helped found the Safai Karmachari Andolan (SKA), a movement to eradicate manual scavenging in India.
In present study Good value of DPPH radical scavenging activity is observed in whole plant of Micromeria biflora, Oil of M.
At the forefront of Wilson's war against the dehumanising practice of manual scavenging is the Safai Karamchari Andolan or the Cleaners Movement (SKA), an organisation he helped set up in 1994 and which has since changed the lives of thousands of scavengers.
Not only is child scavenging an illegal and immoral occupation to begin with, it tags along other risks such as negative mental, physical and social implications.
Herein we report scavenging behavior by a female bobcat and cub at domestic pig (Sus scrofa) carcasses during a carrion utilization study in central Oklahoma.
The researchers measured the antioxidant properties of the five essential oils by comparing the scavenging capacity of the 2,2-diphenyl-1-picryl hydracyl (DPPH) radical to the antioxidant standard, a commercial water-soluble vitamin E analogue.