A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) actually consists of a huge amount of small and tiny individual sensor nodes which are well capable of sensing and collecting data samples from the environment and are treated as the information source. These sensor nodes helps in monitoring physical or environmental conditions and also pass their data samples to the main location through the network. In wireless sensor networks the central point of failure is a base station which collects data from several intermediate nodes. But problem occurs when these intermediate nodes fail to forward the data to the destination node. Attacker examines the packet traffic and can easily reach the base station to destroy it thereby rendering the entire sensor network inoperative. In this paper the proposed privacy preservation mechanism mainly focuses on mInImIZIng the energy consumption thereby increasing the network life time and hence reduces the communication overhead in the network as a whole.Hence our proposed scheme involves generation of fake packets by the nodes considering remaining energy of each node.
Diabetes is a rapidly escalating health problem. Researchers have discovered novel strategies for the treatment of diabetes. Since ancient times, Sadabahar has been utilised to control diabetes in many regions of the world. Also known as Catharanthus roseus, it has been used in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine for centuries and is claimed to be a tried-and-true herbal remedy for chronic illnesses like diabetes. Over 120 alkaloids are produced, with 70 of them being pharmacologically active. Beneficial flavonoids and hypoglycemic alkaloids like catharanthine, leurosine, lochnerine, tetrahydroalstonin, vindoline, and vindolinine, vindogentianine are found in the plant. Researches have shown that the ethyl acetate fraction of the ethanolic extract of C. roseus has the best glucose lowering effect. This study focuses on the various biotechnological methods being adopted with constant advancements towards the role of sadabahar in treatment of diabetes and its future prospects.
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