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ಎಸ್.ಕೆ.ರಾಮಚಂದ್ರ ರಾವ್ ಅವರ ಪ್ರಮುಖ ಆಂಗ್ಲ ಪ್ರಬಂಧಗಳಲ್ಲಿ A Note on the Hindu Approach to Death, A Tantrik Poem on Sri Sarada of Sringeri, An Essay in Psychological Axiomatics, Buddhism in Burma, Chos: the Unique Dharma of Tibet, Conception of Stress in Indian Thought, Crime And Punishment, Human Situation, Indian Cultural Heritage, Introducing Sanskrit (Grammar), Introduction to Mathematical Psychology, Lam Rim Chen Mo, A Tibetan classic, Mahavir Jayanti Speech, Mind in Bhela Samhita, Psychological Speculations of Sankara, Psychology of Laya, Religion and Fine Arts, Rgveda: First Hymn, Specimens of Panini’s Poetry, The Conception of Nadi, Its Examination, The Conception of Saraswati, The Essentials of Indian Culture, The Essentials of Indian Culture, The Human Situation, The Iconography Of Saraswati, The Indian Background of Tibetan Religion, Thoughts on Medical Ethics, Tibetan Medicine, Tibetan Outlook on Monastic Life, Tyagaraja, Professor M. Hiriyanna and Jivanmukti ಮುಂತಾದವು ಸೇರಿವೆ.
ಪ್ರೀ ಎಕ್ಲಾಮ್ಸಿಯ Many studies have also suggested the importance of a woman's immunological tolerance to her baby's father, whose genes are present in the young fetus and its placenta and which may pose a challenge to her immune system. As the theory is further investigated, researchers are increasingly studying the importance of a woman's continued exposure to her partner's semen as early as several years before conception. One study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology involved several hundreds of women and found that "women with a short period of cohabitation (less than 4 months) who used barrier methods for contraception had a substantially elevated risk for the development of pre-eclampsia compared with women with more than 12 months of cohabitation before conception". However, the results from a study conducted in 2004 show that the theory is still not conclusive. In that study, the researchers found that after adjustment and stratification, the effect of barrier contraceptive use on the development of pre-eclampsia had disappeared, with both arms having identical rates of pre-eclampsia. Although the study has since been criticized for its subjective adjustment of data, it remains important because it demonstrates that there is still some contention over the degree to which failure of tolerance induction can be attributed to prior exposure to the partner's sperm.
ಪ್ರೀ ಎಕ್ಲಾಮ್ಸಿಯ Another evolutionary hypothesis for vulnerability to preeclampsia is the idea of ensuring pair-bonding between the mother and father and paternal investment in the fetus. Researchers posit the idea that preeclampsia serves as an adaptation for the mother to terminate investment in a fetus that might have an unavailable paternal donor, as determined by repeated semen exposure of the paternal donor to the mother. Various studies have shown that women who frequently had exposure to partners’ semen before conception had a reduced risk of preeclampsia. Also, subsequent pregnancies by the same paternal donor had a reduced risk of preeclampsia while subsequent pregnancies by a different paternal donor had a higher risk of developing preeclampsia.