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Limnological Research in India

Mishra, Smriti Ratna ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (1999)

ISBN 10: 8170352045 ISBN 13: 9788170352044

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 1999. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+266p., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm, This book provides a glimpse into the recent researches on limnology, water pollution and ecological problems of various aquatic environment in India and reviews the progress made in the field in past few decades. The book provides twenty quality research articles and reviews on pollutional and ecological problems of various aquatic habitats. This book will be very useful to Limnologists, Fishery Biologists, Aquaculturists and post graduate students of Ecology and Environmental Sciences in various respects. Contents Chapter 1: Water Quality of River Periyar (River Suruliyar) in Tamil Nadu by R Sivasubramani, Chapter 2: Limnological Studies of Indian Rivers with Relation to Algae: A Review by S N Nandan & Y S More, Chapter 3: Tendencies in Water Quality Research and its Application to Twenty First Century by T Venkatesan, P Geetha, G Padmalatha, S Balasubramanian & B Suresh, Chapter 4: Occurence and Hygienic Significance of Aeromonads in River Narmada by Anjana Sharma & Sushma Rajput, Chapter 5: Development Vs Aquatic Environment: The Case of Garhwal Himalaya by Ashutosh Gautam, Chapter 6: Hydrological Features and Diatom Flora of Pulicat Lake by R Ramanibai & D Sasikala, Chapter 7: Biodiversities and Reclamation of Baraila Lake: A Wetland Study by Awadhesh Kumar Mishra, Chapter 8: Seasonality on the Egg Production and the Energetics of Egg Development in Macrobrachium lamarrei by P Maria Charles, Chapter 9: Oxygen Consumption in Relation to the Treatment of Certain Biogenic Amines in Crab Barytelphusa Cunicularis by K C Vipradas, Chapter 10: Role of Some Environmental Factors on the Fluctuation of Plankton in a Lentic Pond at Calcutta by S K Sarkar & P Basu Chowdhury, Chapter 11: River Pollution in India: An Overview by S R Mishra, Chapter 12: Studies on the Benthic and Shore Line Fauna of River Ganga Between Narora to Kannauj: A Comprehensive Study by Asif A Khan, Rajeev K Gaur & Md Afaque Alam, Chapter 13: Seasonal Trends in Abiotic Factors of a Lentic Habitat (Kalika Pond, Dhar) by R K Dave, M M Parkash & N K Dhakad, Chapter 14: Colour Removal from Effluents of Paper Industry by Anita Nair & A K Shenvi, Chapter 15: A Report on the Pre Pollution Status of the Vasishta Godavari Estuary, East Coast of India by A G R Sai Sastry, Chapter 16: Trophic Structure of Plankton Community in Some Typical Wetlands of Kashmir, India by Ashok K Pandit, Chapter 17: Modelling Seasonal Fluctuation of Aquatic Fauna with Reference to the Environmental Factors in a High Altitude Lake of Peninsular India (The Ootacamund Lake) by P Geetha, K Shanthi, R Jaganathan & S Balasubramaniam, Chapter 18: Biodiscs: The Biological Wheels for Treatment of Polluted/Waste Waters: An Overview by A K Verma, Chapter 19: Potential Utilization of Aquatic Weeds for Treating Industrial Effluents by A G Murugesan & N Sukumaran, Chapter 20: Anthropogenic Pressures and the Status of the Indian Soft-shell Turtle, Trionyx gangeticus Cuvier in Lake Mansar at Jammu by P L Duda, Anil K Verma & D N Sahi. Bookseller Inventory # 021980

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Advances in Fish and Wildlife Ecology and Biology Vol 2

Kaul, Bansi Lal ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (1999)

ISBN 10: 8170352053 ISBN 13: 9788170352051

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 1999. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xvi+231p., fig., plts., 25 cm, Advances in Fish and Wildlife Ecology and Biology Vol II is a compendium of original research papers written by scholars in these fields. Articles in the first section include those on Physiology, metabolism, fish food organisms, alimentary canal and on quality of water inhabited by fish. Papers on transgenic fish, sewage-fed fisheries and parasities of fish have also been included in this section. Ecological crisis of Lake Mansar (J & K) and studies of rotifers which are an important component of fish food also form a part of this section. In the second section on Wildlife, articles on trutles, wall lizard, barn owl, aquatic birds and gastropods have been included. Other papers on wildlife include a note on Guindy National Park (Madras), Impact of tourism on wildlife in Patnitop (J & K) and on a new species of digenetic trematode parasite found in frog. A paper on reprotechnology in wildlife conservation also finds a place in this section. The volume is dedicated to the memory of Late Professor S M Das an eminent Zoologist of the Indian subcontinent. Contents: Section I: Fish and Limnology Chapter 1: Role of Thyroid Gland in the Regulation of Metabolic Rate in Fishes with special Reference to Indian Teleosts by B N Pandey, Chapter 2: Alcohol Dehydrogenase Isozyme Expression in the Air-breathing Fish, Clarias batrachus and Heteropneustes fossilis of North Eastern India by Alka Prakash & Sant Prakash, Chapter 3: The Ecological Role of Algal Weeds, Charophytes in Particular in Fisheries Water by Usha Moza, Chapter 4: Importance of Fish Food Organisms (Live Food) in Aquaculture Practice by Seem Langer, K Gupta & R Gandotra, Chapter 5: Morphological Studies of Alimentary Canal of Fishes of Lake Mansar by Arunk K Gupta, Seema Langer & S C Gupta, Chapter 6: Transgenic Fish: Production and Improvement of Fish Resources by Anil K Verma & B L Kaul, Chapter 7: Sewage Fed Fisheries: A Biotechnological Application by Y R Malhotra, Seema Langer & S Raina, Chapter 8: The Histopathology of Pallisentis jagani and Pomphorhynchus bulbocolli Infection in Channa striatus and Schizothorax sinuatus by P L Kaul & M K Rana, Chapter 9: Female Reproductive System of Pallisentis jagani by P L Kaul, M K Raina & Usha Zutshi, Chapter 10: Bacterial Microflora, Their Distribution and Relationship with Fish and Its Environment: A Review by J P Sharma & V K Gupta, Chapter 11: A Comparison of the Feeding Rates of Streptocephalus torvicornis and Chirocephalus diaphanus (Crustacea: Anostraca) on Rotifers by S S S Sarma and K R Dierckens, Chapter 12: Population Growth of Brachionus calyciflorus Pallas (Rotifera) in Relation to Algal (Dictyosphaerium chlorelloides) Density by S S S Sarma, E D Fiogbe & P Kestemont, Chapter 13: Ecological Crisis in Lake Mansar Jammu, J & K State by B L Kaul & Anil K Verma, Chapter 14: Zooplankton Composition, Abundance and Dynamics in a Lentic Habitat (Kalika Pond, Dhar, M.P.) by R K Dave, M M Prakash & N K Dhakad, Chapter 15: Impact of Nutrient Influx on Water Quality Trends of a Vindhyan Lake by S Pani & A Wanganeo, Chapter 16: Seasonal Variations in Biochemical Composition of Muscle During the Annual Ovarian Cycle of Female Channa gachua (Ham.) by K Gupta, Sujata Raina, R Gandotra & S Langer, Chapter 17: Effect of Dietary Testosterone Propionate (TP) on the Growth of Common Carp, Cyprinus carpio L. by Y R Malhotra, R Gandotra & K Gupta. Section II: Wildlife Chapter 18: The Common Barn Owl, Tyto alba stertens Hartert, 1929: An Effective Bio-Control Agent of Rodent Pests by P Neelanarayanan, R Nagarajan & P Kanakasabi, Chapter 19: Morphology of the Male Reproductive Organs in the Indian Saw Back Turtle, Kachuga tecta and Brown Roofed Turtle Kachuga smithii from J & K State by Anil K Verma, D N Sahi & P L Duda, Chapter 20: Preliminary Observations on the Ecology of the Freshwater Soft-Shell Turtles (Family: Trionychidae) of J & K State by D N Sahi, P L Duda & Anil K Verma, Chapter 21: Impact of Anthropo. Bookseller Inventory # 022002

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Explorations in Management Thought: A Festschrift Honoring Prof. Ishwar Dayal

Deepak Dogra,Vinay Auluck

Published by Ane Books Pvt. Ltd (2010)

ISBN 10: 8180521249 ISBN 13: 9788180521249

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Item Description: Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. . It is an old academic tradition that at an appropriate stage in the career of an eminent scholar a volume is put together in his honour containing the writings of colleagues and students. To honour Prof. Ishwar Dayal for his contributions to management development, authors have edited this Festschrift. This Festschrift has write ? ups, eulogies and articles from such persons who have been long time career associates, colleagues, friends and students of Prof. Dayal. In addition, this festsxhrift also has interview and articles covering a gamut of management issues in the Indian context. This book is an excellent resource for business leaders, consultants, researchers and management professionals. CONTENTS Preface : The Beginning About Prof. Ishwar Dayal An Interview with Prof. Dayal Some Remembrances ? Dayal and Camaraderie (Rolf Lynton) ? Not McKinsey but Dayal (N Vaghul) ? Dayal and Shri Ram Centre for IR and HR (Vinay Bharat-Ram) ? Dayal and ?PFC Culture? (Uddesh Kohli) ? Dayal: A Personal Tribute (Abad Ahmad) ? Dayal as a Professor of OB (Baldev R Sharma) ? Dayal: ?A Renaissance Man? (George Koreth) ? Ishwar Dayal: A Remembrance (Mrityunjay Athreya) ? Dayal: A Multi-faceted Personality (Kuldeep Mathur) ? A Guru Par Excellence (Sunil Abrol) ? A Tribute to Excellence (Punam Sehgal) ? Dayal as Knowledge Manager (Tariq Ashraf) ? Dayal as a Consultant (A A Niazi) ? Dayal from a Banker?s Perspective (S K Kapoor) ? Dayal and his Pro-social Attitude (Mirza S Saiyadain) ? A Salute to Dayal by an Army Officer (D N Verma) ? Ad Guru or Ed Guru: Creativity in a Maestro (Freda Joseph Swaminathan) ? Dayal and his Wife as Mentor-Guide (Marcle Parker) ? With Naman to a Guru (N L Verma) ? Dayal as a Teacher (G Venkataraman) ? Dayal as a Management Researcher (J S Sodhi) ? Dayal as an Institution Builder (T V Rao) ? Impressions about Dayal by an Engineer (M P V Shenoi) ? Dayal as a Catalyst in Transforming a Manager into a Teacher (Vinay Auluck) ? Dayal with a Human Touch (Kewal Sony) ? Dayal as a Leader (Padmakali Mishra) ? Dayal as a Role Model for Behavioural Scientists (Pradeep Prakash) ? Dayal as Karmayogi (Abhijit Roy) A Few Appreciations by Varied Persons Contributed Articles on Institute Building and Management Education ? My Institution Building Experiences at IIMA, NHRDN and AHRD (T V Rao) ? Organisation Development in LIC A Perspective on Prof. Dayal (K Kalyanaraman) ? Leadership and Organisational Revitalisation (Sushil) ? Positioning of Values in Management Education (Upinder Dhar) ? A Reflection on what Industry Expects from B-Schools (C S VenkataRatnam) ? New Directions in Management Thought (Subhash Sharma) ? Issues in Imparting Management Education (Umashankar Venkatesh & Kamlesh Mishra) ? Does ICT in Education Enhance Learning? (M P Gupta & Madhusudan V Rao) ? The ?Role? of Behavioural Science Trainer in Managing Change (Rajesh Singh) ? Building Enduring Leadership (Mirza Yawar Baig) ? Business Practices: Islamic Roots and Cultural Dilemma (M Moshin Butt) ? HRD Effectiveness In LIC A Model Based Study (K Kalyanaraman) Listing of Select Academic Writings of Prof. Ishwar Dayal Over the Years Notes on Contributors Printed Pages: 312. Bookseller Inventory # 43589

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Heavy Metal Pollution Research: Recent Advances

Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170353858 ISBN 13: 9788170353850

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xviii+312p., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm, Some 65 of the known 92 elements are metallic in nature. The term ?metal? designates an element that is a good conductor of electricity whose electrical resistance is directly proportion to absolute 0T. In addition, metals share some distinctive characteristics such as high thermal conductivity and high density. Metallic elements are intrinsic components of the environment. Some 19 heavy metals of the known 65 metals are toxic in nature and cause a great threat to the living as well as non-living world, and so man is no exception. Actually toxic heavy metals are present at <0.1% levels in the earth?s crust but anthropogenic activities such as smelting and mining of ores, releasing industrial wastes, use of metallic compounds in industries and in the production of vehicles and aeroplanes have released a large number of toxic metals and their salts into th environment. So, dispersion of heavy metals in environment has become a most challenging problem. If proper management and mass awakening right from grass root level to top policy makers have not been considered inevitable within time, no force on this earth can check the propagation of carcinogenic characters of the heavy metals. This book will be helpful in solving the crux of heavy metal pollution; as it is compilation of most advanced research articles of the scientists of repute in the concerned field. Besides, the book will be very much helpful for the students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for those who have interest in toxicology. Contents Chapter 1: Heavy Metal Pollution: Toxic Effects and Control Strategies by Arvind Kumar, C Bohra and H Ali; Chapter 2: Heavy Metal Pollution in Marine and Estuarine Environment: The Case of North and South 24 Parganans Districts of Coastal West Bengal by Sutapa Das, Abhijit Mitra, Kakoli Banerjee, Debarati Mukherjee and D P Bhattacharya; Chapter 3: Heavy Metal Toxicity and Bio-accumulation: A Critical Appraisal by Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, J Hongray Howrelia and M Selvanayagam; Chapter 4: Heavy Metal Accumulation in Seaweeds in Polluted and Unpolluted Estuaries by K Sasikumar and A N Subramaniyan; Chapter 5: Heavy Metal Levels in Freshwater Bivalve Mollusc, Lamellidens corrianus from Nandrabad Swamp near Aurangabad by S S Patil; Chapter 6: A Review of the Heavy Metal Toxicity on the Freshwater Fishes by M Aruchami, A A Sivakumar and R Thangam; Chapter 7: Occurrence of Heavy Metals in Tapi River Water and Sediments at Bhusawal Region by R B Dhake and S T Ingle; Chapter 8: Bioaccumulation of Mercury in Uppanar Estuary, Cuddalore, Southeast Coast of India by R Rajaram and M Srinivasan; Chapter 9: Toxic Effect of High Chromium Intake on the Human Body and Chromium Removal from Water with Low Cost Adsorbents by Jyotsna Lal and Kanchan Sachan; Chapter 10: Metal Ion Stabilization of Alpha Amylase Activity in Opuntia vulgaris by B Nabi and K Srikumar; Chapter 11: Phytotoxicity of Copper and Lead in Leafy Vegetable Amaranth (Amaranthus oleraceous) by M I S Saggoo, N Verma and P Sharma; Chapter 12: Bioaccumulation of Chromium Trioxide and its Effect on Blood Glucose, Glycogen Content and LDH Activity in the Fish, Tilapia mossambica by R Thangam and A A Sivakumar; Chapter 13: Effect of Sublethal Concentration of Copper on the Selected Organs of an Estuarine Fish Mystus gulio (Hamilton) by S V S Amanulla Hameed, K Muthukumaravel, A Subramanian and N Mayilvakanan; Chapter 14: Impact of Textile Wastewater on Raphanus sativus Var Pusa Reshmi: A Pot Experiment with Special Emphasis on Analysis of Heavy Metals by Richa Marwari, T I Khan and H S Sharma; Chapter 15: Bioaccumulation of Metals in Different Food Fishes in Wastewater Fed Wetlands by Paulomi Maiti and Samir Banerjee; Chapter 16: Cadmium Chloride Effects on Thyroid and Gonads of the Fish Channa orientalis (Sch) by S V Deshmukh and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 17: Heavy Metal Concentrations in the Edible Crab Scylla serrata in the Malancha. Bookseller Inventory # 021971

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Advances in Horticulture and Forestry Volume 7

S.P. Singh (ed)

Published by Scientific (1999)

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Item Description: Scientific, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Part Contents: 1. Bark inversion and its effect on growth of mango ( Mangifera indica L.) rootstock/M. Padma, and Y. Narayana Reddy. 2. Effect of KMnO4 and AgNO3 on post-harvest shelf-life of banana (Musa paradisiaca L.)/L.N. Bairwa and L.K. Dashora. 3. Effect of edible oil emulsion on post-harvest shelf-life of ber (Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk Cv. Umran/L.K. Dashora,M.C. Meena and S. Mohammed. 4. Development and evaluation of permanganate based ethylene scrubber to extend the shelf-life of Sapota fruits/K.B. Jagtap and J.S. Katrodia. 5. Influence of photoperiod and bioregulators on vegetative growth of strawberry under controlled conditions/M.P. Dwivedi, K.S. Negi, K.K. Jindal and H.S. Rana. 6. Studies on rooting in low chilling cultivars of plum using different types of cuttings under mist/H. S. Rana and R.M. Sharma. 7. Effect of genotype, method and time of budding in bael (Aegle marmelos Correa)/Deepti Rai, K.K. Misra and H.R. Jaiswal. 8.Implication of In vitro technologies in horticulture and forestry--a review/H.P. Singh, Sanjay Singh and H.K. Singh. 9. Embryo rescue : a useful tool in fruit breeding/Dinesh Singh, K. Kumar, Rajesh Kumar and Sunil Kumar Gupta. 10. Cor-relation studies in brinjal (Solanum melongena L.)/D.A. Sarnaick, S.K. Verma and D.P. Verma. 11. Response of plant bioregulators on growth and yield of chilli during summer season/N.C. Joshi, D.K. Singh and S.K. Jain. 12. Study on growth and yield of okra cultivars in response to fertilizer levels during hot weather period/K. Radha Rani, C. Ravi Sankar and D. Manohar Prasad. 13. Influence of. Bookseller Inventory # 683

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Teacher Education in Dilemma

M S Singh

Published by Adhyayan, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184350279 ISBN 13: 9788184350272

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Item Description: Adhyayan, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Theme. Preface. 1. Educational accountability its concept need classification and application/V.K. Rai. 2. Inservice education as a requisite to Austain teacher's accountable abstract/Kajal Deb. 3. Teacher education its accountability/Abha Singh and Satyamvada Singh. 4. Accountability of teachers on teachers education a critical comment/Sanjay Bhartiya and Shikha Verma. 5. Ethics accountability and teaching profession/R.N. Mishra and B.K. Mishra. 6. Teacher's accountability in present day scenario/Archana Tripathi. 7. Teacher accountability/Pratibha Rai. 8. Teacher competency in the national development and social change/Avis Chintamani. 9. Teacher competency a critical study/Prem Prabha Singh. 10. Developing teacher competencies at secondary level teacher education/Narendra Singh. 11. Teacher competencies/Pratibha Singh. 12. A study of the factors related to achievement in Hindi and English Medium students/Avis Chintamani. 13. Competency based teacher educations/Sharad Srivastava. 14. Teaching competencies in emerging Indian society/Sudhanshu Sinha. 15. Competency based teacher training (A current Approach)/Priya Soni Khare and Kalpana Singh. 16. Quality improvement programmes in teacher education for 21 century/Sushil Kumar Rai and Avinash Singh. 17. Quality in B.Ed. college/P.L. Kirkire and Mahesh Bhargava S.D. Singh. 18. Professionalism and curriculum framework for teacher education/Geet Mala.19. Teacher in the global society/Ramesh Dhar Dwivedi. 20. Values of academic profession/Pratik Upadhyaya and Arpita Kumar. 21. Functions of academic staff colleges/Harish Kumar Singh. 22. Suggestions to meet out teacher education in Dilemma/K.C. Vashistha. M.K. Pathak and Nimisha Lal. 23. Self finance verses aided college/Bhuveneshwar Sharma. 24. Self finance verses aided colleges/Ruchi Srivastava. 25. Perception of a Dimension of values related to family life education by adolescents in age of globalization/Brijesh Kumar Mishra. 26. Role of National Council for teacher education/Shalini Rastogi. 27. Efficacy of NCTE guidelines for B.Ed face to face some issues/Brijesh Kumar Mishra and Gayatri Prasad Singh. 28. Role of the teacher education sports sports awareness need of the day/Shardendu Srivastava. 29. Developing technology competencies in a college of education/M.S. Singh. 30. Role of ICT in developing teaching competency/Rekha Singh. Index. Before the start of 21 century rapid charge came over in all sphere of life. Such as personal social economical political and education also. When we think about the rapid charges in education we feel some confusion or feel a situation of dilemma. Therefore we last fully accept aided or self financing college or semi aided and so on. Mostly the situation of teacher education is on the Dilemma. Therefore we feel to discuss about this condition. So that we organised a National Seminar on Teacher Education in Dilemma dated 12 13 Nov. 2005 at Prayag Mahila Mahavidyalaya Allahabad. The past one decade has seen an unprecedented accumulation of knowledge concerning quality impact in teachers education. Unfortunately the very mass of the information explosion has created problems for those concerned with disseminating the material. School college and university course initially structured to meet the growing demand for quality impact awareness has become and uphill struggle for teachers and students alike. This is the era of globalization. There is a move towards flexible specialization. Things that men/women desire like and prefer are values provided should be desirable. The range of desire like and preferences may be limited or unlimited. 148 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 63176

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Urgency of Value Education and Primacy of Girl Child: National Agenda for Education Reforms

Subhash C. Kashyap (ed)

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ISBN 10: 8185565953 ISBN 13: 9788185565958

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Item Description: Uppal, India. Hardbound. Book Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Urgency of value education and primary of girl child/P.A. Sangma. 2. Education empowerment for women/Bhishma Narain Singh. 3. The girl child/P.R. Kumaramangalam. 4. Urgency of value education/Kireet Joshi. 5. Education, values and women/C.B. Muthamma. 6. Educating the Muslim Indians/Syed Shahabuddin. 7. Value education in schools/J.N. Sharma.8. Education and girls/Vandana Sachdev. 9. Party politics in campuses/M.V. Pylee. 10. Problems of implementation/M.M. Sankhdher. 11. Value education, priorities and women/B.M. Sankhdher. 12. University politics/R.D. Sharma. 13. Ferment in higher education/Vijay Kumar. 14. Value education for National Unity/A.K. Merchant. 15. Girl child and value education/Surya Kanta Sharma. 16. Politicization of University education/Annpurna Nautiyal.17. Education and social intercourse/D. Mishra. 18. Politicalisation of campuses/A. Ranga Reddy. 19. Educational status of Muslims in India/ Abdulrahim P. Vijapur. 20. Character development and excellence in education/Mohamed Iqbal. 21. What Ails India's education/I. Shri Krishna. 22. Emerging career opportunities and skill development/Yoginder Verma. 23. The educational failure in Uttar Pradesh/Mohinder Singh. 24. Agenda for educational reforms/Subhash C. Kashyap. Bookseller Inventory # 1272

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India and ASEAN : Economic Partnership in the 1990s & Future.

Prakash (ed)

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Item Description: Gyan. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Introduction. II. India and Southeast Asia: 1. India and Southeast Asia: new partnership/V.V. Bhanoji Rao. 2. India's sectoral dialogue partnership with ASEAN/Charan D. Wadhva & Sanjay Ambatkar. III. Investment: 3. Indo-ASEAN investment relations/B. Bhattacharyya. 4. Indo- ASEAN cooperation in investment/T.K. Bhaumik. 5. India: an investment destination/K.K. Trivedi. 6. Japan's investment interest in India and Southeast Asia/K.V. Kesavan. IV. Trade, service and finance: 7. Indo-ASEAN trade relations/Indra Nath Mukherji. 8. India and SEA: cooperation in service sector/M.C. Verma. 9. Financial reforms in India and the ASEAN/V.L.Rao. V. China, ASEAN, APEC and India: 10. China-ASEAN: economic relations/ Prakash. 11. Regional trade arrangements/Nitish Sengupta. 12. APEC and India: emerging linkages/V.V. Bhanoji Rao. Index. Bookseller Inventory # 10350

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Historical Thinking in South Asia: A Handbook of Sources from Colonial Times to the Present

Michael Gottlob (ed.)

Published by Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India (2003)

ISBN 10: 0195662172 ISBN 13: 9780195662177

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Item Description: Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India, 2003. Hardbound. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. 19 Cms x 25 Cms. This is a sourcebook of historical culture in Modern South Asia. It informs about the many ways of dealing with the past as expressed in historiography and historical research, historical fiction and the arts, the use of history in political discourse, and its representation in the media. About fifty texts written by scholars (R. G. Bhandarkar, R. C. Dutt, R. C. Majumdar, I. H. Qureishi, R. Thapar etc.), social reformers (Rajmohun Roy, Ahmad Khan, M. G. Ranade, B. R. Ambedkar), men of religion (Sri Aurobindo), writers (Bankimchandra, M. Iqbal, R. Tagore), politicians (V. D. Savarkar, M. N. Roy, J. Nehru, Mahatama Gandhi), social scientists and cultural critics (M. N. Srinivas, A. Nandy) from different regional, linguistic, religious and social backgrounds and with divergent political orientation and ideological outlook are presented and commented on. The volume is introduced by a survey over the development of historical consciousness in South Asia during the last 200 years, pointi ng out also the methodological, practical and ideological aspects according to which the texts have been arranged. The general framework is that of historical thinking in a comparative and intercultural perspective. It meets a growing need for information and orientation in the global age with its increasing contacts between the cultures and a rising quest for political dialogue. The book contains some texts difficult to obtain (besides well-known classical ones). Some of the texts appear for the first time in English translation (Bankimchandra Chatterji, Nirmal Verma). Much of the current debate on history and historiography in South Asia is covered in the bibliographical notes. Printed Pages: 400. 19 Cms x 25 Cms. Bookseller Inventory # 001876

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Development Of Sarda Script Upto 13th Century A.D.

Jivan Upadhyay T P Verma (Ed.)

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Item Description: Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. (Size: 25x19cms.), Contents: Editor's Preface; Author's Preface; Transliteration System; Abbreviations; Chapter I. Introduction; Chapter II. The background (c. 3rd century B.C.-c. 500 A.D.); Chapter III. Acute-angled or Kutila Script; Chapter IV. period of Transition; Chapter V. Early Developmental Stages of Sarada Script (9th- 10th century A.D.); Chapter VI. Final Development of Sarada Script (11th- 13th Century A.D.); Chapter VII. Distinctive Features of Sarada Script in Manuscript; chapter VIII. Numerals and Other Signs; Chapter IX. Conclusions; Bibliography. 8185205698 xx+72 Yr. of Pub.1998. Bookseller Inventory # 21976

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Advances in Fish and Wildlife Ecology and Biology Vol 3

Kaul, Bansi Lal ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2004)

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2004. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xix+317p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, Advances in Fish and Wildlife Ecology and Biology Vol 3 is a collection of original research paper. The volume is divided into two sections viz., Fish and Limnology & Wildlife. The section on fish and limnology includes papers on fish germplasm, fish habitat alteration, teratology, ecology and reproductive plasticity of cichlid fishes, influence of food on growth, status of various fish species in protected areas, diel variation in physico-chemical parameters of high altitude zooplankton, aquatic pollution management, histomorphology of fish gonads and studies on fish parasites. A paper on issues related to gender in fisheries sector has also been included in this section in view of its importance. The section on wildlife includes a paper on conservation of salt water crocodile, follicular atresia in mammals, seasonal fluctuations in liver and body weight in common wall lizards, studies on habitat utilization of large herbivores, parasites of lizards, ecology of freshwater snails, ovular atresia in a lizard, comparison of two wetland habitats in Kerala and a paper on effect of polyphagous insect pest on mulberry plants. Contents Section I: Fish and Limnology; Chapter 1: Fish Germplasm Resource Conservation with Special Reference to the Indian Fauna by A K Pandey, S A Suryavanshi and P Das; Chapter 2: Studies on the Functional Responses of the Mexican Live Bearer Fish Allotoca meeki (Godeidae: Cyprinodontiformes) by Victor M Paredo-Alvarez, S S S Sarma and S Nandini; Chapter 3: A Report on Teratology of Labeo rohita (Hamilton): An Important Freshwater Food Fish Inhabiting Lentic and Lotic Environments of Jammu (J&K State) by Subhash C Gupta, S P S Dutta, N Sharma and N Bala; Chapter 4: Ecology and Reproductive Plasticity of the Amazonian Cichlid Fishes Introduced to the Freshwater Ecosystems by S Chellappa and N T Chellappa; Chapter 5: Influence of Salvinia Based Feed on the Growth of Cyprinus carpio (L) Fry by D S Somashekar, M Venkateshwarlu and M Shanmugam; Chapter 6: Status of Fishes in Protected Areas of Kerala, South India by C R Biju, K Raju Thomas and M John George; Chapter 7: Enhancing Recuperation Capacity of River Betwa with the Help of Macrophytes by N Shukla and A Wanganeo; Chapter 8: Competition Between Ceriodaphnia dubia and Moina macrocopa: A Population Growth Study by S S S Sarma and S Nandini; Chapter 9: Diel Variations in Physico-chemical Parameters an Zooplankton in High Altitude Ponds of Bhaderwah (A Himalayan Valley), Jammu and Kashmir, India by N Kumar, Y R Malhotra and S P S Dutta; Chapter 10: Aquatic Pollution Management by Bio-Remediation Technique: An Overview by A Wanganeo, S Jagdish, S Rahuvanshi and R Wanganeo; Chapter 11: Histomorphology of Testes of Some Schizothoracine Fishes (Cyprinidae: Cypriniformes) from Indust River System by B L Kaul; Chapter 12: On Three New Species of Acanthosentis Verma et Datta 1929, from Fishes of Kashmir, India by P L Kaul and M K Raina; Chapter 13: Ecological Spectrum, Seasonal and Sex-Wise Distribution, Prevalence, Parasitic Load and Abundance of Various Parasites (Trematoda: Digenea) Infecting Fishes of Jammu Province by B R Pandoh; Chapter 14: Fisheries Sector: A Gendered Perspective by Arpita Sharma; Section II: Wildlife; Chapter 15: Conservation and Future of Saltwater Crocodile, (Crocodylus porosus Schneider) in Bhitarkanika, Orissa, India by S K Kar; Chapter 16: Apoptosis During Follicular Atresia in Mammals by R K Sharma and Neeru; Chapter 17: Seasonal Fluctuations in Liposomatic and Hepatosomatic indices of the Common Wall Lizard Hemidactylus flavivirdis Ruppell (Reptilia: Gekkonidae) in Jammu by Bhavna Abrol, D N Sahi and Anil K Verma; Chapter 18: Habitat Utilisation of Large Herbivores in the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala by E A Jayson; Chapter 19: Some Observations on the Population Fluctation of Paradistomoides gregarinum (Tubangui, 1929) in Some Lizards (Reptilia: Sauria) from Jammu Province by Anil k Verma a. Bookseller Inventory # 021693

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Ecobiology of Polluted Waters

Kumar, Arvind ed

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Book Condition: New. ix+282p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, Goethe said-?Everything originated in water, and everything is sustained by water? Really with its multidimensional uses, water is one of the most precious gifts of nature without which no life could survive. The maximum part of the earth is covered with water but unfortunately we have only 3% of it in the form of freshwater, out of which 2% is in the form of glaciers and mountain ice thus only 1% of the total is on disposal for various requirements. The water is more enough if it is used and managed properly but due to our mismanagement and non-awareness, the whole world is facing teething crisis of water shortage as well as water pollution. Not only this, the waterbodies are now-a-days treated as dustbin. Man has miserably failed to realize his unabated interference in the natural recycling of essential elements, which have posed a serious threat to his own existence. The aim of this book is to provide a wide-ranging and authoritative coverage or water pollution, which is fundamental to our understanding and appreciation of the nature of aquatic environment. The book will be very much helpful for students, research scholars, Professors, scientists and policy makers in order to provide a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. Contents Chapter 1: Status of Freshwater in India: A Review by Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra; Chapter 2: Hydrochemical Studies on Suvarnamukhi Sub-basin of Arkavathi River, Bangalore District, Karnataka by H C Vajrappa and N Rajdhan Singh; Chapter 3: Prediction of Nitrate Pollution of Groundwater: A Case Study by Sarbjit Singh Sooch, Baljeet S Kapoor, Bijay Singh and N S Grewal; Chapter 4: Mining Initiatives for Placer Deposits Along the East Coast of India: A Preliminary Assessment of Possible Impact on Coastal Environment by M Jagannadha Rao, J Venkata Ramana and M Chandra Rao; Chapter 5: Influence of Thermal Stratification on Dissolved Oxygen in Subhas Sarobar, Kolkata by N R Samal, D Roy, A Mazumdar and B Bose; Chapter 6: Pollution of Drinking Water by Iron in Tribal Area of Sundargarh District, Orissa: A Guide to Community Health Workers and Non-government Organizations by P C Sahu and H K Sahoo; Chapter 7: Microbial Contamination in Drinking Water: Cause, Detection and Remedy by M K Bhutra and Ambica Soni; Chapter 8: Pollution Impact on the Hybrobiology of River Nakatia at Bareilly by Neelima Gupta, V K Verma and D K Gupta; Chapter 9: Status of Drinking Water Quality Awareness and its Impact on Student Health: A Study of Schools of Buldana District by S V Agarkar and B S Thombre; Chapter 10: Analysis and Seasonal Comparative Study of Amanishah Nallah and Neighbouring Ground Water Sources in Sanganer Town, Jaipur by Dinesh Kumar, Hari Singh, Mahavir Prasad and R V Singh; Chapter 11: A Study on Groundwater Quality in Residential Colonies of Visakhapatnam by T Usha Madhuri and B Subhashini; Chapter 12: Relation Between COD and BOD in Sewage and Groundwater Samples Around Nasik City by S P Wagh and V S Shrivastava; Chapter 13: Software Development on Groundwater Quality of Chengalpattu Environs, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu (GQS) by R Annadurai and P Kamaraj; Chapter 14: Soil and Groundwater Pollution by Agrochemicals: A Review by D S Kler, Navneet Kaur and R S Uppal; Chapter 15: Groundwater Quality Index Near Industrial Area by Deepali A Sohani, G R Chaudhary and V S Shrivastava; Chapter 16: Studies on Primary Productivity of a Wetland by O P Mandal, A K Sinha and K M P Sinha; Chapter 17: Seasonal Fluctuation of Primary Production in Bonal Reservoir, Gulbarga District, Karnataka by H Anjinappa and K Vijaykumar; Chapter 18: Study on Zooplankton Diversity in Relation to Some Hydrological Parameters in a Freshwater Pond Ecosystem by C Maruthanayagam, S Radja Piragache and C Senthil Kumar; Chapter 19: Water Quality Profile of Man-khad Stream in Outer Himalayas by Er Moti Ram Sharma; Chapter 2. Bookseller Inventory # 021778

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Mind: A Quarterly Review of Psychology & Philosophy, Vol. LXXIX. No. 313

Ryle, Gilbert (ed)

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Item Description: Basil Blackwell, 1970. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. CONTENTS: FRED SOMMERS: The Calculus of Terms; R J & SUSAN HAACK: Token-Sentences, Translation & Truth-Value; H G HUBBERLING: The Logic of Criteria in Ethics & Philosophy of Religion; R REKHA VERMA: Vagueness & The Principle of Excluded Middle; DANIEL M TAYLOR: The Logical Privacy of Pains; SARAH WATERLOW: Affecting & Being Affected; DISCUSSION NOTES: CARL R KORDIG: On the Tenability of Liberalism; C V BORST: Perception & Intentionality; R L STURCH: Moral Non-Dogmatism; JEANNE WACKER: Mr Kaufman on Intentions & Causes; PAUL J DIETL: On Punishing Attempts; D C EMMONS: The Retributive Criterion for Justice; L J RUSSELL; If &; E J FURLONG: MR Urmson on Memory & Imagination; CHARLES DANIELS: Hare on the Meaning of "Good"; JOYCE TREBILCOT: Dr Kenny's Perceptions; RICHARD SMYTH: A Note on "The Space-Time World"; NEW BOOKS: T R MILES: The Senses Considered as Perceptual Systems, by James J Gibson; ELIZABETH TELFER: The Concept of Philosophy, by R S Newell; W CHARLTON: The Philosophy of Socrates, by Norman Gulley; P M S HACKER: The Political Thought of John Locke - An Historical Account of the Argument of the 'Two Treatises of Government', by John Dunn; John Locke; Problems & Perception - A collection of New Essays, ed. by J W Yolton; Gwynneth Matthews: Analytic Philosophy of Knowledge, by Arthur C Danto; A C EWING: Reason, Truth & God, by Renford Bambrough. 160pp. Bookseller Inventory # 008641

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Industrial Pollution: Problems and Solutions

Kumar, Arvind ed

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Book Condition: New. x+395p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The storm of modernization and industrialization has not only uprooted man but has also destroyed his habitat and environment too. The increase in discharge of carbon dioxide and other pollutants from various industries is as sharp as decrease in release of oxygen by plants as a result of which the bioequilibrium maintained since time immemorial has been affected. So, industrial pollution has become a great threat for the generations to com. So, it is the prime duty of we scientists to explore the quantum of pollution load as well as to device certain strategies and technologies so that our sustainable development would not be jeopardized otherwise our long cherished dream of establishing eco-socialism on this watery planet could not come true. The present book entitled ?Industrial Pollution: Problems and Solutions? is an unique collection of advanced research papers of eminent environmental scientists which will be very helpful for students, research scholars, professors, scientists and policy makers for assessment of industrial pollution load and to devise the know-how by white it can be solved. Contents Chapter 1: Mining Industry and the Environment: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Some Ecofriendly Approaches for Integrated Biomanagement of Industrial Wastewater by Manish C Verma, Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra; Chapter 3: Haryana Primary Mode of Fly-ash toxicity in the Photoautotrophic Micro-organism Anabaena doliolum by Namita Singh and D P Singh; Chapter 4: Performance Evaluation of Paper Mill Effluent in a Granular Bed Uasbr by K Kavitha and A G Murugesan; Chapter 5: Environment Management of Distillery Industrial Waste Waters by M Baskar, K G Kandaswamy, K Kavindran and M ShiekDawo; Chapter 6: Environment-friendly Design of Thermal Power Plant Chimneys by Debojyoti Mitra and Asisa Mazumdar; Chapter 7: Impact of Textile Waste Water on Raphanus sativus Var Pusa Reshmi: A Pot Experiment with Special Emphasis on Analysis of Heavy Metals by Richa Marwari, T I Khan and H S Sharma; Chapter 8: Laboratory Study on Toxicity of Fly-ash to Earthworms by Dharitri Mahakur, Sunanda Sahoo, Madhumita Mishra, A K Dash and P C Mishra; Chapter 9: Assessment of Water Quality of Vrishbhavathi Stream Loaded with Factory Effluents and Sewage by S R Ambika and P C Shreedharan; Chapter 10: Eco-toxicological Effects Caused by SWE of a Chlor-alkali Industry on the Biological Nitrogen Economy of Crop Fields by P K Pradhan, Alaka Sahu and A K Panigrahi; Chapter 11: Impact of Treated Tannery Effluent of Growth and some Biochemical Characteristics of Acacia Mangium Willd by V Mariappan; Chapter 12: Environmental Impact of Fly-ash And Other Coal Combustion Residues by M Baskar, A Solaimalai and K Subbu Ramu; Chapter 13: Revegetation of Ash Ponds of Thermal Power Plants Industrial Pollution: Problems and Solutions by M Baskar, A Solaimalai and K Subbu Ramu; Chapter 14: A Study on Biochemical Changes in Liver due to Sugarmill Effluent in Freshwater Fish Cirrhinus mrigala by K Shanthi, Dr N Saradhamani and J Smitha; Chapter 15: Retention of Bases in Tannery Effluent Leachate Run through Amendments Incorporated Soil Column by K Thirunavukarasu and A Christopher Lourduraj; Chapter 16: Impact of Skims Effluent on the Water Quality of Anchar Lake, Kashmir by Ad Qayoom Mir, G C Pandey and S G Sarwar; Chapter 17: Assessing the Overall Environmental Impacts of Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Project at Singrauli by Rakesh Kumar Pandey; Chapter 18: Studies of the Assessment and Impact of Industrial Effluents of Sanganer Town of Jaipur City on the Quality of Soil and Water by Shalini Kulshreshta, Samiksha Chaturvedi, Saurabh Dave, S S Dhindsa & R V Singh; Chapter 19: Effects of Distillery Effluent on the NPK Contents of Vigna Mungo (L) Hepper and Physico-Chemical Properties of Soil by A Pragasam and B Kannabiran; Chapter 20: Impact of Environment on the Profitability of Dairy Farming by K Rajagopal Reddy and R Ma. Bookseller Inventory # 021896

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Puratattva : Bulletin of the Indian Archaeological Society, Vol. 6. 1972-73

Edited by S.P. Gupta

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ISBN 10: 8124602824 ISBN 13: 9788124602829

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Item Description: D K Printworld, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Obituary. List of members. Articles: 1. The role of theory in the study of archaeology in India/S.C. Malik. 2. The 'cemetery H' culture/H.D. Sankalia. 3. Gulf of Oman : original home of the Indian Megaliths, a reappraisal/K.S. Ramachandran. 4. Concept of urban revolution and the Indian context/Dilip K. Chakrabarti. Comments: i. N.R. Banerjee. ii. Krishna Deva. iii. A. Ghosh. iv. B.K. Thapar. v. M.C. Joshi. 1. Genesis of Harappa culture/D.P. Agrawal. 2. A model for understanding the first urbanization in India/S.P. Gupta. Notes and news: 1. A note on the recent excavations at Piprahwa district Basti (U.P.)/K.M. Srivastava. 2. Inscribed Harappan potsherds from Chandigarh/B.M. Pande. 3. Ornithology in protohistoric archaeology of India/V.V. Rao. 4. A socio-economic note on tribes and peasants/R.P. Sharma. 5. A note on the influence of raw material on blank-detaching techniques/Vidula Jayaswal. 6. Some rare antiquities from recent excavations in Bihar/B.P. Sinha. 7. A stylized human-faced mask from a Megalithic burial/Nirmal Chandra Ghosh. 8. A note on the stucco figure of Jambhala from Amaravati in Andhra Pradesh/K. Krishnamurthy. 9. An Armenian cemetery of Hyderabad/Mohd. Abdul Waheed Khan. 10. Highlights of the international symposium on radiocarbon and Indian archaeology--1972/editors. 11. New evidence of Hinayana Buddhism in Vidarbha/S.B. Deo. 12. Sabz-Burz : an early Mughal Tomb/M.C. Joshi. 13. A terracotta medallion from Shahabad, district Hardoi, U.P./Jagdish Gupta. Comments/M.C. Joshi. Book reviews: 1. O.P. Verma, The Yadavas and their times/A.B.C. 2. H.D. Sankalia, Some aspects of prehistoric technology in India/S.P.G. 3. B.K. Gururaja Rao, The Megalithic culture in South India/K.S. Ramachandran. 4. S.C. Malik (Ed.), Indian civilization : the first phase/A participant. 5. G.N. Pant, Studies in weapons and warfare/K.N. Dikshit. 6. M.D. Khare, Bagh ki Guphayen/V.P. Dwivedi. 7. B.M. Pande and K.S. Ramachandran, Bibliography of the Harappan culture/Dilip K. Chakrabarti. 8. Shashi Kant, The Hathigumpha inscription of Kharavela and the Bhabru edit of Asoka--a critical study/Krishna Deva. 9. R.K. Verma, Bharatiya pragitihasa/S.P.G. 10. T.P. Verma, The palaeography of Brahmi script in North India/Brahmadatta. 11. B.M. Bose et al (Ed.), A concise history of science in India/K.N. Dikshit. 12. Omi Manchanda, A study of the Harappan pottery/K.N. Dikshit. Readings in Indian archaeology: 1. Trade mechanisms in India-Mesopotamian interrelations/C.C. Lamberg-Karlovsky. Press cuttings: 1. 2.5 million-year-old human skull found/Richard Leakey. Bookseller Inventory # 55054

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Puratattva : Bulletin of the Indian Archaeological Society : Vol: 18: 1987-88

S P Gupta

Published by D K Printworld, New Delhi (2005)

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Item Description: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Articles 1. Bio stratigraphy of the Central Narmada Valley with special reference to Hexaprotodon Spp./Salahuddin. 2. The archaeological background and iron sample from Hatigra/N.C. Ghosh A.K. Nag and P.K. Chattopadhyay. 3. Khairadih a chalcolithic settlement/Birendra Pratap Singh. 4. Population distribution and its movement during the second and first millennium B.C. in the Indo gangetic divide and upper ganga plain/Makkhan Lal. 5. Land use pattern during Chalcolithic period in the Tapi Basin/Vasant Shinde. 6. Human skeletal remains from Megalithic Vidarbha/S.R. Walimbe. 7. An attempt towards the interpretation of rock paintings at Kethavaram Karnool District Andhra Pradesh/N. Chandra Mouli. 8. Protohistoric investigations in the Central Pennar Basin Cuddapah District Andhra Pradesh/P.C. Venkata Subbaiah. 9. Numismatics and archaeology/P.L. Gupta. 10. A note on Pindibandha an ancient dance form/Anupa Pande. 11. Credit and mortgage documents in the Lekhapaddhati/Pushpa Prasad. 12. Mahamrityunjaya in art/A. Gurumurthi. 13. Sculptural art in Payar temple/B.L. Malla. 14. Iron at Ahar a comment/Makkhan Lal. 15. Indian archaeology a review guide to excavated sites 1953 54 through 1984 85/G.L. Possehl. Book reviews 1. H.C. Bhardwaj (Ed). Archaeometry of Glass/V.D. Gogate. 2. M.S. Randhawa paintings of the Baburnama/S.P. Verma. 3. K. Krishnamurty iconography of Buddhist deity Heruka/Amarendra Nath. 4. M.K. Dhavalikar H.D. Sankalia and Z.D. Ansari excavations at Inamgaon/K.N. Dikshit. 189 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 55067

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Plant Disease Management for Sustainable Agriculture

Ahamad, Shahid ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2009)

ISBN 10: 8170355699 ISBN 13: 9788170355694

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2009. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xvi+373p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The rapid change in the agro-ecosystem leaves a snag in the establishment of harmonny the discard of the disturb pesticides, fertilizers, and synthetic plant growth regulators. The long term effect were overlooked hence, boom of one time become bane for the ecosystem degradation. At the present context, it has become indispensable to look for sustainable crop protection management approaches for disease management and the present book is an effort to this direction. The diseases of economic importance caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses and virus like organisms of each crop are covered, describing their history, distribution, losses incurred, symptoms, latest diagnostic tools, epidemiology and integrated applied management approaches including cultural, chemical, genetic resources, use of biocontrol agents being adopted world-wide. The layout of each chapter includes a brief introduction and pathogen-wise description of the diseases. Some chapters are vividly illustrated with photographs of typical symptoms, graphs, tables and line drawing to make the subject more interesting and easy to understand for students, Scientists, Planners, Administrators, Growers and other end users with latest pertinent The book contains recent information on IDM, Concepts and Practices in Integrated Plant Diseases Management, Biological Control, Emerging and Threatening Diseases of Plants: Detection, Diagnosis and Management, Diseases of Saffaron and its Management, Fungal Diseases of Zeera and its Management, Black Sigatoka: A Threatening Diseases of Banana, Diseases A Walnut and their Management, Fruit Rot of Eggplant and their Management, Die-back of Chill and its Management, Fungal and Viral Diseases of Gladiols and their Management, Fungal Diseases of Stone Fruit and their Management, Guava Wilt Complex and its Management, Potential Entomopathogenic and Antagonistic Fungi; Fungal Diseases of Apple, IDM on Maize, IDM on Pulses, IDM on Rapeseed- mustard, Diseases of Minor Millets and their Management, Bean Anthracnose and its Management, Biopesticides, PGPR in Crop Plants Against Pests and Diseases. Contents Chapter 1: Concepts and Practices in Integrated Plant Diseases Management by Atul Kumar, H C Lal, Jameel Akhtar, and H S Chaube; Chapter 2: Emerging and Threatening Diseases of Plants: Detection, Diagnosis and their Management by B N Reddy and C R Raghavender; Chapter 3: Prospects of Biocontrol Agents in Plant Disease Management by H C Lal, J P Upadhyay, Atul Kumar and Jameel Akhtar; Chapter 4: Corm Rot Diseases of Saffron (Crocus sativus L) and its Management by M Azam Wani, T K Kotha and Mushtaq Ahmad; Chapter 5: Fungal Diseases of Zeera [Bunium persicum (Boriss) Fedtsch] and their Management by T K Kotha, M Azam Wani and Mushtaq Ahmad; Chapter 6: Black Sigatoka: A Threatening Disease of Banana by A Naseema and V K Girija; Chapter 7: Challenges in Tackling New Emerging Diseases of Maize by Meena Shekhar, Ram Dutta and Sangit Kumar; Chapter 8: Integrated Disease Management on Rapeseed-Mustard by Shahid Ahamad, Pratibha Sharma and Brajesh Kumar; Chapter 9: Fungal Diseases of Apple and their Management by Gupta and P K Sharma; Chapter 10: Diseases of Walnut and their Management by J N Srivastava, P K Sharma, A Mishra and Shahid Ahamad; Chapter 11: Occurrence and Management of Die-Back in Chillies: An Overview by Jameel Akhtar, H C Lal and Atul Kumar; Chapter 12: Diseases of Saffron by P K Sharma, A Vaid, J N Srivastava, D Gupta and Shahid Ahamad; Chapter 13: Fruit-rot of Eggplant: A Threatening Disease by Jameel Akhtar, Abdul Khalid and H S Chaube; Chapter 14: Fungal and Viral Diseases of Gladiols by Kumud Jarial, Dharmesh Gupta, P K Sharma and U R Sangle; Chapter 15: Fungal Diseases of Stone Fruits and their Management by D Gupta, P K Sharma and Kumad Verma; Chapter 16: Banded Leaf and Sheath Blight of Maize Incited by Rhizoctonia solani f sp sasakii and its Management by Ashraf Ali Khan and. Bookseller Inventory # 021865

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Diseases of Horticultural Crops : Vegetables Ornamentals and Mushrooms

L.R. Verma & R.C. Sharma (ed)

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Item Description: Indus, India. Hardbound. Book Condition: New. Contents: Preface. I. Vegetables: 1. Fungal diseases of potato/B.P. Singh and Vinayak Hegde. 2. Bacterial diseases of potato in India/G.S. Shekhawat,A.V. Gadewar and S.K. Chakrabarti. 3. Virus and Virus-like diseases of potato and their control/S.M. Paul Khurana. 4. Fungal and bacterial diseases of tomato/K.R. Shyam and S.K. Gupta. 5. Viruses infecting tomato and their management/S.C. Chowfla, P.K. Sharma and P.D. Thakur. 6. Fungal and bacterial diseases of crucifers/K.S. Kapoor. 7. Fungal and bacterial diseases of cucurbits/Bineeta Sen, Shahana Majumder and Sanjeev Kumar. 8. Viral diseases of cucurbitaceous crops and their management/S.S. Cheema, S.S. Kang and R.D. Bansal. 9. Pea diseases and their management/A.S. Kapoor and A. Singh. 10. Fungal and bacterial diseases of beans/S.K. Gupta and K. A. Mathew. 11. Virus diseases of French bean/S.C. Chowfla, Dharmesh Gupta and Anil Handa. 12. Fungal diseases of onion and Garlic in India/R.C. Sharma and Sanjeev Sharma. 13. Bacterial and fungal diseases of chillies and bell pepper/Satish K. Sharma. 14. Virus diseases of chillies and Okra/ O.P. Sharma and P.N. Sharma. 15. Diseases of spice crops/N.P. Dohroo, N.K. Bharat and S. Nayar. 16. Important diseases of exotic vegetables/Poonam Sinha, P.N. Shrivastava and R.K. Jain. II. Ornamentals: 17. Fungal and bacterial diseases of Bulbous ornamentals/Sunita S. Chandel. 18. Diseases of annual ornamentals/Y.S. Paul and S. Dhancholia. 19. Fungal and bacterial diseases of shrub ornamentals/Sunita S. Chandel and L.R. Verma. 20. Fungal and bacterial diseases of ornamental climbers and trees/A.K. Bookseller Inventory # 425

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Pollution and Biodiversity: Biosocial Aspects

Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2009)

ISBN 10: 8170355923 ISBN 13: 9788170355922

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2009. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+439p., col. plts., figs., tabls., 25 cm, Environmental regulatory agencies in certain states are authorized to ban the production, sale, use of certain chemicals disposal of certain wastes, or the use of certain production processes or waste management practices. Similarly mandatory banning or reduction of toxic substances has been proposed for implementation in some states. Policymakers could also lower concentration thresholds for allowable emissions and effluents of specific pollutants. Lowering concentration thresholds might reduce the cost of pollution prevention relative to generating and treating the waste to acceptable levels. Care must be taken, however, to ensure that facilities are not diluting the waste to achieve the new threshold or shifting it to another medium. This book is a pioneering attempt in the field of Biosocial Environment. It will be highly useful to students of Environmental Sociology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Economics and also to Biological Science students, researchers and teachers. Contents Chapter 1: An Analysis of Indian Biodiversity and Conservation Measures by I. Sundar, R. Mohanraj and Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Industrial Effluent Treatment with Flyash: A Study of Durg District (Chhattisgarh) by Parminder Kaur; Chapter 3: Role of Bhoj Wetland Project in the Conservation and Management of Upper Lake, Bhopal by Avinash Bajpai, S.M. Misra and Neelam Verma; Chapter 4: Assessment of Quality Characteristics of Twin Lakes, Bhopal with Reference to Aeration Units by Neelam Verma, Bimlesh Kumar and Avinash Bajpai; Chapter 5: Biological Pollution Abatement of Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Using Pseudomonas sp. by Sk Masud Hossain; Chapter 6: Effect of Some Pesticides Activity in Soil Under Cultivation of Cucumis melo L. by M. Venkateshwarlu; Chapter 7: Epidemological Profile of Fluoride Occurrence with Severity of Dental Fluorosis in the Rural Areas of Bettiah District (Bihar) by Arbind Kumar and Rajesh Verma; Chapter 8: Observations on the Effects of the Detergent Rin on the Frog Raila cyanophlyctis Schneider (Amphibia : Anura) by K. Bala Jagannadha Rao and B. Kishore; Chapter 9: Growth and Yield Responses of Capsicum annum L. to Distillery Effluent Irrigation by Piyush Malaviya, Rajbir Kour and Neeru Sharma; Chapter 10: Study of Zooplanktons Population in Freshwater Resources with Respect to Human Activities by S.S. Kharade and M.B. Mule; Chapter 11: Sublethal Effect of Neem Derivative on the Larval Development of Aedes aegypti by R.S. Mohanraj and B. Dhanakkodi; Chapter 12: An Anionic Detergent ?Nirma? Induced Haematological Changes in a Freshwater Catfish, Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch) by Priti Pathak, D.K. Srivastava and A.K. Srivastava; Chapter 13: Seasonal Distribution and Community Structure of Edaphic Collembolans in Homegarden and Secondary Successional Soil in Subtropical Humid Climate of Barak Valley (NE, India) by Ranabijoy Gope, D.C. Ray and A.K. Hazra; Chapter 14: Studies of Artemisia annua Chemicals Effect in Plants by Rabin Chandra Paramanik, B.K. Chikkaswamy, M.P. Prasad and M. Shivashankar; Chapter 15: Effect of Physico-chemical Parameters on Earthworm Abundance: A Quantitative Approach by N. Karmegam and Thilagavathy Daniel; Chapter 16: Manifestation of Physiological and Biochemical Variations in Rice Cultivars Under Effluent Irrigation during Early Emergence by G. Panduranga Murthy, G. Chidananda Murthy and Shivalingaiah; Chapter 17: Assessment of Drought in Jayamangali Sub-Basin, Karnataka by J.M. Neelakantarama and H.C. Vajrappa; Chapter 18: A Systematic Account of the Diatoms from Amaravati Dam of Dhule District, Maharashtra by S.N. Nandan, K.D. Mahajan, N.V. Patil, and M.D. Pawar; Chapter 19: Prevalence and Intensity of Helminth Infection in the Pond Fish of Vizianagaram Tank, Andhra Pradesh by T.C. Diana and K. Sreeramulu; Chapter 20: Sugarcane Disease Scenario in Different Factory Zones of Orissa by M.K. Mishra; Chapter 21: Studies on Estima. Bookseller Inventory # 021813

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Biodiversity of Forest Types (A Community Forestry Approach)

R. Bawa (ed)

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Item Description: BSMPS, India. Hardbound. Book Condition: New. Contents: Foreword. 1. Forest diversity versus biodiversity conservation/J.B. Lal. 2. Role of biodiversity in community forestry development/A.N. Chaturvedi. 3. Conserving biodiversity through promotion of market-linked multipurpose tree species/N.G. Hegde. 4. Women and forest resources/K.K. Lakshmanan. 5. Fuelwood energy consumption in UP Himalayas vis-a-vis wasteland plantation with multipurpose tree species/G.C.S. Negi. 6. Biodiversity conservation vis-a-vis silvicultural techniques/D.R. Bhardwaj and N.K. Gupta. 7. Role of multipurpose tree species in social forestry/N. G. Hegde. 8. Conserving seabuckthorn biodiversity in cold deserts/L.R. Verma, H.P. Sankhyan and R. Bawa. 9. Biodiversity of vegetational complex in arid regions of India/L.N. Harsh and J.C. Tiwari. 10. Floristic diversity in Meghalaya/S. Gupta and A.B. Bhatt. 11. Need to conserve biodiversity in Western Himalayas/C.V. Saraswat and V. Thakur. 12. Biological diversity in Indian Arid Zone tree species/M. Singh and K.R. Solanki . 13. Community forestry and biodiversity--The Punjab experience/A.S. Dogra. 14. Conserving biodiversity of medicinal and aromatic plants in Himalayan region/N.S. Chauhan. 15. Biodiversity and gene conservation of Acacia catechu willd/K.C. Chauhan, K. Mahapatra and R. Bawa. 16. Phenotypic variations in natural populations of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb/K.S. Bangarva and V.P. Singh 17. Utilizing biodiversity in Leucaena Leucaena Leucaena Leucocephala for improving biomass production/P.S. Pathak and V.K.Gupta. 18. Bamboos for community forestry programme/P. Shanmughavel. 19. Bookseller Inventory # 1372

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Floristic Diversity and Conservation Strategies in India Vol. III: In the Context of States and Union Territories

V. Mudgal & P.K. Hajra (ed)

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Item Description: BSI. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Lakshadweep/P. Bhargavan and V.J. Nair. 2. Madhya Pradesh/D.M.Verma and V. Mudgal. 3. Maharashtra/S. Karthikeyan, N.P. Singh and P.L. Narsimhan. 4. Manipur/A.S. Chauhan. 5. Meghalaya/K. Haridasan. 6. Mizoram/ K.P. Singh. 7. Nagaland/T.M. Hynniewta. 8. Orissa/A.K. Sahoo, D.D. Bahali and H.S. Mohapatra. 9. Pondicherry/R. Rajan and P. Venu. 10. Punjab/ Paramjit Singh. 11. Rajasthan/V. Singh and R.P. Pandey. 12. Sikkim/ Paramjit Singh and A.S. Chauhan. 13. Tamil Nadu/V. Chithra and V.J. Nair. 14. Tripura/D.B. Deb. 15. Uttar Pradesh/B.P. Uniyal, K.K. Khanna and Bipin Balodi. 16. West Bengal/R.K. Chakraverty, R.C. Srivastava, S. Mitra, Subhajit Bandyopadhyay and Subir Bandyopadhyay. From the Foreword: " The first volume in this series has already been published which contains valuable information on different recognised groups of non-flowering plants and Gymnosperms. "Volume II and III are devoted to the Biodiversity of flowering plants occurring in different Phytogeographical regions of India. These volumes capture the enormous floristic diversity, their utility and status. Numerous illustrations and coloured pictures have been added to enhance the scientific utility of the volumes." 1067-1621. Bookseller Inventory # 4061

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Microbial Biotechnology for Sustainable Development and Productivity

R.C. Rajak (ed)

Published by Scientific (2000)

ISBN 10: 8172332254 ISBN 13: 9788172332259

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Item Description: Scientific, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Part Contents: Preface. Prof. Suresh K. Hasija--a biographic sketch. I. Agricultural biotechnology: 1. Bioinoculants for sustainable agriculture : recent status and constraints/C. Shekhar Nautiyal. 2. Mycorrhizal tailoring response of Himalayan conifers to specific ectomycorrhizae/Lal Singh, Anand Sagar and T.N. Lakhanpal. 3. Microbial-biotechnology : new- paradigms and role in sustainable agriculture/Ajit Verma, Mahendra K. Rai, Sudha and Nirmal Sahay. 4. Aspects and prospects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi/C. Manoharachary. 5. Arbuscular mycorrhizas in sustainable agriculture/D.J. Bagyaraj and B.J.D. Reddy. 6. Sustainable agriculture : role of VAM technology/Sudhir Chandra and Harbans Kaur Kehri. 7. Recent advances in mycorrhizal taxonomy : morphological and molecular criteria/ Kamal Prasad and R.C. Rajak. 8. Microbial biotechnology and sustainable development opportunities in fungal biocontrol agents/George G. Khachatourians. 9. Spray and granular formulations of bioherbicides/ William J. Connick, Jr. and Donald J. Daigle. 10. Role of microbial bioherbicides in biological control of weeds in forestry/Raj Prasad. 11. Herbicidal potential of microorganisms : present status and future prospects/A.K. Pandey. 12. Biopesticides : sustainable approach to modern agriculture in 21st century/P.S. Mendki, V.L. Maheshwari and R.M. Kothari. 13. Microbial chitinases and their potential in plant disease control/N.N. Nawani and B.P. Kapadnis. 14. Mushrooms : an item of food delicacy or health conditioner/Somasundaram Rajarathnam, Zakia Bano and Nanjarajurs M. 433 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 4023

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Ecology and Ethology of Aquatic Biota in 2 Vols

Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2002)

ISBN 10: 8170352916 ISBN 13: 9788170352914

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xxxvi+911p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, Man has been playing a key role in shaping the environment with most of his activities directed towards its overall degradation. The aquatic ecosystems, which remained balanced and unaffected till the early days of civilization, get rapidly deteriorated due to population explosion, unmindful disposal of sewage and mushroom growth of industries. Billions of gallons of waste water from cities, housing settlements, industries and agricultural fields are thrown into watercourses everyday. Consequently, the ecology of water and ethology of biota existing therein have been greatly threatened. So, in order to focus the importance of ecology and ethology of aquatic biota, the present book has been brought out. The present book is a unique compilation of 90 articles contributed by eminent authors with different backgrounds, which will act as a key-board in opening new vista in the field of aquatic environment. With its application oriented and interdisciplinary approach, the book would be immensely useful to everyone dealing with aquatic environment, such as University teachers, environmental scientists, academicians, technocrats, politicians, researchers and post graduate students. Contents Volume 1; Chapter 1: Ecobiodiversity of aquatic biota in certain freshwater ecosystems of santal pargana (Jharkhand), India by Arvind Kumar & H P Gupta; Chapter 2: Energy cost of melamorphosis in the tadpoles of microhyla ornata (Anura: Amphibia) by Charulata Dei & M C Dash; Chapter 3: On some aspects of ecobiology of common fishes of the polluted river damodar in West Bengal (India) by B K Biswas & S K Konar; Chapter 4: Role of macrofauna in energy partioning and nutrient recycling in a tidal creek of sundarbans mangrove forest, India by P B Ghosh; Chapter 5: Aquaculture in inland saline waters in India: Present status and future possibilities by C Saha, B C Mohapatra & B K Sahu; Chapter 6: Role of nutrients on phytoplankton diversity in the north east coast of the bay of Bengal by Kakoli Banerjee, Abhijit Mitra, D P Bhattacharyya & Amalesh Choudhury; Chapter 7: Effect of antifouling coatings on aquatic biota: An overview by V Wilsanand & R Paulmurugan; Chapter 8: Dynamics of sediment characteristics and benthic fauna in modifies extensive shrimp culture system by S K Das & D N Saksena; Chapter 9: Role of ecotoxicological research to the protection of our aquatic environment by Bidhan C Patra; Chapter 10: Ecotechnology for limnological profile of Kawar Lake with special reference to biogeochemical cycles by Arvind Kumar, Chandan Bohra & A K Singh; Chapter 11: Status of aquatic bodies in warangal: Their protection and conservation by K Vijayapal Reddy, Y Kalyani, M Rayappa, G Satyanarayana, B Suvarna, K Prameela & M A Singara Charya; Chapter 12: Pesticides and its impact on aquatic ecosystems by R K Srivastava & Smita Vidyarthi; Chapter 13: Impact of pesticides on algae: A review by Dr J P Verma; Chapter 14: Evaluation on growth, survival and carcass composition of osteobrama belangeri (Val) fed with different non-conventional pelleted feeds by W Jayadeve & W Vishwanath; Chapter 15: Study on water quality of cattle and pig manure fed fish pond by N K Verma, A K Singh, R Yadav & R K Jha; Chapter 16: Density, biomass and microdistribution of a caddisfly larva (Lepidostoma spp) in deciduous forest stream of alagar hill (Eastern ghats) South India; Chapter 17: Relationship between temperature and assimilation efficiency of aquatic insects: An overview by N Krishnana and N Arun Nagendran; Chapter 18: Effects of some ichthyotoxic plants on freshwater hillstream fishes of mid-central Himalayan region by Yogambar Singh Farswan; Chapter 19: Microbial bioremediation of environmental problems by S Srivastava, R S Upadhyay, A Kumar and B V Pandey; Chapter 20: Distribution ecology of protozoa in relation to water quality in river cauvery, Karnataka, India by J Narayana and R K Somashekar; Chapter 21: Asplanchna induced p. Bookseller Inventory # 021805

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Early Harappans and Indus Sarasvati Civilization, 2 vols.

Sharma, D P and Madhuri Sharma (ed)

Published by Kaveri Book Service, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8174790721 ISBN 13: 9788174790729

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Item Description: Kaveri Book Service, New Delhi, 2006. Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. According to a scholar the Harappan Civilization is the gift of two rivers - the Indus and Sarasvati whose tributaries had played a dominant and decisive role in the origin of this bronze civilization. As of now around 2668 Harappan and its associated sites have been reported, of which 1068 sites are located in the dried-up bank of the Sarasvati river. The Sarasvati was a mighty river between ca. 5000 and 1800 B.C. Around ca. 1800 B.C., due to neo-tectonic movements in the Himalayas, the river started drying up. It flowed down from the Himalayas to Adi Badri towards Desalpur in Gujarat. This work is a collection of forty research papers contributed by the noted scholars and historians from India and abroad. Volume-I contains nineteen papers which includes introduction, the origin of Harappan, and Early Harappan village chalcolithic cultures. Volume-II covers on Indus Sarasvati Civilization and includes twenty-one papers on the Mature Indus Sarasvati Civilization which contain controversial and clashing views. Available archaeological evidences suggest the Atharvavedic and Mature Harappan were contemporary and they had contacts with each other. The Atharvavedic people were the authors of the copper hoard culture. The nomenclature, either of Harappan, Indus or Indus Sarasvati civilization hardly matters as the meaning of these are the same. This has been confirmed on the basis of the available archaeological evidences. Bound in two volumes, the papers with notes, references and bibliography are well illustrated and grouped in three parts, i.e., Introduction; Early Harappans; and Indus-Sarasvati Controversies. Contents: Volume.I: Part-I: Introduction: (1) Harappan Civilization/ D P Sharma; (2) South Asian Archaeology: Some Issues/ D P Agrawal; Part-II: Early Harappans: (3) New Discoveries Point to a Southern Origin: Gulf of Cambay/ David Frawley & Navratna Rajaram; (4) World?s Oldest Lost Civilization Found in South Asia/ Raj Chengapa; (5) Early Neolithic Settlement in Bannu, Pakistan/ J R Knox, Farid Khan & K D Thomas; (6) Sheri Khan Tarakai: Excavation in Bannu District, N W F P/ J R Knox, Farid Khan & K D Thomas; (7) Origin of the Harappan Civilization/ D P Sharma; (8) Origin of Harappan Civilization and Mehrgarh Excavations/ Jean Francois Jarrige; (9) Earliest Agriculture in the Kachi Plain (Mehrgarh)/ Lorenzo Costantini; (10) Early Harappan Remains, Pottery and Artifacts at Nausharo/ Anaick Samzun; (11) Early Harappan Ceramics/ D P Sharma; (12) Petrographic Analysis of Early Harappan Ceramics of South Asia (ca. 3500-2700 B.C.)/ Graham M Chandler; (13) Padri: The Early Harappan Site in Gujarat/ Vasant Shinde; (14) Early Harappans in Gujarat/ Abhijit Majumdar; (15) Ochre Coloured Ceramics and the Early and Mature Harappans/ R C Gaur; (16) 5th-4th Millennium Dating Rigveda Culture/ Shivaji Singh; (17) Indo-European Homeland: An Indian Perspective/ D N Tripathi; (18) Dhalewan Early-Mature Harappan Excavated Site in Punjab (India)/ Madhubala & Vishnu Kant; (19) Transformation of the Harappan Civilization/ G L Possehl; Volume 2: Part-III: Indus-Sarasvati Controversies: (20) Indus and Sarasvati in History, Geology and Archaeology/ S P Gupta; (21) Archaeology of Sarasvati/ B B Lal; (22) Origins of the Indus-Sarasvati Civilization/ S P Gupta; (23) Harappans and Rigveda/ R S Bisht; (24) Harappan: Vedic Civilization/ Suman Pandya; (25) The Harappans, Sarasvati and Rigveda/ T P Verma; (26) Rigvedic and Harappan Connections/ Shivaji Singh; (27) The Mahabharat for Harappan Civilization/ S P Gupta; (28) Sarasvati and Harappan Archaeology/ Vedagya Arya; (29) Vedic Harappans/ N S Rajaram; (30) Archaeology Cannot ?Prove? the Vedas/ Nayanjot Lahiri & Upender Singh; (31) Rational Approach to the Rigveda and Indus Civilization/ Malati J Shende; (32) Indus Seals and Atharvaveda/ P V Pathak; (33) Notes on Flora and Fauna in the Rigveda/ B B Lal; (34) Technology Transfer in 4th Millennium B.C. in Bannu Basin/ K D Thomas, J R Knox and Farid Khan; Bookseller Inventory # 036314

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Global Advances in Tea Science

N.K. Jain (ed)

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Item Description: Aravali, India. Book Condition: New. Contents: I. Impact of Science & Technology on National & Regional Status of Tea Industry: Asia: 1. Profile of Tea Industry in Bangladesh/A.F.M. Badrul Alam. 2. China's Tea Industry : an overview/D.M. Etherington & K. Forster. 3. Tea Industry in India/P.C. Bora & A. Deka. 4. Tea Industry in Indonesia/M.S. Arifin & H. Semangun. 5. Tea Plantation and Industry in Iran/S.J. Hosseini. 6. Tea in Japan/S. Kodomari & Y. Hara. 7. Sri Lankan Tea Industry/Nalini C. Gnanaprragasam. 8. Present status of Tea Industry in Taiwan/I. Ming Juan & Mu Lien Lin. 9. Tea production in Thailand/U. Noppakoonwong & S. Nillavesana. 10. Tea Industry in Turkey/Hamit Vanli. Africa: 11. Tea Industry in Central and : Malawi Mozambique South Africa Zambia Zimbabwe/A.M. Whittle. 12. Tea in East Africa Kenya Uganda and Tanzania/P.O. Owuor. Australia: 13. Tea growing Industry in Australia/Dick Steel. Europe: 14. Tea in Russian subtropics/I.A. Kravtsov M.T. Tuov & V.V. Vorontsov. South America: 15. Tea Industry in Argentina/A.F. Cirelli. II. Transfer of Technology and Information: 1. Information activities in Tea Industry/Chiu Kuan Hao. 2. Transfer of technology to corporate sector Tea Plantations in N.E. India/Jogot Chakravartee. 3. Extension services for small tea growers of South India/V.G. Dhana Kumar & S. Ramu. 4. Technology transfer to smallholders of Kenya Tea Development Authority/Z.K. M'Imwere. 5. Scientific support to smallholder tea growers of Indonesia/Z.S. Wibowo & A. Dharmadi. III. Economic Aspects of World Tea Industry : Impact of Science & Technology: Economic Concerns: 1. Impact of global advances in tea science & technology on economic parameters of Tea Industry/N.K. Jain. 2. Consumer research in tea/C.V. Natraj Vani K.N. Iyer and K. Raju. 3. Tea auctions as a unique global system/P.K. Sen. Worker Productivity: 4. Time & motion studies on tea plucking in North East India/N.S. Venkatakrishnan & A. Sarkar. 5. Malaria on worker efficiency in Tea Estates in Assam India/V.P. Sharma B.N. Nagpal A. Srivastava & N.L. Kalra. Human Health: 6. Pharmacological functions of tea/Chen Zongmao. 7. Tea as anti carcinogenic agent/M. Siddiqi & S. Das. 8. Pesticide residues in tea/T.C. Choudhuri. 9. European Union hormonisation of maximum residence limits for pesticides in tea/P.D. Collier. IV. Pre Harvest Tea Operations: Botany: 1. Origin and history of development of tea/H.P. Bezbarua. 2. Tea Germplasm resources in China/Yu. L. Fulian. 3. Genetic dispersal of Tea Plant/Satoshi Yamaguchi. 4. Tea Plant improvement/I.D. Singh. 5. Advances in tea biotechnology/L.M.S. Palni Cheng Hao & Y. Nakamura. 6. Physiology of tea productivity/L. Manivel. Field Practices: 7. Agrotechnology of tea in China/Yu Yongming. 8. Agrotechnology of tea in Japan/T. Nakano. 9. Tea soils/S. Natesan. 10. Manuring of tea/D.P. Verma. 11. Rhizosphere microbiology of Tea Plant/Anita Pandey & L.M.S. Palni. 12. Microbial dynamics in Tea Plantation soils/Balamani Bezbaruah. Crop Protection: 13. Drainage of water logged tea soils with special reference to North East India/Bhupal Singh. 14. Irrigation practices in tea/F. Rahman. 15. Pest management in tea/P. Sivepalan. 16. Global status of tea diseases and management strategies/B. Chandramouli. 17. Weed control in tea/R.D. Singh. 18. Potential of using biocontrol agents in tea/V. Agnihothrudu. V. Post Harvest Tea Processing: Chemistry of Tea Quality and Evolution of Processing: 1. Tea chemistry with special reference to Tea Aroma Precursors/K. Sakata W. Gou & J.H. Moon. 2. Tea flavour/Tei Yamanishi. 3. Biosynthesis of precursors for liquor and flavour characteristics in black tea/S. Sarma. 4. Quality perception and evolution of tea processing technology/Vijay Dudeja. Tea Processing & Products: 5. Manufacture of black & green teas in India Srilanka & Africa/S. Ramaswamy. 6. Japanese green tea characteristics and manufacture/R. Saijo. 7. Manufacture of instant tea/M.G. Hampton. 8. Speciality and herbal teas in China/Zenon Wang. 9. Product development in t. Bookseller Inventory # 305

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