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Ecobiology of Aquatic Insects

Kumar, Arvind & Harbhajan Kaur

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2008. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+247p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm, The factors governing life on earth are changing constantly and the same is true for life too. The unique property of the aquatic insects is their ability to changes in the themselves, accepting the challenge caused by changes in the surroundings and this has enabled to exploit the environment successfully, leading to their survival multiplication and continuation on earth since first appearance. This book is the compilation of esteemed articles of internationally acknowledged experts in the field of aquatic biology with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The present book will be useful to the students, research scholars, scientists in the field of Environmental management and ecoplanners, politicians and other people with similar interest. Contents Chapter 1: Quantitative Assessment of Predatory Insects and their Integration with Varied Factors in Some Fish Culture Ponds by Manish Chandra Varma, Shiv Kumar, Raghbendra Pratap and Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Genotoxicity of Cadmium Assessed by the Micronucleus Test on Channa punctatus (Pisces : Family-Channidae) by N K Tripathi and Anurag Dubey; Chapter 3: Diel Vertical Migration of Zooplankton in Andaman Sea by I K Pai, Sameer Terdalkar, M L Pereira and F M Morgado; Chapter 4: Biological Control of Locusts and Grasshoppers Using Red-Mite, Eutrombidium trigonum Herm by S K A Rizvi, N P Singh and Nazima Maqbool; Chapter 5: Effect of Different Food Conditions on Survival, Longevity and Life History of Oithona brevicornis and Calanus finmarchicus by R Ramanibai and G Priya: Chapter 6: Assesment of Plankton Diversity using Shannon-Weaver Index (H?): A Case Study in Coleroon and Cauvery Esturies by P Elayaraja and R Ramanibai; Chapter 7: Ecology of Aquatic Insects in Harike Wetland by K S Bath; Chapter 8: Ecology of Kanjli Wetland with Reference to the Invertbrate Fauna by K S Bath; Chapter 9: Distribution of Insects in Relation to Pollution in Satluj River, Panjub by H Kaur, J Syal, S Jasuja and S S Dhillon; Chapter 10: Insect Fauna of Ropar Headworkers Reservoir, Punjab by H Kaur, K Sajeev, S Jasuja and S S Dhillon; Chapter 11: Insect and Aquatic Envirionment by S Subhashini, K Logan Kumar and S Logaswamy; Chapter 12: Statistical Approach to Monthly Variations of Physico-chemical Factors at Lower Lake of Bhopal in Relation to Insect Fauna by Madhulika Singh and K Borana; Chapter 13: Seasonal Variations in Insects Population of Lower Lake of Bhopal in Relation to Macrophytes by Madulika Singh and K Borana; Chapter 14: The Effect of Pollutants on the Genotype of Five Species of Family Coengrionidae (Zygoptera : Odonata) by G K Waliy; Chapter 15: Main Cytogenetic Characters in the Order Odonata by G K Walia; Chapter 16: Algal Contribution to Dissovloved Oxygen in Small Hilly Streams: A Case Study by M R Sharma and A B Gupta; Chapter 17: Aquatic Environment of Ram Ganga River at Moradabad, India: A Quantitative Assessment by D K Sinha, Shilpi Saxena; Chapter 18: Oviposition Deterrent Activities of Azadirachta indica Dalbergia sissoo and Tagetes erecta Leaf Extract Against Culex Quinquefasciatus Say by Navpreet Kaur Gill and Shivali Uttam; Chapter 19: Histopathological and Histochemical Effects of a Newly Synthesized (JHA) Cyclohexloxy Compound on the Midgut on Fourth Instar Larvae of Culex quinquefascuatus Say by Navpreet Kaur Gill; Chapter 20: Role of Some Abiotic Factors in Structuring the Macroinvertebrate Community with Spical Reference to Insects Along a Longitudinal Profile of River Sindh, Kashmir Valley by Haroon UI Rashid and Ashok K. Pandit; Chapter 21: Some Aspects of Habitat Ecology of Aquatic Entomofauna in two Freshwater Lakes of Kashmir Himalaya by Kawnsar-ul-Yaqoob and Ashok K Pandit. Bookseller Inventory # 021883

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Ecology And Environment

H B Singh

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Ecobiology of Aquatic Insects

Arvind Kumar,Harbhajan Kaur

Published by Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd. (2008)

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The factors governing life on earth are changing constantly and the same is true for life too. The unique property of the aquatic insects is their ability to changes in the themselves, accepting the challenge caused by changes in the surroundings and this has enabled to exploit the environment successfully, leading to their survival multiplication and continuation on earth since first appearance. This book is the compilation of esteemed articles of internationally acknowledged experts in the field of aquatic biology with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The present book will be useful to the students, research scholars, scientists in the field of Environmental management and ecoplanners, politicians and other people with similar interest.Contents Chapter 1: Quantitative Assessment of Predatory Insects and their Integration with Varied Factors in Some Fish Culture Ponds by Manish Chandra Varma, Shiv Kumar, Raghbendra Pratap and Arvind Kumar Chapter 2: Genotoxicity of Cadmium Assessed by the Micronucleus Test on Channa punctatus (Pisces : Family-Channidae) by N K Tripathi and Anurag Dubey Chapter 3: Diel Vertical Migration of Zooplankton in Andaman Sea by I K Pai, Sameer Terdalkar, M L Pereira and F M Morgado Chapter 4: Biological Control of Locusts and Grasshoppers Using Red-Mite, Eutrombidium trigonum Herm by S K A Rizvi, N P Singh and Nazima Maqbool Chapter 5: Effect of Different Food Conditions on Survival, Longevity and Life History of Oithona brevicornis and Calanus finmarchicus by R Ramanibai and G Priya: Chapter 6: Assesment of Plankton Diversity using Shannon-Weaver Index (H?): A Case Study in Coleroon and Cauvery Esturies by P Elayaraja and R Ramanibai Chapter 7: Ecology of Aquatic Insects in Harike Wetland by K S Bath Chapter 8: Ecology of Kanjli Wetland with Reference to the Invertbrate Fauna by K S Bath Chapter 9: Distribution of Insects in Relation to Pollution in Satluj River, Panjub by H Kaur, J Syal, S Jasuja and S S Dhillon Chapter 10: Insect Fauna of Ropar Headworkers Reservoir, Punjab by H Kaur, K Sajeev, S Jasuja and S S Dhillon Chapter 11: Insect and Aquatic Envirionment by S Subhashini, K Logan Kumar and S Logaswamy Chapter 12: Statistical Approach to Monthly Variations of Physico-chemical Factors at Lower Lake of Bhopal in Relation to Insect Fauna by Madhulika Singh and K Borana Chapter 13: Seasonal Variations in Insects Population of Lower Lake of Bhopal in Relation to Macrophytes by Madulika Singh and K Borana Chapter 14: The Effect of Pollutants on the Genotype of Five Species of Family Coengrionidae (Zygoptera : Odonata) by G K Waliy Chapter 15: Main Cytogenetic Characters in the Order Odonata by G K Walia Chapter 16: Algal Contribution to Dissovloved Oxygen in Small Hilly Streams: A Case Study by M R Sharma and A B Gupta Chapter 17: Aquatic Environment of Ram Ganga River at Moradabad, India: A Quantitative Assessment by D K Sinha, Shilpi Saxena Chapter 18: Oviposition Deterrent Activities of Azadirachta indica Dalbergia sissoo and Tagetes erecta Leaf Extract Against Culex Quinquefasciatus Say by Navpreet Kaur Gill and Shivali Uttam Chapter 19: Histopathological and Histochemical Effects of a Newly Synthesized (JHA) Cyclohexloxy Compound on the Midgut on Fourth Instar Larvae of Culex quinquefascuatus Say by Navpreet Kaur Gill Chapter 20: Role of Some Abiotic Factors in Structuring the Macroinvertebrate Community with Spical Reference to Insects Along a Longitudinal Profile of River Sindh, Kashmir Valley by Haroon UI Rashid and Ashok K. Pandit Chapter 21: Some Aspects of Habitat Ecology of Aquatic Entomofauna in two Freshwater Lakes of Kashmir Himalaya by Kawnsar-ul-Yaqoob and Ashok K Pandit. Printed Pages: 258. Bookseller Inventory # 73542

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The Himalayan Environment: Issues and Challenges

Pande, Puran Ch et al eds

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (1998)

ISBN 10: 8170351871 ISBN 13: 9788170351870

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 1998. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+356p., figs., tabs., 23 cm, The Himalaya needs no introduction. For obvious reasons it has remained a source of fascination and inspiration for people from all walks of life. Almost all the natural resources of the Himalaya have presented a challenge for environmental scientists and planners alike. It is principally because of their numbers, an extensive array of natural characteristics and the complexity of the cultural pattern of the mountains that the Himalayan environment has lured the intelligensia of the world. However, hostile natural environment together with illconceived human activities have added fury to the fire. It is not an exaggeration, therefore, that the environment of our fragile mountain ecosystem in utter disrepair and indeed in very poor state of health. The renewed enthusiasm for man and biosphere and sustainable development had stemmed in no small measure from the tremendous interest in ecology juxtaposed to man?s growing awareness of the degraded Himalaya. As the issues and challenges involved in describing mutual conditioning of the environmental cycles and human association in the Himalaya, quantitative and qualitative surveys for whole stretch of the Central Himalaya in question have not been attempted thus far. We have all good reasons to believe that environmental consciousness is extremely necessary in order to restore the balance in ecological components of the Himalaya. Contents Chapter 1: Uttarkashi Earthquake of October 20,1991 in Garhwal Himalaya: A Warning by K S Valdiya; Chapter 2: A Geomorphological Appraisal of Landslides in Garhwal and Kumaun Himalaya (U P) by M S Anatharaman and R K Sehgal; Chapter 3: Anthropogenic and Technogenic Landforms and their Effect on Human Life in a Lesser Himalayan Drainage Basin by Jyoti Joshi; Chapter 4: Pteridology in Kumaun Himalaya: Existing State of Art by P C Pande & H C Pande; Chapter 5: Organic Productivity and Nutrient Content of Poplar Plantation in Tarai Belt of Kumaun Himalaya by L S Lodhiyal & R P Singh; Chapter 6: Glimpses of History of Agriculture in Uttrakhand in the Central Himalaya by B P Joshi; Chapter 7: Irrigation Development and Agriculture in Garhwal Himalayas by K N Joshi; Chapter 8: Dynamic Dimensions of Fruit Crops ?Ecofarming in an Hill Environment by D C Pande & J C Kuniyal; Chapter 9: New Farm Technology and Hill Peasantry in India by D C Pande; Chapter 10: Status, Utilization and Potentials of Water Resources in Kumaun Lesser Himalaya by P C Tewari & Bhagwati Joshi; Chapter 11: Status of Forest Resources and Sustainability of Rural Eco-system in Gomti Basin, Kumaun Lesser Himalaya by B S Bisht & P C Tewari; Chapter 12: Ethonobiology of Kumaun Himalaya by P C Pande, Pramila Joshi & G C Joshi; Chapter 13: Pediatiric Ethnobotany of Kumaun Himalaya by Vineeta Pande & Neeta Pande; Chapter 14: Folklore Insecticidal Plants of Eastern Kumaun (Western Himalaya) by I S Mehta, P C Pande & Pramila Joshi; Chapter 15: Water Resources, their Depletion and Conservation in the Dehra Dun Valley by M S Anantharaman & R K Sehgal; Chapter 16: Water Quality Problems in the Urban Areas of Kumaun Himalaya by R K Pande & N S Bhandari; Chapter 17: Demographic Profile of Uttrakhand by Rajnish Pande, P C Pande & R K Pande; Chapter 18: U P F C and Industrial Development of Garhwal Region (Appraisal and Suggestion) by R C Dangwal, A K Sarkar and K S Negi; Chapter 19: Some Aspects of Growth and Management of the Human Resources in the U P Himalaya by Raj Laxmi Singh & O P Singh; Chapter 20: Women, Fuel and Forest: The Experience of Central Himalaya by A K Singh & R K Pande; Chapter 21: Environmental Study of Farm Fringe: The Experience of U P Himalaya by Devi Datt; Chapter 22: Agro-ecosystem Approach for Sustainable Production in Himalaya by B P Ghildyal; Chapter 23: Environment and Development with Special Reference to Forest by H C Upadhyay; Chapter 24: Changing Perception of Wildlife Tourism and its Impact on Carrying Capacity in the Corbett Tiger Reser. Bookseller Inventory # 021830

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Phycology: Principles Processes and Applications

Ahluwalia, Amrik Singh ed

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ISBN 10: 8170352967 ISBN 13: 9788170352969

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2003. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xxi+481p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm, Time seems ripe for the application of phycological research in various disciplines of biology. Algal organisms, due to their small size, wider distributional pattern, a short life span, easily manipulative inorganic nutrition, and other useful attributes, have attracted developmental biologists, geneticists, biotechnologists, microbiologists, physiologists, environmentalists, zoologists and forensic scientists alike. These organisms have a wide range of application in a spectrum of areas comprising agriculture, aquaculture, environment and in a variety of industrial and food products. This book Phycology: Principles, Processes and Applications, provides comprehensive updated reviews on several important aspects of phycology. The volume comprises of 24 chapters, which are grouped in five sections. The chapters cover a variety of topics ranging from systematics and ultrastructure, physiology and ecology, molecular biology and biotechnology, an applications. Towards an end, few chapters on methods and techniques are of special interest to the budding phycologists. Contents Section I: Floristics, Phylogeny and Ultrastructure Chapter 1: Classification and Phylogeny of Chlorophyta by Samit Ray, Chapter 2: Contribution to the knowledge of Desmids of Kumaon Himalaya by Iqbal Habib, Chapter 3: Diversity of Algal Flora in Relation to Major Crops, Source of Water, Soil Types and Fertilizers in Cultivated Soils of Bidar and Gulbarga Districts, Karnataka, India by S B Angadi, M K Santosh, V G Uttam & D G Mahesh Kumar, Chapter 4: Current Status of Azolla Lam. Taxonomy by Anjuli Pabby, Amrik S Ahluwalia & Saroj Dua. Section II: Physiology, Biochemistry and Ecology Chapter 5: Nitrogen Metabolism in Cynobacteria by Surendra Singh, Pramod K Pandey, Vinay S Chauhan, Bhanumati Singh, Rishi K Saxena & Prakash S Bisen, Chapter 6: Impact of Cu, Zn and Cd on Certain Physiological and Biochemical Characteristics of Microcystis sp. by Subashree Pradhan & L C Rai, Chapter 7: UV Absorbing Pigments in Epilithic Cyanobacteria Occurring on the Temples and Monuments by Amarpalli Roy & S P Adhikary, Chapter 8: Influence of Petroleum Oils on Algae and Cyanobacteria by Jai Prakash Gaur & A K Singh, Chapter 9: Algal Protein: Functional Properties and Potential for Food Applications by Manjit Kaur, Chapter 10: Role of Magnesium and Phosphate Limitations and Low Temperature in Stimulating Algicide Production in a Cyanobacterium, Oscillatoria laetevirens by Soma Ray, R Shrivastava & S N Bagchi, Chapter 11: Contributions to the Understanding of Nitrogen Fixation and Nitrogenase Regulation in Cyanobacteria by Indian Scientists by N Anand & S Gnanasekaran, Chapter 12: Biochemical and Ultrastructural Studies on the Effect of Different Light Intensities on Hypnea musciformis and H. valentiae from Rameswaram Coast by K Sivakumar & R Rangasamy, Chapter 13: Symbiotic Association of N2 - Fixing Cyanobacterium Anabaena azollae in Aquatic Water Fern Azolla by S Kannaiyan & K Kumar, Chapter 14: Akinetes: Structure, Differentiation and Germination by Manjit Kaur & Amrik S Ahluwalia. Section III: Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Chapter 15: Molecular Profiling and Genetic Transformation of Cyanobacteria: Current Status and Prospects by Radha Prasanna & P K Singh, Chapter 16: Production of Transgenic of Cyanobacteria and their Applications by Rashmi Tyagi & B D Kaushik. Section IV: Applications of Algae Chapter 17: Role of Algae in Sustainable Aquaculture by A S Ahluwalia & Gagandeep Kaur Khosa, Chapter 18: Lipids from Micro-Algae by M S Narayan, N Bhagyalakshmi & L V Venkataraman, Chapter 19: Seaweed Utilization: A Review by K Sivakumar, Chapter 20: Spirulina in Modern Industries for Manufacturing Value Added Dietary Packages by B K Behera & Manjeet Kaur, Chapter 21: Nitrogen Fixing Capacity of Some Selected BGA Isolated from the Rice Field Soils of North Eastern India by N Irabanta Singh, H Dorycanta & G A Devi. Section 5: Bookseller Inventory # 021744

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Phycology: Principles Processes and Applications

Amrik Singh Ahluwalia

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Time seems ripe for the application of phycological research in various disciplines of biology. Algal organisms, due to their small size, wider distributional pattern, a short life span, easily manipulative inorganic nutrition, and other useful attributes, have attracted developmental biologists, geneticists, biotechnologists, microbiologists, physiologists, environmentalists, zoologists and forensic scientists alike. These organisms have a wide range of application in a spectrum of areas comprising agriculture, aquaculture, environment and in a variety of industrial and food products. This book Phycology: Principles, Processes and Applications, provides comprehensive updated reviews on several important aspects of phycology. The volume comprises of 24 chapters, which are grouped in five sections. The chapters cover a variety of topics ranging from systematics and ultrastructure, physiology and ecology, molecular biology and biotechnology, an applications. Towards an end, few chapters on methods and techniques are of special interest to the budding phycologists.;;Contents;Section I: Floristics, Phylogeny and Ultrastructure;Chapter 1: Classification and Phylogeny of Chlorophyta by Samit Ray, Chapter 2: Contribution to the knowledge of Desmids of Kumaon Himalaya by Iqbal Habib, Chapter 3: Diversity of Algal Flora in Relation to Major Crops, Source of Water, Soil Types and Fertilizers in Cultivated Soils of Bidar and Gulbarga Districts, Karnataka, India by S B Angadi, M K Santosh, V G Uttam & D G Mahesh Kumar, Chapter 4: Current Status of Azolla Lam. Taxonomy by Anjuli Pabby, Amrik S Ahluwalia & Saroj Dua.;Section II: Physiology, Biochemistry and Ecology;Chapter 5: Nitrogen Metabolism in Cynobacteria by Surendra Singh, Pramod K Pandey, Vinay S Chauhan, Bhanumati Singh, Rishi K Saxena & Prakash S Bisen, Chapter 6: Impact of Cu, Zn and Cd on Certain Physiological and Biochemical Characteristics of Microcystis sp. by Subashree Pradhan & L C Rai, Chapter 7: UV Absorbing Pigments in Epilithic Cyanobacteria Occurring on the Temples and Monuments by Amarpalli Roy & S P Adhikary, Chapter 8: Influence of Petroleum Oils on Algae and Cyanobacteria by Jai Prakash Gaur & A K Singh, Chapter 9: Algal Protein: Functional Properties and Potential for Food Applications by Manjit Kaur, Chapter 10: Role of Magnesium and Phosphate Limitations and Low Temperature in Stimulating Algicide Production in a Cyanobacterium, Oscillatoria laetevirens by Soma Ray, R Shrivastava & S N Bagchi, Chapter 11: Contributions to the Understanding of Nitrogen Fixation and Nitrogenase Regulation in Cyanobacteria by Indian Scientists by N Anand & S Gnanasekaran, Chapter 12: Biochemical and Ultrastructural Studies on the Effect of Different Light Intensities on Hypnea musciformis and H. valentiae from Rameswaram Coast by K Sivakumar & R Rangasamy, Chapter 13: Symbiotic Association of N2 - Fixing Cyanobacterium Anabaena azollae in Aquatic Water Fern Azolla by S Kannaiyan & K Kumar, Chapter 14: Akinetes: Structure, Differentiation and Germination by Manjit Kaur & Amrik S Ahluwalia.;Section III: Molecular Biology and Biotechnology;Chapter 15: Molecular Profiling and Genetic Transformation of Cyanobacteria: Current Status and Prospects by Radha Prasanna & P K Singh, Chapter 16: Production of Transgenic of Cyanobacteria and their Applications by Rashmi Tyagi & B D Kaushik.;Section IV: Applications of Algae;Chapter 17: Role of Algae in Sustainable Aquaculture by A S Ahluwalia & Gagandeep Kaur Khosa, Chapter 18: Lipids from Micro-Algae by M S Narayan, N Bhagyalakshmi & L V Venkataraman, Chapter 19: Seaweed Utilization: A Review by K Sivakumar, Chapter 20: Spirulina in Modern Industries for Manufacturing Value Added Dietary Packages by B K Behera & Manjeet Kaur, Chapter 21: Nitrogen Fixing Capacity of Some Selected BGA Isolated from the Rice Field Soils of N Printed Pages: 502. Bookseller Inventory # 56326

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Ecology of Plankton

Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170353742 ISBN 13: 9788170353744

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2005. Hard back. Book Condition: New. x+294p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The word plankton was first of coined by Henson, which means ?that which drifts? A single organism in the plankton is known as a plankter. The wide distribution of many plankton species is one of the most striking features encountered in the study of planktonology. Some articles in the book clearly reveal the fact that the plankton is regarded as a best biotool. The book entitled ?Ecology of Plankton? has been written covering applied aspects of Limnology in order to cater to the needs of students, research scholars and teachers in college and university. A book of this kind will be of immense use to all those who study or teach aquatic ecology and hydrobiology. Not only this, the present book will also be helpful for students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for limnologists for aquatic impact assessment and management. Contents Chapter 1: Dynamics of Phytoplankton Productivity of Certain Lentic Ecosystems of Jharkhand, India by Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra; Chapter 2: Studies on the Phytoplankton of Olero Creek and Parts of Benin River, Nigeria by T A Adesalu and D I Nwankwo; Chapter 3: Community Structure and Faunal Assemblages of Zooplankton in an Estuarine Mangrove Ecosystem by N V Prasad; Chapter 4: Distribution and Ecology of Phytoplanktons in the Dal Lake, Kashmir (India) by M Jeelani, H Kaur and S G Sarwar; Chapter 5: Population Dynamics of Rotifers in the Anchar Lake, Kashmir (India) by M Jeelani, H Kaur and S G Sarwar; Chapter 6: Diversity of Phytoplankton and Zooplankton with Respect to Pollution Status of River Tapi in North Maharashtra Region by S R Gaikwad, S R Thorat & T P Chavan; Chapter 7: Investigations on Blue Green Algae of Satna: A Taxonomical Approach by Rashmi Singh; Chapter 8: Physico-chemical Factors Controlling the Growth of Diatoms in Two Lakes of Mysore by J Mahadev & S P Hosmani; Chapter 9: Tidal and Diurnal Variability of Zooplankton in Mangrove Habitat of Gaderu, East Coast of India by N V Prasad; Chapter 10: Trace Metals in Zooplankton from the Mangrove Waterways of Coringa, East Coast of India with Special Reference to Industrial Effluents by N V Prasad; Chapter 11: Seasonal and Spatial Variations in Taxonomic Composition and Biomass of Zooplankton in Estuarine Waters and the Bay Environment of Coringa Mangroves, East Cost of India by N V Prasad; Chapter 12: Studies on Qualitative and Quantitative Plankton Production using Duck Droppings by S K Majhi, B K Mahapatra, K Vinod and B K Mandal; Chapter 13: Spacio-temporal Trends in Phytoplankton Primary Production in Marikanave Reservoir by Syed Fasihuddin & E T Puttaiah; Chapter 14: Study of Algal Communities of Sonvad Dam of Dhule as Indicators of Organic Water Pollution by S N Nandan & D S Jain; Chapter 15: Biological Evaluation of Water Quality Using Phytoplankton on Phutala Lake and Well in Nagpur by Arun K Pandey & Rakesh K Pandey; Chapter 16: Diversity of Zooplankton in Rakasakoppa Reservoir of Belgaum, North Karnataka by B N Sunkad; Chapter 17: Impact of Sewage Disposal and Agricultural Waste on the Freshwater Quality and Phytoplankton Density of a Tropical Stream in the Western Ghats in India by M Ganesan, N Jayabalan & K Jegatheesan; Chapter 18: Studies on Zooplankton Distribution in the Coastal Waters of Dakshina Kannada, West Coat of India by T V Ramana and M P M Reddy; Chapter 19: Biochemical Composition and Calorific Potential of Zooplankton from the Mangrove Waters and the Bay Environment of Kakinada, South East Coast of India by N V Prasad; Chapter 20: Seasonal Fluctuation of Different Zooplanktonic Groups of a Rainfed Wetland in Relation to Some Abiotic Factors by S B Patra and N C Datta; Chapter 21: Phytoplankton Dynamics in Anchar Lake, Kashmir by Shamim A Bhat and Ashok K Pandit; Chapter 22: Detoxification Efficiency of Four Fungal sp on Dye Effluent by K T K Anandapandian, S Chandrasekarenthiran, S Kirupaa and G Ram Kumar; Chapter 23: Stable Carbon Isotopic Studies on. Bookseller Inventory # 021756

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Advanced Ecology

Kumar, Arvind & Lalan Kumar Singh eds

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170354285 ISBN 13: 9788170354284

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Book Condition: New. x+306p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, India exhibits a panorama of the ecological conditions of rest of the world within her geographical boundaries. Ecology is a multidisciplinary science. Ecology is regarded as the science which investigates organisms in relation to their environment and a philosophy in which the world of life is interpreted in terms of natural processes. The growing population, relentless marches towards development and the subsequent increasing have forced man towards urbanization and industrialization. The waste, which is posing serious ecological problem, should be recycled in time to keep the ecosystem healthy. This book is a unique collection of research articles which must be useful to the ecologists, academicians, researchers, administrators, industrialists, environmental lawyers, rural technologists and the interested people in general. Contents Chapter 1: Community Ecology: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: The Invertebrate Colonization During Decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes Solms in the Mouth Zone of Guarei River into Jurumirim Reservoir (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by R Henry and N de L Stripari; Chapter 3: Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bacterial and Fungal Communities of Top Soil in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria by A Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo; Chapter 4: Muga Based Ecological Farming System: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development and Ecorestoration by L N Kakati and B T Kakati; Chapter 5: Water Management and Analysis by K Bayapu Reddy, R V S S L Revathi and T Manjunatha; Chapter 6: Biomonitoring Approach with Benthic Macro-invertebrates for Water Quality Assessment in a Medium Reservoir by Ch Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska; Chapter 7: Diversity of Phyto and Zooplankton with Reference to Pollution Status of Kalavam Bazaar Lake, Arcot, Vellore District by V Indra, V Prabakaran and R Balachandar; Chapter 8: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 9: Air Pollution and Human Body by V Rajendra Prasad, Y Prasanna Kumar, P King and V S R K Prasad; Chapter 10: Requirement of Dietary Vitamin E in Relation to Growth, Feed Conversion and Deficiency Symptoms for the Fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by Ashok K Gupta; Chapter 11: Effect of Metal Poisoning on Total Body Carbohydrate in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae: Hemiptera) by S Mumtazuddin and S Ehyteshamuddin; Chapter 12: A Model Approach for the Water Quality: A Case Study of River Cauvery by A G Nataraj, K L Prakash, R K Somashekar and N Manmohan Rao; Chapter 13: Impact of Tourist Influx on the Courtallam Water Quality Index by G Gitanjali and A Kumaresan; Chapter 14: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 15: Zooplankton Diversity in the Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu by V Indra and R Ramanibai; Chapter 16: The Diversity and Seasonality of Soil Protozoans in Gir Protected Area by Pragna Parikh, Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir; Chapter 17: Investigation on Sub Surface Water Quality of Tarikere Taluk with Special Reference to Physico-Chemical Characteristics by K Harish Babu and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 18: Analysis of Fluoride in the Groundwater of Akola District: A Case Study by S B Thakare, A V Parwate, M Rao; Chapter 19: Parasitic Infection and Drinking Water Quality in Lashkar Township (Gwalior) MP by Naseem Khan, Asha Mathur and R Mathur; Chapter 20: Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) Analysis of Cesspool Environment Soil Samples by J Subashini, N Ramamurthy and G Jagadeesan; Chapter 21: Effect of Stocking Density on the Blood Parameters of Goldfish Carassius auratus by A Elezabeth Mary and M Sakthivel; Chapter 22: Food and Feeding Habits of the Gobiid Fish Pseudapocryptes lanceolatus (Bloch and Schneider, 1801) of the Vasista Godavari Estuary, East Coas. Bookseller Inventory # 022223

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Ecology of Plankton

Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya Publishing House (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170353742 ISBN 13: 9788170353744

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The word plankton was first of coined by Henson, which means \`that which drifts\`. A single organism in the plankton is known as a plankter. The wide distribution of many plankton species is one of the most striking features encountered in the study of planktonology. Some articles in the book clearly reveal the fact that the plankton is regarded as a best biotool.;The book entitled Ecology of Plankton has been written covering applied aspects of Limnology in order to cater to the needs of students, research scholars and teachers in college and university. A book of this kind will be of immense use to all those who study or teach aquatic ecology and hydrobiology. Not only this, the present book will also be helpful for students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for limnologists for aquatic impact assessment and management.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Dynamics of Phytoplankton Productivity of Certain Lentic Ecosystems of Jharkhand, India by Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra; Chapter 2: Studies on the Phytoplankton of Olero Creek and Parts of Benin River, Nigeria by T A Adesalu and D I Nwankwo; Chapter 3: Community Structure and Faunal Assemblages of Zooplankton in an Estuarine Mangrove Ecosystem by N V Prasad; Chapter 4: Distribution and Ecology of Phytoplanktons in the Dal Lake, Kashmir (India) by M Jeelani, H Kaur and S G Sarwar; Chapter 5: Population Dynamics of Rotifers in the Anchar Lake, Kashmir (India) by M Jeelani, H Kaur and S G Sarwar; Chapter 6: Diversity of Phytoplankton and Zooplankton with Respect to Pollution Status of River Tapi in North Maharashtra Region by S R Gaikwad, S R Thorat & T P Chavan; Chapter 7: Investigations on Blue Green Algae of Satna: A Taxonomical Approach by Rashmi Singh; Chapter 8: Physico-chemical Factors Controlling the Growth of Diatoms in Two Lakes of Mysore by J Mahadev & S P Hosmani; Chapter 9: Tidal and Diurnal Variability of Zooplankton in Mangrove Habitat of Gaderu, East Coast of India by N V Prasad; Chapter 10: Trace Metals in Zooplankton from the Mangrove Waterways of Coringa, East Coast of India with Special Reference to Industrial Effluents by N V Prasad; Chapter 11: Seasonal and Spatial Variations in Taxonomic Composition and Biomass of Zooplankton in Estuarine Waters and the Bay Environment of Coringa Mangroves, East Cost of India by N V Prasad; Chapter 12: Studies on Qualitative and Quantitative Plankton Production using Duck Droppings by S K Majhi, B K Mahapatra, K Vinod and B K Mandal; Chapter 13: Spacio-temporal Trends in Phytoplankton Primary Production in Marikanave Reservoir by Syed Fasihuddin & E T Puttaiah; Chapter 14: Study of Algal Communities of Sonvad Dam of Dhule as Indicators of Organic Water Pollution by S N Nandan & D S Jain; Chapter 15: Biological Evaluation of Water Quality Using Phytoplankton on Phutala Lake and Well in Nagpur by Arun K Pandey & Rakesh K Pandey; Chapter 16: Diversity of Zooplankton in Rakasakoppa Reservoir of Belgaum, North Karnataka by B N Sunkad; Chapter 17: Impact of Sewage Disposal and Agricultural Waste on the Freshwater Quality and Phytoplankton Density of a Tropical Stream in the Western Ghats in India by M Ganesan, N Jayabalan & K Jegatheesan; Chapter 18: Studies on Zooplankton Distribution in the Coastal Waters of Dakshina Kannada, West Coat of India by T V Ramana and M P M Reddy; Chapter 19: Biochemical Composition and Calorific Potential of Zooplankton from the Mangrove Waters and the Bay Environment of Kakinada, South East Coast of India by N V Prasad; Chapter 20: Seasonal Fluctuation of Different Zooplanktonic Groups of a Rainfed Wetland in Relation to Some Abiotic Factors by S B Patra and N C Datta; Chapter 21: Phytoplankton Dynamics in Anchar Lake, Kashmir by Shamim A Bhat and Ashok K Pandit; Chapter 22: Detoxification Efficiency of Four Fungal sp on Dye Effluent by K T K Anandapandian, S Chand Printed Pages: 304. Bookseller Inventory # 58745

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Advances in Applied Phycology

Gupta, Rajan Kumar & Vidya Dhar Pandey

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170354765 ISBN 13: 9788170354765

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hard back. Book Condition: New. viii+299p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on allied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in he field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology, algal biofertilizers, toxicology, bioremediation, bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology. The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological, agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences. Contents Chapter 1: Micro-algal Diazotrophs and their Mutants in Natural and Artificial Symbioses by A Vaishampayan, R P Sing,R K Singh, H K Jaiswal, J P Shahi, T Dey, R P N Mishra, S Sharma, H K Sharma and A B Prasad; Chapter 2: Bioprospecting of Marine Algae by J Rath and S P Adhikary; Chapter 3: Fueling the Future: By Microalgae as a Source of Renewable Energy by C Dayananda,R Sarada and G A Ravishankar; Chapter 4: Factprs Influencing Algicide Production by Microcystis sp and its Effect on Selected Cyanobacteria by P Jaiswal,R Prasanna and P K Singh; Chapter 5: Seaweeds as a Human Diet: An Emerging Trend in the New Millennium by P V Subba Rao, Vaibhav A Mantri, K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: Potential Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria by G Abraham; Chapter 7: ChlorophyII Fluorescence Analysis: A Potential Tool for Rapid Measurement of Photosynthesis by Jagar Narayan Maurya; Chapter 8: Botryococcus: A Hydrocarbon Producing Microalga by Yashveer Singh; Chapter 9: Food, Feed and Nutraceutical Applications of Algae by Vushwanath Prasad and R K Gupta; Chapter 10: Nitrogen Fixing Cyanobacteria and their Potential Applications by K K Choudhary, S S Singh and A K Mishra; Chapter 11: Cyanobacterial Hydrogen Metabolism with Special Reference to Transcriptional Regulation of Hydrogenases by D Vyas and R K Gupta; Chapter 12: Algae and Cyanobacteria as the Living Resources for Sustainable Environmental Management by Chandra Bhushan Singh; Chapter 13: Cyanobacterial Remediation of Heavy Metal Pollution by M R Suseela and Kiran Toppo; Heavy Metal Toxicity to Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Mithir Kumar Das; Chapter 15: Cyanobacterial Toxins: Risks and Impacts on Human Health by B V Singh and Shalini Singh; Chapter 16: Algae and Disease Prevention by U K Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib; Chapter 17: Molecular Approaches to Cyanobacteria by S Singh, B V Singh and D W Dhar; Chapter 18: Organic Farming and Environmental Biodiversity by Y V Singh; Chapter 19: Cyanobacteria as a Source of Pharmaceutical Compounds by V D Pandey, R K Gupta and S K Singh; Chapter 20: Cellular Water in Desiccation-Tolerant Cyanobacteria by B S Tiwari and S N Tripathi; Chapter 21: Nutraceutical, Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Potential of Cyanobacteria by N K Rathore, R Raghuvanshi and S Singh. Bookseller Inventory # 022204

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Perspectives in Animal Ecology and Reproduction Vol 4

Gupta, V K & Anil Kumar Verma eds

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170354595 ISBN 13: 9788170354598

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xiv+550p., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm, Ecology is the scientific study of the way in which the plants, animals, and people are related to each other and to their environment; and reproduction is the act or the process of producing babies, young animals, or plants. Ecology and animal reproduction forms an important part of curriculum of almost all colleges and universities in India and abroad. Although a host of books on the ecology are available, we did feel the need of a book which can provide information on the diversity of animals inhabiting various ecological niches together with the reproductive strategies adopted by them and to carry out diverse kinds of reproductive-ecological analyses spreading across several types of ecosystem sustaining different kind of flora and fauna. This volume has been written in a lucid and easy to understand language dealing elaborately with following topics: Animal Ecology; Nematology in India, Freshwater cladocera, Mass production of pulmonate molluscs, Himalayan fish fauna, Heavy metal pollution in freshwater, Growth of the Indian major carps fry, Nutritional ecology of carp fmgerlings, Ectoparasitic diseases in freshwater fishes, Distribution of crocodile salamander in east Nepal, Farming of saltwater crocodiles, Population trends of Indian Mugger crocodiles, Avifauna in Karnataka, Computer in wildlife-communication with birds, Status and conservation of bird fauna in Kerala, Behavioural observations on rhesus monkey; Animal Reproduction; Breeding of the earthworm, Oviposition behaviour of the stem borer, Action of quinines in insect pest control, Hunter reduviide utilization in biological control, Impact of mercury on hypothalamic nuclear center in a freshwater teleost, Annual sexual rhythm in freshwater turtles, Reproductive biology of olive ridley sea turtle, Endocrine disruptor and reproductive health, Alleviation of testicular toxicity in albino rats, Environmental and occupational exposure to metals and reproduction. The book will be of immense help and hopefully shall fulfill the needs of students, teachers and researchers engaged in the field of animal ecology and reproduction to some extent. Chapter 1: Nematology in India: Problems and Perspectives by A K Chaubey, Nidhi Tyagi and Satyandra Kumar; Chapter 2: Freshwater Cladocera (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) from Muriyad Wetlands, Trichur, Kerala by K K Subhashbabu & John Thomas K; Chapter 3: Small-scale Mass Production Strategy for a Reduviid Predator Rhynocoris longifrons Stal (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) by K Sahayaraj and C Ravi; Chapter 4: Studies on the Biodiversity and Population Density of Freshwater Pulmonate Malacofauna of Damoh and Sagar District of M P (India) by M Bhinde, Mohd A Khan, U Dubey, P gupta, P Thakur, P Nema and S Jain; Chapter 5: Taxonomic Richness and Peculiarities in the Himalaya Fish Fauna (Indian Subcontinent) by P Nautiyal, R Nautiyal and H S Rawat; Chapter 6: Heavy Metal Pollution in Freshwater and its Impact on Fisheries by R K Gupta, K L Jain, S K Gahlawat and N K Yadava; Chapter 7: Effect of Dietary L-Thyroxine Supplementation on Growth of the Indian Major Carps Fry by A K Pandey, P K Arvindakshan and B N Singh; Chapter 8: Nutritional Ecology of Carp (Cyprinus carpio, L) Fingerling, Y R Malhotra and K K Sharma; Chapter 9: Ectoparasitic Diseases in Freshwater Fishes and their Control by R K Gupta, N K Yadava, S K Gahlawat, K L Jain and A S Burman; Chapter 10: Anthropogenic Impacts and the Distribution of Crocodile Salamander (Tylotriton verrucosus Anderson, 1871) in the East Nepal by Kalu Ram Rai, Bharat Raj Subba and Kul Prasad Limbu; Chapter 11: Population Trends of Indian Mugger Crocodiles Crocodylus palustris at Some Selected Sanctuaries in Andhra Prasad, South India by V Vijaya Kumar, B C Choudhury and V C Soni; Chapter 12: Management, Conservation and Farming of Saltwater Crocodiles: An Australian Case Study of Sustainable Commercial Use by Clem Tisdell and Hemanath Swarna Nantha; Chapter 13: Avifau. Bookseller Inventory # 022195

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Environmental Science: Appreciation and Perception

Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8170354897 ISBN 13: 9788170354895

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2008. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi++331p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The book entitled ?Environmental Science: Appreciation and Perception? provides comprehensive guide to the key factors of Environment. There are serval books on the environment which cover just one or other aspect of the Environmental Science. The Purpose of this comprehensive compilation is to analyse and explain the nature, development and possible implications of environmental education as an important Issue. This book is modeled on an architectural design, laying the foundation first and then building the structure with distinct elevation structure. The present book will be useful to the students, research scholars, scientists in the field of Environmental management and ecoplanners, politicians. In short, this book is helpful for every one who is seeking a clear cut understanding of the environment. Content Chapter 1: Bioreclamation of Water as well as Soil Resource with Special Reference to Phytoremediation by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Toxicological Effects Caused by Mercury Contained SWE of a Chlor-alkali Industry on a Nitrogen Fixing BGA and its Detoxification by R K Behera, Alaka Sahu and A K Panigrahi; Chapter 3: Comparative Study of Zooplankton Ecology in the Lakes of Mysore, Karnataka B Padmanabha and S L Belagali; Chapter 4: Effect of Nitrogen on Growth, Nitrogen Fixing Activity and Ammonia Excretion of Salt Tolerant Cyanobacteria by P Amsaveni and S Kannaiyan; Chapter 5: Study of the Effects of Extracts of Ocimum sanctum (Basil Herb) on Phlebotomine Sandflies (Diptera : Psychodide) in Bihar, India by Kundan Lal, P Nath and Ragini Mishra; Chapter 6: Performance of Mentha piperita aginst T castaneum Herbst (Coleoptera : Tenebrionidae) by Sudhakar Gupta; Chapter 7: An Assessment of Soil Fertility: A Case Study of Varahi River Basin, Udupi District by K L Prakash and R K Somashekar; Chapter 8: Thermal and pH Stability of Dibutyl Phthalate: An Antimetabolite of Proline from Streptomyces albidoflavus 321.2 by R N Roy and S K Sen; Chapter 9: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 10: Influence of Load Carrying in Cross Country Mode on Physiological Parameters of Yak (poephagus grunniens L) in Mountainous Terrain of Arunchal Pradesh by B C Das, M Sarkar, D N Das, D Gogoi, A Basu, D B Mondal, M Mazumder, P Bora and M Ahmed; Chapter 11: Seasonal Impact on Per Ovarian Oocyte Retrieval Rate in Buffalo by B C Das, M L Madan, R S Manik and M Sarkar; Chapter 12: Genetic Diversity Studies in Introgressed Lines of Gossypium hirsutum Cotton Using Cluster Analysis by J S V Samba Murthy and N Chamundeswari; Chapter 13: Present Polltion Level in Kolkata and its Abatement by Debojyoti Mitra; Chapter 14: Analysis of Physico-chemical Characteristics to Study the Water Quality Index, Algal Blooms and Eutropohic Conditions of Lakes of Udaipur City, Rajasthan by Dilip K Rathore, P Sharma, G Barupal, S Tyagi, and Krishna Chandra Sonie; Chapter 15: Larvicidal Effect of Quinalphos Against Three Clinically Important Mosquito Species by N Arun Nagendran; Chapter 16: Dry Matter, Leaf Area Index, Root Mass Density and Yield of Bed Planted Wheat Under Irrigation and Different Plant Population by Sukhvinder Singh, H S Uppal, S S Mahal, Avtar Singh and R K Mahey; Chapter 17: Allelopathic Effect of Amaranthus sp on Growth of Oryza sativa by R Antony Pathrose, X Rosary Mary and P Dhasarathan; Chapter 18: Screening of Chickpea Genotypes Against Fusarium Wilt by V K Mandhare, G P Deshmukh and A V Suryawanshi; Chapter 19: Screening of Pigeonpea Genotypes Against Wilt and Sterility Mosaic Disease in Maharashtra by G P Deshmukh, V K Mandhare and A V Suryawanshi; Chapter 20: Assessment of the Quality of Drinking Water in Outer Rural Delhi: Physico-chemical Characteristics by Vijender Singh; Chapter 21: Toxic Effect of Malathion on Quantitative Alteration of Protein in Muscular Tissues of Glossogobius giuris by V Srennivasa. Bookseller Inventory # 022199

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Advanced Ecology

Arvind Kumar,Lalan Kumar Singh

Published by Daya Publishing House (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170354285 ISBN 13: 9788170354284

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . India exhibits a panorama of the ecological conditions of rest of the world within her geographical boundaries. Ecology is a multidisciplinary science. Ecology is regarded as the science which investigates organisms in relation to their environment and a philosophy in which the world of life is interpreted in terms of natural processes. The growing population, relentless marches towards development and the subsequent increasing have forced man towards urbanization and industrialization. The waste, which is posing serious ecological problem, should be recycled in time to keep the ecosystem healthy.;This book is a unique collection of research articles which must be useful to the ecologists, academicians, researchers, administrators, industrialists, environmental lawyers, rural technologists and the interested people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Community Ecology: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: The Invertebrate Colonization During Decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes Solms in the Mouth Zone of Guarei River into Jurumirim Reservoir (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by R Henry and N de L Stripari; Chapter 3: Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bacterial and Fungal Communities of Top Soil in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria by A Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo; Chapter 4: Muga Based Ecological Farming System: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development and Ecorestoration by L N Kakati and B T Kakati; Chapter 5: Water Management and Analysis by K Bayapu Reddy, R V S S L Revathi and T Manjunatha; Chapter 6: Biomonitoring Approach with Benthic Macro-invertebrates for Water Quality Assessment in a Medium Reservoir by Ch Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska; Chapter 7: Diversity of Phyto and Zooplankton with Reference to Pollution Status of Kalavam Bazaar Lake, Arcot, Vellore District by V Indra, V Prabakaran and R Balachandar; Chapter 8: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 9: Air Pollution and Human Body by V Rajendra Prasad, Y Prasanna Kumar, P King and V S R K Prasad; Chapter 10: Requirement of Dietary Vitamin E in Relation to Growth, Feed Conversion and Deficiency Symptoms for the Fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by Ashok K Gupta; Chapter 11: Effect of Metal Poisoning on Total Body Carbohydrate in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae: Hemiptera) by S Mumtazuddin and S Ehyteshamuddin; Chapter 12: A Model Approach for the Water Quality: A Case Study of River Cauvery by A G Nataraj, K L Prakash, R K Somashekar and N Manmohan Rao; Chapter 13: Impact of Tourist Influx on the Courtallam Water Quality Index by G Gitanjali and A Kumaresan; Chapter 14: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 15: Zooplankton Diversity in the Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu by V Indra and R Ramanibai; Chapter 16: The Diversity and Seasonality of Soil Protozoans in Gir Protected Area by Pragna Parikh, Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir; Chapter 17: Investigation on Sub Surface Water Quality of Tarikere Taluk with Special Reference to Physico-Chemical Characteristics by K Harish Babu and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 18: Analysis of Fluoride in the Groundwater of Akola District: A Case Study by S B Thakare, A V Parwate, M Rao; Chapter 19: Parasitic Infection and Drinking Water Quality in Lashkar Township (Gwalior) MP by Naseem Khan, Asha Mathur and R Mathur; Chapter 20: Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) Analysis of Cesspool Environment Soil Samples by J Subashini, N Ramamurthy and G Jagadeesan; Chapter 21: Effect of Stocking Density on the Blood Parameters of Goldfish Carassius auratus by A Elezabeth Mary and M Sakthivel; Chapter 22: Food and Feeding Habits of the Gobiid Fish Pseudapoc Printed Pages: 316. Bookseller Inventory # 59147

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Disaster Ecology and Environment

Kumar, Arvind ed

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ISBN 10: 8170354870 ISBN 13: 9788170354871

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+372p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, Environmental disaster as well as degradation of natural resource has become the global problem. Accelerated conversion of forests with rapid industrialization and urbanization, intensive agriculture, over-explotation, overgrazing, mining and other human activities have resulted in the degradation of both the land and water resources. Environmental disaster is a key threat to socio-economic development (especially in developing countries). This book is the compilation of esteemed articles of internationally acknowledged experts in the field of aquatic biology with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The present book will be useful to the student, research scholars, scientists in the field of Environmental management and ecoplanners, politicians and other people with similar interest. Contents Chapter 1: Contamination Impact of Chemicals Produced by Moulds by Kailash Kumar Sah & Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Impact of Heavy Metals on Algal Flora in Effluent Channel Balanagar, Hyderabad by P Manikya Reddy and D Venugopal Rao; Chapter 3: Studies on Some of the Commercially Important Fishes Caught in the Hobt Rigged with Different Categories of Bridle Lengths by Jaya Naik, B Hanumanthappa and R M Prabhu; Chapter 4: Efficiency of Micro-irrigation in Cane Culture: An Agroclimatic Study for Pune by S Venkataraman; Chapter 5: Length-weight Relationship and Relative Condition Factor of Freshwater Fish Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton) from Sadatpur Lake Near Pravaranagar, Ahmednagar District, Maharashtra by B A Pawar and U H Mane; Chapter 6: Trypanosome Infection and Some Associated Physiological Changes in an Indian Cat-fish, Clarias batrachus (Linnaeus) by Jhuma Saha, Nimai Chandra Saha, Tushar Kanti Mukhopadhyay, Trilochan Midya and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar; Chapter 7: Effect of Nerium odorum Soland, on the Periodicity of Estrous Cycle in Female Albino Rats by Dixit Mukesh and A O Prakash; Chapter 8: Transport and Transformation of Urea Based Fertilizers in an Inceptisol of Orissa by A K Dash, B K Mishra, M Jena and B B Behera; Chapter 9: Genotoxic Effects of 2,4-D and Modifying Effects of Vitamin C Tested in the Somatic Cells of High Bioactivation Strains of Drosophila melanogaster by Niraj K Tripathy; Chapter 10: Seasonal Analysis in the Water Quality of River Ganga by Afreen Zafr and Naheed Sultana; Chapter 11: Effect of Acetazolamide on Body Weight, Organ Weight and Biochemical Parameters in the Kidney of Albino Rat by M Maheshwar and P K Singh; Chapter 12: Study of Flowers of Various Varieties of Hibiscus rosa-sinesis L as an Anti-Solar by S B Patil, m S Kondawar, N S Naikwade and C S Magdum; Chapter 13: Studies on the Impact of Lignite Flyash on Greengram in Pond Ash by N Senthilkumar, S Srinivasan and S Krishnaprabhu; Chapter 14: Study on Mycotoxigenic Fungi and Mycotoxins on Seeds of Mustard (Brassica nigra Koch) by S K Ghosh and C Sengupta; Chapter 15: Growth Performance and Mass Multiplication of Antidiabetic Gymnema Species of Sirumalai Hills by M Poonkothai and R Kumuthakalavalli; Chapter 16: The Role of Proton Driven Antiporters in Na+Resistance and pH Homeostasis in the Lithium-resistant (Li+-R) Mutant of the Cyanobacterium Nostoc muscorum by Santosh Bhargava and Rity Thakur Bais; Chapter 17: Effects of Neem Leaf Extract on Growth Characteristics and Organic Constituents of Trigonella foenum-graceum, L by S L Khapke, R K Aher, D A Bandal, G V Vyavahare, Y b Agre, D B Shelka and Miss R K Shaikh; Chapter 18: 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 19: Influence of PH, Temperature, Carbon and Nitrogen Sources on the Growth of Fungal Species Isolated from Textile Dye Effluent Contaminated Soils by S Devarajan and S M Hameed Sulaiman; Chapter 20: Effect of Triazole on Growth and Chlorop. Bookseller Inventory # 021706

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Ecological Studies: New Horizons

Kumar, Arvind ed

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2005. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+360p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, It was Haeckel who invented the word ecology, which means a study of animals and plants in their relationship to each other and to their environment. Ecological studies deals with the web of life that entangles every species with lives of others and each species with its non-living environment as a whole and each element or factor of that environment. Odum has preferred to define ecology as the study of the structure and function of nature. But new horizon of ecology now relies on a variety of disciplines like physics, chemistry, mathematics, meteorology, climatology, geology, geography, etc. an essential aspect of these studies is concerned with energy transformation occurring within ecosystems. The present book entitled ?Ecological Studies: New Horizons? is an unique compilation of advance research articles of ecology which will be helpful in opening new horizon of ecological studies and will be very much helpful for the students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for those who have interest in ecological studies. Contents Chapter 1: Waning Wetlands: A Need for its Conservation by Arvind Kumar and C Bohra; Chapter 2: Soil Pollution Due to Municipal Solid Waste Disposal: A Case Study by C Bala Murali Krishna, R K Yaji and S Shrihari; Chapter 3: Phytoremediation of Soil Fluoride by Crop Rotation by S R Ambika and S Sumalatha; Chapter 4: Retention of Bases in Tannery Effluent Leachate Run through Amendments Incorporated Soil Column by K Thirunavukarasu and A Christopher Lourduraj; Chapter 5: Study of Correlation of Coefficient of Physical, Chemical and Biological Characteristics with Catalse Activity in Industrially Polluted and Unpolluted Soils of Warangal (D T) A P by B Lalitha Kumari and M A Sinrigara Charya; Chapter 6: 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 7: Use of Modified Ficus religiosa Bark for Scavenging Zinc Ions from Industrial Wastewater by M N Gourkar, P U Meshram and P V Patil; Chapter 8: Utilisation of Municipal Wastewater in Aerobic Composting of Solid Organic Waste of Bhubaneswar City by S P Panda, C S K Mishra and D K Behera; Chapter 9: Dust Accumulation Studies at Hyderabad by Nirmala Babu Rao, I Sobha Rani and Amena; Chapter 10: Maturation Biology and Spawning Ecology of Schizothorax plagiostomus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from River Pinder, Uttaranchal by K L Bisht, Anoop K Dobriyal, H K Joshi, P K Bahuguna and H R Singh; Chapter 11: Bioaccumulation of Trace Metals in Marine Algae (Chaetomorpha) at Tharangambadi Coast South East Coast of India by P Martin Deva Prasath; Chapter 12: Agrometeorological Assessment of Soil Moisture Stress of Kharif Crops on a Weekly Basis for Real-time Use by S Venkataraman; Chapter 13: Environmental impact and Utilization of Fly Ash: A Study of IB-Thermal Power Plant by D K Sahoo, A Behera, Pramila Mishra and N S Meher; Chapter 14: A Study of Lead Contamination in Groundwater, Soil, Paddy Straw, and Milk and Blood of Buffaloes by K Ayyadurai, P Arockia Sahayaraj and M Govindarajulu; Chapter 15: Present Pollution Level in Kolkata and its Abatement by Debojyoti Mitra; Chapter 16: The Effect of Dairy Effluent on Neighbouring Ecosystem by Jyoti Sharma and Anil Kumar Yadav; Chapter 17: Energy Content of the Agro-based Industrial Solid Waste by B G Pachpande, V S Patel, S R Kulkarni, S B Attarde and S T Ingle; Chapter 18: Effects of Nutrients and Oxidising Agent on Degradation of Crude Oil Hydrocarbons in Soil Under Natural Environment by Krishna G Bhattacharyya, Satyendra K Choudhury and Prahash C Sarma; Chapter 19: Ecological Management to Control Sal Tree Mortality by S G Ahmad; Chapter 20: Estimation of Efficacy and Economics of Chemical and Bio-insecticides for Management of Shoot and Fruit Borer of Okra by Rabindra Prasad, Devendra Prasad and Sanjay Kumar Sathi; Chapter 21: Modelling the Impact o. Bookseller Inventory # 021722

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Advances in Applied Phycology

Rajan Kumar Gupta,Vidya Dhar Pandey

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on allied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in he field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology, algal biofertilizers, toxicology, bioremediation, bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology.;;The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological, agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Micro-algal Diazotrophs and their Mutants in Natural and Artificial Symbioses by A Vaishampayan, R P Sing,R K Singh, H K Jaiswal, J P Shahi, T Dey, R P N Mishra, S Sharma, H K Sharma and A B Prasad; Chapter 2: Bioprospecting of Marine Algae by J Rath and S P Adhikary; Chapter 3: Fueling the Future: By Microalgae as a Source of Renewable Energy by C Dayananda,R Sarada and G A Ravishankar; Chapter 4: Factprs Influencing Algicide Production by Microcystis sp and its Effect on Selected Cyanobacteria by P Jaiswal,R Prasanna and P K Singh; Chapter 5: Seaweeds as a Human Diet: An Emerging Trend in the New Millennium by P V Subba Rao, Vaibhav A Mantri, K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: Potential Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria by G Abraham; Chapter 7: ChlorophyII Fluorescence Analysis: A Potential Tool for Rapid Measurement of Photosynthesis by Jagar Narayan Maurya; Chapter 8: Botryococcus: A Hydrocarbon Producing Microalga by Yashveer Singh; Chapter 9: Food, Feed and Nutraceutical Applications of Algae by Vushwanath Prasad and R K Gupta; Chapter 10: Nitrogen Fixing Cyanobacteria and their Potential Applications by K K Choudhary, S S Singh and A K Mishra; Chapter 11: Cyanobacterial Hydrogen Metabolism with Special Reference to Transcriptional Regulation of Hydrogenases by D Vyas and R K Gupta; Chapter 12: Algae and Cyanobacteria as the Living Resources for Sustainable Environmental Management by Chandra Bhushan Singh; Chapter 13: Cyanobacterial Remediation of Heavy Metal Pollution by M R Suseela and Kiran Toppo; Heavy Metal Toxicity to Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Mithir Kumar Das; Chapter 15: Cyanobacterial Toxins: Risks and Impacts on Human Health by B V Singh and Shalini Singh; Chapter 16: Algae and Disease Prevention by U K Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib; Chapter 17: Molecular Approaches to Cyanobacteria by S Singh, B V Singh and D W Dhar; Chapter 18: Organic Farming and Environmental Biodiversity by Y V Singh; Chapter 19: Cyanobacteria as a Source of Pharmaceutical Compounds by V D Pandey, R K Gupta and S K Singh; Chapter 20: Cellular Water in Desiccation-Tolerant Cyanobacteria by B S Tiwari and S N Tripathi; Chapter 21: Nutraceutical, Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Potential of Cyanobacteria by N K Rathore, R Raghuvanshi and S Singh. Printed Pages: 307. Bookseller Inventory # 57799

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Environmental Science: Appreciation and Perception

Arvind Kumar

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The book entitled Environmental Science: Appreciation and Perception provides comprehensive guide to the key factors of Environment. There are serval books on the environment which cover just one or other aspect of the Environmental Science. The Purpose of this comprehensive compilation is to analyse and explain the nature, development and possible implications of environmental education as an important Issue. This book is modeled on an architectural design, laying the foundation first and then building the structure with distinct elevation structure.;;The present book will be useful to the students, research scholars, scientists in the field of Environmental management and ecoplanners, politicians. In short, this book is helpful for every one who is seeking a clear cut understanding of the environment.;;Content;;Chapter 1: Bioreclamation of Water as well as Soil Resource with Special Reference to Phytoremediation by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Toxicological Effects Caused by Mercury Contained SWE of a Chlor-alkali Industry on a Nitrogen Fixing BGA and its Detoxification by R K Behera, Alaka Sahu and A K Panigrahi; Chapter 3: Comparative Study of Zooplankton Ecology in the Lakes of Mysore, Karnataka B Padmanabha and S L Belagali; Chapter 4: Effect of Nitrogen on Growth, Nitrogen Fixing Activity and Ammonia Excretion of Salt Tolerant Cyanobacteria by P Amsaveni and S Kannaiyan; Chapter 5: Study of the Effects of Extracts of Ocimum sanctum (Basil Herb) on Phlebotomine Sandflies (Diptera : Psychodide) in Bihar, India by Kundan Lal, P Nath and Ragini Mishra; Chapter 6: Performance of Mentha piperita aginst T castaneum Herbst (Coleoptera : Tenebrionidae) by Sudhakar Gupta; Chapter 7: An Assessment of Soil Fertility: A Case Study of Varahi River Basin, Udupi District by K L Prakash and R K Somashekar; Chapter 8: Thermal and pH Stability of Dibutyl Phthalate: An Antimetabolite of Proline from Streptomyces albidoflavus 321.2 by R N Roy and S K Sen; Chapter 9: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 10: Influence of Load Carrying in Cross Country Mode on Physiological Parameters of Yak (poephagus grunniens L) in Mountainous Terrain of Arunchal Pradesh by B C Das, M Sarkar, D N Das, D Gogoi, A Basu, D B Mondal, M Mazumder, P Bora and M Ahmed; Chapter 11: Seasonal Impact on Per Ovarian Oocyte Retrieval Rate in Buffalo by B C Das, M L Madan, R S Manik and M Sarkar; Chapter 12: Genetic Diversity Studies in Introgressed Lines of Gossypium hirsutum Cotton Using Cluster Analysis by J S V Samba Murthy and N Chamundeswari; Chapter 13: Present Polltion Level in Kolkata and its Abatement by Debojyoti Mitra; Chapter 14: Analysis of Physico-chemical Characteristics to Study the Water Quality Index, Algal Blooms and Eutropohic Conditions of Lakes of Udaipur City, Rajasthan by Dilip K Rathore, P Sharma, G Barupal, S Tyagi, and Krishna Chandra Sonie; Chapter 15: Larvicidal Effect of Quinalphos Against Three Clinically Important Mosquito Species by N Arun Nagendran; Chapter 16: Dry Matter, Leaf Area Index, Root Mass Density and Yield of Bed Planted Wheat Under Irrigation and Different Plant Population by Sukhvinder Singh, H S Uppal, S S Mahal, Avtar Singh and R K Mahey; Chapter 17: Allelopathic Effect of Amaranthus sp on Growth of Oryza sativa by R Antony Pathrose, X Rosary Mary and P Dhasarathan; Chapter 18: Screening of Chickpea Genotypes Against Fusarium Wilt by V K Mandhare, G P Deshmukh and A V Suryawanshi; Chapter 19: Screening of Pigeonpea Genotypes Against Wilt and Sterility Mosaic Disease in Maharashtra by G P Deshmukh, V K Mandhare and A V Suryawanshi; Chapter 20: Assessment of the Quality of Drinking Water in Outer Rural Delhi: Physico-chemical Characteristics by Vijender Singh; Chapter 21: Toxic Effect of Malathion on Quanti Printed Pages: 342. Bookseller Inventory # 59302

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Perspectives in Animal Ecology and Reproduction, Volume 4

Anil Kumar Verma,V.K. Gupta

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Ecology is the scientific study of the way in which the plants, animals, and people are related to each other and to their environment; and reproduction is the act or the process of producing babies, young animals, or plants. Ecology and animal reproduction forms an important part of curriculum of almost all colleges and universities in India and abroad. Although a host of books on the ecology are available, we did feel the need of a book which can provide information on the diversity of animals inhabiting various ecological niches together with the reproductive strategies adopted by them and to carry out diverse kinds of reproductive-ecological analyses spreading across several types of ecosystem sustaining different kind of flora and fauna.;This volume has been written in a lucid and easy to understand language dealing elaborately with following topics: Animal Ecology; Nematology in India, Freshwater cladocera, Mass production of pulmonate molluscs, Himalayan fish fauna, Heavy metal pollution in freshwater, Growth of the Indian major carps fry, Nutritional ecology of carp fmgerlings, Ectoparasitic diseases in freshwater fishes, Distribution of crocodile salamander in east Nepal, Farming of saltwater crocodiles, Population trends of Indian Mugger crocodiles, Avifauna in Karnataka, Computer in wildlife-communication with birds, Status and conservation of bird fauna in Kerala, Behavioural observations on rhesus monkey; Animal Reproduction; Breeding of the earthworm, Oviposition behaviour of the stem borer, Action of quinines in insect pest control, Hunter reduviide utilization in biological control, Impact of mercury on hypothalamic nuclear center in a freshwater teleost, Annual sexual rhythm in freshwater turtles, Reproductive biology of olive ridley sea turtle, Endocrine disruptor and reproductive health, Alleviation of testicular toxicity in albino rats, Environmental and occupational exposure to metals and reproduction.;The book will be of immense help and hopefully shall fulfill the needs of students, teachers and researchers engaged in the field of animal ecology and reproduction to some extent.;;Chapter 1: Nematology in India: Problems and Perspectives by A K Chaubey, Nidhi Tyagi and Satyandra Kumar; Chapter 2: Freshwater Cladocera (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) from Muriyad Wetlands, Trichur, Kerala by K K Subhashbabu & John Thomas K; Chapter 3: Small-scale Mass Production Strategy for a Reduviid Predator Rhynocoris longifrons Stal (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) by K Sahayaraj and C Ravi; Chapter 4: Studies on the Biodiversity and Population Density of Freshwater Pulmonate Malacofauna of Damoh and Sagar District of M P (India) by M Bhinde, Mohd A Khan, U Dubey, P gupta, P Thakur, P Nema and S Jain; Chapter 5: Taxonomic Richness and Peculiarities in the Himalaya Fish Fauna (Indian Subcontinent) by P Nautiyal, R Nautiyal and H S Rawat; Chapter 6: Heavy Metal Pollution in Freshwater and its Impact on Fisheries by R K Gupta, K L Jain, S K Gahlawat and N K Yadava; Chapter 7: Effect of Dietary L-Thyroxine Supplementation on Growth of the Indian Major Carps Fry by A K Pandey, P K Arvindakshan and B N Singh; Chapter 8: Nutritional Ecology of Carp (Cyprinus carpio, L) Fingerling, Y R Malhotra and K K Sharma; Chapter 9: Ectoparasitic Diseases in Freshwater Fishes and their Control by R K Gupta, N K Yadava, S K Gahlawat, K L Jain and A S Burman; Chapter 10: Anthropogenic Impacts and the Distribution of Crocodile Salamander (Tylotriton verrucosus Anderson, 1871) in the East Nepal by Kalu Ram Rai, Bharat Raj Subba and Kul Prasad Limbu; Chapter 11: Population Trends of Indian Mugger Crocodiles Crocodylus palustris at Some Selected Sanctuaries in Andhra Prasad, South India by V Vijaya Kumar, B C Choudhury and V C Soni; Chapter 12: Management, Conservation and Farming of Saltwater Crocodiles: An Australian Case Study of Su Printed Pages: 564. Bookseller Inventory # 59191

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Modern Trends of Research in Ecology and Environmental Science

B K Dutta and Abhik Gupta

Published by Mittal, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183241425 ISBN 13: 9788183241427

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Item Description: Mittal, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Mawphlang sacred grove a case study of in Situ conservation of biodiversity/B. Myrboh H. Kayang D. Syiem and B. Kharbuli. 2. Conservation of floristic diversity of North Eastern Himalayan region a discussion/D.P. Dam and N. Dam. 3. Biodiversity and natural resources of Santhal Parganas forest need for its conservation/Manoj Kumar Sinha and Jayashree Datta Munshi. 4. Phytodiversity of medicinal flora of Santhal Pargana vis a vis human interference/R.K. Sinha and Rajesh Ranjan. 5. Shifting cultivation a major threat of environmental degradation in North East India/Kuntala N. Barua A. Baruah J. Singh and I.P. Bora. 6. Impact of shifting cultivation on environment in the North East India and its sustainability/Niranjan Roy and P. C. Dutta. 7. A survey of earthworms in Lusai Hills Mizoram/S.N. Ramanujam and B. Roy. 8. Potential of organic pesticides in the management of insect pests in the tea agro ecosystem/B.K. Dutta Parthankar Choudhury and P.C. Bhattacharjee. 9. Study of some basidimycetous mycoflora of Karimgajn/Sakhi Dutta and P.K. Nath. 10. Study of fungi present in the rice cakes used for indigenous fermentation of ethyl alcohol in North East India/P.K. Nath Sakhi Dutta and Soneswar Sarma. 11. Allelopathic effect of dryopteris filix mas (L) Schott on the germination and growth of vegetable crops/Minakshi Sengupta and S.K. Sarma. 12. Sequential sampling technique for ecologically sustainable management of Late Blight of potato/G.K.N. Chettry. 13. Exploitation of Alkaloid and Saponin from plant resources of Santhal Parganas Bihar/Manoj Kumar Sinha J. Datta Munshi and J.S. Datta Munshi. 14. Effect of solid waste disposal of Cachar paper mill on the soil microbes and colonization of higher plants/M. Sinha G.D. Sharma and KSH L.B. Singha. 15. Developmental behaviour of different economically important tree species in the degraded soil of Jalukbari Hill slopes of Assam/T. Dutta and S.K. Sarma. 16. Impact of paper mill waste on Channa Punctatus/B. Roy and S. Gupta. 17. Effects of pollution on the microbial community in air and water and their association with human diseases/S. Bhattacharjee and G.D. Sharma. 18. Socio economic status of fisher folks in the river Islands of Brahmaputra river a case study of Saikhowa Chapori/S. Boruah and S.P. Biswas. 19. Socio economic development of North East India with special reference to the problems of urbanisation/P.C. Dutta and Niranjan Roy. 20. Problems and prospects of resource management in Yangse Valley of Arunachal Himalaya/Zahid Husain. 21. Remote sensing a potential tool for environmental management/Upendra Kumar and Rajib Kumar Bhattacharjya. 22. Communication for sustainable rural development/Biplab Loha Choudhury. Index. Despite having a very rich heritage of biodiversity India is facing large scale depletion of the forest cover. Anthropogenic activity felling of trees rapid industrialisation urbanisation habitat destruction and pollution are also leading many of the plant and animal species to extinction and putting some species on the verge of extinction. Similar pattern of destruction of habitat and over exploitation of natural resources are causing depletion of biodiversity in the country as a whole. This book attempts to highlight the problems and different issues relating to biodiversity. It suggests remedial measures in general and for the North East region in particular. The researches being carried out on the subject have been focused and adequately highlighted. The articles contributed by the established scholars present a fairly comprehensive account of the biodiversity related problems in India and their conservational/remedial measures. The book should be of immense use to students teachers scientists professionals policy makers and intellectuals in dealing with the problems related to environment and biodiversity conservation. 234 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 67772

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Ecological Studies: New Horizons

Arvind Kumar

Published by Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House (2005)

ISBN 10: 817035384X ISBN 13: 9788170353843

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Item Description: Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . It was Haeckel who invented the word ecology, which means a study of animals and plants in their relationship to each other and to their environment. Ecological studies deals with the web of life that entangles every species with lives of others and each species with its non-living environment as a whole and each element or factor of that environment. Odum has preferred to define ecology as the study of the structure and function of nature. But new horizon of ecology now relies on a variety of disciplines like physics, chemistry, mathematics, meteorology, climatology, geology, geography, etc. an essential aspect of these studies is concerned with energy transformation occurring within ecosystems. The present book entitled ?Ecological Studies: New Horizons? is an unique compilation of advance research articles of ecology which will be helpful in opening new horizon of ecological studies and will be very much helpful for the students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for those who have interest in ecological studies.Contents: Contents Chapter 1: Waning Wetlands: A Need for its Conservation by Arvind Kumar and C Bohra Chapter 2: Soil Pollution Due to Municipal Solid Waste Disposal: A Case Study by C Bala Murali Krishna, R K Yaji and S Shrihari Chapter 3: Phytoremediation of Soil Fluoride by Crop Rotation by S R Ambika and S Sumalatha Chapter 4: Retention of Bases in Tannery Effluent Leachate Run through Amendments Incorporated Soil Column by K Thirunavukarasu and A Christopher Lourduraj Chapter 5: Study of Correlation of Coefficient of Physical, Chemical and Biological Characteristics with Catalse Activity in Industrially Polluted and Unpolluted Soils of Warangal (D T) A P by B Lalitha Kumari and M A Sinrigara Charya Chapter 6: 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 7: Use of Modified Ficus religiosa Bark for Scavenging Zinc Ions from Industrial Wastewater by M N Gourkar, P U Meshram and P V Patil Chapter 8: Utilisation of Municipal Wastewater in Aerobic Composting of Solid Organic Waste of Bhubaneswar City by S P Panda, C S K Mishra and D K Behera Chapter 9: Dust Accumulation Studies at Hyderabad by Nirmala Babu Rao, I Sobha Rani and Amena Chapter 10: Maturation Biology and Spawning Ecology of Schizothorax plagiostomus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from River Pinder, Uttaranchal by K L Bisht, Anoop K Dobriyal, H K Joshi, P K Bahuguna and H R Singh Chapter 11: Bioaccumulation of Trace Metals in Marine Algae (Chaetomorpha) at Tharangambadi Coast South East Coast of India by P Martin Deva Prasath Chapter 12: Agrometeorological Assessment of Soil Moisture Stress of Kharif Crops on a Weekly Basis for Real-time Use by S Venkataraman Chapter 13: Environmental impact and Utilization of Fly Ash: A Study of IB-Thermal Power Plant by D K Sahoo, A Behera, Pramila Mishra and N S Meher Chapter 14: A Study of Lead Contamination in Groundwater, Soil, Paddy Straw, and Milk and Blood of Buffaloes by K Ayyadurai, P Arockia Sahayaraj and M Govindarajulu Chapter 15: Present Pollution Level in Kolkata and its Abatement by Debojyoti Mitra Chapter 16: The Effect of Dairy Effluent on Neighbouring Ecosystem by Jyoti Sharma and Anil Kumar Yadav Chapter 17: Energy Content of the Agro-based Industrial Solid Waste by B G Pachpande, V S Patel, S R Kulkarni, S B Attarde and S T Ingle Chapter 18: Effects of Nutrients and Oxidising Agent on Degradation of Crude Oil Hydrocarbons in Soil Under Natural Environment by Krishna G Bhattacharyya, Satyendra K Choudhury and Prahash C Sarma Chapter 19: Ecological Management to Control Sal Tree Mortality by S G Ahmad Chapter 20: Estimation of Efficacy and Economics of Chemical and Bio-insecticides for Management of Shoot and Fruit Borer of Okr Printed Pages: 303. Bookseller Inventory # 71331

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Forest Ecology and Management: Vol. 65 Nos. 2-3 (completing Volume 65), June 1994

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Item Description: Elsevier, Amsterdam, Volume 65/2-3 (1994), 1994. Softcover, 4to, 310pp. - Good copy only, creased covers, bump to tail of spine (the outer paper layer has been re-glued) and some underlining within the editorial section. The text remains clean with no annotations, underlinings or other marks. - Contents: Effect on the water yield of the Luchelemu catchment in Malawi of replacing indigenous grasses with timber plantations by E. J. Mwendera; Germination ecology of two endemic multipurpose species of Erythrina from Ethiopia by Demel Teketay; Effects of slash burning on soil phosphorus fractions and sorption and desorption of phosphorus by J. Romanyà, P. K. Khanna and R. J. Raison; Occurrence of naturally regenerated and planted main crop plants in plantations in boreal Sweden by Lennart Ackzell, Björn Elfving and Dag Lindgren; Growth and competition in partially cut sub-alpine Norway spruce forests in northern Sweden by Lars Lundqvist; A method for predicting tree dimensions in Scots pine and Norway spruce stands by Timo Pukkala, Taneli Kolström and Jari Miina; Biomass production and distribution of roots in three stands of Populus deltoides by Sunil Puri, Virendra Singh, Bharat Bhushan and Shambhu Singh; Litterfall and nutrient release by decomposition in three plantations compared with a natural forest in the Ethiopian highland by N. Lisanework and A. Michelsen; Spatial sporophore pattern of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a hornbeam (Carpinus betulus L.) forest by Germund Tyler; The development of woody vegetation in the first 6 years following clear-cutting of a hardwood forest for a utility right-of-way by Doug Brown; Performance of 25 Central American dry zone hardwoods in a pantropical series of species elimination trials by J. L. Stewart and A. J. Dunsdon; Herbage yield in agroforestry systems as a function of easily measured attributes of the tree canopy by A. R. Sibbald, J. H. Griffiths and D. A. Elston; The influence of climate change on the productivity of Scots pine, Norway spruce, Pendula birch and Pubescent birch in southern and northern Finland by Seppo Kellomäki and Marja Kolström; Growth response and recovery of 15N-fertilizer one and eight growing seasons after application to lodgepole pine in British Columbia by C. M. Preston and D. J. Mead; Autecological response of Kalmia angustifolia to forest types and disturbance regimes by A. U. Mallik; Sustainable joint forest management through bargaining: a bilateral monopoly gaming approach by Shashi Kant and J. C. Nautiyal; Loss of nitrogen and bases after fertilization of second-growth hardwood forest soils by J. A. Stanturf and E. L. Stone; Structural, floristic and edaphic attributes of the grassland-shola forests of Eravikulam in peninsular India by Shibu Jose, A. Sreepathy, B. Mohan Kumar and V. K. Venugopal; Book Reviews: Growth and water use of forest plantations; Tropical forests and climate; Plantation forestry in the tropics; Palms in the Amazonian ecosystems; Forest regeneration. Bookseller Inventory # 1987

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Ecology and Environment

H B Singh

Published by Shree, New Delhi (2006)

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Item Description: Shree, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Ecology definition and meaning. 2. Scope of ecology and its roles. 3. Landscape ecology. 4. Ecosystem ecology. 5. Population ecology. 6. Generic ecosystem. 7. Global ecosystems. 8. Biogeochemical cycles. 9. Ecology adaptation and evolution. 10. Ecology of aggregations. 11. Implications for experimental and natural coastal ecosystem. 12. Ecology and the politicolegal system. 13. Scaling issues in experimental ecology freshwater ecosystems. 14. Problem of scale in experimental ecology. Bibliography. Index. The introductory general ecology and environment text features a strong emphasis or helping students grasp the main concepts of ecology while keeping the presentation more applied than theoretical. An evolutionary perspective forms the foundation of the entire discussion. Evolution is brought to center stage throughout the book as it is needed to support understanding of major concepts. The discussion being with a brief introduction to the nature and history of the discipline of ecology. This book is for the principles of ecology especially community and population ecology. Provides an introduction to all the basic concepts in ecology and environment and reviews all the milestone studies in the field. Further it indicates recent trends in research in the field. The language has been kept simple and equations listed are explained very well. Graphs pictures and diagrams support the text and useful in enlightening the reader on key concepts. 369 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 59259

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Algai Biology and Biotechnology

J I S Khattar; D P Singh and Gurpreet Kaur

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Item Description: I K International, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Morpho taxonomy of coccoid cyanobacteria/G.L. Tiwari V.K. Dwivedi Richa Tandon O.N. Tiwari and Rama Kant. 2. Cyanobacterial ecology and molecular approaches for biodiversity analysis/O. Avijeet Singh O.N. Tiwari K. Laxmipriya S. Deepa Devi and M. Rohinikumar Singh. 3. Cyanobacteria and micro algae on building facades and stone surface of monuments an ecophysiological prospective/L.K. Samad and S.P. Adhikary. 4. Some secrets of ubiquity in cyanobacteria/S.P. Singh. 5. Akinete differentiation in cyanobacteria/T.A. Sarma. 6. Nitrogen metabolism in Cyanobacteria/Mayashree B. Syiem Arvind K. Singh and A.N. Rai. 7. Developments in cyanobacterial biofertilizer/B.D. Kaushik. 8. Distribution preservation and maintenance of cyanobacterial diversity and their application as biofertilizer/L. Sophiya Gunapati Oinam M.K. Leingaklemba H. Boboy Singh O.N. Tiwari and M. Rohinikumar Singh. 9. Cyanobacterial diversity in wheat fields Taxonomic and functional aspects/Radha Prasanna N. Kartheyan M. Joshi A. Rana and Lata. 10. Microalgae A source of natural colours/Gurpreet Kaur J.I.S. Khattar D.P. Singh Yadvinder Singh and Jeevesh Nadda. 11. A decade Odyssey with cyanobacteria As a source of bioactive molecules and a model for salt stress study/R.K. Asthana. 12. Seaweeds A survey of research and utilization/P.V. Subba Rao K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar. 13. Cyanobacterial toxins and public health issues/N.K. Singh S. Saxena O.N. Tiwari and Dolly Wattal Dhar. 14. Secondary metabolite production in cyanobacteria/R. Ashwin Kumar and S.K. Verma. 15. Renewable energy sources potential of microalgae for production of environmental friendly biofuel/Jitender Anjuly Sood Amita Mahajan and A.S. Ahluwalia. 16. Bioremediation of wastewater and role of microalgae/Rajv Kumar and Dinesh Goyal. 17. Role of cyanobacterial oxidases in bioremediation an overview/L. Uma D. Prabaharan B. Priya and G. Subramanian. Index. In the recent past many advances have been made in the field of biology and biotechnology of algae especially microalgae. This book includes chapters on taxonomy diversity and physiology of blue green algae as these organisms are most important from biotechnological point of view. Use of algae as biofertilizer source of natural colours bioactive compounds phytochemicals with pharmaceutical and biotechnological applications food and feed has been discussed. Environmental pollution is the major problem all over the world. The potential of algae in combating water pollution is also highlighted. Depleting fossil fuel is another concern and it is felt that there is a need for alternative renewable resources. Algae as a potential source of biofuel are also discussed in this book. 266 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 73946

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Disaster Ecology and Environment

Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya, Delhi (2007)

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Contamination impact of chemicals produced by moulds/Kailash Kumar Sah and Arvind Kumar. 2. Impact of heavy metals on algal flora in effluent channels Balanagar Hyderabad/P. Manikya Reddy and D. Venugopal Rao. 3. Studies on some of the commercially important fishes caught in the Hobt Rigged with different categories of bridle lengths/Jaya Naik B. Hanumanthappa and R.M. Prabhu. 4. Efficiency of micro irrigation in Cane Culture an agroclimatic study for Pune/S. Venkataraman. 5. Length weight relationship and relative condition factor of freshwater fish Glossogobius Giuris (Hamilton) from Sadatpur Lake Near Pravaranagar Ahmednagar District Maharashtra/B.A. Pawar and U.H. Mane. 6. Trypanosome infection and some associated physiological changes in an Indian Cat fish Clarias batrachus (Linnaeus)/Jhuma Saha Nimai Chandra Saha Tushar Kanti Mukhopadhyay Trilochan Midya and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar. 7. Effect of Nerium odorum Soland on the periodicity of estrous cycle in female Albino Rates/Dixit Mukesh and A.O. Prakash. 8. Transport and transformation of Urea based fertilizers in an Inceptisol of Orissa/A.K. Dash B.K. Mishra M. Jena and B.B. Behera. 9. Genotoxic effects of 2 4 D and modifying effects of Vitamin C tested in the Somatic Cells of High Bioactivation Strains of Drosophila Melanogaster/Niraj K. Tripathy. 10. Seasonal analysis in the water quality of River Ganga/Afreen Zafr and Naheed Sultana. 11. Effect of acetazolamide on body weight organ weight and biochemical parameters in the kidney of Albino Rat/M. Maheshwar and P.K. Singh. 12. Study of flowers of various varieties of Hibiscus rosa sinesis L. as an anti solar/S.B. Patil M.S. Kondawar N.S. Naikwade and C.S. Magdum. 13. Studies on the impact of Lignite Flyash on Greengram in Pond Ash/N. Senthilkumar S. Srinivasan and S. Krishnaprabu. 14. Study on mycotoxigenic fungi and mycotoxins on seeds of mustard (Brassica nigra Koch)/S.K. Ghosh and C. Sengupta. 15. Growth performance and mass multiplication of Antidiabetic Gymnema species of Sirumalai Hills/M. Poonkothai and R. Kumuthakalavalli. 16. The role of proton driven antiporters in Na+ resistance and pH Homeostasis in the Lithium Resistant (Li+ R) mutant of the Cyanobacterium Nostoc muscorum/Santosh Bhargava and Ritu Thakur Bais. 17. Effects of Neem Leaf extract on growth characteristics and organic constituents of Trigonella Foenum Graceum L./S.L. Khapke R.K. Aher D.A. Bandal G.V. Vyavahare Y.B. Agre D.B. Shelake and R.K. Shaikh. 18. Toxic effect of high chromium intake on the human body and chromium removal from water with low cost adsorbents/Jyotsna Lal and Kanchan Sachan. 19. Influence of pH temperature carbon and nitrogen sources on the growth of fungal species isolated from textile dye effluent contaminated soils/S. Devarajan and S.M. Hameed Sulaiman. 20. Effect of Triazole on growth and Chlorophyll Pigments in Radish/R. Sridharan A. Kishorekumar R. Somasundaram P. Manivannan G.M. Alagu Lakshmanan M. Gomathinayagam and R. Panneerselvam. 21. Saccharification studies by a thermophilic fungus sporotrichum thermophile isolated from agriculture waste of Bhopal/Rajhans Singh Namita Singh Anil Prakash and Sarika Poonia. 22. Fly ash soil amendment technique a harbinger to enhanced vegetable production in Jharkhand/N. Tripathi P.K. Mishra R.S. Singh and P.S.M. Tripathi. 23. Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) among flourmill workers a case study of Jalgaon City Maharashtra/S.B. Attarde and S.T. Ingle. 24. Alleopathic potential of Vicia sativa L. on germination growth and dry matter production in wheat/A. Rahman and Musarrat Jabeen. 25. The role of abiotic factors in the distributional patterns of Acarina and Collembola in the sub tropical forest ecosystem of Manipur/Chitrapati and Binoy Singh. 26. Influence of ecological factors to the agroecosystem of paddy in Imphal Valley special reference to biomass/S.R. Singh P. Rukamani Devi N.B. Devi W.K. Devi and N.S. Devi. 27. Effect of different layouts and mulches on gr. Bookseller Inventory # 65366

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Hazard Ecology : Approaches and Techniques

Edited by B.W. Pandey

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Item Description: Mittal Publications, 2010. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Spatial modeling of regeneration mechanism for forest conservation at landscape levelYasumasa Hirta Kaori Sto Atsushi Sakai Shigeho Sato and Shigeo Kuramoto 2 Monitoring soil erosion in a recultivation mining area using hyperspectral imaging and laser scanningS Haubrock S Chabrillat and H Kaufmann 3 Impact of environmental hazards in upper Kullu ValleyBW Pandey 4 Oblique Aerial Photography using digital multi-image photogrammetry for survey flights below clouds a new tool for natural hazard studies and glacier monitoringLars Gleitsmann 5 Approaches to Kyoto afforestation reforestation and deforestation mapping in Siberia using object oriented change detection methodsS Hese and C Schmullius 6  Numerical method for uncertainty assessment of the topographic parameters derived from DEMsB Bajat S Rath and D Blagojevic 7 Assessment of the potential of the normalized difference vegetation index for forest fire risk classificationA Gabban and J San-Miguel-Ayanz 8 Sensing forecasting and risk assessment-an integrated method to model high resolution Data for floodplain representations in hydrodynamic simulationsS Rath and B Bajat 9 Examination of drought vulnerability with GIS tools-somogy county case studySz Bella A Nemeth and S Szalai 10 Multi-scale application of spatial metrics for quantifying forest spatial structure and diversity from Corine Land Cover and FMERS-WIFS Raster DataNC Nielsen and GA Blackburn 11 Regionalisation of climatic values for ecological site classification by growth simulator Sibyla with GISMarek Fabrika Jan Dursky Hans Pretzsch and Branislav Sloboda 12 Geo atmospheric hazards in Alaknanda basic-the Garhwal HimalyaMohan Panwar and Mamta Sharma 13 Assessment of Geo-hydrological hazards in watersheds of Upper Yamuna-Tons Basin-the Garhwal HimalayaNawal Prakash 14 Spatial analysis of landslides Hazard in Alaknanda Basin-the Garhwal HimalayaMohan Panwar and VS Negi 15 Impact of vehicular pollution on the environment of DelhiNP Singh 16 Hazard of soil erosion in Ravine Region of Yamuna-Chambal DoabManish Kumar Semwal 17 Remote sensing and geographical information system application in drought assessmentAnil Pal MSS Rawat SK Pal and CB Pal 18 Anatomy of cyclone disaster and storm surges over coastal Andhra PradeshUshvinder Kaur 19 Application of remote sensing and GIS for natural hazard reductionRupesh Kumar Gupta 20 Hazard reduction and disaster mitigationSheel Kumar and PM Tripathi 21 Remedial technologies of industrial pollutionAnupama M Hasija 22 Floods in Bihar management and control-a trans-boundary approachKhusro Moin 23 Changes in the atmospheric Methane concentration in the Arctic and Antarctic regions for the last 110 years deduced from NGRIP and Dome Fuji Deep Ice CoresS Aoki K Kawamura T Mori T Anakazawa Y Fujii and O Watanabe 24 Wetlands-a development paradox-the Dilemma of South ChennaiDipankar C Patnik Priya Srihari and Subhash Anand 25 Geomorphological interpretation of natural hazards in North-East IndiaDhrubajyori Sahariah and Subhash Anand 26 Global warming-issues and challengesChitra Sejwar IndexLand is a primary resource and is utilization has always been the focal theme in understanding the historical development of various civilizations in the world Increasing the load of the billions of population the importance of studies and research on land utilization have become an urgent need to reduce the regional imbalances in development and to attain the sustainable development through the enhancement in global food security and human habitations It is well-known fact that whole land available in the world is not suitable for utilization Hence it is visualized that how land can be put to its proper use according to its potential and capability Analysis of the utilization and management of land resources in the world is very much necessary because it ensures the best possible advantages of land in an enduring manner to its people Therefore it is believed that land resource show a r. Bookseller Inventory # 88616

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Medicinal Plants in Changing Environment

Edited by Altaf Ahmad, Tariq O. Siddiqi and Muhammad Iqbal

Published by Capital Publishing Company (2011)

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Item Description: Capital Publishing Company, 2011. tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Characterization of controversial plant drugs and effect of changing environment on active ingredientsM Iqbal A Ahmad and TO Siddiqi 2 Non-transgenic molecular approaches for improving Cymbopogon species for aromatic and medicinal usesJ Kumar and PK Gupta 3 Influence of trace elements pollution on medicinal chemistry and physiology of lichensM Bouziane D Cuny MA Rzepka M Draoui JP Huvenne C Van Haluwyn PH Herin and D Couturier 4 Secondary metabolite production of medicinal and aromatic plants as influenced by nutrients and heavy metalsAHA Farooqi and S Haque 5 Turkish Mediterranean medicinal plants in the face of climate changeM Ozturk S Gucel E Altundag and S Celik 6 Genetic capacity of some medicinal plants to accumulate heavy metalsE Alirzayeva T Shirvani V Ali-Zade V Romheld and I Cakmak 7 Environmental stress enhances the level of secondary metabolites in medicinal plantsDP Katare and M Bora 8 Lead and salinity stress in plants with special reference to artemisia annua and cassia angustifoliaMI Qureshi M Iqbal and MZ Abdin 9 Conservation and reproductive biology of aconitum heterophyllum and Podophyllum hexandrumSY Beigh A Arshi IA Nawchoo IM Aref and M Iqbal 10 Conservation of medicinal and aromatic plants of Northeast IndiaP Tandon S Kumaria and H Kayang 11 Relevance of biotechnological tools for conservation of plant resourcesMNV Prasad K Padmalatha K Jayaram and NL Raju 12 Taxonomy ecology and distribution of medicinally important herbaceous species of phyllanthus in IndiaRR Rao Vishwanatha RN Kulkarni and R Murugan 13 Authentication of medicinal plants phyllanthus amarusS Khan 14 Techniques for seed germination and cultivation of some desert medicinal plantsPK Kasera S Mohammed and DN Sen 15 Phytochemistry and pharmacology of some medicinal plantsS Ahmad M Singh ET Tamboli M Garg and R Parveen 16 Medicinal plants as a potential source of biopesticidesV Agrawal and V Yandey 17 Allelopathic effect of medicinal herbs on rice growing environmentKK Baruah K Das and B Gogoi IndexGradual changes in the environment have borne tremendous impact on growth performance of plants which has been duly documented However it seems that properties of medicinal plants in relation to environmental changes are yet to be evaluated as thoroughly as to satisfy a variety of relevant queries and concerns This book Medicinal Plants in Changing Environment comprising 17 chapters on relevant topics contributed by experts of the subject in question This will cater to the need of all those working on dealing with or even thinking about environmental issues andor medicinal plants 326 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 91463

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Inland Water Resources India (2 Vols-Set)

M.K. Durga Prasad & P. Sankara

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Item Description: Discovery, India. Book Condition: New. Contents: Vol. I: I. Water quality and hydrochemistry: 1. Salt water intrusion mechanism along the coastal aquifer Malappuram district Kerala/D. Chandrasekhram. 2. Agricultural utility of groundwater from part of Rewa district Madhya Pradesh India/Yamuna Singh. 3. Irrigational quality of groundwater from Pliocene and lower Miocene aquifers of Cauvery delta Tamil Nadu/S. Sathyamoorthy and N. Dhakshinamoorthy. 4. Groundwater quality a case study of textile industrial city Coimbatore India/N. Someswara Rao T.N.V. Venkateswara Rao D. Jagannadha Rao and B. Narasimha Murthy. 5. Study on the suitability of groundwater for drinking and irrigation from a coastal sandstone belt Guntur district Andhra Pradesh/D. Srinivasau and P. Sankara Pitchaiah. 6. Hydrogeochemical studies of groundwaters in Mamundiyar basin Tamil Nadu India/P.R. Srinivasan N. Dhakshinamoorthy and A. Balasubramanian. 7. Hydrogeochemistry of groundwater in a coastal sandstone belt Guntur district Andhra Pradesh/P. Sankara Pitchaiah and D. Srinivasu. 8. Geochemical studies of hot spring and deep bore hole waters of Manikaran Himachal Pradesh India/V.K. Saxena. II. Biotic components of water: 9. Groundwater quality from Guntur Municipal Corporation Andhra Pradesh/K. Rajendra Rao and P. Sankara Pitchaiah. 11. A study on the water quality plankton and fish yield in a carp culture pond in Guntur district Andhra Pradesh/P. Padmavathi M.K. Durga Prasad and P. Ajitha. 12. Impact of groundwater development and industrial pollution on environment/N. Kittu and P.R. Subramanian. 13. A study on the mass removal of unwanted fish in the carp culture ponds of lower deltaic region of river Krishna South India/P. Madhaveelatha and M.K. Durga Prasad. 14. Distribution composition and numerical abundance of benthic macrofauna of a tropical lake/S.M. Anwar Batcha. 15. Evaluation of water quality and trophic status of Sagar lake/Gunwant Joshi and A.D. Adoni. 16. Fungal digestion of deproteinized leaf juice from two aquatic weeds for SCP production and BOD reduction/Sunanda Chanda. 17. On the phytoplankton flora of a few temple tanks in Madras and their unique phycobiocoenoses/N. Jeeji Bai and D. Lakshmi. 18. Physico chemical and biological characteristics of Balal lake Bodhan Nizamabad district Andhra Pradesh/A. Sayeeswari and M.A. Singara Charya. 19. Trend and interannual variability of rainfall in Purulia district West Bengal/T.N. Tiwari and Milina Priyadarshini. 20. Utility of macroinvertebrates in biological water quality in some central Indian rivers/K.S. Rao S. Shrivastava U. Choubey and N.K. Dad. 21. Utilization aspects of some aquatic plants/Anjana Dewanji. 22. Ecology of fishes in wetland ecosystems of Kashmir with emphasis on their management/A.K. Pandit. 23. Water quality and periphytic algal component of some macrophytes of Anchar lake Kashmir/S.C. Sarwar. Vol. II: III. Methodology: 24. Analysis of groundwater flow regime through simulation models/M. Thangarajan V.S. Singh and K. Subramanian. 25. A systems approach to resources development and management/A.K. Rastogi. 26. Finite element approach for water resources planning/Ashok Kumar Saint S.R. Singh and M.P. Kaushal. 27. Flood simulation in Adyar river system/S. Mohan H. Raman and K. Srinivasa Raju. 28. Numerical modeling for the estimation of recharge in Tiruchirapalli aquifers Tamil Nadu/S. Sathyamoorthy N. Dhakshinamoorthy and A. Balasubramanian. 29. Theory and methods of mathematical modeling in connection with the evaluation of hydrogeological characteristics in hard rock terrain of Bankura district West Bengal/P.K. Das. 30. Watch a Fortran 77 program for processing the analytical hydrochemical data/A. Ramanathan and D. Chandrasekharam. IV. Pollution studies: 31. The effect of hot water effluents from a thermal power plant on the hydrography and plankton or river Krishna near Ibrahimpatnam Vijaywada (A.P.) a case study/P. Ajitha M.K. Durga Prasad P.S.R. Anjaneyulu and P. Padmavathi. 32. Concentration of toxic trace elemen. Bookseller Inventory # 239

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Environmental Science : Appreciation and Perception

Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya, New Delhi (2008)

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Item Description: Daya, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Bioreclamation of water as well as soil resource with special reference to phytoremediation/Arvind Kumar. 2. Toxicological effects caused by mercury contained SWE of a chlor alkali industry on a nitrogen fixing BGA and its detoxification/R.K. Behera Alaka Sahu and A.K. Panigrahi. 3. Comparative study of zooplankton ecology in the lakes of Mysore Karnataka/B. Padmanabha and S.L. Belagali. 4. Effect of Nitrogen on growth nitrogen fixing activity and ammonia excretion of salt tolerant cyanobacteria/P. Amsaveni and S. Kannaiyan. 5. Study of the effects of extracts of Ocimum sanctum (Basil Herb) on phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera Psychodidae) in Bihar India/Kundan Lal P. Nath and Ragini Mishra. 6. Performance of Mentha piperita against T. Castaneum Herbst (Coleoptera tenebrionidae)/Sudhakar Gupta. 7. An assessment of soil fertility a case study of Varahi River Basin Udupi District/K.L. Prakash and R.K. Somashekar. 8. Thermal and pH stability of Dibutyl Phthalate an antimetabolite of proline from streptomyces albidoflavus 321.2/R.N. Roy and S.K. Sen. 9. Biochemical changes in the Snail Bellamya Bengalensis (Lamarck) under toxic stress of sumicidin/P.H. Rohankar and K.M. Kulkarni. 10. influence of load carrying in cross country mode on physiological parameters of Yak (Poephagus grunniens L.) in mountainous terrain of Arunachal Pradesh/B.C. Das M. Sarkar D.N. Das D. Gogoi A. Basu D.B. Mondal M. Mazumder P. Bora and M. Ahmed. 11. Seasonal impact on per ovarian oocyte retrieval rate in Buffalo/B.C. Das M.L. Madan R.S. Manik and M. Sarkar. 12. Genetic diversity studies in introgressed lines of Gossypium hirsutum cotton using cluster analysis/J.S.V. Samba Murthy and N. Chamundeswari. 13. Present pollution level in Kolkata and its abatement/Debojyoti Mitra. 14. Analysis of physico chemical characteristics to study the water quality index Algal Blooms and Eutrophic conditions of lakes of Udaipur City Rajasthan/Dilip K. Rathore P. Sharma G. Barupal S. Tyagi and Krishna Chandra Sonie. 15. Larvicidal effect of quinalphos against three clinically important mosquito species/N. Arun Nagendran. 16. Dry matter leaf area index roote mass density and yield of bed planted wheat under irrigation and different plant population/Sukhvinder Singh H.S. Uppal S.S. Mahal Avtar Singh and R.K. Mahey. 17. Allelopathic effect of Amaranthus sp. on growth of Oryza sativa/R. Antony Pathrose X. Rosary Mary and P. Dhasarathan. 18. Screening of chickpea genotypes against fusarium wilt/V.K. Mandhare G.P. Deshmukh and A.V. Suryawanshi. 19. Screening of pigeonpea genotypes against wilt and sterility mosaic disease in Maharashtra/G.P. Deshmukh V.K. Mandhare and A.V. Suryawanshi. 20. Assessment of the quality of drinking water in outer rural Delhi physico chemical characteristics/Vijender Singh. 21. Toxic effect of Malathion on quantitative alteration of protein in muscular tissues of glossogobius giuris/V. Sreenivasa V. Aravindan M.B. Nadoni and P.S. Murthy. 22. Morphological cultural physiological and nutritional studies of fusarium wilt pathogen of chickpea/V.S. Shinde V.K. Mandhare and A.V. Suryawanshi. 23. Ecological study of soil microarthropods in Banana (Musa sp.) plantation of Cachar District Assam/Ranabijoy Gope and D.C. Ray. 24. Food preferences of the Brown Trout (Salmo trutta L.) in relation to the Benthic Macroinvertebrates of River Sindh Kashmir Valley/Haroon Ul Rashid and Ashok K. Pandit. 25. Aquatic insects as biological indicators of water pollution/S. Paul Sebastian R. Kavitha and A. Christopher Lourduraj. 26. Diversity and composition of Insecta in rice agroecosystem in Barak Valley of Assam (N.E. India)/D.C. Ray and Partha P. Bhattacharjee. 27. Physico chemical analysis of the soil modified by coptotermes heimi (Wasmann) (Rhinotermitidae Isoptera Insecta)/C.B. Arora and H.R. Pajni. 28. Treatment studies on pthalogen blue dye waste from a dye house in Tiruppur/K. Sadhana K. Revathi Suman Gulati V. Rekha N. Uma Chandra Meera Lakshmi a. Bookseller Inventory # 69514

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Algal Biotechnology and Environment

edited by Dinabandhu Sahoo and B.D. Kaushik

Published by I.K. International Publishing House (2012)

ISBN 10: 9381141711 ISBN 13: 9789381141717

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Item Description: I.K. International Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Effect of Temperature and Ammonium on Growth, Pigment Production and Nitrogen Uptake by Four Species of Porphyra (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) Native to the New England Coast/Jang K. Kim, George P. Kraemer, Christopher D. Neefus, Ik Kyo Chung and Charles Yarish. 2. Improvement of Gracilaria Agar Solubility by Acid Treatments/Hirotaka Kakita, Hiroshi Kamishima, Anong Chirapart and Masao Ohno. 3. Seaweed Community Analysis of a Rocky Shore for the Sustainable Seaweed Integrated Aquaculture System (SSIAS) in Korea/Ik Kyo Chung, Yun Hee Kang, Si Jung Ryu, Myung Sook Kim, Charles Yarish and Jin Ae Lee. 4. Succession of seaweed Communities on Artificial Reefs and Marine Ranching in Japan/Masao Ohno, Chang Geun Choi and Dinabandhu Sahoo. 5. Seaweeds: A Potential Source of Biofertilizer/Gaurav Kumar, Pooja Baweja and Dinabandhu Sahoo. 6. On the Occurrence of Dichotomosiphon tuberosus (A. Br.) Ernst from Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/A.K. Mohite, R.R. Sanap and S.D. Pingle. 7. Biochemical Composition of Some Freshwater Green Algae from Pravara basin Region, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/A.K. Mohite and S.D. Pingle. 8. Effect of Blue-Green Algae as Biofertilizer on growth and Yield of Chilli (Capsicum annum L.) Var. Phule Jyoti/A.R. Abhang, S.D. Pingle, A.M. Bhosale and B.K. Auti. 9. Cyanophycean Algae from Soils of Pravara Canal Command Area, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/B.K. Auti, S.D. Pingle and A.R. Abhang. 10. Chlorophycean Algae of Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/B.S. Deshmukh and S.D. Pingle. 11. Studies on Hydrobiology of Godawari River at Nasik, Maharashtra, India/R.R. Sanap, A.K. Mohite, S.D. Pingle and V.R. Gunale. 12. Impact of Heavy Metal(s) on Accessory Pigments of Anabaena oryzae (Fritsch)/Ch. Sreedhar Rao, B. Raju, M. Venkateshwarulu and B. Digamber Rao. 13. Cyanobacterial Flora of Rice Fields of North Telangana Region, Andhra Pradesh, India/B. Digamber Rao, Ch. Sreedhar Rao and D. Srinivas. 14. Seaweeds as a Source of Bioethanol/Savindra Kumar and Dinabandhu Sahoo. 15. Ecology and PCR based Molecular Characterization of Cyanobacteria with Special Emphasis on Oscillatoriales and Nostocales/Gunapati Oinam, Indrama Th. And O.N. Tiwari. 16. Free Amino Acids, Total carbon, Total Nitrogen, and Phycobiliproteins Content in Porphyra sp. after a Short Term Nutrient Uptake/A. Pedersen. G. Kraemer, S. Hariskov and C. Yarish. 17. Phycodiversity of River Pandu, Uttar Pradesh in Relation to Anthorpogenic Stress/Divya Tiwari. 18. Use of Lyngbya limnetica (Blue-green Alga) in the Treatment of Cattle Shed Wastewater/Sreelaxmi M. Murthy. 19. Studies on Biodegradation Potential of Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonate by Nostoc muscorum Ag. ex. Born et Flah/Dilip Kumar Rathore, Preeti Sharma, Praveen Kumar Chandel, Sandhya Tyagi and Krishna Chandra Soni. 20. Astaxanthin Production from Green Alga Haematococcus under Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Conditions/R. Sarada, B. Sandesh Kamath, R. Vidhyuavathi, B.R. Brinda and G.A. Ravishankar. 21. Saturated and Unsaturated Hydrocarbon Production from Botryococcus braunii sp. from Indian Freshwater Bodies and Culture Collection Centers/R. Sarada, C. Dayananda, A. Ranga Rao, T.R. Shamala, P. Srinivas and G.A. Ravishankar. 22. Treatment of CETP Effluent bya Seaweed Associated Aspergillus niger Isolate/H.V. Joshi, Anjana K. Vala, Purva N. Bhatta and Nisha Anand. 23. Comparative Physiological Studies amongst Cyanobacteial Isolates from Paddy Fields/Saurabh Tiwari, B.V. Singh, Dolly Wattal Dhar and P.K. Singh. 24. Effect of Salinity on the Growth of Oscillatoria proboscidea, a Freshwater Alga/R. Gunaseeli, S.K. Subramanian and N. Anand. 25. Influence of Salinity Changes on the Morphology of Cladophora vagabunda (Linn.) Hoek/G. Rani. 26. Ecological Study of Ujani Dam Backwater at Siddhteka Tal, Karjat, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/S.D. Pingle and A.B. Gore. 27. Studies on Genus Vaucheria of Jammu Region/Namerta Sharma and V.K. Anand. 28. Biodiversity of Freshwater Algae in Some Districts. Bookseller Inventory # 109450

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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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