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S.K. Verma , N.M. Nahar , R.R. Bhansai , S.K. Jindal & S. Vir (Eds)

Published by Scientific Publishers (2001)

ISBN 10: 8172332599 ISBN 13: 9788172332594

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Item Description: Scientific Publishers, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The book carries an assortment of 20 articles on the research priorities for development of arid zones from renowned authorities. The areas covered by these articles are agriculture (6), animal husbandy (2), environmental conservation and bio-diversity (6), and development planning (6) for the north-western hot arid zone of India. Due emphasis has been given to dryland agriculture and arid horticulture, biotechnology, remote sensing application, rehabilitation of degraded wastelands, forestry research, groundwater and mineral resources, renewable energy, extension strategies and role of NGOs. Contents: 1. Sustainable Development of Arid Agro-ecosystems - Mangala Rai & A.K. Bawa 2. Development of Agriculture in Indian Arid Zone - A.S. Faroda 3. Research Priorities for Arid Horticulture - O.P. Pareek 4. Dryland Agriculture Technology in Haryana- K.S. Panwar 5. Agriculture in the Arid Zones of Gujarat - N.K. Patel & P.H. Bhatt 6. Integrated Pest Management in Dryland Agriculture - Satya Vir & S.K. Verma 7. Botanical Survey of India : Arid Zone Circle - P.M. Padhye & V. Singh 8. Remote Sensing for Monitoring Locust Population in Thar Desert - P.P. Sinha & J. Prasad 9. Peculiarities of Arid Zone Soils - D.C. Joshi 10. Major Vector-borne Human Diseases in the Thar Desert, with Special Reference to the Changing Climate - B.K. Tyagi 11. Biotechnology in Arid Agriculture and Forestry - R. Raj Bhansali 12. Priorities for Forestry Research in Arid Zone of India - M.L. Arrawatia 13. Farmer Centred Extension Strategy for Drylands - H.P. Singh 14. State Remote Sensing Application Centre and Arid Zone Development - N.K. Kalra 15. Groundwater Development in Arid Zone of Rajasthan - S.C. Paliwal & D.C. Sharma 16. Alternative Energy Resources - N.M. Nahar & K.P. Thanvi 17. Working with Desert Communities - L.C. Tyagi 18. Priorities for Mines and Geology in Arid Zone - D.S. Mehta & S.S. Jamrani 19. Research Priorities for Sheep Husbandry - R.N. Singh 20. Camel Production and Development - N.D. Khanna Printed Pages: 238. Bookseller Inventory # 66330

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S.R. Rao & Sachin Chaturvedi (Eds)

Published by Academic Foundation (2004)

ISBN 10: 817188346X ISBN 13: 9788171883462

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Item Description: Academic Foundation, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Biotechnology along with the other core Technology viz. information technology, is at the heart of technology Revolution in Asia. Asian Countries have adopted strategies for harnessing the potential of Biotechnology for their Industrial development. The areas of applications both in pharmaceutical and Agriculture sector have widened, finding new vistas of economic growth. Policy challenges, however, are arising among others, concerning trade in GMOs, impact of Genetic Engineering on Environment and human health, biosafety management, and Ethical aspects that are yet to be addressed at any collective forum in Asia. One of the missing links is a dialogue between Natural and social scientists so as to identify socio-economic requirements and Policy priorities in the realm of biotechnology and development in the region. This book brings together perceptions on some of these issues by eminent experts from the Asian region. As a sequel to the pioneering Biotechnology Revolution and the Third World: Challenges and Policy Options (RIS 1988), this volume draws lessons from the Experiences of Asian developing countries and revisits some of the concerns raised earlier. The contributors to the volume draw policy lessons from Country experiences in capability building in Asia, in particular on the role of regional cooperation. It is clear that the Asian countries need not only Technical assistance for capacity building, but also Financial support to upgrade their facilities to meet challenges emerging from the introduction of new organisms. As most of the Asian Economies Face common challenges including the management of Biodiversity resources, cooperative efforts may prove fruitful. An examination of regional cooperation in Europe and ASEAN may help in identifying a roadmap. Volume editors present a Synthesis of key lessons emanating from different contributions. Biotechnology and Development: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia is a valuable resource for governments, multilateral institutions, academics and practitioners in the field of economic development and technology policy management. Contents Foreword/K.C. Pant Preface/Nagesh Kumar I. Biotechnology INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT : 1. Biotechnology and Development : An Overview/Sachin Chaturvedi and S.R. Rao 2. Biotechnology Innovation and Development/William G. Padolina II. REGIONAL COOPERATION AND BIOTECHNOLOGY : 3. Bioindustrial Revolution and Economic Development : Evolving Indian Strategy/Manju Sharma 4. Biotechnology. GMOs and Development : Economic Implications/Edgar J. Dasilva and Sachin Chaturvedi 5. ASEAN Cooperation Biotechnology/S.R. Rao 6. Biotechnology in Europe : 20 years` Experience and Current Strategy/Mark Cantley III. Country Experiences : 7. How well does Japan Meet its Challenges and Responsibilities in Biotechnology and Development for Asia?/Darryl R.J. Macer and Minakshi Bhardwaj 8. Investment, Capacity and Incentives in Biotechnology : Indian Experience/S.R. Rao 9. The Current and Future Outlook of Agricultural Biotechnology in Malaysia/Hassan Mat Daud 10. Status of Agribiotechnology in the Philippines/Reynaldo E. De La Cruz 11. Challenges and Opportunities for Biotechnology Development : The Korean Experiences/Sang-Ki Rhee 12. Biotechnology in Bangladesh/Naiyyum Choudhury and M. Serajul Islam 13. Agricultural Biotechnology in Thailand/Nares Damrongchai 14. Genomics Rejuvenate Biotechnology, Equal Opportunities and Uneven Challenges : A View from China/Bin Liu IV. Policy LESSONS FOR Asia : 15. Singapore Strategises Biotechnology for Development/Sachin Chaturvedi 16. Crop Biotechnology Initiatives in Asia : Progress, Opportunities, and Challenges/Randy A. Hautea 17. Biotechnology and International Trade Regime : Options Before Developing Countries/Sachin Chaturvedi and S. Rao Printed Pages: 319. Bookseller Inventory # 43902

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R.K. Sharma

Published by Daya (2012)

ISBN 10: 8170357918 ISBN 13: 9788170357919

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Item Description: Daya, 2012. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Current agricultural trends. 2. Agronomy. 3. Agro meteorology. 4. Soil science and biochemistry. 5. Genetics plant breeding seed science and plant biotechnology. 6. Plant physiology. 7. Major pest and diseases of important crops. 8. Horticulture. 9. Agricultural extension and economics. 10. Agricultural statistics. 11. Agro forestry. 12. Environmental science and ecology. 13. About ICAR and IARI. 14. Agricultural research education and extension. 15. Useful information. 16. Recent research technologies in agriculture. Bookseller Inventory # 108503

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Laxmi Dass

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2009)

ISBN 10: 8180695301 ISBN 13: 9788180695308

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Item Description: Concept, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Vision 2020/Laxmi Dass. 2. History of handmade paper/G.K. Ghosh. 3. Development of handmade paper and the machinery thereof/G.K. Ghosh. 4. Applications of biotechnology in pulp and papermaking and opportunities for the handmade paper industry/R.K. Jain A.K. Sharma and Sunita Chauhan. 5. Energy conservation in handmade paper during beating process a preliminary study/Baleshwer Prasad and M.E. Khan. 6. Machinery and equipment for handmade paper making/Baleshwer Prasad. 7. Research and development needs of handmade paper industry/Rajesh Pant and Ashwini Kumar Sharma. 8. Eco friendliness of handmade paper application of natural dyes/Saakshy Agarwal. 9. Challenges in the growth of HMP industry and scope of use of renewable energy in its manufacturing/N.K. Roy. 10. Scope of renewable energy in the making of handmade paper/N.K. Roy. 11. Scarcity of raw material for handmade paper industry/A.K. Sharan. 12. Bhimal Beol fibre (Grewia Oppsitifolia Roxb.) for handmade paper making/Atul Kumar and Saakshy Agarwal. 13. Value addition quality aspects/D.S.R. Raju. 14. Handmade paper industry growing opportunities/Vijay Kumar. 15. Hemp environment and society/M. Sadique. 16. Improved process for conversion of shredded currency waste into different varieties of handmade papers/R.K. Jain A.K. Sharma Baleshwer Prasad Atul Kumar Mohd. Esa Khan and Saakshy Agarwal. 17. Role of Kumarappa National Handmade Paper Institute in the development of Indian handmade paper industry/R.K. Jain A.K. Sharma and Saakshy Agarwal. 18. Marketing potential and export opportunities for Indian handmade paper industry/R.K. Jain and A.K. Sharma. 19. Indian handmade paper industry prospects and perspectives/R.K. Jain and A.K. Sharma. 20. Bioretting in the context of handmade paper industry/R.K. Jain A.K. Sharma and Sunita Chauhan. 21. Development of speciality papers for archival applications/R.K. Jain A.K. Sharma Atul Kumar and M.E. Khan. 22. Waste waters for handmade paper making preliminary observations/Saakshy Agarwal A.K. Sharma and R.K. Jain. 23. How to setup new handmade paper industry/Pramod Garg. Index. This book containing ten papers attempts to analyze all the major aspects of handmade paper industry. Tracing the history and development of handmade paper it discusses at length the applications of biotechnology in pulp and paper making. Also it deals with the energy conservation in handmade paper during beating process machinery and equipment research and development eco friendliness of handmade paper and scope of renewable energy in the making of handmade paper. The challenges in the growth of handmade paper have been addressed as well. 232 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 74711

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Das, Mihir Kumar ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8170355354 ISBN 13: 9788170355359

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2008. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xiii+258p., 5 col. plts., fig., tabls., ind., 23 cm, The world is losing species and biodiversity at an unprecedented rate. The causes go deep and the losses are driven by a complex array of social, economic, political and biological factors at different levels. Environmental biotechnology is concerned both with the implications and applications of biotechnology in the wider context of environment. On the other hands, efforts are being made to use biotechnology to protect the environment from pollution and to conserve natural resources. The present book is a compendium of wide ranging topics in various fields like biotechnological applications of algae, in vitro propagation of plant, strees responses, environmental impact of pesticides, biodiversity study, ethno botany and many others. Besides a few reeview articles, it encompasses almost all chapters dealing with the experimental findings, which will enhance the scientific temper among the students as well as researchers. This book would be informative to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers in the field of applied science. Contents Chapter 1: Biotecnological Applications of Algae by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 2: In vitro Propagation of Dalbergia Species Towards Large-Scale Supply of Elite Planting Material for Reforestation by Pardeep K Chand and Kunja B Satapathy; Chapter 3: Chlorophyll Fluoresence: An Easy Tool for Identification of Submergence Tolerant Rice Cultivar by D Panda, S G Sharma and R K Sarkar; Chapter 4: Relative Tolerance of Several Species of Cyanobacteria to Commercial Fertilizers by Amarendra Mishra and Siba P Adhikary; Chapter 5: Effect of Phosphatic Fertilizers and Pasture Legumes on Forage Production of Trisankar (Pennisetum hybrid) Pasture by Keshab K Mohapatra, M K Das, Vinod Shankar; Chapter 6: Toxicity of Different Fungicides to the Rice-Field Cyanobacteria by Mihir K Das; Chapter 7: Environmental Impact of Pesticides: A Review by B B Mishra; Chapter 8: Biodiversity Utilization and Conservation in Hirakud Reservoir and Mahanadi River System: Freshwater Prawn Scenario by M M Prasad, J K Bandyopadhyay and Prem Kumar; Chapter 9: Mangroves of Orissa Coast with Special Reference to Mahanadi Delta by R K Nayak and B P Choudhury; Chapter 10: Study of Algal Diversity from Rice Fields of Baripada, Mayurbhanj, Orissa by S Bhakta, H Dey and A K Bastia; Chapter 11: Impact of Tropical Forest Degradation on Soil Microfungal Diversity Uma Devi; Chapter 12: Ichthyic Fauna Conservation of Hirakud Reservoir by M M Prasad, J K Bandyopadhyay and Prem Kumar; Chapter 13: Quantitative Analysis of Herbaceous Vegetation in a Dry Deciduous Forest of Sambalpur, Orissa by Geeta Rani Pattanaik and S L Swain; Chapter 14: Probable Solution of Selecting Medicinal Plants Having Controversial Identification in Ayurvedic Therapy by B N Mahapatra and B P Choudhury; Chapter 15: Ethnomedicinal Plants of Hemgir Forest Range of Sundargarh District in Orissa, India by B L Bohidar and L M Behera; Chapter 16: Nutrient Status of Water Bodies at Burla, Orissa by Khageshwar Pradhan. Bookseller Inventory # 021940

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Published by Teri, New Delhi (2001)

ISBN 10: 8185419892 ISBN 13: 9788185419893

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Item Description: Teri, New Delhi, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Relevance of agricultural biotechnology for Indian agriculture 1. Biotechnology and the future of Indian agriculture/R. S. Paroda. 2. The changing scenario of agricultural biotechnology/Manju Sharma. 3. Nutritional genomics/Asis Datta. 4. Prospects for the nutritional improvement of crops/Malathi Lakshmikumaran.5. Transgenic plants and their impact/Akilesh K Tyagi. 6. The relevance of biotechnology to Indian agriculture/C. S. Prakash. 7. Transgenic rice use beyond research/Swapan K Datta. 8. The Indian food scenario/S Vardharajan. 9. Moving into the next millennium with food security/Anil Kush. 10. The relevance of transgenics to Indian agriculture/S. K. Sen. 11. An insight into transgenic research/R. P. Sharma. 12. Applications of biotechnology to Indian horticulture/S. P. Ghosh. 13. Plant biotechnology a few concerns and suggestions/G. K. Garg. 14. Deployment of Bt transgenic plants in India/S. K. Raina. 15. Initiatives taken by the ICAR to bring transgenic technology to the country/Kailash C Bansal. II. Importance of regulatory biosafety and public acceptance of agricultural biotechnology products 16. Biosafety guidelines international comparisons/P. K. Ghosh. 17. The regulatory environment in managing Indian biotechnology/Arvind Kapur. 18. Gene flow from transgenic crops a significant biosafety issue/B. M. Prasanna. 19. GM research and its impact on Indian agriculture/Suman Sahai. 20. Public acceptance of genetically engineered plants in India an analysis/S. R. Rao. III. Economic implications and intellectual property rights related issues of genetically modified plants 21. Economic implications and the TRIPS agreement/Sachin Chaturvedi. 22. Biotechnology intellectual property rights and Indian agriculture an agenda for the future/C. Ramasamy and R. Balasubramanian. 23. Economic implications of commercializing transgenic plants/K. P. Rao. IV. Commercialization of genetically modified plants the industry's perspective 24. Transgenic crops in the Asia Pacific region the industry's perspective/Partha R Dasgupta. 25. Pest management with transgenic plants economic and environmental impact/T. M. Manjunath. 26. Bt cotton biosafety ecological and economic implications/ K. S. Mohan. 27. Bt cotton biosafety a case study/M. K. Sharma. V. The relevance of agricultural biotechnology public acceptance and the farmer's view 28. Modern technologies for the improvement of agriculture in developing countries a farmer's point of view/Chengal Reddy. 29. Genetically modified crops a farmer's point of view/Bhupinder S Mann. 30. Genetically modified foods the consumer's concern/S. R. Khanna. The use of genetic engineering techniques for producing transgenic plants results in the transfer of desirable traits across the species barrier. This has led to a worldwide debate on a range of ethical moral and social considerations associated with the risks and benefits of this technique to man and the environment. The world has literally become a battleground involving scientists politicians policy makers journalists industry representatives farmers and consumers with a polarization of society into proponents and opponents of biotechnology. Genetically modified foods are being labelled Frankenstein foods with accusations that the technique challenges the role of God the sanctity of nature the ownership of life forms etc. However it is equally true that the achievements of the green revolution are proving insufficient for feeding India's teeming millions. Biotechnological interventions can play a vital role by not only increasing crop productivity but also taking care of the increasing threat of biotic and abiotic stresses on crop plants. This book is based on four workshops (Stakeholders dialogue on agricultural biotechnology biosafety and economic implications) on genetically modified plants organized by Teri. It outlines the relevance of plant biotechnology to Indian agriculture and the im. Bookseller Inventory # 60009

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Edited by B.N. Prasad, G.P.S. Ghimire and V.P. Agrawal

Published by Oxford & IBH (1992)

ISBN 10: 8120407202 ISBN 13: 9788120407206

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Item Description: Oxford & IBH, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Biotechnology and plant sciences opportunities for SAARC countries/S. Ramachandran and S. Natesh. 2. Gene cloning for crop improvement/B.B. Biswas. 3. Pod-wall metabolism in relation to dry matter and protein accumulation in developing seeds of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)/V.K. Gupta and Randhir Singh. 4. Micropropagation of woody taxa and plant productivity/Shrish C. Gupta and Veena Agrawal. 5. Productivity of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.)) in relation to other tropical perennial crops/S. Kulasegaram and G. Wadasinghe. 6. Chloroplasts response to low water potentials: changes in chlorophyll fluorescence yield and emission of chloroplasts as affected by low leaf-water potential/Prasanna Mohanty. 7. Effect of GA3 on nitrogen fixation in some forage legumes of Nepal/B.N. Prasad and S.N. Mathur. 8. Effect of Rhizobium inoulation on the nodulation and grain yield of soybean in combination with chemical fertilisers/Shanti Bhattarai and Surya L. Maskey. 9. Bioconversion of B-sitosterol into 17-ketosteroids by some strains of Arthrobacter/S. Mathur, M.C. Bhatia and S.N. Mathur. 10. Regeneration of plants from leaf explant in orchid vanda teres lind/R. Niraula and S.B. Rajbhandary. 11. Generation of genetic variability by the Chrysanthemum tissue culture method/Asha Karki. 12. In vitro morphogenetic studies in Amaranthus paniculatus L./C.M. Govil. 13. Ecology and agriculture/Mervyn W. Thenabadu. 14. Proline accumulation in some halophytes in the Indian desert/David N. Sen and Sher Mohammed. 15. Ecophysiological effects of some heavy metallic pollutants on two aquatic macrophytes/Govind Ghimire and K.M.M. Dakshini. 16. Probable direction of evolution in the genus Anemone L. (Ranunculaceae)/Ram P. Chaudhary. 17. Response of improved wheat cultivars of Nepal to a change in environment/Sabitri Shrestha. 18. Evaluation of wheat genotypes adapted to Nepal/R.C. Sharma and N.K. Chaudhary. 19. Hormonal role in the sterility of rice (Oryza sativa L.)/Santa B. Gurung. 20. A study on the productivity of Amaranthus hypochondriacus L./P.K. Jha, J.P. Sah and M.K. Chettri. 21. SO2 stress on yield of Avena sativa L./Subhash Chand and N.K. Yadav. 22. Investigation on physiology of bulb formation in some short-day onion varieties/S.K. Regmi, L. Pun and I.R. Pandey. 23. Influence of night temperature during floret differentiation on microsporogenesis and seed-setting in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench)/A.M. Dhopte and J.D. Eastin. 24. Changes in total soluble protein and leghaemoglobin content of the nodules at various stages of plant growth in relation to flowering and pod formation in Vigna sinensis L./Nisha Thakral. 25. Cytological studies on nitrous-oxide treated red clover (Trifolium pratense L.)/N. Giri. 26. Pollen studies in Cardamine L. (Cruciferae Juss.)/K.S. Khatri. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-11267488066

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J K Arora; S S Marwaha and R Grover

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ISBN 10: 8187680083 ISBN 13: 9788187680086

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Item Description: Asiatech. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Biotechnology in agriculture and environment : an overview/J.K. Arora and S.S. Marwaha. I. Methodologies for agricultural improvement: 1. Progress and prospects of plant tissue culture and genetic engineering for crop improvement/H.S. Dhaliwal. 2. Biotechnological research in private sector/Arvind Kapur. 3. Plant genetic engineering in crop improvement/D.K. Srivastava. 4. Private sector in designing crops through biotechnological route-a case study/Dwarkesh S. Parihar. 5. Biochemical and molecular approaches for disease resistance in forage legumes/P.K. Mandal, A. Chandra, C.B. Singh, A. Chatrath, P. Saxena and K. C. Pandey. 6. In vitro selection and characterization of salt stress (NaCI)tolerant cell line of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum mill. cv. solan gola)/Kavita Vashisht, D.K. Srivastava and D. R. Sharma. 7. Callus production, regeneration and evaluation of somaclones from cultured inflorescences of marvel grass Dichanthium Annulatum (Forssk.) Stapf./M.G. Gupta, B.V. Bhat, S. Gupta, V. Bhat, S. Gupta and B. Mal. 8. In vitro flowering in embryo rescued Pennisetum cross/P. Kaushal, A.K. Roy, S.N. Zadoo and R.N. Choubey. 9. Response of different Trifolium species for callus induction and regeneration/D.R. Malaviya, A.K. Roy, P. Kaushal, Bijendra Kumar and Aparna Tiwari. 10. Micropropagation of three-year old elite Eucalyptus Tereticornis Smith using axillary bud explants/S.K. Sharma and V. Ramamurthy. 11. In vitro callus induction and regeneration in Trifolium Alexandrinum from various explants/A.K. Roy, D.R. Malaviya, P. 324 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 43929

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B B S Kapoor and Ahmed Ali

Published by Madhu Publication, Bikaner (2004)

ISBN 10: 8186644083 ISBN 13: 9788186644089

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Item Description: Madhu Publication, Bikaner, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Water soil and mineral resources 1. Sustenance of water resources in Rajasthan an ecological perspective/Ahmed Ali A.K. Swami and A.K. Yadav. 2. Soils of Indira Gandhi canal command area and their management/S.K. Mathur K.K. Pareek and Mohd. Anwar. 3. Sustainable development of mineral resources in Rajasthan/A.K. Yadav and D.K. Khandelwal. 4. Sustainable development of the fossil fuel energy an appraisal/Satish Kaushik and B.L. Sharma. II. Agricultural resources 5. Clonal propagation of important arid zone tree species/U.K. Tomar Nagendra Sharma Parveen and C.J.S.K. Emmanuel. 6. Agroforestry for sustainable agricultural development/A.S. Gill and D. Burman. 7. Sustainable development of grasslands in the desert ecosystem/B.B.S. Kapoor and K.K. Singh. 8. Forage resources for sustenance of range lands/S.N. Tripathi. 9. Natural resource management for sustainable productivity in dryland areas/Gayatri Verma and K.K. Singh. 10. Genetic resource management for sustainable horticultural development in hot arid region of India/D.K. Samadia. 11. Eco friendly agriculture/M. Jayapragasam K. Manian and G. Dharmaraj. 12. Citronella cultivation in abandoned Jhum lands of Arunachal Pradesh/Binay Singh S. Kalita P. Rethy K.K. Sood M. Gogoi and A. Kar. 13. Biotechnology in sustainable aquaculture/Chellam Balasundaram P. Mariappan and P. Balamurugan. 14. Camel rearing a sustainable economic activity in the desert ecosystem/Champak Bhakat and M.S. Sahani. 15. Agroecosystem biodiversity and insect pest management/R.P. Soundararajan K. Gunathilagaraj and N. Chitra. 16. Women and sustainable management of the environment/M. Jayapragasam and S. Devarajan. Sustainable development has been a matter of global urgency. This reference book aims to provide a general framework to ensure sustainable management of natural resources and to improve quality of life. The contents of this volume have been divided into two broad sections covering sixteen chapters. The first section focuses on the water soil and mineral resources while second section on the agricultural resources. 244 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 51213

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R A Sharma

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Item Description: Book Condition: New. Introduction, Environmental Biotechnology, Serving the Future, Microbiology and Biochemistry of Waste Water Treatment, Cell Physiology and Biological Treatment, Bioreactors for Waste Water Treatment, Types of pollutants and their Sources, Removal of Specific pollutants, Bioremediation, Biotechnology for Hazardous Waste Management, Modern Biotechnological Applications, Biotechnology for Pesticide Industry, Tannery industry and Biotechnology, Applications of Biotechnology in the Forestry Products Industry, Biotechnology for Waste Treatment of Food and Allied industries, Biotechniques for Air pollution Abatment and Odor Control, Biodiversity Conservation, Global Environmental Problems. Yr. of Pub.2007 8171325246. Bookseller Inventory # 94746

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R.A. Sharma

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Item Description: Pointer Publishers. Book Condition: New. pp. viii + 304. Bookseller Inventory # 06265780

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Sharma R.A.

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Item Description: Pointer Publishers. Book Condition: New. pp. viii + 304. Bookseller Inventory # 7585001

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Chakraborty, Chiranjib ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170353629 ISBN 13: 9788170353621

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2005. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+283p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, This book highlights the contribution in the very recent past made by Indian scientists in India. This Volume proves-detail and up-to-date chapters about the advancement of biochemistry and biotechnology. This book contains chapter such as Current Changing Scenario of Biotechnology and Biochemistry; Recent Developments in Chondrocyte Cultures and Cartilage Engineering; Human Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor: A Therapeutic Protein; Chemical Analysis of Leaves of Cestrum diurnum (L) (Solanales: Solanaceae) and Seasonal Variation of Some Primary and Secondary Biochemicals; Protein Folding Pathways; Its Kinetics and Related Functions; Recombinant Therapeutic Proteins from Bacteria, Animal and Plant Cells; Programmed Cell Death: An Overview; Biocatalysis: An Emerging Field in the Synthesis of Eenatio-Pure Compounds; Use of Immunostimulant in Aquaculture; Application of Environmental Biotechnological Tools in Water Resource Development; Induced Breeding Techniques for Aquaculture; Pharmacogenomics Based Emerging Drug Discovery Strategies. This book will be of immense value to the researchers, both the postgraduate and undergraduate students desirous of replenishing latest information on advance of Biotechnology and Biochemistry. Contents Chapter 1: Recent Developments in Chondrocyte Cultures and Cartilage Engineering by R K Saxena, Garima Sharma and Prashant Mishra; Chapter 2: Human Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor: A Therapeutic Protein by Shyam Sundar Nandi, Chiranjib Chakraborty, J K Deb & Ragini Gothalwal; Chapter 3: Chemical Analysis of Leaves of Cestrum diurnum (L) (Solanales: Solanaceae) and Seasonal Variaton of Some Primary and Secondary Biochemicals by A Ghosh & G Chandra; Chapter 4: Protein Folding Pathways: Its Kinetics and Related Functions by Surajit Sinha, Shyam Sundar Nandi, Akash Verma, Ragini Gothalwal & T K Maiti; Chapter 5: Recombinant Therapeutic Proteins from Bacteria, Animal and Plant Cells by J K Deb; Chapter 6: Programmed Cell Death: An Overview by Satyendra Gautam & Arun Sharma; Chapter 7: Biocatalysis: An Emerging Field in the Synthesis of Eenatio-Pure Compounds by Mani Shankar Bhattacharyya, Sawraj Singh, Anirban Banerjee, Praveen Kaul, Pankaj Soni, Brajesh Barse, Rohit Sharma & U C Banerjee; Chapter 8: Use of Immunostimulant in Aquaculture by Arup Tewary & Bidhan C Patra; Chapter 9: Application of Environmental Biotechnological Tools in Water Resource Development by Biplab Sarkar, Debabrata Mukherjee, S Adhikari & S Ayyappan; Chapter 10: Induced Breeding Techniques for Aquaculture by M A Haniffa; Chapter 11: Paharmacogenomics Based Emerging Drug Discovery Strategies by S A Bapat & G C Mishra. Bookseller Inventory # 022220

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S.M. Reddy , Digambar Rao & Vidyavati (Eds)

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Item Description: Scientific Publishers, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The book is unique in a way that covers wide area of front line research in Biotechnology. Gene manipulation terminator technology and tissue culture, as a tool for genetic engineering and innovative methods of plants disease control are discussed in the book. Diversity in microorganisms in relation to VAM fungi and Cyanobacteria form part of this book. Biotechnology potentials of photostraphic an oxygenic Non Sulphur Bacteria are also discussed with coverage and varied pattern of approach to fronter areas, it is hoped that this book will be useful to students, researches workers and teachers interested in various fields of Biotechnology. Contents: 1. Recent Trends in Gene Manipulations of Higher Plants ? G.M. Reddy 2. Studies on Rhizospheric Factors Affecting Rhizobium ? Legume Interactions ? K. Koteswara Rao and Tara Menon 3. Potentiality of Cyanbacteria Biofertilizer Containing Local Isolates on the Growth and Yield of two Different Rice Varieties ? S.P. Adhikary 4. Dynamics of Vam Fungi of Godavari Belt Forests ? P. Srinivas, M.S. Rao, S. Ram Reddy and S.M. Reddy 5. In Vitro Suppression of Phytopathogens by Siderophores of Fluorescent Pseudomonads ? A.V. Manwar, B.L. Chaudhari, S.K. Talegaonkar and S.B. Chincholkar 6. Biotech Inputs Inherently Bear the Capacity to Remediate Saline Soils ? D.P. Patil, M.V. Kulkarni and R.M. Kothari 7. Effect of Robin Blue on the Efficacy of Nuclear Polyhedrosis for the Management of Helicoverpa Armigera (Hub.) In Groundnut Crop. ? A.Raja Reddy and B.J. Diwakar 8. Role of Eutrophication Factors In the Ecological Revival of Tanks and Ponds in and Around Warangal City A.P. ? K. Vijaypal Reddy and M.A. Singara Charya 9. Recycling of Organic Wastes and Weeds for Clean Environment and Rural Development ? Bharati Jadhav and D.S. Suryawanshi 10. Incidence of Airborne Microbes in Varied Indoor Atmospehes ? B.N. Pande and S.K. Aher 11. Organogenic Response of Vigna Radiata in Relation to Some Growth Regulations ? D. Sambaiah and K. Jaganmohan Reddy 12. Terminator Gene Technology and The Controversy Surrounding it ? N. Lakshmi 13. Tissue Culture Induced Genetic Variability in Certain Food Legumes for Crop Improvement ? Ch. Ramulu, B. Srinivas and Digambar Rao 14. HG** Induced Anomaliles in the Foliar Epidermal Pattern of Pearl Millet and Barley ? A.K. Srivastava and R. Aggarwal 15. The Role of Algae in Human Welfare ? Vidyavati and B. Digamber Rao 16. In Vitro Induction of Multiple Shoots in Coccinia Indica ? M. Venkateshwarlu et al. 17. Callus Induction and Regeneration From Shoot Apex of Dahlia Pinnata Var. White Alvas ? H.P. Sharma, A.K. Sinha and K.K. Nag 18. Plant Tissue Culture Studies of Viogna Radiata (L.) Wilczek & Vigna Mungo (L.) Hepper ? Nilesh P. Teli and Vijay L. Maheshwari 19. Tissue Culture Studies in Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) ? K. Jaganmohan Reddy and K. Vanidevi 20. Cost Effective Hardening of Tissue Culture Grown Banana (Musa Paradisiaca) Var. Grand Nain Plants ? P.V. Saindane et. al. 21. Metabolic Engineering : A Novel Approach for Producing Stress Tolerant Transgenic Plants ? K. kalyani, Anil Choudhary and M.V. Rajam 22. The Molecular Genetics of Agrobacterium Mediated Gene Transfer in Plants ? T. Nirmala Mary 23. Multiple Regressions in Sesame ? T. Kamala 24. Anoxygenic Phototropic Bacteria of Waste Waters ? Srinivas Munjam, D. Vasavi, S. Girisham & S.M. Reddy 25. Production of Dextrinizing Amylase by Three Teak Leaf Litter Decomposing fungi ? K. Vittal Rao 26. Biochemical and Mineral contents Changes of the Paddy Seedlings Under Tannery Effluent Treatment ? S. Lakshmi and P. Sundaramoorhy 27. Influence of Certain Industrial Effluents on Growth and Metabolism of Abelmoschus Esculentus (L.) Moench Seedlings ? J. Usha Kumari, V.V. Ramana and K. J. Reddy 28. Breeding for Resistance to Weather Damage in Mungbean Vigna Radiata (L.) Wilczek ? C. Cheralu, A. Printed Pages: 195. Bookseller Inventory # 65869

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Gupta, Rajan Kumar & Vidya Dhar Pandey

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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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Chiranjib Chakraborty

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . This book highlights the contribution in the very recent past made by Indian scientists in India. This Volume provides-detail and up-to-date chapters about the advancement of Biochemistry and biotechnology. This book contains chapter such as Current Changing Scenario of Biotechnology and Biochemistry; Recent Developments in Chondrocyte Cultures and Cartilage Engineering; Human Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor : A Therapeutic Protein; Chemical Analysis of Leaves of Cestrum diurnum (L.) (Solanales : Solanaceae) and Seasonal Variation of Some Primary and Secondary Biochemicals; Protein Folding Pathways : Its Kinetics and Related Functions; Recombinant Therapeutic Proteins from Bacteria, Animal and Plant Cells; Programmed Cell Death: An Overview; Biocatalysis : An Emerging Field in the Synthesis of Eenantio-Pure Compounds; Use of Immunostimulant in Aquaculture; Application of Environmental Biotechnological Tools in Water Resource Development; Induced Breeding Techniques for Aquaculture; Pharmacogenomics Based Emerging Drug Discovery Strategies. This book will be of immense value to the researchers, both the postgraduate and undergraduate students desirous of replenishing latest information on advance of Biotechnology and Biochemistry. Contents Preface From Editor`s Desk Current Changing Scenario of Biotechnology and Biochemistry/Chiranjib Chakraborty 1. Recent Developments in Chondrocyte Cultures and Cartilage Engineering/R.K. Saxena, Garima Sharma and Prashant Mishra 2. Human Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor : A Therapeutic Protein/Shyam Sundar Nandi, Chiranjib Chakraborty, J.K. Deb & Ragini Gothahval 3. Chemical Analysis of Leaves of Cestrum Diurnum (L.) (Solanales : Solanaceae) and Seasonal Variation of Some Primary and Secondary Biochemicals/A. Ghosh & G. Chandra 4. Protein Folding Pathways : Its Kinetics and Related Functions/Surajit Sinha, Shyam Sundar Nandi, Akash Verma, Ragini Gothalwal & T.K. Maiti 5. Recombinant Therapeutic Proteins from Bacteria, Animal and Plant Cells/J.K. Deb 6. Programmed Cell Death : An Overview/Satyendra Gautam & Arun Sharma 7. Biocatalysis : An Emerging Field in the Synthesis of Eenantio-Pure Compounds/Mani Shankar Bhattacharyya, Sawraj Singh, Anirban Banerjee, Praveen Kaul, Pankaj Soni, Brajesh Barse, Rohit Sharma & U.C. Banerjee 8. Use of Immunostimulant in Aquaculture/Arup Tewary & Bidhan C. Patra 9. Application of Environmental Biotechnological Tools in Water Resource Development/Biplab Sarkar, Debabrata Mukherjee, S. Adhikari & S. Ayyappan 10. Induced Breeding Techniques for Aquaculture/M.A. Haniffa 11. Pharmacogenomics Based Emerging Drug Discovery Strategies/S.A. Bapat & G.C. Mishra List of Contributors 1. A. Ghosh, Mosquito Research Unit, Department of Zoology, Burdwan University, West Bengal, India 2. Akash Verma, School of Biotechnology, Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur, Koni, Chhattisgarh 3. Anirban Banerjee, Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research 4. Arun Sharma, Head, Food Technology Division 5. Arup Tewary, Aquaculture Research Unit, Department of Zoology, Vidyasagar University 6. Bidhan C. Patra, Aquaculture Research Unit, Department of Zoology, Vidyasagar University, Midnapore 7. Biplab Sarkar, Central Institute of Fresh Water Aquaculture, Kausalyaganga, Bhubaneswar, Orissa 8. Brajesh Barse, Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research 9. Chiranjib Chakraborty, Head, Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Applied Medicines & Research, 9th Mile Stone, Duhai, Delhi-Meerut Road, Ghaziabad 10. Debabrata Mukherjee, Lab. of National Fellow, Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute 11. G. Chandra, Mosquito Research Unit, Department of Zoology, Burdwan University, West Bengal, India 12. Printed Pages: 294. Bookseller Inventory # 56063

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Mayee, C D et al eds

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2004. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xxvi+315p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The management of crop diseases has become important throughout the world. Various methods have been advocated to manage viral, bacterial, fungal and nematode diseases of various crops. The emphasis and prime importance is given on the development of resistant varieties and now it has been possible to manage the various diseases in integrated manner. But the failure of resistant gene in a variety sometimes has been observed and hence the scientists are busy to manage the diseases in biotechnological manners. The biotechnology and molecular biology has found to be of great help and developing transgenic varieties in addition to regular hybridzations. The volume on biotechnological approaches for the integrated management of crop diseases will be great help to solve the problems of crop disease management. The volume consists of 26 review articles on biotechnological approaches by very well known international scientists throughtout the India on different crops. Almost all the renowened institutes of ICAR, IARI, ICRISAT and other universities have contributed to make this volume sucess in the supplying the biotechnological approaches for the management of crop diseases. This volume is published in the honour of Prof L V Gangawane who has contributed much in the management of various crop diseases. Contents Chapter 1: Biotechnological Approach for the Integrated Management of Crop Diseases by Amerika Singh, O P Sharma, O M Bambawale & S K Singh; Chapter 2: Use of Indirect Competitive ELISA Technique for Detection of AflatoxinB1 Contaminated in Chilli by K Ajitkumar, M K Naik, F Waliygai & S V Reddy; Chapter 3: Studies on in vitro and in vivo Synthesis of Pectolytic and Cellulolytic Enzymes by the Leaf Spot and Fruit Rot Pathogen of Banana by M M V Baig & D S Mukadam; Chapter 4: Strategies for the Management of Groundnut Diseases by M P Ghewande & Vinod Kumar; Chapter 5: Biotechnological Approaches for Integrated Management of Plant Diseases by C D Mayee & P K Chakrabarty; Chapter 6: Integrated Plant Disease Management: Recent Approaches by Myank U Charaya & R S Mehrotra; Chapter 7: Biocontrol Potential of Microorganisms-An Overview: Focus on Trichoderma as Biofungicide for the Management of Plant Diseases by N Mathivanan, V R Prabavathy & K Murugesan; Chapter 8: Effect of Sphacelia Culture Filtrate on Callus and Cell Suspension Cultures of Sorghum by Nicky Johnson & A H Rajasab; Chapter 9: Molecular Basis of Plant Disease Resistance by S M Paul Khurana, Swarup K Chakrabarti & Debasis Pattanayak; Chapter 10: Entomogenous Fungi and Their Further Prospects as Mycoinsecticides by M S Patil; Chapter 11: Integrated Disease Management in Rice by C S Reddy; Chapter 12: Management of Charcoal Rot of Soybean by Sudha Mall; Chapter 13: Application of Genetic Engineering for Disease Management in Vegetable Crops by T S Thind, J K Arora, H J S Dhaliwal, Prem Raj, C Mohan & M I S Gill; Chapter 14: Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria to Augment Crop Production by K V B R Tilak & C Manoharachary; Chapter 15: Role of 2,4-diacetyphloroglucinol (DAPG) for Plant Disease Control: Its Importance to Rice Bacterial Blight Suppression in india by P Velusamy, G Defago, L S Thomashow & S S Gnanamanickam; Chapter 16: Heart Rot and Root Rot Diseases of Trees: A Case Study from the Campus of Pune University by J G Vaidya & G G Deshpande; Chapter 17: VA Mycorrhiza A New Biotechnological Tool as Biocontrol Agent: Indian Scenario by Sudhir Chandra & Harbans Kaur Kehri; Chapter 18: Microbial Management of Plant Diseases: An Overview by R C Rajak, A K Pandey, A K Singh & Rohit Sharma; Chapter 19: Waste Management: An Environmental Biotechnology Way by Onkar J Chakre; Chapter 20: Problems in Management of Apple Scab in Kashmir: A Case Study by B L Putto; Chapter 21: Impact of Biotechnology on Crop Improvement with Special Reference to Biotic and Abiotic Stresses by M N Khare & M Shrimali; Chapter 22: Biotechnolog. Bookseller Inventory # 021701

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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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B N Pandey

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Item Description: APH, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Indian fisheries in the context of food security poverty alleviation and the environment/B.N. Pandey. 2. Biodiversity text context and conflicts/N.C. Datta. 3. Anatomy of environment and emergence of environmental science an overview and innerview/N.C. Datta. 4. Behavioural research for the management of Gram Pod Borer Helicoverpa Armigera (Lepidoptera Noctuidae)/Ashok K. Singh. 5. Insects a tool in forensic science/Samiran Chakravarti. 6. Co evolution in insect and plant association/Samiran Chakrabarti. 7. Lac cultivation and production technologies/A. Bhattacharya. 8. Lac insect bionomics and its biotic complex/A. Bhattacharya. 9. Population dynamics of insect pests and their management in agro eco system/Ashok K. Singh. 10. Lac basic information/A.K. Jaiswal K.K. Sharma and R. Ramani. 11. Population growth resource consumption and environmental degradation/M. Razimuddin. 12. New dimensions on the ecosystem management/S.P. Roy. 13. Bio indicators of environment/S.P. Roy. 14. Some aspect of Tasar culture an overview/K.B. Sharma. 15. Reality of aids a focus/K.B. Sharma. 16. Air pollution and its management/Yogendra Prasad Singh. 17. Incidence of strongyloides papillosus. wedl. in Sheep and Goats in and around Gaya (Bihar)/Krishneshwar Sharma. 18. Common anti hypertensive drugs and their effect on heart/Ajit Kumar Singh. 19. Understanding human behaviour/Shamshad Hussain. 20. Cell cycle/M. Raziuddin. 21. The body in defence/Neelima Gupta. 22. Human infertility and diseases/S.K. Singh. 23. Fish as a food commodity biochemical composition of fish/U.C. Goswami. 24. Solid waste management/K.N.P. Singh. 25. Reptiles of India an over view/T.S.N. Murthy and B.N. Pandey. 26. Microorganisms infection and diseases/B.K. Singh. 27. Prospects of gene therapy/Vijay Kumar. 28. Trends in animal biotechnology/Vijay Kumar. 29. Environmental biotechnology applications in integrated scampi fish culture/Sandeep K. Malhotra. 30. Environmental concerns/P.N. Pandey and M.K. Jamuar. 31. Effect of neem on tribolium castancum (the rust flour beetle)/Bindu Singh. 32. No woman no cry/A.K. Tripathi. Index. India is endowed with a great wealth of biological diversity in its forests glaciers rivers reservoirs lakes coastal areas and wetlands but in the recent years following massive anthropogenic development there has been rapid industrialization in the country resulting in the degradation of the environment and loss of much biodiversity consequent upon fragmentation of the habitat. There is an urgent need to conserve it other wise posterity will not forgive us. The quality of environment has degraded by the population explosion which eventually lead to poverty. Effects are being made to have optimum use of the principles and technique of biotechnology and bioinformatics for the cause of human welfare. Thus better understanding of inter relationship between the human beings and the biosphere can only be obtained by the documentation of the importance of zoology or animal sciences as a whole. In this book an attempt has been made to highlight the latest developmental issues so that the data presented here in can be profitably used for human welfare. This book will be very useful for the students teachers and researchers in the field of animal sciences and environment. 258 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 59028

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Sachin Chaturvedi and S R Rao

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Item Description: Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/K.C. Pant. Preface/Nagesh Kumar. I. Biotechnology innovation and development 1. Biotechnology and development an overview/Sachin Chaturvedi and S.R. Rao. 2. Biotechnology innovation and development/William G. Padolina. II. Regional cooperation and biotechnology 3. Bioindustrial revolution and economic development evolving Indian strategy/Manju Sharma. 4. Biotechnology. GMOs and development economic implications/Edgar J. Dasilva and Sachin Chaturvedi. 5. ASEAN cooperation biotechnology/S.R. Rao. 6. Biotechnology in Europe 20 years experience and current strategy/Mark Cantley. III. Country experiences 7. How well does Japan Meet its challenges and Responsibilities in biotechnology and development for Asia/Darryl R.J. Macer and Minakshi Bhardwaj. 8. Investment capacity and incentives in biotechnology Indian experience/S.R. Rao. 9. The current and future outlook of agricultural biotechnology in Malaysia/Hassan Mat Daud. 10. Status of agribiotechnology in the Philippines/Reynaldo E. De La Cruz. 11. Challenges and opportunities for biotechnology development the Korean experiences/Sang Ki Rhee. 12. Biotechnology in Bangladesh/Naiyyum Choudhury and M. Serajul Islam. 13. Agricultural biotechnology in Thailand/Nares Damrongchai. 14. Genomics Rejuvenate biotechnology equal opportunities and uneven challenges a view from China/Bin Liu. IV. Policy lessons for Asia 15. Singapore strategises biotechnology for development/Sachin Chaturvedi. 16. Crop biotechnology initiatives in Asia progress opportunities and challenges/Randy A. Hautea. 17. Biotechnology and international trade regime options before developing countries/Sachin Chaturvedi and S. Rao. Biotechnology along with the other core technology viz. information technology is at the heart of technology revolution in Asia. Asian countries have adopted strategies for harnessing the potential of biotechnology for their industrial development. The areas of applications both in pharmaceutical and agriculture sector have widened finding new vistas of economic growth. Policy challenges however are arising among others concerning trade in GMOs impact of genetic engineering on environment and human health biosafety management and ethical aspects that are yet to be addressed at any collective forum in Asia. One of the missing links is a dialogue between natural and social scientists so as to identify socio economic requirements and policy priorities in the realm of biotechnology and development in the region. This book brings together perceptions on some of these issues by eminent experts from the Asian region. As a sequel to the pioneering Biotechnology Revolution and the Third World Challenges and Policy Options (RIS 1988) this volume draws lessons from the experiences of Asian developing countries and revisits some of the concerns raised earlier. The contributors to the volume draw policy lessons from country experiences in capability building in Asia in particular on the role of regional cooperation. It is clear that the Asian countries need not only technical assistance for capacity building but also financial support to upgrade their facilities to meet challenges emerging from the introduction of new organisms. As most of the Asian economies face common challenges including the management of biodiversity resources cooperative efforts may prove fruitful. An examination of regional cooperation in Europe and ASEAN may help in identifying a roadmap. Volume editors present a synthesis of key lessons emanating from different contributions. Biotechnology and Development Challenges and Opportunities for Asia is a valuable resource for governments multilateral institutions academics and practitioners in the field of economic development and technology policy management. 319 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 55237

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Mihir Kumar Das

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. About the contributors. 1. Biotechnological applications of algae/Rajan Kumar Gupta. 2. In Vitro propagation of Dalbergia species towards large scale supply of elite planting material for reforestation/Pradeep K. Chand and Kunja B. Satapathy. 3. Chlorophyll fluorescence an easy tool for identification of submergence tolerant rice cultivar/D. Panda S.G. Sharma and R.K. Sarkar. 4. Relative tolerance of several species of Cyanobacteria to commercial fertilizers/Amarendra Mishra and Siba P. Adhikary. 5. Effect of phosphatic fertilizers and pasture legumes on forage production of Trisankar (Pennisetum hybrid) pasture/Keshab K. Mohapatra M.K. Das and Vinod Shankar. 6. Toxicity of different fungicides to the rice field Cyanobacteria/Mihir K. Das. 7. Environmental impact of pesticides a review/B.B. Mishra. 8. Biodiversity utilization and conservation in Hirakud Reservoir and Mahanadi River System freshwater prawn scenario/M.M. Prasad J.K. Bandyopadhyay and Prem Kumar. 9. Mangroves of Orissa Coast with special reference to Mahanadi Delta/R.K. Nayak and B.P. Choudhury. 10. Study of Algal diversity from rice fields of Baripada Mayurbhanj Orissa/S. Bhakta H. Dey and A.K. Bastia. 11. Impact of tropical forest degradation on soil microfungal diversity/Uma Devi. 12. Ichthyic Fauna Conservation of Hirakud Reservoir/M.M. Prasad J.K. Bandyopadhyay and Prem Kumar. 13. Quantitative analysis of Herbaceous Vegetation in a dry deciduous forest of Sambalpur Orissa/Geeta Rani Pattanaik and S.L. Swain. 14. Probable solution of selecting medicinal plants having controversial identification in Ayurvedic Therapy/B.N. Mahapatra and B.P. Choudhury. 15. Ethnomedicinal plants of Hemgir Forest Range of Sundargarh District in Orissa India/B.L. Bohidar and L.M. Behera. 16. Nutrient status of water bodies at Burla Orissa/Khageshwar Pradhan. Author index. Subject index. The world is losing species and biodiversity at an unprecedented rate. The causes go deep and the looses are driven by a complex array of social economic political and biological factors at different levels. Environmental biotechnology is concerned both with the implications and applications of biotechnology in the wider context of environment. On the other hand efforts are being made to use biotechnology to protect the environment from pollution and to conserve natural resources. The present book is a compendium of wide ranging topics in various fields like biotechnological applications of algae in vitro propagation of plant stress responses environmental impact of pesticides biodiversity study ethno botany and many others. Besides a few review articles it encompasses almost all chapters dealing with the experimental findings which will enhance the scientific temper among the students as well as researchers. This book would be informative to the students teachers scientists and researchers in the field of applied science. 258 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 69094

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C. Manoharachary, C.D. Mayee, D.S. Mukadam, Jayshree Deshpande & K.V.B.R. Tilak (Eds)

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The management of crop diseases has become important throughout the world. Various methods have been advocated to manage viral, bacterial, fungal and nematode diseases of various crops. The emphasis and prime importance is given on the development of resistant varieties and now it has been possible to manage the various diseases in integrated manner. But the failure of resistant gene in a variety sometimes has been observed and hence the scientists are busy to manage the diseases in biotechnological manners. The biotechnology and molecular biology has found to be of great help and developing transgenic varieties in addition to regular hybridzations. The volume on biotechnological approaches for the integrated management of crop diseases will be great help to solve the problems of crop disease management.;The volume consists of 26 review articles on biotechnological approaches by very well known international scientists throughtout the India on different crops. Almost all the renowened institutes of ICAR, IARI, ICRISAT and other universities have contributed to make this volume sucess in the supplying the biotechnological approaches for the management of crop diseases. This volume is published in the honour of Prof L V Gangawane who has contributed much in the management of various crop diseases.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Biotechnological Approach for the Integrated Management of Crop Diseases by Amerika Singh, O P Sharma, O M Bambawale & S K Singh; Chapter 2: Use of Indirect Competitive ELISA Technique for Detection of AflatoxinB1 Contaminated in Chilli by K Ajitkumar, M K Naik, F Waliygai & S V Reddy; Chapter 3: Studies on in vitro and in vivo Synthesis of Pectolytic and Cellulolytic Enzymes by the Leaf Spot and Fruit Rot Pathogen of Banana by M M V Baig & D S Mukadam; Chapter 4: Strategies for the Management of Groundnut Diseases by M P Ghewande & Vinod Kumar; Chapter 5: Biotechnological Approaches for Integrated Management of Plant Diseases by C D Mayee & P K Chakrabarty; Chapter 6: Integrated Plant Disease Management: Recent Approaches by Myank U Charaya & R S Mehrotra; Chapter 7: Biocontrol Potential of Microorganisms-An Overview: Focus on Trichoderma as Biofungicide for the Management of Plant Diseases by N Mathivanan, V R Prabavathy & K Murugesan; Chapter 8: Effect of Sphacelia Culture Filtrate on Callus and Cell Suspension Cultures of Sorghum by Nicky Johnson & A H Rajasab; Chapter 9: Molecular Basis of Plant Disease Resistance by S M Paul Khurana, Swarup K Chakrabarti & Debasis Pattanayak; Chapter 10: Entomogenous Fungi and Their Further Prospects as Mycoinsecticides by M S Patil; Chapter 11: Integrated Disease Management in Rice by C S Reddy; Chapter 12: Management of Charcoal Rot of Soybean by Sudha Mall; Chapter 13: Application of Genetic Engineering for Disease Management in Vegetable Crops by T S Thind, J K Arora, H J S Dhaliwal, Prem Raj, C Mohan & M I S Gill; Chapter 14: Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria to Augment Crop Production by K V B R Tilak & C Manoharachary; Chapter 15: Role of 2,4-diacetyphloroglucinol (DAPG) for Plant Disease Control: Its Importance to Rice Bacterial Blight Suppression in india by P Velusamy, G Defago, L S Thomashow & S S Gnanamanickam; Chapter 16: Heart Rot and Root Rot Diseases of Trees: A Case Study from the Campus of Pune University by J G Vaidya & G G Deshpande; Chapter 17: VA Mycorrhiza A New Biotechnological Tool as Biocontrol Agent: Indian Scenario by Sudhir Chandra & Harbans Kaur Kehri; Chapter 18: Microbial Management of Plant Diseases: An Overview by R C Rajak, A K Pandey, A K Singh & Rohit Sharma; Chapter 19: Waste Management: An Environmental Biotechnology Way by Onkar J Chakre; Chapter 20: Problems in Management of Apple Scab in Kashmir: A Case Study by B L Putto; Chapter 21: Impact of Biotechnology on Crop Improvement with Special Reference to Bioti Printed Pages: 377. Bookseller Inventory # 56430

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

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Item Description: Aavishkar. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Biotechnological approaches in cyanobacterial inoculant technology/S. Kannaiyan and K. Kumar. 2. Biological wastewater treatment and its microbiology/S. Sandhya. 3. Industrial application of cold loving micro organisms/Vandana Katiyar and Reeta Goel. 4. Microbes as a warehouse of genes/C. Nirmala and M.L.H. Kaul. 5. Biotechnological advances in food an overview/Neeraj Dilbagi Jitender Sharma and Avtar Singh. 6. Metal resistant growth promotory fluorescent pseudomonads/Nidhi Bagdwal Abhishekh Gupta and Reeta Goel. 7. Multiplication of Bambusa vulgaris through tissue culture/Sarita Arya Fatima Shirin and Inder Dev Arya. 8. Biodegradation of Cyanide an overview/S. Nagarajan. 9. Tailoring oil crops for oil quality and industry: a transgenic approach/Sanjay J. Jambhulkar and A.S. Shitre. 10. Selective biosorption of Cu Zn and Cd from metal mixtures by microcystis sp. and its application in biorestoration of metal polluted aquatics/Subhashree Pradhan and L.C. Rai. 11. Herbal remedies of various human and plant diseases/Pradeep Parihar Leena Daswani Neetu Tyagi D. Gehlot A. Bohra and S.P. Bohra. 12. Trichoderma as a potential bio agent for management of diseases: taxonomy biology and mode of action/O.P. Sharma M.D. Jeswani O.M. Bambawale and K.S. Murthy. 13. Rumen fungi: role in fibre digestion/Avijit Dey A.K. Puniya J.P. Sehgal and Kishan Singh. 14. Ganoderma fungus and its commercial applications/R. Raj Bhansali. 15. Mycorrhization helper bacteria and their role in nursery practices/Manoj Bhatt Anurag Yadav and R.C. Dubey. 16. Intellectual property rights and biotechnology/Jitender Sharma Avtar Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 17. Biological treatment of dairy effluent by cyanobacteria/Kanika Sharma Pooja Sethia and Ashish Maheshwari. 18. Bioremediation of textile dyes/dye wastewater: a critical assessment of major landmarks/K.P. Sharma Ruby Grover Suresh Kumar Pratima Soni Shweta Sharma Kamal Kishore Bhardwaj Kamayani Sharma and Subhasini Sharma. 19. Agrobacterium: nature's genetic engineer/Subhash Chandra Bihani Archana Kantia and S.L. Kothari. 20. Antimicrobials from natural resources/Neeta Sharma. 21. Biological control of fungal pathogens and mass production technology for fungal antagonists/P.C. Trivedi. Index. Microbial biotechnology may have a profound effect on the world economy over the next two decades. Innovations emerging in the food and pharmaceutical sectors point to the enormous potential of biotechnology to provide diverse new products environmental remediation technologies biodegradable plastics novel therapeutic agents and chemicals and enzymes that will reduce the cost and improve the efficiency of industrial processes. This book Microbial Biotechnology contains 21 articles on different aspects of microbial biotechnology. Articles on biotechnological approaches in cyanobacterial inoculant technology; biological waste water treatment; industrial application of cold loving micro organisms; treatment of dairy effluent by cyanobacteria and bioremediation of textile dye waste water provide information on the role and application of microbes in the present scenario. The book also covers information on the potential of bioagents for the management of diseases commercial uses of Ganoderma fungus role of rumen fungi in fibre digestion and application of mycorrhizosphere helper bacteria. Aspects covering biotechnological advances in foods; biodegradation of cyanide; tailoring oil crops; antimicrobials from natural resources; Agrobacterium nature's genetic engineer and microbes as warehouse of genes have been included to project their importance in the 21 century. This book will serve not only as an excellent reference material but also as a practical guide for teachers research workers industrialists and workers in the applied field of microbial biotechnology. 477 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 50401

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Rajiv K Sinha

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ISBN 10: 818665304X ISBN 13: 9788186653043

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Item Description: Ina Shree, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Foreword/Shri Sunderlal Bahuguna. Preface. Editor's observations a. The growing crisis in the human environment. b. The alarming rate of destruction of the human environment. Messages of some eminent environmentalists on global environmental issues 1. The environmental philosophy of Chipko Movement/Sunderlal Bahuguna. 2. Environmental crisis the challenges before humanity/Mostafa K. Tolba. 3. Salvaging the earth need for action/Elizabeth Dowdswell. 4. Towards a sustainable human society the challenges ahead/T.N. Khoshoo. 5. Towards building an ecological security system for mankind/M.S. Swaminathan. 6. Increasing population and decreasing resources/G.S. Nathawat. I. The growing environmental and socio economic crisis 1. Environmental pollution the 20th century killer/Rajiv K. Sinha. 2. Deforestation and habitat destruction threat to the global ecological balance/Rajiv K. Sinha. 3. Biodiversity erosion and extinction of species a potential threat to human existence on earth/Rajiv K. Sinha. 4. Desertification the silent eco crisis of land sterilization and anhilation of human civilization/Rajiv K. Sinha and Shyam Sunder Khinchi. 5. Soil erosion a quiet environmental crisis/A.N. Zaharan and Dharmendra Singh Chauhan. 6. Chemical pesticides in human environment a serious health hazard/B. Narsimha Rao. 7. Climate change by global warming ozone depletion and acid rain the impending disaster for mankind/Rajiv K. Sinha. 8. Waste bomb the threat to bury the humanity alive/Rajiv K. Sinha. 9. Industrial health hazards of human beings/R.J. Washington. II. Population resource socio economic development and environment 10. Philosophy of sustainable development/George H. Axinn. 11. Mining development and environment/M.L. Jhanwar. 12. Resource crisis and survival at stake meeting the challenge/Rajiv K. Sinha. 13. Dynamics of energy use in human development/Bryn Golton and Stan Frost. III. Biodiversity conservation for continuity and sustainability of human society 14. Biodiversity conservation the key to survival of life on earth/Rajiv K. Sinha. 15. Wildlife management restoring the ecological balance/Rajiv K. Sinha. 16. Reforesting the earth an insurance for survival/Rajiv K. Sinha. IV. Environmentally benign eco technology for human development 17. Vermiculture biotechnology for waste management and sustainable agriculture/Rajiv K. Sinha. 18. Blue green algae biofertilizer the economically cheaper and ecologically safer alternative to chemical fertilizers/S.K. Goyal. 19. Algal biofertilizer technology for sustainable agriculture/B.D. Kaushik. 20. Compressed natural gas the environmentally benign automobile fuel/Suresh K. Sharma. 21. Hydrogen the clean fuel for the civilization in future/M.P. Saksena. V. Eco legislation for correcting human behaviour environmental justice and maintenance of social order 22. Environmental degradation a crime against humanity and equivalent to genocide some reflections on national and international laws on environment/Rajiv K. Sinha. 23. Environmental laws in India how effective it is/Satish Shastri and Manjoo Bala Trivedi. 24. Judicial activism and the law for environmental justice in India/P. Leelakrishnan. 25. Penal provisions in the Indian Environmental Law/Niranjan Lal Gupta. VI. Environmentalism environmental awareness and ethics 26. Religious responsibility for the human environment a view from England/M.M. Spadden and Stan Frost. 27. Socio environmental crisis and man management/R.R. Das. 28. Values for development without destruction of the human society/W.M. Sullivan. 29. Environmental protection lessons from Indian history religion and philosophy/Rajiv K. Sinha and Sudhir Upadhyay. Appendices. Subject index. Author index. Environment has become a key issue today as human survival directly depends upon it. The future of our children will depend upon the state of environment that we leave today. All over the world Environmentalism has been a growing phenomenon. The Stockholm Conference of 1972. Bookseller Inventory # 67222

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Trivedy, R K

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2002)

ISBN 10: 8170352681 ISBN 13: 9788170352686

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xvi+540p., figs., tabls., 25 cm, Industry has played a great role in shaping the modern civilization. However, industry is also one of the biggest offenders in environmental degradation. A Natural level conference on Industry and Environment was organized at Y.C. College of Science, Karad during Dec. 28-30, 1999. The book is a collection of selected eighty three papers presented in the conference and cover a wide range of topics like?Environmental Impact Assessment, ISO 14000, Wastewater treatment, Solid waste management, Vermicomposting of solid wastes, Air pollution, Climate change, Impact of pollution on aquatic ecosystems, Impact of pollution on soils, Wastewater irrigation, Use of aquatic weeds in wastewater treatment, Noise pollution, Social and economic effects of industrialization, Environmental law, Wastewater recycling and reuse, Toxic effects of industrial pollutants, Groundwater pollution, Impact of industrial pollution on crops. The book shall find users in large number of organizations like Life and Environmental Science Departments of Colleges and Universities, Chemistry and Environmental Engineering Departments, Pollution Control Boards, Industries, Environmental Consultants, NGOs etc. Contents Section I: Key Note Address and Invited Lectures; Chapter 1: Green2000 for industry through biotechnology: Business opportunities by S D Ghatnekar; Chapter 2: Biotechnological developments to convert solid and liquid effluents into value added products in diverse industries by S D Ghatnekar, M F Kavian, G S Ghatnekar and M S Ghatnekar; Chapter 3: Environment impact assessment: Predictive techniques by N S Raman; Chapter 4: Applications of geosynthetics in environmental geotechnology by S S Sabins and M R Gidde; Chapter 5: Coral reefs of the indian ocean region: An ecological audit with futuristic vision by A Yogamoorthi; Chapter 6: Effect on environment due to rapid industrialisation by J S Patel; Chapter 7: Impact of industrialization on social and economic environment by K R Lohia, R K Jain and R R Mathur; Section II: Industrial Waste Treatment and Reuse; Chapter 8: Evaluation of anaerobic fixed film reactor for the treatment of dairy waste water by R Kasturi Bai and D Kayalvizhi; Chapter 9: Water pollution management by a biofilter by M Arora and V K Sehgal; Chapter 10: Sorption studies of Fe (III) and Hg (II) on chemically treated sarca indica leaves by D K Singh, S K Garg and R K Bhardwaj; Chapter 11: Studies of anoxic degradation of phenol by enriched cultures by S Sarfaraz, S Thomas and L Iyenger; Chapter 12: Use of a tetravalent metal acid salt in water treatment by M Panchal, J Patel, S Patel, A Parikh, P Sudhakar and U Chudasama; Chapter 13: Effectiveness of absorbent activated charcoal to control bioavailability of cadmium in aquatic ecosystem by A Kaviraj and S Das; Chapter 14: Biotechnological approaches for the treatment of dairy industry waste water by P S Panesar, R Rai and S S Marwaha; Chapter 15: Mango seed powder as sorbent for dyes in wastewater by J B Patel and P Sudhakar; Chapter 16: Industrial wastewater treatment using fungal technology by S V Sirinivasan and D V S Murthy; Chapter 17: Waste water from dairy industry and its management by H K Sharma and P S Panesar; Chapter 18: Improving treatment efficiency of pulp and paper mill effluent by using low cost adsorbents in aerobic treatment systems by V Kumar and R C Maheshwari; Chapter 19: New technology for waste water treatment in industries by R Sowmeyan; Chapter 20: Characterisation and treatment of waste water in sugar industry by R W Gaikwad; Chapter 21: Expert system for mercury pollution control by R W Gaikwad and N Bhatnagar; Chapter 22: Removal of chromium (VI) by utilization of bidi leaves by R K Srivastava, A K Ayachi and M Mishra; Chapter 23: Anaerobic treatment of sago waste water using a fluidized bed reactor by R Saravanane, D V S Murthy and K K Krishnaiah; Chapter 24: Treatability studies of waste water from a typical dye intermedia. Bookseller Inventory # 021876

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K K Bora & Karan Singh

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Item Description: Pointer. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Plant bioregulators : potential tool to enhance fruit production in India/N.K. Gupta, Shashi K. Jain, Sunita Gupta and N.L.Sen. 2. Effect of bioregulators on growth and yield of pea cultivars/Y.K. Mehta and D.D. Sharma. 3. Influence of growth regulators on dry matter and yield of soybean/Pankaj Kumar, S.M. Hiremath, P.S. Deshmukh, M.B. Chetti and S. R. Kushwaha. 4. Role of bioregulators for mitigating iron Chlorosis of pea/Y.K. Mehta and D.D. Sharma. 5. Response of coriander to nitrogen, sulphur and growth regulators/Nand Lal Jat and B.L. Sharma. 6. Glutathione-an antioxidant to withstand oxidative stress in transgenic lines of Tobacco/B. Gopal Singh and Desh Pal S. Verma. 7. Traditional eco- physiological knowledge (TEK) in sustainable agriculture/Arvind Kumar, Karan Singh, B.L. Kakralya and Shivaji Singh Manohar. 8. Effect of paclobutrazol on water loss of excised groundnut/K.K. Bora, Sudha R. Mathur, R. Ganesh and S.P. Bohra. 9. Response of groundnut to levels and sources of phosphorus and bioregulators/Pushpendra Singh, M. P. Sahu and B.S. Verma. 10. Pathogen induced changes in lipid metabolism in fruit of Sponge Gourd/Pokher Rawal, B.B.L. Thakore, Sudha R. Mathur, R. Ganesh and K.K. Bora. 11. Metabolic changes in mothbean seedlings in response to salinity stress and PGRs treatments/S.C. Mahala, Neelam Yadav, V.K. Yadav and Karan Singh. 12. Microbiological chelation of iron and its effect on growth and yield of Soybean/P. Shilpkar, S.C. Bhandari and U.S. Rawat. 13. Environment-friendly approach for enhancing the farm production potential 355 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 38296

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R A Sharma

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Item Description: Pointer Pub, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Environmental biotechnology serving the future. 3. Microbiology and biochemistry of waste water treatment. 4. Cell physiology and biological treatment. 5. Bioreactors for waste water treatment. 6. Types of pollutants and their sources. 7. Removal of specific pollutants. 8. Bioremediation. 9. Biotechnology for hazardous waste management. 10. The modern biotechnological applications. 11. Biotechnology for pesticide industry. 12. Tannery industry and biotechnology. 13. Applications of biotechnology in the forest products industry. 14. Biotechnology for waste treatment of food and allied industries. 15. Biotechniques for air pollution abatement and odor control. 16. Novel methods for pollution control. 17. Biodiversity conservation. 18. Global environmental problems. Bibliography. Index. The international society of environmental biotechnology defines environmental biotechnology as the development use and regulation of biological systems for remediation of contaminated environments (land air water) and for environment friendly process (green manufacturing technologies and sustainable development). It is the multidisciplinary integration of sciences and engineering in order to utilize the huge biochemical potential of microorganisms plants and parts thereof for restoration and preservation of the environment and for the sustainable use of resources. 304 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 66355

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R K Trivedy and Sadhana Sharma

Published by BS Pub, Hyderabad (2005)

ISBN 10: 8178000903 ISBN 13: 9788178000909

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Item Description: BS Pub, Hyderabad, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Removal of heavy metals by wetlands/Himanshu Joshi and Md. Shafiqul Islam. 2. Phytoremediation of metals by Azolla Rubra/K.J. Shiny K.N. Remani E. Nirmala and V.K. Sasidharan. 3. Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils role of natural and synthetic chelatins/Moyukh Ghosh and S.P. Singh. 4. Modelling of air lift bio reactor with external magnetic field/Amit K. Harode Rahul A. Patil R.L. Sonolikar and S.L. Pandharipande. 5. Chemical composition of vermicompost and vermimeal (biomass) produced by the epigeic earthworm eisenia foetida in semiarid region of Karnataka/Pulikeshi M. Biradar and S.D. Amoji. 6. Phytoremediation of RDX to HMX by ophiophogon blackei and lycopersicon sps/Sarvar Khan Satinder K. Brar and Kshipra Misra. 7. Use of phosphate solubilizing bacteria for supplementing. Phosphorus in transplanted rice/P.K. Deka and H.C. Bhattacharyya. 8. An underground daily fed field plant for biogas production from undiluted cattle dung/R.K. Malik. 9. Removal of Chromium (VI) by natural renewable resources/R.K. Srivastava A.K. Ayachi and Mona Mishra. 10. Micro organisms and their role in phosphate solubilization/H.C. Lakshman P.A. Hosamani and L.B. Kadam. 11. Plants for bioremediation of contaminated land/Moyukh Ghosh and S.P. Singh. 12. Vermicomposting of kitchen wastes/A.K. Sannigrahi and S. Chakrabortty. 13. Chromium uptake by rice potential for phytoremediation of contaminated chromite mine environment/S. Sayed B.N. Sahoo and H.K. Patra. 14. Cyanobacteria (Blue Green Algae) biofertilizer for rice/Siba P. Adhikary. 15. Waste management by vermiculture at global level using earthworms/R.K. Srivastava and Purnima A. Beohar. 16. Biosorption of heavy metals by microbes (a review)/Indu Bajwa and Anjali Pandey. 17. Legumes importance in the revegetation of overburden dumps/Kumar Nikhil. 18. Anaerobic treatment a method for deinking news paper waste/Pradnya Navalkar and R.H. Balasubramanya. 19. Enrichment of lignocellulosic materials with microbial proteins by solid state fermentation an inexpensive method of preparing cattle feed/A.A. Kathe and R.H. Balasubramanya. 20. Phyto remediation of organic pollutants/Jitender Sharma Vikram Saini Avtar Singh and Narender Singh. 21. Phytoremediation of soil contaminated with heavy metals/Rajesh Kumar Jitender Sharma and Parshant Gaur. 22. Sludge Granulation Processes in Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) reactors/Jitender Sharma Avtar Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 23. Biodegradation of lignin a search for valuable products/P. Malliga and V. Viswajith. 24. Enzymatic cotton delinting an attempt to utilize linters as a byproduct/R.B. Somani V.R. Gupta and Ritu Thakare. 25. A review of phytoremediation technology a quest for clean and green environment/Satinder K. Brar Surekha Parthasarathy and Kshripa Misra. 26. Bioaerosols in environmental perspective/P. Chandra Mouli S. Jayarama Reddy and S. Venkata Mohan. 27. Eco friendly utilization of biocolours as a redeemer to curb artificial dye pollution/K. Mallika and A. Lakshmanan. 28. Studies on phytoremediation of soil contaminated with nitro compounds/Sarvar Khan S.K. Singh and Satinder K. Brar. 29. Biopesticides use a future trend in agriculture/M.H. Fulekar. 30. Use of earthworms for sound environment and sustainable agriculture/P.K. Deka H.C. Bhattacharya and S.K. Paul. 31. Removal and reuse of iron from industrial waste waters using microorganisms/Asha Lata Singh and P.N. Sarmac. 32. Chemical composition of vermicompost and vermimeal (biomass) produced by the epigeic earthworm eisenia foetida in semiarid region of Karnataka/Pulikeshi M. Biradar and S.D. Amoji. 33. Biofouling and marine environmental biotechnology/V. Wilsanand. 34. Periodic discontinuous biological operation to enhance process efficiency of wastewater remediation/S. Venkata Mohan N. Chandrasekhara Rao and P.N. Sharma. 35. Water hyacinth a green tool for the sustainable development of coalfield areas/Kumar Nikhil. 36. Identifying specialist microbial cultures. Bookseller Inventory # 58940

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Sudhir U Meshram and G B Shinde

Published by I K International, New Delhi (2009)

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Item Description: I K International, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Biotech advancing towards another revolution/Sudhir U. Meshram. 2. Global sustainable 2nd biotech Congress/M.S. Swaminathan. 3. Bacterial proteins in potential cancer therapy/Magdy Mahfouz Wataru Hashimoto Tapas K. Das Gupta and Ananda M. Chakrabarty. I. Recombinant DNA Technology 4. A DNA Helicase from P. Falciparum is bipolar and its activities are modulated by phosphorylation/Renu Tuteja. 5. IPR in management of genetic resources/Sanjeev Saxena A.K. Singh and Sandhya Gupta. 6. Bioremediation using radioresistant microbes/Shree Kumar Apte. 7. Transgenic crops approaches to avoid user reservation and resistance/E.A. Siddiq. 8. Alive with dead overexpression of a dead box Helicase confers salinity tolerance in plants/Narendra Tuteja. II. Sustainable biotechnology 9. Global sustainable biotechnology action for human welfare/Ivan R. Kennedy. 10. Biotechnology for global sustainable development/M. Mahadevappa and T.K.S. Gowda. 11. Management of wastelands/Barren Land through Cyanobacteria and rice production/B.D. Kaushik. 12. Rhizobacteria as biocontrol agents/K.V.B.R. Tilak. 13. Biodiversity and conservation of Tasar ecoraces/L.B. Kalantri and S.K. Sharma. 14. Bioenergy an in thing in Bharatdesh as an indigenous technology/Sugato Banergee. 15. Biotechnology sustainable development/S.L. Govindwar. 16. White paper on the future of sustainable biotechnology/Animesh Ray. 17. Biodiversity conservation for biotech/M.A. Haque. 18. Role of biofertilizers and organic matter in sustainable agriculture/A.C. Gaur. 19. Green chemistry global sustainable technology/Jyotsna S. Meshram and Arti S. Shanware. III. Immunology toxicology and animal biotechnology 20. Stem cells and regenerative biology/Surendra Ghaskadbi. 21. Role and advantages of biotechnology in vaccine development/Sudhir U. Meshram and Arti S. Shanware. 22. Transgenic products/Sudhir U. Meshram. 23. Horizons in animal biotechnology immunology and toxicology/Sudhir U. Meshram and Arti S. Shanware. 24. Environment a reservoir of pollutants/Gangadhar B. Shinde. IV. Microbial fermentation and biotechnology 25. Cold adapted enzymes fundamentals and biotechnological aspects/Marx J C D'Amico S. Collins T. Feller G. Sonan G. and Gerday C. 26. Production of enzymatic complex by aspergillus niger used for lignocellulose degradation/Stefana Jurcoane Camelia Diguta Luminita Tcacenco Irina Lupescu and Campeanu Gheorghe. 27. Genomics in aid of microbial fermentation of waste biomass into bioenergy bioproducts/Vipin Chandra Kalia and Sadhana Lal. 28. Feeding of protists upon fluorescently labelled bacteria or labelling of fed bacteria The FLB method in 21 century/Miroslav Macek Maria Elena Martinez Perez Dana Pestova and Jan Jezbera. Index. This book vividly brings out the complexities intricacies and constraints in developing and adopting appropriate sustainable technologies in the applied fields of agriculture environment biomedical and animal genetic engineering immunology etc. It covers biosensors bioremediation biofertilizers fermentation immunization DNA transportation biopesticides sustainable strategies agriculture animal and health sectors etc. It will be of great use not only to teachers and students of biotechnology and life sciences but also to farm scientists extension managers policymakers and administrators alike. The readers through this book will explore new avenues to alleviate the human and other biospheric sufferings because of poverty ignorance mismanagement and diseases particularly in developing countries. 210 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 74958

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R.S. Sengar, Shalini Gupta and Amit Kumar Sharma

Published by Studium Press (2011)

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Item Description: Studium Press, 2011. pbk. tables (illustrator). Contents Foreword Preface 1 General laboratory principles 2 Basic and advanced DNA RNA and protein molecular techniques 3 Plant tissue culture 4 Enzyme biotechnology 5 Biochemistry 6 Plant physiology 7 Environmental biotechnology 8 Genetics and cytogenetics Suggested reading Appendices Glossary Essential equipments for laboratory IndexToday plant biotechnology has become entrenched as a branch of science and biotechnology courses have been included not only at university but even at school level reflecting the importance of the subject Recently biotechnology has been introduced in syllabus of most of the universities at the graduate andor post graduate levels either as a separate paper or a part of it For the better understanding of the subject it is imperative that students should be facilitated to learn the elementary laboratory protocol on different aspects of plant biotechnology With this end in view authors have prepared the present book entitled Laboratory Manual on Biotechnology The authors have been teaching biotechnology and realises the problems of students Therefore this book is compiled to provide the students the current informations of different areas of practical biotechnology In this book various protocols have been described in very simple manner and worksheets have been provided to record the observations etc Exercises have been so arranged that they have become linked to each other for better understanding of the rationale to carry out the exercisesThe manual deals with seven different parts The language of the text is simple and the subject matter is fully illustrated In this book each experiment includes introduction principle materials procedure and calculations In addition there are 19 appendices which give minute details on basic chemistry buffer preparations and other aspects required for the conduct of the experimentsThe methods given in the book will be useful for conducting practical classes at the undergraduate and post graduate levels in biotechnology biochemistry microbiology agricultural sciences environmental science botany zoology genetics and plant breeding pharmaceutical science and other biology-related subjects This book will be bonanza for the research workers jacket 548 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 89795

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