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RURAL HEALTH

N D Kamble

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Ecology of Lakes and Reservoirs

Sakhare, Vishwas B

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ISBN 10: 8170354501 ISBN 13: 9788170354505

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xiii+202p., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm, Lakes and reservoirs hold a great promise as a source of freshwater demand of which will grow with passage of time. Unfortunately, these ecosystems are being neglected and destroyed in rural as well as in urban areas. The main problem in their management involves responsible for water holding capacity. Innumerable lakes and reservoirs scattered all over the country need an urgent management plans for their protection, rehabilitation and conservation. By suitable remedial measures these water bodies can provide an ideal recreational site apart from other benefits like fish production, charging of groundwater table, conditioning of the climate etc. To achieve this, there is a need of a clear-cut lake and reservoir protection strategy as an integral component of natural water policy. In the present book on ?Ecology of Lakes and Reservoirs? an attempt has been made to bring out the present status of lakes and reservoirs. It is includes the physical, chemical and biological aspects. The proposed book include 17 research articles of eminent scientists representing different lakes and reservoirs in India. Today environmental education is made compulsory at school and college levels. Even in recent years many graduate and postgraduate courses have ?ecology? as an important subjects. As a result, there is a need for comprehensive book on ?Ecology of Lakes and Reservoirs? This gap has been filled by the book. The proposed book will be useful for the ecologists, fishery biologists, students, scientists and policy makers as a reference material. It will also reviews the progress made in the field in the past few decades. Contents Chapter 1: Studies on Macro-zoobenthos in Mir Alam Lake, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by G Anitha, M S Kodarkar and S V A Chandrasekhar; Chapter 2: Ecology of Jawalgaon Reservoir in Solapur District, Maharashtra by V B Sakhare; Chapter 3: Ecology, Biodiversity and Management of Rabindar Sarovar in Kolkata, West Bengal by Manika Mukherji and N C Nandi; Chapter 4: Studies on Algae of Polluted Lakes of Jalgaon (Maharashtra): Role of Blue Green Algae by S N Nandan and S R Mahajan; Chapter 5: Limnological Studies on Kondakarla Lake Visakha District, Andhra Pradesh by S V A Chandrasekhar; Chapter 6: Cladocerans of Amaravathy Reservoir, Udumalpet, Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu, India by K Thirumathal; Chapter 7: Geoenvironmental and Microecological Characteristics of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra by Md Babar and P S Wakte; Chapter 8: Seasonal Variations in Certain Physico-chemical Characteristics of Rampur Reservoir of Guna District (MP) by Dushyant Kumar Sharma; Chapter 9: Physico-chemical Analysis of Water from Ekruk Reservoir (Maharashtra) for Potability by P K Joshi; Chapter 10: Water Quality of Talwade Reservoir of Nashik District, Maharashtra by Yogesh Shastri and P Y Bhogaonkar; Chapter 11: Contribution to the Distribution of Freshwater Copepods of Kanchipuram District of Tamil Nadu by K Renuga and R Ramanibai; Chapter 12: Ecology and Behaviour of Zooplanktons in Manjara Project Reservoir in Maharashtra by R J Chavan, A D Mohekar and C J Hiware; Chapter 13: Water Quality and Ecological Studies of Masoli Reservoir in Parbhani District, Maharashtra by S U Kadam, J M Gaikwad and Md Babar; Chapter 14: Physico-chemical Analysis of Bhategaon Reservoir in Parbhani District, Maharashtra by R P Mali, A T Kamble andLM Mudkhede; Chapter 15: Ichthyofauna of Reservoirs from Solapur District, Maharashtra by J S Mohite; Chapter 16: An Evaluation of Fisheries Potential of Masoli Reservoir in Parbhani District of Maharashtra by S P Chavan; Chapter 17: In situ Conservation Strategies for Urban Lakes: A Case Study of Thane City by Nagesh S Tekale. Bookseller Inventory # 021666

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Ecology of Lakes and Reservoirs

V.B. Sakhare

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ISBN 10: 8170354501 ISBN 13: 9788170354505

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Lakes and reservoirs hold a great promise as a source of freshwater demand of which will grow with passage of time. Unfortunately, these ecosystems are being neglected and destroyed in rural as well as in urban areas. The main problem in their management involves responsible for water holding capacity.;Innumerable lakes and reservoirs scattered all over the country need an urgent management plans for their protection, rehabilitation and conservation. By suitable remedial measures these water bodies can provide an ideal recreational site apart from other benefits like fish production, charging of groundwater table, conditioning of the climate etc. To achieve this, there is a need of a clear-cut lake and reservoir protection strategy as an integral component of natural water policy.;In the present book on \`Ecology of Lakes and Reservoirs\` an attempt has been made to bring out the present status of lakes and reservoirs. It is includes the physical, chemical and biological aspects. The proposed book include 17 research articles of eminent scientists representing different lakes and reservoirs in India.;Today environmental education is made compulsory at school and college levels. Even in recent years many graduate and postgraduate courses have \`ecology\` as an important subjects. As a result, there is a need for comprehensive book on \`Ecology of Lakes and Reservoirs\`. This gap has been filled by the book. The proposed book will be useful for the ecologists, fishery biologists, students, scientists and policy makers as a reference material. It will also reviews the progress made in the field in the past few decades.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Studies on Macro-zoobenthos in Mir Alam Lake, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by G Anitha, M S Kodarkar and S V A Chandrasekhar; Chapter 2: Ecology of Jawalgaon Reservoir in Solapur District, Maharashtra by V B Sakhare; Chapter 3: Ecology, Biodiversity and Management of Rabindar Sarovar in Kolkata, West Bengal by Manika Mukherji and N C Nandi; Chapter 4: Studies on Algae of Polluted Lakes of Jalgaon (Maharashtra): Role of Blue Green Algae by S N Nandan and S R Mahajan; Chapter 5: Limnological Studies on Kondakarla Lake Visakha District, Andhra Pradesh by S V A Chandrasekhar; Chapter 6: Cladocerans of Amaravathy Reservoir, Udumalpet, Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu, India by K Thirumathal; Chapter 7: Geoenvironmental and Microecological Characteristics of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra by Md Babar and P S Wakte; Chapter 8: Seasonal Variations in Certain Physico-chemical Characteristics of Rampur Reservoir of Guna District (MP) by Dushyant Kumar Sharma; Chapter 9: Physico-chemical Analysis of Water from Ekruk Reservoir (Maharashtra) for Potability by P K Joshi; Chapter 10: Water Quality of Talwade Reservoir of Nashik District, Maharashtra by Yogesh Shastri and P Y Bhogaonkar; Chapter 11: Contribution to the Distribution of Freshwater Copepods of Kanchipuram District of Tamil Nadu by K Renuga and R Ramanibai; Chapter 12: Ecology and Behaviour of Zooplanktons in Manjara Project Reservoir in Maharashtra by R J Chavan, A D Mohekar and C J Hiware; Chapter 13: Water Quality and Ecological Studies of Masoli Reservoir in Parbhani District, Maharashtra by S U Kadam, J M Gaikwad and Md Babar; Chapter 14: Physico-chemical Analysis of Bhategaon Reservoir in Parbhani District, Maharashtra by R P Mali, A T Kamble andLM Mudkhede; Chapter 15: Ichthyofauna of Reservoirs from Solapur District, Maharashtra by J S Mohite; Chapter 16: An Evaluation of Fisheries Potential of Masoli Reservoir in Parbhani District of Maharashtra by S P Chavan; Chapter 17: In situ Conservation Strategies for Urban Lakes: A Case Study of Thane City by Nagesh S Tekale. Printed Pages: 215. Bookseller Inventory # 59225

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Mulberry Sericulture: Problems and Prospects

A.K. Tripathi,B.N. Pandey,Kamal Jaiswal,Sunil P. Trivedi

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2009)

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Item Description: APH Publishing Corporation, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Mulberry ( Morus Spp.) is an important commercial crop cultivated extensively both in temperate and tropical climatic conditions as a sole food plant for silkworm, Bombay x mori. Being perennial, deep rooted, high biomass producing foliage plant, mulberry gained importance in sericulture industry as a food resource for silk worms. Besides, other factors, no doubt, leaf quality of mulberry plays a pivotal role in up keeping of silkworms and production of silk. This has generated an interest in Seri-biologists to develop a variety of improved strains of mulberry by continous breeding efforts. Moreover, researches were also carried out to explore and develop disease resistant mulberry plants with superior leaf quality.CONTENTS:1. New Breeding Approaches in the Development of Silkworm Breeds of the Mulberry Silkworm, Bombyx Mori L/Ravindra Singh, D. Gangopadhyay, R. Nirupama and C.K. Kamble 2. Breeding of New Thermo-Tolerant Bivoltine Silkworm Hybrid ATR16 x ATR29 and its Performance at Farmers` Level/Abad A. Siddiqui, M.A. Khan, T.P.S. Chauhan, R. Lochan and Mir Nisar Ahmad 3. Mulberry Shoot Feeding to 5 Stage Silkworms Proves to be Much More Lucrative than Individual Mulberry Leaf Feeding for Higher Cocoon Productivity, with Special Reference to Autumn Season in Sub-Tropics of Jammu Region (R&K)/M.A. Khan, S.K. Raina, T.P.S. Chauhan, S.L. Dhar and B.B. Bindroo 4. Sustainability in Quality Cocoon Production in Mandya District of Karnataka - Through Adoption of JICA Technologies/G.B. Singh, C.K. Kamble, M. Venkateswara Rao and T.S. Tsuchiya 5. Studies on Cocoon Size Variables Vis-a-Vis Reeling Traits of Silkworm (Bombyx Mori L.) Germplasm/B. Mohan, N. Balachandran, M. Muthulakshmi, R.K. Sinha and S.M.H. Qadri 6. Performance of Reeling Traits in Mulberry Silkworm Hybrids/A.A. Siddiqui, R.K. Khatri, Deepak Kumar, D.P. Srivastava and Meera Verma 7. Biodiversity of the Mulberry Silkworm Bombyx Mori L/Geetha N. Murthy, H.S. Phaniraj and B. Saratchandra 8. Performance of Different Mulberry Varieties on Silkworm Rearing in Monsoon Season of Uttar Pradesh/Anshul Srivastava and Vadamalai Elangovan 9. Breeding of Spring Specific Bivoltine Silkworm Hybrid SBGP5 x SBGP22/Mir Nisar Ahmad, M.A. Khan, S.M. Quadir and Abad A. Siddiqui 10. Evaluation of Rearing and Silk Parameters in Elite Bivoltine Silkworm Germplasm/M. Muthulakshmi, N. Balachandran, B. Mohan, S.A. Hiremath, P.R. Koundinya, R.K. Sinha and S.M.H. Qadri 11. Breeding Phenomenon of Sex Limited Silkworm Genotypes Bombyx Mori L. on Cocoon Colour/T.P.S. Chauhan and Mukesh Tayal 12. Measures to Improve the Silkworm Cocoon Productivity in Autumn and Introduction of Summer Crop in North-Western States/Abad A. Siddiqui, M.A. Khan and Mir Nisar Ahmad 13. Effects of Mulberry (Morus Sp.) Transpiration Suppressants on Economic Traits of Silkworm (Bombyx Mori L.)/B.K. Singhal, Anil Dhar, B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan 14. Identification of Promising Bivoltine Hybrids of Silkworm Bombyx mori L/M. Ramesh Babu, H. Lakshmi, J. Prasad, J. Seetharamulu and Chandrashekharaiah 15. Studies on the Residual Effect of Botanical Pesticides on Silkworm, Bombyx Mori L. and its Economic Parameters/S.K. Mukhopadhyay, M.V. Santha Kumar, P. Mitra, S.K. Das and A.K. Bajpai 16. Beneficial Effects of Gibberellic Acid (GA3) on Growth and Reproductive Efficiency of Silkworm, Bombyx mori L/C.R. Hegde, S.R. Ananthanarayana and T.M. Veeraiah 17. Season Specific Silkworm Rearing Package for Eastern India/T. Datta, A.K. Saha, S.K. Das and A.K. Bajpai 18. Native Bombyx Mori L. (Lepidoptera : Bombycidae) : Prospects of In-Situ Maintenance/M.Z. Khan, K. Mandal, S.K. Das and A.K. Bajpai 19. Comparative Study of Impact of Bed Disinfectant on the Cocoon Productivity/Ranjan Tiwari, S.K. Tyagi, M. Bhatt and M.A. Khan Printed Pages: 256. Bookseller Inventory # 36145

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Environmental Protection

Kumar, Arvind & Shamshun Nehar eds

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170354889 ISBN 13: 9788170354888

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+322p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, With the advent of improved scientific and technological innovations there has been a spurt in industrial and developmental activities. This has caused enormous strain on environmental resources and dynamism resulting in gross ecological imbalance. In fact, every major developmental activity is bound to have positive or adverse impacts on environment. We have witnessed multifarious environmental consequences on account of developmental activities; be it in agriculture, power generation, mega dams, and nuclear or mining sector. Global environmental consequences in terms of global warming, rising sea levels and depleting trend of genetic resources etc have already range alarm-bells for threatened future of mankind and should be treated as an alarm for the impending dangers to mankind. The book entitled Environmental Protection is a unique compilation of most recent articles of eminent scientist of the concerned fields of Environmental Science, which will be helpful for students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well for policy makes in achieving the goal of better environment. Contents Chapter 1: Role of Copepods in Aquacultural Strategies by D K Singh and Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Vermiculture of Eudrilus eugeniae and Eisenia fetida in Different Organic Wastes by M Senthamil Chelvi and M R Rajan; Chapter 3: Antibacterial Activity of Citrus Limon Fruit Juice Against Pathogenic Bacteria by Pradeep M Tumane, Bharat J Wadher, Aqueel Khan and Ashok V Gomashe; Chapter 4: Antibacterial Activity of Plant Extracts on Different Human Pathogens by Mamta Rawat; Chapter 5: Interaction Between Engineering, Astrology and Vastu: A Holistic Approach by Gurukirpal Singh and Sarbjit Singh Sooch; Chapter 6: Biodiesel: As an Alternative Fuel by Rashmi Shrivastava and Praveen Jain; Chapter 7: House: The Family Temple by Gurukirpal Singh and Sarbjit Singh Sooch; Chapter 8: Modelling of Estimation of Gene Frequencies by G Eswara Prasad and D Nagarajan; Chapter 9: Evaluation of Toxicity of Monocrotophos Against Three Vector Species of Mosquito by N Arun Nagendran; Chapter 10: Evaluation of Greengram Germplasm for Tolerance to Pre-harvest Sprouting by K L Narasimha Rao, Ch Mallikarjuna Rao and Y Koteshwara Rao; Chapter 11: Embedded Type Third Order Slope Rotatable Designs Over All Directions by G V S R Anjaneyulu, K Sri Suvarna Lakshmi and V L Narasimham; Chapter 12: Comparative Study on the Haemocytes of Some Cerambicidae by S D Disale, S R Wagh, S M Gaikwad, G P Bhawane and G D Deshmukh; Chapter 13: Flavobacterium ferrugineus as an Ecofriendly Biopesticide Against Larvae of Pericallia ricini (Arctidae: Lepidoptera) by S Dinakaran and S Anbalagan; Chapter 14: Study of Important Medicinal Plants from Parner Tahasil, Dist. Ahmednagar, India by S K Aher, V S Shinde, R B Ghogare, A R Thube, Y P Date, S R Paimode and A R Kale; Chapter 15: Some Common Medicinal Plants Used by Koch (Tribal) People of Goalpara District of Assam by A Rahman, S K Basumatary and M Ahmed; Chapter 16: Quantification of Organic Matter Fractions in Sewage Biosolid Composts by T Chitdeshwari; Chapter 17: Influence of Vermicompost on the Growth and the Secondary Metabolites of Selected Medicinal Plants by D Srinivasa Rao, Indira A Jeyaraaj, R Jeyaraaj and M Lakshmi Prabha; Chapter 18: Effect of organic-Inorganic Fertilizers on Groundnut-Wheat Cropping Sequence by B M Kamble, M S Shirke and B A Chougle; Chapter 19: Extent of Adoption and Economics of Integrated Pest Management on Farmer?s Field by M Chandra Sekhar Reddy, K V Siva Reddy and V Chenga Reddy; Chapter 20: Growth of Vegetable Using Vermicompost by G Nithya and T Thangaraj; Chapter 21: Computer Ergonomics: Relooking at Machines vs. Environment by K Chandra Sekharaiah, Md Abdul Muqsit Khan, Upakaram Gopal; Chapter 22: Studies on Feasibility of Different Packaging Materials for Turmeric by V T Yamgar and M S Shirke; Chapter 23: Effect of Organic Manure, Inorganic and Biofertilizer. Bookseller Inventory # 022205

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Dimensions of Environmental Threats

Kumar, Arvind ed

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ISBN 10: 817035305X ISBN 13: 9788170353058

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2003. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xx+391p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, Nature has been mercilessly exploited by mankind in various ways for short-term benefits without realizing its consequences. Due to population explosion, rapid industrialisation, unplanned urbanisation and destruction of natural resources, eco-degradation has made the life of human beings miserable on this watery planet. During the recent years, with the growing concern for the environment and its management, and accumulated scientific concepts on environment have witnessed the emergence of a multi-disciplinary subject, i.e., Environmental Science. The aim of this book is to provide its readers an acquaintance with recent research trends in the field of Environmental Science. For this purpose, the present book is a unique compilation of 49 articles contributed by eminent authors with different backgrounds, which will act as a keyboard in opening new vista in the field of environmental science. With its application-oriented and inter-disciplinary approach, the book would be immensely useful to everyone dealing with the environment, such as University teachers, environmental scientists, academics, technocrats, politicians, researchers and post graduate students. Contents Chapter 1: Metal Pollutants in Living Environment: Threat and Challenges by A Kumar, Y C Tripathi, S Singh & G Tripathi; Chapter 2: Bioagrochemicals Towards Gradual Alleviation of Synthetic Chemicals by Y C Tripathi, Sushma Singh, G Tripathi & A Kumar; Chapter 3: Forests and Forestry as Carbon Sequestration Option for India by V R S Rawat & P K Khatri; Chapter 4: Urban Garbage Recycling: A Means to Control Environmental Pollution and a Way to Sustainable Agriculture: A Review by M V Chalapathi, K Malikarjuna, S Thimmegowda, N Deva Kumar, G Gangadhar Eswar Rao & R Jayaramaiah; Chapter 5: Environmental Impact Assessment for a Cement Plant by N A Siddiqui & R N Shukla; Chapter 6: Environment Degradation in Agriculture by Avtar Singh & J S Kang; Chapter 7: Antibiotics in Plant Disease Management: Friends or Foes of Environment? by Anil Handa, P D Thakur & Bhupesh Gupta; Chapter 8: Net Primary Productivity of a Grassland Community at Chachipur (Manipur) by A Radhapyari Devi, B Manihar Sharma & H Manoranjan Sharma; Chapter 9: Effect of indigenous and Introduced VAM Fungi on Growth of Dolichos Lablab L (Field Bean) by H C Lakshman, L Rajanna & Y Srinivasulu; Chapter 10: Heterosis in Pigeonpea Over Different Environments by C Vanniarajan, P Rangasamy, N Nadarajan & J Ramalingam; Chapter 11: Characterisation and Eco-Restoration of Limestone Minespolis of Outer Himalaya by K S Dadhwal; Chapter 12: Impact of Coal Dust on Microbial Populations in the Soil Around Jawahar Khani, Andhra Pradesh by K Prameela & M A Singara Charya; Chapter 13: Impact of Stone Crusher Dust Pollution on Biomass and Chlorophyll of Maize Crop by D D Pandey, A K Nirala & R R Gautam; Chapter 14: Concentrations of Heavy Metals in Penaeus spp of Brackishwater Wetland Ecosystem of West Bengal by A Mitra, T Mandal & D P Bhattacharyya; Chapter 15: Sorghum Shoot Fly Population Dynamics as Influenced by Ecological Factors by H G Kandalkar, U B Men and S B Atale & Ku P S Kadam; Chapter 16: Enzymatic Changes Due to Pesticidal Stress in a Freshwater Fish Sabotherodon Mossambicus by G B Kamble, D V Muley & V Y Deshpande; Chapter 17: Need to Promote Sewage Fed Fish Culture as Ecofriendly Production Technology by A S Ninawe; Chapter 18: Influence of Some Pesticides on Cyanobacteria ?in vitro? Conditions by Kamal Kapoor & Leenta Arora; Chapter 19: Adaptability of Affected Farmers in a Tannery Effluent Polluted Agricultural Environment by R Venkattakumar, P N Ananth & K B Sripal; Chapter 20: Effective Techniques of Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) by ST Ingle; Chapter 21: Environment and Ecoplanning of Mining of Sedimentary Deposits of Forest Areas by Naresh C Saxena & Gurdeep Singh; Chapter 22: Bio-conversion of Agro Waste Sugarcane Trash Using an I. Bookseller Inventory # 022203

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Biodiversity

B N Pandey; Sadhana Desh Pande and B D Joshi

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Item Description: APH, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Biodiversity and livelihood of the poor in India/D.K. Belsare. 2. Molluscan species diversity at some sampling sites in lower reaches of the River Subernarekha (Review)/S.R. Pal and P.N. Pandey. 3. Studies on population dynamics of Mangrove associated Crabs from Ratnagiri (West Coast)/S.A. Kasture P.P. Joshi and G.K. Kulkarni. 4. Diversity of Zooplankton from Kalikhan Water Body at Sangli (M.S.) India/S.P. Kamble S.S. Patil S.R. Patil and M. Babare. 5. Preliminary studies on the Biodiversity of Plankton Zooplankton and aquatic macro organisms from Mayani Lake Dist. Satara/S.D. Deshpande J.A. Kulkarni R.B. Gaikwad V.V. Vaidya K.J. Dhyansagar H.V. Mangi S. Hole and A.A. Jadhav. 6. Ichthyo Fauna of Bhima River/Shendge A.N. 7. Living with snakes a dwindling art/Pratyush P. Mohapatra Sushil K. Dutta and Ashis K. Mohanty. 8. Discovery of New Nesting Colony of Painted Storks in Ahmednagar District Maharashtra/Sudhakar Kurhade and Rushikesh Tambe. 9. Phayre's Langur (Trachypithecus Phayrei)/Sukarna Deb. 10. Study on aggressive behaviour in wild populations of Capped Langur (Trachypithecus Pileatus) in India/G.S. Solanki and Awadhesh Kumar. 11. Role of sediments in relation to productivity and fishery potentiality of Mangroves Swamp of Akshi Creek/S.S. Yeragi and S.G. Yeragi. 12. Digenian biodiversity of bird from Satna (M.P.) India/Awasthi Usha and Babu C.J. 13. Coexistence An invulnerable requirement for life/S. Krupanidhi. 14. Ecotourism for sustainability of Gautam Buddha Wildlife Sanctuary Gaya (Bihar) India/Anil Kumar. 15. Predator Prey relationships in Melghat Tiger Reserve with special reference to Tigers (Panthera Tigris)/M.V. Shirbhate. 16. Diseases caused by Caryophyllaeids (Caryophyllidea Cestoidea) in fishes a critical review/Umapati Sahay H.C.P. Sah and Sarojini Sahay. 17. Edible Molluscan Shellfish of Singhbhum Plateau Jharkhand India/M.C. Mahata. 18. Survey of Chalcid Parasitoids of Eastern India/Parimita Gupta and S.M. Shamim. The present book entitled Biodiversity comprises 18 articles pertaining to this discipline is basically a proceeding of the 17th All India Congress of Zoology held from 15 17 October 2006 at Vidyanagri Baramati Pune. This book will be very useful for the students teachers and researchers in this field and it can also be used as a standard reference book. 248 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 64693

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Mobilisation of Backward Communities in India

B V BhoSale

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ISBN 10: 8176295884 ISBN 13: 9788176295888

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Item Description: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. Theoretical perspectives 1. Culture and religious identity of India from Dalit and minorities perspectives/S.M. Michael. 2. Backward caste movements from social reforms to substantive protests/J.K. Pundir. II. Identification of backward communities 3. Defining constitutional terms for the classification of citizens into backward categories the case of Maharashtra/S.M. Dahiwale. 4. Problems of identification of backward communities/P. Viswanathan. III. Problems of marginal groups 5. The politics of mobilisation of the backward classes Malaise diagnosis and treatment/Susmita Dasgupta. 6. Mobilization of Charmakars/Eknath Kamble. 7. Safai Kamgar community some issues in conceptualization/P.S. Vivek. 8. Mobilising Muslims in Northern Indian sub continent unfruitful past cruel present grim future/Babasaheb Kazi. 9. Human rights of Dalits and untouchables/Amita Agarwal. 10. Mobility among the Scheduled Castes of Andhra Pradesh a sociological perspective/N. Sudhakar Rao. 11. Dalit discontent and the pattern of mobilisation the experience of Bihar/Suresh Kumar. 12. Other Backward Classes in Bihar/A.K. Lal. IV. Issues in mobilisation 13. Issues of mobilisation for Scheduled Castes in Maharashtra a case study of Charmakars/B.V. BhoSale. 14. Inevitability and inadequacy of caste some dilemmas for mobilisation of backward castes/Rajeswari Deshpande. 15. The fragmentation of the backward classes movement in Tamil Nadu a study of the PMK/Santishree D. Pandit. 16. The mobilisation of backward communities through co operative movement/P.A. Koli. V. Politics of tribal Dalit and backward classes 17. Tribes ethnicity and politics the experience of North east India in political mobilisation since independence/Pratyusa Kumar Mandal. 18. Emerging dominance of Other Backward Classes in Bihar/S.N. Chaudhary. 19. Tribal identity in India some thoughts/Narendra Bokhare. Index. The mobilisation of backward communities in India has several socio economic and political dimensions. The nature and extent of mobilisation achieved by the backward communities of India as a result of reservation policy to some extent in areas of education employment and politics is to some extent important in post independence period. This book on Mobilisation of Backward Communities in India throws light on several issues. Firstly who are the backward communities and problems in identification of backward communities. Secondly since the socio economic problems of the backward communities are not similar requires formation of theoretical perspectives. Thirdly problems of backward communities. Fourthly issues in mobilization. Lastly what is the nature of politics and to what extent backward communities are uplifted and empowered. The book discloses the issues achievements obstacles and failures of backward communities and further setting agenda for efficient mobilization to achieve social justice. The tribals Dalits and Backward communities continue to suffer exploitation discrimination and deprivations. In the conclusion there is voice for serious thinking on issues pertaining to mobilization. The book is the outcome of empirical and secondary data. 298 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 53175

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Poverty and Its Alleviation : Programmes : Remedial Measures: Strategies and Role of World Bank

S N Misra

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176296708 ISBN 13: 9788176296700

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Item Description: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. I. Poverty and poverty alleviation programmes 1. Public expenditure on poverty alleviation/Mukta S. Adi. 2. Rural poverty alleviation programmes/K.N. Yadav. 3. Poverty alleviation programmes in India/Rajender Kumar and P.J. Philip. 4. Poverty alleviation programmes their impact/Satish Shrivastav. 5. Poverty alleviation issues and challenges/B.H. Nagoor. 6. Poverty alleviation programmes and poverty reduction/P.N. Sharma. 7. Poverty alleviation measures in India/V. Ambumani and T. Lingamurugeshwari. II. Poverty and its remedial measures 8. Poverty and its reduction strategies in India/J. Bala Komaraiah. 9. Poverty and growth in post reform period/Talwar Sabanna and Uttam Kamble. 10. Rural poverty globalisation and structural adjustment in India/Sukhpal Singh. 11. Poverty removal in India a new approach/Ratan Lal Basu. 12. Poverty alleviation and sustainable development/Syed Noman Ahmad. 13. Sustainable economic development and poverty reduction/V.B. Jugale and R.S. Gadage. 14. Poverty in India/Snehlata Srivastava. III. Strategies for poverty alleviation 15. Human development and poverty/Anil Kumar Choudhury. 16. Poverty human resource and infrastructure development/Paramjit Dhindsa and R.S. Bawa. 17. Role of plans in poverty eradication/S. Natchathira Jothi and M. Jeyakani. 18. Employment generation and poverty/Navin Kumar. 19. Public distribution system a necessity for poor/M.S. Sidhu and P.S. Rangi. 20. Poverty reduction and fiscal and sectoral reforms/N. Narayana and K. Gangappa. 21. SC and ST poverty and poverty alleviation/Dilip Kumar Ghosh. 22. Micro finance for poverty alleviation/M. Ramanjaneyulu and H.L. Nagaraja. IV. World Bank and poverty alleviation 23. Role of World Bank in alleviating poverty/P.M. Passah. 24. World Bank and poverty alleviation/V. Ambumani and V. Pradeep. 25. World Bank and poverty/V.B. Kakade and J.F. Patil. 26. Role of World Bank in poverty alleviation/Suchitra Krishna Kumar. 27. Poverty alleviation and World Bank/N. Gajalakshmi. Index. From the foreword Poverty and Its Alleviation is an edited volume consisting of 27 articles based on articles dealing with various aspects of poverty alleviation in India. These are grouped in four parts viz. (a) Poverty and poverty alleviation programmes (b) Poverty and its remedial measures (c) Strategies for poverty alleviation and (d) World bank and poverty alleviation. As poverty is nearly a perennial problem in India and as its absolute figures are still daunting in spite of its falling percentages such analysis of poverty alleviation in India will provide guidelines to the policy makers in future by identifying the shortcomings of policies adopted in the past. 365 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 56118

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Medicinal Plants of India, Volume 3

Dinesh Jadhav

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Item Description: Scientific Publishers, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The present book "Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants of India and Nepal" is next publication in the series on Indian Medicinal Plants. The contributors of the papers in this book are well known Indian Ethnobotanists who have furnished authenticated data for further scientific and clinical tests. The information about the medicinal plants spread over 325 pages, covers various tribal communities from north to south and east to west and different ailments cured in nature`s dispensary. Beautiful phtographs of some medicinal plants have also been provided by some contributors. The information furnished in the book will be useful for controlling biopiracy, backing conservation stretegies and facilitate better understanding of phytotherapy research. Contents: Preliminary pharmacognostic evaluation and phytochemical studies on seeds of Blepharis edulis Pers. (Utangan) ? Pande, M.S. & A.K. Pathak Ethnomedicinal plants used by the tribals of Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary in Palakkad district, Kerala State, India ? Yesodharan, K. & K.A. Sujana Notes on rare and locally threatened ethnomedicinal plants of Bankura district, West Bengal and their ex situ conservation ? Panda, S. Ethnobotanical survey of West Rardh (Murshidabad, Birbhum, Bankura, Purulia, Purba and Paschim Medinipur districts) for natural health care and Green Belt movement ? Ghosh, Ashis Traditional uses of some plants in Folk Medicines on Indo-Nepal Border ? Maliya, S.D. Plants in Ethno-veterinary practices in Kullu district - Himachal Pradesh ? Thakur, Shalu Devi, Syed Mubashir Hanief & N.S. Chauhan Survey and Conservation of Homoeopathic Medicinal Plants of Orissa, India ? Behera, Susanta K., Anima Panda & Malaya K. Misra Plants used in the treatment of various human ailments by the Bhil tribe of Ratlam district (M.P.) India ? Jadhav, Dinesh Ethnoveterinary plants from tribal inhabitated localities of Ratlam district (M.P.) India ? Jadhav, Dinesh Some forest weeds in lateritic Paschim Medinipur district and their Therapeutic values ? Mahanta, A.K., D.C. Pal & B.R. Pati Some less known ethnomedicinal plants of Tirunelveli Hills, Tamil Nadu ? Ayyanar, M. & S. Ignacimuthu Selected plants used as Hair tonic ? Sur, P.R., A.M. Saren & A.C. Haldar Traditional usage of Mehandi (Lawsonia inermis L.) ? Singh, K.P., Pooja Garg & Gunjan Dhakre Ethnobotany of some Macrophytes of Kashmir ? Kak, A. Majeed Economically important plants from Orang National Park, Assam ? Begum, Samim Sofika & T.M. Hynniewta Ethnobotany of Thakar Tribe of Maharashtra ? S.Y. Kamble, T.N. More, S.R. Patil, E.A. Singh & S.G. Pawar Herbal folklore for Migraine in Porbandar district of Gujarat ? Jadeja, B.A., N.K. Odedra & K.P. Thanki A contribution to the medicinal plants of West Midnapore district, West Bengal, India ? Das, Pijush Kanti & Amal Kumar Mondal Some plants used in Veterinary Medicine, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India ? Mahanta, A.K., D.C. Pal & B.R. Pati A survey of the medicinal use of religious plants in Parassala Panchayat, Neyyattinkara Taluk, Kerala ? Ajitkumar, K.G. & R.S. Chitra Medicinal plants being used by people in Bilaspur and Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh ? Singh, Archna & Ajay Kumar Antifungal screening of some ethnomedicinal herbal plants ? Bhalla, N.P., Suman Bhalla & D. Jain Medicinal Plants of Sericultural gardens of Dehra Dun ? Srivastav, P.K., Sandeep, P.N. Mishra & M.A. Khan Climbing plants with special reference to their medicinal importance from Midnapore Town and its adjoining areas ? Samanta, A.K. & K.K. Biswas Observations on some anti-inflammatory uses of plants from Mahadeo Hills in Madhya Pradesh ? Abhayankar, Ravindra, Ravi Upadhyay & N.P. Shukla Traditional knowledge of Mahua (Madhuca indica J.F. Gmel.) and its utilization in current initiatives ? Mukta, N. & N. Sunil Some Printed Pages: 269. Bookseller Inventory # 65645

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WTO and Intellectual Property Rights

Talwar Sabanna

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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Item Description: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) India is chasing and world is running an unbridled question/B.N. Nimbur and G.S. Hiremath. 2. Intellectual Property Rights in India under WTO Regime/Akash S.B. 3. Likely impacts of TRIPs on Indian agriculture/Chandra Prakash Singh and Ranjan Kumar Sinha. 4. Globalisation of tourism trade and business trade impact on Indian tourism industry and national economy/Pushpa P. 5. WTO Agreement on Agriculture (AoA) and horticulture in India/Prakash S. Kamble. 6. World Trade Organisation and Indian economy/S.K. Dhage. 7. The impact of WTO in Indian Patent Regime/V. Neelamegam. 8. WTO and market access for non agriculture sector/Shamim Akhtar and Khadija Sultana Khan. 9. WTO and agreement on agriculture/Debesh Bhowmik. 10. Impact of WTO on Indian Pharmaceutical Industry/Tara Kant Jha. 11. India's concerns to bio technology and bio safety in the WTO/N. Manonmoney. 12. WTO and Indian Dairy Industry implication and consequences in the Post WTO Era/I. Francis Gnanasekar and T. Revathi. 13. Issue of labour standards in WTO Regime the case of Nepal/Shyam Bahadur Katuwal. 14. Protection of plant varieties in India/Sreenivasulu N.S. 15. Intellectual Property Rights and India issues and imperatives/V. Basil Hans. 16. WTO and textile exports emerging issues/Bipasha Choudhaury and Swati Jain. Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are granted by governments to attempt to correct a market failure that produces less than optimal amounts of investments in innovative activity. Patents are used to protect products and processes. It is often less costly to reverse engineer a product than to undertake the Research and Development (R&D) to create the innovation. In the absence of any laws preventing companies from engaging in reverse engineering or similar activities and then marketing their copies all firms would wish to be the copy cat firm and soon there would be no innovations to copy. Innovations are viewed as a very important factor in increasing welfare for societies. IPRs grant the owner the exclusive right to prevent a third party from using reproducing selling exporting or importing the product or process that is protected. In exchange the owner must disclose all information relevant to duplicating the product or process. This provides the firm with a temporary monopoly in which they can potentially earn monopoly rents. In exchange for exclusive marketing rights their acquired knowledge is made available to the public. The potential profits available to a firm induce it to undertake expensive and risky R&D. 260 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 65390

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Rural Health

Kamble, N. D.

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Item Description: Ashish Pub House, 1984. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Apparent First Edition. Hardcover with removeable dust jacket in very good condition. DJ shows faint rubbing and wear around edges. Covers beneath DJ show minor wear, front cover has some dark marks (from glue maybe?). First page has signature at top right corner. Pages inside clean and tight. Bookseller Inventory # 32434

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Bulletin of the Botanical Survey of India : Vol: 46: Nos 1 to 4 : Seminar Volume: National Seminar

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Item Description: Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Floristic studies in Darjeeling Hills/A.P. Das. 2. Phytodiversity analysis a geospatial approach/Sarnam Singh P.S. Roy M.B. Chandrashekhar D.K. Singh Surendra Singh B.P. Uniyal and P.K. Joshi. 3. Asclepiadaceae of Maharashtra/M.Y. Kamble and S.R. Yadav. 4. Floristic and vegetational analysis of Nabarangapur District of Orissa India/M. Brahmam and N.K. Dhal. 5. Wild asteraceous species of Indian Botanic Garden/A. A. Ansari and S. Panda. 6. Floristic diversity of Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradess/B.K. Sinha and B.K. Shukla. 7. Endemic and rare plants of Chhattisgarh/K.K. Khanna Ajay Kumar Jha Anand Kumar and S.K. Murti. 8. Contribution to the embryology sporoderm and spermoderm pattern of Bothriochloa pertusa (L.) A. Camus Capillipedium filiculme (Hook.f.) Stapf and Dichanthium annulatum Forssk.) Stapf with a brief discussion on its taxonomic status/C.A. Nikhade and V.A. Ghaisas. 9. Weed flora of tea gardens of Darjeeling Terai/Chandra Ghosh Bidya D. Sharma and A.P. Das. 10. The floristic composition of Salon wetland Uttar Pradesh/B.K. Sinha and R.D. Dixit. 11. Phytodiversity in semiprotected riverbanks of Agra/V.P. Bhatnagar Anil Kumar and J.N. Srivastava. 12. Aquatic flowering plant wealth of South western Maharashtra/S.P. Gaikwad M.M. Sardesai and S.R. Yadav.13. Floristic diversity of Bandhavgarh National Park Madhya Pradesh/S.K. Srivastava. 14. Noteworthy pteridophytes from Apalchand reserve Jalpaiguri District West Bengal/N. Shimpi Shraddha and R. Suchandra Dutta. 15. Floristic composition of Singrauli Coal mines area/B.K. Shukla and G.P. Roy. 16. Preliminary studies on floristic status of some selected sacred groves from Sangameshwar Taluka District Ratnagiri Maharashtra/Suchandra Dutta. 17. Plant diversity (angiosperm) of stress sites of Sultanpur (Uttar Pradesh)/Veena Chandra. 18. Ethno medicobotanical survey in Dharwad plants used for Jaundice/S.S. Hebbar V.H. Harsha G.R. Hegde and V. Shripathi. 19. Ethnobotanical observation on tribal areas of Vidisha District Madhya Pradesh/Brajesh Sahu and T.R. Sahu. 20. Some un noticed medicinal uses of flowering plants of South western Maharashtra/V.B. Shimpale C.B. Salunkhe N.K. Dravid and S.R. Yadav. 21. Plant sources of formulated homoeopathic drugs/C. Chandrakala D. Narasimhan and C. Livingstone. 22. Correct identity of some folk medicines of South western Maharashtra/Preeti D. Mahekar and S.R. Yadav. 23. Traditional herbal remedies among the Bhilalas of West Nimar District M.P. India/S.K. Mahajan and Yogesh Garde. 24. Ethnomedicobotany of Uttara Kannada District Karnataka State/V.H. Harsha S.S. Hebbar G.R. Hegde and G. Shripathi. 25. Ethnobotanical significance of the flora of Neora Valley National Park in the District of Darjeeling West Bengal (India)/P.C. Rai and A.P. Das. 26. An ethnobotanical study of the tribals of Barwani District of Madhya Pradesh/S.K. Mahajan and B. Khare. 27. Ethno taxonomical studies of some Ayurvedic drugs/O.P. Mishra. 28. Comparative eco ethnology of two village populations in South Bankura W.B. India/Ashalata D'Rozario. 29. Some ethnomedicinal plants of Dhar District/C.M. Solanki and Veena Satya. 30. Depleting medicinal and aromatic plants of Jharkhand State/S.P. Jain and J. Singh. 31. A note on medico ethnobotany of Vijaygarh (Khargone) Madhya Pradesh/Pushpa Patel and S.K. Mahajan. 32. The ethnobotany of the gond tribe of Noradehi wildlife sanctuary Madhya Pradesh plants used in skin diseases/Gayatri Dubey. 33. Medicinal and aromatic weed diversity in botanic garden and their sustainable utilisation for conservation/P. Sahu T.R. Sahu and B.P. Nonhare. 34. Integrating ecosystem conservation and plant systematics new approaches for biodiversity conservation/A. Raizada. 35. Diversity and conservation of medicinal plant of Seshachalam Hill range of Andhra Pradesh India/N. Savithramma. 36. Biosystematic studies distribution and conservation status of Guaiacum Officinale L. in Karnataka State/K. Kotresha and K. Savitha. 37. Phyletic versu. Bookseller Inventory # 55923

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Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants of India and Nepal, Volume 3

V. Singh (Ed.)

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Item Description: Scientific Publishers, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The present book "Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants of India and Nepal" is next publication in the series on Indian Medicinal Plants. The contributors of the papers in this book are well known Indian Ethnobotanists who have furnished authenticated data for further scientific and clinical tests. The information about the medicinal plants spread over 325 pages, covers various tribal communities from north to south and east to west and different ailments cured in nature`s dispensary. Beautiful phtographs of some medicinal plants have also been provided by some contributors. The information furnished in the book will be useful for controlling biopiracy, backing conservation stretegies and facilitate better understanding of phytotherapy research. Contents: Preliminary pharmacognostic evaluation and phytochemical studies on seeds of Blepharis edulis Pers. (Utangan) ? Pande, M.S. & A.K. Pathak Ethnomedicinal plants used by the tribals of Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary in Palakkad district, Kerala State, India ? Yesodharan, K. & K.A. Sujana Notes on rare and locally threatened ethnomedicinal plants of Bankura district, West Bengal and their ex situ conservation ? Panda, S. Ethnobotanical survey of West Rardh (Murshidabad, Birbhum, Bankura, Purulia, Purba and Paschim Medinipur districts) for natural health care and Green Belt movement ? Ghosh, Ashis Traditional uses of some plants in Folk Medicines on Indo-Nepal Border ? Maliya, S.D. Plants in Ethno-veterinary practices in Kullu district - Himachal Pradesh ? Thakur, Shalu Devi, Syed Mubashir Hanief & N.S. Chauhan Survey and Conservation of Homoeopathic Medicinal Plants of Orissa, India ? Behera, Susanta K., Anima Panda & Malaya K. Misra Plants used in the treatment of various human ailments by the Bhil tribe of Ratlam district (M.P.) India ? Jadhav, Dinesh Ethnoveterinary plants from tribal inhabitated localities of Ratlam district (M.P.) India ? Jadhav, Dinesh Some forest weeds in lateritic Paschim Medinipur district and their Therapeutic values ? Mahanta, A.K., D.C. Pal & B.R. Pati Some less known ethnomedicinal plants of Tirunelveli Hills, Tamil Nadu ? Ayyanar, M. & S. Ignacimuthu Selected plants used as Hair tonic ? Sur, P.R., A.M. Saren & A.C. Haldar Traditional usage of Mehandi (Lawsonia inermis L.) ? Singh, K.P., Pooja Garg & Gunjan Dhakre Ethnobotany of some Macrophytes of Kashmir ? Kak, A. Majeed Economically important plants from Orang National Park, Assam ? Begum, Samim Sofika & T.M. Hynniewta Ethnobotany of Thakar Tribe of Maharashtra ? S.Y. Kamble, T.N. More, S.R. Patil, E.A. Singh & S.G. Pawar Herbal folklore for Migraine in Porbandar district of Gujarat ? Jadeja, B.A., N.K. Odedra & K.P. Thanki A contribution to the medicinal plants of West Midnapore district, West Bengal, India ? Das, Pijush Kanti & Amal Kumar Mondal Some plants used in Veterinary Medicine, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India ? Mahanta, A.K., D.C. Pal & B.R. Pati A survey of the medicinal use of religious plants in Parassala Panchayat, Neyyattinkara Taluk, Kerala ? Ajitkumar, K.G. & R.S. Chitra Medicinal plants being used by people in Bilaspur and Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh ? Singh, Archna & Ajay Kumar Antifungal screening of some ethnomedicinal herbal plants ? Bhalla, N.P., Suman Bhalla & D. Jain Medicinal Plants of Sericultural gardens of Dehra Dun ? Srivastav, P.K., Sandeep, P.N. Mishra & M.A. Khan Climbing plants with special reference to their medicinal importance from Midnapore Town and its adjoining areas ? Samanta, A.K. & K.K. Biswas Observations on some anti-inflammatory uses of plants from Mahadeo Hills in Madhya Pradesh ? Abhayankar, Ravindra, Ravi Upadhyay & N.P. Shukla Traditional knowledge of Mahua (Madhuca indica J.F. Gmel.) and its utilization in current initiatives ? Mukta, N. & N. Sunil Some ethnomedicinal plants o Printed Pages: 338. Bookseller Inventory # 64952

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Mulberry Sericulture : Problems and Prospects

Kamal Jaiswal; Sunil P Trivedi; B N Pandey and A K Tripathi

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Item Description: APH, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. New breeding approaches in the development of silkworm breeds of the mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori L/Ravindra Singh D. Gangopadhyay R. Nirupama and C.K. Kamble. 2. Breeding of new thermo tolerant bivoltine silkworm hybrid ATR16 x ATR29 and its performance at farmers level/Abad A. Siddiqui M.A. Khan T.P.S. Chauhan R. Lochan and Mir Nisar Ahmad. 3. Mulberry shoot feeding to 5 stage silkworms proves to be much more lucrative than individual mulberry leaf feeding for higher cocoon productivity with special reference to autumn season in sub tropics of Jammu region (R&K)/M.A. Khan S.K. Raina T.P.S. Chauhan S.L. Dhar and B.B. Bindroo. 4. Sustainability in quality cocoon production in Mandya district of Karnataka through adoption of JICA technologies/G.B. Singh C.K. Kamble M. Venkateswara Rao and T.S. Tsuchiya. 5. Studies on cocoon size variables vis a vis reeling traits of silkworm (Bombyx mori L.) germplasm/B. Mohan N. Balachandran M. Muthulakshmi R.K. Sinha and S.M.H. Qadri. 6. Performance of reeling traits in mulberry silkworm hybrids/A.A. Siddiqui R.K. Khatri Deepak Kumar D.P. Srivastava and Meera Verma. 7. Biodiversity of the mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori L/Geetha N. Murthy H.S. Phaniraj and B. Saratchandra. 8. Performance of different mulberry varieties on silkworm rearing in monsoon season of Uttar Pradesh/Anshul Srivastava and Vadamalai Elangovan. 9. Breeding of spring specific bivoltine silkworm hybrid SBGP5 x SBGP22/Mir Nisar Ahmad M.A. Khan S.M. Quadir and Abad A. Siddiqui. 10. Evaluation of rearing and silk parameters in elite bivoltine silkworm germplasm/M. Muthulakshmi N. Balachandran B. Mohan S.A. Hiremath P.R. Koundinya R.K. Sinha and S.M.H. Qadri. 11. Breeding phenomenon of sex limited silkworm genotypes Bombyx mori L. on cocoon colour/T.P.S. Chauhan and Mukesh Tayal. 12. Measures to improve the silkworm cocoon productivity in autumn and introduction of summer crop in north western states/Abad A. Siddiqui M.A. Khan and Mir Nisar Ahmad. 13. Effects of mulberry (Morus Sp.) transpiration suppressants on economic traits of silkworm (Bombyx mori L.)/B.K. Singhal Anil Dhar B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan. 14. Identification of promising bivoltine hybrids of silkworm Bombyx mori L/M. Ramesh Babu H. Lakshmi J. Prasad J. Seetharamulu and Chandrashekharaiah. 15. Studies on the residual effect of botanical pesticides on silkworm Bombyx mori L. and its economic parameters/S.K. Mukhopadhyay M.V. Santha Kumar P. Mitra S.K. Das and A.K. Bajpai. 16. Beneficial effects of gibberellic acid (GA3) on growth and reproductive efficiency of silkworm Bombyx mori L/C.R. Hegde S.R. Ananthanarayana and T.M. Veeraiah. 17. Season specific silkworm rearing package for Eastern India/T. Datta A.K. Saha S.K. Das and A.K. Bajpai. 18. Native Bombyx mori L. (Lepidoptera Bombycidae) prospects of in situ maintenance/M.Z. Khan K. Mandal S.K. Das and A.K. Bajpai. 19. Comparative study of impact of bed disinfectant on the cocoon productivity/Ranjan Tiwari S.K. Tyagi M. Bhatt and M.A. Khan. Index. Mulberry (Morus spp.) is an important commercial crop cultivated extensively both in temperate and tropical climatic conditions as a sole food plant for silkworm Bombayx mori. Being perennial deep rooted high biomass producing foliage plant mulberry gained importance in sericulture industry as a food resource for silk worms. Besides other factors no doubt leaf quality of mulberry plays a pivotal role in up keeping of silkworms and production of silk. This has generated an interest in seri biologists to develop a variety of improved strains of mulberry by continuous breeding efforts. Moreover researches were also carried out to explore and develop disease resistant mulberry plants with superior leaf quality. The present book entitle Mulberry Sericulture Problems and Prospects has been painted on a large canvas with broad strokes comprising 19 chapters by experts and researchers delved in their respective fields covering the subject area. 236 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 73213

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Environmental Protection

Arvind Kumar and Shamshun Nehar

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Role of copepods in aquacultural strategies/D.K. Singh and Arvind Kumar. 2. Vermiculture of Eudrilus eugeniae and Eisenia fetida in different organic wastes/M. Senthamil Chelvi and M.R. Rajan. 3. Antibacterial activity of citrus limon fruit juice against pathogenic bacteria/Pradeep M. Tumane Bharat J. Wadher Aqueel Khan and Ashok V. Gomashe. 4. Antibacterial activity of plant extracts on different human pathogens/Mamta Rawat. 5. Interaction between engineering astrology and vastu a holistic approach/Gurkirpal Singh and Sarbjit Singh Sooch. 6. Biodiesel as an alternative fuel/Rashmi Shrivastava and Praveen Jain. 7. House the family temple/Gurkirpal Singh and Sarbjit Singh Sooch. 8. Modelling of estimation of gene frequencies/G. Eswara Prasad and D. Nagarajan. 9. Evaluation of toxicity of monocrotophos against three vector species of mosquito/N. Arun Nagendran. 10. Evaluation of greengram germplasm for tolerance to pre harvest sprouting/K.L. Narasimha Rao Ch. Mallikarjuna Rao and Y. Koteswara Rao. 11. Embedded type third order slope rotatable designs over all directions/G.V.S.R. Anjaneyulu K. Sri Suvarna Lakshmi and V.L. Narasimham. 12. Comparative study on the haemocytes of some cerambicidae/S.D. DiSale S.R. Wagh S.M. Gaikwad G.P. Bhawane and G.D. Deshmukh. 13. Flavobacterium ferrugineus as an ecofriendly biopesticide against larvae of Pericallia ricini (Arctidae Lepidoptera)/S. Dinakaran and S. Anbalagan. 14. Study of important medicinal plants from Parner Tahasil dist. Ahmednagar India/S.K. Aher V.S. Shinde R.B. Ghogare A.R. Thube Y.P. Date S.R. Paimode and A.R. Kale. 15. Some common medicinal plants used by Koch (tribal) people of Goalpara district of Assam/A. Rahman S.K. Basumatary and M. Ahmed. 16. Quantification of organic matter fractions in sewage biosolid composts/T. Chitdeshwari. 17. Influence of vermicompost on the growth and the secondary metabolites of selected medicinal plants/D. Srinivasa Rao Indira A. Jeyaraaj R. Jeyaraaj and M. Lakshmi Prabha. 18. Effect of organic inorganic fertilizers on groundnut wheat cropping sequence/B.M. Kamble M.S. Shirke and B.A. Chougule. 19. Extent of adoption and economics of integrated pest management on farmer's field/M. Chandra Sekhar Reddy K.V. Siva Reddy and V. Chenga Reddy. 20. Growth of vegetable using vermicompost/G. Nithya and T. Thangaraj. 21. Computer ergonomics relooking at machines vs. environment/K. Chandra Sekharaiah Md. Abdul Muqsit Khan and Upakaram Gopal. 22. Studies on feasibility of different packaging materials for turmeric/V.T. Yamgar and M.S. Shirke. 23. Effect of organic manure inorganic and biofertilizers on yield of turmeric (Curcuma longa) Cv. Salem/V.T. Yamgar M.S. Shirke B.M. Kamble and P.S. Patil. 24. Utilisation of Delonix regia (Bojer ex Hook) Raf as a fuelwood resource and its impact on health among the rural folk around Mysore city India/N.R. Rajendra Prasad A.G. Devi Prasad and S.P. Hosmani. 25. Biomedical waste generation and impact on environment and health in small towns/J.A. John Paul and Thilagavathy Daniel. 26. Impact of composted agro industrial waste on biometric and yield parameters of Dolichos labiab (L.)/Y.K. Sridevi and A. Vijayalakshmi. 27. Impact of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria on plant growth and root rot incidence in Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek/N.S. Kulkarni M.G. Bodhankar R.B. Somani and J.V. Jaiswal. 28. Water and wastewater management a membrane bioreactor technology a review/K.L. Prakash and R.K. Somashekar. 29. Recovery of membrane bound enzymes in soleus and EDL muscles of palm squirrel after experimentally induced sciatic neuropathy/K. Pratap Reddy and K. Praveen Kumar. 30. Folk medicine used to cure diseases like jaundice leucorrhoea dysmenorrhoea malaria and filaria in rural Jamtara district of Jharkhand (India)/Ashok Kumar Mandal and Bijan Bihari Dutta. 31. In vitro study of herbal extracts and oil on phytopathogens/B.K. Dutta S. Karmakar and M. Begam. 32. Studies on identifying suitable donors. Bookseller Inventory # 64428

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Micro Credit and Rural Development

Anil Kumar Thakur and Praveen Sharma

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Item Description: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Micro credit and rural development/A. Kumari and N. Malathi. 2. Self help groups a vehicle for women's empowerment experiences of Madhya Pradesh/Mona Khare. 3. Cooperative credit and SHGs today and tomorrow/Rais Ahmad. 4. Activity of rural micro finance/J.A. Sarvaiya. 5. Micro credit through self help groups (SHGs) for promotion of rural development in Karnataka the present and the future/M.S. Kallur. 6. Management and planning of micro credit for rural development in India/Mahesh Chandra Prasad and Shambhu Pd. Sah. 7. Micro credit and poverty alleviation/Anita Gogna and Satish Verma. 8. Micro finance a magic wand for poverty alleviation a case study of SGSY/D.C. Pathak and S.K. Pant. 9. Changing dynamics of micro credit in India transition from NGO to non banking financial company/G.M. Bhat and Altaf Hussain Kira. 10. Macro credit and rural development a case study with special reference to Annamalai block/S. Benjamin Christopher and J. Karthikeyani. 11. Formal and informal credit in the coastal villages of Kanyakumari district Tamil Nadu/K. Pazhani and S. Jesi Isabella. 12. Micro credit and self help groups in India/Narendra Kumar C.P. Kasaiah V. Balakrishnama Naidu and M. Rukmini. 13. Socio economic impact of micro credit a study of measurement/K.A. Nirmala and Geetha Mohan. 14. Co operative credit and micro credit a comparative analysis/Amandeep Kaur and Kuldip Kaur. 15. Micro finance some important variables (micro finance programme in India)/Abhishek Kumar and Alpana Sharma. 16. SHGs and women empowerment a case of Hyderabad Karnataka region in Karnataka/Talwar Sabanna B.P. Bulla Uttam Kamble and T. Shanta Porapur. 17. Levels of living of tribal self help groups promoted under watershed programme in KBK districts of Orissa/B.K. Panda and R.K. Panda. 18. Micro finance scope and linkages with faster and inclusive growth/S.R. Singh and M.P. Srivastava. 19. Micro finance a tool for women empowerment/K.A. Rasure. 20. Co operative credit and rural development in Punjab implications for employment/Amarjit Singh Sethi and Aman Gill. 21. Growth of micro credit in India an evaluation/Md. Tarique and Ranjan Kumar Thakur. 22. Self help is the best help in the eradication of rural poverty an empirical study in Nellore district of A.P./G. Savaraiah K. Mamatha and C. Gangulappa. 23. Economic evaluation of micro credit institution an empirical analysis/A. Kumar and Bharat Bhushan. 24. Micro finance for inclusive growth and inclusive finance issues and policy options/B.M. Jani. 25. Financial inclusion role of banks in Indian context/Yogendra Nath Mann. 26. Micro finance and its relevance after reforms (a special focus on rural credit in India)/B.K. Thakur. 27. Micro finance for rural women's empowerment a perspective/Baij Nath Singh. 28. Metamorphism of SHGs in Koderma/Kumkum Narain and Mira Mridubhashini. 29. Micro credit intervention and economic empowerment of women through self help groups in India/T.P. Singh and Prem Lata Kumari. 30. Empowering of women through micro credit and SHG in India/Bipin Kumar. 31. Micro finance and poverty reduction/R. Rajkumar and P. Chennakrishnan. 32. Potential of micro level rural credit in Bihar an innovative credit experiment with new generation financial institutions/Ashwini Kant Jha Bhavna Jha and Rajeshwar Roy. Index. Micro credit has assumed a special significance in the context of increased emphasis on rural development. The noble peace prize to Muhammad Yunus for his work on micro finance in Bangladesh will not only boost the sector but also inspire governments banks voluntary agencies and individuals to strengthen and expand the micro finance sector. In India the micro finance sector has grown form a few self help groups (SHGs) promoted by NGOs in the mid 1980s to over 29 lakh SHGs at present. The SHG bank linkage programme of NABARD accelerated the growth of the sector. The Government of India and RBI have laid greater focus on the micro finance sector to in. Bookseller Inventory # 73741

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Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants of India and Nepal: Vol: III

V Singh

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Item Description: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Editorial. 1. Preliminary pharmacognostic evaluation and phytochemical studies on seeds of Blepharis edulis Pers. (Utangan)/M.S. Pande and A.K. Pathak. 2. Ethnomedicinal plants used by the tribals of Parambikulum wildlife sanctuary in Palakkad district Kerala State India/K. Yesodharan and K.A. Sujana. 3. Notes on rare and locally threatened ethnomedicinal plants of Bankura District West Bengal and their ex situ conservation/S. Panda. 4. Ethnobotanical Survey of West Rardh (Murshidabad Birbhum Bankura Purulia Purba and Paschim Medinipur districts) for Natural Health Care and Green Belt Movement/Ashis Ghosh. 5. Traditional uses of some plants in folk medicines on Indo Nepal border/S.D. Maliya. 6. Plants in ethno veterinary practices in Kullu district Himachal Pradesh/Shalu Devi Thakur Syed Mubashir Hanief and N.S. Chauhan. 7. Survey and conservation of homoeopathic medicinal plants of Orissa India/K. Susanta Behera Anima Panda and Malaya K. Misra. 8. Plants used in the treatment of various human ailments by the Bhil Tribe of Ratlam district (M.P.) India/Dinesh Jadhav. 9. Ethnoveterinary plants from tribal inhabitated localities of Ratlam District (M.P.) India/Dinesh Jadhav. 10. Some forest weeds in lateritic Paschim Medinipur district and their therapeutic values/A.K. Mahanta D.C. Pal and B.R. Pati. 11. Some less known ethnomedicinal plants of Tirunelveli Hills Tamil Nadu/M. Ayyanar and S. Ignacimuthu. 12. Selected plants used as hair tonic/P.R. Sur A.M. Saren and A.C. Haldar. 13. Traditional usage of Mehandi (Lawsonia inermis L.)/K.P. Singh Pooja Garg and Gunjan Dhakre. 14. Ethnobotany of some macrophytes of Kashmir/A. Majeed Kak. 15. Economically important plants from Orang National Park Assam/Samim Sofika Begum and T.M. Hynniewta. 16. Ethnobotany of Thakar Tribe of Maharashtra/S.Y. Kamble T.N. More S.R. Patil E.A. Singh and S.G. Pawar. 17. Herbal folklore for migraine in Porbandar District of Gujarat/B.A. Jadeja N.K. Odedra and K.P. Thanki. 18. A contribution to the medicinal plants of West Midnapore district West Bengal India/Kanti Pijush Das and Amal Kumar Mondal. 19. Some plants used in veterinary medicine Paschim Medinipur West Bengal India/A.K. Mahanta D.C. Pal and B.R. Pati. 20. A survey of the medicinal use of religious plants in Parassala Panchayat Neyyattinkara Taluk Kerala/A.K. Ajitkumar and R.S. Chitra. 21. Medicinal plants being used by people in Bilaspur and Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh/Archana Singh and Ajay Kumar. 22. Antifungal screening of some ethnomedicinal herbal plants/N.P. Bhalla Suman Bhalla and D. Jain. 23. Medicinal plants of sericultural gardens of Dehra Dun/P.K. Srivastav Sandeep P.N. Mishra and M.A. Khan. 24. Climbing plants with special reference to their medicinal importance from Midnapore town and its adjoining areas/A.K. Samanta and K.K. Biswas. 25. Observations on some anti inflammatory uses of plants from Mahadeo Hills in Madhya Pradesh/Abhayankar Ravindra Ravi Upadhyay and N.P. Shukla. 26. Traditional knowledge of Mahua (Madhuca indica J.F. Gmel.) and its utilization in current initiatives/N. Mukta and N. Sunil. 27. Some ethnomedicinal plants of Ranikhet region Uttaranchal/Neha Singh Y.P.S. Pangtey S. Khatoon and A.K.S. Rawat. 28. Uses of some medicinal plants in the Kalimpong Himalaya (India) Conservation potential and prospects/Sauris Panda. 29. Folk potential herbal drugs of Bankura Parulia and Midnapore districts in West Bengal/Ashis Ghosh. 30. Ethnomedicinal studies on genus Alysicarpus from Bundelkhand region/N.P. Bhalla and Suman Bhalla. 31. Traditional uses of some folkmedicines among tharus of Katarniyaghat wildlife sanctuary region of district Bahraich Uttar Pradesh/S.D. Maliya. 32. Diversity assessment of folkmedicines of Kheri and Bahraich district Uttar Pradesh India/S.D. Maliya. 33. Diversity of medicinal plants in North Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Chhamta Srivastava. 34. Ethno medicinal study of some important plants used in the treatment of hair and boils in district. Bookseller Inventory # 74339

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Globalisation and WTO (2 Vols-Set)

Talwar Sabanna

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183870368 ISBN 13: 9788183870368

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Item Description: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Introduction/Talwar Sabanna. I. Globalisation 1. Three word Mantra LPG and its impact on Indian poor a view point/P. Pushpa. 2. Globalisation and social development/I. Sundar. 3. Globalisation and human resource development in SAARC countries/Zainab M. Khurram. 4. Globalisation and development disaggregate dynamics/J. Lenka. 5. Growth through globalisation policy riddles/K.K. Sinha. 6. Globalisation decentralisation and PRIs in India/M.G. Basavaraja. 7. Globalisation and food security/Mohd. Azam Khan. 8. Impact of globalisation on agriculture and environment countries experiences/I. Sundar. 9. Globalisation and Indian agriculture challenges and prospects/H.H. Uliveppa. 10. Rural non farm activities in India growth led and distress diversification/R.R. Biradar. 11. Financial deregulation and real side of the economy in India a vector autoregression approach/Purna Chandra Padhan. 12. Foreign direct investment in Indian economic scenario opportunities and challenges/S.T. Bagalkoti V. Bhramarambikadevi and Naveen N. Hegde. 13. Information technology and bio technology/N.S. Sreenivasulu and C. Basavaraju. 14. Social security schemes and weaker sections in Karnataka/K. Sivachithappa and P.M. Honakeri. 15. Impact of globalisation on higher education a case study of Indian higher education/Jasbir Singh and Anupam Vohra. 16. Globalisation and social security in India an evaluation of policy perspectives/H.H. Uliveppa and D.R. Albal. 17. Physical performance of power sector in Karnataka in the context of globalisation a comparative analysis/G.S. Premakumar. 18. Globalisation and India's service sector strategy for future growth/Bhramarambikadevi V. Naveen N. Hegde and S.T. Bagalkoti. 19. Globalisation and labour issues/Satyanarayana. 20. India's double edged health burden by 2030 WHO perspective/P. Pushpa. 21. Effects of globalisation on education/S. Chinnammai. 22. Relative importance of risk factors in dental caries/S.B. Jawali V. Tippeswamy and K.V.V. Prasad. 23. Spatial analysis of population and occupational pattern in Belgaum District/S.M. Hurakadli. 24. Ago industrialisation an alternative for employment generation in an era of globalisation/Srinivas Subbarao. 25. New economic policy a critique/V.S. Adigal. 26. Global warming economic and ecological context/Sidhartha Sarkar. 27. Regional disparities in development of social sector an analysis of post reform period/D.N. Patil. 28. Dynamics of urban land use pattern a case study of Belgaum City/M.S. Kurani and S.M. Hurakadli. 29. hazardous bio medical waste management in Hubli Dharwad Twin Cities/S.I. Biradar and Mahadevi N. Kotyal. Index. Vol. II II. World Trade Organisation 30. General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) implications for India/H. Vasudev Sedam and Devendrappa M. Madari. 31. International trade and environmental sustainability/Odeyar D. Heggade. 32. WTO and its impact on India's foreign trade/S.B. Akash and H.Y. Kamble. 33. The working of WTO its impact on economic development/S. Srikrishna and S. Anil Kumar. 34. GATS and higher education in India the challenges and opportunities/Talwar Sabanna. 35. Impact of the World Trade Organisation on the services sector in India an overview/C.M. Rajpraveen. 36. GATS in Asian countries a case of internationalisation of higher education in India (A SWOT analysis)/H.H. Uliveppa and M.N. Siddalingappanavar. 37. WTO agreement on Indian agriculture/S.N. Yogish. III. Women empowerment 38. Women in Indian agriculture problems and prospects/Rudra Prakash Pradhan. 39. Socio economic and political empowerment of women policies of Government of India and UNIFEM/S. Srikrishna and S. Anil Kumar. 40. Impacts of self help groups on women empowerment with special reference to Karnataka State/S.B. Akash and H.Y. Kamble. 41. Self Help Groups A saga of success in Dakshina Kannada District of Karnataka/Jayasheela H. Sriprasad M. Showkat Ali and S. Sudhakar. 42. Women education among Scheduled Castes in Hyderabad Karnataka Regi. Bookseller Inventory # 60281

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Biotechnology Emerging Trends

Riyazali Z Sayyed and Ashok S Patil

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Item Description: Scientific Pub, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. I. Agricultural biotechnology 1. Scope of nutrient management through microbial technology with special reference to mycorrhizal fungi and other biofertilizers/D.J. Bagyaraj and J. Arpana. 2. Rhizosphere bacteria and their role in biological control of plant diseases/S.S. Sindhu Y.S. Rakshiya and D.K. Malik. 3. Emerging trends in biocontrol of plant diseases/M.A. Kalam and Yasmin Sultana. 4. Genetic engineering of diazotrophic bacteria to improve nitrogen fixation for sustainable agriculture/S.S. Sindhu O.P. Jangu and N. Sivaramaiah. 5. Resistance genes (R) and Resistance Gene Analogs (RGAs) in crop protection/T. Ramasubramanian J. Amudha and S. Mohankumar. 6. Molecular markers in crop improvement/Santosh Gahukar. 7. Cattle dung based modified solid state Janta biogas plant/Leela Wati K.K. Kapoor and B.S. Kundu. 8. Applications of biotech inputs in agriculture are inherent sustainable production practices/N.V. Phirke S.K. Talegaonkar P.S. Mendki and R.M. Kothari. 9. Mosquito larvicidal potential of plant pesticides a review/R.C. Saxena. 10. Optimization of organic loading rate for different fruit wastes during biomethanization/R.D. Kirtane P.C. Suryawanshi V.Y. Chiplunkar U.H. Bhattad M.R. Patil and R.M. Kothari. 11. Development of transgenic tobacco plant for mercury phytoremediation/Md. Zeyaullah Shafiul Haque and Arif Ali. II. Medical and immunobiotechnology 1. Probiotic lactic acid bacteria Applications in food feed and pharmaceutical industries/Smita H. Panda N.B. Kar Ramesh C. Ray and Didier Montet. 2. Papilloma viruses and cervical cancer vaccines a brief review/Vaidyanatha Iyer Thankamani and C.R. Setty. 3. Diarrheagenic escherichia coli An overview/Asiya Afshan and Arif Ali. 4. Liposomal quercetin in combating CCI4 induced oxidative liver damage/Hoimee Dey Nirmalendu Das and Ardhendu K. Mandal. 5. GOUT a disease of kings/C.N. Khobragade and Ragini G. Bodade. 6. Fungal infections associated with pulmonary tuberculosis/Sunita Bansod and Mahendra Rai. 7. Hypoglycemic activity of Coccinia indica in streptozotocin induced diabetic albino rats/V.K. Shakya. 8. Production of streptokinase in batch culture/Kamble R.D and Deshmukh A.M. 9. Real time PCR as an emerging tool for rapid detection of foodborne pathogens/Manoj Kumar Ravinder Nagpal Dheeraj Mohania Hariom Yadav and Vinod Verma. 10. Biotechnological production of statins by filamentous fungi and application of these cholesterol lowering drugs/R.H. Patil K. Prakash K.S. Vishwakarma and V.L. Maheshwari. III. Applied and environmental biotechnology 1. Developments in microbial biotechnology for the treatment of distillery waste water/M.N. Chavan D.S. Disawal and M.V. Kulkarni. 2. Assessment of field test for detection of fecal contamination in drinking water/Dilip H. Tambekar. 3. Phylogenetic relationships among certain members of family Acanthaceae Evidence from ITS nrDNA/Vishwesh R. Potkar and T. Srinivasu. 4. Maldi tof mass spectrometry a powerful tool for rapid identification of bacteria/Santi M. Mandal. 5. Plastics applications ecological impacts and bioremediation strategies/Alok Satlewal and Reeta Goel. 6. In situ boremediation effect of pseudomonas putida KNP9 strain on cadmium and lead toxicity/Anju Rani Abhishek Gupta and Reeta Goel. 7. Enzymatic biocatalysis in organic solvents A novel approach for green chemistry/Ulhas Patil and Ambalal Chaudhari. IV. Pharmaceutical biotechnology 1. Production of valuable flavour compounds through microbial transformation/Ggargi Mukherjee and Rashmi Mukherjee. V. Stem cell biotechnology 1. Polymeric scaffolds for tissue engineering an overview/Nilesh Revagade and Vidhya Rangaswamy. 2. Role of tissue engineering in organ regeneration/Paalib Datta and Kaushik D. Deb. 3. Transition of human embryonic stem cells from bench to bedside advances and hurdles/Kaushik D. Deb and Satish M. Totey. 4. An introduction to in vitro culture and characterization of human embryonic stem cells/Kanchan Sarda and. Bookseller Inventory # 73995

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Recent Trends in Horticultural Biotechnology (2 Vols-Set)

R Keshavahcandran; P A Nazeem; D Girija; P S John and K V Peter

Published by New India Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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Item Description: New India Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword/V.L. Chopra. Acknowledgement. Preface. Lead Papers 1. Molecular markers in crop improvement current applications and future prospects/T. Mohapatra. 2. DNA Marker Technology in the improvement of horticultural crops/Lalitha Anand. 3. Gene prospecting from Mangroves and genetic engineering of Mangrove genes to crop plants to enhance salinity tolerance/S.R. Prashanth Preeti A. Mehta and Ajay Parida. 4. Genes for biotic stress management in plants/V. Udayasuriyan. 5. Chloroplast mediated genetic transformation in horticultural crops/K.C. Bansal. 6. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and their role in horticulture/D.J. Bagyaraj. 7. Exploitation of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) in horticultural crops/R. Samiyappan S. Harish R. Radjacommare and D. Saravanakumar. 8. High tech propagation of horticultural crops accent on recalcitrance/V.A. Parthasarathy. 9. Solid waste management/P. Kuttinarayanan. I. Tissue culture research in horticultural crops new perspectives 10. Somatic embryogenesis in Mango (Mangifera indica L.) varieties/K. Rajmohan G.R. Sulekha C.P. Bindu P. Ramesh S. Sadheeshna Kumari and S. Sunita. 11. Covert Bacterial Association with In Vitro cultures of horticulture crops/Pious Thomas and Bindu Panicker. 12. Endosperm culture in Hevea brasiliensis/K. Rekha R. Jayashree S. Sushamakumari S. Sankariammal and A. Thulaseedharan. 13. Repetitive somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in Garcinia indica Choiss/S.R. Deodhar S.V. Bhosle S.K. Rawal and S.R. Thengane. 14. In Vitro micropropagation of Acid Lime (Citrus aurantifolia S) var. Sai Sharbati/A.B. Kamble T.A. More A.R. Karale and S.C. Patil. 15. An electrofusion mediated improved method for donor recipient somatic hybridization in Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)/Debabrata Sarkar L. Schilde Rentschler B. Loffelhardt Ruo and H. Ninnemann. 16. In Vitro culture and biochemical analysis of Jasminum sp./K. Suseela Gomathi S. Sambandamurthy S. Sadasivam N.M. Ramasamy and K. Rajmohan. 17. Biotech production unit for spices a venture of Spices Board Kudumbashree and Dept. of biotechnology/Y.S. Rao K. Mary Mathew K. Pradip Kumar Lakhsmanan R. and J. Thomas. 18. Performance evaluation of tissue culture vis a vis open pollinated seedlings of Cardamom/K.M. Kuruvilla K.J. Madhusoodanan M.R. Sudharshan P. Natarajan and J. Thomas. 19. Induction of variability in Vanilla through In Vitro techniques/Lovis Susan Kuriakose Grace Thi Bin and P.A. Nazeem. 20. Micropropagation of Banana var. Meitei Hei through Shoot Tip Culture/W.I. Meitei Rajkumar Kishor L. Robert and H. Jayalaxmi Devi. 21. On farm evaluation of tissue culture vanilla plants vis a vis vegetative cuttings/K.J. Madhusoodanan K.M. Kuruvilla B.A. Vadiraj V.V. Radhakrishnan and J. Thomas. 22. An efficient regeneration protocol for Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) cv. PKM1/P. Kalaiarasan S. Maruthasalam M. Sivakumar D. Sudhakar and P. Balasubramanian. 23. Studies on micropropagation in Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.)/R.R. Chaugule T.A. More A.B. Kamble and A.R. Karale. 24. Ovular Callus culture studies in Carica papaya L./P.S. Kavitha N. Chezhiyan and V. Panimalar. 25. An efficient regeneration protocol for Brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) cv. Co2/P. Kalaiarasan Phan Dinh Phap M. Sivakumar D. Sudhakar and P. Balasubramanian. 26. Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from immature embryos of Papaya (Carica papaya L.) CO7/R. Anandan Pranathi Sibi Phan Dinh Phap K. Sooriyanadhasundaram N. Kumar D. Sudhakar and P. Balasubramanian. 27. In Vitro regeneration of Hevea brasiliensis from leaf explants/R.G. Kala P. Kumari Jayasree S. Sushamakumari S. Sobha R. Jayashree K. Rekha and A. Thulaseedharan. 28. Plantlet regeneration In Vitro through indirect organogenesis in Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.)/Resmi Paul M.R. Shylaja P.A. Nazeem P.A. Valsala and E.V. Nybe. 29. Callus culture and somatic embryogenesis studies in Citrus aurantifolia Swingle/A.B. Kamble T.A. More A.R. Karale and S.C. Patil. 30. Bookseller Inventory # 63757

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