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Purchase Books Similar To Welfare Model Of Development And Demographic Transition Successful Programmes On Health, Nutrition, Family Planning And Development

Kuttan Mahadevan,M. Sumangala

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Item Description: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. . Tamil Nadu`s recently achieved rapid and distinct pattern of "Welfare Model of Demographic Transition" adds a new dimension to this global theory. In fact the predominant welfare model of development followed in this state itself is a deviation from the fiercely competitive struggle found in several countries for rapid industrialization as a means for development, almost totally disregarding the welfare of the poor millions and the quality of their life. The Welfare Model of Demographic Transition evolved in Tamil Nadu has been possible largely due to the multiple welfare programs like the supplementary nutritious meal schemes, health promotion program and several other schemes introduced and successfully implemented in the state. How could Tamil Nadu succeed in revolutionizing demographic transition and making it rapid in less than a quarter of a century, without universal education and a higher level of socio-economic development, baffles one and all in the academic world. Societally also there have been certain other factors like the positive reform movements of enlightened leaders, particularly Periyar Ramasami and several popular films on urgent social themes in which the late M.G. Ramachandran (MGR) acted, together, which had tremendous impact on women and empowered them for their development, even though there was widespread illiteracy among them and little occupational mobility. In this book about Tamil Nadu, all the factors, innovative ideas, and viable strategies adopted in the state to achieve demographic transition are authentically and vividly presented. Policy makers, development administrators, welfare managers, and the NGOs in India and all the developing countries are sure to find this book eminently suitable to replicate the cost-effective and viable developmental model with built-in strategy for the stabilization of population presented in it, to achieve sustainable development and also improve the quality of life of their people. Contents:- Preface I. POLICIES, MODERNIZATION AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN : 1. Introduction 2. Reforms, Modernization and Emancipation of Women : Perspectives on Periyar Ramasami/Kuttan Mahadevan & M. Sumangala 3. Political Commitment, Welfare Policies and Programmes/Kuttan Mahadevan & P. Rajaram 4. Feature Films and Female Empowerment/K. Mahadevan, N. Murugesan, P.J. Reddy, M. Ubaidulla & Kiran Ramachandran N 5. Migration of Tamil Labourers to Kerala and Modernization/K. Mahadevan, V.B.K. Nair and P.J. Reddy 6. Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Demographic Transition/J. Richard, P.J. Reddy and M. Ubaidullah II. WELFARE PROGRAMMES AND DEVELOPMENT : 7. Committed Bureaucracy and Health-Cum-Family Welfare Administration/K. Mahadevan, G. Gurumoorthy and V.K. Ravindra Kumar 8. The Poverty-Prosperity Syndrome and Overall Development/K. Mahadevan, M. Sumangala and D. Usha Rani 9. Nutritional and Health Status and Interventions/Vidya Ramachandran and K. Mahadevan 10. Infant Mortality and Survival in Tamil Nadu/K. Mahadevan, Vidya Ramachandran and M.S.R. Murthy III. FAMILY PLANNING AND BEYOND : 11. The Successful Family Planning Strategies and Beyond/Kuttan Mahadevan, S.P. Ramalingam and V.K. Ravindrakumar 12. Female Infanticide in Tamil Nadu/R. Jayasree 13. Age at Marriage of Women in Tamil Nadu/N. Audinarayana, J. Richard and J. Sheela IV. DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION AND QUALITY OF LIFE : 14. Welfare Model of Development and Demographic Transition : An Innovative Theoretical Perspective/K. Mahadevan & M. Sumangala 15. Ecology and Quality of Life : Consequences and Implications/K. Mahadevan, M.S.R. Murthy, V.K. Ravindra Kumar and K. Rajasekhar Printed Pages: 344. Bookseller Inventory # 7646

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Human Rights for the Third Millennium

M Ponnaian & Panch Ramalingam

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Item Description: PR. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Contents: 1. Human rights on the horizon of the third millennium/M. Ponnaian. 2. The United Nations and human rights/V.T. Patil. 3. Human rights: Indian perspectives/A. Subrahmanyam. 4. Human rights education in the third millennium/T.S.N. Sastry. 5. Conservation of environment and human rights/M.P. Ramanujam. 6. Psychological perspectives and challenges of the ethnic conflicts in South Asia/Panch. Ramalingam. 7. Forced evictions: third generation violation of human rights/Yogendra Kumar Srivastava. 8. Human rights and participation of women in politics/A. Alagumalai. 9. Human rights and Article 356 of the Constitution of India/K.Ravindran. 10. Legitimacy under Hindu Personal Law and human rights principles/R.K. Sabharwal. 11. Is an accused a convict?/R. Maria Inigo. 12.The great warriors of the human rights movement in India/M. Ponnaian. 13. Job involvement and job satisfaction of teachers as human duties/Panch Ramalingam. 14. Human rights and the child labour/K. Ravindran. 15. Human rights and adequate housing/Yogendra Kumar Srivastava. 16. Human rights in the Christian perspective/A.S. Anthonysamy. 17. Human rights and Islam/ Maneh H. Al-Johani. 18. Education and human rights/V. Nalini. 19. Protection of Human rights: role of Police in the society/S. Akhilesh. 20. United Nations efforts on violence against women/Yogendra Kumar Srivastava.21. Utilization of Teacher's Professional Rights at secondary level/A. Selvan and P. Paul Devanesan. 22. Transparency in the administration and grievance Redressal Mechanism as human rights/M. Ponnaian. 23. Torture is 280 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 39656

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Library and Information Technology: Concepts to Applications

M S Ramalingam

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Library and information Technology: Concepts to Applications

M.S. Ramalingam

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Veerappans Prize Catch : Rajkumar

C Dinakar

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Item Description: Konark Pub. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Rajkumar's abduction. 2. Veerappan. 3. Our first visit to Chennai. 4. Rajkumar. 5. Gopal as emissary. 6. Veerappan's second and third cassettes. 7. Our second visit to Chennai. 8. Court cases and the fourth cassette. 9. Veerappan's fresh demands. 10. Efforts sans Gopal. 11. Desperate moves. 12. Gopal returns empty-handed again. 13. Our fourth visit to Chennai. 14. Credibility gap and hurdles. 15. Dr. (?) Bhanu enters the scene. 16. A slap on the face. 17. Karnataka hopes for the best.18. S.M. Krishna extends his arms for help. 19. Mosquitoes bite without reason. 20. Gopal returns empty-handed yet again. 21. Karunanidhi's visit to Bangalore. 22. After Karunanidhi's visit. 23. No "lightacameraaaction": Rajkumar is still in the forest. 24. Hare RamaaHare Krishna. 25. Nit- picking. 26. Keeping the embers glowing. 27. Ramalingam recommends Bhanu. 28. Nagappa Maradagi's heroics. 29. Frictional interludes. 30. Normal routine work continues. 31. Nedumaran joins the rescue mission. 32. Govindaraju's release and the controversy. 33. Panic buttons are still on. 34. The apex court's anguish. 35. Still waters run deep. 36. Hundred days in captivity. 37. Setback to the rescue mission. 38. Renewed efforts. 39. The final successful efforts. 40. Rajkumar's release. 41. Rajkumar's arrival in Bangalore. 42. Epilogue. "'Truth is stranger than fiction' is an old adage. But truth is accepted, even if it is strange, when it comes from a person with a record of unimpeachable integrity. C. Dinakar was a member of the IPS for 38 years. He has the reputation of calling a spade a 313 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 45230

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Reflections and Reminiscences of Police Officers

Sankar Sen

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Item Description: Concept, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Notes on contributors. 1. Mukerian Dacoity case/Ashwini Kumar. 2. A police officer recalls/Arun Prosad Mukherjee. 3. An early lesson in leadership/A.K. Dave. 4. The case of an old woman/S.V.M. Tripathi. 5. Through heat and dust in UP/Prakash Singh. 6. The trick works/B.J. Misar. 7. Some reminiscences/B.R. Kalyanpurkar. 8. Looking back/D.K. Arya. 9. The Sikkim Saga/B.S. Das. 10. A police failure its fallouts and lessons/P.S. Ramamohan Rao. 11. Momentous day in service/D.C. Nath. 12. Those moments from the yellow pages/Kalyan K. Mitra. 13. Retrospection/Ved Marwah. 14. Remembrance of things small and significant/Chaman Lal. 15. An unforgettable experience/F.T.R. Colaso. 16. Flag hoisting at Idgah Maidan Hubli Karnataka state origin of the problem/R. Ramalingam. 17. Indian politics and the scales of justice/E. Rammohan. 18. Many a man who failed actually never tried/S.K. Sharma. 19. Caste Barrier/Sankar Sen. 20. Remembering J.C. Ghose/Sankar Sen. Index. The book contains 20 essays written by distinguished law enforcement officers regarding some of their challenging and unique experiences in the field and their underlying lessons and warnings. The bunch of essays also provides revealing insights into the ambience in which the police work in India and the problems and challenges conflicting pulls and pressures that buffet conscientious officers in the field. Their triumphs and tragedies agonies and ecstasies are woven in the pages of the book. There is also the message that in police work courage honour fair play and unwavering commitment to right means always help officers weather storms. Professional success comes by treading a narrow straight path and not by taking recourse to shortcut questionable means. 200 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 61388

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Library Cataloguing and Classification Systems

M S Ramalingam

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Library Cataloguing And Classification Systems

M.S.Ramalingam

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Library Cataloguing and Classification Systems

M.S. Ramalingam

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M.S. Ramalingam

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Item Description: Kalpaz. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Cataloguing technologies. 2. Online catalogues. 3. User catalogues. 4. Groundwork for OPAC design. 5. Usage data for online catalogues. 6. The WLN cataloguing services. 7. The DDC classification. 8. The LCC classification. 9. Subject indexing. Bibliography. Index. "The book contains useful information on the technologies of cataloguing, evolution of cataloguing codes, structure of library catalogues etc., describing the characteristics of users, their information requirement and other related issues. It also contains a comparative, analytical and critical study that evaluates the works of classification systems. "This book will constitute a meaningful contribution to contemporary literature in this crucial area. Students, scholars academicians besides the professionals, in the field of library and information science will find this book most useful.". Bookseller Inventory # 14339

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Water Resource Management : Thrust and Challenges

G Chandrakumar and N Mukundan

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2006)

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Item Description: Sarup, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Utilization of water and pollution management by urban households/Aroma G. Sam and K. Bhuvaneswari. 2. Environmental aspects and quality of water/K. Ilangovan. 3. Rural urban drinking water issues and measures/R. Bernardshaw. 4. Water and sanitation issues and measures/J. Jayasholan. 5. Emerging issues on rural and urban hydrological poverty/N. Mukundan. 6. Conservation of protected water resource in household/S. Padmavathy and M. Malarvizhi. 7. Water resource management/S. Safina Banu. 8. Higher crop productivity and water use efficiency/J. Govidadass. 9. Technology transfer in water supply in Indian agriculture/V. Anantharaman V. Ramamoorthy and S. Sampath. 10. An economic analysis of cropping pattern under tank and rainfed irrigation in Dharamapuri district Tamilnadu/C. Theerthalingam A.K. Ramalingam and V. Anantharaman. 11. Tank and village nexus a case of Parambu Kanmoi in Pudukkottai district/R. Gopinath. 12. Managing water scarcity in Pudukkottai district in Tamilnadu India/S. Iyyampillai. 13. Integrated water resource management and environment issues the case of India/R. Sivakumaresan V. Anantharaman and V. Ramamoorthy. 14. Changing the structure of commodities export an alternative demand side measures for sustainable water management/R. Rajendren. 15. A transition from subsistence water resources management to sustainable water resources management/D. Kumar. 16. Sustainable drinking water management/P. Prabakaran and G. Gnanasekaran. 17. Environmental aspects of water management/S. Sivakamasundari. 18. Groundwater management in India/G. Chandrakumar and N. Vijay. 19. Groundwater management problems and prospects/S. Thiagarajan. 20. Water sanitation and morbidity a developmental focus/T.R. Jayaraj and N. Malathi. 21. Environmental protection as a development strategy/N. Malathy and S. Indradevi. All are aware of the fact that today every component of the environment is under strain due to increasing use of pesticides in agriculture industrial automation disposal of garbage and dumping waste material etc. disturb the balance of ecosystem in numerous ways. In several respects India is a unique country. Its environmental problems are also very complex with its varied bio geographical and cultural diversity. Today we need immediate attention towards environmental issues. At the current stage of development in India the basic minimum needs of the common people like potable water clean air health care primary education sanitation and social security are very essential. If not managed properly the above said negative environmental impacts may emerge. In this backdrop hydrological poverty is one of the major challenges thrown both in rural and urban areas. The challenge is to protect drinking water supplies from the competing demand for water to meet out various requirements like domestic agricultural and industrial purposes continuously alter the opportunity cost of water in different sectors. Therefore apart from using technological alternatives to manage water resources and there should be an appropriate institutional framework to allocate adequate quantities of water for drinking purpose. We have no doubt this book will be highly useful to academia researchers policymakers to take action plans to preserve and management of water resources in India. 202 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 60771

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Library Cataloguing and Classification Sys

M.S. Ramalingam

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Item Description: Kalpaz Publications/Gyan Books Pvt Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The book contains useful information on the Technologies of cataloguing, evolution of cataloguing codes, structure of Library catalogues, etc., describing the characteristics of users, their information requirement and other related issues. It also contains a comparative, analytical and critical Study that evaluates the works of classification systems. This book will constitute a meaningful contribution to contemporary literature in this crucial era. Students, scholar`s academicians besides the professionals, in the field of library and information Science will find this book most useful. Contents: Preface 1. Cataloguing Technologies 2. Online Catalogues 3. User Catalogues 4. Groundwork for OPAC Design 5. Usage Data for Online Catalogues 6. The WLN Cataloguing Services 7. The DDC Classification 8. The LCC Classification 9. Subject Indexing Printed Pages: 326. Bookseller Inventory # 36118

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Animal Science Research: New Dimensions

Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2006)

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Book Condition: New. x+262p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The factors governing life on earth are changing constantly and the same is true for life too. The unique property of the living forms is their ability to change themselves, accepting the challenge caused by changes in the surroundings and this has enabled them to exploit the environment successfully, leading to their survival, multiplication and continuation on earth since first appearance. The association of man and animals dates back to the prehistoric period. The prehistoric men knew animals; they could distinguish them from one another, from different angles, primarily from their daily needs and safety. The early Egyptians knew quite a lot about animals, and domesticated cattle, sheep, cats and ducks. Today the tree of Animal Science has grown steadily for millions of years, diversifying it in many branches. Our ever-increasing knowledge in Animal Science has enabled us to apply this science in human benefit, ranging from prevention of diseases to production of various items for our use, introduction and stabilization of new hybrids, and in many other fields. Hence, the Animal Science has attained new and advance spectrum, which is visible in this book. Therefore, it is to be noted that the present book is a unique compilation of most recent research articles in various fields of Zoology and will be very much helpful for students, research scholars, and college or university teachers. Contents Chapter 1: Fish and Human Welfare with Special Reference to its Conservation Strategies by Arvind Kumar and C Bohra; Chapter 2: Ageing Biology and Related Growth Statistics of a Freshwater Fish Tor chilinoides (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from Garhwal Himalaya, India by S P Uniyal, Anoop K Dobriyal and H K Joshi; Chapter 3: Role of Birds in the Seed Dispersal of Zizyphus oenoplia (Mill) in a Tropical Deciduous Forest of Central India by R M Mishra and Atul Mishra; Chapter 4: Avian Community of Orchard and its Surrounding Eucalyptus Windbreak in Punjab Agricultural University, University Campus, Punjab by Sumit Chakravarty and J S Sandhul; Chapter 5: Influence of Sago Wastes-Pressmud Mixture on the Growth and Reproduction of an Indian Epigeic Earthworm Perionyx excavatus (Perrier) by A Mary Violet Christy and R Ramalingam; Chapter 6: Parasites of Uzi Fly, Exorista sorbillans Wiedemann (Diptera: Tachinidae) III Biology of Nesolynx thymus (Girault) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) by Anand Kumar; Chapter 7: Humoral and Cellular Immunomodulation Induced by Endosulfan in Swiss Albino Mice by P Dhasarathan, A J A Ranjithsing and N Sukumaran; Chaptre 8: Effect of Parathion on Haemoglobin Content in Mice by Md Aftab Alam, Pankaj Kumar, Ranjana and A P Mishra; Chapter 9: First Record of Pontoscolex corethrurus (Muller, 1856) (Oligochaeta: Glossoscolecidae) from Rajasthan by P Bhardwaj and S S Suthar; Chapter 10: Scanning Electron Microscopic Observation of Armpit Gland Secretion in Field Mouse, Mus booduga (L) by S Kannan and P Ponmanickam; Chapter 11: Food Preference of Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826) Under Varying Temperature and pH by N Dhiman and S K Battish; Chapter 12: Host Parasitoid Density Relationship Between Sylepta derogata (Lepidoptera) and Apanteles blateatae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) by T V Sathe; Chapter 13: Comparison of Mosquito Fauna in Srivilliputhur Town and Krishnankovil Village, Tamil Nadu by K Karuppasamy and T Sooravan; Chapter 14: A Study on Proteins During the Postnatal Development of Brain in Rat, Rattus norvegicus by D Anusuya and D J Prakash; Chapter 15: Thrombocytopenic Effect of Buprenorphine in Mice by Dhriti Banerjee and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar; Chapter 16: Chemical Impact on the Histological Studies of the Thyroid in the Freshwater Fish Channa orientalis (Sch) by S V Deshmukh and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 17: Length-weight Relationship and Relative Condition in Catla-catla (Ham) from a Pond in Jabalpur by Reeta Solanki, K K Dubey and A K Mandloi; Chapter 18: Alteration in Oxygen Consumption in. Bookseller Inventory # 021790

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Communication and Education for Health Promotion and Population Regulation: A Global Perspective

Kuttan Mahadevan

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Item Description: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. . This book focuses on contemporary and international perspectives on high priority themes of development particularly on the neglected health education to prevent health hazards, population control to prevent poverty and poor quality of life and to promote reproductive health. In order to promote these high priority themes of development, appropriate policies and strategies have been evolved through several chapters. The classical and holistic systems approach provided in certain chapters can help planners, policy makers and promoters of these programmes to revitalize them with vision and efficiency. There are several valuable and successful experiences presented here, which have been pooled from many countries for the benefit of all the developing regions. Dr. K. Mahadevan, has consolidated all the valuable chapters with the active collaboration of co-editors and chapter writers for the fast development of these programmes. This book is a valuable text for students of health education, population, sociology, social work, management, home science, ecology and policy makers and professionals interested in holistic development. It will be valuable for both developed and developing countries alike. This classical and applied book deserves to get several awards from international agencies very soon. Contents:- Introduction I. POLICY PERSPECTIVES : 1. World Heath Organization and Health Education/Ronald Swatzyna 2. Health Education Programme in China/Gao Ersheng and Lin Xia 3. Health Achievement - Millennium Challenges/K.A. Pisharoti and S.H. Hasan 4. Nutrition Intervention and Education for Promotion of Health/S. Premakumari 5. Health Education at Primary Health Centre and Beyond : Search for New Alternatives/K. Mahadevan, Iqbal Shah, Lorry Laing and V.M. Sandeep 6. Strategies Followed for Education, Health and Population Regulation in Gandhigram, India/R. Kausalya Devi, K. Mahadevan, K.A. Pisharoti, K.V. Ranganathan and R. Subramanian II. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH : 7. American Experience in the Prevention of HIV/AIDS : Risk Behaviors among Bisexuals, Hispanic Males and Black Males/Guang-zhen Wang and Vijayan K. Pillai 8. Chinese Experience in Reproductive Health and Prevention of AIDS/Gao Ersheng and Dou Lixia 9. Global Problems of HIV/AIDS and role of health education/T.S. Sunil 10. Women`s Health and Health Education/Pagadala Rajaram and P. Mangesh 11. HIV Infection in Women - Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT)/G. Sunitha Subramanyam III. SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR : 12. Human Sexuality and Reproductive Health : A Model and Policy Implications/K. Mahadevan, Lory Laing, Iqbal Shah, S. Siva Raju, V.M. Sandeep, N. Murugesan, V.K.R. Kumar, C. Deepak and P. Ganesh 13. Analysis of Frequency of Sexual Intercourse among Married Women of Reproductive Age in China/Gao Ersheng, Wu Junqing, Chen Tikuwan and Zhang Zibao 14. Attitude towards Antenuptial Sexual Behaviour among Chinese Women of Reproductive Age/Chen Tikuwan, Wu Junqing, Tao Jianguo and Gao Ersheng 15. Community based Sex Education and Reproductive Health Service Intervention among Unmarried Youth`s in China/Gao Ersheng, Lou Chaohua, Wang Bo, Shen Yan and Tu Xiaowen IV. COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES : 16. Effective Communication Strategies for Promotion of Health and Family Planning : An Interdisciplinary Perspective/K. Mahadevan, K.A. Pisharoti, S.L.N. Rao, K.V. Ranganathan, Lory Laing, N. Murugesan, M. Ubaidulla and S.P. Ramalingam 17. Communication Strategies for Health Education in the USA : HIV/AIDS and Educational Resistance in the United States/Carol Key 18. Impacts of Clinic-based Informed Choice Programme on Quality of Individualized Counselling Service in China/WuJunqing, Chen Tikuwan and Gao Ersheng 19. Intensive Health Education for Leprosy Case Detection through Networking - A Model Replicated all over the Co Printed Pages: 432. Bookseller Inventory # 7135

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Animal Science Research: New Dimensions

Arvind Kumar

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The factors governing life on earth are changing constantly and the same is true for life too. The unique property of the living forms is their ability to change themselves, accepting the challenge caused by changes in the surroundings and this has enabled them to exploit the environment successfully, leading to their survival, multiplication and continuation on earth since first appearance.;The association of man and animals dates back to the prehistoric period. The prehistoric men knew animals; they could distinguish them from one another, from different angles, primarily from their daily needs and safety. The early Egyptians knew quite a lot about animals, and domesticated cattle, sheep, cats and ducks. Today the tree of Animal Science has grown steadily for millions of years, diversifying it in many branches. Our ever-increasing knowledge in Animal Science has enabled us to apply this science in human benefit, ranging from prevention of diseases to production of various items for our use, introduction and stabilization of new hybrids, and in many other fields. Hence, the Animal Science has attained new and advance spectrum, which is visible in this book. Therefore, it is to be noted that the present book is a unique compilation of most recent research articles in various fields of Zoology and will be very much helpful for students, research scholars, and college or university teachers.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Fish and Human Welfare with Special Reference to its Conservation Strategies by Arvind Kumar and C Bohra; Chapter 2: Ageing Biology and Related Growth Statistics of a Freshwater Fish Tor chilinoides (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from Garhwal Himalaya, India by S P Uniyal, Anoop K Dobriyal and H K Joshi; Chapter 3: Role of Birds in the Seed Dispersal of Zizyphus oenoplia (Mill) in a Tropical Deciduous Forest of Central India by R M Mishra and Atul Mishra; Chapter 4: Avian Community of Orchard and its Surrounding Eucalyptus Windbreak in Punjab Agricultural University, University Campus, Punjab by Sumit Chakravarty and J S Sandhul; Chapter 5: Influence of Sago Wastes-Pressmud Mixture on the Growth and Reproduction of an Indian Epigeic Earthworm Perionyx excavatus (Perrier) by A Mary Violet Christy and R Ramalingam; Chapter 6: Parasites of Uzi Fly, Exorista sorbillans Wiedemann (Diptera: Tachinidae) III Biology of Nesolynx thymus (Girault) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) by Anand Kumar; Chapter 7: Humoral and Cellular Immunomodulation Induced by Endosulfan in Swiss Albino Mice by P Dhasarathan, A J A Ranjithsing and N Sukumaran; Chaptre 8: Effect of Parathion on Haemoglobin Content in Mice by Md Aftab Alam, Pankaj Kumar, Ranjana and A P Mishra; Chapter 9: First Record of Pontoscolex corethrurus (Muller, 1856) (Oligochaeta: Glossoscolecidae) from Rajasthan by P Bhardwaj and S S Suthar; Chapter 10: Scanning Electron Microscopic Observation of Armpit Gland Secretion in Field Mouse, Mus booduga (L) by S Kannan and P Ponmanickam; Chapter 11: Food Preference of Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826) Under Varying Temperature and pH by N Dhiman and S K Battish; Chapter 12: Host Parasitoid Density Relationship Between Sylepta derogata (Lepidoptera) and Apanteles blateatae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) by T V Sathe; Chapter 13: Comparison of Mosquito Fauna in Srivilliputhur Town and Krishnankovil Village, Tamil Nadu by K Karuppasamy and T Sooravan; Chapter 14: A Study on Proteins During the Postnatal Development of Brain in Rat, Rattus norvegicus by D Anusuya and D J Prakash; Chapter 15: Thrombocytopenic Effect of Buprenorphine in Mice by Dhriti Banerjee and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar; Chapter 16: Chemical Impact on the Histological Studies of the Thyroid in the Freshwater Fish Channa orientalis (Sch) by S V Deshmukh and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 17: Length-weight Relationship and Relative Condition in Catla-catla (Ham) from a Pond in Jabalpur by R Printed Pages: 272. Bookseller Inventory # 58425

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Dimensions of Environmental Threats

Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2003)

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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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Emerging Dimensions in Self Help Groups

N Mukundan and M Hilaria Soundari

Published by Dominant, New Delhi (2008)

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Item Description: Dominant, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Dynamics of Self Help Groups (SHGs) an overview 1. Emerging dimensions in Self Help Groups an introduction/N. Mukundan. 2. SHGs in Kerala an evaluation/B. Vijayachandran Pillai and V. Harikumar. 3. Self Help Groups a study/G. Chandrakumar and C. Suguna. 4. Working of SHGs a case from Tamil Nadu/G. Chandrakumar and R. Selvam. 5. Socio economic status for women SHG members/D. Vengatesan and Santha Govind. 6. Self Help Groups at the cross roads/M. Hilaria Soundari. II. Women empowerment proactive role of SHGs 7. Gender economics women empowerment and Self Help Groups/A Ramalingam. 8. Empowerment of women through SHGs in Madurai District an empirical analysis/R. Haridoss and J. Fredrick. 9. Women Self Help Groups a catalyst for tribal development/M. Anbalagan and V. Selvam. 10. Women Self Help Groups a tool for women empowerment in India/R. Karthikeyan and K. Ramakrishnan. 11. Self Help Groups the Panacea for empowerment of women/K. Kalaichelvi. 12. Grassroots women entrepreneurship through Self Help Groups/N. Mukundan and B. Sumathi. III. SHGs sectoral studies 13. Eradication of poverty through SHGs Vision 2020 (A case study of Assam)/Gautam Purkayastha. 14. Microfinance and Self Help Groups an Overview/A. Ramalingam and S. Dharmaraj. 15. Credit utilization pattern of Self Help Group members/V. Sekar G. Narayanan and V. Saravanakumar. Index. The newly emerging concept of SHGs is attractive to every one. It is chance for the women fold to participate in the development process and to find solutions together to overcome their own socio economic hardships. Despite the challenges faced by them SHGs of women have been successfully organized in many business venture. It is crucial and vital in empowerment and uplift of women in rural areas. It highly encourages silver line for sustainable rural development. The book consist of some of the important topics such as eradication of poverty through SHGs Vision 2020 Women empowerment working of Self Help Groups and SHGs at the cross Roads which are based on empirical research experiences. This book will be highly useful to academia researchers and policy planners to achieve sustainable rural development through Self Help Groups. 202 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 65326

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Teacher Education : Quality Indicators

Flora Jenefar and A. Jahitha Begum

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Item Description: APH, 2011. Contents 1 Quality improvement in teacher educationV Flora Jenefar M and A Jahitha Begum 2 Quality assurance in teacher educationManickam K and A Jahitha Begum 3 Role of chemistry teacherA Pushpavalli and A Jahitha Begum 4 Quality indicators in teacher education programT Nagavalli 5 Thought upon quality in teacher educationSreekala Edannur 6 Teacher education some of the major issues in quality concernsPB Kavyakishore 7 Quality improvement in mathematics teaching through self regulatory skills among DTEd teacher traineesK Kannaki 8 Quality improvement in teacher education programmeSrinivasa KS 9 Knowledge of information and communication technology ICT and attitude towards teaching ICT among teacher educatorsKS Palaniappan 10 Role of parents in helping adolescents cope cope with stressTO Singaravel 11 Brain based learning and whole brain teachingR Deeneshkumar 12 Class-climate and elicitation response behaviour patterns in teaching social studies at school levelM Muthusamy 13 Emotional intelligence and medium of instruction a study among secondary school teachersS Ramalingam 14 Emotional intelligence and total quality management in educationAS Ramesh 15 Effective teaching and successful teachersS Alagesan 16 Quality teacher education for developing our nationS Santhi 17 Emotional intelligence--the key to quality teacher educationP Srinivasan and S Mohan Kumaramangalam 18 Research in quality issues of teacher educationK Nachimuthu 19 Role of quality teachers in developing personality of the young learnersG Singaravelu 20 Synergy of teacher competencies and quality teacher education towards new horizonN Devaki 21 The competency-based curriculum for quality teacher educationP Narmatha Sree 22 Quality improvement in teacher educationM Akilarasan and S Shailaja Sudheer 23 Indicators of teacher qualityStephen Clements 24 Synchronous and asynchronous e-tool a perception for pre service trainersS Sridevi 25 Prospective teacher knowledge of educational technology a studyT Pradeep Kumar 26 Influence education in quality improvement in teacher education programmeArmin Mahmoudi 27 Quality improvement in teacher education programmeV Ramachandran 28 Quality indicators in teacher education programmeArmin Mahmoudi and Ningamma C Betsur 29 Knowledge infrastructures for quality improvementR Amudha The quality improvement in higher education goes along with the quality of research Teachers of colleges and universities are now-a-days motivated to conduct relevant research work Research is regarded as a systematic and scientific enquiry into new knowledge in any branch of discipline The outcome of research certainly helps in promoting improvement in the existing policies methods systematic practices etc which in turn acculturates efficiency and productivity in the country Teacher Education is one of the priority areas of research which needs to be improved in terms of its quality oriented aspects Research in Teacher education has to be strengthened The book Quality Indicators in Teacher education is compilation of the papers presented during the National Seminar conducted on October 2009 by Christ College of education Dharmapuri More than sixty papers were presented under various subthemes of Quality in Teacher Education Quality Improvement in Teacher Education Quality Control in Teacher Education Total Quality Management in Teacher Education Research in quality Issues of Teacher Education and Quality Indicators in Teacher Education Many resource persons at the national level were invited to speak about the themes of quality in teacher education The correspondent of the institution Mrs Flora Jenefar is presently doing research on how to improve the quality in Teacher Education in her college The Chairman of the College Mr Kumararaja has great concern over the mode of training the teachers in DTEd And BEd All the important concepts ideas indicators which are connected with bringing modification to improve quality in Teacher Education are incorporat. Bookseller Inventory # 95990

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EMQs for MRCOG Part 2: A Self-Assessment Guide: Pt. 2

Kalaivani Ramalingam, L.M. Palanivelu, Jeremy Brockelsby, Christian Phillips

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Item Description: Taylor & Francis Ltd. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, EMQs for MRCOG Part 2: A Self-Assessment Guide: Pt. 2, Kalaivani Ramalingam, L.M. Palanivelu, Jeremy Brockelsby, Christian Phillips, This book provides those studying for the MRCOG Part 2 examination with welcome practice in answering the newly introduced EMQ style of question. Modelled on the current MRCOG syllabus, the book is designed to test the candidate's theoretical and practical knowledge of obstetrics and gynaecology. The book opens with an introductory section, explaining the EMQ and its place in the examination, and advising candidates on how they should approach this question type to obtain the highest marks. This is followed by a collection of 71 EMQ themes, with a total of 291 questions for the reader to attempt. The questions are based on common clinical scenarios and cover a variety of topics. Answers are included after each topic, and these include explanatory material and useful references. With a concentration on the core areas of the syllabus and a wide and varied selection of practice EMQs, this book will be an invaluable addition to the bookshelves of all candidates in preparation for the MRCOG Part 2. Bookseller Inventory # B9780340941690

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The Elderly Population in Developed andDeveloping World: Policies, Problems and Perspectives

K. Mahadevan,P. Krishnan

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Item Description: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 2nd edition. . The diverse and comprehensive collection of papers presented in this book provide a valuable compendium of knowledge on senior (elderly) citizens hitherto unavailable in such terse form. It discusses the subject on interdisciplinary basis and suggests ways and means of promoting their proper rehabilitation. It is as much useful for future research on the subject. The book is global in outlook and pools information from both developed and developing countries. It also touches upon the positive life-style of the elderly in China, Japan and India (Kurichia tribe) and says that this life-style has been responsible for their happy and long life. Problems relating to psychological phobias, environmental constraints, loss of identity and status, as also problems resulting out of permanent dependency and geriatric-cum-degenerative difficulties have also been discussed and their solutions suggested. CONTENTS: Preface; Part I : POLICY PERSPECTIVES FOR ELDERLY : 1. The Care of Elderly People in Industrial Society : A Conflict Between the Family and the State/Alan Walker 2. Some Issues of Social Policy in Britain`s Ageing Society/Frank Glendenning 3. New Patterns of Transition to Retirement in West Germany/Martin Kohli 4. The Living Arrangements and Familial Contacts of the Elderly in Japan/Kiyosi Hirosima 5. Modernization and Ageing/Gordon E. Finley 6. Lifestyle, Health and Longevity of the Kurichias/K. Mahadevan, G. Subramanyam & N. Viswanathan 7. Knowledge and Social Change in Samia, Western Kenya/Maria G. Cattell Part II : DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL PROFILE OF AGEING : 8. Australia`s Ageing Population : Patterns and Policy Implications/Graeme Hugo 9. Older People in Britain : Demographic Trends and Social Circumstances/Miriam Bernard 10. Population and Family Characteristics of the Elderly in a Town in Northern Japan/Kathleen A. Kalab 11. The Process of Population Ageing and the Status of Old People in China/Chi-hsien Tuan 12. Demographic and Social Implications of the Elderly in India/ K. Mahadevan, N. Audinarayana, R. Jayasree & S.P. Ramalingam 13. Elderly Population in Iran : An Overview/Akbar Aghajanian 14. Ageing in Bangladesh : Its Social, Economic and Health Consequences/M. Kabir & M.A. Salam 15. Ageing in Latin America/Gordon E. Finley 16. Demographic and Social Profile of Ageing in Canada/P. Krishnan and AKM Nurun Nabi Part III : PROBLEMS AND CARE OF THE ELDERLY : 17. Health Issues Affecting Canada`s Elderly/Lory M. Laing 18. Health Problems and Patterns of Service Utilisation of the Aged/A. Venkoba Rao 19. Loneliness and Isolation in Old Age in India/Sabita Guha 20. Social Dependency and Abuse of the Elderly/A. Mahajan 21. Work Participation of the Aged in India/D. Radha Devi 22. Aged Women and Gender Disequity in Canada/Sharon Mdrvin Abu-Laban 23. Psychological Aspects of Care Giving and Disability Among the Elderly in India/P.V. Ramamurti, D. Jamuna & L.K. Reddy 24. Approaches to the Study of Elderly Population/K. Mahadevan & M. Sumangala Part IV : PROFILE OF AN ADVOCATE OF THE ELDERLY : 25. A Premier Gerontologist : Professor P.K.B. Nayar/Jacob John Kattakayam Printed Pages: 526. Bookseller Inventory # 5650

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Communication and Education for Health Promotion and Population Regulation : A Global Perspective

Kuttan Mahadevan

Published by B R Pub, Delhi (2005)

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Item Description: B R Pub, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Policy perspectives 1. World heath organization and health education/Ronald Swatzyna. 2. Health education programme in China/Gao Ersheng and Lin Xia. 3. Health achievement millennium challenges/K.A. Pisharoti and S.H. Hasan. 4. Nutrition intervention and education for promotion of health/S. Premakumari. 5. Health education at primary health centre and beyond search for new alternatives/K. Mahadevan Iqbal Shah Lorry Laing and V.M. Sandeep. 6. Strategies followed for education health and population regulation in Gandhigram India/R. Kausalya Devi K. Mahadevan K.A. Pisharoti K.V. Ranganathan and R. Subramanian. II. Reproductive health 7. American experience in the prevention of HIV/AIDS risk behaviours among bisexuals Hispanic males and Black males/Guang zhen Wang and Vijayan K. Pillai. 8. Chinese experience in reproductive health and prevention of AIDS/Gao Ersheng and Dou Lixia. 9. Global problems of HIV/AIDS and role of health education/T.S. Sunil. 10. Women's health and health education/Pagadala Rajaram and P. Mangesh. 11. HIV infection in women prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT)/G. Sunitha Subramanyam. III. Sexual behaviour 12. Human sexuality and reproductive health a model and policy implications/K. Mahadevan Lory Laing Iqbal Shah S. Siva Raju V.M. Sandeep N. Murugesan V.K.R. Kumar C. Deepak and P. Ganesh. 13. Analysis of frequency of sexual intercourse among married women of reproductive age in China/Gao Ersheng Wu Junqing Chen Tikuwan and Zhang Zibao. 14. Attitude towards antenuptial sexual behaviour among Chinese women of reproductive age/Chen Tikuwan Wu Junqing Tao Jianguo and Gao Ersheng. 15. Community based sex education and reproductive health service intervention among unmarried youth's in China/Gao Ersheng Lou Chaohua Wang Bo Shen Yan and Tu Xiaowen. IV. Communication strategies 16. Effective communication strategies for promotion of health and family planning an interdisciplinary perspective/K. Mahadevan K.A. Pisharoti S.L.N. Rao K.V. Ranganathan Lory Laing N. Murugesan M. Ubaidulla and S.P. Ramalingam. 17. Communication strategies for health education in the USA HIV/AIDS and educational resistance in the United States/Carol Key. 18. Impacts of clinic based informed choice programme on quality of individualized counselling service in China/WuJunqing Chen Tikuwan and Gao Ersheng. 19. Intensive health education for Leprosy case detection through networking a model replicated all over the country/N. Murugesan. 20. Social action for health/Saroj S. Jha. V. Population dynamics 21. Ecology population and health perspectives on quality of life/K. Mahadevan Lory Laing Iqbal Shah K.A. Pisharoti K.V. Ranganathan M.S.R. Murthy P. Mangesh V.M. Sandeep. V.K.R. Kumar. C. Deepak and P. Ganesh. 22. Impact of family planning management education and service providing on emergency contraception knowledge attitude and practice among married female migrants at reproductive age/Wi Junqing Li Wenying Tao Jinanguo Zheng Ling Chen Tikuwan Chen Aimin Zhang Zibao Huang Weidong Gao Ersheng Pan Jiazeng and Zhang Meixing. 23. Use of emergency contraception could have the induced abortion rate in Shanghai China/Lou Chaohua Gao Ersheng and Zhao Shuangling. VI. Ayurveda and health promotion 24. Retinal care and prevention of blindness successful Ayurvedic therapies/P.K. Ravindranath. 25. Pioneer and great health educator in India/Iqbal Shah K.A. Pisharoti K.V. Ranganathan Gao Ersheng R. Kausalya Devi V.M. Sandeep and P. Krishnamoorthy. This book focuses on contemporary and international perspectives on high priority themes of development particularly on the neglected health education to prevent health hazards population control to prevent poverty and poor quality of life and to promote reproductive health. In order to promote these high priority themes of development appropriate policies and strategies have been evolved through several chapters. The classical holistic systems approach provided in certain. Bookseller Inventory # 53893

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Animal Science Research : New Dimensions

Arvind Kumar

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Fish and human welfare with special reference to its conservation strategies/Arvind Kumar and C. Bohra. 2. Ageing biology and related growth statistics of a freshwater fish Tor chilinoides (Pisces Cyprinidae) from Garhwal Himalaya India/S.P. Uniyal Anoop K. Dobriyal and H.K. Joshi. 3. Role of birds in the seed dispersal of Zizyphus oenoplia (mill.) in a tropical deciduous forest of Central India/R.M. Mishra and Atul Mishra. 4. Avian community of orchard and its surrounding eucalyptus windbreak in Punjab Agricultural University University Campus Punjab/Sumit Chakravarty and J.S. Sandhul. 5. Influence of sago wastes pressmud mixture on the growth and reproduction of an Indian epigeic earthworm Perionyx excavatus (Perrier)/A. Mary Violet Christy and R. Ramalingam. 6. Parasites of Uzi fly exorista sorbillans Wiedemann (Diptera Tachinidae) III. Biology of Nesolynx thymus (Girault) (Hymenoptera Eulophidae)/Anand Kumar. 7. Humoral and cellular immunomodulation induced by Endosulfan in Swiss Albino Mice/P. Dhasarathan A.J.A. Ranjithsingh and N. Sukumaran. 8. Effects of Parathion on Haemoglobin content in mice/Md. Aftab Alam Pankaj Kumar Ranjana and A.P. Mishra. 9. First record of pontoscolex corethrurus (Muller 1856) (Oligochaeta glossoscoloecidae) from Rajasthan/P. Bhardwaj and S.S. Suthar. 10. Scanning electron microscopic observation of Armpit gland secretion in field mouse Mus booduga (L.)/S. Kannan and P. Ponmanickam. 11. Food preference of Eisenia fetida (Savigny 1826) under varying temperature and pH/N. Dhiman and S.K. Battish. 12. Host Parasitoid density relationship between Sylepta derogata (Lepidoptera) and Apanteles blateatae (Hymenoptera Braconidae)/T.V. Sathe. 13. Comparison of mosquito fauna in Srivilliputhur town and Krishnankovil Village Tamil Nadu/K. Karuppasamy and T. Sooravan. 14. A study on proteins during the postnatal development of brain in rat Rattus norvegicus/D. Anusuya and D.J. Prakash. 15. Thrombocytopenic effect of Buprenorphine in mice/Dhriti Banerjee and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar. 16. Chemical impact on the histological studies of the thyroid in the freshwater fish Channa orientalis (sch.)/S.V. Deshmukh and K.M. Kulkarni. 17. Length weight relationship and relative condition in Catla catla (ham.) from a pond in Jabalpur/Reeta Solanki K.K. Dubey and A.K. Mandloi. 18. Alteration in oxygen consumption in freshwater snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) during pesticide exposure/P.H. Rohankar and K.M. Kulkarni. 19. Studies on the efficacy of five botanical extracts as Pupicidal against Trogoderma granarium (everts)/S.C. Dwivedi and Nidhi Bala Shekhawat. 20. Length weight relationship between body and brain in Puntius conchonius (Pisces Cyprinidae)/Pankaj K. Bahuguna Hemant K. Joshi Sandhya Goswami and Anoop K. Dobriyal. 21. Mosquito larvivorous potential of some indigenous fishes/Rajiv Shrivastava S.K. Goyal P.K. Mishra and Kapil Soni and R.C. Saxena. 22. Role of Liv 52 in protection against Vanadium intoxication/Shakti Bhardwaj and R. Mathur. 23. Seasonal incidence of diamondback moth on cabbage/A.P. Chavan D.B. Pawar D.B. Kadam and S.P. Kalhapure. 24. A comparative study on some enzymes of the atrial and ventricular tissues of the heart of Albino rats employing snake Venoms of two different geographical locations/D. Mukherjee and C.R. Maity. 25. On a new species of Genus Mehraorchis from the Gall Bladder of Rana cyanophlyctis/Anjna Prema Vandna Khalkho M.T. Dan and Umapati Sahay. 26. Effect of opium on certain biochemical constituents of Albino rat Rattus norwegicus/Arti Kumari and B.P. Akela. 27. New record of wild silk caterpillar cricula trifenestrata Heifer on large Cardamon and notes on its biology/Sujata Yadav and Anand Kumar. 28. Inheritance of resistance in interspecific hybrid cotton to Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner)/Pandurang B. Mohite and S. Uthamasamy. 29. Collection of fishes from Khaji Kotnoor reservoir/Padmavathi and K. Vijaykumar. 30. Haemato biochemical variation induced by mo. Bookseller Inventory # 57908

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Geomatics in Tsunami

S M Ramasamy; C J Kumanan; R Sivakumar and Bhoop Singh

Published by New India Pub, New Delhi (2006)

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Item Description: New India Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Tsunami History Mechanisms and Photogrammetry 1. History of Tsunami/N. Rajendran. 2. The role of oscillations of the first and second class in Tsunami around Andaman and Nicobar Islands/T.S. Murty N. Nirupama I. Nistor and A.D. Rao. 3. Photogrammetry applications for Tsunami damage assessment/M. Dharma Raj. II. Tsunami disaster assessment 4. Indian Tsunami (2004) initiatives by NRDMS Department of Science and Technology India/R. Siva Kumar and Bhoop Singh. 5. S&T input earthquake and Tsunami effects Andaman Islands India/Parthasarathi Chakrabarti Sanjoy Nag Subrata B. Dutta Susmita Dasgupta and Niladri Gupta. 6. Damage assessment and mapping of Tsunami affected areas in parts of Nellore Coast India/K. Mruthyunjaya Reddy A. Nageswara Rao V. Raghu and A.V. Subba Rao. 7. Tsunami 2004 damage assessment mapping Chennai Region/M. Ramalingam M. Kamaraj K. Vaithiyanathan and R.M. Narayanan. 8. Damage assessment in the Tsunami affected Pondicherry Cuddalore Coast India/G.V. Rajamanickam E. Saranathan V. Rajeshkumar Sujatha E. Ramani D. Soosai Manickaraj R. Chandrasekaran K. Muthumeena R. Mahesh C. Sriramkumar A. Rajarajeswari and V. Sathiskumar. 9. Geomatics in Tsunami damages Nagapattinam Coast India/S.M. Ramasamy C.J. Kumanan K. Palanivel R. Selvakumar V. Agastheeswaran D. Sankar Steny Thomas and J. Saravanavel. 10. Geospatial assessment of Tsunami 2004 damages along the Rocky Coast of Kanyakumar India/N. Chandrasekar J. Loveson Immanuel M. Rajamanickam J. Dajkumar Sahayam. D. Satheesh Herbert Singh and G.V. Rajamanickam. III. Tsunami ecosystem 11. Physico chemical perturbation on coastal system by Tsunami events/A. Rajendran and R. Arthur James. 12. 26 December 2004 Great Tsunami it's characteristic and coastal responses in Car Nicobar Island India/Arun Kumar R.K. Chingkhei and Bhoop Singh. 13. Reflection of boxing day Tsunami on coral reef ecosystem of India/L. Kannan T. Thangaradjou and R. Sridhar. 14. Reflections of recent Tsunami on Mangrove ecosystem Cuddalore Coast India/V. Selvam. 15. Tsunami induced water quality changes in Buckingham Canal Chennai region India/Usha Natesan and S. Kalaivani. IV. Tsunami relief and rehabilitation 16. Syndrome of the Tsunami (2004) ravaged society a microscopic view from Nagapattinam India/C. Venkatachalam. 17. Tsunami the citizen's perspective/T. Dhanapal. 18. Partners in action NGOs in Tsunami relief and Rehab/Annie George. 19. The Tsunami disaster and Tamil Nadu's response India/R. Santhanam. V. Tsunami Fjord Provinces of Norway 20. Landslide triggered Tsunami in Norway/S.M. Ramasamy Bhoop Singh and R. Siva Kumar. Author Index. The Asian Mega Tsunami (2004) has struck most of the territorial nations of South Asia including the East Coast of India. The NRDMS Division Department of Science and Technology Government of India New Delhi has conceived and executed an All India Co ordinated Programme on Tsunami Disaster Assessment and Mitigation through various institutions of expertise on Geomatics in earth system dynamics and the related natural disasters. The Geomatics technology which includes Arial Photography photogrammetry satellite remote sensing digital image processing GPS surveys GIS modeling etc. was used in this programme geospatial data bases were created on Tsunami disasters over natural physical and human resources and futuristic mitigation strategies were evolved therefrom. The book illuminates the results of the studies carried out along the Indian Coast and a bird's eye view on the tsunami studies in Norway. In addition some special papers on the role of mangroves as Tsunami mitigator impacts of Tsunami over marine water quality coral ecosystem etc the administrator's experience over the tsunami crisis management NGO's perspective certain societal issues triggered by the killer Tsunami and citizen's perspective etc. also find a place in this volume. Key features Covers topics on initiatives by NRDMS Department of Science and Technology on Tsunami (. Bookseller Inventory # 59221

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National Symposium on Conservation and Valuation of Marine Biodiversity

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Item Description: ZSI, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents 1. Distribution of zooplankton in Uppanar backwaters of Cuddalore Southeast coast of India/G. Ananthan P. Sampath Kumar P. Soundarapandian and L. Kannan. 2. Effect of the pharmacologically active substances from the venom of conus zeylanicus/D. Annadurai R. Kasinathan and P.S. Lyla. 3. A Preliminary report on the diversity of the venomous marine cone snails from Tamil Nadu coast/D. Annadurai R. Kasinathan and V. Ravi. 4. Diversity of perches along the coramondal coast and it's economic valuation/A. Anrose K.N.V. Nair and S. Ramachandran. 5. Decline of coastal birds along the South east coast of India/S. Balachandran. 6. Brachyuran bioresources of coastal Andhra Pradesh/M.K. Dev Roy and N.C. Nandi. 7. Benthic Polychaetes of Tamil Nadu coast/Olivia J. Fernando and R. Rajasekaran. 8. Economic valuation of marine biodiversity a case of mangroves in Gujarat/Indira Hirway and Subhrangsu Goswami. 9. Disturbances to coral reef communities of Andaman and Nicobar Islands/R. Jeyabaskaran. 10. Jellyfish population out breaks a review/G. Kanagaraj P. Sampathkumar and G. Ananthan. 11. Nesting biology of green and olive ridley turtles along the Saurashtra coast Gujarat and impact of incidental catch on the nesting populations/P. Kannan and M. Rajagopalan. 12. Impact of incidental catch on dolphins in Vizhinjam South West coast of India/P. Kannan and M. Rajagopalan. 13. Biodiversity and utilization of brachyuran crabs of the exclusive economic zone of India/M. Kathirvel A. Gokul and P. Thirumilu. 14. Indian penaeid shrimps their biodiversity and economical values/M. Kathirvel P. Thirumilu and A. Gokul. 15. Biodiversity and economical values of Indian lobsters/M. Kathirvel P. Thirumilu and A. Gokul. 16. Distribution and abundance of phytoplankton along west coast of India/O.S. Kotiwar. 17. Biodiversity of epifauna associated with sargassum SP. around Kudankulam nuclear power project east coast of India/Y. Leninraj S. Satheesh and S. Godwin Wesley. 18. Conservation strategies and sustainable use of marine biodiversity for coastal socio economic development in India/P. Nammalwar V. Sundararaj K. Pukazhendhi and T.D. Babu. 19. Status of Indian mangroves and the legend of mangrove restoration in Gujarat/Oswin D. Stanley. 20. Study of diatoms of Nandgaon and Dahanu coast from Konkan region North west Maharashtra/Shilpa P. Patel and G. Rangothaman. 21. Observation on the distribution and abundance of Tuna resources in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of Andaman and Nicobar Islands/P. Paul Pandian A.B. Kar M.K. Sinha and S.K. Pattnayak. 22. Effect of earthquake and Tsunami on marine faunal diversity of Andaman and Nicobar Islands/D.V. Rao. 23. Investigation on impose in different species of neogastropods along the Indian coast/C. Raghunathan A. Tewari and Yasmin Khambhaty. 24. Biodiversity of crabs in pichavaram mangrove environment/S. Ravichandran and T. Kannupandi. 25. Seasonal distribution of biofouling communities in Kudankulam waters east coast of India/S. Satheesh and S. Godwin Wesley. 26. Indian marine sponges their biodiversity and conservation/G. Sivaleela and K. Venkataraman. 27. Observations on the changes in fishery resources structure in relation to Tsunami along the Tamil Nadu Coast/P. Sivaraj J.C. Dhas L. Ramalingam V. Sivaji K. Govindaraj P. Tamilarasan G. Nagarajan G.V.A. Prasad H.D. Pradeep and M.U. Veeresh. 28. Birds diversity of Muthupet mangroves Southeast coast of India/C. Sivasubramanian. 29. Gastropod diversity on the Chennai coast/R.J. Ranjit Daniels. 30. Seaweed diversity culture and cultivation/P.V. Subba Rao. 31. Diversity of commercially important fishery resources of Tamil Nadu Coast/M.U. Veeresh V. Sivaji P. Sivaraj H.D. Pradeep J.C. Dhas and G.V.A. Prasad. 32. Sea snakes of Chennai coast Southern India/C. Venkataraman J.T. Jothinayagam and C. Raghunathan. 33. Molluscan fauna of Policat Lake Tamil Nadu Southern India/C. Venkatraman and J.T. Jothinayagam. 34. Threats to coral reefs and a preventive conservation. Bookseller Inventory # 64986

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Mineral Exploration: Recent Strategies

S. Rajendra, K. Srinivasamoorthy & S. Aravindan (Eds)

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2007)

ISBN 10: 8189422715 ISBN 13: 9788189422714

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Item Description: New India Publishing Agency, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Contents Preface Editorial Key Lectures Strategy for Exploration and Exploitation of Placer Mineral in India by G.V.Rajamanickam Exploration for Platinum Group Elements in Peninsular India Status Problems & Scope by Balaram Understanding the Ore Forming Processes Key to Mineral Exploration by M.S.Pandian Hyperspectral Remote Sensing by S.Sanjeevi Total Quality Management (T.q.m.) in Evaluation of Granite Deposits by G.B.Sukumaran Mineral Resources 1. Uranium Mineralisation in Leucogranites Around Suryapet, Nalgonda District, Andhra Pradesh by S.K. De, A.S.Khotpal, M.Rajani Kumar, B.Harirao, Mridula Chauhan, K. Raghuramaiah and A.Sivasamy 2. Rare Earth Minerals in Carbonatites and their Significance in Earth Science by G.B.Sukumaran and M.Kumar 3. Integrated Sequence and Chemostratigraphic Modeling A Sure-fire Technique for Stratigraphic Correlation Petroleum Exploration and Reservoir Characterization by Mu.Ramkumar and G.Sathish 4. India ? A Potential Global Contestant in Ilmenite Placer Mineral Production by S. Vasudevan, M. Arumugam, R. Sakthivel and K.Vadivelan 5. Mineral Exploration ? A Geomatics Perspective by R. Neelakantan, D. Ramesh and M.Karthikeyan 6. Chrysoberyl from Southern Tamil Nadu of South India, with Implications for Gondwana Studies by G. Manimaran, Deepak Bagai and P.T.Roy Chacko 7. Clay Mineralogical and Textural Studies of Warkalli Formation Varkala, Kerala by D. Senthil Nathan, Arun K. Sreedhar and R.Resmi 8. Geological Setting and Physico ? Chemical Properties of Uttatur Clays, Ariyalur Area, Tamil Nadu by R. Prabhakaran, M. Arumugam, R.S.Kumar, T.Jeyavel Rajakumar and B.Selvaraj 9. Role of Microfossils in Identifying the Source Rocks for Oil in Nagaland, India by R.Venkatachalapathy, Kapesa Lokho and D.S.N.Raju 10. Heavy Mineral Enrichment Pattern in the Vaippar River and its Significance to the Vaippar Beach Placer Deposits Southern Tamil Nadu, India by P.Udayaganesan, N.Angusamy , J.Sahayam and G.Victor Rajamanickam Modern Techniques For Exploration of Resources 11. Lineament Detection to Identify Probable Location of Mineralized Zone - A Case Study in Panchmahal District Gujarat Western India - Using Remote Sensing Techniques by G.Bhaskaran, S.Rajendran and N.Radhakrishnan 12. Remote Sensing Applications for Hydrocarbon Exploration in the Pericratonic Basins of the Tamil Nadu Coast by D.Ramesh, S.Palanivel, R.Neelakantan and S.Mahendran 13. Mapping of Geology and Structure of Iron Ore Deposits in Parts of Salem District Using Remote Sensing Technique by A.Thirunavukkarasu, S.Rajendran and B.Poovalingaganesh 14. Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in Identification of Groundwater Potential Zones in Gadilam Lower Sub Basin of Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu ?A Case Study by D.Radhakrishnan, M.Ramalingam 15. Geological and Geomorphological Features in and Around Salem, Tamil Nadu by K.Sankar 16. Geoelectrical Response Over Archaean Hard Rocks of Sankaran Kovil and Tenkasi Taluks of Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu by T.Jeyavel Rajakumar, R.S.Kumar and S.Rajendran 17. Targeting Potential Groundwater Zones in Hard Rock Environment Using GIS for Rural Development? An Integrated Approach by C.Lakshumanan and M.Govindaraju 18. A Remote Sensing and Gis Approach to Groundwater Prospecting in Gayatri River Basin, Kerala, India by A.P.Sreejith and Amit K.Bhattacharya 19. Regional Geological Setting and Major Geochemical Pattern of Upper Agniar and Vellar Basins, Tamil Nadu by S.Palanivel 20. Inverse Slope Method of Interpretation of Geoelectrical Sounding Curves and Its Application for Groundwater Exploration in Crystalline Rock Terrains by T.S.Badrinarayanan and R.Venkatesan 21. Groundwater Prospective Zones in Western Doon Valley Using Remote Sensing and GIS by R.S.Kumar and S.Aravindan 22. Aerogeophysical Data as Tool in Mapping and Mineral Exploration Printed Pages: 558. Bookseller Inventory # 65623

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The Legislature and the Judiciary : Judicial Pronouncements on Parliament and State Legislatures

Rajya Sabha Secretariat

Published by Orient Blackswan (2010)

ISBN 10: 8125041915 ISBN 13: 9788125041917

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Item Description: Orient Blackswan, 2010. Contents Section I Analysisof Case Laws 1 Powers Privileges and Immunities of Parliament and State Legislatures 2 Powers Privileges and Immunities of Members 3 Sessions Prorogation and Dissolution 4 Members? Right to Attend Session of the House while Under ArrestDetention 5 Writ Petitions Challenging Resolutions Adopted by the House 6 Writ Petitions Challenging Decisions of the ChairmanSpeaker 7 Qualifications and Disqualifications of Members of Parliament and State Legislatures 8 Anti-defection Law Tenth Schedule 9 Resignation Removal and Vacation of Seat 10 Oath or Affirmation 11 Voting in the House 12 Introduction and Passing of Bills 13 Address and Messages of PresidentGovernor to the House or Houses 14 Conflict of Powers of the Legislature vis-a-vis the Judiciary Topic-wise List of Cases Section II Summary of Cases 1 A K Roy and Ors v Union of India and Ors 2 A K Subbaiah v Ramakrishna Hedge and Ors 3 A Kunjan Nadar v The State 4 A M Paulraj v The Speaker Tamil Nadu Legislative 165Assembly Madras and Anr 5 A Swamickan v K Venkatachalam and Anr 6 Ajit Singh v State Delhi Through CBI 7 Amarinder Singh v Special Committee Punjab Vidhan Sabha and Ors 8 Anand Bihari Mishra v Ram Sahay 9 Anand Mohan v Union of India and Ors 10 Ansumali Majumdar and Ors v The State of West Bengal and Anr 11 Baljeet Singh v Election Commission of India and Ors12 Bhagwan Dass Sehgal v State of Haryana and Ors 13 Biharilal Dobray v Roshan Lal Dobray 14 Brundaban Nayak v Election Commission of India and Anr 15 C Srikisen v State of Hyderabad and Ors 16 C Subramaniam v Speaker of Madras Legislative Assembly and Ors 17 Chhabildas Mehta MLA and Ors v The Legislative Assembly Gujarat State and Ors 18 D Murugesan v The Hon?ble Speaker Thiru Sedapatti R Muthiah Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly 19 Dr Jatish Chandra Ghosh v Harisadhan Mukherjee and Ors 20 Dr Jatish Chandra Ghosh v Harisadhan Mukherjee and Ors 21 Dr Kashinath G Jalmi and Anr v The Speaker and Ors 22 Dr Luis Proto Barbosa v Union of India and Ors 23 Dr Mahachandra Prasad Singh v The Hon?ble Chairman Bihar Legislative Council and Ors 24 Durga Das Rathore v The State of Bihar and Ors 25 G Vasantha Pai v C K Ramaswamy and Anr 26 G Viswanathan v The Hon?ble Speaker Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Madras 27 Gunupati Keshavram Reddy v Nafisul Hasan and the State of UP 28 Har Sharan Varma v Union of India and Ors 29 Hardwari Lal v Election Commission of India and Ors 30 Haridasan Palayil v The Speaker Kerala Legislative Assembly 31 Hem Chandra Sen Gupta v The Speaker Legislative Assembly of West Bengal 32 In Re Gujarat Assembly Election Matter 33 In Re K Anandan Nambiar 34 In Re Pillalamarri Venkateswarlu a detenu in the Central Jail v The District Magistrate and Superintendent Central Jail 35 Jagjit Singh v State of Haryana and Ors 36 Jai Singh Rathi and Ors v State of Haryana 37 Janaganavadi Bharti v Government of India and Ors 38 Jaya Bachchan v Union of India and Ors 39 Jayashankara Gowda v Chief Secretary 40 Joginder Singh Toor and Anr v Union of India through Secretary Law Justice and Companies Affairs New Delhi and Ors 41 K Anandan Nambiar v Chief Secretary to Government of Madras 42 K Anbazhagan and Ors v The Secretary The Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Madras and Ors 43 Keshav Singh v The Speaker 44 Kihota Hollohan v Zachilhu and Ors 45 M Kunjukrishnan Nadar v The Hon?ble Speaker Kerala Legislative Assembly Trivandrum and Ors 46 M S M Sharma v Sri Krishna Sinha and Ors 47 Madhu Parumala v The Speaker Kerala Legislative Assembly 48 Madhukar Jetly v Union of India and Ors 49 Manjit Singh v Maharashtra Assembly 50 Mayawati v Markandeya Chand and Ors 51 Naveen Chandra Gupta Advocate v Union of India and Ors 52 Navjot Singh Sidhu v State of Punjab 53 O Ramalingam and Ors v The Director Daily Thanthi and Ors 54 P V Narasimha Rao v CBI Delhi 55 P V Narasimha Rao v State CBI 56 Panna Lal Agyan and Ors v The Hon?ble Speaker Sri Balram Jakgad and Ors 57 Parkash Singh Badal and Ors v Union of India an. Bookseller Inventory # 90974

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Scientific Basis of Herbal Medicine

edited by Parimelazhagan Thangaraj

Published by Daya (2013)

ISBN 10: 8170358736 ISBN 13: 9788170358732

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Item Description: Daya, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of Alstonia scholaris R. Br. and Rauvolfia serpentina (L.) Benth. Apocynaceae/Thangadurai Anbu and Palanichamy Mehalingam. 2. Prelimary phytochemical screening and in vitro anticancer activity of the weed plant sphaeranthus indicus Linn./B. Thamilmaraiselvi, G. Theivandran, M. Ranjani, H. Deena Priscilla and S. Sindhu. 3. Evaluation of antibacterial activity of leaf extracts of the medicinal plant species, hypochaeris radicate L. (Asteraceae)/Jamuna Senguttuvan and Subramanium Paulsamy. 4. Effect of punica granatum on a dandruff causing fungus: a phytopathogenic and few human pathogenic bacterial strains/M. Faizal Ahamed, K. Sundaravel, R. Ramachandran and R. Lalitha. 5. Phytochemical and antimicrobial activities of Gnaphalium polycaulon/K. Shanmugapriya and T. Thyaumanavan. 6. Antibacterial and antioxidant properties of ginger rhizome extract/Shiji Wilson and C.K. Padmaja. 7. Mosquito larvicidal activity of jasmine oil Jasminum sambac L. against culex tritaeniorhynchus diptera: culicidae/K. Yogalakshmi, M. Govindrarajan, R. Sivakumar and M. Rajeswary. 8. In vitro micropropagation and callus induction of cassia tora L. Tagarai: a potential medicinal herb/Anju Singh and P. Kumudha. 9. Screening of edible mushrooms for L-ergothionine and antioxidant activity/R. Muthu Dharani, D. Ramya Shree , G.J, Sree Meenaskhi, N. Saraswathy and P. Ramalingam. 10. Phytochemical and bio-efficacy studies on plumbago rosea L./T. Renisheya Joy Jeba Malar and M. Johnson.The objectives of the book is to highlight the relevance of traditional medicine and way towards ethnopharmocology, to share research achievements and innovations in herbal science, to evaluate and review opportunities for advancing herbal drug research in the region, to provide a platform to map an agenda for the development of phytomedicine, to address issues concerning conservation of medicinal plants. 28 articles based on the original research work by eminent academicians and scientists of the country on different areas of phytomedicine have been compiled. Recent trends and techniques involved from the search, documentation, processing, sustainable utilization and conservation of medicinal plants are the highlights of this book. Bookseller Inventory # 110955

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Dimensions of Environmental Threats

Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya (2003)

ISBN 10: 817035305X ISBN 13: 9788170353058

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Item Description: Daya, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Preface. 1. Metal pollutants in living environment: threat and challenges/A. Kumar, Y.C. Tripathi, S. Singh and G. Tripathi. 2. Bioagrochemicals towards gradual alleviation of synthetic chemicals/Y.C. Tripathi, Sushma Singh, G. Tripathi and A. Kumar. 3. Forests and forestry as carbon sequestration option for India/V.R.S. Rawat and P.K. Khatri. 4. Urban garbage recycling: a means to control environmental pollution and a way to sustainable agriculture: a review/M.V. Chalapathi, K. Mallikarjuna, S. Thimmegowda, N. Deva Kumar, G. Gangadhar Eswar Rao and R. Jayaramaiah. 5. Environmental impact assessment for a cement plant/N.A. Siddiqui and R. N. Shukla. 6. Environment degradation in agriculture/Avtar Singh and J.S. Kang. 7. Antibiotics in plant disease management: friends or foes of environment?/Anil Handa, P.D. Thakur and Bhupesh Gupta. 8. Net primary productivity of a grassland community at Canchipur (Manipur)/A. Radhapyari Devi, B. Manihar Sharma and H. Manoranjan Sharma. 9. Effect of indigenous and introduced VAM fungi on growth of Dolichos Lablab L. (field bean)/H.C. Lakshman, L. Rajanna and Y. Srinivasulu. 10. Heterosis in pigeonpea over different environments/C. Vanniarajan, P. Rangasamy, N. Nadarajan and J. Ramalingam. 11. Characterisation and eco-restoration of limestone minespoils of outer Himalaya/K.S. Dadhwal. 12. Impact of coal dust on microbial populations in the soil around Jawahar Khani, Andhra Pradesh/K. Prameela and M.A. Singara Charya. 13. Impact of stone crusher dust pollution on biomass and chlorophyll of maize crop/D.D. Pandey. 392 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 47962

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Industrial Pollution : Problems and Solutions

Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170353750 ISBN 13: 9788170353751

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Item Description: Daya, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. 1. Mining industry and the environment a critical review/Arvind Kumar. 2. Some ecofriendly approaches for integrated biomanagement of industrial wastewater/Manish C. Verma Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra. 3. Haryana primary mode of fly ash toxicity in the photoautotrophic micro organism Anabaena doliolum/Namita Singh and D.P. Singh. 4. Performance evaluation of Paper mill effluent in a granular bed UASBR/K. Kavitha and A.G. Murugesan. 5. Environmental management of distillery industry waste waters/M. Baskar K.G. Kandaswamy K. Ravindran and M. ShiekDawo. 6. Environment friendly design of thermal power plant chimneys/Debojyoti Mitra and Asisa Mazumdar. 7. Impact of textile waste water on Raphanus sativus var. Pusa Reshmi a pot experiment with special emphasis on analysis of heavy metals/Richa Marwari T.I. Khan and H.S. Sharma. 8. Laboratory study on toxicity of fly ash to earthworms/Dharitri Mahakur Sunanda Sahoo Madhumita Mishra A.K. Dash and P.C. Mishra. 9. Assessment of water quality of Vrishabhavathi stream loaded with factory effluents and sewage/S.R. Ambika and P.C. Shreedharan. 10. Eco toxicological effects caused by SWE of a chlor alkali industry on the biological nitrogen economy of crop fields/P.K. Pradhan Alaka Sahu and A.K. Panigrahi. 11. Impact of treated tannery effluent of growth and some biochemical characteristics of Acacia Mangium Willd/V. Mariappan. 12. Environmental impact of fly ash and other coal combustion residues/M. Baskar A. Solaimalai and K. Subbu Ramu. 13. Revegetation of Ash ponds of thermal power plants industrial pollution problems and solutions/M. Baskar A. Solaimalai and K. Subbu Ramu. 14. A study on biochemical changes in liver due to sugarmill effluent in freshwater fish Cirrhinus mrigala/K. Shanthi N. Saradhamani and J. Smitha. 15. Retention of bases in Tannery effluent leachate run through amendments incorporated soil column/K. Thirunavukarasu and A. Christopher Lourduraj. 16. Impact of skims effluent on the water quality of Anchar Lake Kashmir/Ab. Qayoom Mir G.C. Pandey and S.G. Sarwar. 17. Assessing the overall environmental impacts of Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Project at Singrauli/Rakesh Kumar Pandey. 18. Studies on the assessment and impact of industrial effluents of Sanganer town of Jaipur city on the quality of soil and water/Shalini Kulshreshta Samiksha Chaturvedi Saurabh Dave S.S. Dhindsa and R.V. Singh. 19. Effects of distillery effluent on the NPK contents of Vigna Mungo (L.) Hepper and physico chemical properties of soil/A. Pragasam and B. Kannabiran. 20. Impact of environment on the profitability of dairy farming/K. Rajagopal Reddy and R. Mallikarjuna Reddy. 21. Metallic status and correlation between COD and BOD of pulp and paper mill effluents/P.M. Yeole and V.S. Shrivastava. 22. Studies on the chemical pollution of soil by cane sugarmill effluent /R.D. Senthil Kumar N. Narayanaswamy and M.V. Sriramachandrasekaran. 23. Environmental impact and utilization of fly ash a study of IB Thermal Power Plant/D.K. Sahoo A. Behera Pramila Mishra and N.S. Meher. 24. Energy content of the agro based industrial solid waste/B.G. Pachpande V.S. Patel S.R. Kulkarni S.B. Attarde and S.T. Ingle. 25. Seasonal incidence of biodeteriorating saprobic fungi in dairy environment/C.J. Khilare. 26. Influence of sago wastes pressmud mixture on the growth and reproduction of an Indian epigeic earthworm perionyx excavatus (Perrier)/A. Mary Violet Christy and R. Ramalingam. 27. Gainful and eco friendly utilisation of flyash from thermal power plants/M. Baskar A. Sotaimalai and K. Subbu Ramu. 28. Studies on the use of municipal solid waste for mushroom cultivation/Satyawati Sharma Suman Kashyap and Padma Vasudevan. 29. Biomethanogenesis of various substrates along with treated tannery effluent/M.R. Rajan and R. Sujatha. 30. Impact of tannery effluent on growth pattern of ovary in the dragonfly Pantala flavescens (fabricius) (libellulidae anisoptera)/A. Parithabhanu and M.A. Subramanian. Bookseller Inventory # 58453

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Advances in Reproductive Toxicology

S C Joshi and A S Ansari

Published by Pointer, Jaipur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8171324452 ISBN 13: 9788171324453

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Item Description: Pointer, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Prologue. Preface. I. Heavy metals 1. Mercury toxicity and reproduction a review/V. Ramalingam S. Panneerdoss and V. Suryavathi. 2. Prevention of beryllium induced reproductive toxicity in male mice through ethylene glyocol BIS (2 amino ethyl ether) tetraacetic acid/R. Mathur and S. Shrivastava. 3. Chromium in the environment and the effects on organisms and human beings with special emphasis on reproductive toxicity/Richa Marwari T.I. Khan and H.S. Sharma. 4. Reproductive toxicology of lead manganese and their complexes in mammals/R.V. Singh and A. Chaudhary. 5. Effect of zinc cadmium and zinc smelter effluent on metamorphosis of frog Limnonectes limnocharis/M.S. Sharma N. Chishty F. Liyaquat and D. Barber. 6. General and reproductive toxicity of cadmium an overview/A.S. Ansari and N.K. Lohiya. II. Pesticides and chemical toxicants 7. Vitamin C prevents bisphenol a induced reactive oxygen species generation in the testis of rat/K.C. Chitra and P.P. Mathur. 8. Testicular toxicity of some chemical agents/Shio Kumar Singh. 9. Induction of gonadal toxicity to femal mice after chronic exposure to dimethoate/M.P. Mahadevaswami and B.B. Kaliwal. 10. Interruption of pregnancy by a carbamate pesticide carbofuran in Albino Mice/P.N. Baligar and B.B. Kaliwal. 11. Assessment of male reproductive toxicity induced by organophosphate pesticides a review/S.C. Joshi R. Mathur A. Gajraj S. Jain N. Gulati R. Goyal P. Tibrewal B. Bansal and G.L. Bairwa. III. Environmental factors 12. Effect of environment disease and therapy on male reproductive function/Rima Dada and Kiran Kucheria. 13. Environmental factors impact on reproductive health/R.V. Bhatt. 14. Radiation response of testis and its modulation by antioxidants/A.L. Bhatia and K. Manda. IV. Plant products 15. Is it still possible to develop Gossypol as an ideal male contraceptive pill a review/M. Kumar S. Sharma and N.K. Lohiya. 16. Fertility regulation with plant products a review/P.K. Verma. A. Sharma T. Sharma V. Joshi M. Lowry N. Mathur and S.C. Joshi. 17. Oestrogenic potency of certain established dietary phytoestrogens in cell culture bio assay/J.C. Kalita D.K. Sharma and S.R. Milligan. 18. Inhibition of microbial reproduction by spilanthes acmella/D.K. Saraf. V. Reproductive health 19. Effect of depot medroxy progesterone acetate on the epididymis of Indian palm squirrel Funambulus Pennanti (Wroughton) histological and biochemical studies/M.S. Sastry and S.N. Gupta. 20. Birth control technologies for female current status/M. Kumar. 21. Male infertility more risks and challenges for ARTs/S. Mokkapati. 22. Influence of sildenafil citrate (Viagra) on Plasma profiles of male albino rat a hormonal and biochemical study/A.P. Manekar S.R. Kondulkar and P.P. Narse. Index. This book is a compilation of 22 chapters by distinguished scientists in the field of reproductive toxicology and reproductive health and offers a research oriented approach to reproductive toxicologists. The aim of the book is to put researchers engaged in different areas of research on a common platform so as to be benefited by the current state of knowledge in the field of reproductive toxicology. In order to review the explosion of scientific knowledge and progress made during recent years the contributions were intended to cover five relevant frontline areas that is heavy metals pesticides and chemical toxicants environmental factors plant products and reproductive health. In the field of heavy metals the topics on reproductive toxicity environmental and occupational hazards of mercury beryllium chromium lead manganese and their complexes zinc and cadmium have been included. In the field of pesticides and toxicants carbamate pesticides various pesticides bisphenol dimethoate chemical agents etc have been included. Besides these in other areas oestrogenic potency of some dietary phytoestrogen regulation of fertility by plant products gossypol male infertility birth control technologies for female male infertil. Bookseller Inventory # 59085

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