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Kaul, Bansi Lal ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (1999)

ISBN 10: 8170352053 ISBN 13: 9788170352051

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

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Kumar, Arvind ed

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ISBN 10: 8170353858 ISBN 13: 9788170353850

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

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Sakhare, Vishwas B ed

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ISBN 10: 8170355591 ISBN 13: 9788170355595

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2008. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xvi+143p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The Present book is Compendium of recent original research in the field of aquatic ecology. It is an assemblage of up to date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a unique compilation of 20 chapters which discusses exhaustive studies on planktonlogy, physico- chemical environment, fisheries, toxicology, physisology etc. with its application oriented and interdisciplinary approach, the book would be immensely useful to students, teachers, researchers, scientists, policy makers, environmental lawyers and other interested in aquatic ecology. The chapters in the book have been contributed by eminent scientists/ academicians active in the areas of aquatic ecology. Contents Chapter 1: Biochemical Composition of Wild Copepods, Acartia erythraea Giesbrecht and Oithona brevicormis Giesbrecht from Coleroon Coastal Waters, Southeast Coast of India by M Rajkumar, K P Kumaraguru Vasagam and P P Perumal; Chapter 2: Studies on the Toxic Effects of Arsenic on Glucose Content in Freshwater Fish, Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by K Pazhanisany Chapter 3: Microbiall Resources of the Mangrove and Vellar Estuary, Southeast Coast of India by Surajit Das, P S Lyla and S Ajmal Khan; Chapter 4: A Study on the physico-chemical Characteristcs of Water in vallur village of Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu , India by M Sangeetha, P Lakshmi Devi, P Indunath, J Jayanthi and M G Ragunathan; Chapter 5: Zooplankton Diversity of Goutami Godavari Estuary, Yanam, Pondicherry (U T) by K Sree Latha and S Rajalakshmi; Chapter 6: Research on Bioactive Compounds Producing Marine Actinobacteria by K Sivakumar, Maloy kumar Sahu, J Rajkumar, T Thangardjou and L Kanna; Chapter 7: Physico- chemical Factors of the Waters of Vattambakkam Lake in kanchipuram District, tamil Nadu, India by R Eswaralakshmi, J Jayanthi and M G Ragunathan; Chapter 8:Water Quality Inex (WQI) of Shetty Lake and Hadhinary Lake of Mysore District, Karnataka, India by B M Sudeep, S Srikantswamy and S P Hosmani; Chapter 9: Preliminary Observations on Physico-chemical Characteristics of water and soil of Domestic Sewage water and It s Suitability for Aquaculture by S S Dhane, S J Meshram and P E Shinagre; Chapter 10: Assessment of Microbial Load Along with Limnological Analysis in Flood Affected areas of Thar Desert of Rajasthan, India by Mamta Rawat, Sumit Dookia and G R Jakher; Chapter 11: Diversity of Fish Fauna in Nagathibelagulu pond, Shimoga, Karnataka by H M Ashashree, M Venkateshwarlu and H M Renuka Swamy ; Chapter12: Culture potential of clams Along the coast of India ; Milind M Girkar, Sachin B Satam and Prakash Shingare ; Chapter 13: Vibriosis and Parasitic Isopod Infections in the Black Fin Sea Catfish, Arius jella by M. Rajkumar, R. Thavasi,J.P Trilles, and p.perrumal; Chapter 14: Assessment of Polyculture Trial of Giant Freshwater prawn (m. rosenbergii); with O. mossambicus (Tilapia) and Carps in the Ponds of Aquafarmer by P E Shingare, G A shirgur and V B mehta; Chapter 15: Role of women in Aquaculture by K.sree Latha; Chapter 16 : Polyculture Trials of Lates Calcarifer (Jitada) with o. mossambicus (Tilapia) and carps in the station pond and in private Aquafarmer by P E shingare, G A Shirgur and V B Mehta; Chapter 17: Seasonal Variations in the Haematological Parameters of Three Species of the Genus Channa from Khandalal Reservoir, Dist. Osmandabad (MS) by K R Reddy, M G Babare and M V Mote ; Chapater 18: The Saline Soil Resources of Maharashtra and its Suitability for Aquaculture by S S Dhane,P E Shingare and S J Meshram; Chapter 19: Effect of Water Probiotic on Water Quality and Growth Catla Seed in Rain Fed Ponds by P E Shinagare, S J Meshram and S S Dhane; Chapter 20:Biolohy of Anostracan Zooplankton by S P Chavan and M S Kadam. Bookseller Inventory # 021941

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Channa, S. M. Ed.

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Channa, S. M. Ed.

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Ed. Channa, S. M.

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Kumar, Arvind ed

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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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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xxii+259p., 12 col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, Advances in Fish and Wildlife Ecology and Biology Volume IV, comprise of three sections. Section I deals with Fish and Limnology. There is a paper on reproductive aggression and territorial disputes between male Red Hybrid Tilapia, a paper on fecundity of Schizothorax, a paper on histochemical localization of DNA in GI Tract and liver of Nemacheilus, Testicular development of a male amazonian Red Discus, a paper on icthyofauna of Periyer river, two papers on new species of acanthocephalan parasites from two fish, there are also two papers on seasonal variations of zooplankton and phytoplankton from two varied water bodies, a paper on plankton studies of a rice field, a paper on limnology of famous Wullar lake and a review paper on sewage utilization for agriculture and pisciculture. Section II deals with Wildlife. One of the papers is on the reproductive biology of Little Bittern-a migratory bird from Kashmir. Another papers deals with large mammals from the Peppara wildlife sanctuary in Kerala. There is a paper on wetland management of waterfowl in Kashmir. Another paper deals with effects of sublethal administration of orthene and diazinon in rat. There is also a paper on ovular atresia in wall lizard. A paper on issues in patenting of life forms has been included in this section in view of the recent conflicts created over the ownership of biological resources between different countries. A paper in bio-ecology of Rhesus Monkey and a note on pygoferal spines in genus Extianus also find a place in this section. Since this volume is dedicated to Prof M K Raina a noted parasitologist, section III on helminth parasites of man and domestic animals has been included, to felicitate him. Contents Section I: Fish and Limnology; Chapter 1: Reproductive Aggression and the Dynamics of Territorial Disputes Between Males of Red Hybrid Tilapia (Osteichthyes: Cichlidae) by S Chellapa, A P T Medeiros and N T Chellapa; Chapter 2: Fecundity of Schizothorax esocinus (Heckel) by B L Kaul; Chapter 3: Histochemical Localization of DNA in the Gastrointestinal Tract and Liver of Nemacheilus kahsmirensis by Ashok Channa and N A Lone; Chapter 4: Testicular Development of Male Amazonian Red Discus, Symphysodon discus Heckel (Perciformes: Cichlidae) by S Chellapa, M R Camara and N T Chellapa; Chapter 5: Ichthyofauna of Periyar River (South India) with Special Reference to Distribution of Hill Stream, Endemic and Endangered Species by K Raju Thomas, M John George, C R Ajithkumar and C R Biju; Chapter 6: On Genus Hebesoma Van Cleave, 1928: A New Species H guptai from the Indian Major Carp Labeo rohita by P L Koul and M K Raina; Chapter 7: On Genus Neoechinorhynchus, Hamann, 1892 and a New Species N ladakhensis from a Trans-Himalayan Fish Ptychobarbus by P L Kourl and M K Raina; Chapter 8: Seasonal Variations of Zooplankton from a Drinking Water Reservoir (Valle de Bravo) in Mexico by S Nandini, S S S Sarma and Pedro Ramerez-Garcia; Chapter 9: Seasonal Variations in the Fish Food Organisms (Phytoplankton) from High Altitude Lentic Water Bodies of Bhaderwah (J&K State) by Neeraj Kumar; Chapter 10: Conservation and Management of Ecologically Degraded Wular Lake by Ulfat Jan, G Mustafa Shah and Bashir A Mir; Chapter 11: Sewage Utilization in Agriculture and Pisciculture: An Overview by A K Verma and Surinder Sharma; Chapter 12: Plankton Ecology of a Paddy Field at Maralia Morh, Miran Sahib, Jammu by S P S Dutta, S Kour and M Khajuria; Section II: Wildlife; Chapter 13: A Study of Reproductive Biology of Little Bittern, lxobrychus minutus minutus (Linnaeus) in Kashmir by G Mustafa Shah, Ulfat Jan, M F Fazili and M K Raina; Chapter 14: Large Mammals in the Southern-Western Ghats: A Case Study from the Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala by E A Jayson and G Christopher; Chapter 15: Management of Wetlands of Kashmir for Waterfowl Populations by G Mustafa Shah , Ulfat Jan and Fayaz Ahmad Ahanger; Chapter 16: Ef. Bookseller Inventory # 021759

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Kumar, Arvind ed

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170354137 ISBN 13: 9788170354130

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xi+362p., figs., tabls., bib., ind., 25 cm, The real wealth of a nation is its people. The purpose of development is to creat an enabling environment for people to enjoy long, health and creative lives. Wise management of natural resources and protection of the global environment are essential to achieve sustainable development. World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that as much as 23% of the global burden of disease is associated with the environmental crisis. Every year nearly 3 million people die from air pollution and more than 5 million die from diarrhea caused by water pollution. Environmental change is an inevitable consequence of economic development and people?s desire to improve their quality life. But, it is observed that the environmental crisis does not only degrade human health by exposing the people to harmful polluting agents but also pose a great threat to the nature. To solve this trenchant problem, most recent research articles of eminent environmental scientists of India have been compiled to develop certain management strategies. The present book will be helpful for students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for policy makers in achieving the goal of green revolution. Contents Chapter 1: Vegetation Ecology Crisis of Macrophytes of Udhuwa Lake, Rajmahal (Jharkhand) by Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra; Chapter 2: Environmental and Ecological Impact of Genetically Modified Organisms by I Sundar; Chapter 3: Influence of Thermal Stratification on Dissolved Oxygen in Subhash Sarobar, Kolkata by N R Samal, D Roy, A Mazumdar and B Bose; Chapter 4: Dust Accumulation Studies at Hyderabad by Nirmala Babu Rao, I Sobha Rani and Amena; Chapter 5: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 6: Changes in Sodium and Potassium Ratio in Pressmud with Influence of Earthworm Eisenia foetida (Savigny) by Pramod Kumar and Shweta; Chapter 7: Status and Assessment of Noise Pollution Level at Rewa Town by Bhupesh Kumar Mishra; Chapter 8: Age-related Changes in Biochemical Parameters in Long Bones of Indian Toad, Bufo melanostictus by B N Andia and H N Behera; Chapter 9: Distribution of Salmonella Antibodies in the Sera of Normal Individuals in Vivekanandha Hospital, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu by S Rajalakshmi, N Kavitha and S Uma; Chapter 10: Antimicrobial Activity of Premna tomentosa Willd to Chosen Pathogenic Bacteria by J Martrtin Rathi and S Gopalakrishnan; Chapter 11: Effect of Polyvinyl Pyrrolidone and Dimethyl Sulphoxide on Ethyl Cellulose Transdermal Patches of Verapamil Hydrochloride by S K Sahoo, S Chatterjee, D Sahu, S K Mishra and B B Barik; Chapter 12: Effect of Scrotal Heating on the Reproductive Organs of the Laboratory Rat, Rattus norwegicus by W Vidyarani; Chapter 13: Magnesium in Scalp Hair and Fingernails in Relation to Different Parameters by Rita Methra and Meenu Juneja; Chapter 14: Heavy Metal Pollution in River Tunga, Bhadra and Tungabhadra at Kudali Near Shimoga, Karnataka by G Suresha, K Ramadas and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 15: Chemical Impact on the Histological Studies on the Thyroid in the Freshwater Fish Channa orientalis (Sch) by S V Deshmukh and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 16: Thrombocytopenic Effect of Buprenorphine in Mice by Dhriti Banerjee and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar; Chapter 17: Environmental Induced Changes in the Biomodal Gas Exchange and Haematology of Facultative Air-breathing Fish, Mystus punctatus (Jerdon) by R Devika, G M Natarajan, N Parthi, P Esther Joice, P Palanisamy, N Bhuvaneshwari, G Sasikala and S Binu Kumari; Chapter 18: Investigation of Drinking Water Quality of Basavanhole Tank with Reference to Physico-chemical Characteristics by J Narayana, R Purushothama, B R Kiran, K P Ravindra Kumar and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 19: Histological Alterations in Tadpoles of Bufo Melanostictus, Exposed to a Sublethal Concentration of. Bookseller Inventory # 021704

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Bansi Lal Kaul

Published by Daya, Delhi (1999)

ISBN 10: 8170352053 ISBN 13: 9788170352051

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 1999. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Fish and limnology 1. Role of thyroid gland in the regulation of metabolic rate in fishes with special reference to Indian teleosts/B.N. Pandey. 2. Alcohol dehydrogenase isozyme expression in the air breathing fish Clarias batrachus and Heteropneustes fossilis of North Eastern India/Alka Prakash and Sant Prakash. 3. The ecological role of algal weeds charophytes in particular in fisheries waters/Usha Moza. 4. Importance of fish food organisms (live food) in aquaculture practice/Seema Langer K. Gupta and R. Gandotra. 5. Morphological studies of alimentary canal of fishes of lake Mansar/Arun K. Gupta Seema Langer and S.C. Gupta. 6. Transgenic fish production and improvement of fish resources/Anil K. Verma and B.L. Kaul. 7. Sewage fed fisheries a biotechnological application/Y.R. Malhotra Seema Langer and S. Raina. 8. The histopathology of Pallisentis jagani and Pomphorhynchus bulbocolli infection in Channa striatus and Schizothorax sinuatus/P.L. Kaul and M.K. Raina. 9. Female reproductive system of Pallisentis jagani/P.L. Kaul M.K. Raina and Usha Zutshi. 10. Bacterial microflora their distribution and relationship with fish and its environment a review/J.P. Sharma and V.K. Gupta. 11. A comparison of the feeding rates of Streptocephalus torvicornis and Chirocephalus diaphanus (Crustacea Anostraca) on rotifers/S.S.S. Sarma and K.R. Dierckens. 12. Population growth of Brachionus calyciflorus Pallas (Rotifera) in relation to algal (Dictyosphaerium chlorelloides) density/S.S.S. Sarma E.D. Fiogbe and P. Kestemont. 13. Ecological crisis in lake Mansar Jammu J & K State/B.L. Kaul and Anil K. Verma. 14. Zooplankton composition abundance and dynamics in a lentic habitat (Kalika pond Dhar M.P.)/R.K. Dave M.M. Prakash and N.K. Dhakad. 15. Impact of nutrient influx on water quality trends of a Vindhyan lake/S. Pani and A. Wanganeo. 16. Seasonal variations in biochemical composition of muscle during the annual ovarian cycle of female Channa gachua (Ham.)/K. Gupta Sujata Raina R. Gandotra and S. Langer. 17. Effect of dietary testosterone propionate (TP) on the growth of common carp Cyprinus carpio L./Y.R. Malhotra R. Gandotra and K. Gupta. II. Wildlife 18. The common barn owl Tyto alba stertens Hartert 1929 an effective bio control agent of rodent pests/P. Neelanarayanan R. Nagarajan and P. Kanakasabi. 19. Morphology of the male reproductive organs in the Indian saw back turtle Kachuga tecta and brown roofed turtle Kachuga smithii from J & K State/Anil K. Verma D.N. Sahi and P.L. Duda. 20. Preliminary observations on the ecology of the freshwater soft shell turtles (family Trionycchidae) of J & K State/D.N. Sahi P.L. Duda and Anil K. Verma. 21. Impact of anthropogenic activities on the aquatic birds population at Bahadur Sagar (Jhabua M.P.)/M.M. Prakash and D. Shinde. 22. A new species of Loxogenes (Digenia Lecithodendriidae) from Rana Cyanophlylctis in Jammu/P.L. Duda B.R. Pandoh and A.K. Verma. 23. Ecological notes on the freshwater hard shelled turtles (family emydidae) of Jammu and Kashmir State India/P.L. Duda Anil K. Verma and D.N. Sahi. 24. Notes on the habitat ecology and barriers to dispersal of some gastropod molluscs of J & K State/P.L. Duda Anil K. Verma and P.S. Pathania. 25. Reprotechnology in wildlife conservation/R.K. Sharma and Manju Sharma. 26. Seasonal variations in ovarian weight and the gonadosomatic index in the wall lizard Hemidactylus Flaviviridis Rupell (Sauria Gekkonidae) in Jammu/Bhavna Abrol Deep N. Sahi P.L. Duda and Anil K. Verma. 27. Impact of tourism and development on biodiversity in Patnitop (J & K state)/A.K. Parimoo and B.L. Kaul. 28. The Guindy National Park its history and physiogeography/R.K. Menon. Index. Advances in Fish and Wildlife Ecology and Biology Vol. II is a compendium of original research papers written by scholars in these fields. Articles in the first section include those on physiology metabolism fish food organisms alimentary canal and on quality of water inhabited by f. Bookseller Inventory # 52111

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S.M. Channa (ed)

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ISBN 10: 8177550381 ISBN 13: 9788177550382

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Item Description: Cosmo. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I. Basic Elements of Tribal Religion: Introduction. 1. Animism/E.B. Tylor. 2. Fetishism/E.B. Tylor. 3. Sacrifice/E.B. Tylor. 4. The supreme being/Geoffrey Parrinder. 5. Mana/H. Ian Hogbin. 6. The significance of head-hunting in Assam/J.H. Hutton. 7. The sun dance of the Hekandika shoshone/E. Adamson Hoebel. 8. The vision in plains culture/Ruth Fulton Benedict. 9. Leopard-men in the Naga Hills/J.H. Hutton. 10. The evil eye belief among the Amhara of Ethiopia/Ronald A. Reminick. 11. The ghost cult in Bunyoro/J.H.M. Beattie. 12. Nats/Melford G. Spiro. Vol. II. Symbolism in Tribal Religion: 1. Symbolism in the higher rites/W.E.H. Stanner. 2. Magic: colour symbolism/Wilfrid Bonser. 3. African symbolism/ Edwin W. Smith. 4. Decorative symbolism of the Araphao/A.L. Kroeber. 5. Nyakyusa ritual and symbolism/Monica Wilson. 6. Spatial concepts of the Ainu of the northwest coast of Southern Sakhalin/Emiko Ohmuki-Tierney. 7. The stranger as God: the place of the outsider in Japanese folk religion/ Teigo Yosida. 8. Themes in symbolism of Ndembu hunting ritual/Victor Turnel. 9. Spear symbolism in nuerland/E.E. Evas-Pritchard. Vol. III. Witchcraft and Sorcery in Tribal Societies: 1. Magic and religion/William J. Goode. 2. Witchcraft in four African societies: an essay in comparison/ S.F. Nadel. 3. Witches of Normanby island/Geza Roheim. 4. Why witches? Some comments on the explanation of "Illusions" in anthropology/John W. Burton. 5. Sorcery and administration/H. Ian Hogbin. 6. Witchcraft event staging in rural Tlaxcala: a study in inferred deception/John M. Roberts. Bookseller Inventory # 14691

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