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Makhana

R.K. Mishra Vidyanath Jha Pvdehadrai

/ ISBN 13: 9798171640033
Published by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 2003
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Contents A Section I Distribution 1 Past and present distributional records of Makhana and future prospects of its cultivation in West BengalSubir Kr Ghosh and 5 C Santra 2 Distribution and uses of Makhana in ManipurP Kumar Singh 3 Makhana Euryale ferox Salisb in OrissaH S Das and S N Patnaik 4 Makhana Euryale ferox Salisba living fossil species of Kashmir lakesM R D Kundangar and S G Sarwar 5 Makhana Euryale ferox Salisb in BangladeshM S Khan and Mahbuba Halim B Section II Biology And Ecology 6 Ecology of Euryale ferox Salisb in flood plain wetlands of AssamM M Goswami 7 Biology and habitat ecology of Euryale ferox SalisbA K Laal and J S Duttamunshi 8 Ecology of Euryale ferox Salisb in JapanYasuro Kadono and Edward L Schneider 9 Comparative ecology of Euryale ferox Salisb in north Bihar pondsE N Siddiqui J K Singh and S S Ahmad 10 Euryale ferox Salisb Causes of Decline in KashmirJ K Handoo C Section III Soil - Water Chemistry 11 Soil - water chemistry of Makhana Euryale ferox Salisb cultivationSatya Nr Jha and Ramesh N R Dutta D Section IV Fish-Makhana Integrated Cultivation 12 Scope of integration of Makhana with fish cultureSyed Hasib Ahmad and Arun Kr Singh 13 Integrated fish farming with Makhana cultivationP V Dehadrai E Section V Economics 14 Problems and prospects of Makhana cultivation in Kosi division of BiharAnand Mohan Verma 15 Economic analysis of production and marketing of Makhana in BiharJ N Choudhary Om Prakash Prafulla Kr Jha and Onkar N Jha F Section VI Pests And Control 16 Associations of insects and gastropods on Makhana with reference to pests and their controlR K Mishra V Jha and B P Jha 17 Strorage insects and fungi attacking raw and popped seeds of Euryale ferox Salisb and their controlR K Mishra V Jha S K Singh and R Kumar 18 Infestation of Elophila crisonalis Walker larvae on Makhana leaves and trials on its controlS R Banerji 19 Fungal leaf blight and nematode diseases of gorgon nul Euryale ferox and their managementM G Haidar and Asharfi Mahto 20 Leaf and floral hypertrophy of Makhana caused by Doassansiopsisi euryaleae sp novR A B Verma V Jha and Santha Devi 21 Ultrastructural studies of Euryale ferox leaf infected by Alternaria alternataA K Dwivedi Rita Shekhar and S C Sharma G Section VII Toxins And Toxic Residues 22 Aflatoxins in Makhana and their carryover to manShishir K Verma and Samir K Verma 23 Residual organochlorine pesticides in Makhana samples collected from north BiharA N Jha V Jha J Jha and E N Siddiqui 24 Mycotoxin problem in Makhana and its possible controlK K Sinha and Sanjib Kumar 25 Toxic metal contamination of Makhana seeds from north Bihar IndiaU N Rai V Jha R D Tripathi P Vajpayee A Mahto and M Gupta H Section VIII Post-Harvest Technology 26 Post-harvest technology of gorgon nutS N Jha and Suresh Prasad I Section IX New Areas 27 Propagating Makhana Euryale ferox Salisb cultivation with pisciculture in eastern Uttar PradeshM P Srivastav 28 Prospects of Makhana cultivation in central Uttar PradeshSuresh Singh A K Goel and S C Sharma J Section X Nutritional And Medicinal Properties 29 Nutritional and medicinal properties of Euryale ferox SalisbV Jha and G K Barat K Section XI Ethnobiology Contrivances And Uses 30 Indigenous contrivances utilized in Makhana cultivation in north and north-eastern IndiaVidyanath Jha A M Verma and Arvinda Kr Jha 31 Chien - Shi Useful aquatic weed of the Peoples Republic of ChinaSyed Hasib Ahmad Miao Weimin and Arun Kumar Singh 32 Subject IndexMakhana the wonder pop from aquatic resources is known as Euryale ferox Salisbury There are evidences about its wide-spread distribution in Europe and Asia encompassing the temperate and substropical regions Their occurrence in the northern Europe is documented in several fossil records However as the most versatile living fossil among fruits presently it occurs in wild form in China Japan and Russia By far India is the only country where makhana is being cultivated particularly in north Bihar and lower Assam Ec. Bookseller Inventory # 93065

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Title: Makhana

Publisher: Indian Council of Agricultural Research

Publication Date: 2003

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