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Jaiswal, Kamal Kumar

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About this Item: 2014. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. International Edition. Book Condition: BRAND NEW. International/Eastern Economy Edition, Paperback/Softcover with SAME TITLE, AUTHOR AND EDITION as listed. ISBN and Cover design differs. **100% IDENTICAL CONTENTS as U.S Edition**. Standard Delivery within 7-14 business days ACROSS THE GLOBE. We can ship to PO Box, APO address in US. International Edition Textbooks may bear a label (Not for sale in the U.S. or Canada) or (For sale in Asia only) or similar restrictions- printed only to discourage students from obtaining an affordable copy. US Court has asserted your right to buy and use International edition. Access code/CD may not provided with these editions. We may ship the books from MULTIPLE WAREHOUSES ACROSS THE GLOBE including Asia depending upon the availability of inventory. Printed in English. Customer satisfaction guaranteed. Seller Inventory # ABECA5263-U

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Kamal Jaiswal; Sunit P Trivedi; B N Pandey and R K Khatri

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ISBN 10: 8131305058 ISBN 13: 9788131305058

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Joint scoring technique for screening of genotypes at nursery stage. 2. Distribution pattern of different phylloplane microflora on M5 mulberry. 3. Chawki mulberry garden a tool for successful commercial silkworm rearing. 4. Development of new improved mulberry genotypes for Gangetic alluvial soils under irrigated conditions of West Bengal. 5. Growth and yield parameters of two mulberry varieties K 2 and V 1 infested with root knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid and white) Chitwood. 6. Effect of bio inoculants on fresh leaf yield and quality parameters of M5 mulberry variety under rainfed condition. 7. Preliminary screening of mulberry (Morus sp.) genotypes with special reference to rooting traits. 8. Influence of different mulches on physical and chemical properties of soil and leaf yield of M5 mulberry variety under rainfed conditions. 9. Evaluation of mulberry genotypes under alkali soils through bio assay studies. 10. Evaluation of leaf quality of trained and untrained mulberry trees under different input and management regimes for healthy cocoon production in North India. 11. Effect of pruning on leaf yield of Terminalia arjuna and Terminalia tomentosa for Chawki rearing of Tasar silkworm. 12. Bioassay studies of seven mulberry genotypes growing as trees under temperate climatic conditions of Kashmir. 13. Bioassay of elite mulberry genetic resources. 14. Influence of bio inoculants on growth parameters of M5 mulberry under rainfed conditions. 15. Use of green manuring crops as inter crops in mulberry for sustainable sericulture development. 16. Boron a potential micronutrient for seed crop mulberry cultivation in micronutrient deficient soil. 17. Screening of mulberry (Morus spp.) germplasm resources for resistance to powdery mildew. 18. Evaluation of mulberry varieties for resistance/tolerance to root knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita (Chitwood). 19. Incidence of powdery mildew disease in agro climatic conditions of Lucknow Uttar Pradesh. Sustained and good quality silk production largely depends on the type and race of the food plant which is ultimately reflected in quality of cocoons. In recent decades extensive studies have been conducted to produce quality cocoons by exogenous administration of biologically active substances growth promoters and feed supplements. Notable parameters of cocoons which determine the quality of raw silk include shell weight silk ratio silk weight waste weight filament weight reliability percentage denier and renditta etc. Innovative techniques based on biotechnological methods and genetic engineering have further equipped seri biologists to improve the quality of cocoons and ultimately the silk. Present book deals with in depth studies related to mulberry genetic resources development of improved mulberry genotypes growth and yield parameters of different varieties of mulberry effects of bio inoculants green manuring and FYM on fresh leaf yield of mulberry and influence of soil quality on mulberry yield etc. One of the chapters Chawaki mulberry garden provides an interesting account of successful commercial silkworm rearing. The present book entitled Moriculture has been painted on a large canvas with broad strokes comprising 19 chapters by experts and researchers delved in their respective fields covering the subject area. 156 pp. Seller Inventory # 73227

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B N Pandey; Sunil P Trivedi; Kamal Jaiswal and Yogesh K Sharma

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ISBN 10: 8176259217 ISBN 13: 9788176259217

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Prostate cancer chemoprevention by silibinin involves down regulation of receptor tyrosine kinase signaling/Rana P. Singh and Rajesh Agarwal. 2. Influence of the random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers in fish research/Atindra Kumar Pandey N.S. Nagpure and Sunil P. Trivedi. 3. Role of bioinformatics in drug design and development/Suchit Swaroop Kamal Jaiswal and Priti Saxena. 4. Analyzing the stream water quality in a multiple reach river basin through computational software/Brajesh Mishra Durgesh Pratap. N.B. Singh Pankaj Yadav and Nand Baba Ojha. 5. A mathematical model describing the relationship between human and green environment/Akhilesh Tripathi. 6. The friend the foe and the factotum in biotechnology a bird's eye view/Farha Khan Kamal Jaiswal and M.Y. Khan. 7. Parasitic enzymes as potential targets for antiparasitic drug development/J.K. Saxena. 8. Impact of new technologies on silkworm rearing at farmers level under REC Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh/R.K. Dhingra Awadhesh Kumar H.C. Mani P.N. Mishra M.M. Bhatt and M.A. Khan. 9. Existence of multifactorial regulatory mechanism of cortisol secretion in some non mammalian vertebrates/Shamshun Nehar. 10. Ethno medicinal flora and their uses in Almora district of Kumaon Himalaya Uttarakhand/Vijay Sharma and B.D. Joshi. 11. Mulberry tree production technology/B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan. 12. Environmetric modeling and river water quality of little Gandak river Deoria district The Ganga plain India/Vikram Bhardwaj Dhruv Sen Singh and Amit Awasthi. 13. Diversity of medicinal plants used to cure diabetes and cardiovascular problems in Bhadravathi taluk Karnataka/B.R. Kiran Pancheshwara K. Harishbabu and E.T. Puttaiah. 14. A preliminary survey of Kala Azar and its vector in India with special reference to Bihar/Geeta Maheshwari and Girish Maheshwari. 15. A simple plankton model based on pond ecosystem/Rajesh Sharma Usha Rancholi and Prahlad Dube. 16. Role of horticultural plants in the amelioration of the environment/Deepa H. Dwivedi Vigya Mishra and Shailendra K. Dwivedi. 17. Removal of fluoride from water using bio adsorption technique/Nand Baba Ojha Durgesh Pratap Pankaj Yadav N.B. Singh and Brajesh Mishra. 18. Scientific approach and technology in identification and detection of virus in mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori L./Anil K. Sharma R.K. Khatri V.P. Sharma Babulal and M.K. Tripathi. 19. Bioremediation the natural scavenging/Shailesh Kumar Mishra and Veer Pratap. 20. Plant based bioremediation and removal of heavy metals for sustainable development and its future approach/Yogesh K. Sharma. Index. The present book entitled Bioinformatics Biotechnology and Bio Remediation comprises 20 research papers/ articles pertaining to the same discipline. This book is basically a part of the proceedings of the 18th All India Congress of Zoology and National Seminar on Current Issues on Applied Zoology and Environmental Sciences with Special Reference to Eco restoration and Management of Bio resources (SCIAZE) held at the University of Lucknow Lucknow from 7th 9th December 2007. The articles and research papers contained in the book have been contributed by well known experts and researchers in their respective fields. Overwhelming response of the contributors is well reflected in the book in the form of wide coverage area. This book will be of immense use for the students teachers and researchers of this field and it can also be used as a standard reference book. 246 pp. Seller Inventory # 74416

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Sunil P Trivedi; Kamal Jaiswal; B N Pandey and P N Pandey

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About this Item: Alfa Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Indian sericulture past present and future/K.R. Sharma R.D. Singh Rajeev Kumar R.K. Sinha and A.K. Barua. 2. Seri bio diversity and strategies of its conservation in India/S.B. Dandin. 3. Eri silk wonders of nature potentials constraints challenges and future strategies in new millennium/Vijay Prakash Sharma R.K. Khatri A.K. Sharma Babulal and K. Jaiswal. 4. Prospects of sericulture in Uttarakhand/Jagdish Singh R.K. Khatri and Balulal Lal. 5. Status prospects and problems of sericulture in Eastern and North Eastern States of India/A.K. Bajpai. 6. Biodiversity of Muga and Eri Silkworms and its economic significance in North East India/P.K. Das A. Bhattacharya B. Choudhury and B.K. Singh. 7. Prospects of using organic resources for sustainable sericulture/R.N. Bhaskar and Waktole Sori. 8. Reeling and cocoon filament characters of new silkworm hybrids under sub tropics of Jammu/S.K. Raina Mir Nissar and Surinder Bhat. 9. New dimensions in Bivoltine Silkworm seed production in North India/R.K. Khatri Babulal A.K. Sharma and V.P. Sharma. 10. Role of extension in the development of sericulture/M. Aslam and M.A. Khan. 11. Rearing of the Bombyx mori Silkworm on artificial diet/Shashi Kanta R.K. Verma and Achint Verma. 12. Incidence of bacterial and viral diseases of silkworm Bombyx mori in Monsoon Season of Lucknow (U.P.)/K. Jaiswal R. Kumar and A. Srivastava. 13. Monitoring Pebrine disease of silkworm Bombyx mori L. Through systematic seasonal survey in tropics/Y.V. Ramanjaneyulu R.N. Dutta R.N. Singh Iswar S.S. Sindari and H.K. Basavaraja. 14. Studies on the effects of antibiotics on growth and mortality rate in silkworm/K. Jaiswal A. Srivastava and R. Kumar. 15. Prospects and problems of sericulture in Rajasthan state India/Prahlad Dube and Kavita Sharma. 16. Sex limited breeding A method to minimize commercial hybrid silkworm Bombyx mori L. Egg production cost /M.Z. Khan K. Mandal T.K. Biswas S.K. Das and A.K. Bajpai. 17. Constraints in multivoltine hybrid seed production and strategies for solution in Uttar Pradesh/Babulal R.K. Khatri A.K. Sharma and V.P. Sharma. 18. Development of new device for transportation of eggs of Bombyx mori L. (Lepidoptera Bombycidae)/M.Z. Khan K. Mandal and S.K. Das. 19. Conservation and utilization of silkworm genetic resources a novel approach/K. Mohan Rao K. Satyanarayana R.S. Teotia and S. Amarnath. 20. Integrated management of Uzi Fly Blepharipa zebina Walker (Diptera Tachinidae)/Ramkishore S.P. Sharma A.K. Debnath and N. Suryanarayana. 21. Present scenario of sericulture in Uttar Pradesh/Meera Verma Alka Tewari Deepak Kumar A.A. Siddiqui and M.N. Tripathi. Index. The present book entitled Indian Sericulture Past Present and Future comprises 21 research papers/articles pertaining to the same discipline. This book is basically a part of the proceedings of the 18 All India Congress of Zoology and National Seminar on Current issues on Applied Zoology and Environmental Sciences with special reference to Eco restoration and Management of Bioresources (SCIAZE) held at the University of Lucknow Lucknow from 7 to 9 December 2007. The articles and research papers contained in the book have been contributed by well known experts and researchers in their respective fields. Overwhelming response of the contributors is well reflected in the book in the form of wide coverage area. This book will be of immense use for the students teachers and researchers of this field and it may also be used as a standard reference book. 298 pp. Seller Inventory # 74780

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

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

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B N Pandey; Sunil P Trivedi; Kamal Jaiswal and Navneet Kaur Sethi

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Studies on adaptational winter pseudoanaemia in Indian fresh water teleosts/B.N. Pandey. 2. Panorama of wetlands rivers and fish diversity in North East India with a glimpse on fish health/Devashish Kar and Anjam Hussain Barbhuiya. 3. Effects of copper on gills of freshwater fish channa punctatus a histopathological study/Dharma Singh Kamlesh Nath Y.K. Sharma and S.P. Trivedi. 4. Scanning electron microscopy study of the respiratory organs of clarias batrachus/S.P. Jha and J.S. Datta Munshi. 5. More realistic R and D approaches to aquaculture development for India/Dilip Kumar and K Venkateshvaran. 6. Cytoarchitectonic atlas of olfactory system forebrain and pituitary gland of a clupeid teleost notopterus notopterus/I.N. Raut Y.V. Bhute and V.V. Baile. 7. Maturity breeding and other related studies of cirrhinus reba (Ham) of Ganga river system/S.C. Pathak. 8. Identification techniques for sex steroid hormones roach fish as a model/Pratap B. Singh Vandana Singh S.S. Srivastava and D.E. Kime. 9. Las induced Pathomorphological lesions in skin of fish heteopneustes fossilis/Abha Mishra Kamlesh K. Yadav Navneet K.Sethi Manoj Kumar and Sunil P. Trivedi. 10. Proteocephallidean review from fresh water fishes in Maharashtra India/B.V. Jadhav and Kamal Jaiswal. 11. Histopathological changes in intestine liver and kidney of the freshwater catfish clarias batrachus induced by experimental procamallanus Infection/ Shashi Ruhela A.K. Pandey and A.K. Khare. 12. Oxidative stress due to bioaccumulation of lead in cat fish clarias batrachus/Komal Verma and S.D. Belsare. 13. Comparative study of hormones used in induced breeding of Indian major carps/D.L. Sonawane and Y.K. Khillare. 14. Genetic diversity and fisheries management/M. Serajuddin. 15. Food preferences in natural habitats of anabas testudineus (Bloch)/Roohi Khatoon and Renuka Sharan. 16. Impact of industrial effluents on enzymes succinic and lactic dehydrogenase in few tissues of freshwater prawn macrobrachium lamerrei/Shipra Singh R.C. Gupta and Dhanajay Singh. 17. Occurrence of masenia hanumanthai sp. Nov. in a freshwater fish rita rita (Ham) from Varanasi India /Bhairavi Pandey and Hare Govind. 18. Limnological analysis of paunang lake during the year 2006/Nidhi Shrivastava. 19. On the ecological studies of freshwater bodies a review/ P. Dube and Seema Sharma. 20. Isolation and preventative treatments of epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS) in clarias garripenius (Burchell) by the extracts of pongamia pinnata/Abhijit Dutta. 21. Saftey assessment of pesticide sumithion in amphipnous cuchia/R.K. Tiwari R.K. Singh and Sonal Pandey. 22. Study on the growth of channa punctatus in flood prone area with particular reference to pila development/ Manoj Kumar Pandey and Naveen Kumar Ojha. Index. The present book entitled Fish and Fisheries comprises 22 research papers/articles pertaining to the same discipline. This book is basically a part of the proceeding of the Eighteenth All India Congress of Zoology and national Seminar on Current Issues on Applied Zoology and Environmental Sciences with special reference to eco restoration and management of bioresources (SCIAZE) held at the university of Lucknow Lucknow from seventh to ninth December 2007. The articles and research papers contained in the book have been contributed by well known experts and researchers in their respective fields. Overwhelming response of the contributors is well reflected in the book in the form of wide coverage area. This book will be of immense use for the students teachers and researchers of this field and it can also be used as a standard reference book. 302 pp. Seller Inventory # 74404

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Edited by Dilip Kumar, P.N. Pandey, Kamal Jaiswal, Sunil P. Trivedi and Md. Razauddin

Published by Narendra Publishing House (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380428278 ISBN 13: 9789380428277

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2011. Contents 1 Preface 1 Antheraea mylitta D Lepidoptera Saturiidae breeding practices in India before 21 centuryMZ Khan AK Saha and K Manda 2 Economic importance of bio-diversified insects affecting Mulberry leaf productionGhan Shyam Singh RK Khatri AK Sharma Babu Lal VP Sharma and Alok Gautam 3 Sericulture and silk industry present scenario opportunities and challengesJayaram H 4 Disease response of some elite mulberry genotypes under subtropical climatic regionManas Dev Maji Debojit Das Chinu Das Asish Ghosh and Arbinda Kumar Bajpai 5 Augmentation of tropical Tasar seed production through adopted seed rearing and its impacts on empowering tribals in ChattisgarhNK Bhatia MM Bhat and MA Khan 6 Ericulture a bio prospecting for supplementing livelihood environment and food security in rural and semi urban IndiaMonica Chaudhuri TK Biswas and AK Bajpai 7 Haemolymph biochemical constituents during course of Pupal diapause development in Daba Trivoltine Ecorace of Tropical Tasar Silkworm Antheraea mylitta DruryPK Mishra Dinesh Kumar Lily Jaiswal BMK Singh Jay Prakash Pandey Ashutosh Kumar SK Sharan and BC Prasad 8 Sericultural potentials under the radius of Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute Berhampore WBMS Khan AK Saha K Mandal NB Pal and AK Bajpai 9 Effect of soil application of micronutrients to Mulberry on the rearing performance of Bivoltine silkworm and the quality of cocoons in sub-tropical regionPC Bose and BB Bindroo 10 Effect of nitrogen phosphorus and potassium to mulberry on the rearing performance of bivoltine silkworm and the quality of cocoons in sub-tropical regionPC Bose and BB Bindroo 11 Ecoraces of Philosami ricini Donovan a new hope for Eri farmers of Wetern OrissaPurusottam Dash Priti Pragyan Roy and TV Rao 12 Diversity of Erisilkworm under Orisa climatological conditionR Sahu KV Shankar Rao and KC Brahma 13 Field Trial of Sericillin a new bed disinfectant on silkworm Bombyx Mori L under Eastern Ghat Highland Zone of OdishaKc Brahma R Sahu KV Shankar Rao and AK Bajpai 14 Role of trait selection for improving Daba Ecorace of Antheraea mylitta Drury during seed and commercial cropsR Manohar Reddy MK Sinha AK Srivastava Suresh Rai BMK Singh and BC Prasad 15 Haemolymph trehalose and fat body glycogen phosphorylase Inter relationship in silkworm Bombyx mori L Chronically exposed to flurideS Vidyunmala P Ramanjaneyulu S Smitha and A Vijaya Bhaskara Rao 16 Electron microscopic observation of five microsporidia infecting silkworm Bombyx moriLSK Gupta Z Hossain M Mohanan P Mitra K Mandal and AK Bajpai 17 Induction of sex limited yellow blood colour trait y in the popular multivoltine silkworm breed m12w for cost effective seed production in Eastern IndiaTK Biswas SK Das MZ Khan CR Sahu and AK Bajpai 18 Breeding practices of Bombyx mori L Lepidoptera Bombycidae at central sericultural research and training institute Berhampore WBMZ Khan AK Saha K Mandal and AK Bajpai 19 Farmers field school an effective extension tool for sustained sericulture prosperity in IndiaKR Maurya NK Bhatia H Chandra BBS Negi MM Bhat and MA KhanSilk the textile queen is one of the major commodities traded world wide India is one of the major contributors both in production and global silk trade Non mulberry silk and applied products are of outmost importance The muga silk of Assam is regarded as Pride of India on account of its fine texture durability tensile strength and amazing shimmering golden colour Tussar and Eri are two other prominent non mulberry silk varieties which have registered their eminence globallyThe demand for silk and allied products now registering new heights There is a wide gap between demand and supply of silk products No doubt with the aid of scientific and bio technological innovations much progress has been made in Indian sericulture But on the other hand silk industry is facing a host of challenges on account of diversification commercialization and economic viability India has ample scope for sericulture. Seller Inventory # 96933

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