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B.N. Pandey,Kamal Jaiswal,R.K. Khatri,Sunil P. Trivedi

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2009)

ISBN 10: 8131305058 ISBN 13: 9788131305058

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. 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. Printed Pages: 170. Seller Inventory # 36164

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B.N. Pandey,Kamal Jaiswal,R.K. Khatri,Sunil P. Trivedi

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. 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. Printed Pages: 170. Seller Inventory # 36164

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

Published by APH, New Delhi (2009)

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,Kamal Jaiswal,R.K. Khatri,Sunil P. Trivedi

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. 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. Printed Pages: 170. Seller Inventory # 36164

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Pathak Manish Khatri N.K. Pathak V.N.

Published by Agrobios (India)

ISBN 10: 8177540629 ISBN 13: 9788177540628

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About this Item: Agrobios (India). Condition: New. pp. xviii + 322 Figures, Illus. Seller Inventory # 7799087

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Edited by B.B.S. Kapoor and N.K. Khatri

Published by Madhu (2004)

ISBN 10: 8186644075 ISBN 13: 9788186644072

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About this Item: Madhu, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. General management of plant diseases: 1. Integrated disease management/B.B.S. Kapoor, K.K. Singh and N.K. Khatri. 2. Use of neem based products in management of plant diseases/N.K. Khatri and B.B.S. Kapoor. 3. Management of soil-borne diseases in Rajasthan/Satish Lodha and B.S. Rathore. 4. Nematode disease management/Anil P. Mathur and R.K. Sharma. II. Disease management of cereals: 5. Breeding for nematode (Heterodera Avenae) resistance in barley/Indra Rajvanshi and G.L. Sharma. 6. Global warming and its impact on the production and productivity of pearl millet/V.K. Manga, L.K. Dubey and Arun Kumar. III. Disease management of legume crops: 7. Viral diseases of arid and semi-arid legume crops/R. Raj Bhansali. 8. Viral diseases of arid pulses (moth bean and mung bean) and their management/Gajendra Singh Rathore. IV. Disease management of fruit and vegetable crops: 9. Recent approaches in managing the viral diseases of citrus/S.K. Thind, S.S. Cheema and J.K. Arora. 10. Diagnosis and management of fungal and bacterial diseases of citrus/S.N. Thind. 11. Diseases of date palm and their management/G.S. Rathore and N.K. Khatri. 12. Micropropagation of date palm through repetitive somatic embryogenesis (Rse) process/R. Raj Bhansali. 13. Disease management in onion crop/Kamlesh Mathur and S.N. Sharma. V. Disease management of some valuable crops: 14. Major diseases of arid crops and their control/N.L. Vyas. 15. Management of important diseases of rapeseed and mustard/S. Gangopadhyay. 16. Diseases of seed spices and their management/B.S. Rathore, Sunil Israel and Satish Lodha. 17. Major diseases and pests of cultivated mushrooms and their management/N.L. Vyas. "The management of plant diseases is an integral part of agro-ecosystem management and intimately related to the health and vigour of the plants. "In agricultural countries like India, it has special relevance, where much still needs to be done in the modernization of control measures against plant diseases. "This book has been divided into five sections, which include seventeen chapters related to disease management aspects of different crops like cereals, legumes, fruits, vegetables, oilseeds, spices, sugarcane, mushrooms etc. "The contents of the book provide an up-to-date, comprehensive and integrated research perspective to the management of plant diseases. "The contributors to this volume are outstanding in their respective fields and seriously devoted to scientific investigation.". Seller Inventory # 49504

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V.N. Pathak, N.K. Khatri and Manish Pathak

Published by Agrobios (2012)

ISBN 10: 8177540629 ISBN 13: 9788177540628

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About this Item: Agrobios, 2012. Reprint. Contents 1 Introductory 2 History of phytopathology 3 Plant pathogens 4 Variation in plant pathogens 5 Pathogenicity infection and disease development 6 Plant pathogen in offence 7 Host plant in defence 8 Genetical aspects of host pathogen interaction 9 Physiological cellular and molecular changes in diseased plants 10 Environment and nutrition in relation to disease development 11 Epidemiology 12 Postharvest diseases of fruits and vegetables 13 Principles and methods of plant disease control 14 Biotechnology in relation to plant pathology 15 Plant diseases caused by fungi 16 Plant diseases caused by bacteria 17 Plant diseases caused by viruses 18 Plant diseases caused by mycoplasma like organisms 19 Plant diseases caused by phanerogamic parasites 20 Plant disease caused by nematodes 21 Non-parasitic diseases 22 Glossary 322 pp. Seller Inventory # 100000

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