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Anil Prakash and V.S. Mehrotra

Published by Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India (2005)

ISBN 10: 8172334109 ISBN 13: 9788172334109

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India, 2005. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 319. Seller Inventory # 019400

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Anil Prakash and V.S. Mehrotra

Published by Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India (2005)

ISBN 10: 8172334109 ISBN 13: 9788172334109

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Anil Prakash; V.S. Mehrotra

Published by Scientific Publishers,India (2005)

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Anil Prakash and V S Mehrotra

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8172334109 ISBN 13: 9788172334109

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Mycorrhizal diversity of Zambian ecosystems and the effect of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on tomato/R.G. Kapooria. 2. Occurrence of Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in polluted soils/P. Pavan Kumar K.M. Shailaja and S. Ram Reddy. 3. Occurrence and distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the rhizospheric soils of coastal vegetation of Goa/B.F. Rodrigues and V. Jaiswal. 4. Mycorrhizal dependency of two multipurpose tree species in coal mine soils/P. Srinivas G.L. Reddy M.S. Rao and S.M. Reddy. 5. Arbuscular mycorrhizal responsiveness of two rice varieties in nutrient deficient laterite soil/R. Saha J. Saha P.M. Bhattacharya D. Maiti and S. Chaudhuri. 6. Selection of efficient vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi for neem/D.A. Sumana and D.J. Bagyaraj. 7. Influence of pseudomonas and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal interaction on the growth of maize (Zea mays L.)/Shalpa Bhatt B.N. Johri and A.K. Sharma. 8. Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the establishment and growth of tissue culture plantlets of Banana and Alocasia/P. Sivaprakash S. Suneetha P.J. Joseph K.K. Sulochana and K. Rajmohan. 9. Impact of glomus fasciculatum and murate of potash on biomass yield and sucrose content of saccharum officinarum L/Kamal Prasad and R.S. Bilgrami. 10. Mycorrhizal technology to enhance growth and essential oil yield in Coriandrum sativum L./Rupam Kapoor and K.G. Mukerji. 11. A comparative study of different isolates of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza on growth nutrient uptake and biochemical constituents of pueraria phaseloides Benth/Kochuthresiamma Joseph R. Kothandaraman and Jacob Mathew. 12. Effect of inoculation of efficient vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus and P solubilizer on growth and nutrition of teak (Tectona grandis L.)/S.B. Gurumurthy M.N. Sreenivasa J.H. Kulkarni and B.S. Nadagoudar. 13. Growth improvement of Acacias by indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Rhizobium and phosphate solubilizing bacteria in non sterile field soil/K. Udaiyan and T. Muthukumar. 14. Response of Mungbean to Rhizobium and vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza inoculation at varying levels of phosphorus/Narendra Kumar and R. Chandra. 15. Exploring possibilities of enhancing native vam association for improvement of upland rice (Oryza sativa L.) under rainfed agroecosystem/D. Maiti M. Variar and J. Saha. 16. Arbuscular mycorrhizal association in medicinal plants of Western Ghats in Southern India/T. Muthukumar and K. Udaiyan. 17. Mycorrhizal status of nineteen species of bamboos in Kerala India/C. Mohanan and Manoj Sebastian. 18. Mycorrhizal dependency phosphorus utilization efficiency and relevance of mycorrhiza for Bamboo cultivation in laterite wasteland/P.M. Bhattacharya D. Misra J. Saha and S. Chaudhuri. 19. Interaction between organic manures and arbuscular mycorrhiza in cajanus root association in alluvial soil/Birendranath Panja and Subhendu Chaudhuri. 20. Effect of Vam inoculation on the growth of prosopis species in soils of arid zone/V. Mohan. 21. Influence of glomus mosseae on growth uptake of mineral nutrients and essential oil contents of menthol mint (Mentha arvensis L.)/Abdul Khaliq M.L. Gupta Sunil Kumar and K.K. Janardhanan. 22. Biocontrol of root knot disease by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus Mosseae/Javid Iqbal and Irshad Mahmood. 23. Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on foot rot of black pepper and rhizome rot of ginger under field conditions/P. Sivaprasad P.J. Joseph and K.K. Sulochana. 24. Management of pests and diseases of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) seedlings using vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza/S. Manian Thompson T. Edathil and A. Arunkumar. 25. Arbuscular mycorrhiza pseudomonas and Rhizobium tripartite interaction on the growth of Dalbergia sissoo/Rekha Bisht B.N. Johri and P.C. Srivastava. 26. Influence of indigenous vam fungus (Glomus fasciculatum) and Rhizobium on growth nutrient uptake and nodulation in acacia nilotica/Kamal Prasad. Seller Inventory # 58844

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Edited by D.J. Bagyaraj, K.V.B.R. Tilak and H.K. Kehri

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2012)

ISBN 10: 9381450102 ISBN 13: 9789381450109

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 36 Col. plates, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Microbial bio-diversity evolution and conservation major concerns and missing linksHN Gour SM Paul Khurana and K Joshi 2 Soil organisms key factor to plant and soil healthRaghvendra Pratap Narayana and Pallavi Rai 3 Taxonomy of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with special reference to glomus speciesAshok Aggarwal Anju Tanwar Neetu and RS Mehrotra 4 Diversity of PGPR microbes in pesticides degradationVC Khilare SN Kanade AB Ade and LV Gangawane  5 Application of state of the art microbial biotechnology coupled with phycoremedial measures for the treatment of secondary liquid effluents of a gelatine manufacturing industrySudhir D Ghatnekar and Santosh M Sharma 6 Biodiversity in mycotoxigenic fungiSM Reddy S Girisham and V Koteswara Rao  7 Diversity of nematodes and their problems in agroecosystemSP Tiwari and MN Khare 8 Potentials of trichoderma as biocontrol agent its ecology and biodiversityDK Agarwal and RK Sharma 9 Litter decomposition in tropical  humid forestPranita Borah and GD Sharma 10 Microbes and green technology soil plant microbe interaction perspectiveJamaluddin and Anuj Kumar Singh 11 Mangrove ecosystem a marine resource for useful microorganismsNibha Gupta Uday Chand Basak and Ajay Kumar Mohapatra 12 Fungi of  Indoor environment a qualitative studyDeepmala Pandey and Nisha Misra 13 Rhizosphere biotechnology strategies for biocontrol of aflatoxin production in maize cropAK Roy NL Mandal and SRoy 14 Algal component in lichen formation a reviewNavneet Kaur and MP Sharma 15 Mycorrhizal diversity in different ecosystemsRS Upadhyay R Raghuwanshi and Akhilesh Kumar 16 Biodegradation of green manure by soil mycofloraAsha Sinha and Manisha Srivastava 17 Relationship of soil nutrients with plant Pathogens and diseases caused by themMN Khare 18 Mycorrhizal symbiosis a new dimension for agriculture and environmental development to improve production in sustainable mannerKamal Prasad and AK Pandey 19 Botanical pesticides an eco-chemical natural alternativesNK Dubey Ravindra Shukla Priyanka Singh Archana Singh and Bhanu Prakash 20 Chemistry and fluorescent behaviour of some lichens from Garhwal HimalayaMP Sharma and Amit Jakhal 21 Candida albicans diversity identification genome and its life cycleKamal Rai Aneja Chetan Sharma Ashish Aneja and Parveen Surain 22 Arbuscular mycorrhizal Fungi in agroforestry systemsAshok Shukla Deepak Vyas and Anuradha Jha 23 Diversity of AM Fungi in rhizosphere of tree species of Indian Thar DesertNishi Mathur Mehboob Chouhan Mohnish Vyas Shilpa Yadav Minal Tamboli and Anil Vyas  24 Extremophiles the enigmatic lifeShagun Sharma and Rohit Sharma 25 Innovative package of microbes and fly ash for the reclamation of salt affected soilsRollie Varma and Avinash Pratap Singh 26 Taxonomic diversity of AM fungi in alkaline soils of upper Gangetic plains of AllahabadVarun Khare and Pooja Rai 27 Role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria as biocontrol agentsC Manoharachary and KVBR Tilak 28 Soil microbial diversity in natural and man made forage EcosystemsPradeep Saxena Diwakar Bahukhandi and Sharmila Roy 29 PhycotoxinsRicha Tandon VK Dwivedi and GL Tiwari 30 AM Fungi importance nursery inoculation and performance after out plantingDJ Bagyaraj and HK Kehri 31 Use of ectomycorrhizal technology in reclamation and reforestration of degraded landBendangmenia T Ajungla NS Jamir and GD Sharma Since their very first appearance on this planet the micro organisms have benefited our society in many ways They are supposed to be the simplest but most versatile and talented products of evolution They thrive in habitats extremely hostile to human life and are infinitely more skilled than any human chemist in their synthetic activities Their rich diversity and their functional aspects make them indispensable components of our ecosystemsThis book has been published on the eve of 75th Birth Day of Prof Sudhir Chandra Former Head and Emeritus Professor Department of Botany University of Allahabad Allahabad. Seller Inventory # 101144

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