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Archana Tyagi

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About this Item: Excel Books, 1998. Softcover. Condition: New. This book is a rich source of material on Organizational Behaviour and is written in an unconventional style. The author is fully aware of the changing economic scenario, the paradigm shift in business operations at global level and their impact on managerial needs, which is amply born out in the text. No matter how big an organization is or how much sophisticated technology it adopts, management of people will continue to remain a key factor. The author has elaborated upon the need for managing people at work and how to fulfil this need. The book highlights the differences between individuals and their role in an organization. Also, the importance of team work, motivation, leadership, communication and group dynamics is discussed in detail. Quality of life at the work place and empowerment have been dealt with terseness in this book. The book is a revised and enlarged edition of the earlier edition: five new chapters have been added, along with various Indian case studies at the end of each chapter to make the text more understandable. A chapter on International aspect of Organizational Behaviour is a value addition to the text. Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 29772

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Archana Tyagi

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About this Item: Excel Books, 1998. Softcover. Condition: New. This book is a rich source of material on Organizational Behaviour and is written in an unconventional style. The author is fully aware of the changing economic scenario, the paradigm shift in business operations at global level and their impact on managerial needs, which is amply born out in the text. No matter how big an organization is or how much sophisticated technology it adopts, management of people will continue to remain a key factor. The author has elaborated upon the need for managing people at work and how to fulfil this need. The book highlights the differences between individuals and their role in an organization. Also, the importance of team work, motivation, leadership, communication and group dynamics is discussed in detail. Quality of life at the work place and empowerment have been dealt with terseness in this book. The book is a revised and enlarged edition of the earlier edition: five new chapters have been added, along with various Indian case studies at the end of each chapter to make the text more understandable. A chapter on International aspect of Organizational Behaviour is a value addition to the text. Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 29772

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Archana Tyagi

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About this Item: Excel Books, 1998. Softcover. Condition: New. This book is a rich source of material on Organizational Behaviour and is written in an unconventional style. The author is fully aware of the changing economic scenario, the paradigm shift in business operations at global level and their impact on managerial needs, which is amply born out in the text. No matter how big an organization is or how much sophisticated technology it adopts, management of people will continue to remain a key factor. The author has elaborated upon the need for managing people at work and how to fulfil this need. The book highlights the differences between individuals and their role in an organization. Also, the importance of team work, motivation, leadership, communication and group dynamics is discussed in detail. Quality of life at the work place and empowerment have been dealt with terseness in this book. The book is a revised and enlarged edition of the earlier edition: five new chapters have been added, along with various Indian case studies at the end of each chapter to make the text more understandable. A chapter on International aspect of Organizational Behaviour is a value addition to the text. Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 29772

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Tyagi, Archana

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About this Item: Excel Books, New Delhi, India, 2001. paperback. Condition: Acceptable. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Second Edition, Reprinted. numerous figures and tables, wear along cover edges, back cover is torn, chipping to head and tail of spine and corners of cover, very neat pencil marks throughout the text, very neat pen underlining on page 107, 113, foxing to page 207, small yellow stain through top corners of pages 229-256, otherwise text is clean, bright and tight throughout. Used. Seller Inventory # 104027

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About this Item: Paperback. Condition: New. Softcover Book, New Condition, Fast Shipping. Ready in Stock. 1st Edition. [Please Read Carefully Before Buying], This Is An International Edition. Printed In Black and White. , Book Cover And ISBN No May Be Different From US Edition. Restricted Sales Disclaimer Wordings Not For Sales In USA And Canada May Be Printed On The Cover Of The Book. Standard Shipping 7-14 Business Days. Expedited Shiping 4-8 Business Days. ***WE DO NOT ENTERTAIN BULK ORDERS.*** The Books May Be Ship From Overseas For Inventory Purpose. Seller Inventory # 345575

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About this Item: Paperback. Condition: New. New, Softcover International Edition, Printed in Black and White, Different ISBN, Same Content As US edition, Book Cover may be Different, in English Language. Seller Inventory # 18402

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Archana Tyagi

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About this Item: EXCEL BOOKS, India, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. Seller Inventory # AMO9788174460790

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Archana Tyagi

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About this Item: Excel Books. pbk. This book is a rich source of material on Organizational Behaviour and is written in an unconventional style The author is fully aware of the changing economic scenario the paradigm shift in business operations at global level and their impact on managerial needs which is amply born out in the text No matter how big an organization is or how much sophisticated technology it adopts management of people will continue to remain a key factor The author has elaborated upon the need for managing people at work and how to fulfil this need The book highlights the differences between individuals and their role in an organization Also the importance of team work motivation leadership communication and group dynamics is discussed in detail Quality of life at the work place and empowerment have been dealt with terseness in this book The book is a revised and enlarged edition of the earlier edition five new chapters have been added along with various Indian case studies at the end of each chapter to make the text more understandable A chapter on International aspect of Organizational Behaviour is a value addition to the text 318 pp. Seller Inventory # 92360

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Mihir Kumar Das

Published by Daya Publishing House (2010)

ISBN 10: 8170356474 ISBN 13: 9788170356479

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy/mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars, carrageenans and alginates. Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry, combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas. The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors, to a percentage of a theoretical maximum, as opposed to ponds, holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology. At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants, the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture. In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good, new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics.;The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation, nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds. Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds, active against a number of disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi, their significant potential for colorants, polysaccharides, pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters. This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology.; The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi-disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of microbiology, plant science and biotechnology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: The Algal Industry Survey by Mark Edwards; Chapter 2: Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology by Jannendra Rath, Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi; Chapter 3: Programmed Cell Death: An Integral Event in the Development of Algae and Higher Organisms by Shiv Shanker Pandey, Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari; Chapter 4: Spirulina: The Superfood and Medicine by Preeti Das, A.K. Mishra and Mihir K. Das; Chapter 5: Application of Seaweeds as Food: A Scenario by P.V. Subba Rao, K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: UV-B Radiation-Induced Stress and Protection Strategies in Cyanobacteria by R.P. Sinha, M.B. Tyagi, Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar; Chapter 7: Growth Response of Cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and Mine Waste Burdened Soil to Different Environmental Variables by Pramila Tripathy and S.P. Adhikary; Chapter 8: The Impact of Fungicides on Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das; Chapter 9: Role of Blue Green Algae in Rice Production by Y.V. Singh; Chapter 10: Biotechnological Relevance of Microbes in Agriculture by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 11: Lipids and Fatty Acids from Marine Algae: A Potential Biofuel Resource by S. Chakraborty and T. Bhattacharya; Chapter 12: Algal Biodiesel: Procedures and Resources for Laboratory Study by Simrat Kaur, H.K. Gogoi, R.B. Srivastava and M.C. Kalita; Chapter 13: Industrial Utilization of Algal Fatty Acids by S.B. Padhi, P.K. Swain, S.K. Behera and G. Behera; Chapter 14: Cyanobacterial Toxins by Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari; Chapter 15: Algae and the Human Affairs in the 21st Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 56079

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Mihir Kumar Das

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy/mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars, carrageenans and alginates. Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry, combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas. The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors, to a percentage of a theoretical maximum, as opposed to ponds, holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology. At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants, the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture. In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good, new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics.;The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation, nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds. Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds, active against a number of disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi, their significant potential for colorants, polysaccharides, pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters. This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology.; The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi-disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of microbiology, plant science and biotechnology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: The Algal Industry Survey by Mark Edwards; Chapter 2: Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology by Jannendra Rath, Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi; Chapter 3: Programmed Cell Death: An Integral Event in the Development of Algae and Higher Organisms by Shiv Shanker Pandey, Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari; Chapter 4: Spirulina: The Superfood and Medicine by Preeti Das, A.K. Mishra and Mihir K. Das; Chapter 5: Application of Seaweeds as Food: A Scenario by P.V. Subba Rao, K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: UV-B Radiation-Induced Stress and Protection Strategies in Cyanobacteria by R.P. Sinha, M.B. Tyagi, Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar; Chapter 7: Growth Response of Cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and Mine Waste Burdened Soil to Different Environmental Variables by Pramila Tripathy and S.P. Adhikary; Chapter 8: The Impact of Fungicides on Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das; Chapter 9: Role of Blue Green Algae in Rice Production by Y.V. Singh; Chapter 10: Biotechnological Relevance of Microbes in Agriculture by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 11: Lipids and Fatty Acids from Marine Algae: A Potential Biofuel Resource by S. Chakraborty and T. Bhattacharya; Chapter 12: Algal Biodiesel: Procedures and Resources for Laboratory Study by Simrat Kaur, H.K. Gogoi, R.B. Srivastava and M.C. Kalita; Chapter 13: Industrial Utilization of Algal Fatty Acids by S.B. Padhi, P.K. Swain, S.K. Behera and G. Behera; Chapter 14: Cyanobacterial Toxins by Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari; Chapter 15: Algae and the Human Affairs in the 21st Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 56079

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Sawalia Bihari Verma

Published by Aavishkar Pub

ISBN 10: 8179100332 ISBN 13: 9788179100332

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About this Item: Aavishkar Pub. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Rural development in India : a review/P. Narasimha Rao and R. Venkata Rao. 2. Rural development in the new millennium/Lalit Kumar Tyagi and Rajesh Kumar. 3. Rural development : social sensibilities/ Navin Chandra Joshi. 4. Poverty alleviation projects : design and implementation/Pitabasa Sahoo. 5. Credit based poverty alleviation : innovative approach/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 6. Rural credit system : need for restructuring/A.R. Patel. 7. Rural development and tribal aspirations in Tripura/K.S. Subramanian. 8. Rural transformation : the Gandhian prescription/L.P. Singh. 9. Rural development : Gandhian view/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Rajendra Singh. 10. Rural development through cooperatives/Sawalia Bihari Verma and M.L. Soni. 11. Decentralized planning for rural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 12. Decentralized approach to rural development/Anil P. Joshi. 13. Credit flow to agriculture : sustaining rural sector/C.M. Choudhary. 14. NGOs in micro financing : partners in rural development/Laxmi R. Kulshrestha and Archana Gupta. 15. New directions to rural development programmes/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 16. New approaches for rural development/Madhab Adhikari and G.S. Momi. 17. A new approach to rural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 18. Agricultural extension for rural development : issues and challenges/ Shantanu Kumar and Uma Sah. 19. Cooperation as an instrument of rural development/Katar Singh. 20. Contract farming for rural development/Shiv Kumar Gupta. 21. People's participation in rural development/Sawalia 380 pp. Seller Inventory # 45119

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Ombeer Singh Tyagi

Published by Om Publications, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8186867619 ISBN 13: 9788186867617

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About this Item: Om Publications, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgement. Preface. Abbreviation. 1. Issues in rural non farm sector/Archana Sinha. 2. Conceptual understanding and study design/Archana Sinha and O.S. Tyagi. 3. Socio economic profile of study areas/G. Maheshwaran. 4. Characteristics of sample population/O.S. Tyagi. 5. Extent and nature of non farm employment/Archana Sinha. 6. Factors affecting occupational shift/O.S. Tyagi. 7. Gender dynamics of occupation and shift/G. Maheshwaran. 8. Conclusions and challenges/O.S. Tyagi. Bibliography. Index. The developmental factors like commercialization of agriculture increased demand for non agricultural goods and services growing literacy urbanization are pulling the labour force away from farm sector to more lucrative jobs. At the same time distress factors like poverty unemployment underemployment and natural calamities like drought floods etc. are pushing the rural workforce away from the farm sector to various non farm activities to supplement their income. Although the non agricultural sector has made a significant contribution to employment generation very little is known about the nature extent dynamics determinants and problems of non agricultural activities. The usual Head Count Method of estimating the NFE based either on Census or NSS data does not give an insight into the nature and the character of the rural non farm sector. Based on the empirical evidences the book probes into rural non farm sector dynamics such as income castes hierarchies basic amenities urban accessibility education social capital impacts on women etc. 192 pp. Seller Inventory # 67245

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Meenu Agrawal

Published by Mahamaya Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183250378 ISBN 13: 9788183250375

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About this Item: Mahamaya Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Foreword. 1. Women empowerment at a glance/R.C. Agrawal K.D. Gaur and Meenu Agrawal. 2. Progress and problems of women in India/R.K. Uppal and Suman Lata. 3. Women empowerment in India socio and economic/K.D. Gaur and Poonam Rani. 4. Domestic violence against women in India a study in its legislative and judicial trends/Hari Mohan Mittal. 5. Suggested measures of the empowerment of women/J.C. Pant and Upasna Sharma. 6. Economic empowerment of the Indian women/A.K. Tomar and Neejra Sharma. 7. Empowerment of women in Panchayati Raj institutions/Babita Agarwal. 8. Women empowerment and poverty reduction in South Asia/Sarita Jain and Sandeep Jain. 9. Women empowerment through self help groups/Beena Lohani. 10. Women empowerment/Poonam Singh and Pariney Khanna. 11. Women empowerment today's vision for tomorrow's mission/Meenu Agarwal. 12. Corporate women a symbol of women empowerment/Sandeep Shandilya. 13. Role of government in women empowerment myth and reality/Meenakshi Sharma and Meena Shukla. 14. Women's equality still a dream/Rakhi Mittal. 15. Hand embroidery an instrument for women's development/Meenu Aggarwal. 16. Empowering women through micro finance/Vipin Agrawal. 17. Women entrepreneurs problems and remedial measures/Suman Lata and Archana Mishra. 18. Role of women in rural development and planning process a study/Babita Agrawal Prabha Singh and Arun Kumar Singh. 19. Empowerment of women policies and programs/Anupam Sharma. 20. Social empowerment of Indian women/Upasna Sharma. 21. Indian women's empowerment an overview/Anjana Singh. 22. Status of women in 21 century India/Benu Nayyar. 23. Empowerment of women women and entrepreneurship/Deepa Agarwal. 24. Education is an agent of women empowerment/Meenu Agarwal and Rakhi Mittal. 25. Legal response to crime of rape in India an analytical study/Hari Mohan Mittal. 26. Condition of women in India/Meenu Agrawal Meenakshi Sharma and Adity Tyagi. 27. Panchayati Raj institution and women leadership/Arun Kumar Singh. 28. Empowerment of women commitments of the Ninth Plan (1997 2002)/Sarita Jain and Poonam Rani. Appendix. Women in India have played an important part in our social life and in our history. They have played this part in every branch of national activity from high learning to velour on the battlefield. But it is their unobtrusive work in the household in the village or in the larger community that has moulded this nation. Today we pass rapidly through various phases of transition. The rapid changes however have not uprooted us from our old foundations. The Indian woman the majority that is lives in her own time in the rhythm of her own history which does not quite keep time with the clocks of the 21 century. In fact development and education are the two most important factors for determinant the status of women in any society particularly in the traditional societies like India. Now the question is not important that How to educate her but it is more important that how to enable her to make use her education most profitable to herself and to the concerns of the society at large. Women are the largest minority. Aristotle Said The female is a female by virtue of certain lack of qualities. We should regard the female nature as afflicted with a natural defectiveness. On the common sense leave it has been assured that the major psychological difference between men and women is especially of intellect and temperament. The prosperity of a country depends on the harmonious progress of both genders. Men and women have to have meaningful roles in the economic life of the nation. ILO has highlighted that the participation of women in economic activities is controlled by social and cultural conditions prevailing in particular regions. In some developing countries like India the vast majority of women workers are employed in the unorganized sectors. Mahatma Gandhi said Men and women are equal in status but are not identical. They are a peerless pair being compleme. Seller Inventory # 62746

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

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ISBN 10: 8179100634 ISBN 13: 9788179100639

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About this Item: Aavishkar. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Biotechnological approaches in cyanobacterial inoculant technology/S. Kannaiyan and K. Kumar. 2. Biological wastewater treatment and its microbiology/S. Sandhya. 3. Industrial application of cold loving micro organisms/Vandana Katiyar and Reeta Goel. 4. Microbes as a warehouse of genes/C. Nirmala and M.L.H. Kaul. 5. Biotechnological advances in food an overview/Neeraj Dilbagi Jitender Sharma and Avtar Singh. 6. Metal resistant growth promotory fluorescent pseudomonads/Nidhi Bagdwal Abhishekh Gupta and Reeta Goel. 7. Multiplication of Bambusa vulgaris through tissue culture/Sarita Arya Fatima Shirin and Inder Dev Arya. 8. Biodegradation of Cyanide an overview/S. Nagarajan. 9. Tailoring oil crops for oil quality and industry: a transgenic approach/Sanjay J. Jambhulkar and A.S. Shitre. 10. Selective biosorption of Cu Zn and Cd from metal mixtures by microcystis sp. and its application in biorestoration of metal polluted aquatics/Subhashree Pradhan and L.C. Rai. 11. Herbal remedies of various human and plant diseases/Pradeep Parihar Leena Daswani Neetu Tyagi D. Gehlot A. Bohra and S.P. Bohra. 12. Trichoderma as a potential bio agent for management of diseases: taxonomy biology and mode of action/O.P. Sharma M.D. Jeswani O.M. Bambawale and K.S. Murthy. 13. Rumen fungi: role in fibre digestion/Avijit Dey A.K. Puniya J.P. Sehgal and Kishan Singh. 14. Ganoderma fungus and its commercial applications/R. Raj Bhansali. 15. Mycorrhization helper bacteria and their role in nursery practices/Manoj Bhatt Anurag Yadav and R.C. Dubey. 16. Intellectual property rights and biotechnology/Jitender Sharma Avtar Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 17. Biological treatment of dairy effluent by cyanobacteria/Kanika Sharma Pooja Sethia and Ashish Maheshwari. 18. Bioremediation of textile dyes/dye wastewater: a critical assessment of major landmarks/K.P. Sharma Ruby Grover Suresh Kumar Pratima Soni Shweta Sharma Kamal Kishore Bhardwaj Kamayani Sharma and Subhasini Sharma. 19. Agrobacterium: nature's genetic engineer/Subhash Chandra Bihani Archana Kantia and S.L. Kothari. 20. Antimicrobials from natural resources/Neeta Sharma. 21. Biological control of fungal pathogens and mass production technology for fungal antagonists/P.C. Trivedi. Index. Microbial biotechnology may have a profound effect on the world economy over the next two decades. Innovations emerging in the food and pharmaceutical sectors point to the enormous potential of biotechnology to provide diverse new products environmental remediation technologies biodegradable plastics novel therapeutic agents and chemicals and enzymes that will reduce the cost and improve the efficiency of industrial processes. This book Microbial Biotechnology contains 21 articles on different aspects of microbial biotechnology. Articles on biotechnological approaches in cyanobacterial inoculant technology; biological waste water treatment; industrial application of cold loving micro organisms; treatment of dairy effluent by cyanobacteria and bioremediation of textile dye waste water provide information on the role and application of microbes in the present scenario. The book also covers information on the potential of bioagents for the management of diseases commercial uses of Ganoderma fungus role of rumen fungi in fibre digestion and application of mycorrhizosphere helper bacteria. Aspects covering biotechnological advances in foods; biodegradation of cyanide; tailoring oil crops; antimicrobials from natural resources; Agrobacterium nature's genetic engineer and microbes as warehouse of genes have been included to project their importance in the 21 century. This book will serve not only as an excellent reference material but also as a practical guide for teachers research workers industrialists and workers in the applied field of microbial biotechnology. 477 pp. Seller Inventory # 50401

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Edited by Sunita Mishra

Published by Shree (2011)

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About this Item: Shree, 2011. tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 An awareness of dietary practices hygiene morbidity pattern and superstitious beliefs among tribal childrenSunita Mishra 2 A study on traditional foods and beliefs system relating to health and nutrition prevailed among the Adivasi Community of Kalahandi district OrissaSarojini Padhan and Sunita Mishra 3 Inter-generational study on socio cultural aspect of foodGeeta Mathur 4 Hypoglycemic effect of selected green leaves on non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitusLaxmi Singh and Sunita Mishra 5 The role of health dietary intake for prevention of non-communicable diseases among working womenMeera Singh RK Verma and Arvind Kumar Vaish 6 Importance of nutrition education in pregnancy and lactationAnita Singh 7 Evaluation of the impact of nutrition education on nutrition related knowledge and practices of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease NAFLD patientsRoli Agrawal Sunita Mishra and Sweta Rai 8 Religious fasting and its effect on health of women in society urban and ruralRicha Singh and Sunita Mishra 9 Effect of flaxseed among arthritis patientsPreeti Chhabra and Shipa Thakur 10 Chywanprash one of the commercial Aonla product and its nutritional values in relation to human healthPriyamvada Sonkar RB Ram SK Chaturvedi Rubee Lata and Divya Maurya 11 Role of fruits and vegetables in human diet consequences of deficiency and sources of essential nutrientsRB Ram Rubee Lata and ML Meena 12 Spices and health careRubee Lata RB Ram Deepa H Dwivedi and ML Meena 13 Livelihood security of women through fruit preservationAlka Singh and Anju Singh 14 Consumption of energy by preschool children in VaranasiVinita Singh and Anita Singh 15 Growing use of fast food among school going children of Lucknow city and its impact on their healthDevina Sahai Meera Singh and Nidhi Tripathi 16 Healing action of antioxidants rich food on our healthSunita Mishra 17 Effectiveness of herbal dietary supplements on influenzaAmita Bhargava Garima Tyagi and Rhea Bhargava 18 Nutrition related knowledge of adolescent girlsN Singh and CP Mishra 19 Cancer nutritionists point of viewAmita Bhargava and Rhea Bhargava 20 Dietary intake and their practices of reproductive age group 15-49 years women in Varanasi cityNeetu Singh and Archana ChakravartyA National Conference on Traditional and Contemporary Trends in Family and Community Studies was organized by School for Home Sciences Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University A Central University Lucknow in November 2009 The proceedings of the conference are published here in the form of an edited book entitled Nutritional Trends in Family and Community Studies The participants in the conference included leading academicians and scientists from all over the country who could speak on the subject of their choice with firsthand knowledge and experienceThe aim of the national conference was to coordinate and present available empirical data to bring together people from home science family studies nutrition and allied researches to discuss the programmes for achieving ways and means to improve the study of this theme by suggesting specific programmes action plans and intervention programmesThe choice of subject and speaker was mainly governed by taking into consideration all the five branches of family and community sciences ie food and nutrition human development and family studies clothing and textile family resource management and extension education as their many important resources presentedThis publication will serve as a very useful handy reference tool on nutritional trends in family and community studies jacket 172 pp. Seller Inventory # 96040

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S B Verma; Umesh Prasad Singh and Shiw Kumar Jiloka

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298808 ISBN 13: 9788176298803

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Concept of rural development 1. Strengthening farmer's organisation for sustainable rural development/Sanjay K. Singh and Shantanu Kumar. 2. Rural development in India a review/P. Narasimha Rao and R. Venkata Rao. 3. Rural development in the new millennium/Lalit Kumar Tyagi and Rajesh Kumar. 4. Rural development social sensibilities/Navin Chandra Joshi. 5. Rural transformation the Gandhian prescription/L.P. Singh. 6. The state of development in rural India an overview/J.P. Singh. 7. Wasteland development/Navin Chandra Joshi. II. Programmes for rural development 8. Decentralized approach to rural development/Anil P. Joshi. 9. New approaches for rural development/Madhab Adhikari and G.S. Momi. 10. Rural development and poverty alleviation perspective/Srikara Naik and Sukhvir Singh. 11. Decentralisation for rural development/Kripa Shankar. 12. Programmes for rural development in India since independence/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 13. Farmers orientation programme for agricultural development/Sawalia Bihari Vema. 14. Role of commercial banks in rural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 15. Rural urban migration and the informal sector in India/K.N. Jayan and Sindhu Sadanandan. 16. Process of urbanisation and rural urban linkages/J.C. Pant. 17. Dovetailing benefits from rural development schemes/Ashutosh Jindal. 18. Reforms in Panchayati Raj mending the amendments/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 19. The economic package a booster to the economy/K.R. Sudhaman. III. Co operative rural development 20. Co operative processing in rural development/L.P. Singh. 21. Co operation as an instrument of rural development/Katar Singh. 22. Voluntary organisations for rural development/Gopal Krushna Sahu. 23. NGOs in micro financing partners in rural development/Laxmi R. Kulshrestha and Archana Gupta. IV. People's participation in rural development 24. People's participation in rural development/K. Raghupathi. 25. People's participation in rural development/Sunder Raj. 26. Participatory management in rural development a critique/C.R. Reddy and A.V. Ramana. 27. Self reliant participatory rural development/Nisha Arvind and N.R. Gangadharappa. 28. Participatory rural development/Manish Kumar and Chitra Pathak. V. Agricultural development 29. Agricultural extension for rural development/Shantanu Kumar and Uma Sah. 30. Globalisation harnessing opportunities in crop diversification in India/P.S. Sujith Kumar. 31. WTO's impact on Indian agriculture/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 32. No intervention regime in agriculture/Ashok B. Sharma. 33. Agro export zones the engine to boost farm exports/A.R. Patel. 34. Global warming under agricultural scenario/Avishek Datta Manisha Basu and S.C. Mahapatra. 35. Measures to further boost the economy/G. Srinivasan. 36. Reforms in the agriculture sector/P.K. Singh. 37. Economic reforms and agriculture/D. Rudrappan. Index. Rural means a fixed number of people living in a community and development means a positive change in living standard of such people. Rural development cannot be achieved without a complete process of change in rural areas which leads to improvements in rural income employment opportunities income distribution rural welfare and other aspects of rural life. Rural development reform is not a time bound process. It is ceaseless and continuous effort which requires long term planning and for this certain bold assumptions or will powers have to be made. 312 pp. Seller Inventory # 60676

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

Published by Pointer (2003)

ISBN 10: 8171323197 ISBN 13: 9788171323197

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About this Item: Pointer, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Carbon and fatty acid metabolism in oilseed brassicas/C.P. Malik, Ishita Ahuja and Minakshi Pal. 2. Gene cloning vectors/C. Nirmala and M.L.H. Kaul. 3. AM fungal biotechnology in the new millennium/C. Manoharachary and N. Ranganayaki. 4. Fresh light on the findings of George, George and Herr (1979)-a critical review/S.A. Salgare. 5. In vitro production of alkaloids from solanaceous plants-a review/Gita Rani, R.K. Gupta, Subodh Kumar, Avinash Nagpal and G.S. Virk. 6. Perception and sensing mechanisms in plants: a lesson from prokaryote and yeast osmo sensing/H.S. Gehlot and S.P. Bohra. 7. Inter- and intra- specific variations in Fagopyrum Mill. cultivated in India/R.N. Gohil and Dimple Gupta. 8. Aeromycological survey of Rajasthan state: a review/B.P. Singh. 9. Use of herbicides as growth substances - a critical review/S.A. Salgare. 10. Impact of air pollution on lichens/D.K. Upreti, N. Sharma and P.K. Divakar. 11. Morphology of the dwarf shoots and phylogeny of the pentoxyleae/B.D. Sharma. 12. Edible vaccines: vaccines in the offing/C. Nirmala and M.L.H. Kaul. 13. An insight into bioinformatics-its evolution, present status and future prospects/Tarun Kant. 14. Zoocecidia in vivo and in vitro-current aspects and future trends/Vidya Patni nee Ramani and D.K. Arora. 15. Advances in micropropagation and genetic manipulation of ornamental plants/Archana Kantia, Purnima Tyagi, Aparna Pareek and S.L. Kothari. 16. In vitro morphogenetic studies of Vigna species-a review/L.K. Pareek, Sunita Hinger and Aparna Pareek. 17. Intellectual rights and 362 pp. Seller Inventory # 48475

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Karunesh Saxena and Nityesh Bhatt

Published by Himanshu Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8179061701 ISBN 13: 9788179061701

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About this Item: Himanshu Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/B.L. Chaudhary. Preface. I. Environment management and sustainable development 1. Four principles for India's leadership in sustainable development/Tom Haynes. 2. Environment management A road to sustainable development/Ritu Sehgal. 3. Environment ethics and audit/Shailja Sharma. 4. Exploitation of human resources the deadly entangle/Praveen Saxena. 5. Environmental crisis solution lies in religious teachings/S.L. Kale and Vipin Choudhary. 6. Environment management a road to sustainable development/A.T. Pande and P.D. Waghmare. 7. Environment management a road to sustainable development/Mannindar Monga E.K. Thombre and Kumar Harshwardhan. 8. Environmental audit an overview/M.A. Patel and A.P. Deshmukh. II. Management of natural resources 1. Management of metalliferous mine wastes/Archana Sharma and N.C. Aery. 2. Disaster management/Kajal Singh and R.P. Singh. 3. Environment pollution issues a case of automobile sector/Ravi Kumar Goyal Arpit Ranka Narayan Agrawal and Awadhesh Bhardwaj. 4. Air pollution management a road to sustainable development/B.R. Bamniya and Smita Jain. 5. Water resource management by non state actors of India/Madhurima Deb Shilpa Anand and Gautam Sinha. III. Contemporary issues in environmental management 1. How can we again design eco friendly products/Trilok Kumar Jain. 2. Environmental management practices in India major issues/D. Mohan and K. Ankur. 3. E waste in India Issues and challenges/Meera Mathur and Meenakshi Tripathy. 4. Analyzing customer relationship management in the context of green marketing a conceptual model/Devesh Mishra and Kalyan Kumar Guin. 5. Corporate social responsibility through green marketing/R.P. Das and Vikas Nath. 6. Corporate social responsibility the human face of business activities/Sonal Sisodia and Nimit Chowdhary. 7. Environmental disclosures in annual report a study in context of Indian manufacturing companies/Suneel Arora and Garima Kapoor. 8. Impact of green marketing on customer relationship a theoretical approach/Madhurima Deb and Gautam Sinha. 9. Judicial activism and environmental protection some landmark cases/J.M. Ovasdi. IV. Scientific approach to environment management 1. Pollution management by culturing yeasts in dairy effluent/Arti Agrawal Rekha Sharma Gunmala Dak Shalu Dagliya Mahdeep Bhatnagar and Kanika Sharma. 2. Biological treatment of domestic waste water for aquaculture/A.K. Bansal A. Mitra and S.C. Roy. 3. Use of an optimization model in River Basin water quality planning/Ajit Pratap Singh S.K. Ghosh and S.D. Manjare. 4. Stochastic modelling of temperature for Udaipur climate/S.R. Bhakar Anil Kumar Bansal and Neeraj Chhajed. 5. Role of statistics in environment mangement/B.L. Agarwal. 6. Sustaining tropical arid mangrove ecosystem role of Indus river discharge in providing macro nutrients/Muhammad Shahid Qureshi Masood Quraishi and Khalid M. Qamar. V. Environment management experiential learning 1. Assessment of water quality of Lake Pichhola in Udaipur Rajasthan/Premlata Vikal and Sandhya Tyagi. 2. Promoting corporate social and environmental responsibility at Tata Sponge Iron Limited a case study/Devesh Mishra Biplab Datta Malancha Gupta and Sadhan K. De. 3. Environmental management for construction industry a case study of Pune city/Neha Sharma Sushmita Singh and Jatin Patel. 4. Sanitary landfilling a suitable approach for management of municipal solid waste of Udaipur/B.S.M. Singhvi Gunwant Sharma Trilok Gupta and A.K. Bansal. 5. Manging the environs the giant NTPC Leap/Sanjeev Prashar and Karan Singh. 6. A Behemoth brightens life through sustaining the environment BHEL example/Parul Jhajharia. 7. Management planning of Fateh Sagar Lake for healthy environment/A.K. Bansal Trilok Gupta B.S.M. Singhvi and S.H. Sengar. 8. Getting affluents from the environment and giving back trash a clear case of desolation a case study of Tirupur dyeing industry/S. Franklin John and Anita Grace M. 9. Phytoremediation of Rampura Agucha mine t. Seller Inventory # 64110

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Mihir Kumar Das

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy/mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars, carrageenans and alginates. Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry, combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas. The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors, to a percentage of a theoretical maximum, as opposed to ponds, holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology. At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants, the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture. In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good, new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics.;The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation, nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds. Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds, active against a number of disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi, their significant potential for colorants, polysaccharides, pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters. This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology.; The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi-disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of microbiology, plant science and biotechnology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: The Algal Industry Survey by Mark Edwards; Chapter 2: Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology by Jannendra Rath, Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi; Chapter 3: Programmed Cell Death: An Integral Event in the Development of Algae and Higher Organisms by Shiv Shanker Pandey, Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari; Chapter 4: Spirulina: The Superfood and Medicine by Preeti Das, A.K. Mishra and Mihir K. Das; Chapter 5: Application of Seaweeds as Food: A Scenario by P.V. Subba Rao, K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: UV-B Radiation-Induced Stress and Protection Strategies in Cyanobacteria by R.P. Sinha, M.B. Tyagi, Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar; Chapter 7: Growth Response of Cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and Mine Waste Burdened Soil to Different Environmental Variables by Pramila Tripathy and S.P. Adhikary; Chapter 8: The Impact of Fungicides on Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das; Chapter 9: Role of Blue Green Algae in Rice Production by Y.V. Singh; Chapter 10: Biotechnological Relevance of Microbes in Agriculture by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 11: Lipids and Fatty Acids from Marine Algae: A Potential Biofuel Resource by S. Chakraborty and T. Bhattacharya; Chapter 12: Algal Biodiesel: Procedures and Resources for Laboratory Study by Simrat Kaur, H.K. Gogoi, R.B. Srivastava and M.C. Kalita; Chapter 13: Industrial Utilization of Algal Fatty Acids by S.B. Padhi, P.K. Swain, S.K. Behera and G. Behera; Chapter 14: Cyanobacterial Toxins by Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari; Chapter 15: Algae and the Human Affairs in the 21st Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 56079

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Edited by Prakash Lakhera, Rajesh Chandra Paliwal and Kalpana Lakhera

Published by Mallika Books (2011)

ISBN 10: 8189147102 ISBN 13: 9788189147105

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About this Item: Mallika Books, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. List of contributors. 1. Changing norms of social equity in India and women in Uttarakhand/B.L. Sah. 2. Status of Uttarakhand women/Neeta Sharma Bora. 3. Women empowerment through Self-Help Group: problems and prospects/Rajesh Singh and Km. Aparana Mishra. 5. Gender norms, patriarchy and the women of the Kumaun Himalayas/Divya U. Joshi. 6. Economic empowerment of women by promotion of fodder in Central Himalayan region/Anwesha Sah and M. Kumaiyan. 7. Participation of women in Gram Panchyat - a study in Distt. Nainital (Uttarakhand)/Rajesh Chandra Paliwal and Prakash Lakhera. 8. Traditional health practices of Kumaoni women/Archana Negi Sah. 9. And miles to go before we rest . Panchayat update from Uttarakhand/Jaya Pande and Meenakshi Bhatt. 10. Women’s participation and entrepreneurial development - a study on organic dairy industry/Pankaj Shah and Ashutosh Singh. 11. Women in the frontline/Prabhakar Tyagi. 12. Problems of drudgery among hill women in Uttarakhand/Deepak Paliwal and Kalpana Lakhera. 13. Impact of literary programme on rural women inhabitants of Uttarakhand - a study/Deepak Paliwal and Rupa Paliwal. 14. Atrocities on women/Deepk Paliwal. 15. Gender budgeting: a step towards empowerment of women/Ruchita Tewari. 16. Women participation in Panchayati Raj Institutions/L.P. Sharma. 17. Globalization and its impact on Uttarakhand women with special reference to rural women/Amit Srivastava. 18. Globalization, migration and trafficking of women in Orissa/Subash Ranjan Nayak. 19. Violence, discrimination and women/Himanshu Kumar. 20. Meaningful defiance in Kamala Das poetry/Archana Tyagi. [17 articles are in Hindi] India is the largest democratic country in the world, where women folk constitute almost half population. Women have been deprived of various kinds of opportunities by our traditional society for the past several centuries. Discrimination against women is commonly observed in reaping the benefits of socioeconomic development, participation in community activity, various national development programs aimed at their upliftment and empowerment. The status of women in Uttarakhand is particularly low although women have played a very important role in the economy of the state for generations. Uttarakhand is primarily a money order economy where men migrate in research of work and the task of not only looking after the family and trudging long distances for water but are also left to farm the land. Women in Uttarakhand have pioneered several mass movements across the state and have also played a pivotal role in the formation of the state. They have visual a state where they can effectively guide the development of the region in a way that benefits all and is sustainable. Women in Uttarakhand are slowly but surely beginning to play a major role in governance. This book focuses on the Empowerment of Rural Women : Status, Challenges and Solutions. It includes 37 articles and research papers, which discuss all the dimensions of women empowerment. This book will be fruitful to policy makers, administrators and interested research scholars. Seller Inventory # 98695

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Edited by Prof Rajeev Sijariya, Rahul Sharma, Ranjeet Singh and Neeraj Chaudhary

Published by Bharti Publications (2017)

ISBN 10: 9385000691 ISBN 13: 9789385000690

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About this Item: Bharti Publications, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Demonetization: scheme and objectives, benefits and drawbacks and its impact on black money, fake currency and on various sectors/Dr. Anil Kumar and Yugal Kishore. 2. Demonetization: a game changer for the economy and markets/Mayank Sharma. 3. Consequence of demonetization in economy/Rohit Rai and Sudhanshu Saurabh. 4. Demonetization - the big game!/Pooja Chauhan and Rahul Sharma. 5. Impact of demonetization on India economy/Priya Rathi and Shweta Singhal. 6. Impact of demonetization/Ranju Arora and Kanchan Verma. 7. Demonetization: benefits and drawbacks/Manish Kumar and Sonal Narang. 8. Demonetization in black money and effect on economy/Archana Singhal. 9. Black money and demonetization: a review/Neena Batra and Saloni Jain. 10. A new way ahead of demonetization: digital and cashless economy/B. Krishnakumare and S. Niranjan. 11. Impact of demonetization on textile sector/Shweta Sharma and Himadri Ghosh. 12. Impact of demonetization on industry and business/Sunita Yadav and Mukesh Kumar Sharma. 13. Demonetization/Astha Pandey. 14. Immediate Impact of demonetization on various sectors of the Indian economy/Megha Chaudhury. 15. Reasons and immediate impact of demonetization on the Indian Economy/Shivani Chaudhary. 16. Demonetization- challenges and advantages/Vijay Kumar Sharma. 17. Demonetization in India: it's impacts and prospects for Indian economy/Vijaya Prakash Gupta and Rajeev Sijarya. 18. Demonetization and black money/Ravindra Kumar and Deepak Kumar. 19. Scheme and objective of demonetization/Sanjay Singh. 20. Demonetization- benefits and drawbacks/Neha Gandhi. 21. Demonetization and its impact on Indian economy/Ajit Singh and Rashmi Chaudhary. 22. Demonetization to fight against corruption and black money/Ranjit Singh. 23. Impact of demonetization on Indian society/Kumkum Chaudhary. 24. Demonetization effects on Indian economy: fake currency/black money/Meenu Verma. 25. A fiscal impact of demonetization on Indian economy/Saurabh Pandey. 26. Demonetization in India: a socio-economic impact/Manoj Kumar Chaudhary and Sandeep Kumar. 27. Impact of demonetization of Indian economy: industry and business/Menaka Biswal and Aarushi Jain. 28. Pros and cons of demonetization in India/Roohi Javed and Farheen Javed. 29. The "modi" fiction of India with reference to demonetization/Archana Sukhija and Arpit Chaudhary. 30. A Study of Consumers Buying behavior through e-commerce after demonetization in India/Abhinav Chaudhary and Deepak Singh. 31. Advantages and disadvantages of demonetization policy/Anupa Singh. 32. Demonetization and its impact on Indian economy/Malika Paul. 33. Impact of demonetization and black money/Dr. Meena Arora and Jaspal Singh. 34. Demonetization and its impact on Indian economy/Mukesh Kumar. 35. Future of demonetize in rural India pros and cons/Neeru Yadav and Rahul Tyagi. 36. Effect on demonetization on Indian society/Puneet Kumar. Seller Inventory # 123311

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Rina S Deen

Published by Manak Pub, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Manak Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. Introduction. 1. India 2009 Changing the gears of governance for greater inclusive growth/Rina S. Deen and Pervez E. Deen. 2. Governance and inclusive growth the Indian experience/Vibha Tiwari. 3. Inclusive growth in Uttar Pradesh agriculture poverty and human development/S. Mahendra Dev. 4. Climate change and agriculture/R.R. Rashmi. 5. Agriculture and inclusive growth in Uttar Pradesh Issues challenges and policy implications/Arobinda K. Sarkar. 6. Poverty trends and co relates in Uttar Pradesh/A.K. Singh. 7. Inclusive development and deprivation in Uttar Pradesh/Yashvir Tyagi. 8. Inclusive growth options for U.P./P.K. Chaube. 9. Intra regional disparities in development of Uttar Pradesh/D.M. Diwakar. 10. Regional disparity in economic growth and strategic options for inclusive development of Uttar Pradesh/S.P. Singh. 11. Social security of the unorganised sector and inclusive growth in Kanpur City a study of some significant segments/Lorna Dixit and Rina S. Deen. 12. Occupational segregation and wage inequality an empirical study on production related workers/Sonali Chakraborty. 13. Empowering women in India redefining roles as skylines change/Rina Mitra. 14. Inclusive education for inclusive growth Uttar Pradesh initiatives/Meera Lal. 15. Education and empowerment of girls role of school education/Neerja Rashmi. 16. Deprivation and inclusion in educational perspective/Prasamita Mohanty. 17. Caste detrimental to inclusive growth a study with special reference to Scheduled Castes of U.P./Shura Darapuri. 18. Creating self employment opportunities for an Inclusive growth in Uttar Pradesh a case study of Self Help Groups/Archana Srivastava and Anupama Kushwaha. 19. Uttar Pradesh should catch up with Tamil Nadu to achieve broad based inclusive growth/Sukarma Thareja. 20. Human capital formation a resource for inclusive growth/Sangeeta Gupta. 21. English means empowerment for Uttar Pradesh/Neeta Jain. Index. This volume brings out some well researched presentations of contributors who hold positions of eminence in various capacities in the country. The approach of the book is to gird the significant issues relating to the prospects of inclusive development and growth in the state of Uttar Pradesh following from the present drive of the newly installed Indian Government 2009 in establishing the inclusive growth paradigms for India now and onwards. The volume is a sincere contribution towards the nation's newly avowed efforts at paving the best ways for the planning and implementation of its vast vision of inclusive development and growth with special focus on Uttar Pradesh as a state with exhaustive potential for much to deliver sooner than later to both its people and the country. 410 pp. Seller Inventory # 75099

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Mihir Kumar Das

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About this Item: Daya, 2010. Contents Preface 1 The algal industry survey Mark Edwards 2 Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology Jannendra Rath Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi 3 Programmed cell death an integral event in the development of algae and higher organisms Shiv Shanker Pandey Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari 4 Spirulina the superfood and medicine Preeti Das AK Mishra and Mihir K Das 5 Application of seaweeds as food a scenario PV Subba Rao K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar 6 UV B radiation induced stress and protection strategies in cyanobacteria RP Sinha MB Tyagi Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar 7 Growth response of cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and mine waste burdened soil to different environmental variables Pramila Tripathy and SP Adhikary 8 The impact of fungicides on rice field cyanobacteria Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das 9 Role of blue green algae in rice production YV Singh 10 Biotechnological relevance of microbes in agriculture Rajan Kumar Gupta 11 Lipids and fatty acids from marine algae a potential biofuel resource S Chakraborty and T Bhattacharya 12 Algal biodiesel procedures and resources for laboratory study Simrat Kaur HK Gogoi RB Srivastava and MC Kalita 13 Industrial utilization of algal fatty acids SB Padhi PK Swain SK Behera and G Behera 14 Cyanobacterial toxins Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari 15 Algae and the Human affairs in the 21 century Surendra Singh Shipra Das and Anuradha Tiwari 16 Responses of rice field cyanobacteria to insecticides Mihir Kumar Das 17 Cyanobacterial toxins and public health Mukesh Kumar 18 Cyanobacteria for biofertilizer bioremediation and bioactive compounds Kaushal Kishore Choudhary 19 Production of nutaceuticals and antioxidant enzymes in a tropical food alga nostochopsis lobatus Usha Pandey 20 Bioremediation of heavy metals by microalgae VD Pandey Author Index Subject Index Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars carrageenans and alginates Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors to a percentage of a theoretical maximum as opposed to ponds holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds active against a number of disease causing bacteria viruses and fungi their significant potential for colorants polysaccharides pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors The book will be useful to the students teachers scientists and researches from the different branches of microbiology plant science and biotechnology jacket 303 pp. Seller Inventory # 84900

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Manoj K. Vidyalalankar

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About this Item: Yking Books, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents : Preface. 1. Colonial attitude towards English vis-à-vis global trends in ELT/Sanjiv Kumar. 2. Shakespeare’s dramatic application of language in Macbeth/Archana D. Tyagi. 3. Displaced existence of feminist Indian diasporic writers/Priyanka Vaidya. 4. Gandhijis constructive programme its meaning and place in the modern day context/Suchitra Awasthi. 5. Violence and its spiritual antidote in the novels of R.K. Narayan/Rita Garg. 6. Stephen gill’s response to India with special reference to the coexistence/Devender Kumar. 7. Theme of absurdity in waiting for Godot/Sandeep Kumar. 8. Amitav Ghosh’s countdown: A critical study/Ravi Jauhari and Kiran Kamboj. 9. Mahesh Dattani’s Tara: Paradoxical existence of girl child in contemporary Indian social reality/Sarika Dubey. 10. Transition in status of women-from Lajwanti to Malala: with reference to Lajwanti by Mulk Raj Anand/Rupal Amyn Farista. 11. Power relation and mimicry of British imperialism in Vikram Seth’s a suitable boy/Shalini. 12. Challenges of creative expression: a study of Namita Gokhale’s Paro: dreams of Passion/Shanker. 13. Tradition and modernity: a study of Vijay Tendulkar’s Kamala/Satpal Singh. 14. Rasa aesthetics in Rabindranath Tagore’s : The Hidden treasure and other stories/Salesh. 15. Marital canopy: fragmentation of marital bonds in Manju Kapur’s custody/Priyanka. 16. The image of desert in Dhola Maru/Shankar Lal Choudhary. 17. Nayantara Sahgal: a political Novelist/Devendra Kumar Tiwari. 18. A.E. Housman’s poetics: a critical appraisal/Jawed Akhtar. 19. Recovering the lost innocence: a romantic study of David Malouf’s an imaginary life/Bhavya Singhal. 20. Gurudev: Rabindranath Tagore through my eyes/Priyanka Mazumdar. 21. Music in 21st century (modern Music)/Abhay Dubey. This book aims to open new canons of English Literature for the scholars of English literature and others beyond that. The purpose of the book is to provide an outline of the development of the literature with due regard to national life, and to give appreciative interpretation of the work of the most important authors. The book combines satisfactory achievement of these efforts with a selection of authors, works and with ample exactness and details. I think that a reference book of this kind should have such research articles which supply a systematic research of the important authors and this book fulfills this dimension. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 118750

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O. P. Chaubey, Archana Sharma and G. Krishnamurthy

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ISBN 10: 8179104990 ISBN 13: 9788179104996

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About this Item: Aavishkar Publishers, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Rehabilitation of bamboo resource/D.N. Tewari. 2. Sustainable management practices for bamboo areas of Tripura/Ram Prasad. 3. Policy issues for sustainable management of bamboo forests/P.K. Shukla and O.P. Chaubey. 4. Sustainable management of bamboo forests: reproductive biology and biotechnology/C.K. John and B.M. Khan. 5. Insect pest management for bamboo forests/K.C. Joshi. 6. Diseases of bamboo with emphasis to seed borne fungi/Jamaluddin. 7. Ecological management and rehabilitation of bamboo resource/O.P. Chaubey. 8. Ecological management of bamboo forests in Andhra Pradesh/M. Bullaiah. 9. Rehabilitation and sustainable management of bamboo forests in Maharashtra/G. Saiprakash and V.K. Mohan. 10. Sustainable management of bamboo forest of Gujarat state/G.K. Sinha. 11. The status of bamboo and Rattan in India/J.K. Rawal and D.C. Khanduri. 12. Strategies in entrepreneurship development of bamboo resource/Rajiv Rai. 13. Silvi-Agri system of bamboo forests/N. Berry, Neelesh Yadav and S.D. Sonkar. 14. Sustainable management of bamboo species under agroforestry system/Sharad Nema and Awadhesh Sharma. 15. Effect of storage conditions on seed longevity of Dendrocalamus strictus nees/Archana Sharma. 16. National Genebank conserving the plant genetic resources for food security/Veena Gupta, Anjali Kak and R.K. Tyagi. 17. Bamboo flowering: ecological, economic and social problems/P.S. Mardikar. 18. Non-profit organization to facilitate community based enterprise development of bamboo products/Hemnath Mishra. 19. Taxonomic identification of bamboo resource/O.P. Chaubey. 20. Bamboo to enterprise development/O.P. Chaubey. Index. Bamboo, "The poor man's timber", is one of the most important forestry species distributed throughout the India and has major contribution to the rural and national economy. Bamboo is an important livelihood for rural people and traditional workers. Apart from industrial and commercial uses, bamboo is widely used as building material and extensively used in construction of houses, walls, roofing material etc. Climate change is a immediate and unprecedented threat to the food security and income of hundreds of millions of people who depends on agriculture/forest for their livelihoods. Climate change will cause yield decline and health hazards, with South Asia particularly hard hit. In recent years, with the looming threat of global warming, there is much interest in bamboo as a carbon sink. Bamboo stands can achieve total standing biomass comparable to tree forests and are capable of sequestering substantial amounts of carbon. Inter-mast periods in bamboos, though thought of as species specific and rigid, is not the case in many. The present book titled "Ecological Management of Bamboo Resource in India" has covered rehabilitation, sustainable management, policy issues, reproductive biology and biotechnology, pest and diseases management, status of bamboo and rattan, entrepreneurship development, silvi-agricultural and agroforestry, storage and longevity of seeds, genetic resources for food security, ecological, economic and social problems, taxonomic identification of bamboo resource in different states of the country. The publication would certainly be significant for evolving right directions and new dimensions for ecosystem management and climate change. Besides, this publication would be of vital use for Foresters, Scientific communities, Environmentalists, Academicians, Industrialists, Policy makers, NGO's and other Stakeholders engaged in community development through conservation of bamboo resource and climate change. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 115722

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V P Tewari and R L Srivastava

Published by Scientific Pub, Jodhpur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8172334249 ISBN 13: 9788172334246

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About this Item: Scientific Pub, Jodhpur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Management of Multipurpose Tree Species 1. Multipurpose tree species in semi arid subtropics growth and biomass production/A.S. Gill. 2. Effect of management practices on productivity of teak (tectona grandis) in hill zone of Karnataka/A.G. Koppad and R.V. Rao. 3. Productivity of Acacia auriculioformis a multipurpose tree species in degraded uplands as influenced by soil and moisture conservation measure/A.G. Koppad and K. Manjappa. 4. Stripping and callusing properties of Kamachile [Pithecellobium dulce (roxb.)]/Arsenio B. Ella. 5. The growth performance of Hopea odorata planted on original and cut soil/M.N. Ahmad Azaruddin Y. Adzmi and M. Adnan. 6. Boswellia papyrifera (del.) Hochst a promising multi purpose tree species in arid zones/Abdalla Mirghani El Tayeb. 7. Germination ecology of five multipurpose trees from the Sudanian savanna in Burkina Faso West Africa/D. Zida R. Nygard L. Sawadogo D. Tiveau M. Tigabu P.C. Oden and Maria Schelin. 8. Sustainable management of arid soils through agro forestry/D.C. Joshi and Pramila Raina. 9. Growth biomass production and water use in Dalbergia sissoo seedlings in relation to soil water stress/G. Singh and Bilas Singh. 10. Role of multipurpose tree species in community forestry lessons from Northern Western Ghats/Archana Godbole and Jayant Sarnaik. 11. Performance of tree species with high density planting under irrigated condition/K. Manjappa V.B. Nadagouda and A.G. Koppad. 12. Growth performance of multipurpose tree species in the degraded hill areas of Bangladesh/M.K. Hossain and B.M. Khan. 13. The potential fruit yield of economic local tree species in West African Savanna Area Burkina Faso/N. Lamien and J.S. Ouedraogo. 14. Performance of MPTS under high density plantation in red lateritic wastelands of Chhattisgarh plain/M.N. Naugraiya Sunil Puri and A.S. Sisodiya. 15. Influence of site characteristics on growth of Azadirachta excelsa (Jack) Jacobs/Ong Kian Huat and Lim Meng Tsai. 16. Growth of Madhuca longifolia var. latifolia (Roxb) Cheval in plantation/P.K. Shukla. 17. Growth and biomass yield from Salvadora persica with management practices on salt affected soil under hot arid conditions in India/Ranjana Arya and R.R. Lohara. 18. Trends and projection of acidic deposition in India for selection of species in afforestation/Sanjay Kumar Sarita Srivastava and T. Kojima. 19. Ligneous species diversity on macrotermes termitarias under different fire regimes in a savannah woodland (Burkina Faso West Africa)/S. Traore M. Lepage R. Nygard I.J. Boussim P.C. Oden and S. Guinko. 20. Growth performance of some indigenous fuel wood and fodder tree species at the three altitudes of Garhwal Himalayas/S. Nautiyal Monka Tyagi Preeti Joshi and Pankaj Kumar. 21. Growth and productivity of certain multipurpose tree species under rainfed condition in North Gujarat/S.N. Jaimini N.M. Patel J.M. Patel S.B. Patel and P.M. Patel. 22. Effect of trees on improvement in soil biological activity and P uptake of arid crops/J.C. Tarafdar and B.M. Sharma. 23. Growth response of Acacia farnesiana willd. to indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and symbiotic nitrogen fixing bacteria under tropical nursery conditions/A. Karthikeyan. 24. Influence of moisture conservation techniques and fertilizers on productivity of teak (Tectona grandis) in hill zone of Karnataka/A.G. Koppad and R.V. Rao. 25. Characteristics of vegetation litter and nutrient levels at different altitudes and seasons in upper Yamuna forests of Garhwal Himalayas/B.M. Dimri and M.N. Jha. 26. Studies on the effect of naphthalene acetic acid urea and zinc sulphate on fruit drop and quality of ber (Zizyphus mauritiana Lamk)/B. Yadav G.S. Rana and M.S. Joon. 27. Management of nursery diseases of multipurpose tree species in Central India/Jamaluddin and P.K. Chawdhry. 28. Effect of neem fruit at different maturation levels and depupled seeds on germination and vigour and its economic analysis/P. Masilamani S. Selvam and. Seller Inventory # 58533

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Edited by M.S. Tomar and B.S. Yadav

Published by Shree Pub (2010)

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About this Item: Shree Pub, 2010. Contents Preface Contributors 1 Performance appraisal of public and private sector banks during the post liberalization period in India MS Tomar 2 Extent and control analysis of NPAs of Indian banking industry BS Yadav 3 The key issues for furtherance of reforms on urban co operative banking Kaynat Tabassum 4 Profitability of RRBs and the issues for the sponsoring banks Krishan Kumar Yadav 5 Emerging approaches to combat the financial crisis in banking industry Humayun Masood 6 Evaluative analysis of consolidation of banks in India after new economic reforms KD Gaur and Rachita Rana 7 Banking sector reforms in India Shok Mittal Shaukat Haseen and Reena 8 Banking sector reforms in India some issues M Altaf Khan MK Nabi and Mohammed Arshad Khan 9 Emerging challenges in India banking Atvir Singh 10 Deposit mobilization by scheduled commercial banks during the banking sector reforms period BS Yadav and Km Priya Jain 11 A study of institutional credit for agricultural development in India economy Gajendra Singh 12 Recommendations of Narasimham Committee I and its impact on banking sector reforms Nandini Sharma and Anjali Chaudhary 13 Role of institutional agricultural credit and its implications in India Kavita Solanki 14 Impact of recommendations of Narasimham Committee I and II on banking industry Azra Bano 15 Indian banking sector running and reforms since its inception a review Aditya Gautam and Sachi Rana 16 An analysis of Raghuram Rajan Committee report of banking sector reforms in India Virendra Singh and Neeraj Chaudhary 17 Rationale strategy advancement and efficacy and future agenda during financial and banking sector reforms in India Vikas Garg 18 Non Performing Assets of public sector banks in India in post reform era HP Singh and Rajeev Pandey 19 Banking sector reforms and regional rural banks an overview Renu Tyagi 20 Information technology in banking industry with special reference to six sigma quality model AK Tomar and Vineeta Gupta 21 Banking sector reforms and efficiency of the banking sector in India RK Singhal Mohit Dhawan and Aakansha Uppal 22 Efficacy and future agenda for banking sector reforms Anil Gupta Jasvir Singh RK Agrawal and Atul Gupta 23 The liberalization policy of Gvt Of India with special reference to banking sector SK Gupta and VV Arya 24 Banking and financial sector reforms in India Mamta Chaudhary and AK Govila 25 An analysis of recommendations of Narasimham Committee I Archana Singhal and Virendra Tiwari 26 Approaching the Doorsil of recession banking sector reforms in the backdrop of recessional tendencies Sachi Rana 27 The changing banking environment and role of HRM Abhinanda Gautam 28 Non Performing Assets of scheduled commercial banks in India magnitude and control Richa Singh and Vineeta Sharma 29 Impacts of banking sector reforms on the Indian banking industry Manju Mittal 30 Financial stability of Indian banking sector in the context of global financial crisis Kamal Vir Tyagi and Suchi Tyagi 31 Banking reforms in IndiaAnju Garg 32 Banking sector reforms in India Renu Dubey Neetu Dubey and Mukesh Sharma 33 Non Performing Assets of scheduled commercial banks Archana Gupta 34 Appraisal of Indian banking system pre and post financial reforms Sachin Shrivastava and Anil Rajoria 35 Banking sector reforms in India problems and prospectives Shobha Jain and Hemlata 36 Banking sector reforms and its impact on the soundness of the banking sector Surbhi Mittal and Parul 37 Narasimham Committee I and its implications in Indian economy Haridutt Sharma and Lokesh Kumar 38 An analysis of Narasimham Committee II report Ruchi Rani and Meena 39 Efficacy and future agenda for banking sector reforms Rahul Garg 40 Banking sector reforms in India Garima Chaudhary 41 Impact of reforms on Indian banking industry Neetu Saini and Hemlata 42 Non Performing Assets NPAs of commercial banks problems and challenges Mukesh Kr Sharma and Jyotsana Chauhan 43 The banking system ad the securities scam of1992 and 2001AK G. Seller Inventory # 85070

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Meenu Agrawal

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Contributors. 1. Globalisation and its impact on Indian economy/Shyam Sunder Singh Chauhan and Sanjeev Bharadwaj. 2. Globalisation and the issues of poverty and unemployment/Neerja Sharma and A.K. Tomar. 3. Globalisation and its impact on agriculture and industry with special reference to economy of U.P./R.K. Agrawal. 4. Globalisation and its implications for Indian agriculture/Meenakshi Sharma and Roona. 5. Small scale industries in India in the globalisation era performance and prospects/Babita Agarwal and Sonika Singh. 6. Globalisation and its impact on agriculture with special reference to the economy of Uttar Pradesh/Renu Tyagi. 7. Effects of globalisation on organised industrial labour/Vineeta Gupta and Priya Varshney. 8. Impact of Globalisation on Indian agriculture with special reference to economy of Uttar Pradesh/Babita and Sudhir Sharma. 9. Impact of Globalisation on performance of banking sector in India/Krishan Kumar. 10. Multinational marketing risk and opportunity/Meenu Agrawal and Bhawana Tyagi. 11. Globalisation and its impact on industrial production in India/Dimple Rani. 12. Globalisation and sustainable development/Pratibha Kushwaha. 13. Impact of multinational enterprises on Indian economy/Rupesh Tyagi. 14. Globalisation and its impact on poverty and unemployment/Meenakshi Chopra and Shikha Varshney. 15. Effect of multinationals on public sector in Indian after globalisation/Shikha Varshney and Meenakshi Chopra. 16. Effect of multinationals on public sector in India after globalisation A case study of HTL Ltd./V.K. Malhotra and Nidhi Agrawal. 17. Multinational Companies and Foreign Direct Investment in India after Globalisation/Upasna Sharma. 18. GATT Opportunities and challenges for Indian Pharma Industry in the Post 2005 Era after globalisation/Punit Bhardwaj. 19. Globalisation and its impact on poverty in India/Virendra Singh. 20. Optical observations on the impacts of globalisation in the Indian context/Anil Gupta Jasvir Singh and Archana Vijayant. 21. Issues of poverty employment and globalisation with special reference to Uttar Pradesh/Sudhir Sharma and Akash Kumar. 22. Globalisation and its impact on Indian agriculture/Gajendra Singh. 23. Globalisation of Indian Banking Sector challenges and future prospects/R.K. Uppal and Rimpi Kaur. 24. Globalisation and its impact on Indian economy/Tarun Sharma and Meenakshi Sharma. 25. Indian Banking in the globalised era challenges and opportunities/Vipin Agrawal. 26. Multinational corporations and their impact on Indian industries/Benu Nayyar. 27. Role of Multinational Corporations in India's economic growth a critical analysis/Bhavna Agrawal. 28. Globalisation and its impact on Banking sector/Tulika Banerji and Sudhir Sharma. 29. WTO Regional economic integration an Indo China Perspective/G.M. Bhat. 30. Globalisation as a challenge and opportunities/Meenu Agrawal and Meenakshi Sharma. 31. Impact of Globalisation on Unemployment in India/Kaynat Tabassum. 32. Effects of Multinationals in India after globalisation/Neetu Dubey and J.P. Singh. 33. Globalisation and its impact on poverty and unemployment with special reference to economy of U.P./Ashima Kumar. 34. U.P. Economy glorious past and gloomy present globalisation era analysis/Ram Naresh Thakur. 35. Globalisation and its impact on public sector enterprises in India/Humayun Masood. 36. Effect of multinationals on public sector in India after globalisation/Ranju Narang. 37. What is globalisation some aspects/Meenu Agrawal. 38. Globalisation of poverty and unemployment in India/Jyotsna Chauhan and A.K. Tomar. 39. Economic performance of the states in reduction of poverty in pre and post reform period/Sarita Jain. 40. Financial reforms in globalisation an Indian perspective/Vipin Agrawal. 41. Impact of globalisation on poverty and unemployment evidence from Uttar Pradesh/Birendra Kumar Jha. 42. Globalisation and its impact on Indian education/Anupam Sharma. 43. Globalisation and sust. Seller Inventory # 67207

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2009)

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Second revised and enlarged edition. Contents Preface. 1. Germplasm introduction exchange collection/evaluation and conservation of medicinal and aromatic plants their export potential/B.P. Singh. 2. Intellectual property rights growth and competitiveness of Indian pharmaceutical industries/C.P. Malik. 3. Enhancing the export potential of medicinal plants through biodiversity conservation and development under multi adversity environment/M.L. Jakhar B.L. Kakralya S.J. Singh and Karan Singh. 4. Medicinal plants biodiversity conservation export potential and intellectual property rights/M.M. Bhandari. 5. Evaluation of cultivation and extraction practices of Guggulu [Commiphora Wightii (Arn) (Bhand)] at Guggul Herbal Farm Mangliawas/K.C. Audichya. 6. Green healers a review/Padma Kumar. 7. Rajasthan Bhils conserve biodiversity especially medicinal plants/V.S. Saxena. 8. Psyllium (Plantago Ovata F) its conservation and utilisation/R.K. Lal S.P.S. Khanuja and A.K. Agnihotri. 9. Conservation and cultivation of ethno medicinal plants in Jharkhand/Narsinha Dayal. 10. Observation on medicinal plant richness and associated conservation issues in district Kachchh Gujarat/C.S. Silori A.M. Dixit Leena Gupta and Nisha Mistry. 11. Medicinal plants a probe in the forests of Rajasthan/Satish Kumar Sharma. 12. Important diseases of medicinal and aromatic plants and their management practices/Anand Singh Rakesh Pandey and H.B. Singh. 13. Plants of potential medicinal value from Thar Desert India/Pawan K. Kasera Sher Mohammed and Jitendra K. Shukla. 14. Medicinal pteridophytes an overview/R.D. Dixit and Shweta Singh. 15. Propagation of important medicinal plants with special reference to Aravallian eco region/U.R. Siyol and S.K. Sharma. 16. Conservation and production of medicinal plants by cultivation I. Chlorophytum borivilianum sant. et Fernand/Vinita Sharma and Sandhya Tyagi. 17. Current advances in herbal based contraceptive research a worldwide scenario/A.S. Ansari and S.C. Joshi. 18. Plants with antioxidative properties in radioprotection with reference to Amaranthus and Spinacia/A.L. Bhatia and Manish Jain. 19. Medicinal plants need for protection/Tapan Mukherjee. 20. Potential medicinal plants botany medicinal uses and chemical constituents/P.C. Trivedi and Sampat Nehra. 21. Medicinal plant solutions to asthmatic problems/Gayatri J. Vaidya and Vincent K. Braganza S.J. 22. Biotechnological advances in some ethnomedicinal plant species/Kirti D'Souza. 23. Catharanthus roseus (Periwinckle) a potential drug source for cancer chemotherapy and biotechnological interventions/C.C. Giri Archana Giri and M. Lakshmi Narasu. 24. Role of secondary metabolites in defence mechanism of plants/Renu Sarin and Mala Agarwal. Index. From earliest times herbs have been used for pain relieving and health care needs. They have provided all the medicament to man and his domestic animals for a wide spectrum of ailments and to soothe his aches and pains. According to an estimate of the World Health Organization approximately 80 per cent of the people in developing countries rely chiefly on traditional medicines for primary health care needs a major portion of these involves the use of medicinal plants. Amongst the ancient civilisations India has been known to be a rich repository of medicinal plants the Rig Veda Yajur Veda Atharva Veda Charaka Samhita Sushruta Samhita described the properties and uses of plants. The knowledge of Medicinal Plants has expanded a lot in recent years. This second edition of the book Medicinal Plants Utilisation and Conservation contains 24 chapters covering holistic information on medicinal plants their utilisation conservation cultivation and diseases with special reference to the Indian scenario. A comprehensive account of current advances in herbal based contraceptive research Plants with anti oxidative properties Intellectual Property Right have added to the value of the book. This book provides adequate background and current information on medicinal plants. It will b. Seller Inventory # 72295

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