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S Venku Reddy; M Suryamani; K L Srivastava and T Goverdhan Reddy

Published by BSP Pub, Hyderabad (2004)

ISBN 10: 8178000741 ISBN 13: 9788178000749

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About this Item: BSP Pub, Hyderabad, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Importance of biotechnology for sustainable agriculture 1. Importance of biotechnology for sustainable agriculture/S.V. Reddy M. Suryamani K.L. Srivastava T.G. Reddy and G. Anuradha. 2. Agricultural biotechnology in the present Indian context/M.V. Rao. 3. Biotechnology for sustainable agriculture challenges and opportunities/William D. Dar. 4. Biotechnology for crop improvement facets prospects and challenges/Mangala Rai. 5. Strategies for public awareness on biotechnology for sustainable agriculture/V.L. Chopra. II. Different forms of biotechnology 6. Biofertilizers/P. Ranga Reddy. 7. Botanical pesticides/G. Srimannarayana. 8. Biopesticides/P.S. Vimala Devi. 9. Plant tissue culture technology/B. Venkateswarlu.10. Animal vaccines and other recent advances/M. Ramakrishna Rao. 11. GM technology in agriculture/N.P. Sarma and S.M. Balachandran. III. Issues in biotechnology applications 12. Socio economic and ethical implications of various agricultural biotechnology interventions/K.P.C. Rao. 13. Indian rules and developments in transgenic organisms and cartagena protocol on biosafety/P.K. Ghosh. 14. Current status of transgenic crops in India/C.R. Bhatia. 15. Pre and post release monitoring of GMOs/J.S. Bentur. 16. Biotechnology and construction of safety parameters/E. Haribabu. 17. Intellectual property right in agricultural biotechnology implications for entrepreneurs and farmers/B. Venkateswarlu. 18. Genetic engineering in crop improvement/P.B. Kirti. IV. Partnership and communication strategies 19. Collaboration between public and private sector in biotechnology R & D/N.P. Sarma and B.B.R.S. Visarada. 20. Communication strategies and linkages for agricultural biotechnology sustainability/M.N. Reddy. Views of stakeholders about agricultural biotechnology. Workshop recommendations. Index. Biotechnology applications in the field of agriculture have high potential to provide large benefits to the farming community consumers and agribusiness sectors on a sustainable basis. In spite of this potential the utilization of these technologies in India is quite low. Hence there is a need for promoting public awareness and education on different aspects of these technologies and their proper utilization. This book based on a series of workshops seeks to inform readers about the present situation and growing opportunities for applying different forms of biotechnology in Indian agriculture. The contributors of the papers of this book are all in high positions and well experienced in agricultural biotechnology in different spheres. 281 pp. Seller Inventory # 54732

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Rohan D\'Souza

Published by Orient Blackswan (2012)

ISBN 10: 8125045066 ISBN 13: 9788125045069

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About this Item: Orient Blackswan, 2012. Pbk. Contents  IntroductionRohan D?Souza Section I Stories for Our Time Technology as the Anti-Hero 1 Safety First Kaiga and Other Nuclear StoriesM V Ramana and Ashwin Kumar 2 A Biotechnology Story Notes from IndiaShiv Visvanathan and Chandrika Parmar 3 Overfishing along Kerala Coast Causes and Consequences John Kurien and T R Thankappan Achari Section II Development Solutions become Political Questions  4 Desalination in Chennai What About the Poor and the EnvironmentGregor Meerganz von Medeazza 5 Eucalyptus WhyMahasveta Devi 6 Other Side of New IndustrialisationG Vijay  Section III Rewiring Technology to Debate Justice and Equity 7 Sustainable Transport Systems Linkages between Environmental Issues Public Transport Non-Motorised Transport and SafetyDinesh Mohan and Geetam Tiwari 8 The Global Warming Regime after 2012 Towards a New FocusPhilippe Cullet 9 Political Architecture of India?s Technology System for Solar EnergyBarbara Harriss-White Sunali Rohra and Nigel Singh Section IV Rethinking Agriculture as Ecological Relationships 10 Agricultural Development and Ecological Degradation; An Analytical FrameworkC H Hanumantha Rao 11 Real Estate and Agricultural Wetlands in KeralaP P Nikhil Raj and P A Azeez 12 Peri-Urban Agriculture and AquacultureRahul Gupta and Sumita Gupta Gangopadhyay Section V Livelihoods versus Lifestyles 13 Big Dams Big Floods On Predatory DevelopmentHiren Gohain 14 Amusement Parks versus People?s LivelihoodArundhuti Roy Choudhury 15 Technological Alternatives and the Indian Energy CrisisAmulya Kumar N Reddy and K Krishna Prasad Section VI Space against Place Eliminating Locality 16 Dwelling on Morichjhanpi When Tigers Became ?Citizens? Refugees Tiger-FoodAnnu Jalais 17 Drinking Water Crisis in Kutch A Natural PhenomenonCharul Bharwada and Vinay Mahajan 18 Emerging Cityscapes and Environmental IssuesSudha Srivastava and Dipti Mukherji 19 Mine Now Mine ForeverManshi Asher Section VII Environment Technology and Development Towards the Big Questions 20 Political Economy of Ecology MovementsJayanta Bandyopadhyay and Vandana Shiva 21 Energy Policy for Rural IndiaArjun Makhijani 22 Poverty Environment DevelopmentA View from Gandhi?s Window L C JainDrawn from the  rich archival holdings of the Economic and Political Weekly the essays in this volume capture the intense discussions in India that were debated as problems and questions over the environment technology and development As a collection this volume proposes a fresh and new analytical coherence for these essays by resituating  them with an engaging  introduction under the broader themes of criticality and subversion Consequently these writings will speak not only to several contemporary academic and policy concerns but are also meant to provide a meaningful sense of how ideas on the environment technology and development were interrelated and shaped in various types of political discourses in India most notably from the 1970s onwardsThis volume is intended to address the needs of a rapidly growing interest in interdisciplinary programmes and will also carry appeal amongst development and policy practitioners and those who wish to pursue interdisciplinary research questions 404 pp. Seller Inventory # 102516

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R S Reddy

Published by Mohit Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8174453628 ISBN 13: 9788174453624

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About this Item: Mohit Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Biotechnology an introduction. 2. Biotechnology computing and clustering. 3. Biotechnology in the creation of the new family. 4. Legal issues and problems in biotechnology. 5. Growth of biotechnology in world. 6. Significance of clustering in biotechnology. 7. Conservation and sustainable utilisation of biotechnology and bioprospecting. 8. Measurement and comparison between computing and biotechnology. 9. Biotechnology in India. Bibliography. Index. Biotechnology has different meanings to different people. Some define biotechnology as the use and exploitation of microorganisms to produce products of industrial or commercial interest like beer brewing cheese making and production of sour milk. Biotechnology seems to take the sudden biological new revolution. Its importance comes from that it brought us by a world of organized the products that are based in the natural world to the place of on the chemical and industrial procedures. 232 pp. Seller Inventory # 62678

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A Vinayak Reddy and G Bhaskar

Published by New Century, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8177080865 ISBN 13: 9788177080865

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About this Item: New Century, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Globalisation rural transformation/V.R. Panchamukhi. 2. Is rural India shining/S. Mahendra Dev. 3. Rural employment in Andhra Pradesh emerging issues and challenges/S. Sudhakar Reddy. 4. Globalisation and plundering of Indian agriculture/K.R. Chowdry. 5. Liberalisation and agricultural sector in India and Karnataka/R.S. Deshpande. 6. Challenges of agro biotechnologies IPR globalization and rural transformation/Pranav N. Desai. 7. Globalisation agricultural growth and rural poverty in India/S.S.P. Sharma. 8. Emerging technologies and sustainable agriculture rural transformation issues of India/Dhulasi Birundha Varadarajan. 9. Changing Agrarian conditions and farmers distress in Andhra Pradesh/C. Ratnam and K. Annie Nirmala. 10. State of rural transformation in India/M. Sundara Rao and A. Sailaja Devi. 11. Dynamics of rural poverty and unemployment/K. Nageswara Rao. 12. Small scale industries in the era of globalisation an explorative study/M. Jaya Krishna. 13. Globalisation in retrospect and prospect/V.V. Reddy. 14. Globalisation and transformation of rural India an analysis of rural labour and poverty/Prankrishna Pal. 15. Globalisation challenges to Indian agriculture/A. Vinayak Reddy G. Bhaskar and M. Yadagira Charyulu. 16. Globalisation of Indian agriculture reflections on food security and international trade/R. Shashi Kumar. 17. Micro enterprises in the era of globalisation a case of Khadi and village industries/T.L.N. Swamy. 18. Globalization agricultural sector and decentralised development in India/Dhivendranath Konar. 19. India and World Trade Organization agreement on agriculture issues and impacts/J. Rajeswar Rao. 20. Globalisation problems and prospects/C.S. Meena. Emergence of WTO and the series of deliberations under Uruguay round have changed the world economic order. Indian government has shelved the earlier protectionist policies and opened up the economy to the world market. Undoubtedly this has helped the Indian economy to recoup its strength with the flow of international capital and technology resulting in a robust economic position. The economy is moving steadily with more than 6 per cent GDP growth rate for the last two decades or so. However the new economic order has posed severe challenges to the agricultural and rural sectors of the economy. The biased attitude of the government towards service and industrial sectors has relegated agriculture to the backdrop. Agricultural operations have become highly cost prone. Commercialisation and capitalization of agriculture has increased the debt burden of the small and marginal farmers who have meagre access to institutional credit. The process of globalisation has adversely affected the rural artisans too. Lack of demand for the traditional rural industries flow of foreign goods high tech production processes have resulted in large scale unemployment. The present book attempts to highlight the challenges posed by globalisation to the agriculture sector and rural development efforts and the consequent impact on rural poverty food security and employment situation. Macro and micro level observations on the above issues dealt with in this book will give valuable insight into current issues and problems related to rural economy of India. 397 pp. Seller Inventory # 56368

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R.C. Rajak (Ed.)

Published by Scientific Publishers (2002)

ISBN 10: 8172333145 ISBN 13: 9788172333140

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. This volume is a compilation of selected papers presented and contributed by Indian and Foreign authors at the International symposium held during November 1998 at Department of Biological Science, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur. The theme of the symposium was ``Microbial Biotechnology for Sustainable Development and Productivity``. This symposium was intended to provide a platform for microbiologists and biotechnologists for discussing and reviewing the emerging trends in microbial biotechnology in view of global perspectives, for its application in agriculture, industry, environment and health. The proceedings contain four sections with 55 articles, which may be of great help to researchers, scientists, teachers and postgraduate students. Contents: Section - 1 AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY 1. Organic Farming vs Sustrainable Production - Harbans Kaur Kehri and Sudhir Chandra 2. Biological Action of Herbicides on Cyanobacteria : An Overview - Surendra Singh, Pallavi Datta and Rekha Patel 3. Research Priorities in Relation to Pathogens Posing Problem in Forestry Practices - Jamaluddin 4. Mycorrhizae in Ecosystems : An Ecofriendly Approach for Improved Plant Growth - S.K. Dwivedi and P. Dwivedi 5. Exploiting Mycorrhiza for Oilseed Crop Production - Anil Prakash and Vandana Tandon 6. Heterogenicity in the Distribution of Endomycorrhizal Species in Sweet Potato Soils of India - V.S. Harikumar and V.P. Potty 7. Effect of Aluminium on Mineral Nutrition of the Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Cantharellus Cibarius - M. Sudhakaran Reddy, Ajay Pandey, N. Tejprakash and V. Ramamurthy 8. Utilization of Region Specific Cyanobacteria as Biofertilizer for Rice - A Case Study - Siha P. Adhikary 9. Isolation and Screening of Azospirillum Strains for Developing Biofertilizer for Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) - R.P. Singh, G.R. Lawanaya and A. Vaishmpayan 10. Negative (Stimulatory) Allelopathy of Lantana Camara L. on Linseed var. Kiran - P. Oudhia, S.S. Kolhe and R.S. Tripathi 11. Gene Transfer Through Somatic Hybridization in Brassicas - R.P. Singh, B.K. Prasad, S.P. Singh and B.D. Singh 12. Selection of Azotobacter Strains for Growth And Survival Under Stress Conditions - Nirmala Agarwal and H.P. Singh 13. A Highly Efficient Micropropagation Protocol of Teak (Tectona Grandis L.) - S.K. Tiwari, E.A. Siril and K.P. Tiwari 14. Pesticide Tolerance by Common Non-Heterocystous Filamentous Cyanobacteria of Rice Fields of Uttar Pradesh - O.N. Tiwari and G.L. Tiwari 15. Eucalyptus Auciflora : A Potential Source of Sustainable, Ecofriendly Storage Pesticide - Amritesh Chandra Shukla Shahi and Anupam Dikshit 16. A Biocontrol Formulation for Post Emergence Damping-Off of Moringa Pterygosperma - N.S.K. Harsh and B.M. Ojha 17. Need for Strain Improvement of Plant Growth Promoting Fungi to Increase Growth and Yield of Crops - Bharat Rai and T. Santavir Singh 18. Induction of Callus and Organogenesis from Cultured Shoot Apex for the Micropropagation of Cestrum Nocturum Linn. - Manju Kumari, Manoj Kumar, J.D. Choudhary and L.N. Shukla 19. Cloning of Nitate Reductase Gene (Nia) of Aspergillus Niger and It`s Use for Transformation of Beauveria Bassiana - J.R. Kinghorn, Shiela E. Unkles R.C. Rajak, G. Venkateswerlu and S.S. Sandhu 20. Microbial Quality of Osmo-Dehydrated Banana - P. Heartwin, Amala Dhas, K. Thangavel, Z. John Kennedy and R. Kailappan 21. Natural Incidence of Toxigenic Aspergillus Flavus Ink Strains on the Surface of Preharvest Jujube Fruits (Ziziphus Mauritiana Lamk) - Yash Paul Singh and Geeta Sumbali 22. Algalization Studies on Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) - S.B. Angadi Jagannath Umapati Dengi and Eshwarlal Sedamakar 23. Management of Mango Leaf Litter Using Microorganisms - P.D. Desai and K.J. Shah 24. Effect of Azotobacter Inoculation and Nitrogen Leaves on Growth and Yield of Radish (Raphanus Sativus L.) - O. Basavaraju, A.R. Printed Pages: 370. Seller Inventory # 64206

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R K Trivedy and Sadhana Sharma

Published by BS Pub, Hyderabad (2005)

ISBN 10: 8178000903 ISBN 13: 9788178000909

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About this Item: BS Pub, Hyderabad, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Removal of heavy metals by wetlands/Himanshu Joshi and Md. Shafiqul Islam. 2. Phytoremediation of metals by Azolla Rubra/K.J. Shiny K.N. Remani E. Nirmala and V.K. Sasidharan. 3. Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils role of natural and synthetic chelatins/Moyukh Ghosh and S.P. Singh. 4. Modelling of air lift bio reactor with external magnetic field/Amit K. Harode Rahul A. Patil R.L. Sonolikar and S.L. Pandharipande. 5. Chemical composition of vermicompost and vermimeal (biomass) produced by the epigeic earthworm eisenia foetida in semiarid region of Karnataka/Pulikeshi M. Biradar and S.D. Amoji. 6. Phytoremediation of RDX to HMX by ophiophogon blackei and lycopersicon sps/Sarvar Khan Satinder K. Brar and Kshipra Misra. 7. Use of phosphate solubilizing bacteria for supplementing. Phosphorus in transplanted rice/P.K. Deka and H.C. Bhattacharyya. 8. An underground daily fed field plant for biogas production from undiluted cattle dung/R.K. Malik. 9. Removal of Chromium (VI) by natural renewable resources/R.K. Srivastava A.K. Ayachi and Mona Mishra. 10. Micro organisms and their role in phosphate solubilization/H.C. Lakshman P.A. Hosamani and L.B. Kadam. 11. Plants for bioremediation of contaminated land/Moyukh Ghosh and S.P. Singh. 12. Vermicomposting of kitchen wastes/A.K. Sannigrahi and S. Chakrabortty. 13. Chromium uptake by rice potential for phytoremediation of contaminated chromite mine environment/S. Sayed B.N. Sahoo and H.K. Patra. 14. Cyanobacteria (Blue Green Algae) biofertilizer for rice/Siba P. Adhikary. 15. Waste management by vermiculture at global level using earthworms/R.K. Srivastava and Purnima A. Beohar. 16. Biosorption of heavy metals by microbes (a review)/Indu Bajwa and Anjali Pandey. 17. Legumes importance in the revegetation of overburden dumps/Kumar Nikhil. 18. Anaerobic treatment a method for deinking news paper waste/Pradnya Navalkar and R.H. Balasubramanya. 19. Enrichment of lignocellulosic materials with microbial proteins by solid state fermentation an inexpensive method of preparing cattle feed/A.A. Kathe and R.H. Balasubramanya. 20. Phyto remediation of organic pollutants/Jitender Sharma Vikram Saini Avtar Singh and Narender Singh. 21. Phytoremediation of soil contaminated with heavy metals/Rajesh Kumar Jitender Sharma and Parshant Gaur. 22. Sludge Granulation Processes in Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) reactors/Jitender Sharma Avtar Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 23. Biodegradation of lignin a search for valuable products/P. Malliga and V. Viswajith. 24. Enzymatic cotton delinting an attempt to utilize linters as a byproduct/R.B. Somani V.R. Gupta and Ritu Thakare. 25. A review of phytoremediation technology a quest for clean and green environment/Satinder K. Brar Surekha Parthasarathy and Kshripa Misra. 26. Bioaerosols in environmental perspective/P. Chandra Mouli S. Jayarama Reddy and S. Venkata Mohan. 27. Eco friendly utilization of biocolours as a redeemer to curb artificial dye pollution/K. Mallika and A. Lakshmanan. 28. Studies on phytoremediation of soil contaminated with nitro compounds/Sarvar Khan S.K. Singh and Satinder K. Brar. 29. Biopesticides use a future trend in agriculture/M.H. Fulekar. 30. Use of earthworms for sound environment and sustainable agriculture/P.K. Deka H.C. Bhattacharya and S.K. Paul. 31. Removal and reuse of iron from industrial waste waters using microorganisms/Asha Lata Singh and P.N. Sarmac. 32. Chemical composition of vermicompost and vermimeal (biomass) produced by the epigeic earthworm eisenia foetida in semiarid region of Karnataka/Pulikeshi M. Biradar and S.D. Amoji. 33. Biofouling and marine environmental biotechnology/V. Wilsanand. 34. Periodic discontinuous biological operation to enhance process efficiency of wastewater remediation/S. Venkata Mohan N. Chandrasekhara Rao and P.N. Sharma. 35. Water hyacinth a green tool for the sustainable development of coalfield areas/Kumar Nikhil. 36. Identifying specialist microbial cultures. Seller Inventory # 58940

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R.C. Rajak (Ed.)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. This volume is a compilation of selected papers presented and contributed by Indian and Foreign authors at the International symposium held during November 1998 at Department of Biological Science, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur. The theme of the symposium was ``Microbial Biotechnology for Sustainable Development and Productivity``. This symposium was intended to provide a platform for microbiologists and biotechnologists for discussing and reviewing the emerging trends in microbial biotechnology in view of global perspectives, for its application in agriculture, industry, environment and health. The proceedings contain four sections with 55 articles, which may be of great help to researchers, scientists, teachers and postgraduate students. Contents: Section - 1 AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY 1. Organic Farming vs Sustrainable Production - Harbans Kaur Kehri and Sudhir Chandra 2. Biological Action of Herbicides on Cyanobacteria : An Overview - Surendra Singh, Pallavi Datta and Rekha Patel 3. Research Priorities in Relation to Pathogens Posing Problem in Forestry Practices - Jamaluddin 4. Mycorrhizae in Ecosystems : An Ecofriendly Approach for Improved Plant Growth - S.K. Dwivedi and P. Dwivedi 5. Exploiting Mycorrhiza for Oilseed Crop Production - Anil Prakash and Vandana Tandon 6. Heterogenicity in the Distribution of Endomycorrhizal Species in Sweet Potato Soils of India - V.S. Harikumar and V.P. Potty 7. Effect of Aluminium on Mineral Nutrition of the Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Cantharellus Cibarius - M. Sudhakaran Reddy, Ajay Pandey, N. Tejprakash and V. Ramamurthy 8. Utilization of Region Specific Cyanobacteria as Biofertilizer for Rice - A Case Study - Siha P. Adhikary 9. Isolation and Screening of Azospirillum Strains for Developing Biofertilizer for Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) - R.P. Singh, G.R. Lawanaya and A. Vaishmpayan 10. Negative (Stimulatory) Allelopathy of Lantana Camara L. on Linseed var. Kiran - P. Oudhia, S.S. Kolhe and R.S. Tripathi 11. Gene Transfer Through Somatic Hybridization in Brassicas - R.P. Singh, B.K. Prasad, S.P. Singh and B.D. Singh 12. Selection of Azotobacter Strains for Growth And Survival Under Stress Conditions - Nirmala Agarwal and H.P. Singh 13. A Highly Efficient Micropropagation Protocol of Teak (Tectona Grandis L.) - S.K. Tiwari, E.A. Siril and K.P. Tiwari 14. Pesticide Tolerance by Common Non-Heterocystous Filamentous Cyanobacteria of Rice Fields of Uttar Pradesh - O.N. Tiwari and G.L. Tiwari 15. Eucalyptus Auciflora : A Potential Source of Sustainable, Ecofriendly Storage Pesticide - Amritesh Chandra Shukla Shahi and Anupam Dikshit 16. A Biocontrol Formulation for Post Emergence Damping-Off of Moringa Pterygosperma - N.S.K. Harsh and B.M. Ojha 17. Need for Strain Improvement of Plant Growth Promoting Fungi to Increase Growth and Yield of Crops - Bharat Rai and T. Santavir Singh 18. Induction of Callus and Organogenesis from Cultured Shoot Apex for the Micropropagation of Cestrum Nocturum Linn. - Manju Kumari, Manoj Kumar, J.D. Choudhary and L.N. Shukla 19. Cloning of Nitate Reductase Gene (Nia) of Aspergillus Niger and It`s Use for Transformation of Beauveria Bassiana - J.R. Kinghorn, Shiela E. Unkles R.C. Rajak, G. Venkateswerlu and S.S. Sandhu 20. Microbial Quality of Osmo-Dehydrated Banana - P. Heartwin, Amala Dhas, K. Thangavel, Z. John Kennedy and R. Kailappan 21. Natural Incidence of Toxigenic Aspergillus Flavus Ink Strains on the Surface of Preharvest Jujube Fruits (Ziziphus Mauritiana Lamk) - Yash Paul Singh and Geeta Sumbali 22. Algalization Studies on Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) - S.B. Angadi Jagannath Umapati Dengi and Eshwarlal Sedamakar 23. Management of Mango Leaf Litter Using Microorganisms - P.D. Desai and K.J. Shah 24. Effect of Azotobacter Inoculation and Nitrogen Leaves on Growth and Yield of Radish (Raphanus Sativus L.) - O. Basavaraju, A.R. Printed Pages: 370. Seller Inventory # 64206

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H.R. Singh,P. Nautiyal

Published by Narendra Publishing House (2009)

ISBN 10: 8190609173 ISBN 13: 9788190609173

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Research and Development the needs of students, teachers, scientists, administrators and policy makers interested in teaching, Research and development in aquatic Ecology and Environmental sciences. The theme articles in this Book have been written by Expert authors. The book deals with Biodiversity in the widest sense, ranging from the Holistic accounts of diversity in lake and River Environments in Central India, time Scale changes in wetlands at, of Kolkata, Fish diversity in Indian highlands, Assam, in particular icthyo-faunal diversity off at Goa?s Coast, Brachyuran diversity in coastal ecosystems to characterization of Structural diversity and diversity of air-breathing Fishes with respect to accessory respiratory organs. The ecological aspects include the use of plankton and benthic macro Invertebrates as indicators of eutrophication, ecology of the Ox-Bow Lakes, reservoir, Thermal springs, ecological assessment of Rabindra Sarover and environmental biotechnology. Some interesting Topics such as role of pheromones in the reproductive behaviour in fish, conservation and development of mahseer fishery, larval rearing of Tropical clownfish, methods to assess fish Population dynamics and effect of Metals on phosphatases system and protein content of a Marine edible crab. Table of Contents Preface List of Contributors 1. Biodiversity of some Aquatic Environments in Central India/S.K. Kulshrestha 2. Diversity and Densities of Benthic Macroinvertebrates as Biotic Indicators of Eutrophication/M.V. Reddy 3. Phytoplankton Dynamics in a Shallow, Eutrophic Man-Made Lake in Delhi : Relationships Between Species Composition and Environmental Factors/J. Arora and N.K. Mehra 4. Macrophytic Association of Epiphytic Microflora and Fauna of some Beels of Eastern U.P/S. Prakash and K. Srivastava 5. Time Scale Evaluation and use of Traditional Practices to Reclaim and Enhance Biodiversity/S.K. Ghosh 6. Fish Diversity in the Oriental Highlands of the Indian Subcontinent/P. Nautiyal and H.R. Singh 7. Conservation and Development of Mahseer Fishery in Shyamlatal Lake/C.B. Joshi, Shyam Sunder, P. Sanga and A.U. Khan 8. Ichthyofaunal Diversity of Assam : Resource Development/S.P. Biswas, M. Choudhury and S. Boruah 9. Ecological Assessment of a National Lake Rabindra Sarover, Kolkata/A. Roy, T. Saha, S.S. Majumdar, M. Mukherjee and P.B. Ghosh 10. Comparative Account of Plankton Ecology of Perennial and Seasonal Reservoir/A.K. Laal, K. Srnastava and R.S. Panwar 11. Estuarine Biodiversity : Facts and a Few thoughts/M.N. Madhyastha, P.D. Rekha and S. Hande 12. Marine Biodiversity of the Indian Seas and its Sustainable Management/Z.A. Ansari 13. Brachyuran Diversity in Coastal Ecosystems of Tamil Nadu/M.K. Dev Roy, S. Bhadra and N.C. Nandi 14. Temporal Variations in the Ichthyo-Faunal Diversity off Goa`s Coast/M.R. Borkar and N. Komarpant 15. Biodiversity of Air-Breathing Fishes and Structural Evolution of their Accessory Respiratory Organs/J.S. Datta Munshi 16. Steroid Sulphate Fraction of Preovulatory Ovarian Extract Functions as Releasing Pheromone in Male Barilius Bendelisis (Ham.)/M.S. Sajwan, J.P. Bhatt and R. Nautiyal 17. Breeding History of a Hillstream Carp Barilius Barna (Ham.) from Garhwal Himalaya India/A.K. Dobriyal, A.K. Bahuguna, N. Kumar, M.S. Bisht, C.B. Kotnala, K.L. Bisht and H.R. Singh 18. A Study on the Fecundity of Notopterous Notopterous (Pallas)/M.A. Khan 19. Morpho-Embryonic Development in Artificially Fertilized Zygote of Snowtrout Schizothorax Richardsonii (Gray)/S.N. Bahuguna, M.N. Thapliyal and S. Misra 20. Spawing and Larval Rearing Technique for Tropical Clownfish Amphiprion Sebae Under Captive Conditions/M. Sakthivel and G. Ramathilagam 21. Studies on the Treatments of Industrial Effluents by Biologically Modified Bioadsorbent - A Novel Method/M. Singanan 22. Effect of Biophysico-Chemical Fa Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 63922

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H.R. Singh,P. Nautiyal

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R.S. Reddy

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R C Ram and Asha Sinha

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Legume Rhizobia symbiosis in sustainable agriculture/A. Hemantaranjan. 2. Diversity in fungi associated with seeds/M.N. Khare and M.S. Bhale. 3. Use of various agricultural residues and by products for mushroom cultivation a review/R.C. Ram. 4. Biodegradation of rice residues by soil mycoflora in rice wheat cropping system/Vibha and Asha Sinha. 5. Diversity in stripe rust flora and matching genes in wheat the Indian scenario/V.C. Sinha Rajiv K. Sharma and Sanjay Kumar. 6. Fungi and grain storage in tropics/Jai Prakash Rai Alok Kumar Singh Raghavendra Singh and Asha Sinha. 7. Indigenous soil microbial biodiversity key to sustainable agriculture/D.P. Singh and B.K. Sarma. 8. Role of microbial biocontrol agents in insect pest management/Nitin Joshi and Manoj Kumar Pandey. 9. Induced resistance a biotechnology approach for induction of defense related molecules in plant disease management/Anuj Kumar Vinod Kumar and R.N. Kharwar. 10. Micronutrients key for disease management/Raghavendra Singh Jai Prakash Rai and Alok Kumar Singh. 11. Postharvest diseases strategies and management/R.C. Ram. 12. Rhizoctonia solani in reference to banded leaf and sheath blight of maize/Alok Kumar Singh Jai Prakash Rai and Satish Chand Saxena. 13. Rhizobium a potential biofertilizer/Neerja Asthana and Niranjen Kumar. 14. Participatory production of Trichoderma/Ramesh Chand Chanda Kushwaha V.K. Chandola and A.K. Joshi. 15. Characterization of plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR)/S. Ameer Basha B.K. Sarma K. Annapurna Senthil and U.P. Singh. 16. Screening of sunflower genotypes for resistance or tolerance against alternaria blight/A.V.V. Reddy C.V.C.M. Reddy U. Rajeswari B. Sinha and C. Appunu. 17. Effect of glomus fasciculatum AM fungus and nitrogens on biomass yield Chlorophyll juice and sucrose contest of saccharum officinarum L./Kamal Prasad and R.S. Bilgrami. 18. Morphology and pathogenicity of isolates of fusarium moniliforme causing Pokkah Boeng disease of sugarcane in Maharashtra/A.S. Patil Hema Singh S.R. Sharma and G.P. Rao. 19. Management of root knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) on Lentil (lens esculenta monch.)/Amar Bahadur D.P. Singh and Pramila Gupta. 20. Studies on some dominant species of aspergilli isolated from soil of rice wheat cropping system/Asha Sinha P.S. Kalhapure and Rakesh K. Singh. 21. Evolution of casing media for cultivation of agaricus bisporus (lange) imbach/T.S. Shandiliya and R.S. Jarial. 22. Stain improvement in oyster mushroom (pleurotus spp.)/Mithilesh Kumar Harsh Kumar and Dayaram. 23. Development of new sterilization techniques of substrate for oyster mushroom/R.C. Ram and Deepak Gupta. 24. Comparative efficiency of various substrates and supplements on growth behaviour and yield potential of pleurotus florida/K.K. Gautam and R.C. Ram. 25. New trends in identification of VA mycorrhizal fungi/Sudhir Chandra H.K. Kehri Rollie Verma and Sudha Singh. Subject index. Author index. The scope of microbiology has enlarged tremendously during last 25 30 years. The present volume deals about the microbial diversity comprising 25 reviews papers and research papers from outstanding scientists of India. This will provide a new sight in basic and applied research related to plants and microbial diversity. The primary goal of preparing this volume is to present a balanced view of the diversity of issues that related to the microbial diversity and provide the fundamental information that will allow students and scientists to understand the complexities of those issues. This book is suitable for students of post graduate research scholars senior research fellow and research associate in mycology microbiology plant pathology plant bacteriology and plant protection. It will also be extremely useful to the teachers instructors and scientists engaged in pursuit higher knowledge in this area. 316 pp. Seller Inventory # 63447

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D.J. Bagyaraj, K.V.B.R. Tilak & H.K. Kehri (Eds)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Since their very first appearance on this planet, the microorganisms have benefitted 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 ecosystems. This 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, who is well known for his concern to the microbes and made significant contributions in exploring their beneficial activities in different ecosystems. The book contains 31 articles written by distinguished scientists of the country having expertise in dealing with the microbes and exploiting their potential for the benefits of mankind. The articles included in the book are thought provocating and deals with: the topics of Taxonomy, Diversity and Applications of VAM fungi in different Ecosystems Applications of Microbial Technology for Treatment of effluents of a Gelatine Factory, Biodiversity of Mycotoxigenic Fungi and Trichoderma, Useful microbes of Mangrove Ecosystem, Extremophiles, PGPRs, Phytotoxins, Litter decomposition, Biopesticides, Botanical Pesticides, biofertilizers and so many others including major concerns about the Evolution and Conservation of Microbial Biodiversity. Contents Dedication Preface List of Contributors Chapter 01: Microbial Bio-Diversity, Evolution and Conservation: Major Concerns and Missing Links by H. N. Gour, S.M. Paul Khurana and K. Joshi Chapter 02: Soil Organisms: Key Factor to Plant and Soil Health by Raghvendra Pratap Narayan and Pallavi Rai Chapter 03: Taxonomy of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi with Special Reference to Glomus Species by Ashok Aggarwal, Anju Tanwar, Neetu and R.S. Mehrotra Chapter 04: Diversity of PGPR Microbes in Pesticides Degradation by V.C. Khilare, S.N. Kanade, A.B. Ade and L.V. Gangawane Chapter 05: Application of State-of-the-Art Microbial Biotechnology Coupled with Phycoremedial Measures for the Treatment of Secondary Liquid Effluents of a Gelatine Manufacturing Industry by Sudhir D. Ghatnekar and Santosh M. Sharma Chapter 06: Biodiversity in Mycotoxigenic Fungi by S.M. Reddy, S. Girisham and V. Koteswara Rao Chapter 07: Diversity of Nematodes and their Problems in Agroecosystem by S.P.Tiwari and M.N.Khare Chapter 08: Potentials of Trichoderma as Biocontrol Agent, its Ecology and Biodiversity by D. K. Agarwal, and R. K. Sharma Chapter 09: Litter Decomposition in Tropical Humid Forest by Pranita Borah and G.D. Sharma Chapter 10: Microbes and Green Technology: Soil Plant Microbe Interaction Perspective by Jamaluddin and Anuj Kumar Singh Chapter 11: Mangrove Ecosystem: A Marine Resource for Useful Microorganism by Nibha Gupta, Uday Chand Basak and Ajay Kumar Mohapatra Chapter 12: Fungi of Indoor Environment-A Qualitative Study by Deepmala Pandey and Nisha Misra Chapter 13: Rhizosphere Biotechnology: Strategies for Biocontrol of Aflatoxin Production in Maize Crop by A.K. Roy, N. L. Mandal and S. Roy Chapter 14: Algal Component in Lichen Formation: A Review by Navneet Kaur and M. P. Sharma Chapter 15: Mycorrhizal Diversity in Different Ecosystems by R.S. Upadhyay, R. Raghuwanshi and Akhilesh Kumar Chapter 16: Biodegradation of Green Manure by Soil Mycoflora by Asha Sinha and Manisha Srivastava Chapter 17: Relationship of Soil Nutrients with Plant Pathogens and Diseases Caused by Them by M.N. Khare Chapter 18: Mycorrhizal Symbiosis : A New Dimension for Agriculture and Environmental Development to Improve Production in Sustainable Manner byKamal Prasad and A.K. Pandey Chapter 19: Botanical Pesticid Printed Pages: 706. Seller Inventory # 65794

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D.J. Bagyaraj, K.V.B.R. Tilak & H.K. Kehri (Eds)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Since their very first appearance on this planet, the microorganisms have benefitted 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 ecosystems. This 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, who is well known for his concern to the microbes and made significant contributions in exploring their beneficial activities in different ecosystems. The book contains 31 articles written by distinguished scientists of the country having expertise in dealing with the microbes and exploiting their potential for the benefits of mankind. The articles included in the book are thought provocating and deals with: the topics of Taxonomy, Diversity and Applications of VAM fungi in different Ecosystems Applications of Microbial Technology for Treatment of effluents of a Gelatine Factory, Biodiversity of Mycotoxigenic Fungi and Trichoderma, Useful microbes of Mangrove Ecosystem, Extremophiles, PGPRs, Phytotoxins, Litter decomposition, Biopesticides, Botanical Pesticides, biofertilizers and so many others including major concerns about the Evolution and Conservation of Microbial Biodiversity. Contents Dedication Preface List of Contributors Chapter 01: Microbial Bio-Diversity, Evolution and Conservation: Major Concerns and Missing Links by H. N. Gour, S.M. Paul Khurana and K. Joshi Chapter 02: Soil Organisms: Key Factor to Plant and Soil Health by Raghvendra Pratap Narayan and Pallavi Rai Chapter 03: Taxonomy of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi with Special Reference to Glomus Species by Ashok Aggarwal, Anju Tanwar, Neetu and R.S. Mehrotra Chapter 04: Diversity of PGPR Microbes in Pesticides Degradation by V.C. Khilare, S.N. Kanade, A.B. Ade and L.V. Gangawane Chapter 05: Application of State-of-the-Art Microbial Biotechnology Coupled with Phycoremedial Measures for the Treatment of Secondary Liquid Effluents of a Gelatine Manufacturing Industry by Sudhir D. Ghatnekar and Santosh M. Sharma Chapter 06: Biodiversity in Mycotoxigenic Fungi by S.M. Reddy, S. Girisham and V. Koteswara Rao Chapter 07: Diversity of Nematodes and their Problems in Agroecosystem by S.P.Tiwari and M.N.Khare Chapter 08: Potentials of Trichoderma as Biocontrol Agent, its Ecology and Biodiversity by D. K. Agarwal, and R. K. Sharma Chapter 09: Litter Decomposition in Tropical Humid Forest by Pranita Borah and G.D. Sharma Chapter 10: Microbes and Green Technology: Soil Plant Microbe Interaction Perspective by Jamaluddin and Anuj Kumar Singh Chapter 11: Mangrove Ecosystem: A Marine Resource for Useful Microorganism by Nibha Gupta, Uday Chand Basak and Ajay Kumar Mohapatra Chapter 12: Fungi of Indoor Environment-A Qualitative Study by Deepmala Pandey and Nisha Misra Chapter 13: Rhizosphere Biotechnology: Strategies for Biocontrol of Aflatoxin Production in Maize Crop by A.K. Roy, N. L. Mandal and S. Roy Chapter 14: Algal Component in Lichen Formation: A Review by Navneet Kaur and M. P. Sharma Chapter 15: Mycorrhizal Diversity in Different Ecosystems by R.S. Upadhyay, R. Raghuwanshi and Akhilesh Kumar Chapter 16: Biodegradation of Green Manure by Soil Mycoflora by Asha Sinha and Manisha Srivastava Chapter 17: Relationship of Soil Nutrients with Plant Pathogens and Diseases Caused by Them by M.N. Khare Chapter 18: Mycorrhizal Symbiosis : A New Dimension for Agriculture and Environmental Development to Improve Production in Sustainable Manner byKamal Prasad and A.K. Pandey Chapter 19: Botanical Pesticid Printed Pages: 706. Seller Inventory # 65794

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Sawalia Bihari Verma; Murali Krishna Sharma and Niraj Kumar Sharma

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About this Item: Sarup, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Framework analysis of quality of life 1. For a better quality of life/P. Chidambaram. 2. Role of university in improving the quality of life/Pranab Mukherjee. 3. Empowering rural India from pipe dreams to reality/Archna G. Gulati. 4. Policies for development/Montk Singh Ahluwalia. 5. Rural development thrust areas/Nagesh Singh. 6. Strategies and approaches to voluntary action for rural development/V. Divya Thejomurthy. 7. Trigger for rural development/Gurdeep Singh. 8. Five decades of rural development in India tasks ahead/P.K. Singh. 9. Sustainable development concept and measures/Kultar Singh. 10. Community development a compulsion or choice/Yogesh Upadhyay and S.K. Singh. 11. Gandhi and development/Pushpesh Pant. 12. Gandhian view of rural development/Yogesh Upadhyay and S.K. Singh. II. Rural Prosperity through technologies 13. Prosperity through ICT/S. Ravichandran etc. 14. Technology the route to rural uplift/Navin Chandra Joshi. 15. Space technology intervention in rural development/B.P. Mishra and D.K. Sujan. 16. Technology a way for rural development/Yogesh Upadhyay and S.K. Singh. 17. Rural prosperity through linking ITK with modern technology/E. Somasundram. 18. A new paradigm for rural development/G.V. Ramakrishna. 19. Role of District Rural Development Agency (DRDA)/Y. Gurappa Naidu. 20. Vibrant Varsha Bima/Lakshmi Narayan Sil. 21. Rural development a collaboration of NGOs and GOs/Pradeep Kumar. 22. Rural India collaboration for overall economic development/Ritu Srivastava. 23. Role of KVKs in agriculture and rural development/Jitendra Singh and D.K. Sujan. 24. Communication linkage in Indian agriculture trends and perspectives/Archna Sinha. III. Quality of life through agro allied activities 25. Role of fisheries in rural development/K.D. Kokate. 26. India's floriculture industry in new millennium/I. Sekar. 27. Sericulture for rural prosperity/G. Savithri. 28. SSVI and rural development/A.K. Mishra. 29. Marketing problems of minor forest product in tribal areas/R. Prasad. 30. Extension approaches for livestock development in globalised trade/Rupsi Tiwari and B.P. Singh. 31. Effects of socio economic variables on the level of knowledge and training needs of livestock/Y.P.S. Dabas. 32. Adoption of artificial insemination in bovines/S.V.N. Rao. 33. Poultry a green pasture/Alok Khari. IV. Rural uplifting through biotechnology 34. Biotechnology and rural development a SWOT analysis/D.K. Sujan. 35. Biotechnology a new technology for rural transformation/Gursharan Singh Kainth. 36. Plant biotechnology/Wable K.J. and Patil V.U. 37. Biodiversity and food security/S. Bala Ravi. 38. Nutritional security through biotechnology/Dana Ram Palsaniya and Hanif Khan. 39. Processed food and WTO safety concerns an appraisal/S. Lyyampi Ilai. 40. Rural India feminization of agriculture/Archana Sinha. 41. Enhancing crop productivity pays in upliftment of rural masses/R.K. Nanwal and Pawan Kumar. V. Quality of life through dairy farming 42. Animal husbandary and dairying/Prabhat Kumar Pankaj. 43. Dairy farming in drought region/Anand Lodable. 44. Dairy co operatives vital role in rural economy/Manjappa D.H. 45. Dairy in the new millennium the challenges/Shiv Kumar Gupta. 46. Animal husbandary and dairying during Tenth plan/D. Kumar and T. Sudakar. 47. Dairy enterprise effective tool for poverty alleviation/B. Hemalatha and Y.V.R. Reddy. 48. Dairy farm sector a brief analysis/S. Surya Murthi. 49. Fermented dairy products/Himadri Panda. 50. Dairy and rural development/V. Kurein. 51. Women dairy co operatives/V.M. Rao. 52. Women dairy farming/Vijay Avinashilingam and A.K. Chauhan. The volume has been designed to make the sufficient feedback available to the rural masses for their all around development in less developed and backward areas. To make the impact positive and possible to improve the quality of life of the whole community. Community development shall result in betterment communication knowledge health livestoc. Seller Inventory # 71973

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edited by Uma Kapila

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S. Ram Reddy,M.A. Singara Charya,S. Girisham

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. This edited volume on Microbial Diversity includes the chapters on different aspects of microbial diversity, its exploration and exploitation. The contents are broadly categorized into two parts. Part-A includes 25 review articles on diverse aspects of microbial diversity and its applications, contributed by subject experts working in their respective areas. These areas include biotechnology, environment, agriculture, food, public health and nanotechnology. These review articles bring out update information available on selected topics and point out the gaps in our knowledge and further project future lines of research. Part-B includes original research papers on contemporary research areas contributed by active researchers. This book caters the long left needs of university teachers, researchers, students, and industrial entrepreneurs. Contents: PART-A INVITED LECTURES 1. Present scenario of viruses first isolated from naturally infected aroid food, horticultural and medicinal plants ? P Sreenivasulu, M Padmavathi, Ch V Subba Reddy, K P Srinivas and B Ramesh 2. Cell surface engineering- Arming yeast- A Review ? Seshagiri Rao Gudapaty 3. Microbes in reclamation of mined lands of Madhya Pradesh ? Jamaluddin 4. Microbial nanotechnology ? A new revolution in modern microbiology ? D V R Sai Gopal 5. Metagenomics - A tool for an inexhaustible access to microbial communities ? V V Lakshmi 6. Microbial enzyme technology for abatement of environmental pollution in leather industry ? R Puvanakrishnan 7. Conversion of lignocellulose into biofuel ? B Rajasekhar Reddy, K Praveen Kumar and G V Subba Reddy 8. Recent advances in clinical diagnostic microbiology ? V Lakshmi 9. Development of consolidated bioprocess (CBP) for bioethanol production using lignocellulosic substrates ? L Venkateswar Rao, Chand Pasha, J Sridevi and A Vimala Rodhe 10. Microbial lipases - An Overview ? S Ram Reddy and P Pallavi 11. Lactic acid bacteria for health and wealth ? Gopal Reddy, K Kiran Kumar, K Chaitanya and N Hari Krishna 12. Microbes - Wheels of organic farming. ? M N Sreenivasa 13. Industrial applications of lignin and lignolytic enzymes ? M A Singara Charya 14. Helicobacter pylori ? Biology and diseases ? C E Prasad, Lakshmi Kiran Chelluri, Subhash Pawar and S Ram Reddy 15. Current trends on the role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in sustainable agriculture. ? K V B R Tilak 16. Green fungus for benefit of green plants ? A Nagamani and K Sarojini Chakravarthy 17. Sclerotium rolfsii ? A potential mycoherbicide for Parthenium histerophorus ? A K Pandey and Rekha Shukla 18. Recent trends in the analysis of mycotoxins associated with foods and feeds ? S M Reddy and S Girisham 19. Chitin, chitosan and chitooligosaccharides: A treasure in store ? Appa Rao Podile, Pallinti Purushotham, Subha Narayan Das, P V S R N Sarma and Jogi Madhu Prakash 20. Advances in solid state fermentation for the production of ligno-cellulolytic enzymes ? O V S Reddy, P R Mohan and B Ramesh 21. Marine actinobacteria- A rich source of bioactive compounds ? T Ramana, R Haritha and K Siva Kumar 22. Recent trends in the exploration of microbial diversity ? S Ram Reddy, P Pavan Kumar and N Kishore 23. Biotransformations by thermophilic fungi- A green chemistry technology for drug synthesis: A mini review ? G Shyam Prasad, S Girisham and S M Reddy 24. Algae and the soil ecosystem ? B Digamber Rao 25. Management of pest harvest contamination of moulds and mycotoxins in food grains ? AK Roy, NL Mandal and S Roy PART-B RESEARCH PAPERS 1. Molecular characterization and biological control of Sclerotium rolfsii causing stem rot of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) ? N P Eswara Reddy and T M Hemalatha 2. Growth and biomass studies in ectomycorrhizal fungus -Pisolithus albus (Cook & Massee) Priest ? K P Radhika, V Mohan and B F Rodrigues 3. Optimization studies o Printed Pages: 574. Seller Inventory # 65649

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. This edited volume on Microbial Diversity includes the chapters on different aspects of microbial diversity, its exploration and exploitation. The contents are broadly categorized into two parts. Part-A includes 25 review articles on diverse aspects of microbial diversity and its applications, contributed by subject experts working in their respective areas. These areas include biotechnology, environment, agriculture, food, public health and nanotechnology. These review articles bring out update information available on selected topics and point out the gaps in our knowledge and further project future lines of research. Part-B includes original research papers on contemporary research areas contributed by active researchers. This book caters the long left needs of university teachers, researchers, students, and industrial entrepreneurs. Contents: PART-A INVITED LECTURES 1. Present scenario of viruses first isolated from naturally infected aroid food, horticultural and medicinal plants â€" P Sreenivasulu, M Padmavathi, Ch V Subba Reddy, K P Srinivas and B Ramesh 2. Cell surface engineering- Arming yeast- A Review â€" Seshagiri Rao Gudapaty 3. Microbes in reclamation of mined lands of Madhya Pradesh â€" Jamaluddin 4. Microbial nanotechnology â€" A new revolution in modern microbiology â€" D V R Sai Gopal 5. Metagenomics - A tool for an inexhaustible access to microbial communities â€" V V Lakshmi 6. Microbial enzyme technology for abatement of environmental pollution in leather industry â€" R Puvanakrishnan 7. Conversion of lignocellulose into biofuel â€" B Rajasekhar Reddy, K Praveen Kumar and G V Subba Reddy 8. Recent advances in clinical diagnostic microbiology â€" V Lakshmi 9. Development of consolidated bioprocess (CBP) for bioethanol production using lignocellulosic substrates â€" L Venkateswar Rao, Chand Pasha, J Sridevi and A Vimala Rodhe 10. Microbial lipases - An Overview â€" S Ram Reddy and P Pallavi 11. Lactic acid bacteria for health and wealth â€" Gopal Reddy, K Kiran Kumar, K Chaitanya and N Hari Krishna 12. Microbes - Wheels of organic farming. â€" M N Sreenivasa 13. Industrial applications of lignin and lignolytic enzymes â€" M A Singara Charya 14. Helicobacter pylori â€" Biology and diseases â€" C E Prasad, Lakshmi Kiran Chelluri, Subhash Pawar and S Ram Reddy 15. Current trends on the role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in sustainable agriculture. â€" K V B R Tilak 16. Green fungus for benefit of green plants â€" A Nagamani and K Sarojini Chakravarthy 17. Sclerotium rolfsii â€" A potential mycoherbicide for Parthenium histerophorus â€" A K Pandey and Rekha Shukla 18. Recent trends in the analysis of mycotoxins associated with foods and feeds â€" S M Reddy and S Girisham 19. Chitin, chitosan and chitooligosaccharides: A treasure in store â€" Appa Rao Podile, Pallinti Purushotham, Subha Narayan Das, P V S R N Sarma and Jogi Madhu Prakash 20. Advances in solid state fermentation for the production of ligno-cellulolytic enzymes â€" O V S Reddy, P R Mohan and B Ramesh 21. Marine actinobacteria- A rich source of bioactive compounds â€" T Ramana, R Haritha and K Siva Kumar 22. Recent trends in the exploration of microbial diversity â€" S Ram Reddy, P Pavan Kumar and N Kishore 23. Biotransformations by thermophilic fungi- A green chemistry technology for drug synthesis: A mini review â€" G Shyam Prasad, S Girisham and S M Reddy 24. Algae and the soil ecosystem â€" B Digamber Rao 25. Management of pest harvest contamination of moulds and mycotoxins in food grains â€" AK Roy, NL Mandal and S Roy PART-B RESEARCH PAPERS 1. Molecular characterization and biological control of Sclerotium rolfsii causing stem rot of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) â€" N P Eswara Reddy and T M Hemalatha 2. Growth and biomass studies in ectomycorrhizal fungus -Pisolithus albus (Cook & Massee) Priest â€" K P Radhika, V Mohan and B F Rodrigues 3. Optimization studies o Printed Pages: 574. Seller Inventory # 65649

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R.C. Rajak (Ed.)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. This volume is a compilation of selected papers presented and contributed by Indian and Foreign authors at the International symposium held during November 1998 at Department of Biological Science, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur. The theme of the symposium was ``Microbial Biotechnology for Sustainable Development and Productivity``. This symposium was intended to provide a platform for microbiologists and biotechnologists for discussing and reviewing the emerging trends in microbial biotechnology in view of global perspectives, for its application in agriculture, industry, environment and health. The proceedings contain four sections with 55 articles, which may be of great help to researchers, scientists, teachers and postgraduate students. Contents: Section - 1 AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY 1. Organic Farming vs Sustrainable Production - Harbans Kaur Kehri and Sudhir Chandra 2. Biological Action of Herbicides on Cyanobacteria : An Overview - Surendra Singh, Pallavi Datta and Rekha Patel 3. Research Priorities in Relation to Pathogens Posing Problem in Forestry Practices - Jamaluddin 4. Mycorrhizae in Ecosystems : An Ecofriendly Approach for Improved Plant Growth - S.K. Dwivedi and P. Dwivedi 5. Exploiting Mycorrhiza for Oilseed Crop Production - Anil Prakash and Vandana Tandon 6. Heterogenicity in the Distribution of Endomycorrhizal Species in Sweet Potato Soils of India - V.S. Harikumar and V.P. Potty 7. Effect of Aluminium on Mineral Nutrition of the Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Cantharellus Cibarius - M. Sudhakaran Reddy, Ajay Pandey, N. Tejprakash and V. Ramamurthy 8. Utilization of Region Specific Cyanobacteria as Biofertilizer for Rice - A Case Study - Siha P. Adhikary 9. Isolation and Screening of Azospirillum Strains for Developing Biofertilizer for Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) - R.P. Singh, G.R. Lawanaya and A. Vaishmpayan 10. Negative (Stimulatory) Allelopathy of Lantana Camara L. on Linseed var. Kiran - P. Oudhia, S.S. Kolhe and R.S. Tripathi 11. Gene Transfer Through Somatic Hybridization in Brassicas - R.P. Singh, B.K. Prasad, S.P. Singh and B.D. Singh 12. Selection of Azotobacter Strains for Growth And Survival Under Stress Conditions - Nirmala Agarwal and H.P. Singh 13. A Highly Efficient Micropropagation Protocol of Teak (Tectona Grandis L.) - S.K. Tiwari, E.A. Siril and K.P. Tiwari 14. Pesticide Tolerance by Common Non-Heterocystous Filamentous Cyanobacteria of Rice Fields of Uttar Pradesh - O.N. Tiwari and G.L. Tiwari 15. Eucalyptus Auciflora : A Potential Source of Sustainable, Ecofriendly Storage Pesticide - Amritesh Chandra Shukla Shahi and Anupam Dikshit 16. A Biocontrol Formulation for Post Emergence Damping-Off of Moringa Pterygosperma - N.S.K. Harsh and B.M. Ojha 17. Need for Strain Improvement of Plant Growth Promoting Fungi to Increase Growth and Yield of Crops - Bharat Rai and T. Santavir Singh 18. Induction of Callus and Organogenesis from Cultured Shoot Apex for the Micropropagation of Cestrum Nocturum Linn. - Manju Kumari, Manoj Kumar, J.D. Choudhary and L.N. Shukla 19. Cloning of Nitate Reductase Gene (Nia) of Aspergillus Niger and It`s Use for Transformation of Beauveria Bassiana - J.R. Kinghorn, Shiela E. Unkles R.C. Rajak, G. Venkateswerlu and S.S. Sandhu 20. Microbial Quality of Osmo-Dehydrated Banana - P. Heartwin, Amala Dhas, K. Thangavel, Z. John Kennedy and R. Kailappan 21. Natural Incidence of Toxigenic Aspergillus Flavus Ink Strains on the Surface of Preharvest Jujube Fruits (Ziziphus Mauritiana Lamk) - Yash Paul Singh and Geeta Sumbali 22. Algalization Studies on Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) - S.B. Angadi Jagannath Umapati Dengi and Eshwarlal Sedamakar 23. Management of Mango Leaf Litter Using Microorganisms - P.D. Desai and K.J. Shah 24. Effect of Azotobacter Inoculation and Nitrogen Leaves on Growth and Yield of Radish (Raphanus Sativus L.) - O. Basavaraju, A.R. Printed Pages: 370. Seller Inventory # 64206

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R.C. Rajak (ed)

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About this Item: Scientific, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Part Contents: Preface. Prof. Suresh K. Hasija--a biographic sketch. I. Agricultural biotechnology: 1. Bioinoculants for sustainable agriculture : recent status and constraints/C. Shekhar Nautiyal. 2. Mycorrhizal tailoring response of Himalayan conifers to specific ectomycorrhizae/Lal Singh, Anand Sagar and T.N. Lakhanpal. 3. Microbial-biotechnology : new- paradigms and role in sustainable agriculture/Ajit Verma, Mahendra K. Rai, Sudha and Nirmal Sahay. 4. Aspects and prospects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi/C. Manoharachary. 5. Arbuscular mycorrhizas in sustainable agriculture/D.J. Bagyaraj and B.J.D. Reddy. 6. Sustainable agriculture : role of VAM technology/Sudhir Chandra and Harbans Kaur Kehri. 7. Recent advances in mycorrhizal taxonomy : morphological and molecular criteria/ Kamal Prasad and R.C. Rajak. 8. Microbial biotechnology and sustainable development opportunities in fungal biocontrol agents/George G. Khachatourians. 9. Spray and granular formulations of bioherbicides/ William J. Connick, Jr. and Donald J. Daigle. 10. Role of microbial bioherbicides in biological control of weeds in forestry/Raj Prasad. 11. Herbicidal potential of microorganisms : present status and future prospects/A.K. Pandey. 12. Biopesticides : sustainable approach to modern agriculture in 21st century/P.S. Mendki, V.L. Maheshwari and R.M. Kothari. 13. Microbial chitinases and their potential in plant disease control/N.N. Nawani and B.P. Kapadnis. 14. Mushrooms : an item of food delicacy or health conditioner/Somasundaram Rajarathnam, Zakia Bano and Nanjarajurs M. 433 pp. Seller Inventory # 4023

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Nanjunda D C

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The state of rural development in India/Yoginder K. Alagh. 2. Rural development an anthropological approach/B.R. Ghosh. 3. Rural development in India a retrospection/Nanjunda DC. 4. Traditional knowledge utilization and sustainable rural development in the 21 century/D. Kolawole. 5. Development of technologies for rural areas need for new thinking/Nirvikar Singh. 6. Information technology and rural development in India/Nirvikar Singh. 7. Certification and marketing strategies for sustainable commercialization of medicinal and aromatic plants for rural development/Madhav Karki. 8. Biotechnology and rural development implications for Southern African Agriculture/Noch Zerba. 9. Decentralisation and natural resource management in rural South Africa Problems and prospects/Lungisile Ntsebeza. 10. Sustainable building technologies for rural India/V. Venkatarama Reddy. 11. Energy technologies and policies for rural development/A.K.N. Reddy. 12. Education and rural women towards an alternative perspective/Vina Mazumdar. 13. The politics of environmental technology choice for rural electrification in Northern Thailand/Donna Green. 14. Post harvest technology for employment generation in rural sector India/Nawab Ali. 15. Sustainable development at the village level through integrated energy planning/Calvin Sophistus King and M. Ramachandran. 16. Medicinal plants for rural and tribal Karnataka promise practise and a way forward/Nanjunda D.C. 17. Corporate farming in India is it must for agricultural development/Sukhpal Singh. 18. Rural urban disparity in India a hurdle for Indian planning/D.M. Nanjundappa. 19. Eco tourism ultimate oxygen for rural India/Annapurna M. Venu Gopal P.N. and Nanjunda D.C. 20. Technology development for rural women some points/C.L. Kshyap. 21. Indigenous and scientific knowledge for rural development some critical comments/Arun Agrawal. 22. Community based rural energy development in Nepal experiences and lessons from innovative approaches/Mahendra Neupane and Bikash Sharma. 23. Biotechnology opportunities in rural development/S.C. Jain. 24. Energy for rural development a reconsideration/Agarwal A.K. 25. Two fold approaches for rural development a reconsideration for evaluation/Nanjunda D.C. 26. Socio economic requirements of appropriate technologies for eradication of rural poverty/K. Prasad. 27. Role of food processing in eradicating rural poverty and unemployment/Brijbhushan. 28. Promotion of rural health experience of an NGO/Nanjunda D.C. and Steven Wind S. 29. Rural housing technology and poverty eradication/G.C. Mathur. 30. Environmental dynamics and rural development/Shukla. 31. Development of science and technology for women to boost rural productivity/K. Sarkar. 32. Combating rural unemployment through rural industrialization/M.G. Rao and Surya Prakesh Rao. 33. Rural development in India success or failure/Binu and Mohan D. 34. Using IK for agriculture and rural development current issues and studies/D. Michael Warren. 35. Combating rural poverty and NGOs a development prospective/Nanjunda DC Venugopal PN. Jyothi Lakshmi S. and Bhasker M. Reference. Index. The main and vital objective of this volume is to make in the book a few selected articles that represent some of the more worthwhile contributions to the knowledge of rural development. Basically these articles have been screened from an original list of several hundred articles from the different resources. However few articles have been written exclusively for this volume only. While selecting the articles Author has tried completely to emphasis the concept principles and applied aspects of the rural development and have tried promptly to concentrate more on practical development oriented articles relating to science and technology. This volume will be highly useful to faculty members agricultural teaching colleges farmers and NGOs working on rural and tribal development and to the other researchers. 600 pp. Seller Inventory # 70998

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H.R. Singh,P. Nautiyal

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Research and Development the needs of students, teachers, scientists, administrators and policy makers interested in teaching, Research and development in aquatic Ecology and Environmental sciences. The theme articles in this Book have been written by Expert authors. The book deals with Biodiversity in the widest sense, ranging from the Holistic accounts of diversity in lake and River Environments in Central India, time Scale changes in wetlands at, of Kolkata, Fish diversity in Indian highlands, Assam, in particular icthyo-faunal diversity off at Goa’s Coast, Brachyuran diversity in coastal ecosystems to characterization of Structural diversity and diversity of air-breathing Fishes with respect to accessory respiratory organs. The ecological aspects include the use of plankton and benthic macro Invertebrates as indicators of eutrophication, ecology of the Ox-Bow Lakes, reservoir, Thermal springs, ecological assessment of Rabindra Sarover and environmental biotechnology. Some interesting Topics such as role of pheromones in the reproductive behaviour in fish, conservation and development of mahseer fishery, larval rearing of Tropical clownfish, methods to assess fish Population dynamics and effect of Metals on phosphatases system and protein content of a Marine edible crab. Table of Contents Preface List of Contributors 1. Biodiversity of some Aquatic Environments in Central India/S.K. Kulshrestha 2. Diversity and Densities of Benthic Macroinvertebrates as Biotic Indicators of Eutrophication/M.V. Reddy 3. Phytoplankton Dynamics in a Shallow, Eutrophic Man-Made Lake in Delhi : Relationships Between Species Composition and Environmental Factors/J. Arora and N.K. Mehra 4. Macrophytic Association of Epiphytic Microflora and Fauna of some Beels of Eastern U.P/S. Prakash and K. Srivastava 5. Time Scale Evaluation and use of Traditional Practices to Reclaim and Enhance Biodiversity/S.K. Ghosh 6. Fish Diversity in the Oriental Highlands of the Indian Subcontinent/P. Nautiyal and H.R. Singh 7. Conservation and Development of Mahseer Fishery in Shyamlatal Lake/C.B. Joshi, Shyam Sunder, P. Sanga and A.U. Khan 8. Ichthyofaunal Diversity of Assam : Resource Development/S.P. Biswas, M. Choudhury and S. Boruah 9. Ecological Assessment of a National Lake Rabindra Sarover, Kolkata/A. Roy, T. Saha, S.S. Majumdar, M. Mukherjee and P.B. Ghosh 10. Comparative Account of Plankton Ecology of Perennial and Seasonal Reservoir/A.K. Laal, K. Srnastava and R.S. Panwar 11. Estuarine Biodiversity : Facts and a Few thoughts/M.N. Madhyastha, P.D. Rekha and S. Hande 12. Marine Biodiversity of the Indian Seas and its Sustainable Management/Z.A. Ansari 13. Brachyuran Diversity in Coastal Ecosystems of Tamil Nadu/M.K. Dev Roy, S. Bhadra and N.C. Nandi 14. Temporal Variations in the Ichthyo-Faunal Diversity off Goa`s Coast/M.R. Borkar and N. Komarpant 15. Biodiversity of Air-Breathing Fishes and Structural Evolution of their Accessory Respiratory Organs/J.S. Datta Munshi 16. Steroid Sulphate Fraction of Preovulatory Ovarian Extract Functions as Releasing Pheromone in Male Barilius Bendelisis (Ham.)/M.S. Sajwan, J.P. Bhatt and R. Nautiyal 17. Breeding History of a Hillstream Carp Barilius Barna (Ham.) from Garhwal Himalaya India/A.K. Dobriyal, A.K. Bahuguna, N. Kumar, M.S. Bisht, C.B. Kotnala, K.L. Bisht and H.R. Singh 18. A Study on the Fecundity of Notopterous Notopterous (Pallas)/M.A. Khan 19. Morpho-Embryonic Development in Artificially Fertilized Zygote of Snowtrout Schizothorax Richardsonii (Gray)/S.N. Bahuguna, M.N. Thapliyal and S. Misra 20. Spawing and Larval Rearing Technique for Tropical Clownfish Amphiprion Sebae Under Captive Conditions/M. Sakthivel and G. Ramathilagam 21. Studies on the Treatments of Industrial Effluents by Biologically Modified Bioadsorbent - A Novel Method/M. Singanan 22. Effect of Biophysico-Chemical Fa Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 63922

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D.J. Bagyaraj, K.V.B.R. Tilak & H.K. Kehri (Eds)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Since their very first appearance on this planet, the microorganisms have benefitted 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 ecosystems. This 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, who is well known for his concern to the microbes and made significant contributions in exploring their beneficial activities in different ecosystems. The book contains 31 articles written by distinguished scientists of the country having expertise in dealing with the microbes and exploiting their potential for the benefits of mankind. The articles included in the book are thought provocating and deals with: the topics of Taxonomy, Diversity and Applications of VAM fungi in different Ecosystems Applications of Microbial Technology for Treatment of effluents of a Gelatine Factory, Biodiversity of Mycotoxigenic Fungi and Trichoderma, Useful microbes of Mangrove Ecosystem, Extremophiles, PGPRs, Phytotoxins, Litter decomposition, Biopesticides, Botanical Pesticides, biofertilizers and so many others including major concerns about the Evolution and Conservation of Microbial Biodiversity. Contents Dedication Preface List of Contributors Chapter 01: Microbial Bio-Diversity, Evolution and Conservation: Major Concerns and Missing Links by H. N. Gour, S.M. Paul Khurana and K. Joshi Chapter 02: Soil Organisms: Key Factor to Plant and Soil Health by Raghvendra Pratap Narayan and Pallavi Rai Chapter 03: Taxonomy of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi with Special Reference to Glomus Species by Ashok Aggarwal, Anju Tanwar, Neetu and R.S. Mehrotra Chapter 04: Diversity of PGPR Microbes in Pesticides Degradation by V.C. Khilare, S.N. Kanade, A.B. Ade and L.V. Gangawane Chapter 05: Application of State-of-the-Art Microbial Biotechnology Coupled with Phycoremedial Measures for the Treatment of Secondary Liquid Effluents of a Gelatine Manufacturing Industry by Sudhir D. Ghatnekar and Santosh M. Sharma Chapter 06: Biodiversity in Mycotoxigenic Fungi by S.M. Reddy, S. Girisham and V. Koteswara Rao Chapter 07: Diversity of Nematodes and their Problems in Agroecosystem by S.P.Tiwari and M.N.Khare Chapter 08: Potentials of Trichoderma as Biocontrol Agent, its Ecology and Biodiversity by D. K. Agarwal, and R. K. Sharma Chapter 09: Litter Decomposition in Tropical Humid Forest by Pranita Borah and G.D. Sharma Chapter 10: Microbes and Green Technology: Soil Plant Microbe Interaction Perspective by Jamaluddin and Anuj Kumar Singh Chapter 11: Mangrove Ecosystem: A Marine Resource for Useful Microorganism by Nibha Gupta, Uday Chand Basak and Ajay Kumar Mohapatra Chapter 12: Fungi of Indoor Environment-A Qualitative Study by Deepmala Pandey and Nisha Misra Chapter 13: Rhizosphere Biotechnology: Strategies for Biocontrol of Aflatoxin Production in Maize Crop by A.K. Roy, N. L. Mandal and S. Roy Chapter 14: Algal Component in Lichen Formation: A Review by Navneet Kaur and M. P. Sharma Chapter 15: Mycorrhizal Diversity in Different Ecosystems by R.S. Upadhyay, R. Raghuwanshi and Akhilesh Kumar Chapter 16: Biodegradation of Green Manure by Soil Mycoflora by Asha Sinha and Manisha Srivastava Chapter 17: Relationship of Soil Nutrients with Plant Pathogens and Diseases Caused by Them by M.N. Khare Chapter 18: Mycorrhizal Symbiosis : A New Dimension for Agriculture and Environmental Development to Improve Production in Sustainable Manner byKamal Prasad and A.K. Pandey Chapter 19: Botanical Pesticid Printed Pages: 706. Seller Inventory # 65794

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S. Ram Reddy,M.A. Singara Charya,S. Girisham

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. This edited volume on Microbial Diversity includes the chapters on different aspects of microbial diversity, its exploration and exploitation. The contents are broadly categorized into two parts. Part-A includes 25 review articles on diverse aspects of microbial diversity and its applications, contributed by subject experts working in their respective areas. These areas include biotechnology, environment, agriculture, food, public health and nanotechnology. These review articles bring out update information available on selected topics and point out the gaps in our knowledge and further project future lines of research. Part-B includes original research papers on contemporary research areas contributed by active researchers. This book caters the long left needs of university teachers, researchers, students, and industrial entrepreneurs. Contents: PART-A INVITED LECTURES 1. Present scenario of viruses first isolated from naturally infected aroid food, horticultural and medicinal plants â€" P Sreenivasulu, M Padmavathi, Ch V Subba Reddy, K P Srinivas and B Ramesh 2. Cell surface engineering- Arming yeast- A Review â€" Seshagiri Rao Gudapaty 3. Microbes in reclamation of mined lands of Madhya Pradesh â€" Jamaluddin 4. Microbial nanotechnology â€" A new revolution in modern microbiology â€" D V R Sai Gopal 5. Metagenomics - A tool for an inexhaustible access to microbial communities â€" V V Lakshmi 6. Microbial enzyme technology for abatement of environmental pollution in leather industry â€" R Puvanakrishnan 7. Conversion of lignocellulose into biofuel â€" B Rajasekhar Reddy, K Praveen Kumar and G V Subba Reddy 8. Recent advances in clinical diagnostic microbiology â€" V Lakshmi 9. Development of consolidated bioprocess (CBP) for bioethanol production using lignocellulosic substrates â€" L Venkateswar Rao, Chand Pasha, J Sridevi and A Vimala Rodhe 10. Microbial lipases - An Overview â€" S Ram Reddy and P Pallavi 11. Lactic acid bacteria for health and wealth â€" Gopal Reddy, K Kiran Kumar, K Chaitanya and N Hari Krishna 12. Microbes - Wheels of organic farming. â€" M N Sreenivasa 13. Industrial applications of lignin and lignolytic enzymes â€" M A Singara Charya 14. Helicobacter pylori â€" Biology and diseases â€" C E Prasad, Lakshmi Kiran Chelluri, Subhash Pawar and S Ram Reddy 15. Current trends on the role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in sustainable agriculture. â€" K V B R Tilak 16. Green fungus for benefit of green plants â€" A Nagamani and K Sarojini Chakravarthy 17. Sclerotium rolfsii â€" A potential mycoherbicide for Parthenium histerophorus â€" A K Pandey and Rekha Shukla 18. Recent trends in the analysis of mycotoxins associated with foods and feeds â€" S M Reddy and S Girisham 19. Chitin, chitosan and chitooligosaccharides: A treasure in store â€" Appa Rao Podile, Pallinti Purushotham, Subha Narayan Das, P V S R N Sarma and Jogi Madhu Prakash 20. Advances in solid state fermentation for the production of ligno-cellulolytic enzymes â€" O V S Reddy, P R Mohan and B Ramesh 21. Marine actinobacteria- A rich source of bioactive compounds â€" T Ramana, R Haritha and K Siva Kumar 22. Recent trends in the exploration of microbial diversity â€" S Ram Reddy, P Pavan Kumar and N Kishore 23. Biotransformations by thermophilic fungi- A green chemistry technology for drug synthesis: A mini review â€" G Shyam Prasad, S Girisham and S M Reddy 24. Algae and the soil ecosystem â€" B Digamber Rao 25. Management of pest harvest contamination of moulds and mycotoxins in food grains â€" AK Roy, NL Mandal and S Roy PART-B RESEARCH PAPERS 1. Molecular characterization and biological control of Sclerotium rolfsii causing stem rot of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) â€" N P Eswara Reddy and T M Hemalatha 2. Growth and biomass studies in ectomycorrhizal fungus -Pisolithus albus (Cook & Massee) Priest â€" K P Radhika, V Mohan and B F Rodrigues 3. Optimization studies o Printed Pages: 574. Seller Inventory # 65649

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

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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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edited by Praduman Yadav, Sunil Kumar and Veena Jain

Published by Daya (2016)

ISBN 10: 9351247309 ISBN 13: 9789351247302

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About this Item: Daya, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Reactive Oxygen Species: Generation, Scavenging and their Role in Cell Signalling in Plants/Praduman Yadav, Sunil Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, Md. Sharif Baba and Iyln Murthy. 2. Calcium Mediated Pathogen Defense System/Manu Pratap Gangola. 3. Transcription Factors in Abiotic Stress Tolerance/Ranjit Singh Gujjar. 4. MAPK Signaling Modules in Stress/K. Prabhakara Rao, Monika Jaggi, K. Sarala and T.G.K. Murthy. 5. Plant Hormones and Stress/Vikender Kaur, Anita Kumari and Sunder Singh. 6. Plant Stress Regulation/R.S. Pal, P.K. Agrawal, J.C. Bhatt and Praduman Yadav. 7. Salinity Stress in Plants/Reena Devi and Veena Jain. 8. Recent Advances in Populus euphratica in Relation to Salinity Stress/Vishnu Dayal Rajput and Chen Yanning. 9. Chilling Stress Tolerance in Plants: Physiology and Mechanisms/Ashok Kumar Yadav, Somu Kaundal, Akhil Sharma and Sanatsujat Singh. 10. Heat Stress Response in Plants/Torit Baran Bagchi and Soham Ray. 11. Drought Tolerance in Crops/Anup Singh. 12. Aluminium Stress in Crop Plants/Ana Luisa Garcia-Oliveira, Subhash Chander, Juan Barcelo and Charlotte Poschenrieder. 13. An Insight into Plant Growth and Metabolism in Relation to Hexavalent Chromium/Punesh Sangwan and Vinod Kumar. 14. Waterlogging Stress: An Overview/Ruchi Bansal and Ram Swaroop Jat. 15. Anthropogenic Induced Stress and its Impact on Plants/Subodh Kr. Bishnoi and Naresh Kr. Yadav. 16. Breeding for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants/H.P. Meena, Naresh Kumar Bainsla and D.K. Yadav. 17. Breeding for Resistance to Biotic Stresses in Plants/Naresh Kumar Bainsla and H.P. Meena. 18. Transgenic Approaches for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants/B. Usha Kiran and M. Sujatha. 19. Transgenic Approaches for Biotic Stress Tolerance in Plants/K. Lakshmi, C. Appunu, Ravinder Kumar, M.R. Meena and Deepak Kumar Yadav. 20. Advances in Biotechnology for Development of Submergence Tolerance in Crops/Nikhil Khurana and Jitender Kumar. 21. Proteomic Perspectives on Understanding Plant Stress Response/Prathap Reddy Kallamadi, Kamakshi Dandu, Sudheendra Hebbar, Pardeep Kumar and Ramesh Bellamkonda. 22. Role of Molecular Markers for Improvement of Stress Tolerance in Crops/P. Kadirvel, S. Senthilvel and S. Geethanjali. Index. The world population has increased dramatically in the past century, generating a concern for progressive and sustainable food production. It is expected to further increase by 1.3 billion in 2030 and by 2.5 billion in 2050, reaching 9.7 billion. To provide food security to this growing population, the world food production may need to increase by 60-110%. Biotic and abiotic stresses are major threat to plant growth and halt them from reaching their full genetic potential and ultimately limiting their productivity. High yield varieties are confronted by various stresses which lead to huge loss in production and productivity. Understanding the mechanisms involved in the response of plants to adverse environmental conditions is the first step in the generation of crops with higher tolerance to these stresses. This book provides a broad overview of biotic and abiotic stresses, their mechanisms and different strategies to improve stress tolerance in crop plants. This book is a valuable source book for students, teachers, researchers engaged in stress physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology, plant breeding and soil science. Seller Inventory # 116596

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