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Somu Giriappa

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Worldover, economic reforms have transformed the countries into strongholds of oligopolistic economic and political systems such that corporatisation and globalisation have become the catchwords of development. India too, has its share in shaping the structure of reforms in many fields with varying results. The recent liberalisation policy has its impact on technology, society and polity. To be globally competitive, corporatisation has been the major avenue through which many multinationals also spread their wings.;The book deals with various aspects of economic reforms scenarios and the state-of-the-art built in stabilisers and future avenues for development. The issues covered include biotechnology, industrial technology, energy and environment, R & D institutions, organic farming, telecommunications, banking, agricultural research and construction. It is hoped this initiative in presenting a thematic prelude for rationalising reforms in the global setting would encourage many more analyses to come in various fields. The volume would be of interest to policy analysts, administrators, researchers and the general reader as well.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Introduction by S Giriappa; Chapter 2: Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Science and Technology in India by M Abdul Rahiman; Chapter 3: Science, Technology and Economic Reforms: An Ecological and Ethical Perspective by H M Desarda; Chapter 4: Organic Farming: A Sustainable Approach by G K Veeresh; Chapter 5: Impact of Economic Reforms on Science and Technology for Agriculture by Sivam Varadarajan; Chapter 6: Planning for Sustainable Development of Agriculture: Some Leading Issue for Thinking and Action by G V Joshi; Chapter 7: Global Coffee Marketing and India\`s R & D Efforts by M Indira; Chapter 8: Socio-economic Impact of Coastal Aquaculture in Karnataka by Ramachandra Bhatta and Mahadev G Bhat; Chapter 9: Process of Industrialisation, Economic Reforms and Energy Planning in India by B Satyanarayan; Chapter 10: Impact of Economic Reforms on Industrial Operations and Environment Management by G R Krishna; Chapter 11: Environmental Impact of Scienceand Technology Issues in Libralised Economy by T S Channesh; Chapter 12: Economic Reforms and Ecotechnological Development by M N Madhyastha; Chapter 13: Economic Liberalisation and Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations by K V M Varambally; ;Chapter 14: International Transfer of Technology in the Wake of Liberalisation by Vasant Gumaste; Chapter 15: Economic Reforms and Industrial Entrepreneurship Development in India by Odeyar D Heggade; Chapter 16: Technological Advancement and Impact of Research and Development of India Productive Sectors by S Divakara Shetty and H Rajarama Hande; Chapter 17: Indian Telecoms: Role and Impact of Economic Reforms by J Rajeswar Rao; Chapter 18: Financial Engineering: An Analysis of Its Products by T Mallikarjunappa; Chapter 19: Low Cost Materials for Housing by S Seetharaman and Mohandas Chadaga; Chapter 20: Economic Reforms and Rural Development: An Imperative Need for Collective Participation by K P Sripathi; Chapter 21: Science, Society and Technology by S Giriappa. Printed Pages: 240. Seller Inventory # 57676

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Somu Giriappa

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Worldover, economic reforms have transformed the countries into strongholds of oligopolistic economic and political systems such that corporatisation and globalisation have become the catchwords of development. India too, has its share in shaping the structure of reforms in many fields with varying results. The recent liberalisation policy has its impact on technology, society and polity. To be globally competitive, corporatisation has been the major avenue through which many multinationals also spread their wings.;The book deals with various aspects of economic reforms scenarios and the state-of-the-art built in stabilisers and future avenues for development. The issues covered include biotechnology, industrial technology, energy and environment, R & D institutions, organic farming, telecommunications, banking, agricultural research and construction. It is hoped this initiative in presenting a thematic prelude for rationalising reforms in the global setting would encourage many more analyses to come in various fields. The volume would be of interest to policy analysts, administrators, researchers and the general reader as well.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Introduction by S Giriappa; Chapter 2: Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Science and Technology in India by M Abdul Rahiman; Chapter 3: Science, Technology and Economic Reforms: An Ecological and Ethical Perspective by H M Desarda; Chapter 4: Organic Farming: A Sustainable Approach by G K Veeresh; Chapter 5: Impact of Economic Reforms on Science and Technology for Agriculture by Sivam Varadarajan; Chapter 6: Planning for Sustainable Development of Agriculture: Some Leading Issue for Thinking and Action by G V Joshi; Chapter 7: Global Coffee Marketing and India\`s R & D Efforts by M Indira; Chapter 8: Socio-economic Impact of Coastal Aquaculture in Karnataka by Ramachandra Bhatta and Mahadev G Bhat; Chapter 9: Process of Industrialisation, Economic Reforms and Energy Planning in India by B Satyanarayan; Chapter 10: Impact of Economic Reforms on Industrial Operations and Environment Management by G R Krishna; Chapter 11: Environmental Impact of Scienceand Technology Issues in Libralised Economy by T S Channesh; Chapter 12: Economic Reforms and Ecotechnological Development by M N Madhyastha; Chapter 13: Economic Liberalisation and Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations by K V M Varambally; ;Chapter 14: International Transfer of Technology in the Wake of Liberalisation by Vasant Gumaste; Chapter 15: Economic Reforms and Industrial Entrepreneurship Development in India by Odeyar D Heggade; Chapter 16: Technological Advancement and Impact of Research and Development of India Productive Sectors by S Divakara Shetty and H Rajarama Hande; Chapter 17: Indian Telecoms: Role and Impact of Economic Reforms by J Rajeswar Rao; Chapter 18: Financial Engineering: An Analysis of Its Products by T Mallikarjunappa; Chapter 19: Low Cost Materials for Housing by S Seetharaman and Mohandas Chadaga; Chapter 20: Economic Reforms and Rural Development: An Imperative Need for Collective Participation by K P Sripathi; Chapter 21: Science, Society and Technology by S Giriappa. Printed Pages: 240. Seller Inventory # 57676

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S.K. Verma , N.M. Nahar , R.R. Bhansai , S.K. Jindal & S. Vir (Eds)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book carries an assortment of 20 articles on the research priorities for development of arid zones from renowned authorities. The areas covered by these articles are agriculture (6), animal husbandy (2), environmental conservation and bio-diversity (6), and development planning (6) for the north-western hot arid zone of India. Due emphasis has been given to dryland agriculture and arid horticulture, biotechnology, remote sensing application, rehabilitation of degraded wastelands, forestry research, groundwater and mineral resources, renewable energy, extension strategies and role of NGOs. Contents: 1. Sustainable Development of Arid Agro-ecosystems - Mangala Rai & A.K. Bawa 2. Development of Agriculture in Indian Arid Zone - A.S. Faroda 3. Research Priorities for Arid Horticulture - O.P. Pareek 4. Dryland Agriculture Technology in Haryana- K.S. Panwar 5. Agriculture in the Arid Zones of Gujarat - N.K. Patel & P.H. Bhatt 6. Integrated Pest Management in Dryland Agriculture - Satya Vir & S.K. Verma 7. Botanical Survey of India : Arid Zone Circle - P.M. Padhye & V. Singh 8. Remote Sensing for Monitoring Locust Population in Thar Desert - P.P. Sinha & J. Prasad 9. Peculiarities of Arid Zone Soils - D.C. Joshi 10. Major Vector-borne Human Diseases in the Thar Desert, with Special Reference to the Changing Climate - B.K. Tyagi 11. Biotechnology in Arid Agriculture and Forestry - R. Raj Bhansali 12. Priorities for Forestry Research in Arid Zone of India - M.L. Arrawatia 13. Farmer Centred Extension Strategy for Drylands - H.P. Singh 14. State Remote Sensing Application Centre and Arid Zone Development - N.K. Kalra 15. Groundwater Development in Arid Zone of Rajasthan - S.C. Paliwal & D.C. Sharma 16. Alternative Energy Resources - N.M. Nahar & K.P. Thanvi 17. Working with Desert Communities - L.C. Tyagi 18. Priorities for Mines and Geology in Arid Zone - D.S. Mehta & S.S. Jamrani 19. Research Priorities for Sheep Husbandry - R.N. Singh 20. Camel Production and Development - N.D. Khanna Printed Pages: 238. Seller Inventory # 66330

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S.K. Verma , N.M. Nahar , R.R. Bhansai , S.K. Jindal & S. Vir (Eds)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book carries an assortment of 20 articles on the research priorities for development of arid zones from renowned authorities. The areas covered by these articles are agriculture (6), animal husbandy (2), environmental conservation and bio-diversity (6), and development planning (6) for the north-western hot arid zone of India. Due emphasis has been given to dryland agriculture and arid horticulture, biotechnology, remote sensing application, rehabilitation of degraded wastelands, forestry research, groundwater and mineral resources, renewable energy, extension strategies and role of NGOs. Contents: 1. Sustainable Development of Arid Agro-ecosystems - Mangala Rai & A.K. Bawa 2. Development of Agriculture in Indian Arid Zone - A.S. Faroda 3. Research Priorities for Arid Horticulture - O.P. Pareek 4. Dryland Agriculture Technology in Haryana- K.S. Panwar 5. Agriculture in the Arid Zones of Gujarat - N.K. Patel & P.H. Bhatt 6. Integrated Pest Management in Dryland Agriculture - Satya Vir & S.K. Verma 7. Botanical Survey of India : Arid Zone Circle - P.M. Padhye & V. Singh 8. Remote Sensing for Monitoring Locust Population in Thar Desert - P.P. Sinha & J. Prasad 9. Peculiarities of Arid Zone Soils - D.C. Joshi 10. Major Vector-borne Human Diseases in the Thar Desert, with Special Reference to the Changing Climate - B.K. Tyagi 11. Biotechnology in Arid Agriculture and Forestry - R. Raj Bhansali 12. Priorities for Forestry Research in Arid Zone of India - M.L. Arrawatia 13. Farmer Centred Extension Strategy for Drylands - H.P. Singh 14. State Remote Sensing Application Centre and Arid Zone Development - N.K. Kalra 15. Groundwater Development in Arid Zone of Rajasthan - S.C. Paliwal & D.C. Sharma 16. Alternative Energy Resources - N.M. Nahar & K.P. Thanvi 17. Working with Desert Communities - L.C. Tyagi 18. Priorities for Mines and Geology in Arid Zone - D.S. Mehta & S.S. Jamrani 19. Research Priorities for Sheep Husbandry - R.N. Singh 20. Camel Production and Development - N.D. Khanna Printed Pages: 238. Seller Inventory # 66330

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Somu Giriappa

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Worldover, economic reforms have transformed the countries into strongholds of oligopolistic economic and political systems such that corporatisation and globalisation have become the catchwords of development. India too, has its share in shaping the structure of reforms in many fields with varying results. The recent liberalisation policy has its impact on technology, society and polity. To be globally competitive, corporatisation has been the major avenue through which many multinationals also spread their wings.;The book deals with various aspects of economic reforms scenarios and the state-of-the-art built in stabilisers and future avenues for development. The issues covered include biotechnology, industrial technology, energy and environment, R & D institutions, organic farming, telecommunications, banking, agricultural research and construction. It is hoped this initiative in presenting a thematic prelude for rationalising reforms in the global setting would encourage many more analyses to come in various fields. The volume would be of interest to policy analysts, administrators, researchers and the general reader as well.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Introduction by S Giriappa; Chapter 2: Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Science and Technology in India by M Abdul Rahiman; Chapter 3: Science, Technology and Economic Reforms: An Ecological and Ethical Perspective by H M Desarda; Chapter 4: Organic Farming: A Sustainable Approach by G K Veeresh; Chapter 5: Impact of Economic Reforms on Science and Technology for Agriculture by Sivam Varadarajan; Chapter 6: Planning for Sustainable Development of Agriculture: Some Leading Issue for Thinking and Action by G V Joshi; Chapter 7: Global Coffee Marketing and India\`s R & D Efforts by M Indira; Chapter 8: Socio-economic Impact of Coastal Aquaculture in Karnataka by Ramachandra Bhatta and Mahadev G Bhat; Chapter 9: Process of Industrialisation, Economic Reforms and Energy Planning in India by B Satyanarayan; Chapter 10: Impact of Economic Reforms on Industrial Operations and Environment Management by G R Krishna; Chapter 11: Environmental Impact of Scienceand Technology Issues in Libralised Economy by T S Channesh; Chapter 12: Economic Reforms and Ecotechnological Development by M N Madhyastha; Chapter 13: Economic Liberalisation and Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations by K V M Varambally; ;Chapter 14: International Transfer of Technology in the Wake of Liberalisation by Vasant Gumaste; Chapter 15: Economic Reforms and Industrial Entrepreneurship Development in India by Odeyar D Heggade; Chapter 16: Technological Advancement and Impact of Research and Development of India Productive Sectors by S Divakara Shetty and H Rajarama Hande; Chapter 17: Indian Telecoms: Role and Impact of Economic Reforms by J Rajeswar Rao; Chapter 18: Financial Engineering: An Analysis of Its Products by T Mallikarjunappa; Chapter 19: Low Cost Materials for Housing by S Seetharaman and Mohandas Chadaga; Chapter 20: Economic Reforms and Rural Development: An Imperative Need for Collective Participation by K P Sripathi; Chapter 21: Science, Society and Technology by S Giriappa. Printed Pages: 240. Seller Inventory # 57676

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S.K. Verma , N.M. Nahar , R.R. Bhansai , S.K. Jindal & S. Vir (Eds)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book carries an assortment of 20 articles on the research priorities for development of arid zones from renowned authorities. The areas covered by these articles are agriculture (6), animal husbandy (2), environmental conservation and bio-diversity (6), and development planning (6) for the north-western hot arid zone of India. Due emphasis has been given to dryland agriculture and arid horticulture, biotechnology, remote sensing application, rehabilitation of degraded wastelands, forestry research, groundwater and mineral resources, renewable energy, extension strategies and role of NGOs. Contents: 1. Sustainable Development of Arid Agro-ecosystems - Mangala Rai & A.K. Bawa 2. Development of Agriculture in Indian Arid Zone - A.S. Faroda 3. Research Priorities for Arid Horticulture - O.P. Pareek 4. Dryland Agriculture Technology in Haryana- K.S. Panwar 5. Agriculture in the Arid Zones of Gujarat - N.K. Patel & P.H. Bhatt 6. Integrated Pest Management in Dryland Agriculture - Satya Vir & S.K. Verma 7. Botanical Survey of India : Arid Zone Circle - P.M. Padhye & V. Singh 8. Remote Sensing for Monitoring Locust Population in Thar Desert - P.P. Sinha & J. Prasad 9. Peculiarities of Arid Zone Soils - D.C. Joshi 10. Major Vector-borne Human Diseases in the Thar Desert, with Special Reference to the Changing Climate - B.K. Tyagi 11. Biotechnology in Arid Agriculture and Forestry - R. Raj Bhansali 12. Priorities for Forestry Research in Arid Zone of India - M.L. Arrawatia 13. Farmer Centred Extension Strategy for Drylands - H.P. Singh 14. State Remote Sensing Application Centre and Arid Zone Development - N.K. Kalra 15. Groundwater Development in Arid Zone of Rajasthan - S.C. Paliwal & D.C. Sharma 16. Alternative Energy Resources - N.M. Nahar & K.P. Thanvi 17. Working with Desert Communities - L.C. Tyagi 18. Priorities for Mines and Geology in Arid Zone - D.S. Mehta & S.S. Jamrani 19. Research Priorities for Sheep Husbandry - R.N. Singh 20. Camel Production and Development - N.D. Khanna Printed Pages: 238. Seller Inventory # 66330

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Somu Giriappa

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. There has been an increasing awareness as to the nexus between economics and law affecting the economy, as a whole. Many economic laws purport to uphold the rule of law and any violation of the laws is meted out with appropriate punitive measures. It is the bounden duty of citizens as well the lawmakers and implementers of safeguard the basic tenets of the rule of law principles embedded in the laws and see that they are enforced and adhered to with economic rationality.;In this, discussion on intellectual property rights has centered around compliance to the WTO standards and all the member countries including India are to modernize their IPR laws toward a globalized adoption and relevance. This volume attempts to pinpoint the status of IPRs with special reference to copyright laws and the likely issues involved in enforcement, violation and adherence to the copyright law and neighboring matters. The papers included are the outcome of a seminar and issues discussed range from the salient features of copyright and other IPRs, the problems in enforcement, the extent of adherence and the prospects in the globalized world.;Copyright being a sovereign right can be exchanged provided there are some costs including monopoly empowerment, but in this the economy\`s overall welfare has to be safeguarded. In this, it is hoped that the papers written by experts in the field of law would be a beginning to understand the nuances of copyright and other IPRs and their role in the economy. There is the necessity for further deliberations on the nexus between economy and law and it is hoped that this volume would fill in the gap confronting the desired linkage.;Contents;Chapter 1: Copyright Law and Practice in India: A Cross Check by N L Mitra & Sahana Murthy, Chapter 2: Economics and Politics of Copyright by G Thimmaiah, Chapter 3: Copyright and Related Rights: Law and Enforcement in India by T C James, Chapter 4: A Study on Copyright, Infringement and Remedies by R Vengam and M Rajendran, Chapter 5: Copyright Law by E Vijaya Kumar, Chapter 6: Protecting the Creator or the Entrepreneur? The Copyright Law\`s Dilemma in the Sphere of Performer\`s Rights by P Ishwara Bhat, Chapter 7: Methodological Issues in Copyright and Other Property Rights by S Giriappa and P A Rego, Chapter 8: Copyright and Media by Vishwesh Sekhar, Chapter 9: Nature and Extent of Copyright Protection for Computer Program by K R Aithal, Chapter 10: Copyright and Software by Bobby Kunhu, Chapter 11: Internet Domain Names and Trademarks by R G B Bhagavath Kumar, Chapter 12: A Critical Analysis of the Copyright in Designs and Latest Legal Developments by V Seshaiah Shasthri, Chapter 13: Copyright and Folklore by Lauri Honko, Chapter 14: Challenges of Copyright Law from Information Technology Laws by Justice B K Somashekara, Chapter 15: Copyright Law and Matters Enforcement Aspect from Police Point of View by T G Krishna Bhat, Chapter 16: Organizations Working for the Assistance of Intellectual Property Rights and Patenting in India by M K Bhandi and V B Savanur, Chapter 17: Copyright in the Classroom by Ravishankar Rao, Chapter 18: Copyright Law and Biotechnology by M N Madhyastha and P D Rekha, Chapter 19: Ethical Aspects of Copyright in India by G P Shivram, Chapter 20: Economic Analysis of copyright Laws by H A Shankaranarayana, Chapter 21: Towards the Economics of Copyrights by G V Joshi and I V Hegde. Printed Pages: 256. Seller Inventory # 58978

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Somu Giriappa

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. There has been an increasing awareness as to the nexus between economics and law affecting the economy, as a whole. Many economic laws purport to uphold the rule of law and any violation of the laws is meted out with appropriate punitive measures. It is the bounden duty of citizens as well the lawmakers and implementers of safeguard the basic tenets of the rule of law principles embedded in the laws and see that they are enforced and adhered to with economic rationality.;In this, discussion on intellectual property rights has centered around compliance to the WTO standards and all the member countries including India are to modernize their IPR laws toward a globalized adoption and relevance. This volume attempts to pinpoint the status of IPRs with special reference to copyright laws and the likely issues involved in enforcement, violation and adherence to the copyright law and neighboring matters. The papers included are the outcome of a seminar and issues discussed range from the salient features of copyright and other IPRs, the problems in enforcement, the extent of adherence and the prospects in the globalized world.;Copyright being a sovereign right can be exchanged provided there are some costs including monopoly empowerment, but in this the economy\`s overall welfare has to be safeguarded. In this, it is hoped that the papers written by experts in the field of law would be a beginning to understand the nuances of copyright and other IPRs and their role in the economy. There is the necessity for further deliberations on the nexus between economy and law and it is hoped that this volume would fill in the gap confronting the desired linkage.;Contents;Chapter 1: Copyright Law and Practice in India: A Cross Check by N L Mitra & Sahana Murthy, Chapter 2: Economics and Politics of Copyright by G Thimmaiah, Chapter 3: Copyright and Related Rights: Law and Enforcement in India by T C James, Chapter 4: A Study on Copyright, Infringement and Remedies by R Vengam and M Rajendran, Chapter 5: Copyright Law by E Vijaya Kumar, Chapter 6: Protecting the Creator or the Entrepreneur? The Copyright Law\`s Dilemma in the Sphere of Performer\`s Rights by P Ishwara Bhat, Chapter 7: Methodological Issues in Copyright and Other Property Rights by S Giriappa and P A Rego, Chapter 8: Copyright and Media by Vishwesh Sekhar, Chapter 9: Nature and Extent of Copyright Protection for Computer Program by K R Aithal, Chapter 10: Copyright and Software by Bobby Kunhu, Chapter 11: Internet Domain Names and Trademarks by R G B Bhagavath Kumar, Chapter 12: A Critical Analysis of the Copyright in Designs and Latest Legal Developments by V Seshaiah Shasthri, Chapter 13: Copyright and Folklore by Lauri Honko, Chapter 14: Challenges of Copyright Law from Information Technology Laws by Justice B K Somashekara, Chapter 15: Copyright Law and Matters Enforcement Aspect from Police Point of View by T G Krishna Bhat, Chapter 16: Organizations Working for the Assistance of Intellectual Property Rights and Patenting in India by M K Bhandi and V B Savanur, Chapter 17: Copyright in the Classroom by Ravishankar Rao, Chapter 18: Copyright Law and Biotechnology by M N Madhyastha and P D Rekha, Chapter 19: Ethical Aspects of Copyright in India by G P Shivram, Chapter 20: Economic Analysis of copyright Laws by H A Shankaranarayana, Chapter 21: Towards the Economics of Copyrights by G V Joshi and I V Hegde. Printed Pages: 256. Seller Inventory # 58978

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S Murty

Published by RBSA, Jaipur (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176112321 ISBN 13: 9788176112321

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About this Item: RBSA, Jaipur, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Chapter Scheme A. Changing faces of Indian agriculture 1. Changing pattern of foodgrain production in India/Anil Kumar Chaudhary. 2. Changing agrarian sector and its impact on agricultural labourer in Punjab/Shakuntala Gupta. 3. Changing scenario of work participation in agricultural sector in Union territory of Pondicherry/Mogana Soundary P. 4. Changing agrarian relations and rural female labour a study in the context of Gujarat State/Mahesh V. Joshi. 5. Angles and ages of agriculture in Madhya Pradesh/P.K. Awasthi Deepak Rathi and N.K. Raghuvanshi. 6. Opening markets for agriculture/M. Lakshmi Narsaiah. b. Agricultural policy an appraisal 7. Paradigms of agricultural policy and economic reforms an appraisal/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava and Asha Rani. 8. Development rural poverty and policy the Indian context/Sibranjan Misra. 9. Food security agricultural biotechnology and intellectual property rights regime/Falendra K. Sudan. 10. An integrated economic development approach a study in the context of agricultural linked non farm sector development in Saurashtra/Mahesh V. Joshi. 11. Inland fish cultivation in India identification of its constraints/Sibranjan Misra. C. Globalisation and Indian Industry 12. Globalisation and decentralised development/S.N. Chaturvedi. 13. Impact of globalization on Indian industries/Ravi Prakash Yadav and Sanjay Kumar Jha. 14. Liberalization and the future of sugar industry in India/W.N. Salve. D. Industry miscellaneous 15. Role of Haryana Financial Corporation (HFC) in financing small scale industry/Anil Kumar. 16. Sugar Industry and Social Security for Seasonal Migrant Workers in Maharashtra/W.N. Salve. Agriculture and industry are the two most important sectors of Indian economy. Agriculture has been a major contributor to the GDP in India. Though its percentage share has been decreasing over the years its absolute contribution has been on the rise. It is also the largest employment providing sector and provides food surplus for the expanding population. It is a source of raw material to many industries. Its role in capital formation within the country and foreign exchange earning from outside the country cannot be ignored. The overall importance of agriculture in the country makes it necessary to improve the feudal relations state of agricultural indebtedness labour wage dualism in agriculture and industry old farming techniques fluctuations and instability in crop output and a consolidated overall agricultural policy for the whole country. As regards industrial sector it received special importance during the plan period. Different plans laid importance to various types of industries and the plan targets and objectives for industrial development also differed. In spite of all this industrial growth there have been problems in this sector like gaps between targets and achievements under capacity utilization poor performance of public sector regional imbalance industrial sickness labour problems etc. which need to be probed and sorted out. This book is about the different faces and phases of agriculture and industry in India and it is hoped that it will be helpful to all those who are in any way interested in the study of agriculture and industry. 257 pp. Seller Inventory # 52549

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A.K. Sharma, B.P. Chamola, K.G. Mukerji (Eds)

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2000)

ISBN 10: 8176482048 ISBN 13: 9788176482042

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book contains Original articles on various aspects of Botany including ethnobotany, palaeobotany, Plant pathology, applied mycology, Biotechnology and forestry. Such a varied and up-to-date is bound to make it useful to the Botanists, Agriculturists, Foresters and Scientific management advisers and administrators. The contributors are well known in their specialised Fields of Research and they have made sincere efforts to make their papers as recent and comprehensive as possible. It is hoped that it will fully meet the objective of catering to needs of Plant Scientists from different disciplines. Contents: 1. Sexual Differentiation in Higher Plants/A. Kumar 2. Studies on the Pollination Sub-system in the Five Tree Species of Caesalpiniaceae/B.K. Shukla 3. Organization, Structure and Seasonal Behaviour of Cambium and its Derivatives in Some Tropical Trees/Shashi K. Anand and M.K. Paliwal 4. The Orchid Protocorm : An Opinion/Talyana B. Batygina and Elena V. Andronova 5. Climatic Fluctuation Based on Two Hundred Million-Year-old (± 225 M.Y. - Triassic) Plants in Indian Peninsula : A Significant Advance in Botany/S.C. Srivastava and Neeru Prakash 6. Permian Triassic Palynofloras from Euramerican and Gondwanan Regions : An Overview/R.S. Tiwari 7. Some Aspects of Bryophyte-animal Associations/P.L. Uniyal 8. Conservation of Some Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Wealth in High Altitude of Uttrakhand Himalaya/V.P. Bhatt 9. Observations on the Rarity Patterns and Endemism in Flowering Plants of U.P. Himalaya and their Relevance for Conservation Planning/Sangeeta Gupta, G.P. Raturi and A.B. Bhatt 10. Association of Plants with Tharu Tribe of Indo-nepal Terai Region/S.D.P. Sinha, Tulika Anupriya, Sunita Kumari and Vishwa Vihari 11. Joint Forest Management : Aspects and Prospects/S.K. Gupta 12. Forest Tree Improvement in India/A.K. Sharma 13. Watershed Management in Rained Areas : Genesis and Evolution/D.D. Sharma and Anita Sharma 14. Indian Gene Centre : Prospects for Collection and Conservation of Plant Diversity/Anjula Pandey 15. Gene Transfer Technology : An Overview/Inderjeet Singh Bakshi 16. Chitinases and their Potential Applications : Present Status and Future Prospects/Rani Gupta, H. Mohapatra and R.K. Saxena 17. Cellulolytic Properties of Mycoflora Present in the Sewage Effluents of Kanpur/R.K. Gupta and K. Gupta 18. Allozyme Electrophoresis : Visualisation and Interpretation of Electrophoretic Data/R. Prakash and Seema Dubey 19. Plastics in Agriculture : Polyhouse Technology/M. Kumar 20. Role of Cell Envelope in Relation in Susceptibility and Resistance to Antibiotics/Protiti Bose, Mohd. Sarosh Khan and Kiran Singh 21. Microbes in Biotechnology/Rajni Gupta, B.P. Chamola and T.N. Lakhanpal 22. Biodiversity and Potential Applications of Yeasts/Ashima Bali, S. Puniya and T. Satyanarayana 23. Microbial Ecology of Polluted Soils : Some Aspects/C. Manoharachary, A. Narayana Laxmi and I.K. Kunwar 24. Aspergillus Mediated Diseases and their Diagnosis/Anubha Paliwal and Shailly Nigam 25. Ear-Cockle : An Important Seed Borne Disease of Wheat/S.P. Tiwari and M.N. Khare 26. Soybean Rust : Present Scenario and Future Strategies/M.N. Khare and M.S. Bhale 27. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi as a Tool for Sustainable Agriculture in Relation to under Utilized Plants/Vandana Joshi 28. Mycorrhizal Technology to Enhance the Growth and Yield of Aromatic Plants/Rupam Kapoor and K.G. Mukerji 29. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Association Under Stress Conditions/B. Giri, B.P. Chamola, Neelu and K.G. Mukerji Printed Pages: 460. Seller Inventory # 37595

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S B Verma; Shiw Kumar Jiloka and Kannaki Das

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Rural Education 1. Rural education issues and initiatives/Anant Mital. 2. Free and compulsory education challenges for rural areas/Nalini Juneja. 3. Education of girls building bridges for future/Sandeep Kumar. 4. Backward and forward linkages strengthen primary education/Vimala Ramachandran. 5. Panchayati Raj and education in rural areas/Ajit Kumar. 6. Dropout problem among tribal students at school level/B.R. Kukreti and Manoj Kumar Saxena. 7. Tribal education in India/P.K. Mohanty. 8. Impact of shifting cultivation on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 9. Status of tribal education/K. Raja Mohan Rao and S. Vaidehi. 10. Evolvement of district information system for education/Arun C. Mehta. 11. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan/D.K. Padhi. 12. Shifting cultivation and its affect on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 13. Primary education in rural areas/S. Rajakutty. 14. Linkage between education and business institutions/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 15. Resource education/Anil P. Joshi. 16. Basic education for rural areas/V.S. Gupta. 17. Rural education for social change/Navin Chandra Joshi. 18. Education problems and reforms/S.M. Rafique. 19. Impact of adult education on development in India/S.Y. Shah. 20. Science literacy for a changing future/Narottam Sahoo. 21. Making economic sense of Indian science/R.A. Mashelkar. 22. Publishing exam results on the net/Neeta Verma and M. Kamlakkannan. 23. Universalization of education a challenge/Vijay Kulkarni. 24. India as a knowledge society/K. Venkatasubramanian. 25. Education and policies for physically challenged/Prashant Ranjan Dutt. 26. Education for youth in the global society/Karan Singh. 27. Vocational education for development of rural India/M.M. Luther. 28. Open learning in the context of globalisation/M.M. Ansari. 29. Peace education/S.K. Yerankar. 30. Return to innocence value education in the post modern age/Saswat S. Das. 31. Educational institutions and human values/Bharat Singh Negi. II. Rural Technologies 32. Role of science and technology in sustainable development/R. Dayanandan. 33. Krishi Vigyan Kendras Grass root endeavours in transfer of technology/Nisha Aravind and D. Rakhesh. 34. Rural renaissance through rural technologies/Bharat R. Sant. 35. Rural empowerment through decentralized technology/Anil P. Joshi. 36. National agricultural technology project transcending technology gap/Aditya Keshari Mishra. 37. Institutional linkages for Micro enterprises development/N. Mohanan and V. Kulandaiswamy. 38. Technology development and transfer in mountain areas/Sunil K. Agarwal. 39. Expert system an effective tool for technology transfer/S.C. Sharma and B.L. Dhaka. III. Biotechnology in rural India 40. Biotechnology in India A bird's eye view/S. Natesh. 41. Biotechnology new technology for rural transformation/Gursharan Singh Kainth. 42. Patents in biotechnology/V. Lakshmikumaran. 43. Fingerprinting of a different kind CDFD in service of mankind/Swatantra Radhakrishnan. 44. Biotechnology industry and its future role in Indian economy/Swami Prakash Srivastava. 45. Biotechnology in erosion control and slope stabilization/R.K. Khitoliya. 46. Building global excellence through scientist entrepreneurs/Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. 47. Biotechnology and intellectual property rights/J.P. Mishra. Index. Education in rural areas despite being promoted on a grand scale by the government still struggles for survival. Increase in drop out rate decrease in enrolment rate lack of infrastructural facilities indifferent attitude of teachers towards students and vague understanding of the benefits of education among the parents of rural children are some of the major ills plaguing educational scenario in rural areas. One of the biggest problems facing the spread of education in deprived areas is the timely release of funds from the government. Community participation in education in rural areas not only ensures physical and human facilities at schools but also motivates the teachers to achieve highe. Seller Inventory # 60936

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A.K. Sharma, B.P. Chamola, K.G. Mukerji (Eds)

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book contains Original articles on various aspects of Botany including ethnobotany, palaeobotany, Plant pathology, applied mycology, Biotechnology and forestry. Such a varied and up-to-date is bound to make it useful to the Botanists, Agriculturists, Foresters and Scientific management advisers and administrators. The contributors are well known in their specialised Fields of Research and they have made sincere efforts to make their papers as recent and comprehensive as possible. It is hoped that it will fully meet the objective of catering to needs of Plant Scientists from different disciplines. Contents: 1. Sexual Differentiation in Higher Plants/A. Kumar 2. Studies on the Pollination Sub-system in the Five Tree Species of Caesalpiniaceae/B.K. Shukla 3. Organization, Structure and Seasonal Behaviour of Cambium and its Derivatives in Some Tropical Trees/Shashi K. Anand and M.K. Paliwal 4. The Orchid Protocorm : An Opinion/Talyana B. Batygina and Elena V. Andronova 5. Climatic Fluctuation Based on Two Hundred Million-Year-old (± 225 M.Y. - Triassic) Plants in Indian Peninsula : A Significant Advance in Botany/S.C. Srivastava and Neeru Prakash 6. Permian Triassic Palynofloras from Euramerican and Gondwanan Regions : An Overview/R.S. Tiwari 7. Some Aspects of Bryophyte-animal Associations/P.L. Uniyal 8. Conservation of Some Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Wealth in High Altitude of Uttrakhand Himalaya/V.P. Bhatt 9. Observations on the Rarity Patterns and Endemism in Flowering Plants of U.P. Himalaya and their Relevance for Conservation Planning/Sangeeta Gupta, G.P. Raturi and A.B. Bhatt 10. Association of Plants with Tharu Tribe of Indo-nepal Terai Region/S.D.P. Sinha, Tulika Anupriya, Sunita Kumari and Vishwa Vihari 11. Joint Forest Management : Aspects and Prospects/S.K. Gupta 12. Forest Tree Improvement in India/A.K. Sharma 13. Watershed Management in Rained Areas : Genesis and Evolution/D.D. Sharma and Anita Sharma 14. Indian Gene Centre : Prospects for Collection and Conservation of Plant Diversity/Anjula Pandey 15. Gene Transfer Technology : An Overview/Inderjeet Singh Bakshi 16. Chitinases and their Potential Applications : Present Status and Future Prospects/Rani Gupta, H. Mohapatra and R.K. Saxena 17. Cellulolytic Properties of Mycoflora Present in the Sewage Effluents of Kanpur/R.K. Gupta and K. Gupta 18. Allozyme Electrophoresis : Visualisation and Interpretation of Electrophoretic Data/R. Prakash and Seema Dubey 19. Plastics in Agriculture : Polyhouse Technology/M. Kumar 20. Role of Cell Envelope in Relation in Susceptibility and Resistance to Antibiotics/Protiti Bose, Mohd. Sarosh Khan and Kiran Singh 21. Microbes in Biotechnology/Rajni Gupta, B.P. Chamola and T.N. Lakhanpal 22. Biodiversity and Potential Applications of Yeasts/Ashima Bali, S. Puniya and T. Satyanarayana 23. Microbial Ecology of Polluted Soils : Some Aspects/C. Manoharachary, A. Narayana Laxmi and I.K. Kunwar 24. Aspergillus Mediated Diseases and their Diagnosis/Anubha Paliwal and Shailly Nigam 25. Ear-Cockle : An Important Seed Borne Disease of Wheat/S.P. Tiwari and M.N. Khare 26. Soybean Rust : Present Scenario and Future Strategies/M.N. Khare and M.S. Bhale 27. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi as a Tool for Sustainable Agriculture in Relation to under Utilized Plants/Vandana Joshi 28. Mycorrhizal Technology to Enhance the Growth and Yield of Aromatic Plants/Rupam Kapoor and K.G. Mukerji 29. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Association Under Stress Conditions/B. Giri, B.P. Chamola, Neelu and K.G. Mukerji Printed Pages: 460. Seller Inventory # 37595

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N K Joshi

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 8179101894 ISBN 13: 9788179101896

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Crop movement in India. 2. Green Revolution. 3. Nitrogen fixation. 4. Transgenic plants. 5. Synthetic seeds. 6. Mycorrhizae applications in agriculture and forestry. 7. Somatic embryogenesis. 8. Micropropagation in plants. 9. Somaclonal variation cell selection and genotype improvement. 10. Protoplast culture. 11. Plant tissue culture. 12. Metabolites from recombinant DNA modified plants. 13. Virus free clones through plant tissue culture. 14. Forestry biotechnology. 15. Biotechnology approaches for better utilization of medicinal and aromatic plants. Bibliography. Index. Improvements and new discoveries in biological fertilizers soil and water conservation biodiversity conservation pest control and changes in land ownership and distribution will lead to improved production capacity. Worldwide agricultural production continues to suffer substantial losses (20 40%) due to pests weeps and diseases. Biotechnology applications integrated into conventional systems hold much promise in augmenting agriculture production and productivity particularly given the need to protect the environment and biodiversity while increasing production sustainably. In a single line we can say agricultural biotechnology plays a significant role in solving world hunger by developing agricultural crops that provide both higher yield and more resistance to pathogens and adverse environmental and climatic condition. The chapters have been chosen to ensure that the reader gets a complete picture of the processes and techniques involved in agricultural biotechnology and the methods by which productivity and food availability can be increased. 452 pp. Seller Inventory # 62978

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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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L V Gangawane and V C Khilare

Published by Daya, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170354749 ISBN 13: 9788170354741

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/C.D. Mayee. Foreword/C. Manoharachary. Preface. A biographical sketch of Jayashree Deshpande. 1. Eco friendly alternatives to pesticides in management of soil and tuber borne diseases of potato in organic farming/R.K. Arora and Jyotsana Sharma. 2. Cellulosic ethanol fuel for the future/M.M.V. Baig and S.S. Wadje. 3. Soft rot of garlic caused by Geotrichum candium L. Pathogenesis biochemical changes and control/B. Bhadraiah and P. Rama Rao. 4. Role of air borne fungi in the biodeterioration of Buddhist paintings in Ajanta caves/Brahmanand Deshpande and L.V. Gangawane. 5. Environmental protection a case study on the highly polluted major lakes of Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh/S.V.A. Chandrasekhar. 6. Some facts regarding the mangroves of Maharashtra/N.S. Chavan M.V. Gokhale and A.B. Telave. 7. Emperical relations for eco labeling of agricultural farms/V.A.S. Daniel and S.B. Wagh. 8. Impact of distillery effluents on water and soil quality/Jayashree Deshpande and V.S. Lomte. 9. Environmental issues herbal pharmaceutical industries/D.M. Dharmadhikari and A.P. Vanerkar. 10. Rhizosphere and Rhizoplane Mycoflora under the influence of deproteinized leaf juice of Lucerne/D.A. Doiphode and A.M. Mungikar. 11. Role of nitrogen fixing microorganism in bioremediation of salt affected soils/L.V. Gangawane. 12. Sewage irrigation and soil microorganisms/P.N. Jadhav and L.V. Gangawane. 13. Biodegradation of Lignin sub structure model compounds by Penicillium/S.R. Joshi and S.A. Dutta. 14. Some considerations on genetically modified organisms and aquatic biodiversity/G.D. Khedkar and A.S. Ninawe. 15. Environmental impacts on fish germplasm/G.D. Khedkar. 16. Municipal solid and hazardous waste management a review/V.C. Khilare and L.V. Gangawane. 17. Pesticide threat and biotechnological remedies/G.K. Kulkarni. 18. Importance of VAM Fungal Diversity on forest tree species in a deciduous forest/H.C. Lakshman. 19. Distribution density and diversity of primary producers in Thane Creek Waters/V.W. Lande and J.P. Kotangale. 20. Assessment of biomass as energy resource/S. Mande and S.B. Wagh. 21. Mitosporic fungi and their importance/C. Manoharachary and B. Bhadraiah. 22. Environment and its global issues/B.N. Pande. 23. Nutrient reduction though utilization of bio indicators a case study of a tropical lake/S. Pani A. Dubey and S.M. Misra. 24. Biocontrol potential of Trichoderma a review/S.S. Patale and D.S. Mukadam. 25. Oceanography as environment/S.K. Patel. 26. Ecological studies of leaf litter fungi of Citrus aurantium/Ch Ramesh and K.C. Raju. 27. Environmental protection in relation to Vipassana Meditation/J.S. Sardar. 28. Urbanization a worldwide problem/Nilima Wahegaonkar. 29. Transition from hydrocarbon to hydrogen global initiatives to harness green energy/A. Yogamoorrthi. 30. Biotechnology in environment management/S.R. Wate and S. Bodkhe. Index. Now a days maintaining the healthy environment on the surface of the earth has been essential. The scientist has evaluated various methods and now it has been possible to manage the environmental pollution. In this context the present volume includes the recent technologies for the management of environment in different directions. The volume Sustainable Environmental Management consists of 30 review articles on different aspects of environmental studies by well known international scientists which also provide guidelines to pathologists microbiologists biotechnologists and other scientists for sustainable environment on this globe. 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 63444

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Edited by R.D. Khulbe

Published by Shree Almora Book Depot (1992)

ISBN 10: 8190020935 ISBN 13: 9788190020930

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About this Item: Shree Almora Book Depot, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Aquatic microbes: 1. Seasonal occurrence and movements of fungi in streams/F. Barlocher. 2. Zoosporic fungi in the neotropics/A.I. Milanez. 3. Aquatic fungi and their activity in Kumaun Himalaya : a review/R.D. Khulbe. 4. Effect of light and some chemicals on the growth and development of Calothrix marchica/A.S. Ahluwalia and R. Mann. II. Soil & seed mycroflora: 1. On some aspects of microbial activity in soil/R.C. Dubey, L. Pandey and R. Gaur. 2. Distribution and seasonal periodicity of Saprolegniaceae and Pythium in certain crop fields of Tarai region of Nainital, India/B.L. Verma and R.D. Khulbe. 3. Seed-borne fungal mycoflora of agricultural crops of Himalayan region of Nepal/K. Shrestha and R.D. Timila. 4. Seed Mycoflora of certain Cucurbitaceous vegetables in Haldwani area of Kumaun, Himalaya/R.D. Khulbe, A. Durgapal & C.S. Joshi. 5. Studies of Mycoflora associated with seeds of chilli and tomato crops in Ramnagar area of Kumaun Himalaya/R.D. Khulbe and Chandra Joshi. 6. Fungal deterioration of storage seeds of Brassica oleracea var. botrytis, B. oleracea var. capitata and Raphanus sativus in Kumaun Himalaya/R.D. Khulbe and P. Harbola. 7. Pythium spinosum Sawada and P. aphanidermatum (Edron) Fitz, as parasitic to tomato seedlings/R.S. Negi and R.D. Khulbe. 8. Mycoflora associated with the seeds of Pea (Pisum sativum L.) in storage and field conditions of Garampani area/R.D. Khulbe, D.C. Sati, M.C. Sati and A.P. Dhyani. 9. Role of saprophytic mycoflora in deterioration of Lahi seeds under storage and field conditions of Kumaun Hills/A.P. Dhyani, M.C. Sati and R.D. Khulbe. 10. Study of disease symptoms in relation to taxonomy of the causal organisms/R.D. Khulbe, M.C. Sati and A.P. Dhyani. III. Leaf, fruit & bee mycoflora: 1. Fungal diseases of some important crop plants grown in Garhwal Himalaya/G.S. Bisht and S.L. Srivastava. 2. Ecology of leaf surface fungi on Setaria italica (Linn.) Beauv, in Kumaun Himalaya/M.L. Upadhyay and R.C. Gupta. 3. Studies on control measures of late blight of potato in the nomadic areas of Garhwal Himalaya/S.L. Srivastava and G.S. Bisht. 4. Survey of leaf spot diseases of Pithoragarh Hills : a brief note/R.S. Adhikari. 5. Virus and mycoplasma diseases of fruit trees in Garhwal Himalaya/B.D. Suteri. 6. Some important fungal diseases of fruit plants in Himalayan region/V.B. Jain and S.D. Lal. 7. Post harvest diseases of fruits and their control/P.K. Nagar. 8. Important diseases of ornamental plants in Kumaun Hills of U.P. with their control measures/S.D. Lal and K.C. Tripathi. 9. Diseases of conifers in the Himalayas and their control/R.C. Sharma. 10. The tree Mycorrhiza/T.N. Lakhanpal. 11. Mycorrhizal association with particular reference to tea/M. Sharma and Rashmi. 12. Some important diseases of Indian bee (Apis cerana indica Feb.) in Himalayan region/N.K. Joshi. IV. Lichens, higher & edible fungi: 1. High altitude lichens from western Himalaya : a survey/M.P. Sharma and R. Tayal. 2. Some saxicolous lichens of Nainital, Kumaun Himalaya-I/S.C. Sati, P. Tewari and P. Joshi. 3. Some corticolous lichens of Ninital, Kumaun Himalaya-II/S.C. Sati, P. Joshi and P. Tewari. 4. Lichens from Sat Tal (Nainital) of Kumaun Himalaya, India/S.C. Sati and S. Usman. 5. An appraisal of the Himalayan inoperculates/M.P. Sharma. 6. Xylaria Hill : Schrank from eastern Himalaya/A.M. Narula and G.S. Rawla. 7. Morchella--the most interesting fungus among all the edible fungi/Yash Gupta. 8. Physiological studies on Agrocybe species/S.P. Abraham, L.N. Nair and T.N. Kaul. 9. Studies on Clavariaceae of Pithoragarh Hills/R.S. Adhikari. 10. Composting in Agaricus bisporus/Yash Gupta. V. Myco-biotechnology: 1. Production of pathogen free plants using tissue culture techniques/A. Sood and L.M.S. Palni. 2. Breeding approaches to production of disease resistant plants/S. Dwivedi, S. Singh and T.R. Sharma. 3. In vitro selection of cell lines for disease resistance/D.V. Rao and L.M.S. Palni. 4. My. Seller Inventory # ABE-11261592541

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Somu Giriappa

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. There has been an increasing awareness as to the nexus between economics and law affecting the economy, as a whole. Many economic laws purport to uphold the rule of law and any violation of the laws is meted out with appropriate punitive measures. It is the bounden duty of citizens as well the lawmakers and implementers of safeguard the basic tenets of the rule of law principles embedded in the laws and see that they are enforced and adhered to with economic rationality.;In this, discussion on intellectual property rights has centered around compliance to the WTO standards and all the member countries including India are to modernize their IPR laws toward a globalized adoption and relevance. This volume attempts to pinpoint the status of IPRs with special reference to copyright laws and the likely issues involved in enforcement, violation and adherence to the copyright law and neighboring matters. The papers included are the outcome of a seminar and issues discussed range from the salient features of copyright and other IPRs, the problems in enforcement, the extent of adherence and the prospects in the globalized world.;Copyright being a sovereign right can be exchanged provided there are some costs including monopoly empowerment, but in this the economy\`s overall welfare has to be safeguarded. In this, it is hoped that the papers written by experts in the field of law would be a beginning to understand the nuances of copyright and other IPRs and their role in the economy. There is the necessity for further deliberations on the nexus between economy and law and it is hoped that this volume would fill in the gap confronting the desired linkage.;Contents;Chapter 1: Copyright Law and Practice in India: A Cross Check by N L Mitra & Sahana Murthy, Chapter 2: Economics and Politics of Copyright by G Thimmaiah, Chapter 3: Copyright and Related Rights: Law and Enforcement in India by T C James, Chapter 4: A Study on Copyright, Infringement and Remedies by R Vengam and M Rajendran, Chapter 5: Copyright Law by E Vijaya Kumar, Chapter 6: Protecting the Creator or the Entrepreneur? The Copyright Law\`s Dilemma in the Sphere of Performer\`s Rights by P Ishwara Bhat, Chapter 7: Methodological Issues in Copyright and Other Property Rights by S Giriappa and P A Rego, Chapter 8: Copyright and Media by Vishwesh Sekhar, Chapter 9: Nature and Extent of Copyright Protection for Computer Program by K R Aithal, Chapter 10: Copyright and Software by Bobby Kunhu, Chapter 11: Internet Domain Names and Trademarks by R G B Bhagavath Kumar, Chapter 12: A Critical Analysis of the Copyright in Designs and Latest Legal Developments by V Seshaiah Shasthri, Chapter 13: Copyright and Folklore by Lauri Honko, Chapter 14: Challenges of Copyright Law from Information Technology Laws by Justice B K Somashekara, Chapter 15: Copyright Law and Matters Enforcement Aspect from Police Point of View by T G Krishna Bhat, Chapter 16: Organizations Working for the Assistance of Intellectual Property Rights and Patenting in India by M K Bhandi and V B Savanur, Chapter 17: Copyright in the Classroom by Ravishankar Rao, Chapter 18: Copyright Law and Biotechnology by M N Madhyastha and P D Rekha, Chapter 19: Ethical Aspects of Copyright in India by G P Shivram, Chapter 20: Economic Analysis of copyright Laws by H A Shankaranarayana, Chapter 21: Towards the Economics of Copyrights by G V Joshi and I V Hegde. Printed Pages: 256. Seller Inventory # 58978

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S.K. Verma N.M. Nahar

Published by Scientific (2001)

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About this Item: Scientific, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Preface. 1. Sustainable development of arid agro-ecosystems/ Mangala Rai and A.K. Bawa. 2. Development of agriculture in Indian arid zone/A.S. Faroda. 3. Research priorities for arid horticulture/O.P. Pareek.4. Dryland agriculture technology in Haryana/K.S. Panwar. 5. Agriculture in the arid zones of Gujarat/N.K. Patel and P.H. Bhatt. 6. Integrated pest management in dryland agriculture/Satya Vir and S.K. Verma. 7. Botanical Survey of India : arid zone circle/P.M. Padhye and V. Singh. 8. Remote sensing for monitoring locust population in Thar desert/P.P. Sinha and J. Prasad. 9. Peculiarities of arid zone soils/D.C. Joshi. 10. Major vector- borne human diseases in the Thar desert, with special reference to the changing climate/B.K. Tyagi. 11. Biotechnology in arid agriculture and forestry/R. Raj Bhansali. 12. Priorities for forestry research in arid zone of India/M.L. Arrawatia. 13. Farmer centred extension strategy for drylands/H.P. Singh. 14. State remote sensing application centre and arid zone development/N.K. Kalra. 15. Groundwater development in arid zone of Rajasthan/S.C. Paliwal and D.C. Sharma. 16. Alternative energy resources/N.M. Nahar and K.P. Thanvi. 17. Working with desert communities/L.C. Tyagi. 18. Priorities for mines and geology in arid zone/D.S. Mehta and S.S. Jamrani. 19. Research priorities for sheep husbandry/R.N. Singh. 20. Camel production and development/N.D. Khanna. Seller Inventory # 25310

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Trilok Chandra Majupuria

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About this Item: M. Devi (Kathmandu), India. Softbound. Condition: New. Contents: 1. Why this book?/T.C. Majupuria. 2. Physiography/C.K. Sharma. 3. The Himalaya/Bob Stoddard. 4. Evolution of the Himalaya/M.S. Manandhar. 5. Himalayan zones and vegetation/M.S. Mani. 6. Water resources/Kiran Shankar. 7. Water power potential/H.M. Shrestha. 8. Climate/Kiran Shankar & P.P. Shrestha. 9. Bioclimate of Central Nepal/D.P. Joshi. 10. Rainfall distribution/Ishwar Lal Singha. 11. Frequency analysis of 24 hrs. Precipitation of Kathmandu/L.M. Acharya. 12. Soils their problems and management/Ranjit Shah. 13. Earthquakes/M.R. Pandey. 14. Geotechnical investigation programmes for weir and barrage/G.D. Shah. 15. Mineral wealth in the Ganesh Himal/C.K. Chakravarti. 16. The quarternary deposits of Marsyangdi Valley and its geomorphic evolution/Toran Sharma. 17. Fossils/Robert M. West & Jens Munthe. 18. Vegetation pattern/R.P. Chaudhary. 19. Forests/M.K. Bajracharya. 20. Food crops/R.N. Mallick. 21. Cash crops/R.N. Mallick. 22. Edible wild fruits of the Kathmandu Valley/D. Bajracharya. 23. Poisonous plants of Kathmandu Valley/H.R. Bhandary & P.B. Shrestha. 24. Common weeds/Puskal Regmi. 25. Ornamental flowers of Kathmandu Valley/D. Bajracharya R.P. Chaudhary & K.C. Shrestha. 26. Phytogeography and ecology of Rhododendron/P.R. Shakya. 27. Rhododendrons/T.B. Shrestha. 28. Ferns in general/R.I. Fleming. 29. Ferns/Vidya Gurung. 30. Lichens/L.R. Sharma. 31. A synopsis of orchid flora/M.I. Banerjee & Prabha Pradhan. 32. Orchids of Kathmandu Valley/V.N.P. Gupta. 33. Mushrooms/Hemant Bhandary. 34. Fibre yielding plants/Puskal P. Regmi. 35. Indigenous gymnosperms/T.B. Shrestha. 36. Medicinal plants/S.B. Malla & P.R. Shakya. 37. Religious plants/T.C. Majupuria. 38. Vegetables/Puskal P. Regmi. 39. Fruits and horticultural development in hills/K.B. Rajbhandari. 40. Cereal diseases/S. Mohin Shah. 41. Citrus decline problems/S. Mohin Shah. 42. Environmental impact on agricultural development/Janak L. Nayava. 43. Cropping system/R.N. Mallick. 44. Population pressure on subsistence farming in the middle hills of Nepal/Rieger. 45. Vegetation and people of Western Nepal with special reference to Karnali zone/T.B. Shrestha. 46. Highlanders and their environments in East Nepal/M. Numata. 47. Man and environment/Ratna Shamsher & Rana. 48. Save ecological balance/K.P. Sigdyal. 49. Ecological hazards/T.C. Majupuria. 50. Environment of Nepal/Manmohan Dhoj & Joshi. 51. Ecosystem of Nepal Himalaya/R.L. Shrestha. 52. Ecology of Godavari Hills (A case study)/R.B. Khadka Jiwan Shrestha and A.S. Tamrakar. 53. Plant ecology of Central Midland Nepal/Govind Ghimire. 54. Ecology of Pokhara Valley/M.P. Tripathi. 55. Conservation education in Nepal/Ukesh R. Bhuju. 56. Environmental trends/P.K. Jha & S.B. Karmacharya. 57. Environmental pollution in Nepal/P.K. Jha & H.D. Lekhak. 58. State of environment in Biratnagar region of Nepal/Sashinath Jha. 59. Ecotourism/P.K. Jha. 60. Water pollution in Nepal a case study of Kathmandu/G.P.S. Ghimire. 61. Pollution level of Nepalese water resources/Subodh Sharma. 62. Plant biodiversity of Nepal/R.P. Chaudhary. 63. Wetlands of Nepal biodiversity and its conservation/Jay Prakash Shah & Seema K. Shah. 64. Diversity and phytogeography of legumes in Nepal/Krishna K. Shrestha. 65. Aquatic macrophytes of Nepal/P.K. Shrestha. 66. Gastromycetes of Nepal/Mahesh K. Adhikari. 67. Algae of Nepal/Sushim Ranjan Baral. 68. Langur's (Presbytis entellus) major food plants and their contains/Mukesh K. Chalise. 69. Role of farm level biotechnology in Nepal/Nirmal Joshee & Lucy Joshee. 70. Rapid in vitro propagation and callus induction/Shweta Sinha. 71. Select references/R.L. Singh. 72. Index. 200 pp. Seller Inventory # 76

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R C Ram and Asha Sinha

Published by Daya, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 817035448X ISBN 13: 9788170354482

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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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A.K. Sharma, B.P. Chamola, K.G. Mukerji (Eds)

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book contains Original articles on various aspects of Botany including ethnobotany, palaeobotany, Plant pathology, applied mycology, Biotechnology and forestry. Such a varied and up-to-date is bound to make it useful to the Botanists, Agriculturists, Foresters and Scientific management advisers and administrators. The contributors are well known in their specialised Fields of Research and they have made sincere efforts to make their papers as recent and comprehensive as possible. It is hoped that it will fully meet the objective of catering to needs of Plant Scientists from different disciplines. Contents: 1. Sexual Differentiation in Higher Plants/A. Kumar 2. Studies on the Pollination Sub-system in the Five Tree Species of Caesalpiniaceae/B.K. Shukla 3. Organization, Structure and Seasonal Behaviour of Cambium and its Derivatives in Some Tropical Trees/Shashi K. Anand and M.K. Paliwal 4. The Orchid Protocorm : An Opinion/Talyana B. Batygina and Elena V. Andronova 5. Climatic Fluctuation Based on Two Hundred Million-Year-old (± 225 M.Y. - Triassic) Plants in Indian Peninsula : A Significant Advance in Botany/S.C. Srivastava and Neeru Prakash 6. Permian Triassic Palynofloras from Euramerican and Gondwanan Regions : An Overview/R.S. Tiwari 7. Some Aspects of Bryophyte-animal Associations/P.L. Uniyal 8. Conservation of Some Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Wealth in High Altitude of Uttrakhand Himalaya/V.P. Bhatt 9. Observations on the Rarity Patterns and Endemism in Flowering Plants of U.P. Himalaya and their Relevance for Conservation Planning/Sangeeta Gupta, G.P. Raturi and A.B. Bhatt 10. Association of Plants with Tharu Tribe of Indo-nepal Terai Region/S.D.P. Sinha, Tulika Anupriya, Sunita Kumari and Vishwa Vihari 11. Joint Forest Management : Aspects and Prospects/S.K. Gupta 12. Forest Tree Improvement in India/A.K. Sharma 13. Watershed Management in Rained Areas : Genesis and Evolution/D.D. Sharma and Anita Sharma 14. Indian Gene Centre : Prospects for Collection and Conservation of Plant Diversity/Anjula Pandey 15. Gene Transfer Technology : An Overview/Inderjeet Singh Bakshi 16. Chitinases and their Potential Applications : Present Status and Future Prospects/Rani Gupta, H. Mohapatra and R.K. Saxena 17. Cellulolytic Properties of Mycoflora Present in the Sewage Effluents of Kanpur/R.K. Gupta and K. Gupta 18. Allozyme Electrophoresis : Visualisation and Interpretation of Electrophoretic Data/R. Prakash and Seema Dubey 19. Plastics in Agriculture : Polyhouse Technology/M. Kumar 20. Role of Cell Envelope in Relation in Susceptibility and Resistance to Antibiotics/Protiti Bose, Mohd. Sarosh Khan and Kiran Singh 21. Microbes in Biotechnology/Rajni Gupta, B.P. Chamola and T.N. Lakhanpal 22. Biodiversity and Potential Applications of Yeasts/Ashima Bali, S. Puniya and T. Satyanarayana 23. Microbial Ecology of Polluted Soils : Some Aspects/C. Manoharachary, A. Narayana Laxmi and I.K. Kunwar 24. Aspergillus Mediated Diseases and their Diagnosis/Anubha Paliwal and Shailly Nigam 25. Ear-Cockle : An Important Seed Borne Disease of Wheat/S.P. Tiwari and M.N. Khare 26. Soybean Rust : Present Scenario and Future Strategies/M.N. Khare and M.S. Bhale 27. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi as a Tool for Sustainable Agriculture in Relation to under Utilized Plants/Vandana Joshi 28. Mycorrhizal Technology to Enhance the Growth and Yield of Aromatic Plants/Rupam Kapoor and K.G. Mukerji 29. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Association Under Stress Conditions/B. Giri, B.P. Chamola, Neelu and K.G. Mukerji Printed Pages: 460. Seller Inventory # 37595

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8179101223 ISBN 13: 9788179101223

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Leaf senescence/D. Mukherjee. 2. Allelopathy and weed management/Supriya Vaid Daizy R. Batish H.P. Singh and R.K. Kohli. 3. Pollen biology and pollen biotechnology present trends and future prospects/K. Viswanathan. 4. UV B and plants an overview/M.P. Ramanujam and K. Rajendiran. 5. Uptake and subsequent displacement of lead in lead tolerant fungal species from Kent U.K./A.K. Mitra. 6. Evaluation of Dalapon as male gametocide on Vigna mungo/S.A. Salgare and Theresa Sebastian. 7. Herbaceous flora and its distribution status in forest and roadside plantation sites/D.C. Bhatt P.N. Joshi K.D. Sorathiya and N.K. Patel. 8. Living gymnosperms in Tripura state of India/R.C. Srivastava and V.P. Singh. 9. Identification and distribution of sugarcane virus diseases in India/R.K. Gaur Maneesha Singh and G. P. Rao. 10. Seedling diseases inflicted by storage fungi of the seed/B.K. Prasad. 11. Diseases of betelvine and their management/H.B. Singh J.K. Johri A.P. Singh A. Singh R.S. Chaurasia and S. Srivastava. 12. The application of Raunkiaer's life forms for biospectrum investigation/D.C. Bhatt A.M. Patel P.P. Parekh and B.B. Maitrey. 13. Palaeopalynology of Kopili formation a review/G.K. Trivedi. 14. Evaluation of toxicity of pesticides to different populations of the rice field cyanobacteria/J.K. Sahu and S.P. Adhikary. 15. Origin and significance of vernacular names of some useful plants/S.C. Sharma Saltanatara Malik and M.K. Seth. 16. Glacial moraines in Garhwal Himalayas an ecological outlook/Uday N. Gaur and A.B. Bhatt. 17. Indian tree ficus religiosa L. a spiritual tree for changing human environment/Uma Shankar Vaish. 18. Vedic Yajna a solution for present day problems/Navneet and Prabhat. 19. Useful metabolites from plant tissue cultures/Renu Sarin. 20. Composts in plant disease suppression/Satish Lodha and Meenu Bareja. 21. Indian ferns and fern allies used in medicine/Silpi Das. 22. Biology and bicontrol of nematodes associated with pulses/Anuradha Singh and P.C. Trivedi. Index. The present book Applied Botany provides information about contemporary plant science research and its importance in the present context. In a nutshell this book covers major topics on areas of plant sciences and highlights gaps in our present knowledge so that the gaps can be filled up in the near future to keep pace with international progress. Thus the book provides a good glimpse of botanical research in India. This volume will serve not only as an excellent reference material but also as a practical guide for teachers research scholars students and workers in the field of plant sciences and agriculture. 362 pp. Seller Inventory # 57366

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

Published by Pointer, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 8171324835 ISBN 13: 9788171324835

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Food fermentation technology role significance and emerging trends/V.K. Joshi. 2. Microbial bioremediation/Rajendran P and Gunasekaran P. 3. Biological control of plant pathogens research commercialization and future prospects/D.S. Mishra Anshuman Tripathi Shekhar Varshney and U.S. Singh. 4. The biochemistry and molecular biology of nitrogen fixation/Rajan Katoch and Salej Sood. 5. Enhancement of activity of a metallolipase of Bacillus coagulans BTS 1 by metal Ions and pH/S.S. Kanwar I.A. Ghazi S.S. Chimni G.K. Joshi G.V. Rao R.K. Kaushal R. Gupta R. Lal and V. Punj. 6. Variation in cultural characteristics of phage marked Rhizobial strains nodulating pigeonpea/Ashok Mishra and B. Dhar. 7. How bacteria can benefit cereals and other non legumes/R.K. Singh R.P.N. Mishra H.K. Jaiswal Devyani Sen Shiveta Sharma and A. Vaishampayan. 8. Role of Pectolytic and cellulolytic enzymes in the process of pathogenesis/A. Mehta and P. Mehta. 9. Spirulina biology production and nutrition/Upasana Mishra and Sunil Pabbi. 10. Microsome technology for biodegradation of xenobiotics of health and environmental concern/Ved Pal Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 11. Toxic effects of non edible oil seed extracts on yellow fever Mosquito Aedes Aegypti (L)/Pushpa Pawar Vijay Tungikar and Swati Joshi. 12. Biomethanation of organic wastes achievements and perspectives/S.S. Kanwar and Raj Saini. 13. Textile effluents and their microbial bioremediation/B.V. Pandey and R.S. Upadhyay. 14. Mushroom research present status and future needs/Manjit Singh Bhandal and Nand Lall Vyas. 15. Mushroom cultivation a profitable venture in desert economy a review/Nand Lall Vyas and Manjit Singh. 16. Role of microbial community in advancement of Mushroom composting/Ajay Veer Singh and Reeta Goel. 17. Actinomycetes diversity and their importance an overview/R. Balagurunathan and M. Radhakrishnan. 18. Internet resources for mycologists/Hariom Yadav Shalini Jain A.K. Puniya and Kishan Singh. 19. Plant parasitic nematodes a constraint to the productivity of pulses and their management options/Anita Sharma and Akhtar Haseeb. 20. Rhizobium a way forward to agriculture biotechnology/Rakhi Agarwal Shweta Bajoria Sampat Nehra and P.C. Trivedi. Index. The microorganisms in influence the man in several ways. The diversity of their activities varies from causing diseases in human and other animals and plants to the production of various useful products recovery of metals increasing in soil fertility. Recently it has also become possible to manipulate bacteria and other microbes to produce substances using genetic engineering technology. This book Microbiology Current Trends contains 20 articles on different areas of microbiology including agriculture industry medical science bioremediation and molecular aspects. Topic on agricultural microbiology includes articles on the biochemistry and molecular biology of nitrogen fixation how bacteria can benefit cereals and other non legumes Rhizobium a way forward to agriculture biotechnology. In the section of environmental microbiology article on microbial bioremediation microsome technology for biodegradation of xenobiotics of health and environmental concern biomethanation of organic wastes achievement and perspectives textile effluents and their microbial bioremediation provide excellent information on the subject. The book incorporate articles on biological control of plant pathogens role of pectolytic and cellulytic enzymes in the process of pathogenesis plant parasitic nematodes A constraint to the productivity of pulses and their management options. Under food microbiology section articles on Mushroom cultivation mushroom research Present status and future needs role of microbial community in advancement of mushroom composting spirulina biology production and nutrition provides exhaustive information on the applied value of fungi and algae. Article on food fermentation technology enhancement of activity of a metallolipase of Ba. Seller Inventory # 62396

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P C Trivedi

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. A brief biography/S.C. Maheswari. 1. Food security through advances in rice biotechnology/Rajan Katoch and Uttam. 2. Recent advances in plant biotechnology applications in agriculture/Ashwani Kumar. 3. Transgenic crops and biosafety measures/J. Singh N. Singla N. Batra A. Joshi and S. Singh. 4. Enhancing shelf life of fruits by Antisense Technology/Anurag Payasi Nagendra Nath Mishra Randhir Singh and G.G. Sanwal. 5. Genetically modified food myths and facts/Sampat Nehra and P.C. Trivedi. 6. Transgenic male sterility progress and prospects/K.N. Yamini V. Dinesh Kumar N. Narasimha Rao and D.M. Hegde. 7. An account of advances in In vitro morphogenetic studies of pulses/Aparna Pareek Anju Mathur and L.K. Pareek. 8. Biotechnological interventions for forage improvement/Rajan Katoch and Uttam. 9. Biotechnology and ornamentals/S.K. Datta and D. Chakrabarty. 10. Secondary metabolites and plant tissue culture applications/Zohra F. Samar and A. Mujib. 11. Biological hardening and enhancement of therapeutic properties a herbaceous medicinally valuable tissue vulture raised plant Centella Asiastica L. /J.D. Choudhary. 12. In vitro plant regeneration and Somaclonal variation in Lucerne (Medicago Sativa L.)/Shalini Jain Sanjay Gupta M.G. Gupta B. Venkatesh Bhat and Vishnu Bhat. 13. Potential of Rumen Fungi to degrade plant Lignin and Cellulose a biotechnological perspective/K.T. Sampath A. Thulasi and M. Chandrasekharaiah. 14. DNA Microarray monitoring the entire genome on one chip/Tarun Kant. Index. Plant biotechnology had emerged as a powerful tool to efficient and precisely re tailor genetic barriers and enable gene transfer between distinctly different organisms in a timely fashion. A clear technological leap in merging traditional genetics with direct gene manipulation in producing transgenic plants with better quality longer post harvest life and inbred traits conferring resistance to phytoathogens. The benefits of biotechnology are just in the beginning phase and the promises in has are still unfathomable. This book Biotechnology and Food Security contains 14 articles on different areas of biotechnology with special emphasis on application of biotechnology in relation to food security. Topics related to agriculture biotechnology. 339 pp. Seller Inventory # 67203

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Sawalia Bihari Verma; Murali Krishna Sharma and Niraj Kumar Sharma

Published by Sarup, Delhi (2008)

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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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N D Verma and B P Bhatt

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About this Item: ICAR Res Complex for NEH Reg. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. General scenario of the North Eastern Hill Region: 1. General characteristics of NEH region/N.D. Verma, Patiram, S.B. Singh and H.C. Joshi. 2. Weather and climate resources/K.K. Satapathy and D. Das Choudhary. II. Research status in plant sciences: 1. Vistas in plant breeding/B.K. Sarma. 2. Agronomic research and development/N.P. Singh, D.C. Saxena, A.S. Panwar, U.K. Hazarika, D.P. Patel and Rajesh Kumar. 3. Horticultural research: an overview/D.S. Yadav, M. Mishra and Amit Nath. 4. Insect pests of crops and their management/K.A. Pathak, N.S. A. Thakur, K.R. Rao and A.N. Shylesha. 5. Rodent management/K.A. Pathak and D. Kumar. 6. Crop diseases and their management/Y.P. Sharma, M.S. Prasad, M.S. Laxmi Prasad, Satish Chandra, A.K. Singh and Sangit Kumar. III. Innovative technology in crops: 1. Prospects of Mushroom cultivation/ Satish Chandra, A.K. Singh, Y.P. Sharma, M.S. Prasad, M.S. Laxmi Prasad and Sangit Kumar. 2. Research status in rice biotechnology/A. Pattanayak. 3. Biotechnology in horticultural crops/M. Mishra and D.S. Yadav. IV. Livestock management: 1. Animal production: an overview/Anubrata Das, S.S. Tahman, K.M. Bujarbaruah, T.N. Bordoloi, R.K. Bordoloi, S.C. Saxena, S.K. Das, S. Naskar, S.C. Giri, G. Kadirvel, R.K. Saxena, P.P. Rohilla, S.K. Nanda, L.P. Singh, S. Ghosh, S. Niranjan, G. Ghai, S. Sachdeva and R. Chandra. 2. Research status in animal nutrition/B.P.S. Yadav, J.J. Gupta and S.K. Sahoo. 3. Livestock diseases and their management/N.D. Verma, Ashok Kumar, B.R. Shome, R. Shome, H.V. Murugkar, I. Shakuntala, M.C. 536 pp. Seller Inventory # 39441

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

Published by Aavishkar Publishers (2015)

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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P K Singhal and Pankaj Shrivastava

Published by Anmol, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8126119934 ISBN 13: 9788126119936

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Threats to tropical biodiversity and its remediation/P.K. Singhal. 2. Education for sustainable development need for teacher preparation/M.J. Ravindranath. 3. Conservation of species diversity and sustainable forest management through people's participation an experience from South West Bengal/S.K. Banerjee and T.K. Mishra. 4. Conceptual issues and approaches to biodiversity conservation and sustainable development of Wetland ecosystem/N.C. Nandi. 5. Significance of sacred groves in sustainable development of Northeast India/A. Arunachalam K. Arunachalam and M.L. Khan. 6. Biological control of water hyacinth (eichhornia crassipes) through natural enemy (neochetina bruchi)/A. Bajpai S. Pani A. Dubey and S.M. Misra. 7. Sustainable shrimp farming in India/P. Soundarapandian and N. John Samuel. 8. Sustainable management in degraded forests under joint forest management an eco silvicultural approach/O.P. Chaubey A.A. Ansari and Amit Pandey. 9. Networking environmental education in schools via DIETs/M. Selvam and B. William Dharma Raja. 10. Environmental impact assessment of river valley projects scientific positions issues and practice/Arif Siddiquie Divya Agarwal Anil K. Gupta and Mohammad Yunus. 11. Plant species for restoration of degraded land/P/K. Mishra and K.C. Gupta. 12. Sustainable agriculture an ecointrospection for India/Divya Agarwal Arif Siddiquie Anil K. Gupta and Mohammad Yunus. 13. Phytoremediation of fly ash landfills role of phytochelatins in detoxification of toxic metal lons/D.K. Gupta U.N. Rai and A.K. Gupta. 14. Biotechnological approaches to solve environmental problems a research purview and prospects/A. Arunachalam. 15. Regulating hazardous waste/R.K. Srivastava and Vandana Reghuvanshi. 16. Biotechnological solutions to environmental problems/N.S. Amritkar and M.Y. Kamat. 17. Environmental hazards vis a vis slope erosion risk and role of vegetation in its mitigation/B.C. Joshi Abhimanyu Singh Anil K. Gupta and Kishor Kumar. 18. Effects on groundwater potential by 2020 AD and conservation of water/L.P. Chourasia. 19. Threats to sustainable development Bhopal gas disaster/Vimal K. Sharma. 20. Sustainable utilization and management of Bhomra Beel West Bengal/S.K. Pramanik and N.C. Nandi. 21. Understanding sustainable development/D.P. Singh. 22. Meghalayan forests and sustainable development/A. Arunachalam K. Arunachalam and M.L. Khan. 23. Biotechnology a new approach to sustainable environment and development/R.K. Srivastava and Seema Srivastava. Index. Tropical ecosystems are very rich in biodiversity. But the poor state of economy fast human growth and widespread habitat losses are the primary threats to this biodiversity. Increasing pollution and global warming are expected to fasten the loss of biodiversity in these regions. For sustainability of the future human populations it is essential that there must be concreted efforts to stem the fast loss of tropical biodiversity coupled with sustainable development of resources restoration of habitats and documentation of available biodiversity. The indigenous people and their traditional practices can play a vital role in this respect. However this knowledge database is highly fragmented and there are increasing incidences of conflicts between the indigenous societies and resource managers about their rights on biodiversity. There is need for a greater harmony and coordination among the various stakeholders such as policy planners scientists and indigenous people. For facilitating awareness among the stakeholders the present volume has compiled the recognizable threats to biodiversity and participative methods of sustainable development being practiced in different parts of our country. This compilation should help in bringing together the politicians planners scientists and indigenous people for an efficient management of our rapidly depleting precious biological resources for sustainable development of the poor people better documentation of our b. Seller Inventory # 53854

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