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Girish Kumar Rana

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ISBN 10: 8183760473 ISBN 13: 9788183760478

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About this Item: ABD, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Accounting standards. 3. Accounting for cash. 4. Depreciation and reserves. 5. Fixed assets accounting. 6. Productivity accounting. 7. Human resource accounting. 8. Analysis of working capital. 9. Working capital accounting. 10. Inventory accounting. 11. Double accounting system. 12. Computerisation of accounting work. Accounting dictionary. Index. Tremendous rise in business activities during past few decades has created a good demand of accountants who are well versed in accounting techniques. There are numerous books delving on basic accounting methods and bookkeeping but there is dearth of standard books on corporate accounting. Therefore the present book is an attempt to provide learners all that is needed to make them successful accountants. In addition the book also presents techniques of double account system and use of computers in accounting. The whole matter is discussed pointwise well supported and explained through numerous illustrations to facilitate easy grasping. This unique presentation on corporate accounting is a must for all students teachers accountants corporate houses and general readers. 330 pp. Seller Inventory # 58897

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D.K. Kishore,Satish K. Sharma,K.K. Pramanick

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2006)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Temperate horticulture is a very important component of horticulture as it is only confined to the hilly regions of a country. For fruit crops, it represents a group, which is physiologically diverse from the sub-tropical and tropical fruit crops grown in other regions. For vegetables and floriculture it has immense potential for the keeping the nation well supplied with off-season and exotic vegetables and flowers all the year round. This book, being published to mark the centenary year of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (1905 ? 2005), strives to highlight the status of temperate horticulture in India. Articles on biotechnological and bioinformatics, genetic resources and manipulation, cropping patterns, drip irrigation, hill horticulture and economics of temperate horticulture contributed by scientists from IARI, Dr. YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, NBPGR, CIPHET, CPRI and various RRS?s of IARI , NBPGR and ICAR Research Complex for Eastern and NEH Regions. The book will prove as a complete handbook of temperate horticulture as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers in horticulture, but will also play a vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of horticulture. Contents: Preface. Section-I. General aspects of temperate fruit industry in India Chapter 01. Temperate horticulture research and development - issues and priorities by Jagmohan Singh. Chapter 02. Current scenario of temperate fruits in Himachal Pradesh by R.P. Sharma. Chapter 03. Status of temperate fruits in Uttaranchal : problems and prospects by L.D. Bist, Anil Kumar Dixit and A.K. Sharma. Chapter 04. Temperate fruit diversity : status and prospects by S.D. Sharma and K. Kumar. Chapter 05. Current status and future thrust of temperate fruits in India by Room Singh, V.P. Patel and S.K. Singh. Section-II. Plant biodiversity, genetic resources and breeding Chapter 06. Genetic resources and their utilization in developing potato varieties for diverse cropping systems in India by S.K. Pandey and K.C. Thakur. Chapter 07. Some potential minor temperate fruit crops in the north-west Himalaya by V.D. Verma, K. Pradheep and J.C. Rana. Chapter 08. Role of plant genetic resource, collection, evaluation and maintenance in the development of hill horticulture by Girish Sharma. Chapter 09.Variability in flowering, fruit characters and yield in selfed and open pollinated progenies of strawberry cultivars by S.D. Sharma, Kriti Dhiman and D.P. Walia. Chapter 10. Management of genetic resources of temperate horticultural crops by J.C. Rana, V.D. Verma and K. Pradheep. Chapter 11. A new rootstock suitable for high density orcharding in apple by K.K. Pramanick, D.K. Kishore and Satish K. Sharma. Chapter 12. Screening for elite germplasm of Myrica nagi Thunb-an unexploited sub-temperate fruit by O.C. Sharma, A.S. Kashyap, B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta and L.K. Sharma. Chapter 13. Performance of some strawberry cultivars under subtropical climate by R.R. Sharma and Room Singh. Chapter 14. Preliminary observations on the flowering performance of a wild strain of persimmon (Diospyros Kaki L.) by B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta, A.S. Kashyap, L.K. Sharma and O.C. Sharma. Chapter 15. Variability studies in seedling population of pistachionut (Pistacio vera L.) grown in the dry temperate areas of Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh by B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta, A.S. Kashyap, A.S. Rehalia and K.K. Jindal. Chapter 16. Evaluation of apple cultivars on EMLA 111 rootstock under high density plantations at PCDO Anu in Shimla District by B.K. Karkara and G.R. Jhobta. Chapter 17. Performance of apple cultivars on different rootstocks in valley area of Shimla District in Himachal Pradesh by B.K. Karkara, R.P. Sharma and G.R. Jhobta. Chapter 18. Biodiversity in seedling trees of Aonla (Emblica Printed Pages: 554. Seller Inventory # 65687

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B N Pandey; Sunil P Trivedi; Kamal Jaiswal and Yogesh K Sharma

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2009)

ISBN 10: 8176259217 ISBN 13: 9788176259217

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Prostate cancer chemoprevention by silibinin involves down regulation of receptor tyrosine kinase signaling/Rana P. Singh and Rajesh Agarwal. 2. Influence of the random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers in fish research/Atindra Kumar Pandey N.S. Nagpure and Sunil P. Trivedi. 3. Role of bioinformatics in drug design and development/Suchit Swaroop Kamal Jaiswal and Priti Saxena. 4. Analyzing the stream water quality in a multiple reach river basin through computational software/Brajesh Mishra Durgesh Pratap. N.B. Singh Pankaj Yadav and Nand Baba Ojha. 5. A mathematical model describing the relationship between human and green environment/Akhilesh Tripathi. 6. The friend the foe and the factotum in biotechnology a bird's eye view/Farha Khan Kamal Jaiswal and M.Y. Khan. 7. Parasitic enzymes as potential targets for antiparasitic drug development/J.K. Saxena. 8. Impact of new technologies on silkworm rearing at farmers level under REC Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh/R.K. Dhingra Awadhesh Kumar H.C. Mani P.N. Mishra M.M. Bhatt and M.A. Khan. 9. Existence of multifactorial regulatory mechanism of cortisol secretion in some non mammalian vertebrates/Shamshun Nehar. 10. Ethno medicinal flora and their uses in Almora district of Kumaon Himalaya Uttarakhand/Vijay Sharma and B.D. Joshi. 11. Mulberry tree production technology/B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan. 12. Environmetric modeling and river water quality of little Gandak river Deoria district The Ganga plain India/Vikram Bhardwaj Dhruv Sen Singh and Amit Awasthi. 13. Diversity of medicinal plants used to cure diabetes and cardiovascular problems in Bhadravathi taluk Karnataka/B.R. Kiran Pancheshwara K. Harishbabu and E.T. Puttaiah. 14. A preliminary survey of Kala Azar and its vector in India with special reference to Bihar/Geeta Maheshwari and Girish Maheshwari. 15. A simple plankton model based on pond ecosystem/Rajesh Sharma Usha Rancholi and Prahlad Dube. 16. Role of horticultural plants in the amelioration of the environment/Deepa H. Dwivedi Vigya Mishra and Shailendra K. Dwivedi. 17. Removal of fluoride from water using bio adsorption technique/Nand Baba Ojha Durgesh Pratap Pankaj Yadav N.B. Singh and Brajesh Mishra. 18. Scientific approach and technology in identification and detection of virus in mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori L./Anil K. Sharma R.K. Khatri V.P. Sharma Babulal and M.K. Tripathi. 19. Bioremediation the natural scavenging/Shailesh Kumar Mishra and Veer Pratap. 20. Plant based bioremediation and removal of heavy metals for sustainable development and its future approach/Yogesh K. Sharma. Index. The present book entitled Bioinformatics Biotechnology and Bio Remediation comprises 20 research papers/ articles pertaining to the same discipline. This book is basically a part of the proceedings of the 18th All India Congress of Zoology and National Seminar on Current Issues on Applied Zoology and Environmental Sciences with Special Reference to Eco restoration and Management of Bio resources (SCIAZE) held at the University of Lucknow Lucknow from 7th 9th December 2007. The articles and research papers contained in the book have been contributed by well known experts and researchers in their respective fields. Overwhelming response of the contributors is well reflected in the book in the form of wide coverage area. This book will be of immense use for the students teachers and researchers of this field and it can also be used as a standard reference book. 246 pp. Seller Inventory # 74416

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Published by Zoological Survey of India (2012)

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About this Item: Zoological Survey of India, 2012. Soft cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Statistical studies and ecology of Benthic foraminifera from India/G. Sivaleela and K. Venkataraman. 2. Variation of meiofauna full moon and new moon/G. Sivaleela and K. Venkataraman. 3. Home range comparison of male and female Grey francolin using radiotelemetry/Sarita Rana, Rajiv S. Kalsi and Mani Ram Burra. 4. Studies on the genus lagenonema Andrassy 1987 nematoda : thornenematidae/Viswa Venkat Gantait and A.K. Sanyal. 5. New records of two species of family arctiidae lepidoptera from western ghats of India/Navneet Singh and Jagbir Singh. 6. Study on coral bleaching 2010 in Nicobar islands/Koushik Sadhukhan and C. Raghunathan. 7. Thysanoptera fauna of Arunachal Pradesh/Shyam Maisnam and R. Varatharajan. 8. Notes on a collection of Dermaptera/B. Lal and V.D. Hegde. 9. Orb weaving spiders of Bangladesh-II Genus Araneidae/V. Biswas and D. Raychaudhuri. 10. On some collections of echinodermata from Andhra Pradesh and Orissa coasts of India/D.R.K. Sastry, Y.K. V. Rao, T. Ganesh, M. Srinivasa Rao, N. Sateesh, A. Bharati, C. Annapurna and A.V. Raman. 11. New record of the genus Omicroides Giordani Soika from India/P. Girish Kumar. 12. On some collection of collembola present in the apterygota section/G.P. Mandal, K.K. Suman and K.K. Bhatacharya. 13. Observations on the status and diversity of butterflies in the fragile ecosystem of Ladakh J & K/Avtar Kaur Sidhu, Kailash Chandra and Jafer Palot. 14. Record of pleasing fungus beetles from Tripura state India/J. Dasgupta and V.D. Hegde. 15. First report of stargazer ichthyscopus lebeck bloch and schneider 1801 from Digha coast India/Prasanna Yennawar, Prasad Chandra Tudu and Anil Mohapatra. 16. A note on occurrence of yellow wing flying fish, cypselurus poecilopterus valenciennes 1847 from Digha East coast of India/Anil Mohapatra Prasad Tudu and Prasanna Yennawar. 17. Occurrence of Pennat coral fish Heniochus acuminatus linnaeus 1758 perciformes: chaetodontidae along Digha coast India/Prasanna Yennawar, Dipanjan Ray and Anil Mohapatra. 18. Additional information on xenophrys zunhebotoensis Mathew and Sen 2007 Amphibia: Anura: Megophryidae and range extension in Meghalaya India/Bhaskar Saikia and Nibedita Sen. Seller Inventory # 110668

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D.K. Kishore,Satish K. Sharma,K.K. Pramanick

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2006)

ISBN 10: 8189422367 ISBN 13: 9788189422363

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Temperate horticulture is a very important component of horticulture as it is only confined to the hilly regions of a country. For fruit crops, it represents a group, which is physiologically diverse from the sub-tropical and tropical fruit crops grown in other regions. For vegetables and floriculture it has immense potential for the keeping the nation well supplied with off-season and exotic vegetables and flowers all the year round. This book, being published to mark the centenary year of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (1905 â" 2005), strives to highlight the status of temperate horticulture in India. Articles on biotechnological and bioinformatics, genetic resources and manipulation, cropping patterns, drip irrigation, hill horticulture and economics of temperate horticulture contributed by scientists from IARI, Dr. YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, NBPGR, CIPHET, CPRI and various RRSâs of IARI , NBPGR and ICAR Research Complex for Eastern and NEH Regions. The book will prove as a complete handbook of temperate horticulture as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers in horticulture, but will also play a vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of horticulture. Contents: Preface. Section-I. General aspects of temperate fruit industry in India Chapter 01. Temperate horticulture research and development - issues and priorities by Jagmohan Singh. Chapter 02. Current scenario of temperate fruits in Himachal Pradesh by R.P. Sharma. Chapter 03. Status of temperate fruits in Uttaranchal : problems and prospects by L.D. Bist, Anil Kumar Dixit and A.K. Sharma. Chapter 04. Temperate fruit diversity : status and prospects by S.D. Sharma and K. Kumar. Chapter 05. Current status and future thrust of temperate fruits in India by Room Singh, V.P. Patel and S.K. Singh. Section-II. Plant biodiversity, genetic resources and breeding Chapter 06. Genetic resources and their utilization in developing potato varieties for diverse cropping systems in India by S.K. Pandey and K.C. Thakur. Chapter 07. Some potential minor temperate fruit crops in the north-west Himalaya by V.D. Verma, K. Pradheep and J.C. Rana. Chapter 08. Role of plant genetic resource, collection, evaluation and maintenance in the development of hill horticulture by Girish Sharma. Chapter 09.Variability in flowering, fruit characters and yield in selfed and open pollinated progenies of strawberry cultivars by S.D. Sharma, Kriti Dhiman and D.P. Walia. Chapter 10. Management of genetic resources of temperate horticultural crops by J.C. Rana, V.D. Verma and K. Pradheep. Chapter 11. A new rootstock suitable for high density orcharding in apple by K.K. Pramanick, D.K. Kishore and Satish K. Sharma. Chapter 12. Screening for elite germplasm of Myrica nagi Thunb-an unexploited sub-temperate fruit by O.C. Sharma, A.S. Kashyap, B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta and L.K. Sharma. Chapter 13. Performance of some strawberry cultivars under subtropical climate by R.R. Sharma and Room Singh. Chapter 14. Preliminary observations on the flowering performance of a wild strain of persimmon (Diospyros Kaki L.) by B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta, A.S. Kashyap, L.K. Sharma and O.C. Sharma. Chapter 15. Variability studies in seedling population of pistachionut (Pistacio vera L.) grown in the dry temperate areas of Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh by B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta, A.S. Kashyap, A.S. Rehalia and K.K. Jindal. Chapter 16. Evaluation of apple cultivars on EMLA 111 rootstock under high density plantations at PCDO Anu in Shimla District by B.K. Karkara and G.R. Jhobta. Chapter 17. Performance of apple cultivars on different rootstocks in valley area of Shimla District in Himachal Pradesh by B.K. Karkara, R.P. Sharma and G.R. Jhobta. Chapter 18. Biodiversity in seedling trees of Aonla (Emblica Printed Pages: 554. Seller Inventory # 65687

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M G Sreekumar; T Sunitha; P Sreejaya and Ashok Pathak

Published by Ess Ess, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 817000442X ISBN 13: 9788170004424

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About this Item: Ess Ess, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Convention theme/M.G. Sreekumar. 2. Technology based knowledge management developments threats and opportunities for libraries (concept briefing)/T.A.V. Murthy. 3. Information systems for knowledge enterprises (concept briefing)/K.R. Srivathsan. 4. Knowledge management in libraries designing proposal for implementation/P.R. Goswami and M.M.L. Goyal. 5. Digital library initiatives and issues in India efforts on scholarly knowledge management/M.G. Sreekumar and P. Sreejaya. 6. Gladiator cutting edge web service technology to the Indian universities/T.A.V. Murthy K. Manoj Kumar and Ankit M. Shah. 7. Structural and conceptual changes in the information landscape the new challenge for information professionals/Saji Gopinath. 8. Knowledge management strategies for effectively managing libraries/H. Anil Kumar. 9. Library capacity building through e journal consortia the Indian scenario/M.G. Sreekumar and T. Sunitha. 10. Approach for accessing and retrieval of digital information system a model/Nataraj B. Vibhuti. 11. Library consortia in India a successful way/Rajesh Kumar. 12. Electronic information retrieval system Digital Library of National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research/Shivendra Singh and Anurag Sharma. 13. Digital information services in an undergraduate management college/Meeta Rathod. 14. Knowledge management strategy technology and application/Biswajit Saha. 15. Music library management in knowledge society/L. Nithin. 16. Competencies and challenges for information professionals in promoting and supporting of digital information services to user community in Bangladesh/Md. Shiful Islam. 17. Computerisation of library functions and services at IMCC Pune/Meenal Oak. 18. Knowledge sharing a key for KM success/Appasaheb Naikal and Ramesh Paloti. 19. Managing change in the new knowledge economy with redefined competency with special reference to academic libraries/Saramma Shaji. 20. Managing knowledge for knowledge society a proving ground for digital libraries/V. Ravi Nandhan N. Girish Kumar and A.S. Gangadharesha. 21. Digital reference services in the virtual world/A.S. Gangadharesha T. Tejaswini M. Surulinathi and V. Ravinandhan. 22. Problems and perspectives of knowledge management in libraries/G. Thamaraiselvi and K. Kaliammal. 23. Knowledge management strategies for managing knowledge in the digital age/G.T. Mahesh. 24. Marketing of library and information center's products and services planning techniques and strategies/K.S. Sivakumaren T. Elanchezhiyan and B. Jeyapragash. 25. Knowledge management and knowledge repositories role of management libraries/Kaladhar Arnepalli. 26. Emerging confront for library and information professionals in knowledge management era/K. Vinitha S. Kantimathi and K. Tharani Devi. 27. Establishing an integrated and interactive videoconferencing facility at the library of IIM Lucknow/Roshan Lal Raina. 28. Digital libraries in knowledge management opportunities for management libraries/V. Sivaraman. 29. Multimedia content development for new generation libraries/Ashok Pathak. 30. Digital collection development in J.R.D. Tata Memoral Library at Indian Institute of Science/M. Surulinathi A.S. Gangadharesha and T. Tejaswini. 31. Web mining for knowledge resource centres (libraries)/B. Sivakumar R. Sujatha R. Solaimalai and K. Rajkumar. 32. Knowledge organization in digital libraries using rough set theory/B. Kannan and Veerankutty Chelatayakkot. 33. An integrated model for digitization of information resources/Kapil Mohan Garg Mahesh Singh Rana and A.M. Sherry. 34. Managing digital library/Babita Garg. 35. Friend agent a novel scheme for information retrieval/R. Bhaskaran and K. Vinitha. 36. Digital archives design and development/K.R. Mulla A.S. Shivakumar Chikkamallaiah and M. Chandrashekara. 37. Text mining for information retrieval/Jyothiprakash. 38. Institutional repositories a new paradigm to sharing information/Gayatri Doctor. 39. Organizing for digital archivin. Seller Inventory # 59036

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D.K. Kishore,Satish K. Sharma,K.K. Pramanick

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Temperate horticulture is a very important component of horticulture as it is only confined to the hilly regions of a country. For fruit crops, it represents a group, which is physiologically diverse from the sub-tropical and tropical fruit crops grown in other regions. For vegetables and floriculture it has immense potential for the keeping the nation well supplied with off-season and exotic vegetables and flowers all the year round. This book, being published to mark the centenary year of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (1905 â" 2005), strives to highlight the status of temperate horticulture in India. Articles on biotechnological and bioinformatics, genetic resources and manipulation, cropping patterns, drip irrigation, hill horticulture and economics of temperate horticulture contributed by scientists from IARI, Dr. YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, NBPGR, CIPHET, CPRI and various RRSâs of IARI , NBPGR and ICAR Research Complex for Eastern and NEH Regions. The book will prove as a complete handbook of temperate horticulture as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers in horticulture, but will also play a vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of horticulture. Contents: Preface. Section-I. General aspects of temperate fruit industry in India Chapter 01. Temperate horticulture research and development - issues and priorities by Jagmohan Singh. Chapter 02. Current scenario of temperate fruits in Himachal Pradesh by R.P. Sharma. Chapter 03. Status of temperate fruits in Uttaranchal : problems and prospects by L.D. Bist, Anil Kumar Dixit and A.K. Sharma. Chapter 04. Temperate fruit diversity : status and prospects by S.D. Sharma and K. Kumar. Chapter 05. Current status and future thrust of temperate fruits in India by Room Singh, V.P. Patel and S.K. Singh. Section-II. Plant biodiversity, genetic resources and breeding Chapter 06. Genetic resources and their utilization in developing potato varieties for diverse cropping systems in India by S.K. Pandey and K.C. Thakur. Chapter 07. Some potential minor temperate fruit crops in the north-west Himalaya by V.D. Verma, K. Pradheep and J.C. Rana. Chapter 08. Role of plant genetic resource, collection, evaluation and maintenance in the development of hill horticulture by Girish Sharma. Chapter 09.Variability in flowering, fruit characters and yield in selfed and open pollinated progenies of strawberry cultivars by S.D. Sharma, Kriti Dhiman and D.P. Walia. Chapter 10. Management of genetic resources of temperate horticultural crops by J.C. Rana, V.D. Verma and K. Pradheep. Chapter 11. A new rootstock suitable for high density orcharding in apple by K.K. Pramanick, D.K. Kishore and Satish K. Sharma. Chapter 12. Screening for elite germplasm of Myrica nagi Thunb-an unexploited sub-temperate fruit by O.C. Sharma, A.S. Kashyap, B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta and L.K. Sharma. Chapter 13. Performance of some strawberry cultivars under subtropical climate by R.R. Sharma and Room Singh. Chapter 14. Preliminary observations on the flowering performance of a wild strain of persimmon (Diospyros Kaki L.) by B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta, A.S. Kashyap, L.K. Sharma and O.C. Sharma. Chapter 15. Variability studies in seedling population of pistachionut (Pistacio vera L.) grown in the dry temperate areas of Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh by B.S. Thakur, K. Mehta, A.S. Kashyap, A.S. Rehalia and K.K. Jindal. Chapter 16. Evaluation of apple cultivars on EMLA 111 rootstock under high density plantations at PCDO Anu in Shimla District by B.K. Karkara and G.R. Jhobta. Chapter 17. Performance of apple cultivars on different rootstocks in valley area of Shimla District in Himachal Pradesh by B.K. Karkara, R.P. Sharma and G.R. Jhobta. Chapter 18. Biodiversity in seedling trees of Aonla (Emblica Printed Pages: 554. Seller Inventory # 65687

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D K Kishore; Satish K Sharma and Kallol K Pramanick

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About this Item: New India, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. I. General aspects of temperate fruit industry in India 1. Temperate horticulture research and development issues and priorities/Jagmohan Singh. 2. Current scenario of temperate fruits in Himachal Pradesh/R.P. Sharma. 3. Status of temperate fruits in Uttaranchal problems and prospects/L.D. Bist Anil Kumar Dixit and A.K. Sharma. 4. Temperate fruit diversity status and prospects/S.D. Sharma and K. Kumar. 5. Current status and future thrust of temperate fruits in India/Room Singh V.P. Patel and S.K. Singh. II. Plant biodiversity genetic resources and breeding 6. Genetic resources and their utilization in developing potato varieties for diverse cropping systems in India/S.K. Pandey and K.C. Thakur. 7. Some potential minor temperate fruit crops in the north west Himalaya/V.D. Verma K. Pradheep and J.C. Rana. 8. Role of plant genetic resource collection evaluation and maintenance in the development of hill horticulture/Girish Sharma. 9. Variability in flowering fruit characters and yield in selfed and open pollinated progenies of strawberry cultivars/S.D. Sharma Kriti Dhiman and D.P. Walia. 10. Management of genetic resources of temperate horticultural crops/J.C. Rana V.D. Verma and K. Pradheep. 11. A new rootstock suitable for high density orcharding in apple/K.K. Pramanick D.K. Kishore and Satish K. Sharma. 12. Screening for elite germplasm of Myrica nagi Thunb an unexploited sub temperate fruit/O.C. Sharma A.S. Kashyap B.S. Thakur K. Mehta and L.K. Sharma. 13. Performance of some strawberry cultivars under subtropical climate/R.R. Sharma and Room Singh. 14. Preliminary observations on the flowering performance of a wild strain of persimmon (Diospyros Kaki L.)/B.S. Thakur K. Mehta A.S. Kashyap L.K. Sharma and O.C. Sharma. 15. Variability studies in seedling population of pistachionut (Pistacio vera L.) grown in the dry temperate areas of Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh/B.S. Thakur K. Mehta A.S. Kashyap A.S. Rehalia and K.K. Jindal. 16. Evaluation of apple cultivars on EMLA 111 rootstock under high density plantations at PCDO Anu in Shimla District/B.K. Karkara and G.R. Jhobta. 17. Performance of apple cultivars on different rootstocks in valley area of Shimla District in Himachal Pradesh/B.K. Karkara R.P. Sharma and G.R. Jhobta. 18. Biodiversity in seedling trees of Aonla (Emblica officinalis L.) for various fruit characters in Himachal Pradesh/A.S. Kashyap O.C. Sharma K. Mehta B.S. Thakur and L.K. Sharma. 19. Swarna Mukti a powdery mildew resistant and high yielding garden pea variety/R.S. Pan A.K. Singh S. Kumar Bikash Das J.P. Sharma and Mathura Rai. 20. Heterosis breeding in bell pepper/H.R. Sharma and A.K. Thakur. 21. Genetic analysis of yield in fresh market tomato/A.K. Thakur and H.R. Sharma. 22. Primer designing in horticulture species using bioinformatics tools/S.V. Bhardwaj Praguna Singh Sambyal and Anju Sharma. 23. Bioinformatics in temperate horticulture bioresources management/Anju Sharma S.V. Bhardwaj Praguna Singh Sambyal and D.R. Sharma. 24. Studies on the variability in respect of chemical characters of fruits in F1 progenies of peach/S.D. Sharma and Y. Indrani. 25. Breeding plums for improved quality and better shelf life/Girish Sharma. 26. Notes on some lean season ornamentals of Shimla/K. Pradheep J.C. Rana and V.D. Verma. 27. Evaluation of open pollinated seedlings of seed setting cultivars of chrysanthemum under Solan Nauni conditions of Himachal Pradesh/Pariksha Vaidya S.R. Dhiman Y.C. Gupta and Subha Luxmi. III. Effective production technology 28. Strategies for improving productivity of temperate fruit crops in India/R.P. Awasthi. 29. Horticulture in cold desert conditions with particular reference to Spiti valley of Himachal Pradesh/A.S. Kashyap. 30. Effective use of Micro irrigation and fertigation in apple orchards/D.K. Kishore K.K. Pramanick Satish K. Sharma and Rameshwar Singh. 31. Pollination a decisive factor in apple productivity/Girish Sharma Roshan Anand and O.C. Sharma. 32. Present. Seller Inventory # 60202

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