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About this Item: Condition: Good. Phillips - Leeds, Sale title - Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints, Sale date - 13th March 2001, No. of lots - 254, No. of pages - 47, Illustrated in colour       INDEX     Ackroyd N  Aiken H  after   Allen H E  Archer C  Arnhold J S    Ashton W   Atkinson W  Austen A  Bagshawe J J R  Banks T J  Barlow G C  Barraclough J R  Beanland K IJ Bongard J  Bottomley A E  Bowen    Bowen     Bulcock R  Burgess J B  Caba ei Lasalle C L  Chadwick E A  Chadwick E A     Clough R  Conradi M  Constantine G H  Continental School   Crofts E  Crompton W J  Crosland E   Crossley C  Croxford W B  de Lacy C J  Dewhurst W  Dixon C E  Douglas J  Drake C  Drummond J  Duffield W    Elsworth A  English Provincial School  English School    Earey C A  Faulkner J  Eerranti C  Fisher J  Flint Sir W R     Eoweraker A M  Fowler R    French School   Friedenson A A   Fulwoocl J   Goodwin A  Graham C  Graham G  Greaves W  Green C  Gresley If     Groves R E  Gummerson A  Hainsworth G  Hall F  Hall O  Hammond H    Hayes C  Hemsley W  Herbert A  Hess F A   Hitler F  Hilder R  H  R IF   Mines F   His R C E  Hodgson S  Hopwood H S     Horsfield H IF  Horsley T J  Howard K    Howltt S  Hudson R Snr  Hunter M E   Hutton T S     Ince J M    Italian School  Jackson A    lackson F W  lackson  W  Jackson J  Jemalre I lobllng R   Johnson I F  Johnson   J  Junkind  Kneller Sir G  Knighton Hammond A     Kramer J    Kuka  La Cave R  Famplough A O  Faporte J    Lascelles G  Diw E  Fawson S  Leyde O T   Floyd T F A Floyd W S  Luciani S   Fuker W  Futyens C H A   MacKinlay D   Madeline R  Major T   Malbon W  Manners W  Mason F IF  Mawley G  McArthur A  McColvin J  Meegan W   Mellor W  Metsu G   Moiret R  Morley FF  Morris J W  Morrish IF  Munch B   Nunney J  O'Ne  G IF  Oswald C W    Palmer IF S   Parkinson G  Parrott W follower of  Rarton IF  Pasmore J F  Payne S  Pearson D   Peel J   Pether S    Pickering J L  Pincler W  Pitchforth R V   Pollentine A   Priestman B  It It W  Rainger W A   Rayner l   Rayner S A  Rea V  Rich S   Rigg E IF   Roe R IF  Roe R IF    Roe R IF  Rollett IF  Rousse F  Rowbotham T  Royle H F  Schmitz W  Schofield K    Schulenburg T    Scott F   Senior M    Senior M    Shalders G  Slater J F  Smith C A  Smith J B  Sornum IF  Stead F  Steele E  Steeple J   Stephenson W  Stewart K  Sticks H J   Sureau  Swinstead F   Teniers D   Tennant S  Thompson  Thornley H   Thornley FF    Thornley W  Thorpe R   Tighe F IF   Tindall W E  Tolln A  Turner G  Turner W F   van Couver J  Vermulen A V   Waite R T    Wale J R  Walker R H  Wallace  F  Walshaw C M  Walters G S  Watson IF  Watson W Jnr  W iams W IF   Wolfram E  Worsey T  Wyllie W F    Wynne J  Yates W  Zinkeisen D C    ARMAN                    ADZAK Roy  AESCHBACHER Arthur  AGARWAL Ravi  ARRAKAL Yusuf  ARROYO Eduardo     BAJIC Murdan  BAL Alok  BAQUIE Richard  BARBIER Ges A   BARROT Ronan  BARRY Robert     BARTOLOMEO Joel  BASELITZ Georg  BEN   BERNIER Pascal  BERTOIA Harry  BIGHAM Richard  BING XU  BISSIERE Roger  BLANCHARD Remi     BLAZY Michel     BLOCH Pierrette  BOCK John  BOGART Bram  BOLTANSKI Christian  BRYEN Came  BUETTI Daniele  BURAGLIO Pierre  BURROWS David  BUSTAMANTE Jean Marc  CABELLUT Lita  CALDER Alexander   CANE Louis         CARDENAS Augustin     CARGALEIRO Manuel  CASTELLI Luciano  CAUR Arpana  CliSAR                    CHAIBIA  CHAKRAVARTY Jayashree  CHANG XUGONG  CHEEROTH Murali     CHEN YING TEH  CHOWDHURY Jogen  CHUANG CHE  CHU TEH CHUN  COGN£E Philippe     COMBAS Robert        CORNE E     CRAGG Tony  CRONICA Equipo  CRUZ DIEZ Carlos  CUN Chu Teh  CUSSOL Beatrice     DADO     DE CASTRO Sergio  DE GUIMARES Jose  DE ROUGEMONT Guy     DEBRIl Olivier  DECKER Simone  DEGOTTEX Jean     DEVRIM NEJAD Memeh Melih   DHAWAN Rajendra     Dl ROSA Herve     Dl TEANA Marino  DIETMAN Erik  DIX DIX  DMITRIENKO Pierre        DODEIGNE Eugene  DODIYA Atul A DOKOUPIL Jiri Georg  DOUCET Jacques  DUFRENE Frangois  DUV IER Rene A DZAMA Marcel   ERRO Gudmundur     FAUGUET Richard  FAVIER Philippe  FAVRE Valerie . Seller Inventory # 44531

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S.K. Agarwal

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (1997)

ISBN 10: 8170244145 ISBN 13: 9788170244141

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Automobile Pollution includes gaseous and particulate pollutants besides noise. A Large number of Indian Universities are engaged in tackling these problems. The book presents Research and Review papers on technical, Biological and Legal problems, methods of their identification, control at source and in dispersal as well as about the Policy making. The book covers a wide range of areas including Technical aspects of vehicle engine design, pollutant formation, emission sources, emission surveys, control at source and in dispersal involving modification of engine design, fuel substitution, development of non-conventional vehicles, monitoring, toxicity to plants, Animals and human beings, legal fencing coverage as well as policy for the metropolitan transport. The book is useful for scientists, researchers, post-graduate students of Environmental science, policy planners and decision makers. Contents: 1. Automobile Pollution and Control Aspects/S.K. Agarwal 2. Vehicle Emission and Pollution Control/A.K. Mehbubani 3. Air Pollution by Automotive Petrol Engines and its Control/M.L. Mathur and O.P. Garg 4. Sources and Control of Automobile Air Pollution/S.S. Kachhwaha 5. Automobile Lead Pollution/S.K. Agrawal 6. Automobile Noise Pollution/Deepak Agrawal 7. Phytotoxic Effects of Automobile Pollution/S.K Agarwal 8. Effects of Auto-Exhaust Pollution on the Micromorphology of Some Weeds/S.A. Salgare and M.P. Iyer 9. Impact of Lead Contamination Due to Automobile Exhaust on Plant/S.K. Shringi 10. Hazardous Impacts of Automobile Pollution/S.K. Agarwal 11. Environmental Lead and Levels in Body Fluids of High Risk Group Subjects/V. Krishna Murthy, B.S. Sridhara Rama Rao and H.R. Rajmohan 12. Vehicle Exhaust Vulnerability/Saroj Pande (Mrs) and P.K. Bhardwaj 13. Hazards of Drunk Driving/Sudha Agarwal 14. Production and Availability of Petro-Crops/L.N. Vyas 15. Monitoring and Analysis of Auto Exhaust Emission in Ujjain/L. Shrotriya and V.R. Sonawane 16. Estimation of Carbon Monoxide Emission from Automobiles in Surat/N.C. Shah 17. Blood Lead Levels to Assess the Impact of Leaded Gasoline on the Environment/A.M. Komerwar 18. Autovehicular Pollution - Review of Indian Scenario/P.S. Dubey and M. Mishra 19. Policy for the Metropolitan Transport/L.M. Saxena and Deshbandhu 20. Assessment and Monitoring of Mobile Source Emission and Receiving Environment/N.J. Singh 21. Automobile Pollution and Legal Fencing Coverage/B.K. Galchhania Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 36776

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Jacob E. Goodman; J¿nos Pach; Richard Pollack

Published by Springer (2009)

ISBN 10: 0387873627 ISBN 13: 9780387873626

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About this Item: Springer, 2009. Soft cover. Condition: New. This commemorative book contains the 28 major articles that appeared in the 2008 Twentieth Anniversary Issue of the journal Discrete & Computational Geometry, and presents a comprehensive picture of the current state of the field. Formed during the past few decades by the merger of the classical discipline of combinatorial and discrete geometry with the new field of computational geometry that sprang up in the 1970s, discrete and computational geometry now claims the allegiance of a sizeable number of mathematicians and computer scientists all over the world, whose most important work has been appearing since 1986 in the pages of the journal. The articles in this volume, a number of which solve long-outstanding problems in the field, were chosen by the editors of DCG for the importance of their results, for the breadth of their scope, and to show the intimate connections that have arisen between discrete and computational geometry and other areas of both computer science and mathematics. Apart from the articles, the editors present an expanded preface, along with a set of photographs of groups and individuals who have played a major role in the history of the field during the past twenty years. Contributors include: E. Ackerman P.K. Agarwal I. Aliev I. B¿r¿ny A. Barvinok S. Basu L.J. Billera J.-D. Boissonnat C. Borcea E. Boros K. Borys B. Braun K. Buchin O. Cheong D. Cohen-Steiner M. Damian K. Elbassioni R. Flatland T. Gerken J.E. Goodman X. Goaoc P. Gronchi V. Gurvich S. Har-Peled J. Hershberger A. Holmsen S.K. Hsiao A. Hubard J. Jer>nimo L. Khachiyan R. Klein C. Knauer S. Langerman J.-Y. Lee M. Longinetti E. Miller P. Morin U. Nagel E. Nevo P. Niyogi I. Novik J. O?Rourke J. Pach I. Pak M.J. Pelsmajer S. Petitjean F. Pfender R. Pinchasi R. Pollack J.S. Provan K. Przeslawski R.M. Richardson G. Rote M. Schaefer Y. Schreiber M. Sharir J.R. Shewchuk S. Smale B. Solomyak M. Soss D. ?tefankovic G. Vegter V.H. Vu S. Weinberger L. Wu D. Yost H. Yu T. Zell. Seller Inventory # 279473

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U C Agarwal

Published by Indian Inst of Public, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8186641211 ISBN 13: 9788186641217

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About this Item: Indian Inst of Public, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Administration a human problem/Jawaharlal Nehru. 2. The new civil servant/N.R. Pillai. 3. Comparative public administration/Paul H. Appleby. 4. Civil servants Ministers Parliament and the public the right Hon/C.R. Attlee. 5. Concerning Ministers/Paul H. Appleby. 6. One indivisible whole/G.V. Malankar. 7. Public servant in a Democracy/G.B. Pant. 8. Accountability of administration/N.V. Gadgil. 9. History and precedent vs. reform/Paul H. Appleby. 10. The good administrator/C. Rajagopalachari. 11. Civil service neutrality/S. Lall. 12. Administration then and now/John Matthai. 13. Towards a dynamic administration/Jawaharlal Nehru. 14. Administration and the people/S. Radhakrishna. 15. Decentralised Democracy theory and practice/Jayaprakash Narayan. 16. Some problems of public administration in a developing economy/Wallace S. Sayre. 17. The administrator and the people/Zakir Hussain. 18. Some thoughts on decentralised Democracy/Paul H. Appleby. 19. The Collector and Panchayati Raj/B. Sivaraman. 20. Role of administration in a Democratic welfare state/P.B. Gajendragadkar. 21. Annual address by the Prime Minister/Jawaharlal Nehru. 22. Bureaucrats the loss of vision/R.P. Khosla. 23. Planning the federal principle and Parliamentary Democracy/A.N. Jha. 24. The Collector in the nineteen sixties/A.L. Fletcher. 25. The Collector in the nineteen sixties in Uttar Pradesh/J.D. Shukla. 26. Administrative accountability to Parliament/S.L. Shakdher. 27. Generalist and specialist in administration/B. Sivaraman. 28. Training and reorientation of civil service attitudes/Y.B. Chavan. 29. The scientific community in national development and its involvement in policy formulation and decision making/M.G.K. Menon. 30. Governor's role in administration/Vishnu Sahay. 31. Some aspects of policy formulation at the two levels/P.K. Dave. 32. Human environment in India some suggestions for an action programme/B.B. Vohra. 33. Crisis administration/T.N. Chaturvedi. 34. Bureaucrats and politicians at the rural level/R.C. Joshi. 35. Administration and the citizen/V. Jagannadham. 36. The political executive and the permanent executive an analysis of the emerging role patterns/Shriram Maheshwari. 37. What is the police for/P.D. Malaviya. 38. Appropriate administrative ideology for Democracy and development/A.K. Venkatasubramanian. 39. Changing role of bureaucracy in India/Noorjahan Bava. 40. Planning and administrative development/T.S. Bhatnagar. 41. Administrative reforms/B.C. Mathur. 42. Perfomance and accountability in public services/Arvind G. Risbud. 43. IAS mobility patterns/David C. Potter. 44. Administrative discretion and judicial review concept and ideologies/T.N. Pandey. 45. Government functioning in the centre an agenda for reform/Yogendra Narain. 46. Sustainable development imperatives of public administration/R. Rajamani. 47. Development alternatives alternative administration/O.P. Dwivedi and K.M. Henderson. 48. Changing administrative values in India/V. Subramaniam. 49. Public administration and the Democratic upsurge/Rajni Kothari. 50. Common good and good governance/O.P. Dwivedi. 51. Bureaucracy at cross roads/Madhav Godbole. 52. Indian Judiciary and challenges of 21st century/A.S. Anand. 53. Rule of law contemporary challenges/M.N. Venkatachaliah. 54. Role of All India services in centre state relations/U.C. Agarwal. The articles in this volume reflect the ethos and aims of public administration as visualised by the founding fathers of free India and to what extent various social political and economic developments have realised their hopes and expectations. Has public administration become quite the reverse of what was fondly visualised. Does it lack sensitivity to the sufferings of the deprived masses and spirit of self less public service. Do people still have some choice or are they destined to live with rampant corruption. Readers may find answers to such and other vexed questions from among the writing of some promi. Seller Inventory # 51326

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A.K. Sinha and Pankaj Srivastava

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About this Item: ABD, India. Hardbound. Condition: New. Part Contents: I. Policies and Legislation: 1. The revised Indian mineral policy Vs. globalisation of economies-a study of pros and cons in perspective/O.P. Varma. 2. Procedural constraints imposed by environmental issues on mineral and mine development/N. Balasubramanian and Anil Bhatnagar. 3. Policy issues on environment-highlighting legislation aspects of mining sector/M. Mukherji and T.K. Basu. 4. Role of geology in environmental management programme/Ajai Srivastava and R.N. Tiwari. II. Issues Related with Mining Sector: 5. Environmental impacts of mineral extraction in Kumaun Himalaya/Kireet Kumar and D.S. Rawat. 6. Environmental problems due to limestone quarry/T.N. Singh and Gagan Rastogi. 7. The ecological and environmental considerations for the development of modern mines?V.N. Bhargava. 8. Observational analysis (G.E. I.S.) for environmental impact assessment studies in mineral sectors/Vinod Agrawal and Shailendra Kumar. 9. An appraisal of environmental problems in Jharia coalfield, district Dhanbad, Bihar/R.M. Singh and Ashok K. Singh. 10. Open cast iron and Manganese Ore geo-mining industrial development and the bio-geo-environmental impact on eco-systems (biosystems) in Goa state/ H. Kariyanna. III. Mineral Resources and Waste Management: 11. A study of assessment of energy resources and impact of economic liberalisation in the energy sector of India/A.K. Biyani. 12. Beneficiation of minerals--a major means of conservation of mineral wealth/G.M. Rao. 13. Environmental protection by management of waste in Kotah stone minining/S.C. Agarwal. 14. Seller Inventory # 652

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Deepa Agarwal

Published by Rupa (2017)

ISBN 10: 8129147386 ISBN 13: 9788129147387

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About this Item: Rupa, 2017. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Best Stories from Around the World is a collection of timeless pieces from the world’s greatest storytellers—Oscar Wilde, O’ Henry, Saki, H.G. Wells, Conan Doyle, Washington Irving and many more. Hailing from different countries such as America, Ireland, the United Kingdom and India, this book is an entertaining consolidation of diverse stories which cover a broad range of topics and themes. While ‘The Gift of the Magi’ resonates with the sense of love and loss, ‘The Selfish Giant’ and ‘Rip Van Winkle’ relives our childhood. Some stories warm your heart, some make you think and some delight you with their magical language while at the same time they explore universal themes and arouse a gamut of responses. A must-have, this book offers a plethora of classics to read and enjoy for any lover of a good story. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 120917

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Kamal Kishore Sharma, Atul Kumar Agarwal, Jitender Bhandari

ISBN 10: 9351281485 ISBN 13: 9789351281481

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About this Item: 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 535 About The Book:- This conference aims at examining innovation, competitiveness and shifts in business strategies with a regional and global perspective. The discussions focus on the impact of globalization on innovation, competition, and business environment sustainability activities. In our endeavour, we have received around 55 papers, out of which 40 papers are being published in this edited book. We have also included 11 invited papers from across the globe. The contents and coverage of the papers presented is spread across the sphere of business opportunities, emerging markets, strategy, innovation and challenges in international markets. About the Author:- Dr. Kamal Kishore Sharma- Professor and Dean. He is a Fellow (PhD) of IIM Ahmedabad and MBA (Marketing and Financial Ma n a geme nt ) f rom I n st i t u te o f Management Studies, Ajmer University. In a rich career span of 24 years from a management trainee in 1989 to a young CEO at an MNC subsidiary abroad and later with consulting and academics, he has worked with a prestigious range of organizations viz. Public Sector (SAILBokaro Steel), Indian Civil Services (Indian Railways Traffic Service), MNC (Arcelor Mittal) and reputed Indian Universities (IIMA, CEPT, EDI). Dr. Atul Kumar Agarwal serving as Professor and Chairperson – Marketing Management in Ansal University Gurgaon, India. He has done his Ph.D. (Central University) in Rural Marketing, M.Phil. (Mgt.), M.B.A., M.S.W. He is an avid researcher, prolific writer and an academician of repute. He has also completed short term course on Industrial organisation and policy contemporary theory and practices at IIT- Kanpur. Dr. Jitender Bhandari is UNCTAD trained economist presently working as Associate Professor a n d A re a C h a i r Eco n o m i c s a n d I nte r n at i o n a l B u s i n e s s i n A n s a l University, Gurgaon, India. He has been appointed as the founder Editor of Ansal University Business Review, the flagship journal of Ansal University. He has also been nominated as the editorial member of (i) Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (JEEER), Allied Academies, North Carolina, USA (ii) Journal of International Business Research (JIBR). Allied Academies, North Carolina, USA. The Title 'Innovative Strategies for Competitiveness and Sustainability in Global Business Enviornments written/authored/edited by Kamal Kishore Sharma, Atul Kumar Agarwal, Jitender Bhandari', published in the year 2015. The ISBN 9789351281481 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 535 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Enviornment. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9789351281481

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Krishna Avtar Agrawal

Published by Book Enclave, Jaipur (2005)

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Jane Austin a novelist of Two Inches of Ivory/K.A. Agrawal. 2. Protest without dignity the anomalous anger of the angry young men/S.K. Sharma. 3. The poetry of Philip Larkin/A.N. Dwivedi. 4. Fermentation of ideas Thomas Hardy and Bhagavadgita Immanent will as the Epicentre/S.D. Sharma. 5. Somerset Maugham and the Vedantic philosophy of life/Mukesh Ranjan Verma. 6. George Eliot and human psyche/O.P. Budholia. 7. Shakespeare and Webster on widow marriage/Brahma Dutta Sharma. 8. Siegfried Sassoon the poet of war/Santosh Kumar Agarwal. 9. To have or to be the treatment of money in D.H. Lawrence's The rocking horse winner/S.K. Sharma. 10. Note of feminism in Saint Joan by G.B. Shaw/Sanjana Shamshery. 11. Man woman relationship in Jane Austen's novel Northanger Abbey/Anita Pathak. 12. Buddhism and T.S. Eliot/L.M. Joshi. 13. Paul Scott and his India/Mamta Singhal. 14. The Wordsworthian Matrix in Matthew Arnold's resignation/Satendra Kumar. 15. T.S. Eliot's poetry vis a vis his impersonal theory/N.K. Agarwal. 16. Modernist themes and techniques in Radclyff Hall's The Well of loneliness/Shubha Dwivedi. 17. Julian Barnes A History of the world in 101/2 chapters a portraiture of human struggles for survival/Mallikarjun Patil. 18. Quintessential Larkin Dark clouds and silver lining/Balram S. Sorot. 19. Dr. Samuel Johnson his dignified rebuff to feudal patronage/Siddhartha Sharma. 20. Reinventing Richard II through exit the king/Shubha Dwivedi. 21. George Orwell's Animal farm fable as a political statement/Mukesh Ranjan Verma. 22. Heroic intention unheroic age Dryden's His sacred Majesty Panegyric on his coronation /Vinod Kumar Singh. 23. Lacan on Hamlet an assessment/Shubha Dwivedi. 24. Censure on contemporary society Oscar Wilde/Alka Bansal. 25. The novels of Joseph Conrad an assessment/Mange Ram Harru. 26. G.B. Shaw's The Apple Cart a critique/Sanjna Shamshery. 27. Imagery and symbolism in the stories of H.G. Wells/Mudita Pandey. 291 pp. Seller Inventory # 56188

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Royal Society

Published by The Royal Society, London (1980)

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About this Item: The Royal Society, London, 1980. Library Buckram. Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. iv, 579, iv pages. With maps, plates, tables, diagrams & illustrations. Original wrappers bound in. llight wear & light soiling to spine, covers & corners. SERIES B VOLUME 210 Number 1178 29 October 1980Neuroactive peptides A Discussion organized by Sir Arnold Burgen, F.R.S., H. W. Kosterlitz, F.R.S., and L. L. Iversen • Introductory remarks. By Sir Arnold Burgen, F.R.S.• Structure and function in neuropeptides. By R. Schwyzer • Molecular evolution of biologically active polypeptides. By R. Acher • Formation of biologically active peptides. By D. F. Steiner, C. Patzelt, S. J. Chan, P. S. Quinn, H. S. Tager, D. Nielsen, À. Lernmark, B. E. Noyes, K. L. Agarwal, ? H. Gabbay and A. H. Rubenstein • The phylogeny of the common peptides (Chairman’s address). By A. G. E. Pearse • Cellular localization of peptides in neural structures. By T. Hà kfelt, J. M. Lundberg, M. Schultzberg, O. Johansson, L. Skirboll, A. Ànggârd, B. Fredholm, B. Hamberger, B. Pernow, J. Rehfeld and M. Goldstein. [Plates 1-5]• Peptidergic pathways in the central nervous system. By M. J. Brownstein • Regulation of neuropeptide release. By L. L. Iversen, C. M. Lee, R. F. Gilbert, S. Hunt and P. C. Emson. [Plate 1]• Characterization of opioid receptors in nervous tissue. By H. W. Kosterlitz, F.R.S., and S. J. Paterson• Enkephalinases. By C. Gorenstein and S. H. Snyder• Peptides as putative excitatory neurotransmitters : carnosine, enkephalin, substance P and TRH. By R. A. Nicoll, B. E. Alger and C. E. Jahr • Relations between neuropeptides and gut hormones. By G. J. Dockray and R. A. Gregory • Angiotensin and other peptides in the control of water and sodium intake. By J. T. Fitzsimons • Behavioural actions of neurohypophysial peptides. By D. de Wied • General discussionNumber 1179 19 November 1980• An electron-microscopical study of the postnatal development of the lateral geniculate nucleus in the normal kitten and after eyelid suture. By D. A. Winfield and T. P. S. Powell, F.R.S. [Plates 1-8]• A quantitative electron-microscopical study of the postnatal development of the lateral geniculate nucleus in normal kittens and in kittens with eyelid suture. By D. A. Winfield, R. W. Hiorns and T. P. S. Powell, F.R.S. • Reversed effect of adapting stimuli on visual sensitivity. By P. G. Polden and J. D. Mollon • Commentary on three papers on clines for melanism and polymorphism in moths. By J. A. Bishop • Melanism and predation by birds in the moths Biston betularia and Phigalia pilosaria. By N. D. Murray, J. A. Bishop and M. R. Macnair • Maintenance of the polymorphism for melanism in the moth Phigalia pilosaria in rural north Wales. By B. A. Conroy and J. A. Bishop • A theoretical study of morph ratio clines with special reference to melanism in moths. By G. S. ManiNumber 1180 19 November 1980 Interactions between virus and host molecules A Discussion organized by M. G. P. Stoker, For.Sec.R.S., L. V. Crawford and S. Brenner, F.R.S.• Introduction : virus-host interactions. By L. V. Crawford • Interaction of host-coded and virus-coded polypeptides in RNA phage replication. By T. Blumenthal • The role of gene A protein and E. coli rep protein in the replication of f? 174 replicative form DNA. By S. Eisenberg • The interaction of Agrobacterium Ti-plasmid DNA and plant cells. By M. Van Montagu, M. Holsters, P. Zambryski, J. P. Hernalsteens, A. Depicker, M. De Beuckeleer, G. Engler, M. Lemmers, L. Willmitzer and J. Schell • Genetic transmission of retroviral genes and cellular oncogenes. By G. J. Todaro, R. Callahan, U. R. Rapp and J. E. De Larco. [Plate 1] • Towards a molecular description of cell transformation by avian sarcoma virus. By R. L. Erikson, M. S. Collett, E. Erikson and A. F. Purchio • Cell transformation by avian defective leukaemia viruses. By M. J. Hayman, G. Ramsay, Gay Kitchener, T. Graf, H. Beug, Martine Roussel, S. Saule and Dominique Stehelin • The association of herpes simplex virus with. Seller Inventory # 014679

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Anju Bala Agrawal

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About this Item: Authorspress, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Post independence Indian writing in English/Z. Hasan. 2. Magic realism a powerful strategy of post independence Indian English fiction/Anju Bala Agrawal. 3. Indian English women short story writers an overview/Meenu Rani Dubey. 4. Feminism in post independence India contribution of women English writers/Hitaishi Singh. 5. Dialectics of culture as semiotic text an interpretation of Girish Karnad's Bali The Sacrifice/O.P. Budholia. 6. Remaking the myth and reconstructing the self an appraisal of Shashi Deshpande's Stone Women/Beena Agarwal. 7. The quest for identity reality and spirituality in the novels of Anita Desai/Usha Garg. 8. Treatment of women in the novels of Kamala Markandaya and Anita Desai a comparative study/Nirupama Sharma. 9. Gender construction and individual's identity in Mahesh Dattani's Dance Like A Man/Neeta. 10. The validity of Raja Rao's The Cat and Shakespeare vis a vis contemporary ethos/Medha Sachdev. 11. Girish Karnad's Naga Mandala a sociological study/Lucky Gupta. 12. A thematic study of the novels of Bhabani Bhattacharya/Kirti Jain. 13. Turning history into relevant drama contemporaneity in Girish Karnad's Historical Plays/Gunjan Chaturvedi. 14. Kamala Markandaya's The Coffer Dam a saga of Colossal loss of primitive life in the Whirlwind of modernisation/Rishi Pal Singh. 15. Straddling two cultures a study of biculturalism in Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake/Ranjana Mehrotra. 16. The female perspective in Shashi Deshpande's The Binding Vine/Anuradha Gaur. 17. East West conflict in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/Vibha Jain. 18. Gender discrimination in The God of Small Things/H.P. Singh. 19. The dynamics of socio economic inequality in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss/A.K. Chaturvedi. 20. A kaleidoscopic journey through life in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss/Sangeeta Das. 21. Images of escape and flight in Anita Desai's Voices in the City/Poonam Rani Gupta. 22. Kamala Das's Nauseous Repugnance against Male hypocrisy and supremacy/Charu Mehtrotra. 23. The Indian facet of Shashi Deshpande's Feminism/Barakha Bansal. 24. The problem of home and identity in V.S. Naipaul's Novels/Seema Srivastava and Poornima Anil. Bibliography. Index. Post Independence Indian Writing in English is a modest attempt to evaluate the Indian writing in English after Independence. It contains 24 research papers concerning the various aspects of Indian writing in English. It covers almost all the great writers of Post independence Indian writing such as Raja Rao Bhabani Bhattacharya V.S. Naipaul Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai Kamala Das Shashi Deshpande Girish Karnad Mahesh Dattani Arundhati Roy Kiran Desai Jhumpa Lahiri. The first article presents the history of post independence Indian writing in English in brief. The next three articles deal with the trends regarding Indian writing in English. A special attempt has been made to design the book to cater the needs of the readers and scholars wishing to be acquainted with the various aspects of post independence Indian writing in English. 222 pp. Seller Inventory # 72965

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O P Bahl & T L Dhami

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About this Item: Shipra. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. I. Activated carbons, adsorption and surface science: 1. "Surface chemistry of carbon from fundamentals to applications:the legacy of B.R. Puri"/Ljubisa R. Radovic. 2. Adsorption of volatile organic compounds on activated carbon fibers/Seung Kon Ryu. 3. Treatment of heavy metals contaminated Groundwater using granular Activated Carbon ( GAC)/Ajay Meena, Dinesh Chauhan, P.K. Rai and Chitra Rajagopal. 4. Removal of arsenic from ground water by activated carbon/Rajeev Goel, Ashok Rawat, S.K. Kapoor, R.K. Sharma and K. Shipra Misra. 5. Kinetics of degradation of sulphur mustard on impregnated carbons/G.K. Prasad, Beer Singh, M.V.S. Suryanarayana, R.K. Shrivastava, B.S. Batra and D. Pandey. 6. Dynamic adsorption of sulphur mustard on carbons/Beer Singh, G.K. Prasad, M. V.S. Suryanarayana, R.K. Shrivastava, B.S. Batra and D. Pandey. 7. Porous carbon from bio-wastes/Satish Manocha, Vanraj Chauhan, Jignesh H. Bhagat, Mitesh Patel and L.M. Manocha. 8. Effect of surface complexes on the crystal characteristics of the turbostratic structure of activated charcoal cloth/Francis V. Varghese and N.K. Sandle. 9. Micropore development in activated carbon spheres : effect of activation time/ Francis V. Varghese, Sandeep A. Kuthe and Timir Haran Mahato. 10. Effect of ferrous salt on the development of Mesopores in activated carbons by low temperature reactivation/Sandeep A. Kuthe and Francis V. Varghese.11. Studies on the chemical activation of phenolic resin chars/Damyanti Agarwal. D. Lal, V.S. Tripathi and G.N. Mathur. 12. Preparation of carbon 426 pp. Seller Inventory # 38917

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Pawan Kumar Taneja; Sandhir Sharma; Gautam Bansal and P P Singh

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ISBN 10: 8177081004 ISBN 13: 9788177081008

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About this Item: New Century, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Punjab College of Technical Education (PCTE). Editor's Profile. Editor's Note on the Book. I. Globalisation Opportunities and Challenges 1. Holistic management of global economy the fourth wave/H.H. Jha Bidyarthi and P.N. Jha. 2. Impact of globalization on Indian agriculture production and trade/Prashant Salwan. 3. Opportunities and threats to enter global economy/G.D. Sardana and Sumeet Singh Jasial. 4. E marketing as a strategic tool for marketing in the 21 century/Harpreet Kaur. 5. Impact of globalization on technological environment/Khushdeep Dharni. 6. Paradigm shift in micro finance institutions a futuristic model/Geetika Neeraj Pandey and Kingshuk Das. 7. Impact of globalisation towards ethical business focus/Surinder Pal Singh. 8. Foreign Direct Investment and export growth in India/Sadananda Prusty. 9. Role of corporate social reporting in global economy/Suprava Sahu. II. Management of Human Resources 10. Impact of globalization on human resources/Aleena Sharma. 11. Leadership dynamics in a global economy/Dindayal Swain. 12. Second Basel Accord (Basel II) issues and challenges for India/Dhiraj Sharma. 13. Managing employees in a global marketplace/Mary Ipe. 14. Management of human resources in the global arena issues and challenges/Leena Shrivastav. 15. Succession planning and leadership development in a global economy the Indian experience/V.V. Ramani Nandita Sethi and Bala Kiran. 16. Managing work force diversity in MNCs a case study of Monsanto India Ltd./Neelam Rani Suneja and Shailja Verma. 17. Talent management/Renu Luthra and Manisha Seth. 18. Changing face of human resource management in the new millennium/Varsha Dixit. 19. Management of global human resources/Vivek Kumar. III. Information Technology and Marketing of Services 20. India a global tourism Hub/M.K. Sehgal Adarsh Kumar Aggarwal and Hirak Das Gupta. 21. Impact of relationship marketing on behavioural customer loyalty/MJF Fazeela Ahsan. 22. Linkage model for business education institutions/Rukhsana Kalim and Rahmat Ullah. 23. Management education and NGOs role and issues/Ranjana Agarwal. 24. Retailing in a global economy with special reference to Indian industry/Jasnoor Kaur and O.P. Sahni. 25. Liberalizing international trade in services challenges in e governance and service branding/Komal Chopra. 26. India as a hub of global health care through medical tourism/P. Kannadas and C. Muthuvelayutham. 27. Indian banking managing transformation through information technology/R.K. Uppal. 28. Impact and implications of globalization on management education/Sapna Hooda. IV. Management Functions in the Emerging Scenario 29. Supply chain knowledge management technology strategy/A. Lakshmi Kanth. 30. Managerial role in international marketing strategies/S.K. Bhatt Arunabh Mishra and Julius Mogaka Gekonde. 31. Dynamics of rural marketing/Meera Kulkarni and Vaidehi Pandurengan. 32. Aligning information technology to global business strategy/Jaspal Singh Baldev Singh and Manohar Singh. 33. Consumption behavior of young consumers in Pakistan/M. Mahmood Shah Khan. 34. Venture capitalists an Indian perspective/Neeti Agrawal. 35. Web enabled supply chain management/Prashant M. More. 36. Supply chain performance through SCOR model/Prashant More and Rupa S. Bindu. 37. Building information management/Rachit Garg and Manohar Singh. 38. Entry strategies of automobile manufacturers the case of Indian Automobile Industry/Rajiv Kumar Garg. 39. Branding challenges for global competitiveness/Ruchi Shah. 40. Globalisation and business management with special reference to Bangladesh/Anwar Hossain. 41. Perceptions about gender discrimination against women at workplace/Kashif Ur Rehman Nasir Ahmed Muhammed Shahbaz Shabbir and Muhammad Iqbal Saif. 42. Stress management in the banking sector/Sandhir Sharma Pawan Taneja and R.K. Gupta. The emergence of World Trade Organisation (WTO) has changed the world economic order. Economies of the world are opening up and integrating w. Seller Inventory # 58445

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R.C. Rajak (Ed.)

Published by Scientific Publishers (2002)

ISBN 10: 8172333145 ISBN 13: 9788172333140

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

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R Dayanandan

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186771840 ISBN 13: 9788186771846

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Natural resource management 1. Soil and water characteristics for land use planning under coastal agro eco system of North coastal Andhra Pradesh/K. Ramalinga Swamy and P. Jamuna. 2. Land and water use management/V.K. Bagda. 3. Bio aesthetic aspects of planning in Hassan/Krishna Gowda and M.C. Hemalatha. 4. Recent approaches in the methods of determining soil sulphur mineralization in relation to plant sulphur availability/Jamuna Pamidi. 5. Common property resources and sustainable development a perspective/Sabesh Manikandan and K. Raja Mohan Rao. 6. Participatory approach to sustainable development issues and experience/R. Hathi Tushar. 7. Conservation of bio diversity/Sangita Singha and Bini Toms. 8. Employment generation through watershed planning a case study of Willingdon watershed/R. Mani. 9. Water harvesting management/Chandra Mouli and C.M. Devalatha. 10. Model rainwater harvesting project in Delhi selected case studies/R.K. Srinivasan. 11. Implementing joint forest management in tribal areas of Santhal Parganas/Rabindra Prasad Singh. 12. Significance of non timber forest products for the improvement of quality life/S. Vaidehi and K. Raja Mohan Rao. 13. Agroforestry a watershed management tool for rural development/Vijay Kumar. 14. Critical analysis of rural tourism in India/Toms Varghese Rajiv and R.K. Massey. 15. Strategic marketing of rural tourism a case of Rajasthan/Ashutosh Srivastava. 16. Rural tourism in Uttar Pradesh emerging perspective and issues/O.P. Singh and Nirupama Singh. II. Sustainable agriculture 17. Challenges and opportunities in organic farming/Thomas Abraham. 18. Organic farming challenges and opportunities/Gopan Prakash Pradhan and Bini Toms. 19. Relevance of biotechnology in sustainable agriculture challenges in Indian context/K. Suhasini. 20. Integrated farming systems approach for sustainable agriculture issues related to Livestock sector with special reference to Andhra Pradesh/S.T. Viroji Rao. 21. Organic farming system a solution for propelling national prosperity/D. Ghosh. 22. Opportunities and challenges of organic farming for sustainable agricultural development/Suresh Kumar. 23. Challenges and opportunities of organic farming in Rajasthan/Rajveer Singh. 24. Vermicomposting for better environmental quality/Rajeev Sharma and Amit Mittal. 25. Natural response management for sustainable agriculture/C.M. Devalatha and K. Natikar. 26. Seed security v/s food security/Mukunda Sabu. 27. Sustainable agriculture for sustainable development/Pravata Chandra Padhi. 28. Food processing in India the new dawn/K. Malar Mathi and Jino Chacko. 29. Corporate intervention for sustainable agriculture/R.S. Tiwari. 30. Farmer's knowledge system untapped innovative key for sustainable agriculture/Shantanu Kumar and Uma Sah. 31. Agriculture produce and its processing and marketing/Mohd. Zahid Hanif and Meenu Agarwal. III. Micro finance and sustainable development 32. Making micro finance sustainable through micro enterprises/N. Lalitha. 33. Dairy enterprise through microfinance a sustainable source of livelihood/Amit Kumar Singh. 34. Micro finance through SHGs a non starter in Assam/Gautam Purkayastha. 35. Micro finance and urban poverty alleviation in India emerging issues and challenges/Awadhesh Kr. Singh and O.P. Shukla. 36. Micro finance and rural women credit movement A boon for the upliftment of rural poor (a study of Andhra Pradesh)/H.D. Dwarakanath. 37. Livelihood and income profiles of puppeteer families in Bhopal/Shashi Nayak. 38. Micro finance through SHGs empowerment of weaker section/Deepak Bishoyi. 39. Self Help Groups a vehicle for women's empowerment experiences of Madhya Pradesh/Mona Khare. 40. Impact of microfinancing Self Help Groups on formal banking habits/P. Mahendra Varman. 41. Micro finance SHG's impact on sustainable development in rural India/Nadiya Yusuf. 42. Microfinance in India status and issues/Navdeep Aggarwal and S.K. Singla. 43. Entrepreneur the ke. Seller Inventory # 56186

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P.C. Jain,M.C. Bhargava

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ISBN 10: 8189422324 ISBN 13: 9788189422325

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About this Item: new, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book gives a vast knowledge about the progress made in Indian on different entomological aspects. the book will serve as a complete source book on research techniques and practices of pests management , advanced genetic and biotechnological researches, new pests management technologies on different crops, pesticidal contamination status in environment. The book has been written for teachers, students, researchers and extension workers engaged in pests management strategies Key features: Scientists and researchers from IARI, IIVR, PAU, NBPGR, CRRI and various RRS`s of IARI, NBPGR and ICAR research Complex for Eastern and NEH Regions have contributed their research papers Articles on history, sampling, surveillance and forecasting of pests, emerging pest problems and critical issues in their management Ecological, biotechnological, genetic engineering and semiochemicals perspectives in PIM have been covered in the book Topics like pests management in cereals, rice, cotton, seed spices, fruits and vegetables crops, potato, rapeseed and mustard, stored grain pests and soil, adds to the importance and utility of the book The book will prove as a complete handbook of entomology as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers but will also play vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of pest management Contents Foreword - Prof. S.L. Mehta Foreword - Dr. S.N. Puri Preface Chapter 1. History of Integrated Pest Management by R.S. Jaglan and Ram Singh Chapter 2. Sampling, Surveillance and Forecasting of Pests by R.K. Saini and P.R. Yadav Chapter 3. Emerging Pest Problems in India and Critical Issues in Their Management by Paras Nath Chapter 4. Role of Insect Resistant Varieties in Integrated Pest Management by A K Chakravarthy & D Rajagopal Chapter 5. Ecological Perspective of Pest Management by Rakesh Gupta and Ajay Sharma Chapter 6. Recent Advancements in Pest Management: Biotechnology the Need of Hour by O.P. Dubey & O.P. Sharma Chapter 7. Genetic Engineering of Plants for Insect Resistance by M.C. Bhargava; R.K. Choudhary and P.C.Jain Chapter 8. Pesticides: Contamination and Estimation of Residues by V.S. Kavadia Chapter 9. Role of Parasitoids and Predators in Integrated Pest Management by A.Verghese & D.K.Nagaraju Chapter 10. Semiochemicals: As Potential Tools in Pest Management by Ashok Kumar and N.K. Bajpai Chapter 11. Utility of Light Trap in Integrated Pest Management by S.M. Vaishampayan Chapter 12. Insecticide Resistance in IPM by Chitra Srivastava and Berin Pathrose Chapter 13. Pest Management in Cereals by Prem Kishore and R.K. Sharma Chapter 14. Integrated Pest Management in Rice by H. P. Misra and B. C.Jena Chapter 15. Integrated Pest Management in Cotton by S.A. Nimbalkar Chapter 16. Integrated Pest Management in Seed Spices by P.C. Jain, M.C. Bhargava and R.K. Choudhary Chapter 17. Recent Advances in Management of Insect Pests of Fruit Crops by D. R. Sharma and R.C. Batra Chapter 18. Integrated Pest Management in Vegetable Crops by T.M. Shivalingaswamy and S. Satpathy Chapter 19. Integrated Pest Management in Potato by R.S. Chandel, K.R. Dhiman, V.K. Chandla and Vinod Kumar Chapter 20. Integrated Insect Pest Management in Rapeseed and Mustard by G.C. Sachan and J.P. Purwar Chapter 21. Advances In Management of Stored Grain Pests by M.C. Bhargava, R.K. Choudhary and P.C. Jain Chapter 22. Role of Predatory Mites in IPM of Phytophagus Mites by Ashok Sharma and V.K. Agarwal Chapter 23. Integrated Pest Management of Phytophagous Mites by M.S. Dhooria and Manmeet B. Bhullar Chapter 24. Biodiversity of Leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) of The Indian Sub-continent by C.A.Viraktamath Chapter 25. Role of Honey Bees in Crop Pollination by H.D. Kaushik, R.S. Jana and R.S. Jaglan Chapter 26 Printed Pages: 550. Seller Inventory # 65510

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Shishir Sinha, O.P. Pandey, Vinay Kumar and Parmod Kumar

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ISBN 10: 9380012519 ISBN 13: 9789380012513

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About this Item: Studium Press, 2011. Contents Foreword Preface 1 Polymeric adsorbents for industrial effluentsSunil Kumar DK Singh Vinay Kumar and Shishir Sinha 2 Polymer electrolyte membrane candidates for fuel cellPN Pandey R Suresh and MAL Antony Raj 3 Removal of p-Chlorophenol and 24-Dichlorophenol from water by pervaporation using polyurethane Urea IPN MembraneSwatilekha Das AK Banthia and Basudam Adhikari 4 Studies on diffusion and sorption of simulants of toxic chemicals through elastomersVinita Dubey RC Malhotra Toral Parmar and DD Agarwal 5 Microemulsion-a novel method for Nanopolymer synthesisPallavi Bhardwaj S Aggaral and UK Mandal 6 Polyurethane and polyurethane clay nanocompositesAnupama Kaushik 7 Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles by microemulsion-an overviewSujata V Singh and S Aggarwal 8 Development of Vinyl Ester Resins from renewable and non-renewable resources for advanced applicationsMinakshi Sultania and Deepak Srivastava 9 Preparation and characterization of PVAAA Interpenetrating polymer networks IPNsRK Wanchoo and Amandeep Kaur 10 Relaxation behaviour of aligned dipoles in azobenzenePMMA guest host polymeric thin filmsSanjiv Arora Sushil Kumar and Suneel Dhingra 11 Preparation and application of smart hydrogel polymersSatish Chandra Gupta SG Kulkarni Sandhya Gupta and DK Vaslas Polymeric decontaminant NN-Dichloro poly Styrene-co-divinyl benzene Sulphonamide synthesis characterization and efficacy against simulant of sufur mustardPranav Kumar Gutch Ravindra Sngh and RO Shrivastava 12 Studies of the copolymeriation of N-Tetradecyl itaconates with styreneGulshan Kumar and Saroj Aggarwal 13 Use of FAS-H2O2 redox system for the synthesis of graft co-polymers of binary vinyl monomer mixtures with flax fibreSusheel Kumar BS Kaith and AS Singha 14 Applications of graft co-polymers as fillers in the preparation of polystyrene matrix based compositesSanjeev BS Kaith and AS Singha 15 Development of long glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic composite based on nylon 6Vujay N Patel K Senthil Kumar Naresh Bhatnagar and Anup K Ghosh 16 Natural fiber reinforced compositesVinay Kumar Manoj Singh Saini K Prasad and Shishir Sinha 17 Biodegradable nanocomposites based on starchAnupama Kaushik 18 Degradation of starchCross linked modified starch LDPE Blend films by Enzyme from Bacillus licheniformisSangeeta Garg Mithu Maiti and Asim Kumar Jana 19 Synthesis and characterization of PLA-PSA as biodegradable polymerS Modi JP Jain and Neeraj Kumar 20 Synthesis and characterization of new biodegradable copolyestersAS Chandure SS Umare and RA Pandey Subject indexWe have pleasure in introducing the Advances in Polymer Science Polymer occupies the distinct place amongst the material world today and is used in diversified applications such as domestic packaging automobile electrical aerospace marine etc Therefore it is an important area of research and recent update is the need of the hour High stiffness good thermal resistance reduced thermal expansion coefficient better resistance to yield and fracture toughness etc of polymer composites have explored their applications in engineering structure aircraft helicopters spacecrafts boats ships offshore platforms automobiles sports goods chemical processing equipment and civil infrastructure such as bridges and buildings Recent emphasis is on Green Composites based on lignocelluloses materialsAn increased interest in obtaining polymeric materials with nano particles has been observed Important applications are sunscreen cosmetics food products and packaging gecko tape; clothing disinfectants and household appliances; surface coatings paints outdoor furniture varnishes; and fuel catalyst Nanotechynology may have its biggest I pact on the medical industry in future Patients will drink fluids containing nanorobots programmed to attack and reconstruct the molecular structure of cancer cells and viruses There?s even speculation that nanorobots could slow or reverse the aging process and life expectancy could increase. Seller Inventory # 99725

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D Prasad

Published by Daya, Delhi (2005)

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Entomology 1. Microbial pesticides/V.M. Pawar P.S. Borikar and U.T. Thombre. 2. Parasitisation by Hexamermis sp. (Nematoda Mermithidae) to Leptocoris augur Fabr. (Heteroptera Coroidea Rhopalidae)/S.C. Dhiman and Kumkum. 3. Perspectives in biocontrol as effective tool in pest management/Suvasish Das N.C. Gupta M. Sehgal and B.B. Bhosle. 4. Helicoverpa armigera nuclear polyhedrosis virus and its effectiveness/Saqia F. Chandel R. Ahmad and P.K. Singh. 5. Ovicides for management of Lepidopterous pests/Vanit Kathuria R.K. Saini and Pala Ram. 6. Recent researches on Ocimum species for insect pest management/Vanit Kathuria and Nutan Kaushik. 7. Termite management past present and future/Berin Pathrose and Swaran Dhingra. 8. Status and distribution of insect pests on crops and their management by Organic methods in north eastern hill region of India/K. Rajasekhara Rao A.N. Shylesha and N.S. Azad Thakur. 9. Use of safer insecticides for natural enemy protection/P.B. Singh. II. Plant pathology 10. Karnal Bunt disease of wheat a threat to grain trade/Anuja Gupta and V.K. Maheshwari. 11. Status and management of Foliar Blight of wheat in India/A.K. Singh R.P. Singh and Mamta Singh. 12. Important diseases of crops in NEH Region and their management/M. Santha Lakshmi Prasad M. Srinivas Prasad Y.P. Sharma and Sangit Kumar. 13. Eco friendly management of wilt in Chickpea/S.N. Gurha Vishwa Dhar Udit Narain and Shubha Trivedi. 14. Predictive management of powdery Mildew diseases/P. Sinha D.K. Agarwal and D. Prasad. 15. Viral diseases of fruits vegetables and spices in north eastern Himalayan region of India and their management/Kajal Kumar Biswas D.R. Das and Y.S. Ahlawat. 16. Recent advances in Tomato leaf curl virus/Krishna Kumar V.K. Razdan Efath Shahnaz Shahid Ahamad and A.K. Tiwari. 17. Rice blast a limiting factor in rice production in J&K/Shahid Ahamad C.S. Kalha K. Kumar Mohd Ishaq and A.K. Tiwari. 18. Insect pests and diseases of cold arid region Ladakh/Ajay K. Pandey and Sanjai K. Dwivedi. 19. Pest and diseases management in Bulbous flowering crops/A.K. Singh and Shiva Jauhari. 20. Status and management of pests and diseases in nut fruits/S.S. Singh D. Prasad and H. Lal. 21. Application of molecular markers in identification of disease resistance genes in plants/A.K. Mukherjee S.K. Lenka and L.K. Acharya. 22. Integrated disease management in linseed present status and future thrust/Jyoti Singh. 23. Induced resistance practical approach for disease management/S.K. Biswas and Udit Narain. 24. Advances in rice blast epidemiology and management/M. Surulirajan and P. Srinivas. 25. Chitinases in defense against phytopathogenic fungi/V. Shanmugam. 26. Characterization of pathotype diversity in nine isolates of Ascochyta Rabiei based on DNA polymorphism/Atul Kumar Neena Mitter and Rashmi Agarwal. III. Nematology 27. Interaction phenomena between air and soil pollutants on plant parasites/Shefta T. Chandel Saqia F. Chandel Babu Mansuri and D. Prasad. 28. Ecofriendly management of nematode problem of vegetables and pulses/Kumkum Dutta and M.G. Haidar. 29. Recent taxonomic status of semi endoparasitic nematodes and their management/Sudershan Ganguly and M. Lal. 30. Induced plant resistance/Varghese P. Thomas Berin Pathrose and D. Prasad. 31. Precision farming technologies in nematode management/A.K. Ganguly R.N. Sahoo and Umarao. 32. Acarines as biocontrol agents of plant parasitic nematodes/Rachna Gulati Kumkum Walia and Ranjana Rani. 33. Biocontrol agents for management of phytonematodes/D. Prasad and Veena. 34. Paecilomyces lilacinus fungal bioagent for controlling phytonematodes/Archana Mittal and D. Prasad. 35. Regulatory and phytosanitary measures for nematode management/Rajan and Arjun Lal. IV. Agrochemicals and weed science 36. Decontamination of pesticide residues/Sumitra Arora and Madhuban Gopal. 37. Microbial metabolites future ecofriendly agrochemicals/Rajib Karmakar and Gita Kulshrestha. 38. Current researches o. Seller Inventory # 56872

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S.C. Kalwar M.K. Khandelwal (ed)

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About this Item: Pointer, India. Condition: New. Contents: Vol. I: Natural Resources and Natural Health Hazards: Preface. 1. Mineral resources of Rajasthan/M.L. Jhanwar. 2. Mineral policy of Rajasthan state/N.S. Bohre. 3. Soils of Rajasthan/D.C. Joshi. 4. Ground water resources of Rajasthan/P. Subramanian and Bharat Bhushan. 5. Quality of ground waters and soil salinity in Western Rajasthan/I.C. Gupta. 6. Forests and forestry in Rajasthan/V.S. Saxena. 7. Economics of Khejri (Prosopis cineraria)/H.S. Bishnoi and Harsh Vardhan. 8. Wildlife in arid regions of India/Harsh Vardhan. 9. Desert national park a unique blessing of conservation of biodiversity in arid India/Indra Pal and Ved Prakash Meena. 10. Quaternary evolution of Saline lakes with special emphasis on Sambhar lake and salt resources in Rajasthan/K.S. Raghav. 11. Harnessing solar energy in arid region/P.C. Pande and K.P. Thanvi. 12. Development potential and policy neglect of the Rajasthan Desert : a plea for bio technological and socio scientific research/P.C. Mathur. 13. Flash floods and their impact in Rajasthan/N.S. Vangani Surendra Singh and N. Singh. 14. Administrative response to droughts in Jaipur Princely state/Yaduendra Sahai. 15. Institutional arrangements for common property resource management : case of two fodder farms in Bikaner/Poul Wisborg. 16. Health hazard and health organization system in Rajasthan/M.R. Soangra. Vol. II: Agriculture and Irrigation Projects: 17. Levels of agricultural development in arid and semi arid areas/S.C. Kalwar and Nand Kishore. 18. Wasteland in Rajasthan/S.C. Kalwar and G.K. Agarwal. 19. Recent land use development in Jhunjhunun district mapping by IRS LISS I data/Balak Ram A.K. Sen J.S. Chouhan. 20. Status of surface water resources of Rajasthan/B.N. Mathur. 21. Water resource development in Rajasthan/Indra Pal. 22. Indira Gandhi Nahar project/A.S. Kapoor. 23. IGN project: regional development plan 2001/B.D. Bhattacharya. 24. Afforestation in Rajasthan Canal Project Area India/B.L. Sukhwal. 25. Agriculture extension services and their impact in Indira Gandhi command/Rajeev Swaroop and Rakesh Hooja. 26. Social and spatial determinants of colonization policy in IGNP stage II/P.C. Mathur. 27. Indigenous water harvesting systems in arid ecosystem of Rajasthan/Surendra Singh and M.A. Khan. 28. Seed production scenario of agricultural crops in arid Rajasthan/I.J. Gupta. 29. Oilseed revolution in arid and semi arid Rajasthan/Indra Pal S.C. Kalwar Prabha Sharma. 30. Agroclimatic regions of Rajasthan/Amal Kumar Sen. 31. Potential of horticultural production in arid region/O.P. Pareek and Vishal Nath. 32. Datepalm cultivation in Rajasthan/Atul Chandra. 33. Livestock and poultry development in Rajasthan/S.P. Banerjee and L.D. Sharma. 34. Sheep rearing and wool production in Rajasthan/S.D. Kalla. 35. Camel production in India's livestock sector/N.D. Khanna. 36. Forage supply demand analysis for Rajasthan state/R.K. Tyagi. Seller Inventory # 307

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Agarwal, Ravi P.; O'Regan, Donal; Saker, Samir H.:

Published by Cham, Springer International Publishing, 2014. (2014)

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About this Item: Cham, Springer International Publishing, 2014., 2014. Aufl. 2014. X, 340 p. 235 mm x 155 mm. Hardcover. Versand aus Deutschland / We dispatch from Germany via Air Mail. Einband bestoßen, daher Mängelexemplar gestempelt, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Imperfect copy due to slightly bumped cover, apart from this in very good condition. Stamped. Stamped. Seller Inventory # 2950BB

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Karan Singh; Mohan Lal Jakhar and Dhirendra Singh

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. I. Applied biology botany and plant genetic resources 1. Development of medicinal and aromatic plants in fragile agroecosystem/M.L. Jakhar. 2. Medicinally important seed spices related R&D Activities in arid and semi arid regions/Dhirendra Singh. 3. Capparis Species and other underutilized medicinal plants of arid semi arid and tropical niches/M.S. Fageria Saroj Rolania and Karan Singh. 4. Ratan Jyot (Jatropha) a potential medicinal cum biofuel plant/B.R. Choudhary M.L. Jakhar S.S. Rajput and Shiv Narain. 5. Therapeutically valuable millets and other Poaceous plants potential bioresources for arid and semi arid environments/B.S. Afria and Shrikant. 6. Guggul a medicinal plant of Indian desert/M.L. Sharma Ravinder Paliwal and Arvind Kumar. 7. Chickpea medicinal and nutritive crop for diverse niches/S.C. Gupta and Karan Singh. 8. Medicinally valuable minor seed spices/S.K. Malhotra. II. Applied and environmental physiology biochemistry and biotechnology 9. Linking the science of medicinal trees and shrubs with biodrainage potential global and Indian perspectives/Karan Singh. 10. Applications of biotechnology innovations in pharmaceutics and nutraceutics/C.P. Malik. 11. Environmental physiology of seed onion for crop amelioration under semi arid agro ecosystem/M.K. Sharma P.K. Sharma O.P. Gill and Karan Singh. 12. Seed germination and seedling growth of some medicinal plants under water stress/Karan Singh and Vijay Singh Mitharwal. 13. Effect of plant growth regulators and saline water on seed physiological parameters in different Brassica genotypes/V.P. Agarwal B.L. Kakralya and Karan Singh. 14. Phytochemical markers for cumin varietial identification/R.S. Raje and M.L. Jakhar. 15. Physiological aspects of seed invigoration in therapeutically valuable arid legumes/Karan Singh V.S. Mitharwal M.L. Jat and B.L. Kakralya. 16. Seed quality productivity and physiological maturity of therapeutically valuable arid legumes/Karan Singh M.L. Jat V.S. Mitharwal and B.L. Kakralya. III. Plant and crop production agrotechnology 17. Isabgol a potential medicinal plant of arid and semi arid ecosystem/R.S. Jat M.L. Jakhar and A.C. Shivran. 18. Sowing dates fertility levels and farm yard manure for enhancing the productivity of Isabgol/R.C. Dadheech Lekh Chand and H.K. Sumeriya. 19. Improved production agrotechniques for Blond Psyllium Cultivation/Amit Singh Charak G.S. Chouhan H.K. Sumeriya and R.C. Dadheech. 20. Crop ecological approach for enhancing the productivity of Fenugreek/Ramesh Verma H.R. Agarwal Indra Singh and Narendra Singh. 21. Vetiver commercial cultivation processing and marketing/S.R. Singh and G.P. Jatav. 22. Irrigation responses in Cumin comparative efficacy of sprinkler and surface methods/B.L. Jat M.S. Rathore and R.P. Jangir. 23. Adoption of recommended cultivation practices of Chilli (Medicinally valuable crop) constraints analysis/Mahendra Kumar I.M. Khan and N.L. Jangid. 24. Soil compaction and irrigation practice as factor for Fenugreek production in Rajasthan/B.L. Kumawat and Sarjan Singh. 25. Nitrogen and bio fertilizers as production factors for coriander/Surendra Kumar G.R. Choudhary and H.K. Sumeriya. 26. Biofertilizers and fertility levels as correlated with agricultural economics of Fenugreek production/R.S. Jat O.P. Sharma and R.L. Jat. 27. Production and productivity of medicinal seed spices in semi arid Eastern plain zone of Rajasthan socio economic scenario/P.C. Meena R.C. Kumawat and B.K. Sharma. 28. Effect of sowing time and methods of planting on the productivity of Kharif Onion (Allium cepa L.)/N.K. Jain and B.L. Poonia. 29. Pearlmillet (a medicinal cum food crop) economics and evaluation of pearl millet based cropping sequences/Makkhan Lal and A.K. Nag. 30. Rose (Ornamental cum medicinal shrub) improved cultivation practices and their adoption status/I.M. Khan Mahendra Kumar and R.C. Meena. 31. Productivity of Fenugreek in response of nitrogen and number of cutting/G. Lal R. Seller Inventory # 70720

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V Singh

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editorial. 1. A mixture of alkaloids flavonoids and terpenes/sterols with antimycobacterial activity from methanol extract of Artemisia annua L. (Compositae) (whole plant)/A. Uba K. Ibrahim E.B. Agbo and A.A. Makinde. 2. An ethnobotanical study of Halam tribe of Dhalai district Tripura India/R. Halam Reema Saha and B.K. Datta. 3. An ethnobotanical study of Sambharpat of West Nimar district of Madhya Pradesh/S.K. Mahajan. 4. Assessment of the antimicrobial and phytochemical properties of the stem bark extract of Disthemonantus bentamianus L. (African Satin Wood) on microorganisms isolated from Semen/K.A. Yongabi E.B. Agbo and F. Tahir. 5. Collection and conservation of Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) a multipurpose tree for livelihood of rural poor/N. Sunil G. Subbi Reddy N. Sivaraj and S. Sridhar. 6. Dental care in herbal way some ethnobotanical findings/Enakshi Ray Chaudhuri H.A. Molla and S.K. Basu. 7. Dye yielding plants of Assam and its neighbouring areas/M. Islam and F. Hasin. 8. Ethnobotanical studies in Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary Central Himalayas India/D.P. Semwal and P. Pardha Saradhi. 9. Ethnobotanical studies in Sangla Valley district Kinnaur in Himachal Himalayas/Viraj Man and Bhupender Dutt. 10. Ethnobotanical studies of Srikhola Lepchajagat Tonglu and Pankhabari areas of Darjeeling district West Bengal/Rama Prasad Bhattacharya and Chandrakala Rai. 11. Ethnobotanical study of Kalahandi district Orissa/A.M. Saren A.C. Halder and P.R. Sur. 12. Ethnomedicinal plants used as antidiabetic/P.R. Sur A.M. Saren and A.C. Halder. 13. Ethnomedicinal studies of Patan district North Gujarat/P.K. Patel. 14. Ethnomedicinal studies on cucurbits of Agra district/K.P. Singh and Rekha Agarwal. 15. Ethnomedicinal study of some important plants used in the treatment of hair and boils in district of Pulwama of Kashmir/Iqbal Chak R.K. Agarwal and Majeed Kak. 16. Ethnomedicinal uses of some weeds in some agro ecosystems of Doon Valley/Lokender Singh Neelam Sharma S.P. Joshi R.K. Manhas and Venita Joshi. 17. Ethno medico botanical studies in Pench Tiger Reserve Madhya Pradesh/S.K. Masih. 18. Important medicinal plants and their uses in Me Gad watershed area of Lahual and Spiti/Yogendra Sharma Arvind Kumar Archna Singh and J.C. Rana. 19. Important medicinal plants in Moolbari watershed area of Himachal Pradesh/Archna Singh Yogendra Sharma Arvind Kumar and J.C. Rana. 20. Ipomoea carnea Subsp. fistulosa (Convolvulaceae) a friend plant of tribals/Kaptain K. Bajpayee. 21. Medicinal uses of some terrestrial exotic weeds/P.R. Sur A.M. Saren and A.C. Halder. 22. Mesta diversity a potential source to improve rural economy in north coastal Andhra Pradesh/N. Sivaraj S.R. Pandravada M.V. Naidu G. Srinivasa Reddy N. Sunil V. Kamala Babu Abraham and K.S. Varaprasad. 23. Natural and cultivated dye yielding plants and their utilization by villagers in southern districts of Tamil Nadu/K. Rajendran S. Baburaj and M. Jothi Basu. 24. Note on aquatic macrophytes of Gujarat and their economic values/K.D. Mitaliya D.C. Bhatt and B.B. Maitreya. 25. Observations on traditional herbal remedies for paralysis in Gujarat/B.A. Jadeja N.K. Odedra and D.R. Zala. 26. Phenolic profile in some petrocrops/M.S.N. Reddy M. Radhakrishnaiah and S. Jelani. 27. Phytochemical and antimicrobial screening of the leaf extracts of Ocimum gratissimum L./O.I. Okechukwu and F. Tahir. 28. Phytochemical studies in genera Tetrastigma (Miq.) Planch. and Vitis L. (Fam. Vitaceae) and their taxonomic significance/S.G. Patil and B.K. Honrao. 29. Plants used in traditional phytotherapy for indigestion in Gujarat India/B.A. Jadeja N.K. Odedra J.K. Chavda and D.C. Bhatt. 30. Potential ethnomedicinal plants at Kaptipada Forest Range Orissa India and their uses/K.K. Behera N. Manjari Mishra and G.R. Rout. 31. Potential fodder species of Ladakh Himalaya/Anju Verma O.P. Chaurasia Basant Ballabh and B. Raut. 32. Ritual plants of Neeru Valley Bhadarwah Jammu and Kashmir India/Harish Chander Du. Seller Inventory # 69609

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H.P. Singh, Anil Kumar, V.A. Parthasarathy and Babita Singh

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About this Item: Westville Publishing House, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Nanotechnology in agriculture : at a glance: 1. Nanotechnology in agriculture; an overview/H.P. Singh, Anil Kumar, V.A. Parthasarathy and Babita Singh. 2. Development and synthesis of nanomaterials/Rachna Sharma, Ved Varun Agrawal and Anil Kumar. 3. Tool box for development of techniques technologies devices and products/B.R.K. Gupta, Sadhna Singh, Mamta Metwal and Anil Kumar. 4. Nanotechnology in crop sciences/Anil Kumar and B.R.K. Gupta. 5. Application of nanotechnology in veterinary and animal sciences/K.M.L. Pathak and R.K. Singh. 6. Application of nanotechnology in fisheries and aquaculture/Dilip Kumar, Subtata Dasgupta and Rupam Sharma. II. Nanopore sequencing and nanobiotechnology: 7. Nanosequencing and nanotechnology/Backiyarani S. and T.E. Sheeja. III. Nano biosensors: 8. Precision agriculture through use of nanobiosensors for diverse applications/Sadhna Singh, Gohar Taj, Ved Varun Agarwal and Anil Kumar. 9. Biosensors for analysis of biomolecules/Lakshmana Reddy, D.C. Kiran Khandagale and C. Aswath. IV. Nano particles based disease diagnostics and control: 10. Crop diagnostics/Manoj Singh, Atul Kumar Gupta, Dinesh Pandey and Anil Kumar.11. Diagnostics and management phytoplasmal diseases/Ramaswamy Manimekalai, Smita Nair and O.M. Roshna. 12. Diagnosis of plant viral diseases with special emphasis on tropical tuber crops/T. Makeshkumar. 13. Nanotechnology based diagnostic kits for viral and allied diseases of plants/Duleep Kumar Samuel. V. Nano Insecticide for Insect Pest Cotrol: 14. IPM in horticulture/Vageeshbabu S. Hanur. 15. Nanoinsecticide/B. Padmanaban and K. Subaharan. 16. Pest management of root and tuber crops/Rajasekhara Rao Korada. 17. Novel nanocides for Indian industries/Samrat Roy Choudhury and Arunava Goswami. 18. Nanoparticles as smart treatment delivery system in oil palm/K. Suresh. VI. Nano formulations for nutritional studies and allelopathy: 19. Nanotechnology for plant productivity/Priyadarshini and Sandeep Arora. 20. Bionanotechnology in coconut/K. Devakumar. VII. Nanotechnology for post harvest management: 21. Nanotechnology for post-harvest management in citrus fruits/Lallan Ram, Dinesh Kumar and V.J. Shivankar. 22. Biodegradable nanocomposite materials for food packaging/A.N. Jyothi, M.S. Sajeev, G. Padmaja and S.K. Naskar. VIII. Nanodelivery system for nutraceuticals drugs and fertilizers: 23. Chitosan nanoparticle based delivery system for nutraceutical in Aquafeed/Subodh Gupta and Asim K. Pal. 24. Nanodelivery systems for nutraceuticals and drugs/G. Venkateshwarlu and Shamina Azeez. 25. Nano-fertilizers: a fertilizer to boost fertilizer use efficiency/Rajeev Kumar and Priyanka Pandey. 26. Nano fertilizer for smart delivery of nutrients/K.S. Subramanian and C. Sharmila Rahale. IX. Biosafety regulations and policy for nanotechnology research: 27. Biosafety regulations: challenges and critical control points in use of nanotechnology/Anil Kumar, Sanveen Kaur and Sandeep Arora. 28. Nano bio safety: big risks of small particles/Sandeep Arora, Deepesh Bhatt and Anil Kumar. 29. Knowledge creation and transformation process in a frontier technology: case study of nanotechnology research India./S. Bhattacharya, M. Bhati, A.P. Jayanthi and S.K. Malhotra. Glossary. Index. Nanotechnology is a broader term and used to describe various aspects of science and technology involved in the study, manipulation and control of individual atoms and molecules, to build machines on the scale of plant cells or create materials and products with nanoscale structures that enable novel applications. An attempt is made in this book to trace important consequences of the coming revolution in molecular nanotechnology, including consequences for the environment, agriculture, biosafety regulation disease diagnosis, medicine, warfare, pest control, industry society and life on earth. This book is a collection of 29 chapters written by researchers who are at the forefront of their field which ad. Seller Inventory # 111295

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V K Agarwal and S D Upadhyaya

Published by Satish Serial Pub (2006)

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About this Item: Satish Serial Pub, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. Foreword. 1. Aonla (Emblica officinalis gaerth)/A.B. Tiwari. 2. Bijasal (Pterocarpus marsupium roxb.)/S.D. Upadhyaya. 3. Sinduri (Bixa orellana Linn.)/Sharad Nema. 4. Nilgiri (eucalyptus spp.)/Aashutosh Sharma. 5. Arjun Koha (terminalia arjuna)/Ajay Khare. 6. Bahera (terminalia bellirica)/Ajay Khare. 7. Harad (terminalia chebula)/Ajay Khare. 8. Ratanjot (Jatropha curcas)/V.K. Gour. 9. Neem (Azadirachta indica A. juss)/Sharad Neema. 10. Mulahati (Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn)/A.S. Gontia. 11. Sarpaganda (rouvolfia serpentina)/A.B. Tiwari. 12. Guggal [commiphora wightii (arn) bhan]/Gyanendra Tiwari. 13. Sadabahar (catharanthus roseus)/A.S. Gontia. 14. Senna (cassia angustifolia vahl.)/Aashutosh Sharma. 15. Giloy (tinospora cardifolia (willd) miers ex H.K.F. Thomas)/S.K. Dwivedi. 16. Gurmar (Gymnema syslvestre (Retz.) R. Br. Ex. Schulters)/S.K. Dwivedi. 17. Satawar (Aspareagus racemosus willd.)/A.B. Tiwari. 18. Ashwagandha (withania somnifera (l.) Dunal)/Gyanendra Tiwari. 19. Brahmi [bacopa monnieri (L.)]/V.K. Sonakia. 20. Mandukparni [centella asiatica (L.)]/V.K. Sonakia. 21. Bach or sweet flag (acorus calamus L.)/S.K. Dwivedi. 22. Bhringraj [Eclipta alba (L.) Hassk]/S.K. Dwivedi. 23. Kalmegh (andographis paniculata)/V.K. Sonakia. 24. Safed Musli (chlorophytum borivillianum/Gyanendra Tiwari. 25. Tulsi (Ocimum spp.)/V.K. Agrawal. 26. Chandrasur [lepidium sativum (L.)]/R.S. Patel. 27. Mentha (Mentha spp.)/V.K. Agrawal. 28. Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin)/A.S. Gontia. 29. Kalihari [gloriosa superba (L.)]/A.B. Tiwari. 30. Isabgol (plantago ovata forsk)/R.S. Patel. 31. Stevia sweet herb (stevia rebaudiana)/V.K. Agrawal. 32. Ghrita Kumari (aloe vera)/V.K. Agrawal. 33. Lemon grass (cymbopogon flexuosus nees ex. Steud wats.)/S.D. Upadhyaya. 34. Khus [vetiveria zizaniodes (Linn) nat]/S.D. Upadhyaya. 35. Roses/A.C. Verma. 36. Marigold/A.C. Verma. 37. Tuberose (pollianthes tuberosa L)/A.C. Verma. 38. Agrotechnique and medicinal importance of sme common spices/Subrata Sharma. 39. Diseases management in cultivated medicinal and aromatic plants/B.N. Shukla. 40. Management of insect pests of medicinal and aromatic plants/O.P. Dubey. 41. Utilization of wastelands by cultivating medicinal plants under agroforestry system/S.D. Upadhyaya and Aashutosh Sharma. 42. Medicinal and aromatic plants for planting in culturable waste land and fallow lands/J.P. Tiwari. 43. Importance of seed germination and vigor testing/Sathrupa Rao. 44. Biochemical composition of medicinal and aromatic plants/V.K. Agrawal. 45. Post harvest technology of medicinal and aromatic plants/A. Upadhyay. 46. Importance of quality control of medicinal plants/Anubha Upadhyay. 47. Economics evaluation of medicinal plants/A.K. Sarawgi. 48. Marketing system of medicinal and aromatic plant products/Shailesh Choubey. 49. Insectisidal properties of medicinal plants/V.K. Agrawal. 50. Medicinal properties of weed flora associated with kharif and rabi season/Nisha Mehra. 51. Weeds a potential source of life saving drugs/N.T. Yaduraju V.S.G.R. Naidu and Archana Trivedi. 52. Issues and strategies involved in choosing medicinal plants for research and development/J.P. Tiwari. Annexures. This book is being published for those who are interested in growing processing and trading of medicinal plants as herbal drugs. The importance of medicinal plants in India has been increasingly recognized by agriculturalists and pharmaceuticals during past two decades. During the past decade demand for medicinal plants and its products has attracted the worldwide interest India being the treasure house of biodiversity accounts for 8000 species which are used in 10 000 herbal drugs. Ninety percent of herbal industry's requirement of raw material is taken out from the forests resulting in to the ruthless exploitation and destruction of its natural habitats. Thus to take pressure off from natural forest the medicinal plants have been brought under cultivation to enhance their conservation. Cultivation o. Seller Inventory # 59207

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B.P. Chamola,J. Singh,J.P. Tiwari,Rajni Gupta,T.N. Lakhanpal

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ISBN 10: 8131305414 ISBN 13: 9788131305416

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This volume contains wide ranging modern Topics on microbial biotechnology, applied Microbiology and microbial ecology. The authors have done a tremendous Job of synthesizing all the informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book has been aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of microbes involved in biotechnology, most dear to Professor Mukerji. Contents: Preface 1. Synnmukerjiomyces Thermophile a New Thermophilic Hyphomycete from India/K.R. Aneja and Raj Kumar 2. Biology of Delta-Endotoxins Produced by Bacillus Thuringiensis/Neema Agarwal, Y.P. Khanna, A. Selvapandiyan and R.K. Bhatnagar 3. Active Efflux - A Mechanism for Metal Ion Resistance in Bacteria/Sheela Srivastava, R. Choudhury and N. Joshi 4. Single-Cell Proteins/Inderjeet Singh Bakshi 5. Fungal Allelopathy - An Overview/Rajni Gupta 6. Involvement of Cellular Mechanisms in the Development of Drug Resistance in Bacteria/Kiran Singh, Protiti Bose and Mohd. Sarosh Khan 7. Microbial Enzymes for Detergent Application/R.K. Saxena, W. Sheba Davidson and Rani Gupta 8. Microbial Phytases in Food Biotechnology/Ashima Bali and T. Satyanarayana 9. Molecular Probes in Detection and Monitoring of Fluorescent Pseudomonads/Bhavdish N. Johri 10. Bacterial Thermostable Cellulase-Free Xylanases in Environment Friendly Paper Pulp Bleaching Technology/A. Archana and T. Satyanarayana 11. Aflatoxins : Knowing and Combating a Major Health Hazard/Chitreshwar Sen, Saswati Bardhan and B. Dasgupta 12. Protoplast Fusion for Improvement of Fungal Strains/Sumeet 13. Health Problems in Buildings - A Holistic Approach/Jagjit Singh and Douglas Oughton 14. Plant Pathogens and Microbial Products as Agents for Biological Weed Control/Robert E. Hoagland 15. Microbial Herbicides : Factors in Development/Surinder Kaur 16. Microwave Treatment and Other New Methods for Eradicating the Dry Rot Fungus (Serpula Lacrymans) Wulf. : Fr. (Schroet.)/Jorgen Bech-Andersen and Steen Andrew Elborne 17. Serpula Lacrymans, the Dry Rot Fungus : A Much Misunderstood Organism/John W. Palfreyman, Gordan A. Low, Christopher Westwood and Nia A. White 18. Microbial Technology in the Biocontrol of Post Harvest Diseases/N.K. Mehrotra and Neeta Sharma 19. Microbes in Biocontrol of Heavy Metal Pollution/S.K. Katiyar and R. Katiyar 20. Root Exudation and its Implication on Rhizosphere Mycoflora/Rupam Kapoor 21. Microbial Ecology of Plant Surfaces - Living and Conserved Materials/Anjula Pandey 22. Management of Soil Borne Pathogens Through Plants and their Products/M.N. Khare and H.K. Jharia 23. Interactions Between Soil Mycoflora and VA Mycorrhizal Fungi in Relation to Growth of Vigna Umbellata/Vandana Joshi 24. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Technology for the Future/C. Manoharachary 25. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Under Salinity and Drought Conditions/Bhoopander Giri and B.P. Chamola 26. Mineral Nutrition in VA Mycorrhizal Plants/P. Ramarao, C. Manoharachary and B. Bhadraiah 27. Mycorrhiza Under Stress Conditions/C.S. Singh 28. Mycorrhiza Aided Biological Hardening of in Vitro Raised Plantlets/Sudha, H. Kaur, A. Narula, Sanjeev Kumar, P.S. Srivastava and A. Varma 29. Nematophagous Fungi with Special Reference to Interaction with Nematodes/Geeta Saxena and Neelima Mittal 30. Head Smut of Paspalum Scrobiculatum L. : Transmission and Management/A.K. Jain and M.N. Khare 31. A Re-Appraisal of the Genus Morchella in India/T.N. Lakhanpal and O.S. Shad 32. The Laboulbeniomycetes : Developmental Patterns/Anupama Pathak Printed Pages: 620. Seller Inventory # 37611

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J P Tewari; T N Lakhanpal; Jagjit Singh; Rajni Gupta and B P Chamola

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Synnmukerjiomyces thermophile a new Thermophilic Hyphomycete from India/K.R. Aneja and Raj Kumar. 2. Biology of Delta Endotoxins produced by Bacillus thuringiensis/Neema Agarwal Y.P. Khanna A. Selvapandiyan and R.K. Bhatnagar. 3. Active efflux a mechanism for metal ion resistance in bacteria/Sheela Srivastava R. Choudhury and N. Joshi. 4. Single cell proteins/Inderjeet Singh Bakshi. 5. Fungal Allelopathy an overview/Rajni Gupta. 6. Involvement of cellular mechanisms in the development of drug resistance in bacteria/Kiran Singh Protiti Bose and Mohd. Sarosh Khan. 7. Microbial enzymes for detergent application/R.K. Saxena W. Sheba Davidson and Rani Gupta. 8. Microbial Phytases in food biotechnology/Ashima Bali and T. Satyanarayana. 9. Molecular probes in detection and monitoring of Fluorescent Pseudomonads/Bhavdish N. Johri. 10. Bacterial thermostable cellulase Free xylanases in environment friendly paper pulp bleaching technology/A. Archana and T. Satyanarayana. 11. Aflatoxins knowing and combating a major health hazard/Chitreshwar Sen Saswati Bardhan and B. Dasgupta. 12. Protoplast fusion for improvement of fungal strains/Sumeet. 13. Health problems in buildings a holistic approach/Jagjit Singh and Douglas Oughton. 14. Plant pathogens and microbial products as agents for biological weed control/Robert E. Hoagland. 15. Microbial herbicides factors in development/Surinder Kaur. 16. Microwave treatment and other new methods for eradicating the Dry Rot Fungus (Serpula lacrymans) Wulf. Fr. (Schroet.)/Jorgen Bech Andersen and Steen Andrew Elborne. 17. Serpula lacrymans the Dry Rot Fungus a much misunderstood organism/John W. Palfreyman Gordan A. Low Christopher Westwood and Nia A. White. 18. Microbial technology in the biocontrol of post harvest diseases/N.K. Mehrotra and Neeta Sharma. 19. Microbes in biocontrol of heavy metal pollution/S.K. Katiyar and R. Katiyar. 20. Root exudation and its implication on Rhizosphere Mycoflora/Rupam Kapoor. 21. Microbial ecology of plant surfaces living and conserved materials/Anjula Pandey. 22. Management of soil borne pathogens through plants and their products/M.N. Khare and H.K. Jharia. 23. Interactions between soil mycoflora and VA Mycorrhizal fungi in relation to growth of Vigna umbellata/Vandana Joshi. 24. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal technology for the future/C. Manoharachary. 25. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi under salinity and drought conditions/Bhoopander Giri and B.P. Chamola. 26. Mineral nutrition in VA Mycorrhizal plants/P. Ramarao C. Manoharachary and B. Bhadraiah. 27. Mycorrhiza under stress conditions/C.S. Singh. 28. Mycorrhiza aided biological hardening of in vitro raised plantlets/Sudha H. Kaur A. Narula Sanjeev Kumar P.S. Srivastava and A. Varma. 29. Nematophagous fungi with special reference to interaction with nematodes/Geeta Saxena and Neelima Mittal. 30. Head smut of Paspalum scrobiculatum L. Transmission and management/A.K. Jain and M.N. Khare. 31. A re appraisal of the Genus Morchella in India/T.N. Lakhanpal and O.S. Shad. 32. The Laboulbeniomycetes developmental patterns/Anupama Pathak. Index. This volume contains wide ranging modern topics on microbial biotechnology applied microbiology and microbial ecology. The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book has been aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of microbes involved in biotechnology most dear to Professor Mukerji. 568 pp. Seller Inventory # 73255

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J.N. Govil, Geetanjali Kaushik and Nitin Rai

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ISBN 10: 1933699248 ISBN 13: 9781933699240

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About this Item: Studium Press, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Role of medicinal herbs in treatment against Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus MRSA infections/Ben C.L. Chan, Margaret I.P., Clara B.S. Lau, Q.B. Han, Claude Jolivalt, Jean-Marc Paris, Neil E. Rainer Raymond, H. See, K.P. Fung and P.C. Leung. 2. Agrimonia antioxidative effects and perspectives for medicinal application/Joanna Kolodziejczyk Czepas, Marta Lewik Tsirigotis, Joanna Saluk, Izabela Pawlaczyk, Michal Bijak, Barbara Wachowicz and Roman Gancarz. 3. Syzygium malaccense: traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology/Faiyaz Ahmed. 4. Chemistry and pharmacology of Cassia cinnamon: a review/Feng Sui, Chun Li, Jian You Guo, Ming Gang Bi and Yun Peng Sui. 5. Therapeutic uses of Withania somnifera Ashwagandha/Ajay Pal, Bharat Bhushan and Farhath Khanum. 6. Medicinal uses of Lippia Sidoides Cham. Verbanaceae/Marco A. Botelho, Samela Gomes, Gisele B. Barros and Dinalva B. Queiroz. 7. Lagenaria siceraria Molina Standley-a natural multi therapeutic agent/B.N. Sinha, K. Jayaram Kumar and S.D. Kulkarni. 8. Chemical constituents and biological activities of Daphne Genus: an overview/Ipek Suntar, Esra Kupeli Akkol and Turhan Baykal. 9. Micropropagation of Olive: perspectives and new opportunities for versatile medicinal plant/Annarita Leva, Laura M.R. Rinaldi and Diego Leva. 10. Preliminary investigation on the antimicrobial activity of crude Saponins extract in Pearl Millet (Pennisetum glaucum)/K.O. Soetan and M.A. Oyekunle. 11. Comparative study of essential oils from two endemic Calligonum species from Tunisian Desert/Adel Dhief. 12. Oils from Raphia species of Congo basin: composition biodiversity and quality/Silou Thomas, Goteni Seraphin, Makondzo Mondako Clementine, Kinkela Therese, Mampouya David, Malumba Mukaya Augustin and Kabele Ngiefu Christophe. 13. Chemical constituents, biosynthesis and Therapeutic applications of Chaulmoogra oil/Virendra Singh Rana. 14. Polyherbal drugs as radioprotective agents: present status and future directions/Manjeshwar Shrinath Baliga, Anatappa Govindaraju Rajeev, Princy Louis Palatty and Rajesh Arora. 15. Development and validation of an HPTLC method for estimation of 6-Gingerol in extracts and formulations/Farida Begum, Mohammed Shamim Ahmed, J.N. Narendra Sharath Chandra, Faiyaz Ahmed and Salma Khanam. 16. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of sea weeds a mini review/R. Sakthivel, S. Karutha Pandian and K. Pandima Devi. 17. Plant derived aphrodisiacs an overview/Shelvi Agarwal and Rajeev Kumar Sharma. 18. Medicinal plants used in the practice of Tibetan medicine/Tenzin Choedon and Vijay Kumar. Subject Index. Medicinal plants play an important role in alleviating human ailments. The importance of plant based medicine which indeed waxed and waned during the last three centuries has now found its resurgence by the close of last century. This resurgence of interest in plant based medicine has created an interest in relevant scientific literature pertaining to phytochemistry, pharmacology and therapeutic uses. In this volume, a comprehensive account of morphology, Phytochemical constituents, traditional uses and pharmacological activities are included in view of many recent findings of importance on Agrimonia, Calligonum sp. Cassia cinnamon, Daphne, Hydnocarpus sp., Lagenaria siceraria, Lippia sidoides cham, Olea europaea, Pennisetum glaucum, Raphia sp., Seaweeds, syzygium malaccense, terminalia chebula, Withania somnifera, zingiber officinale, etc. Their biological activities in relation to pharmacology have been presented in different chapters. Other chapters also include biological activities like antimicrobials anti inflammation, antioxidant, anticancer, immunomodulation, cardioprotective, anticholestrol, astringent, purgative, diuretic, skin ailmetns, etc. Its contributors are from 12 countries namely Brazil, Canada, China, France, Hongkong, India, Italy, Nigeria, North Africa, Poland, Republic of Congo and Turkey. With the development of antimicr. Seller Inventory # 109167

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P C Jain and M C Bhargava

Published by New India (2007)

ISBN 10: 8189422324 ISBN 13: 9788189422325

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About this Item: New India, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword/S.L. Mehta. Forword/S.N. Puri. Preface. 1. History of integrated pest management/R.S. Jaglan and Ram Singh. 2. Sampling surveillance and forecasting of pests/R.K. Saini and P.R. Yadav. 3. Emerging pest problems in India and critical issues in their management/Paras Nath. 4. Role of insect resistant varieties in integrated pest management/A.K. Chakravarthy and D. Rajagopal. 5. Ecological perspective of pest management/Rakesh Gupta and Ajay Sharma. 6. Recent advancements in pest management biotechnology the need of hour/O.P. Dubey and O.P. Sharma. 7. Genetic engineering of plants for insect resistance/M.C. Bhargava R.K. Choudhary and P.C. Jain. 8. Pesticides contamination and estimation of residues/V.S. Kavadia. 9. Role of parasitoids and predators in integrated pest management/Abraham Verghese and D.K. Nagaraju. 10. Semiochemicals as potential tools in pest management/Ashok Kumar and N.K. Bajpai. 11. Utility of light trap in integrated pest management/S.M. Vaishampayan. 12. Insecticide resistance in IPM/Chitra Srivastava and Berin Pathrose. 13. Pest management in cereals/Prem Kishore and R.K. Sharma. 14. Integrated pest management in rice/H.P. Misra and B.C. Jena. 15. Integrated pest management in cotton/S.A. Nimbalkar. 16. Integrated pest management in seed spices/P.C. Jain M.C. Bhargava and R.K. Choudhary. 17. Recent advances in management of insect pests of fruit crops/D.R. Shrama and R.C. Batra. 18. Integrated pest management in vegetable crops/T.M. Shivalingaswamy and S. Satpathy. 19. Integrated pest management in potato/R.S Chandel K.R. Dhiman V.K. Chandla and Vinod Kumar. 20. Integrated insect pest management in rapeseed and mustard/G.C. Sachan and J.P. Purwar. 21. Advances in management of stored grain pests/M.C. Bhargava R.K. Chaudhary and P.C. Jain. 22. Role of predatory mites in IPM of phytophagus mites/Ashok Sharma and V.K. Agarwal. 23. Integrated pest management of Phytophagous mite/M.s Dhooria and Manmeet B. Bhullar. 24. Biodiversity of leafhoppers (Hemiptera Cicadellidae) of the Indian sub continent/C.A. Viraktamath. 25. Role of honey bees in crop pollination/H.D. Kaushik. R.S. Jana and R.S. Jaglan. 26. Integrated management of soil insects/N.G. Kumar. Author index. The book gives a vast knowledge about the progress made in India on different entomological aspects. The book will serve as a complete source book on research techniques and practices of pest management advanced genetic and biotechnological researches new pest management technologies on different crops pesticidal contamination status in environment. The book has been written for teachers students researchers and extension workers engaged in pest management strategies. Key features Scientists and researchers form IARI IIHR IIVR PAU NBPGR CPRI and various of RRS's of IARI NBPGR and ICAR research complex for Eastern and NEH regions have contributed their research papers. Articles on history sampling surveillance and forecasting of pests emerging pest problems and critical issues in their management. Ecological biotechnological genetic engineering and semiochemicals perspectives in IPM have been covered in the book. Topics like pest management in cereals rice cotton seed spices fruit and vegetable crops potato rapeseed and mustard stored grain pests and soil adds to the importance and utility of the book. The book will prove as a complete handbook of entomology as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers but will also play a vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of pest management. 536 pp. Seller Inventory # 61915

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Sanjai K Dwivedi; T Parimelazhagan; Shashi Bala Singh and Z Ahmed

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ISBN 10: 8189304607 ISBN 13: 9788189304607

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About this Item: Satish Serial Pub House, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword. Preface. List of contributors. 1. Botany of seabuckthorn/O.P. Chaurasia Basant Ballabh and Zakwan Ahmed. 2. Morphology and anatomy of Seabuckthorn/Ranjit Singh S.N. Mishra Sanjai K. Dwivedi and Zakwan Ahmed. 3. Seabuckthorn in Ladakh/Sanjai K. Dwivedi T. Stobdan and Shashi Bala Singh. 4. Seabuckthorn in Himachal Pradesh/Virendra Singh. 5. I. Seabuckthorn in Uttarakhand/V.K. Yadav S.K. Sharma V.K. Sah V.K. Rao and Rohit Bisht. II. Seabuckthorn in Uttarakhand/H.B. Naithani and N.S. Bist. 6. Seabuckthorn in Sikkim Himalayas/B.C. Basistha. 7. Seabuckthorn in SOWA RIGPA (Tibetan Medicine)/Padma Gurmet. 8. Seabuckthorn for food and health/Farhath Khanum and A.S. Bawa. 9. Nutritive value of fruits of seabuckthorn/Deepa H. Dwivedi and Sanjai K. Dwivedi. 10. Fodder values of seabuckthorn/V.K. Sharma J.S. Chauhan and Desy Rani. 11. Phytochemical investigation on Indian seabuckthorn/K.P. Suja K.S. Pradeep Kumar and A. Banerji. 12. Process for extraction oil and juice from seabuckthorn/V.V. Venugopalan A. Ranjith K. Sarinkumar and C. Arumughan. 13. Bioactive substances and therapeutic uses of Seabuckthorn/T. Parimelazhagan O.P. Chaurasia and Zakwan Ahmed. 14. Mechanical harvesting of fruits of Seabuckthorn/Gautam Biswas Sanjai K. Dwivedi Sanjeev Sagar and T. Stobdan. 15. Frankia Actinomycete symbiont of seabuckthorn/T. Stobdan Sanjai K. Dwivedi and Zakwan Ahmed. 16. Seabuckthorn community structure Frankia diversity and nitrogen fixation in the zones of North Sikkim/Bipin Kumar Sharma Hridip Kumar Sharma A.K. Shukla and S.C. Tiwari. 17. I. Neuro chemical and neuro psychophysiological modulation by Seabuckthorn with special reference to Senile Dementia of Alzheimer type and Parkinson's disease/Aruna Agrawal G. Victor Rajamanickam and G.P. Dubey. II. Modulation of scholastic performance of protein energy malnourished (PEM) Children by seabuckthorn/Abhilasha Sharma Aruna Agarwal G. Victor Rajamanickam and G.P. Dubey. III. Seabuckthorn as an immunomodulatory agent with reference to age related immuno senescence/Aruna Agarwal Sushma Tiwari G.Victor Rajamanickam and G.P. Dubey. IV. Parkinson disease and role of seabuckthorn/Aruna Agarwal Sushma Tiwari G.Victor Rajamanickam and G.P. Dubey. V. Antioxidant effect of seabuckthorn/Aruna Agarwal Sushma Tiwari G.Victor Rajamanickam and G.P. Dubey. 18. Conservation of genetic resources of seabuckthorn/Sandhya Gupta and Sanjai K. Dwivedi. 19. Exploring seabuckthorn genome using molecular tools/R. Ghangal S. Raghuvanshi and P.C. Sharma. Index. About the editors. Seabuckthorn (Hippophae species) is a miraculous plant of the cold arid Himalayan region. It is also found growing naturally in various countries of Asia Europe and America. Almost every part of the plant particularly fruits and leaves are a rich source of vitamins and other bioactive substances like carotenoids flavonoids and sterols etc. which provide it rich nutritional and medicinal properties. The fruit pulp and seed contains valuable oil which is used in preparation of various health foods cosmetics and medicines. Recently it has attracted attention of researchers industrialists and ecologists alike for its multipurpose value. The principle aim of this book is to provide scientific information on seabuckthorn. This edited book covers most of the aspects such as distribution botany genetic diversity properties/ phytochemistry propagation cultivation harvesting conservation and utilization etc. of seabuckthorn. The book includes 19 chapters contributed by 47 experts belonging to 23 different institutions. The chapters have been critically reviewed by eminent experts in the field. The present compilation would be extremely useful for the scientists academicians industrialist environmentalists and people associated with ethnobotany traditional medical systems and natural products. 392 pp. Seller Inventory # 72259

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Satish C Tripathi; S K Tandon and A R Bhattacharya

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ISBN 10: 8189304666 ISBN 13: 9788189304669

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About this Item: Satish Serial Pub House, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Lateral zonation around Archean nucleus of the Dharwar Craton India its deformation segmentation and subsequent breakup/O.P. Pandey and P.K. Agrawal. 2. Granite series evaluation of early Ordovician Kyrdem granitoids and enclaves Meghalaya plateau Northeast India implication on Oxidation condition of interacting Mafic Felsic Magma system/Santosh Kumar and Kh. Mohon Singh. 3. Basement rocks of the Kumaun Garhwal Himalaya implications for Himalayan tectonics/A.R. Bhattacharya. 4. Some observations on the thrust geometry of the Siwalik rocks of the outer Himalaya India/A.R. Bhattacharya and K.K. Agarwal. 5. Fluvial Palaeohydrological studies in Western India a synthesis/Alpa Sridhar. 6. Small scale deformational structures as significant shear sense indicator an example from Almora crystalline zone Kumaun lesser Himalaya/K.K. Agarwal and R. Bali. 7. Climate change and its future impact on the Indo Gangetic Plain (IGP)/H.S. Saini. 8. Speleothems from the Himalaya and the Monsoon a preliminary study/V.C. Tewari. 9. Sediment characteristics and heavy mineral in distribution Tamiraparani estuary and off Tuticorin Tamil Nadu SEM studies/M. Suresh Gandhi A. Solai K. Chandrasekaran and V. Rammohan. 10. New trends in Gondwana palaeobotany/A.K. Srivastava. 11. Brissid echinoid Eupatagus L. Agassiz 1847 from the Khuiala formation Jaisalmer district Rajasthan India/D.K. Srivastava and Hukam Singh. 12. Recently studied sedimentary records from the Eastern Arabian Sea implications to Holocene Monsoonal variability/Rajesh Agnihotri and Siby Kurian. 13. Marine 14C reservoir age and Suess effect in the Indian Ocean/Koushik Dutta. 14. Variation in Erythemal UV dose for Indian cities as observed from global ozone monitoring experiment data/Nandita D. Ganguly. 15. Chemical characteristics of water soluble components of fine particulate matter PM25 at Delhi India/Suresh Tiwari Manoj K. Srivastava and Deewan S. Bisht. 16. Cosmic rays and earth's atmospheric processes a review/Devendraa Singh. 17. Use of interactions between NAO and MJO for the prediction of dry and wet spell in Monsoon season/S.S. Dugam. 18. Geothermal energy resources and its potential in India/P.N. Razdan R.K. Agarwal and Rajan Singh. 19. SFARF software for classification of Fourier shape of the fold around Tamadhaun district Almora Uttarakhand/H. Thomas S. Sujata and A. Chandel. The Advances in Earth Sciences is an annual book series consisting selected technical papers of the quarterly e Journal Earth Science India volume I 2008. The Earth Science India (ESI) was launched during the international year of planet earth (2008) with a view to enhance communication between earth scientists of India and their peers from other parts of the world. The book series encompasses research/review papers addressed to all the domains of earth sciences geology geophysics atmospheric and environmental sciences and thus providing a common platform to enhance multidisciplinary researches. It is a publication of The Society of Earth Scientists (SES). 403 pp. Seller Inventory # 75068

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Involving rural youths in farming: a suggested roadmap/P.P Pal, A.K Singh and H.K De. 2. Role of youth in family farming/Vijay Kumar, Jyoti Manjusha, Ranjana Sachan and Y.K Verma. 3. Role and aspirations of youth in family farming/M. Bhavya Manjari. 4. Role and aspiration of rural youth in family farming/Akanchha Singh. 5. Exploring youth aspirations for agriculture/A.S. Tigga. 6. youth involvement in family farming/Sneha Singh, Raghuveer Singh Meena and O.P. Mishra. 7. Rural youth: the future of family farming/Mukesh Kumar, Aparna Radhakrishanan and Minu Singh. 8. Role, challenges and opportunities for agricultural youths in family farming/Sarvesh Kumar and B K Mandal. 9. Challenges faced by rural youth in choice of career in agriculture/Renu Gangwar and V.L.V. Kameswari. 10. Problems of rural youth in family farming: challenges and mitigation strategies/O.P. Mishra. 11. Assessment of DSR and MTR as a source of livelihood for rural youths in Northern Bihar/Ram Pal and Devendra Mandal. 12. Exploring awareness among NREGA beneficiaries under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005/A.S. Tigga. 13. Economic opportunities for youth in farming that provide alternative to migration in urban areas/S.K. Sinha. 14. Rural youth migration and measures to combat it efficiently through agriculture/Rekha Balodi, Lajja Vati, Sunaina Bisht and Abhijeet Ghatak. 15. The falling farm hands for indian agriculture: understanding the brain drain of rural youth from agriculture farming to non-agricultural sectors/Punit Kumar Agarwal, Pushpa and Smita Sirohi. 16. Migration check among the rural labourers through NREGA./ A.S. Tigga. 17. Economic opportunities for rural youth in farming: exploring the alternatives for migration to urban areas/Mahesh Chander, Hari R and Prakash, Kumar Rathod. 18. Income generating activities for youth in farming under rural development programmes/Gopika M.H, Preethi and Kowsalya K.S. 19. Engaging youth in agriculture - a key to food security/Niketha L, Bagish Kumar, Minu Singh and Sanjeev Kumar. 20. The ways to make family farming look charming with the involvement of youth/S. Jegan Karuppiah and Arokia Marry Eddolin. . Family farming is the predominant form of agriculture in the food production sectors in both developing and developed countries. It mainly includes all family-based agricultural activities, and it is linked to several areas of rural and social development. It is understood as a means of organizing agricultural, forestry, fisheries, pastoral and aquaculture production which is managed and operated by a family and increasingly reliant on family labour of both men and women. In developing countries like India, a number of factors are key for the successful development of family farming, such as: agro-ecological conditions and territorial characteristics; access to markets; policy environment; access to land and natural resources; access to technology and extension services; access to finance; demographic, economic and socio-cultural conditions; availability of specialized education among a few. The United Nations has designated the year 2014 as the International Year of Family Farming at the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly recognizing the increasing role of family farming in poverty alleviation and rural development in particular. The content of the book offers a diverse selection of chapters that address issues of importance to those in the agriculture industry, researchers, faculty and others. Seller Inventory # 114185

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