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Hemant Rawat

ISBN 10: 8187818948 ISBN 13: 9788187818946

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About this Item: 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. 319 ISBN: 9788187818946, NA Language: English. Seller Inventory # OLDSELF429

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Rawat, Hemant

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Mamta Rawat,Sumit Dookia

Published by Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd. (2012)

ISBN 10: 8170357896 ISBN 13: 9788170357896

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book ?Biodiversity of Aquatic Resources? is an anthology of current original research in the field of aquatic biodiversity, wetland ecology and the applied aspects with reference to aquatic resources across the country. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advancement and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a sole omnibus of 20 chapters which discusses studies on different aspects like fisheries, diatoms, vermicomposting, bacteriology, macrophytes, rotifers, issues related to water like monitoring, water resources and stress, molassess, mangrove vegetation, avifauna and other aspects respectively contributed by eminent scientist, researchers and academicians active in the respective areas. Broadly the book is divided into five sections; including various issues of aquatic regime like, aquatic ecology, conservation and management approaches, pollution, and issues on water resources. The publication also throws light on the challenges aquatic regime is facing in overall country, with the hope that it will not only be helpful to students and researchers but also to policy makers, environmental lawyers and the rest. It may form the basis for initiating conservation measures for securing the long term future of aquatic biodiversity. We hope that the policy makers, advisors and government officials will rise to the challenge and use this document to further make progress to conserve our aquatic biodiversity. Contents: Part I-Ecology of Lentic and Lotic Environment Chapter 1: Ecological Studies of Holy Pond Papnesh, Bidar, Karnataka by N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima Chapter 2: Diatoms Flora: An Important Bioresource of the Central Highland Rivers, India by Jyoti Verma and Prakash Nautiyal Chapter 3: Distribution Pattern and Present Scenario of Mangroves and Associated Flora of Andhra Pradesh by G.M. Narasimha Rao Chapter 4: Analysis of Growth Forms of the Macrophytes in Kharungpat Lake Manipur, North-East India by K. Khelchandra Singh, B. Manihar Sharma and Khuraijam Usha Chapter 5: Phytosociological Studies of the Aquatic Macrophytes in Poiroupat Lake, Manipur (North-East India) by Kh. Usha, B. Manihar Sharma and K. Khelchandra Singh Chapter 6: Assessment of Environmental Flow Requirements of Tungabhadra River Basin by S. Srikantaswamy and B.K. Harish Kumara Chapter 7: Aquatic Biodiversity of Rana Pratap Sagar Lake, Rajasthan by P.C. Verma, L.L. Sharma and A.G. Hegde Chapter 8: Rotifers of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by S.V.A. Chandrasekhar Chapter 9: Fish Diversity in the Pairy River of Mahanadi River System in the Chhattisgarh by S. Singh, Om Prakesh, H.K. Vardia and M.C. Chari Chapter 10: Icthyo-faunal Diversity in Hussainsagar Lake, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India by S. Anitha Kumari and N. Sree Ram Kumar Chapter 11: Avifauna of Kole Wetlands: Species Diversity and Abundance Distribution Patterns by C. Sivaperuman and E.A. Jayson Chapter 12: Importance of Aquatic Avifauna in Southern Rajasthan, India by Sarita Mehra, Satya Prakash Mehra and Krishan Kumar Sharma Part II-Pollution: Monitoring and Management Chapter 13: Monitoring of Yamuna River Water for Assessing its Fitness in Supporting Aquatic Biota 187 by Shalu Mittal, Sangeet Prabha and P.K. Agarwal Chapter 14: Health Hazards of Contaminated Underground Drinking Water at Moradabad, India: A Survey Work by D.K. Sinha and Navneet Kumar Chapter 15: Microbiological Study of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra, India by Pawar Vijaykumar Bhikusing. Part III-Water Resources and Other Issues Chapter 16: Water Resources of India: A Review by Pankaj Gupta Chapter 17: Water Stress and Economic Considerations by M.A. Khan and Hemant Mangal Chapter 18: Regrowth and Survival of Bacterial Pathogens on the Surfaces of Household Containers Used for the Storage of Drinking Water in Rural Supply of Western Rajasthan by Mamt Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 77594

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Hemant Rawat

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About this Item: Lakshay Pub, 2011. Contents 1 Teaching science -- introductory 2 Science in school curriculum 3 Methods of teaching science 4 Science content and students interests 5 Developing science activities for students and teachers 6 Concept and development of scientific methods 7 Interpretive research in science education 8 Aims of teaching science -- a comparative studyTechnology is often equated to applied science and its domain is generally thought to include mechanical electrical optical and electronic devices and instruments the household and commercial gadgets applications of chemical biological nuclear sciences and computer and telecommunication technologies These various sub-domains of technology are of course interrelated Viewing technology especially modern technology as applied science is therefore not wrong Much of technology that we see around is indeed informed by the basic principles of scienceThe present book entitled Teaching of Science discusses all the aspects of teaching science at school level as well as senior level The text are arranged in a lucid form and written in a simple colloquial English language 314 pp. Seller Inventory # 87977

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About this Item: Lakshay Publication, 2011. Contents 1 Concept of education-meaning and objectives 2 Educational administration 3 Emerging challenges in education 4 Education and modernization 5 Current trends in education 6 Value education 7 Elementary education 8 Teaching methods-meaning and scope 9 Education for sustainable development 10 Higher education 11 Education for democracy 12 Educational management Education is the process of development which consists of the passage of the human being from infancy to maturity and the process whereby he adapts himself gradually in various ways to his physical social and spiritual environment But even in this social process the child needs support and freedom from an economic pressure and that is why education requires long period of social as well as biological infancy when the young would live off the labour of others and be released from self supportThe present book entitled Education a Key to Development discusses all the aspects of Education The text are arranged in a lucid form and written in a simple colloquial English language 308 pp. Seller Inventory # 87986

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About this Item: Lakshay Publication, 2011. Contents 1 Basic Aspects of Management 2 Principles of Organization 3 Theories of Organization 4 The Role of Planning in Effective Management 5 Process of Planning in Organizations 6 Decision-Making 7 Staffing Management of Human Resources 8 Employee Training and Executive Development 9 Communication 10 Leadership 11 Co-ordination Management is a dynamic life giving element in every organisation It provide dynamic force that is necessary to convert disorganized resources of men machines materials money into a productive organisation Management in all business areas and organizational activities are the acts of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives efficiently and effectivelyThe present book entitled Management-Principles and Analysis discusses all the aspects of Management Principles The text are arranged in a lucid form and written in a simple colloquial English language It is hoped that the present book will be useful for the students and teachers of BEd MEd PTT etc Jacket 280 pp. Seller Inventory # 87989

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About this Item: Lakshay Publication, 2011. Contents 1 Scenario of women education in India 2 Girls education and development 3 Girls education a world bank priority 4 Girls and womens education--gender equity 5 Education and career opportunities for women 6 Womens education status in Asia 7 Women in higher education 8 Gender gap and education 9 Empowerment of women and quality of life Education will be used as agent of basic change in the status of women In order to neutralise the accumulated distortions of the past there will be a well conceived edge in favour of women The national education system will play a positive interventionist role in the empowerment of womenThe present book entitled Women and Education discusses all the aspects of Womens Education The text are arranged in a lucid form and written in a simple colloquial English language jacket 305 pp. Seller Inventory # 87990

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About this Item: Lakshay Publication, 2011. Contents 1 Dalit and backward women--an introduction 2 Theology of Dalits 3 Dalits rights to equality 4 Rural Dalits a comprehensive study 5 Plight of rural Dalit women in India a sociological analysis 6 Status of Dalits in India 7 Indian social system and Dalits 8 Scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in India 9 Indian Dalits and black Americans the black untouchables 10 Exploitation of Dalits in India 11 Dalit movement in India the role of Dr B R Ambedkar 12 Harijans in India 13 Dalits--social scenario Dalit is a self-designation for a group of people traditionally regarded as of lower class and unsuitable for making personal relationships Dalits are a mixed population of numerous caste groups all over South Asia and speak various languages The present book entitled Dalit and Backward Women discusses all the aspects of Dalit and backward women The text are arranged in a lucid form and written in a simple colloquial English language jacket 320 pp. Seller Inventory # 87991

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Hemant Rawat

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About this Item: Oxford Book Company, 2008. Contents 1 Plant and The Ncw Regimes 2 Agro Food Studies 3 Evolving Policies of Biotechnology 4 The Alternative Agriculture 5 Modern Science of Agriculture 6 Green Revolution 7 Plant Biotechnology 21st Century 8 Importance of Plant biotechnology 9 Future of Plant Biotechnology This book is the study of techniques methods and processes that are adopted and applied to plants generally for genetic manipulation for attaining plant varieties with advantageous characteristics that have greater utility in industrial agricultural chemicals pharmaceuticals and other purposeThe present book is a unique concise up to date resource offering readm an innovative and valuable presentation of plant biotechnology It covers all fundamental aspects and applications of plant biotechnology It outlines the relevance of plant biotechnology to agriculture and the importance of regulatory and bio safety issues before public acceptamce of genetically modified foodIt also addresses the benefits and risks as well as economic and intellectual property right implications of transgenic research The book will be valuable to researchers biologists scientists and advanced students of botany agriculture pharmacy biotechnology and chemical engineering 285 pp. Seller Inventory # 94652

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About this Item: Oxford Book Company, 2008. The growing awareness of environmental problems provided the stimulus for biotechnology to address many aspectss of the relationship between biotechnology and the cnvironrnent The chapters are mainly devoted to the contribution of biotechnology in solving environmental problems including biological waste water treatment utilization of municipal sewage sludge detoxification of polluted soil and complex utilization of lignocellulosic wastesThere is an examination of possible dangers in such cases as the release of r DNA organisms into the environment The relationship of biotechnology and energy eg biogas landfill gas fuel photosynthetic systems for fuel production is also disussed Biotechnology is the umbrella tenn that covers various techniques ti restore ecological balanceIt stands on the understanding of molecular basis of cell functions and our ability to alter cell functions to produce products required by the society It also helps to degrade the wastes The book os well written in concise illustrative and innovative style making it easy for an average reader to be able to understand and enjoy it 310 pp. Seller Inventory # 94708

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Hemant Rawat

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About this Item: Oxford Book Company, 2008. Contents 1 Biotechnology and its Origins 2 Biotechnology and its Development 3 Biotechnology in Developing Countries 4 Biodivesity and Biotechnology 5 Computing and Biotechnology 6 Bioprospecting 7 Compeitivcness in Biotechnology 8 Biotechnology in Communication 9 Biotechnology Assessment 10 Industrial Biotechnology 11 Biotechnology and international Trade The book ATextbook of Biotechnology attempts to understand the complex and important relationship between biotechnology and the worlds biological resources The issue of the rapid erosion of the worlds environment and biological resources became popularized during the 1 970s and 1 980sIn sharp contrast biotechnologists generally do not agree with this version of the story They argue that their use of biological resources has proved to be beneficial for all human beings and that their use of biological material has not been a contributing factor to the large-scale depletion that we are witnessing at present The work that has been done until now largely reflects this divisionMost discussions of biotechnology examine id development in isolation of this debate as do discussions of biodiversity depletion and conservation In presenting this debate this book attempts to examine the development of biotechnology within the context of this debate for the simple reason that unless one can understand the technology within the larger debate it is going to be much harder to understand the necessity of and how to conserve the worlds biodiversity whileeasing access to it by biotechnologists 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 94704

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Published by Oxford Book Company (2008)

ISBN 10: 8189473271 ISBN 13: 9788189473273

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About this Item: Oxford Book Company, 2008. Contents A Preface 1 Introduction 2 Biotechnology and its Origins 3 Biotechnology and its Development 4 Biotechnology in Developing Countries 5 Biodiversity and Biotechnology 6 Computing and Biotechnology 7 Bioprospecting 8 Competitiveness in Biotechnology 9 Biotechnology in Communication 10 Biotechnology Assessment 11 Industrial Biotechnology 12 Biotechnology and International Trade B IndexThis book attempts to explain the complex and important relationship between biotechnology and the worlds biological resources The issue of the rapid erosion of the worlds environment and biological resources became popularized during the 1970s and 1980sIn sharp contrast biotechnologists generally do not agree with this version of the story They argue that their use of biological resources has proved to be beneficial for all human beings and that their use of biological material has not been a contributing factor to the large-scale depletion that we are witnessing at present The work that has been done until now largely reflects this divisionMost discussions of biotechnology examine its development in isolation of this debate as do discussions of biodiversity depletion and conservation In presenting this debate this book attempts to examine the development of biotechnology within the context of this debate for the simple reason that unless one can understand the technology within the larger perspective it is going to be much harder to understand the necessity of and how to conserve the worlds biodiversity while easing access to it by biotechnologists 292 pp. Seller Inventory # 94712

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edited by Surinder Kumar and Fahimuddin

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ISBN 10: 8131608840 ISBN 13: 9788131608845

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About this Item: Rawat Publication, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. Challenges Before Social Sciences: 1. How to Do Social Science Research?/Amit Bhaduri. 2. Democracy, Development and Subaltern: Radical Agrarian Movement in Bihar/B.N. Prasad. II. The State Market and Globalization: 3. Globalization and the Indian Capital Market/Bhavya Maheshwari and Gangotri Mishra. 4. Livelihood Issues and Inequality among Dalits in the Era of Globalization/Virendra B. Shahare. III. Group Inequalities and Marginalization: 5. Private Unaided School, Elite Spaces and Disadvantaged Children: How Inclusive is the RTE Act, 2009?/Khushbu R. Gupta. 6. Cost and Pricing of Higher Education: Emerging Concerns for Equity and Affordability/Binay Kumar Pathak. 7. Inequalities in Participation in Higher Education in India: Role of Household Characteristics/Nivedita Sarkar. 8. Transitions in Livelihoods: Long-Term Study of a Slum in East Delhi/Devesh Vijay. IV. Environment: The Regional Context: 9. A Losing Battle with Development and Human Indifference: A Case of Gomti River in Lucknow/Archana Pandey. 10. Governing the Forest Resources: A Case Study of Uttarakhand/Rukmani. 11. Emerging Environmental Security Threats to the Maritime Security in the Indian Ocean Region: Challenges and Responses/Pragya Pandey. V. Urbanization, Migration and Informal Sector: 12. Urbanization and Slum Dwellers: A Study of NGOs in Delhi’s Slum/Sujeet Kumar. 13. Decision of Migration: A Case Sudy of Students from Bihar Enrolled in University of Delhi/Sumit Kumar. VI. Public Policies and Institutional Change: 14. Dimensions of Urban Female Educational Status and its Linkages in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Akram Hannan. 15. Gender Disparity in Literacy in India: Reflections from Census Data/Hemant Kumar Varshney. 16. Benefit Incidence Analysis of Public Spending on Education in India/Anuneeta Mitra. 17. Participation of Mahadalit Students in Higher Education: A Case Study in Gaya District of Bihar/Amardeep Kumar. 18. Child Nutrition in National Food Security Bill (2013): Some Evidences/Shraddha Srivastava. 19. Progressive Horizontal and Vertical Equity in Healthcare Financing in India/Swadhin Mondal. VII. Democracy and Representation: 20. Democracy and Pluralism: Immigrant Incorporation and Citizenship/Diksha Jha. 21. New Media in India: An Overview of Internet and Mobile Technologies/Sandeep Bhatt. 22. Minorities within Autonomous Areas/Karabi Chetia. VIII. Gender, Culture and Power: 23. Women, Power and Culture/Ranjana Upadhyay. 24. Enabling Women Entrepreneurs through MSMEs: A Road Map for their Economic Empowerment/Sunita Sangar. Emerging global market economy created by finance capital and technological revolution accelerated economic growth process followed by economic and financial crisis in various countries the world over. The development process has led to widening of interregional and interpersonal socio-economic disparities and marginalization, also threatening environmental sustainability of the growth process. Fast changes in the political and social institutions which accompanied the growth trajectory led to emergence of new challenges of political representation and social relations in terms of gender and culture with shifting power relations. This collection of papers provides new insights into methodological innovations required to grapple with emerging socio-economic issues in the era of globalization. Selected papers have been grouped into eight thematic sections with porous boundaries in an interdisciplinary framework. It is expected that issues raised and methodological innovations will help young researchers comprehend much needed new art of doing research on issues emerging in the society. It will be immensely useful to the policy makers in decision making. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 122039

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Manjula Chaudhary; K K Kamra; S S Boora; Ravi Bhushan Kumar; Mohinder Chand and R H Taxak

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Tourism development 1. The challenges of EU integration for tourism development The hungarian perspective/Tamara Ratz and Laszlo Puczko. 2. Perception of selected dimension of ecotourism A comparative study of tourists and locals in Amphawa community Samutsongkram province/Panrawee Na Lamphoon and Adarsh Batra. 3. Active tourism in Hungary local development patterns in a global market/Tamara Ratz and Istvan Vizi. 4. Development of Eco friendly tourism in the Roopkund area of Nanda Devi biosphere reserve of Garhwal Himalaya (Uttaranchal) India/Laxmi Rawat H.B. Vashistha and Deepak Kholiya. 5. Promotion of ecotourism in Kujapuri Hills of Garhwal Himalaya/Megha Rawat H.B. Vasistha and Mridula Negi. 6. Pilgrimage tourism in Kashmir A case study of Amarnath Yatra/S.K. Gupta Reyaz Ahmed Qurashi and Poonam Gupta. 7. The appraisal of job training programmes in Indian tourism education/Mohit Vij and Surender Pal Singh. 8. A critical comparative analysis of constraints of the development of tourism in India/Virendra Thakore. 9. New trends in tourism in India/Vinay Goyal Khurania. II. Tourism Impacts 10. Beach tourism impacts the case of beachfront developments at Kovalam/M.R. Dileep.11. Impact of tourism industry on environment/S. Hussain Ashraf. 12. Impact of high occupancies on waste management a concern for hotel housekeepers/Mohinder Chand Ashish Dahiya and Lata S Patil. 13. GATS and Trade in tourism services implications for India/Manjula Chaudhary. 14. Environmental impacts of tourism Global perspective/Vinay Chauhan and Suvidha Khanna. III. Strategies and sustainability 15. Towards sustainable approach to culture tourism relationship the issues in question/S.S. Boora. 16. Rural tourism best solution for environment preservation and rural development/Ravi Bhushan Kumar. 17. Tourism policy in a unique supranational context strategies and organizational structure of tourism development of the European Union/Emese Panyik Carlos Costa. 18. Anticipation of heritage via local community participation case study of Orchha (India)/Devesh Nigam and Vinay Kumar Narula. 19. Pilgrimage tourism a resource for sustainable tourism development/Bharti Gupta. 20. Tourism and environmental quality management comparative perspectives/Babu P. George and Gopal Sami Poyyamoli. 21. Tourism policy framework for further growth and development in Garhwal Himalaya with special reference to tourism attractions in Uttarkashi District/I. Kathirvel Sanjay Mahar and S.C. Bagri. 22. Micro level approaches towards sustainable tourism/Sanjeev Bansal and Madan Singla. IV. Information technology and tourism 23. Eco tourism development in Uttaranchal an opportunity but challenge/Tarun K. Roy. 24. Search engine as a tool for destination choice a paradigm shift/Sanjeev Dharwan and Rakesh Kumar. 25. Issues in web based tourism marketing/Vikram Singh Dean and Dalbir Singh. 26. Information technology a tool for promotion of tourism in Andhra Pradesh tourism/Hemant Kumar Sastry. 27. Need of networking and coordination among government departments in public private partnership a study of the tourism policy of Andhra Pradesh tourism/P.J. Shyju. Tourism not only provides means of recreation and relaxation to the tourists but offers succour to the ailing and developing economies of the world. The entrepreneurs communities and states find immense commercial opportunities in tourism and have made earnest efforts to reap the benefits. The net result is the generation of wealth to the tune of US$ 622.7 billion in 2004. But this wealth generation is not without a price. For the development of tourism environment societies and cultures at the destination has paid a heavy price. The present cause of concern is not only the development but to tackle the challenges posed by development. The present book Tourism Development Impacts and Strategies makes an in depth study of the nature of developments its impacts and comes out with a set of composite and holist. Seller Inventory # 65384

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Edited by Mamta Rawat and Sumit Dookia

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About this Item: Daya, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. I. Ecology of lentic and lotic environment: 1. Ecological studies of holy pond Papnesh, Bidar, Kamataka/N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima. 2.Diatoms flora: an important bioresource of the central highland rivers, India/Jyoti Verma and Prakash Nautiyal. 3. Distribution pattern and present scenario of mangroves and associated flora of Andhra Pradesh/G.M. Narasimha Rao. 4. Analysis of growth forms of the macrophytes in Kharungpat Lake Manipur, North-East India/K. Khelchandra Singh, B. Manihar Sharma and Khurajam Usha. 5. Phytosociological studies of the aquatic macrophytes in Poiroupat Lake, Manipur North East India/Kh. Usha, B. Manihar Sharma and K. Khelchandra Singh. 6. Assessment of environmental flow requirements of Tungabhadra river basin/S. Srikantaswamy and B.K. Harish Kumara. 7. Aquatic biodiversity of Rana Pratap Sagar Lake, Rajasthan/P.C. Verma, L.L. Sharma and A.G. Hegde. 8. Rotifers of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh/S.V.A. Chandrasekhar. 9. Fish diversity in the pairy river of Mahanadi river system in the Chhattisgarh/S. Singh, Om Prakesh, H.K. Vardia and M.C. Chari. 10. Icthyo faunal diversity in Hussainsagar lake, Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh, India/S. Anitha Kumari and N. Sree Ram Kumar. 11. Avifauna of kole Wetlands: species diversity and abundance distribution patterns/C. Sivaperuman and E.A. Jayson. 12. Importance of aquatic avifauna in southern Rajasthan, India/Sarita Mehra, Satya Prakash Mehra and Krishna Kumar Sharma. II. Pollution: monitoring and management: 13. Monitoring of Yamuna river water for assessing its fitness in supporting aquatic biota/Shalu Mittal, Sangeet Prabha and P.K. Agarwal. 14. Health hazards of contaminated underground drinking water at Moradabad India: a survey work/D.K. Sinha and Navneet Kumar. 15. Microbiological study of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra, India/Pawar Vijaykumar Bhikusing. III. Water resources and other issues: 16. Water resources of India: a review/Pankaj Gupta. 17. Water stress and economic considerations/M.A. Khan and Hemant Mangal. 18. Regrowth and survival of bacterial pathogens on the surfaces of household containers used for the storage of drinking water in rural supply of Western Rajasthan/Mamta Rawat. IV. Miscellaneous aspects: 19. Study of soil enzyme, carbon, nitrogen content and c/N Ratio during vermicomposting of eri and Tasar culture waste/Mamata Pandey, T.V. Rao and S.K. Satapathy. 20. Analysis of sugar industry Molasses, uses and its economical importance/Poonam Nomulwar and P.M. Patil. Index. This book "Biodiversity of Aquatic Resources" is an anthology of current original research in the field of aquatic biodiversity, wetland ecology and the applied aspects with reference to aquatic resources across the country. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advancement and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a sole omnibus of 20 chapters which discusses studies on different aspects like fisheries, diatoms, vermicomposting, bacteriology, macrophytes, rotifers, issues related to water like monitoring, water resources and stress, molassess, mangrove vegetation, avifauna and other aspects respectively contributed by eminent scientist, researchers and academicians active in the respective areas. Broadly the book is divided into five sections including various issues of aquatic regime like aquatic ecology, conservation and management approaches, pollution and issues on water resources. The publication also throws light on the challenges aquatic regime is facing in overall country with the hope that it will not only be helpful to students and researchers but also to policy makers, environmental lawyers and the rest. It may form the basis for initiating conservation measures for securing the long term future of aquatic biodiversity. We hope that the policy makers advisors and government officials will rise to the challenge and use this document to further make progress to conserve our aquatic biodiversity. Seller Inventory # 108460

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N.K. Pandey, Dhiraj K. Singh,Bir Pal Singh, Jeevalatha A., Baswaraj Raigond and Brajesh Singh

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About this Item: Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Potato scenario: past, present and future/Bir Pal Singh. 2. Potato growth in relation to abiotic factors/P.M. Govindakrishnan. 3. Indian table and processing potato varieties for different agro climatic regions/Vinod Kumar, Vinay Bhardwaj and Rajendra Singh. 4. Genetic improvement for biotic and abiotic stress tolerance in potato Dalamu. 5. Literature search and information retrieval in agriculture sciences: current information landscape/R.M. Sharma. 6. DNA fingerprinting for varietal identification and genetic fidelity/Vinay Bhardwaj, VU Patil, Kirshan Gopal, Reena Sharma and Rahul Sharma. 7. Somatic hybridization in potato improvement/Jagesh K. Tiwari, Poonam Chandel, Vinay Bhardwaj, Nilofer Ali, Sapna Devi and Bir Pal Singh. 8. Potato transgenics for improvement of agronomic and quality traits/V.U. Patil, Hemant B. Kardile and Clarissa Challam. 9. Agro techniques for potato production/S.S. Lal. 10. Organic potato production/N.C. Upadhayay. 11. Micro irrigation system and water management in potato production/Name Singh. 12. Nutrients management in potato production/V.K. Dua. 13. Farm mechanization for potato production/Sukhwinder Singh, Sunil Gulati and Manjeet Singh. 14. Crop modeling, remote sensing and GIS/P.M. Govindakrishnan. 15. Decision support system for potato production/Shahi Rawat . Potato is considered world’s number one non grain food commodity. It holds promise for food and nutritional security in the scenario of ever growing human population, due to its inherent efficiency in producing high dry matter, energy and edible protein per unit area per unit time. It provides carbohydrates, minerals, vitamin C, a number of B group vitamins, high quality proteins and dietary fibre. People of several European and Latin American countries consume potato as a staple food. Thinkers and planners in developing countries like India recognize potato as the potential food crop for ensuring food and nutritional security to fight hunger and malnutrition. A wealth of information on different technical aspects of potato crop and its cultivation under sub-tropical climate has been generated from the concerted research efforts, which made India, a leader in sub-tropical potato production. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 119437

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Edited by T. Parimelazhagan S. Manian and M. Pugalenthi

Published by Satish Serial Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 8189304917 ISBN 13: 9788189304911

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About this Item: Satish Serial Pub, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents Foreword Preface 1 Role of Traditional Medicinal Plants in Drug Discovery Ethnobotanical Approaches M Ayyanar and S Ignacimuthu 2 Spilanthes acmella A Wonderful Medicinal Herb S Kalidass S Sembian T Jeya and Joshni T Chacko 3 Dactylorhiza Hatagirea Ddon A Critically Endangered Medicinal Plant of Trans Himalaya Ashutosh A Murkute Ashish R Warghat G Phani Kumar G P Mishra and Sunil E Jadhav 4 High Altitude Medicinal Plants A Rich Source of Valuable Phytoconstituents Janifer Raj OP Chaurasia M Pal Murugan and Shashi Bala Singh 5 Rare Medicinal Plants of Western Ghats in Kerala and their Ayurvedic Uses Deepu Mathew and Seeja Thomachan Panjikkaran 6 Uses of Medicinal Plants to Treat Human Disease Among the Tribals at Pachamalai Hills Tamil Nadu M Geetha Rani 7 Some Therapeutic Uses of Biodiversity of the Kolli Hills Eastern Ghats Tamil Nadu India Rajendran A S Manian 8 Ethno Medico Plants in courtallum Hills Southern Western Ghats India Sivalingam R S Manian 9 Medicinal Plant Wealth of Palakonda Hill Ranges Kadapa District Andhra Pradesh India A Madhusudhana Reddy and B Ravi Prasad Rao 10 Pharmaceutical Properties of L Dopa and its Therapeutic Application M Pugalenthi V Vadivel and T Parimelazhagan 11 Antioxidant Activity and Hypoglycemic Property of a South Indian Under Utilized Food Legume Acacia nilotica DC M Pugalenthi V Vadivel and T Parimelazhagan 12 Post Harvest Handling and Processing of Potential Nutraceutical Crops Saji Gomez 13 Quality Control of Herbal plant Material M Geetha 14 Toxicity Evaluation of Herbal Drugs in Animal Models R Ilavarasan 15 Standardization of Marine Herbal Preparations for the Management of Malaria S Ravikumar G Ramanathan K Kathiresan and S Jacob Inbaneson 16 In vitro Culture and Studies on Secondary Metabolites in Nothapodytes nimmoniana Singh Indramohan and N Kumaravadivel 17 Modern Techniques Involving Tissue Culture for Medicinal PlantsM Anbazhagan R Rajendran and M Kalpana 18 DNA Barcoding of Indian Medicinal Plants A Case Study S Dhivya S Rajeev Kumar VS Ramachandran and R Sathishkumar 19 Metabolic Engineering for Therapeutics M Muthukumar S Seal PN Sivalingam R Chandra V Satheesh and S Anandhan 20 The Role of High Performance Liquid Chromatography in Herbal Research J Dharuman 21 Medicinal and Neutraceutical Properties of Some less Explored Allium Species of Uttarakhand Himalayas A Potential Future Crop Hemant Kr Pandey MSM Rawat and Zakwan Ahmed 22 Natural Antioxidant Food Supplements and Human Health N Anusuya and S Manian 23 Cancer and Diet Sucheta Tripathy 24 Plant Antifungal Protein as Therapeutic Agents Modhumita Dasgupta 25 Medicinal Plant Databases A Review P Shanmughavel 26 In silico Structural Analysis of Hypothetical Proteins A Therapeutic Approach R Radhika and P Shanmughavel 27 Herbs as Green Nanofactories S Girija 28 Status of Biodiversity and Conservation D Sathiyan 29 Intellectual Property Rights Protection of Herbal Products and Plant Varieties D Thiyagaraja Guptha 30 Role of plant secondary Metabolites in Ruminant Nutrition Jadhav Sunil Ekanath Guru Charan Tilak Raj Ashutosh Murkute and Shashi Bala Singh The principal aim of this book has been to collate the latest information and to review the viewpoints of eminent investigators who excel in the areas of herbal research An attempt has been made to encapsulate scientific information pertinent to ethnomedicine pharmacology phytochemistry post harvest technology and value addition of herbals In this book 30 articles by eminent academicians and scientists of the country on different aspect of the subject have been compiled All recent scientific innovations advances have been incorporated in a simple and lucid manner A special emphasis has been laid on screening of herbal drugs for pharmacological activity antioxidant potential and bioinformatics tools involved in herbal research A brief discussion on intellectual Property Rights related to herbal research is also included This book discusses the WHO protocol differe. Seller Inventory # 85203

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Edited and compiled by Vijender Sharma and Hemant Rawat

Published by Sports Pub (2011)

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About this Item: Sports Pub, 2011. Contents Vol I Part I Teaching of Science 1 Teaching science -- introductory 2 Science in school curriculum 3 Methods of teaching science 4 Science content and student?s interests 5 Developing science activities for students and teachers 6 Concept and development of scientific methods 7 Interpretive research in science education 8 Aims of teaching science -- a comparative study Part II Philosophical Foundation of Education 1 Education nature scope relation with other subjects 2 Education philosophy 3 Indian education philosophy 4 Indian educationists 5 Naturalism 6 Idealism 7 Western educationist 8 Aims of education BibliographyVol II Part III Sociological Foundation of Education 1 Sociology and education 2 Education and social change 3 Educational agencies 4 Social problems 5 The home or family as a social institution 6 The school and the community 7 State as an agency of education 8 Co-ordination in educational administration 9 Education for democracy 10 Education for national and emotional integration 11 Education for global understanding 12 Education for socialistic pattern of society 13 Educational sociology Part IV Management of Education 1 Education management  -- a Vedantic perspective 2 New directions in educational management 3 Effective management and supervision 4 School management and administration -- new challenges 5 Dynamics of leadership in school climate 6 The management aspects of compulsory primary education in Bangladesh 7 Management of schools Activities and Approaches 8 Effects of nutritional policies on the leadership and management of schools 9 Gender and educational management in post-apartheid South Africa 10 Management development in South Africa 11 Management of primary education in Gujarat and other related states 12 Management of dance in school education a case study of Nritya Kalanidhi 13 Management of change in higher education some trendsVol III Part V Distance Education Preface 1 Distance education an overview 2 Media and technologies used in distance education 3 Distance education in India 4 Correspondence law school 5 Computer - assisted language learning 6 Distance learning in USA 7 Top distance learning programmes in US 8 Distance learning courses in UK 9 Adult education in India 10 Use of audio-visual aids in distance education television and radio Bibliography Part VI Principles and Methods of Teaching 1 The meaning of education 2 Teaching methods -- meaning and scope 3 Principles of language learning and teaching 4 Types of teaching methods 5 Teaching and learning in primary classroom teaching styles 6 Principles of teaching 7 Behaviour principles in classroom 8 Observations of classroom behaviour 9 Teaching-presentation techniques10 Evaluation -- meaning principles importance procedures and types 11 Curriculum -- meaning and process 12 Technology training in the classroom 13 Lesson planning in educationVol IV Part VII Management  -- Principles and Analysis 1 Basic aspects of management 2 Principles of organization 3 Theories of organization 4 The role of planning in effective management 5 Process of planning in organization 6 Decision - making 7 Staffing management of human resources 8 Employee training and executive development 9 Communication 10 Leadership 11 Co-ordination Part VIII Principles of Educational Systems 1 Evaluation of education in ancient India 2 Great educators and their contributions in the field of education 3 Education and society 4 Elementary education in India 5 Secondary education in India 6 Educational principles and philosophy 7 Teacher?s education -- objectives and perspectives 2232 pp. Seller Inventory # 89763

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Sharad Thora VP Goswami Vijay Yewale Hemant Jain SS Rawat Preeti Malpani Nirbhay Mehta Nilesh Jain

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About this Item: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Pvt Ltd. Paperback. Condition: GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. Seller Inventory # 2801631776

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Sharad Thora VP Goswami Vijay Yewale Hemant Jain SS Rawat Preeti Malpani Nirbhay Mehta Nilesh Jain

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