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Paras Kumar Choudhary

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About this Item: 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. 296 About The Author:- Paras Kumar Chodhary (born on 13th October,1964) double M.A. (Sociology and Labour and Social Welfare), J.R.F. teacher fellowship award recipient from UGC, Ph.D from Patna University, member editorial board of various journal like Social Focus and Research Reference, ex-member recruitment committee, under Juvenile Justice (care and protection of children) Act 2000, under Social Welfare Deptt. of Jharkhand Government, Exmember Senate, Academic council Ranchi University, Ranchi, has completed various projects. He contributed national level and regional level articles and author of "Principles of Sociology" (Vivek Publication), and editor of "Sociology of Pilgrims" (Kalpaz Publications). He participated in the 14th ICAES at Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, the 19th History of World Religion, Tokyo Japan, the 6th International Conference on History Dhaka, Bangladesh, the 16th World Congress IUAES Kumming, China, ex-Professor in charge (Head of the Deptt.) University Deptt., of Sociology, Ranchi University, ex-Director Human Rights Education Deptt., of Sociology, Ranchi University, Ranchi. Contents:- Contents # Foreword 9 Acknowledgements 11 List of Contributors 13 Editorial Notes 15 1. Ethnic Conflicts: Perceptions and Counter Perceptions 43 J.L. Oraon 2. In the Shadow of Liberal Democracy: Terrorism Intertwined Intricately with Globalisation 51 Syed Jamil Ahmed 3. Naxal Terrorism in India with Special Reference to Jharkhand 73 Umesh Kumar Verma 4. Naxalism Causes and Remedies with Special Reference to Tribals of Jharkhand 79 Sabir Hussain and Rajesh Roshan 5. Participation of Women in Terrorism: An Analysis 87 Randhir Kumar 6. Socio-economic Factors of Naxalism in Jharkhand: A Sociological Analysis 95 P.K. Choudhary 7. Taliban Movement in Afghanistan 105 Hamid 8. Terrorism its History and Observations up to 1947 117 K.G. Vasantha Madhava 9. Terrorism Under the Shadow of Religion and World Peace: A Study of Unity in Religious Diversity 125 B.N. Sahay and Monika Sahay 10. Armed Conflict in Kashmir: Socio-psychological Consequences 133 Aneesa Shafi 11. Pakistani Action Against Terrorists: An Analysis 143 Anurag Ratan 12. Violence, Terrorism and Religious Radicalism: Intertextuality as Sociological Paradigm 153 Eduardo M. Domingo, Ed.D 13. Javanese Muslims’ Tolerance and Flexibility Through Syncretic Ornamentation 181 Hee Sook Lee-Niinioja 14. Terrorism Cause and Concern 189 P.K. Choudhary, S.N. Yadav 15. Peace with other Species 205 Jacquie Lewis 16. Globalisation—An Underpinnings of Terrorism: A Study of Kashmir Conflict 217 Mohmad Saleem Jahangir 17. Contemporary Conflict Resolution among the Sukuma of Tanzania 225 R.E.S. Tanner 18. Reasons and Suggestion of World Terrorism 235 Purabi Nandi, Ravi Prakash Pandey 19. Challenges that Terrorism Poses to Public Health 245 Syad Iqbal Imam Rizvi and Y. Nath Pandey 20. World Terrorism (The Socio-economic Factors of World Terrorism) 251 S.M. Fahimuddin Pasha 21. Democracy in the Age of Terrorism : The Basic Challenges and Future Prospects 267 Vijay Kumar, Shailesh Anand Index 283 The Title 'Sociology of World Terrorism written/authored/edited by Paras Kumar Choudhary', published in the year 2014. The ISBN 9788121211918 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 296 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is sociology / terrorism. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121211918

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Kumar Chandradeep Barsa,Ravi Prakash Yadav

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The problems of women workers in general?and in the unorganised sector in particular?deserve special attention and focus in view of their marginalised position within the class of workers. The position of women workers in rural India is considerably lower than that of women in general. The bottom layer is constituted by women belonging to the lowest social status groups. A number of national and international studies have documented the sex-typing of jobs and occupations by women. Occupational segregation represents a form of discrimination. Discrimination on the lines of gender is not always overt. It appears in very subtle forms such as in the nature of work performed, skills required to perform the work and the valuation of these skills and the technology used by men and women. One problem more specific to women is that they are subject to various forms of harassment at the workplace. Verbal and physical violence against women has been an age-old method of subjugating them. Female and child domestic workers constitute a large portion of migrant worker population. Working in the unregulated domain of a private home, mostly without the protection of national labour legislations, allows for female domestic workers to be maltreated by their employers with impunity. This volume contains 16 well-researched papers by scholars in the field of women studies. These scholarly papers explain and examine the various aspects of working conditions of women workers in India. CONTENTS CONTENTS 1. Women Workers in Informal Sector ? Vibhuti Patel 2. Women Workers in Unorganized Manufacturing Sector of Punjab ? Anupama and Neru Gupta 3. Growth, Urbanization and Women ? Sarita Agrawal, Jyoti Achanta and Raginideep 4. Women Labourers Engaged in Agricultural and Allied Activities ? P. Anita and Puja Roy 5. Female Domestic Workers in Punjab ? Harvinder Kaur and Monika Rani 6. Women Workers in Handloom Weaving ? Minaxi Pathak and Nandita Bhattacharyya 7. Stress and Coping among Women Managers in Indian Organizations ? H.L. Kaila 8. Wage Discrimination against Women Agricultural Labourers ? A. Sangamithra and S.C. Karpagavalle 9. Gender Implications of New Work Order ? Kaistha Sunita and Amar Nath Singh 10. Gender Differences in Financial Decision-making ? Bindu Arora, Patiraj Kumari and Yasmeen Ansari 11. Male-Female Productivity Differentials in the Unorganised Services Sector ? Atanu Sengupta, Soumyendra Kishore Datta and Susanta Mondal. 12. Life Stress and Mental Health among Women Workers ? Tejpreet Kang, Vandana Kumari and Rekha Kumari 13. Micro Finance Institutions and the Economic Empowerment of Women ? Dhruvalata D Bhatt 14. Empowerment of Women in Agriculture ? V. Girija Devi 15. Social Security Provisions for Women Workers in the Informal Economy ? Kameshwar Pandit, Prabhakar Jha and Randhir Prasad Singh 16. Women Workers in Beedi Manufacturing Sector ? Ravi Prakash Yadav, Kumar Chandradeep and Barsa Printed Pages: 326. Seller Inventory # 52862

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Rachna Gulati,Beena Kumari

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2013)

ISBN 10: 9381450714 ISBN 13: 9789381450710

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book is intended to provide a clear overview on the management of pests and diseases of horticulture crops, associated soil and beneficial fauna, residue status of pesticides and their estimation techniques. It is divided in four parts: Part I explain the practices followed in the pest management of horticulture crops. Chapters include pest status of insects, mites, rodents, and diseases in fruits, vegetables, ornamentals, spices and mushrooms and their management. Different aspects of biological, cultural, and mechanical controls are also highlighted. Harmful and beneficial soil fauna associated with horticulture crops are dealt in Part II. Keeping in view the potential of beneficial organisms, the effects of pesticides on predators, parasites and pollinators have also been discussed in this section. The recent scientific developments related to residue status in vegetables, fruits and spices are provided in Part III. Part IV includes the residue estimation techniques of various pesticides. This book is hoped to serve as a useful source of information to teachers, postgraduate students and researchers. Preface Part I: PEST MANAGEMENT OF HORTICULTURE CROPS Chapter 1. Acarine Pests and their Management in Vegetable Crops by Manmeet Brar Bhullar and Sunita Yadav Chapter 2. Insect-Pests and their Management in Vegetable Crops by P.C. Sharma and R.S. Chandel Chapter 3. Mites of Fruit Crops, Mushroom and their Management by Divender Gupta and P.R. Gupta Chapter 4. Insect-Pests of Fruit Trees and their Management by Tarun Verma and Ram Singh Chapter 5. Rodent Damage and Management in Horticultural Crops by V.P. Sabhlok Part II: EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES ON BENEFICIAL FAUNA (PREDATORS, PARASITES, POLLINATORS AND SOIL FAUNA) Chapter 6. Effect of Pesticides on Soil Microbes and their Activities by K. Kukreja, S. Suneja, R. Gera and R.C. Anand Chapter 7. Compatibility between Microbial Pesticides with Synthetic Pesticides by Monika Geroh, H.D. Kaushik, P. Bhatnagar and Asha Chapter 8. Effect of Pesticides on Parasites and Predators in Horticultural Crops by Sunita Yadav, P. Bhatnagar and Manmeet Brar Bhullar Chapter 9. Bioremediation of Chlorpyrifos Contaminated Soil-Potential and Prospects by Neeru Kadian, Santosh Satya, Anushree Malik and Prem Dureja Part III: RESIDUE STATUS IN HORTICULTURE CROPS Chapter 10. Fungal Diseases and Fungicides in Horticultural Crops by Rajendra Singh Chapter 11. Pesticide Residues in Fruits of India by J.K. Dubey and S.K. Patyal Chapter 12. Pesticide Residues in Spices by Reena Chauhan, Shashi Madan and Beena Kumari Chapter 13. Pesticide Residues in Vegetables by Reena Chauhan, Anil Duhan and Beena Kumari Part IV: RESIDUE ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES Chapter 14. Preparation of Standard Solutions by Vinod Kumar Unvi Chapter 15. Gas Liquid Chromatography : An Analytical tool for Pesticide Residue Estimation of Horticultural Crops by Beena Kumari Chapter 16. Applications of Computer Based HPLC in Horticulture Crops by Ramesh Kumeri Mehta, Ashok Yadav and Vinod Kumar Madan Chapter 17. Effect of House Hold Processing on Pesticide Residues in Vegetables by Indu Chopra and Beena Kumari Printed Pages: 380. Seller Inventory # 68614

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G.K. Kulkarni, B.N. Pandey & B.D. Joshi (Eds)

Published by Narendra Publishing House (2010)

ISBN 10: 9380428065 ISBN 13: 9789380428062

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Table of Contents Contents: Preface. 1. Bioterrorism: threats to rural livelihood in India/G.R. Bharaswadkar and G.K. Kulkarni. 2. Epigenetics and health/S. Krupanidhi. 3. Programming the X Chromosome by targeting determinants of dosage compensation: a lesson from Drosophila/R.N. Chatterjee. 4. Genetic and Non-genetic factors affecting semen quality and sperm Morphology in Frieswal Bulls/D.K. Mandal, M. Kumar, S. Tyagi and Satish Kumar. 5. Genotoxic effect of Carbaryl on the chromosomes of fresh Water Fish Channa punctatus/Renu Chaudhari and Kamal kumar Saxena. 6. Genotype-wise expression profile of Prolactin gene and the effect of genotype on egg quality traits in chicken/T.K. Bhattacharya and R.N. Chatterjee. 7. Cloning and sequencing of Glycine Receptor Partial gene from Pangasius Sutchi/M. Seker, S.D. Singh, Biju Sam Kamalam, J.P. Srinivas, Dharmendra K. Meena and S.K. Nayak. 8. Clastogenecity of Monocrotophos on Spermatocytic chromosomes of short-horned grasshopper Poecilocerus pictus F. (Insecta : Orthoptera : Arcridiidae)/Prafulla K. Mohanty, Maneesha Bhanja, Kalpalata Raj and Sanjaya Narayan Otta. 9. Experimental Study of Dna Damage in a Freshwater fish Channa Punctatus following its exposure to Bifenthrin/Priyam Sachdeva, Trapti Saxena and Kamal Kumar Saxena. 10. Immunotoxicological changes in Spleen of W.L.H. Chick by Ascaridia Galli infection and Cadmium Acetate Treatment/D.K. Chauhan, Monika Yadav, P.K. Sharma and S.S. Lal. 11. Amplification of Rat Microsatellite LOCI in Druckrey/Arti Gupta and Neelima Gupta. 12. Detection of polymorphism in Exon 2 of Toll-like Receptor 4 Gene of Indian Buffaloes/R.S. Kataria, P.K. Dubey, B.P. Mishra and P. Kathiravan. 13. DNA Barcoding and micro-satellite marker development for Ansonia Ornata: an endangered amphibian species/K. Meenakshi, K. Santhoshkumar and Sanil George. 14. Molecular characterization of salt tolerance genes from aquatic microbes: concepts and application in transgenic research/Mitali Dhiman, Prinyanka Das, Agniswar Sarkar, Mousumi Saha, B.K. Behera and S.S. Mishra. 15. Studies on the effect of Ecdysone treatment on the Protein synthesis, during the development of Spodoptera Litura/J.R. Tope, A.R. Bhosale and S.S. Pawar. 16. Biological control and Integrated pest Management techniques: the effective tool for upliftment of rural population/Jyoti A. Kulkarni. 17. Immunomodulating activity of Cleome Gynandra/Aditi Dubey, Bhavna Rastogi and D.K. Saraf. 18. Phosphamidon induced changes in the proximate composition of Etroplus Maculatus: a fresh water fish of Kuttanand Paddy Fields for estimating maximum allowable toxicant concentration of the pesticide/B.T. Sulekha, T.V. Anna Mercy. 19. Effect of Doramectin on some Biochemical constituents of the Fish Channa Punctatus/Namita Verma and Kamal Kumar Saxena. 20. Retardation of growth after Fluoride exposure in Catfish, Heteropneustes Fossilis (Bloch)/Sandeep Bajpai, Nalini Tripathi, Seema Tewari and Madhu Tripathi. 21. In Vitro Haemolytic activity of semipurified alkaloidal fraction of flower of Sphaeranthus Indicus in human red blood corpuscles/N.V. Nemade, B.D. Talele, M.Z. Chopda and R.T. Mahajan. 22. Cytogenecity by Proimmu during Oestrogen induced uterine injury in Rats/Govind Pandey and Madhuri Sharma. 23. Evaluation of economic Loss due to Peste Des Petitis Ruminants Disease in Sheep and goats: an economic perspective/Mukesh Kumar Sinha and N.N. Thombare. 24. The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Concept: preventive tool for food security/S.S. Pawar. 25. Safe methods of use of Pesticides as part of IPM and Non-IPM for better promotion of food security and food safety in a rural set up/Padmaja R. Jonnalagadda and D. Raghunatha Rao. 26. Plant extracts for management of UZI Fly Exorista Sorbillans Wiedemann (Diptera: Tachinidae)/D.S. Bora, B. Khanikor and M. Konwar. 27. An alte Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 63945

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edited by Paras Kumar Choudhary

Published by Gyan (2014)

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About this Item: Gyan, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. 1. Ethnic conflicts: perceptions and counter perceptions/J.L. Oraon. 2. In the shadow of liberal Democracy: terrorism intertwined intricately with globalisation/Syed Jamil Ahmed. 3. Naxal terrorism in India with special reference to Jharkhand/Umesh Kumar Verma. 4. Naxalism causes and remedies with special reference to tribals of Jharkhand/Sabir Hussain and Rajesh Roshan. 5. Participation of women in terrorism: an analysis/Randhir Kumar. 6. Socio-economic factors of naxalism in Jharkhand: a sociological analysis/P.K. Choudhary. 7. Taliban movement in Afghanistan/Hamid. 8. Terrorism its history and observations up to 1947/K.G. Vasantha Madhava. 9. Terrorism under the shadow of religion and world peace: a study of unity in religious diversity/B.N. Sahay and Monika Sahay. 10. Armed conflict in Kashmir: socio-psychological consequences/Aneesa Shafi. 11. Pakistani action against terrorists: an analysis/Anurag Ratan. 12. Violence, terrorism and religious radicalism: inter-textuality as sociological paradigm/Eduardo M. Domingo. 13. Javanese Muslims tolerance and flexibility through syncretic ornamentation/Hee Sook Lee Niinioja. 14. Terrorism cause and concern/P.K. Choudhary and S.N. Yadav. 15. Peace with other species/Jacquie Lewis. 16. Globalisation—an underpinnings of terrorism: a study of Kashmir conflict/Mohmad Saleen Jahangir. 17. Contemporary conflict resolution among the Sukuma of Tanzania/R.E.S. Tanner. 18. Reasons and suggestion of world terrorism/Purabi Nandi and Ravi Prakash Pandey. 19. Challenges that terrorism poses to public health/Syad Iqbal Imam Rizvi and Y. Nath Pandey. 20. World terrorism the socio-economic factors of world terrorism/S.M. Fahimuddin Pasha. 21. Democracy in the age of terrorism: the basic challenges and future prospects/Vijay Kumar and Shailesh Anand. Index. An efficient team of educationists with their best endeavours and sincere efforts extended to author in presenting the present volume on Terrorism. It has been instrumental in imparting knowledge to the businessmen, government officials, corporate employees, doctors as well as students of all faculties. The book on the topic of Sociology of terrorism is divided into 21 chapters. This book would be immensely helpful to almost all classes of the people of the society and especially for the students to correlate with the studies relating to the subject matter of sociology, anthropology, philosophy, history, economics and other subjects. It might server the purpose of using this volume as a reference guide while preparing for the higher-level examinations of sociology students to improve their performance in their future career and also help them to plan a strategy to tackle with the locational and situational problems. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 114000

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Edited by Ravi Prakash Yadav, Kumar Chandradeep and Barsa

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2012. Contents Foreword 1 Women workers in informal sectorVibhuti Patel 2 Women workers in unorganized manufacturing sector of PunjabAnupama and Neru Gupta 3 Growth urbanization and womenSarita Agrawal Jyoti Achanta and Raginideep 4 Women labourers engaged in agricultural and allied activitiesP Anita and Puja Roy 5 Female domestic workers in PunjabHarvinder Kaur and Monika Rani 6 Women workers in handloom weavingMinaxi Pathak and Nandita Bhattacharyya 7 Stress and coping among women mangers in India organizationsHL Kaila 8 Wage discrimination against women agricultural labourersA Sangamithra and SC Karpagavalle 9 Gender implications of new work orderKaistha Sunita and Amar Nath Singh 10 Gender differences in financial decision makingBindu Arora Patiraj Kumari and Yasmeen Ansari 11 Male female productivity differentials in the unorganised services sectorAtanu Sengupta Soumyendra Kishore Datta and Susanta Mondal 12 Life stress and mental health among women workersTejpreet Kang Vandana Kumari and Rekha Kumari 13 Micro finance institutions and the economic empowerment of womenDhruvalata D Bhatt 14 Empowerment of women in agricultureV Girija Devi 15 Social security provisions for women workers in the informal economyKameshwar Pandit Prabhakar Jha and Randhir Prasad Singh 16 Women workers in beedi manufacturing sectorRavi Prakash Yadav Kumar Chandradeep and Barsa Index The problems of women workers in general and in the unorganised sector in particular deserve special attention and focus in view of their marginalised position within the class of workers The position of women workers in rural India is considerably lower than that of women in general The bottom layer is constituted by women belonging to the lowest social status groups A number of national and international studies have documented the sex typing of jobs and occupations by women Occupational segregation represents a form of discriminationDiscrimination on the lines of gender is not always overt It appears in very subtle forms such as in the nature of work performed skills required to perform the work and the valuation of these skills and the technology used by men and women One problem more specific to women is that they are subject to various forms of harassment at the workplace Verbal and physical violence against women has been an age old method of subjugating themFemale and child domestic workers constitute a large portion of migrant worker population Working in the unregulated domain of a private home mostly without the protection of national labour legislations allows for female domestic workers to be employers with immaltreated by their punityThis volume contains 16 well researched papers by scholars in the field of women studies These scholarly papers explain and examine the various aspects of working conditions of women workers in India jacket 310 pp. Seller Inventory # 101115

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Bhupendra Singh Khatkar

Published by Daya, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170354226 ISBN 13: 9788170354222

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Grain processing. 1. Convenience foods from cereals and legumes/S.S. Arya. 2. Applications of extrusion cooking technology/Narpinder Singh and A.C. Smith. 3. Flour milling industry status in India/Vinod Kapoor. 4. Advances in structure and functionality of wheat gluten proteins/Bhupendar Singh Khatkar. 5. Identification of cereals and cereal derived foods using protein and DNA profiling techniques/Santosh Dhillon Dharam Singh and Anita Ahlawat. 6. Processing and food uses of grain legumes/Umaid Singh. 7. Processing and utilization of coarse grains/Asha Kawatra. 8. Golden rice a future staple for developing countries/Randhir Singh. II. Milk and milk products 9. Technological advances in the production and preservation of traditional Indian milk products/Dharam Pal. 10. Application of reverse osmosis for concentration of milk/Dharam Pal. 11. Trends in technology of drying/Y.K. Yadav. 12. Quality management system in diary industry/C.M. Kappor and R.S. Dabur. 13. Quality assessment of dairy products/D.K. Thompkinson. 14. Advances in milk processing/R.S. Dabur and C.M. Kapoor. III. Fruits and vegetable processing 15. Free radical scavenging enzymes and shelf life of fruits and vegetables/Dharam Singh and Santosh Dhillon. 16. Packaging of fresh fruits/J.K. Sandooja. 17. Postharvest management of horticultural crops/J.K. Sandooja. 18. Recent trends in the processing of fruits and vegetables in India/Susanta K. Roy. 19. Postharvest handling of fruits and vegetables/S.S. Dhawan. 20. Freezing of fruits and vegetables/S.S. Dhawan. 21. Dehydration of fruits and vegetables/SS. Dhawan. 22. Nutritional and medicinal value of under exploited fruits/Suneel Sharma. 23. Utilization of under exploited fruits for value added products/Suneel Sharma. 24. Biochemistry of fruit ripening/Santosh Dhillon Dharam Singh and Rakesh Kumar. 25. Postharvest management of vegetable crops/J.L. Mangal and S. Lal. 26. Role of biotechnology in enhancing shelf life of fruits/Randhir Singh. 27. Freeze drying technique for food preservation/Saleem Siddiqui. 28. Food packaging/M.K. Garg. 29. Factors affecting potato chips quality/Bhupendar Singh Khatkar. IV. Meat and meat products 30. Modified atmosphere packaging technology of meat food products/J. Sahoo. 31. Use of antioxidant vitamins in meat and meat products/J. Sahoo. V. Additives 32. Enzymes in the modification and processing of plant foods/Dharam Singh Santosh Dhillon and Rakesh Kumar. 33. Role of functional properties in food processing/Umaid Singh. 34. Antinutritional and toxic factors of food crops and their removal by processing/Umaid Singh. 35. Food biopreservatives/A.K. Singh and D.K. Thompkinson. 36. Use of antioxidants in food preservation/Saleem Siddiqui. VI. General 37. Food processing industry in India emerging scenario/S.S. Arya. 38. Formulated foods/G.R. Patil. 39. Thermal processing and food quality/Rajendra Singh. 40. Processing and packaging of honey/H.D. Kaushik and Ombir. 41. Nutritional and medicinal value of honey/Ombir and H.D. Kaushik. 42. Utilization of food industries wastes/S. Sehgal. 43. Hurdle technology for shelf stable food products/Joginder Singh Berwal. 44. Sensory evaluation of foods/G.R. Patil and Dharam Pal. 45. Nutritional considerations of processed foods/Umesh Kapil and Monika Obrah. 46. Nutritional and medicinal value of mushrooms/R.K. Madaan. 47. Requirements for pesticide residues analysis in foods/K.S. Sandhu and Usha Bajwa. 48. Integrated pest management in stored grains/Shiv K. Singal. 49. Management of food processing units/Atul Dhingra. 50. Marketing of processed food products Indian scenario/Atul Dhingra. 51. Nutraceuticals and its implications on human health/Bhupendar Singh Khatkar. 52. Role of dietary fibre in human health/Bhupendar Singh Khatkar. Index. As the food processing sector in India is growing rapidly it was therefore felt appropriate to publish a book on Food Science and Technology. The chapters in the book have been contributed by. Seller Inventory # 62703

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Malti Agarwal and Beena Agarwal

Published by Aadi (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380902670 ISBN 13: 9789380902678

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About this Item: Aadi, 2011. Contents Preface 1 History as a narrative technique in Bharati Mukherjees The Holder of the WorldSavita Bhandari and Surekha Dangwao 2 Husband wife relationship in Shashi Deshpandes A Matter of TimeArun Verma and Monika Gupta 3 Eco-consciousness in the novels of contemporary women fiction writersNeeta 4 A socio-psychological spectrum of child-life in Mulk Raj Anands shorter fiction The Lost Child and Other StoriesLucky Gupta 5 A study of the evolution of a womans self in RK Narayans novelsYamini Agarwal 6 Mahesh Dattanis Bravely Fought the Queen deconstruction of the constructed patriarchyCharu Chitra 7 Art as a living experience in Anita Nairs MistressGunjan Chaturvedi 8 Psychoanalytical criticisms of the nexus of political and sexual colonialism in Kiran Desais The Inheritance of LossBeena Agarwal 9 Cracking India a saga of divided legacy and violent belongingsSunita Sinha 10 Eastern psyche in western context a study of the short fiction of Chitra Banerjee DivakaruniMalti Agarwal 11 Expatriate tradition in The Namesake Jhumpa LahiriMeenu Dubey 12 Women confession and creation a postmodernist tilt in Kamala Das and Sujata BhattAlka Singh 13 Shobha Des Surviving Men an exploration of male psycheShilpi Saxena 14 Reconstruction of the female image and status of women from quotidian existence to a distinct statureArchana Bhatnagar 15 Redefining myth a study of Namita Gokhales Shakuntala 16 Crisis of belongingness in VS Naipauls Half a LifeNazneen Khan and Ravi Jauhari 17 Living strategy in Manju Kapurs Difficult DaughtersNidhi Vats and Mudita Agnihotri 18 Gender inequality and search for identity across different cultures a relative study of Shashi Deshpande and Virginia WoolfDivyabha and Sarika Gupta 19 Feminism a subaltern view in Arundhati Roys The God of Small ThingsAlka Singh and Farha Fatiuma Naqvi 20 Sensibility of woman in the time of riotsVivek Kumar 21 Vision of the generation of India in the novels of Bhabani BhattacharyaGunjan Mittal 22 Portrayal of women in Nayantara Sahgals selected novelsGunjan Jain 23 Challenges of Dalit womens writing in the new millenniumPoonam Rani Gupta 24 Marital disharmony in the novels of Anita Desai a feminist approachRashmi Tomar 25 Redefining the self women in the plays of Vijay TendulkarDeepa Agarwal 26 Justifying seismic shift in Indian writing in English with reference to Chetan Bhagats novelsSangeeta Das 27 The shadowy side of booming India Aravind Adigas The White TigerAbha Shukla Kaushik 28 Moving towards emancipation and strength a reading of Anita Nairs Ladies CoupeAnuradha Gaur 29 Feminist concern in the short stories of Shashi DeshpandePragya Yadav 30 Cyberfeminism deconstructing the boundaries of genderNeeru Tandon 31 Postcolonial studies in English some findings from North Indian UniversitiesRP SinghThe volume Paradigm Shift in Indian English Literature From Local to Global Presents a comprehensive range of the dimensions and commitments of the stream of Indian English literature covering a wide range of issues like feminism nationalism post-colonialism postmodernism gender dynamics Dalit consciousness and eco-centric approaches to literature jacket 306 pp. Seller Inventory # 97454

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Edited by Indu Grover and Patricia Goldey

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About this Item: Agrotech, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Time and energy saving technologies: 1. Time and energy saving technologies for rural households/Indu Grover and Renu Kumari. 2. Economic fuel cake--an agrowaste product/N. Kamalamma and M. Saitharani. 3. Design and development of smokeless hearths/Manju Mehta, Veena Sangwan, D.N. Sharma and Lali Yadav. 4. Indoor pollution from traditional chulha in rural kitchen and remedial measures/Kritika Singh, Binoo Sehgal and Indu Grover. 5. Improved rural kitchen : layout and impact/Sudesh Gandhi, Ruchika Thakral, Mamta Dilbaghi and R. Bansal. 6. Solar technologies for rural homes/Binoo Sehgal. 7. Design and development of improved light weight wheel hand hoe/Manju Dahiya, Indu Grover and N.K. Bansal. 8. Drudgery reducing : farm and home technologies for women/Sudesh Gandhi, M. Dilbaghi, M. Mehta and Upasana Rathee. 9. Rural areas and the role of home economics in Germany/Elisabeth Leicht-Eckardt and Alrum Niehage. II. Micro level income generation technologies: 10. Home scale papad and wadi making for income generation/Romika Sethi, Sudesh Gandhi, D.N. Sharma and Indu Grover. 11. Technology for milk and milk products processing at village level/Sudershan Mehta, Monika Yadav, Nita Khanna and Indu Grover. 12. Potentiality of beekeeping and poultry farming as viable income generating technologies/Sushma Kaushik, Shalini Asrani and Shivangi Mittal. 13. Processing and value added meat products/Nita Khanna. 14. Potentiality of floriculture for income generation/Sudershan Mehta. 15. Simple methods for preservation of eggs for higher economic returns/Nita Khandekar and Prakash Khandekar. 16. Candle, detergent and liquid soap making : micro enterprises/Beena Yadav, Rajesh Dahiya and Poonam Kundu. 17. Amylase rich supplementary and weaning foods/Saroj Dahiya. 18. Green grass : the wonder tonic/Indu Grover. 19. Bio-resource complex approach for sustainable development/R.S. Yadav, Saroj Dahiya, H.D. Yadav and J.S. Dhankar. III. Water and waste management technologies: 20. Traditional and modern water purification technologies/Kusum Mehta and Indu Grover. 21. Comparative analysis of cost effective water purification technologies/Chinu Kuchhal, Manju Mehta and Veena Sangwan. 22. Rain water harvesting/Indu Grover and Sudershan Mehta. 23. Agri and other waste management technologies practiced as micro enterprises/Renu Kumari and Indu Grover. Subject index. Technologies for rural homes and communities, edited by Patricia Goldey and Indu Grover, is a highly timely and valuable book which is based on field studies and situations. The chapters are authored by senior faculty working in universities and organizations of repute in India and abroad. The book is divided into three sections viz. Time and energy saving technologies, micro level income generation technologies, water and waste management technologies. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 100017

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Edited by Ravi Prakash Yadav, Ragini Deep and Rakhi Roy

Published by Pointer (2011)

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About this Item: Pointer, 2011. tables (illustrator). Contents Foreword I Child labour general issues 1 Child labour in India an inter-state analysisHarvinder Kaur Surinder K Singla and Monika Rani 2 Child labour a sub-human face of lost innocenceJyoti Achanta 3 Child labour a harsh realityRavi Prakash Yadav Ragini Deep and Rakhi Roy 4 Child labour killing the future of nationMirtunjay Kumar and Dev Raj Suman 5 Child labour a life of deprivationDhruv Dixit Nidhi Saini and Birendra Prasad Yadav 6 Child labour the trampled destiniesPatiraj Kumari and Anuradha Bajwa 7 Child labour sharp tools in little handsDPS Brar DS Dhillon and Anil Sharma II Child labour causes conditions and forms 8 Poverty and child labour in the new millenniumSudhira Chandra Jena 9 Trafficking of girl children a situational analysisD Padmavathi 10 Education and health of girl child in urban IndiaVibhuti Patel III Child labour regional studies 11 Child labour as a domestic servants a case study of Bathinda district of PunjabAnupama Shilpa Gupta and Neeru Gupta 12 Socio-economic determinants of child labour in India--a case study of Muzaffarpur town BiharDevendra Kumar 13 Working children in the urban informal sector a case study of BarodaSarita Agarwal and Puja Roy 14 Child labour engaged in carpet industriesAbha Saxena and Sandhya Agrawal IV Child labour combating child labour 15 Managing the childShamshad Hussain 16 Combating child labour in IndiaAnoop Kumar Singh Kumar Chandradeep and Basa 17 Child labour problems and solutionsRamdeo Prasad and Subhash Prasad 18 Child labour a model for elimination and rehabilitation in BiharKameshwar Pandit Prabhakar Jha and Randhir Prasad Singh 19 Constitutional protection for child labour in IndiaShakti Kumar Rajbansh Yadav and Ravi Shankar Kumar Choudhary Appendix The child labour Prohibition and regulation act 1986 Children are the important assets of the society Every child has the right to enjoy his childhood They have the right to education play recreation and development of their personality But it is harsh reality of the global society that out of 153 crore children about 25 crore and Child Labour They are working in hazardous most worst forms and other works Virtually it is a matter of gross violation of Child Rights The concentration of child labourers in India is highest in the world This harsh reality of the society is fostered by many socio-economic and cultural factors In India state intervention to eliminate child labour have been basically of two types-the legislative interventions and the welfare interventions More than 4000 Special Schools are active in 100 child labour endemic districts spread over 13 states of India Such schools are educating and rehabilitating more than 2 lakhs child labourers The present book is a honest effort in this regard just to present a comprehensive picture about the complex and gigantic problem of child labour in India The book is a collection of 19 academic and research papers contributed by many scholars from different universities of India This book will be useful to students academicians researchers NGOs trade unions and governmental agencies jacket 306 pp. Seller Inventory # 99135

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Sunil Kumar & S.B. Yadava (Eds)

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. The primary objective of the book is to draw the attention of researchers towards this unexplored field of positive psychology. We hope that the book will motivate the researchers to make new research proposals to explore the multidimensional field of positive psychology. This book covers the research work in six major areas of positive psychology. In Part I titled ?Introduction to Positive Psychology? we have introduced the growing field of Positive Psychology highlighting the nature of Positive Psychology. There are two chapters in this part. Chapter 2 describes the making of positive psychology with a historical and pedagogical point of view. In Part II titled ?Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology? various research papers are included which have shown the emotional aspects of positive psychology with emphasis on emotional intelligence and various socio-cultural aspects. There are five chapters in this part. Contents Foreword (v) Preface (vii) About the Contributors (ix) Part?I: Introduction to Positive Psychology 1. Introduction to Positive Psychology 3 Sunil Kumar and S.B. Yadav 2. Making of a Positive Psychology: A Historic, Philosophic and Pedagogic Scrutiny 9 Umesh L. Bharte Part?II: Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology 3. A Study of Relationship of Emotional Intelligence with Normal and Clinical Personality Factors 23 Prerna Puri and Nidhi Purohit 4. Culture: An Integral Component for Emotional Intelligence Assessment 29 Vinod K. Shanwal and Gurpreet Kaur 5. Emotional Intelligence: Application, Analysis and Argument 37 Pradeep Kautish 6. Factors Affecting Emotional Intelligence: An Empirical Study for Small Scale Industries in Puducherry State 55 R. Kayatry Sabittha and N. Panchanatham 7. Effect of Yoga Practice on Personality, Emotional and Behavioural Problems 69 D.V. Venu Gopal, B.S.S Mandal and K. Parimala Part?III: Organization, Management and Positive Psychology 8. Positive Emotions in Organization 79 Richa Choudhary, Sugandh Dixit, Surbhi Sikka and Suyasha Saha 9. Positive Psychology: Bridging the Gap to Employee Engagement and Improved Performance 99 Lovy Sarikwal 10. Building Teams in Software Organisations 113 P. Surjith Kumar and N. Panchanatham 11. An Analysis of Satisfying Factors among Faculties in Post Graduation Colleges - A Study with Reference to PG Colleges in NCR 123 Vijit Chaturvedi and Sudhir Agrawal 12. Awareness of Quality Management in Higher Education 129 S. Aravind, Fisseha Girmay and Hailay Gebretinsae 13. Management by Intuition 139 Rohit Puri 14. Employee Commitment: A Conceptual Framwork 147 Monika Bhati Part?IV: Psychological Well-Being and Positive Psychology 15. Occupational Stress and Diverse Coping Behaviour: A Study on Management Trainees 159 Sunil Kumar and Yashpal Kaur Rooprai 16. Depression? The?Having the Blues? Syndrome: Analysis of Behaviour and Treatment during Depression 167 Asha Nagendra, Gaurav Bhardwaj,and Mrinal Kant 17. Management of Role Conflict among Female Doctors 177 Sarita and Vinod K Shanwal 18. Techniques for Managing Stress 185 Anjana Sharma 19. Well-being and Gynec Problems among Adolescent Girls 191 N.V.V.S. Narayana 20. Stress Management 203 Shyam Lata Juyal and Nidhi Sharma 21. Exploring the Transformative Nature of Music in the Context of Hindustani Music Tradition 211 Durgesh K. Upadhyay 22. Emotional and Behavioural Problems among Young Adults: A Study on Andhra University Students 217 K. Srinivasa Rao and V. Hari Lakshmi Part?V: Self, Character, Success and Positive Psychology 23. Gender Differences in Evaluation of Character among Adolescents 227 Ravinder Yadav and Sunil Kumar 24. Six Factor Printed Pages: 348. Seller Inventory # 46744

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Arvind Kumar

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ISBN 10: 8170354137 ISBN 13: 9788170354130

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Vegetation ecology crisis of macrophytes of Udhuwa Lake Rajmahal (Jharkhand)/Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra. 2. Environmental and ecological impact of genetically modified organisms/I. Sundar. 3. Influence of thermal stratification on dissolved oxygen in Subhas Sarobar Kolkata/N.R. Samal D. Roy A Mazumdar and B. Bose. 4. Dust accumulation studies at Hyderabad/Nirmala Babu Rao I. Sobha Rani and Amena. 5. Water quality index for ground water affected with bicycle manufacturing industrial wastes an environmental quality audit/Vineeta Shukla Sharda Abusaria Monika Dhankhar and K.V. Sastry. 6. Changes in sodium and potassium ratio in pressmud with influence of earthworm Eisenia foetida (savigny)/Pramod Kumar Shweta. 7. Status and assessment of noise pollution level at Rewa town/Bhupesh Kumar Mishra. 8. Age related changes in biochemical parameters in long bones of Indian Toad Bufo melanostictus/B.N. Andia and H.N. Behera. 9. Distribution of Salmonella antibodies in the Sera of normal individuals in Vivekanandha hospital Tiruchengode Tamil Nadu/S. Rajalakshmi N. Kavitha and S. Uma. 10. Antimicrobial activity of Premna tomentosa willd. to chosen pathogenic bacteria/J. Matrtin Rathi and S. Gopalakrishnan. 11. Effect of polyvinyl pyrrolidone and dimethyl sulphoxide on ethyl cellulose transdermal patches of Verapamil hydrochloride/S.K. Sahoo S. Chatterjee D. Sahu S.K. Mishra and B.B. Barik. 12. Effect of scrotal heating on the reproductive organs of the laboratory rat Rattus norwegicus/W. Vidyarani. 13. Magnesium in scalp hair and fingernails in relation to different parameters/Rita Mehra and Meenu Juneja. 14. Heavy metal pollution in river Tunga Bhadra and Tungabhadra at Kudali Near Shimoga Karnataka/G. Suresha K. Ramadas andE.T. Puttaiah. 15. Chemical impact on the histological studies on the thyroid in the freshwater fish Channa orientalis (sch.)/S.V. Deshmukh and K.M. Kulkarni. 16. Thrombocytopenic effect of buprenorphine in mice/Dhriti Banerjee and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar. 17. Environmental induced changes in the biomodal gas exchange and haematology of facultative air breathing fish mystus punctatus (Jerdon)/R. Devika G.M. Natarajan N. Parthi P. Esther Joice P. Palanisamy N. Bhuvaneshwari G. Sasikala and S. Binu Kumari. 18. Investigation of drinking water quality of Basavanhole Tank with reference to physico chemical characteristics/J. Narayana R. Purushothama B.R. Kiran K.P. Ravindra Kumar and E.T. Puttaiah. 19. Histological alternations in Tadpoles of Bufo Melanostictus exposed to a sublethal concentration of chromium/D. Anusuya D.J. Prakash and I. Christy. 20. Urban development and sound level in Ichalkaranji city Maharashtra/C.T. Pawar and M.V. Joshi. 21. Studies on limnological characteristics of Guruvayanakere Pond near Belthangady S.K. district/B.A. Kumara Hegde G. Suresha K. Ramadas and B. Yashovarma. 22. Diel variation in waterfowl during winter at Sirpur Tank Indore/Manjeet Malhotra M.M. Prakash and K. Pawar. 23. Removal of heavy metals from electroplating industrial effluent using plants phytoremediation/S. Anitha V. Mahesh and C. Sheela Sasikumar. 24. Effects of DAP toxicity on certain hematological parameters of acridotheres tristis/Anant Kumar R.K. Yadav and B.P. Akela. 25. Comparison of mosquito fauna in Srivilliputhur town and Krishnankovil village Tamil Nadu/K. Karuppasamy and T. Sooravan. 26. Biodegradation of Tannery effluent using pseudomonas aeruginosa and Bacillus subtilis/P. Mythili K.T.P.B. Ponneelan R. Suchitra and M. Poonkothai. 27. Pesticide disrupted ovarian physiology and biochemistry of Channa striata/G.M. Natarajan D. Kalavathi N. Parthi P. Esther Joice P. Palanisamy G. Sasikala and N. Bhuvaneshwari. 28. Effect of metal poisoning on total body ascorbic acid in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae Hemiptera)/S. Mumtazuddin and S. Ehteshamuddin. 29. Microbial contamination in drinking water cause detection and remedy/M.K. Bhutra and Ambica Soni. 30. Analysis and seasonal comparative st. Seller Inventory # 57906

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Yadav Monika (author)

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: Scholar's Press | This research was conducted with the specific objectives to assess the information needs of the farm women regarding fruits and vegetables processing and preservation, to develop and standardize media on need based messages on fruits and vegetables processing and preservation to study the impact of media on knowledge and attitude of farm women.The study revealed that selected messages were pickle making, chutney, murabba,squashes and drying of fruits and vegetables. Standard procedure for development of media were followed. The effectiveness of printed manual was assessed through several parameters. Overall weighted mean scores revealed that accuracy, coverage, objectivity, writing style, content presentation, illustration and compatibility was perceived to be high for all the messages. Effectiveness of Compact Disc (CD) in terms of audio quality, video quality, presentation of message, content importance and suitability and text was rated as high. The content validity ratio for all the attributes of CD and printed manual was found to be significant (as per Lawshe, 1975). Inter consistency reliability for CD and printed manual was found to be statistically significant at 5% level. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 112 pp. Seller Inventory # K9783639661309

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Yadav Monika

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Edited by R.K. Behl, J. Kubat and T. Kleynhans

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About this Item: Agrobios, 2010. Contents Foreword Preface Visions 1 Factor FN future farming food feed fitness fuel fiber freshwater fishery forestry flora fauna fun freedom global trends 200820252050Manfred Kern  2 Future biomass potential for food animal feed energy and biomaterials - fierce competition or peaceful coexistenceEV Falkenstein GA Reinhardt 3 The Rhizophere and its significance for food securityN Claassen Plant nutrition and soil health 4 Managing soil fertility-evaluation of the soil organic matter content in the long term field experiments in differing soil and climate conditionsJaromir Kubat and Jan Lipavsky 5 Micronutrients disorders challenges to sustain food grain production in Punjab IndiaUS Sadana 6 Managing nitrogen and nutrient use efficiency in crop production an appraisalSK Thakral 7 Influence of plant density and nutrient management on pearlmillet Pennisetum glaucum in Semi Arid EnvironmentVS Rana BS Rathore RK Nanwal and Pawan Kumar 8 Utilizing solid waste to improve land productivity for sustainable productionManisha Basu PBS Bhadoria SC Mahapatra and A Wais 9 Sensing P deficiency and modulating plant responses root ROS as critical factorsK Swaraj Anita Kumari Ra Dhari Vishisht and Sunita Sheokand 10 Biofertilizers in sustainable agricultureNeeru Narula Ramesh Chander Anand and Manjula Vasudeva 11 Microbial auxins and siderphores promoting plant growth by biofertilization and bioprotectionChritsian Dimkpa Ales Svatos and Erika Kothe 12 Ectomycorrhiza in sustainable ecosystem functioning a closer look at the symbiotic associationTheodore Asiimwe Katrin Krause Ines Schlunk and Erika Kothe 13 Effect of chelators on phytoextraction of Nickel by Indian Mustard from Industrial effluent contaminated soilSonal Vishnoi and Narsi R Bishnoi Genetic resources 14 Storage carbohydrates modification to diversify crop utilization and improve food security in African countriesRavindra N Chibbar Monica Baga Seedhabadee Ganeshan and Eric K Asare 15 Maize towards food and nutritional security and poverty alleviation in Africa and AsiaSain Dass ML Jat KP singh P Kumar VK Yadav and OP Sharma 16 Heat tolerance and adaptability in Bread Wheat Triticum aestivum L em Thell genotypesRK Behl Sameena Sheikh Molla Assefa Yogesh Jindal and Ashwani Kumar 17 Enset Ensete ventricosum life line for food security and livelihood in semi arid tropical regions of EthiopiaMolla Assefa Admasu Tsegaye and KW-Giorgis 18 Breeding clusterbean Guar an export potential arid legume for dry areasSK Pahuja RN Arora and BS Jhorar 19 Biodiversity policies in the United States Europe and HungaryPal Pepo 20 Current status and future scope of genetically modified American cotton hybrids in Africa and AsiaBS Chhabra and Ashish Jain Sustainable development for food and bioenergy 21 Remote sensing tools in sustainable management of green renewable resourcesChristoph Katsch 22 Food security and development through sustainable crop production in AfghanistanMohd Saalim Saaie A Wais and Molla Assefa 23 Integrated energy farming for rural development and poverty alleviationNasir El Bassam 24 Potential of Jatropha cultivation in arid and semi arid areas of Rajasthan and GujaratRL Srivastava Ranjana Arya and VP Tewari 25 Bioenergy plantations and its potential for degraded wastelands in India with special reference to prosopis JulifloraVP Tewari 26 Animal nutrition in the 21st century-quo vadisGerhard Flachowsky 27 Enhancing the role of livestock production in African food securityNetsanet Beyero Socio economic aspects 28 Agricultural commodity production and trade policies for global cooperation and sustainable developmentHossana Solomon 29 Profitability of wood production for generating bioenergyVon Doderer C and Kleynhans TE 30 Empowering rural women through self help groups in Haryana IndiaSK Mehta Monika and Chander Bhan 31 Role of micro finance in rural womenNeelma Kunwar and Priya Vashishtha The world population is continuously increasing especially in developing countries This jeopard. Seller Inventory # 85660

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Monika Yadav

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About this Item: SPS Aug 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Neuware - This research was conducted with the specific objectives to assess the information needs of the farm women regarding fruits and vegetables processing and preservation, to develop and standardize media on need based messages on fruits and vegetables processing and preservation to study the impact of media on knowledge and attitude of farm women.The study revealed that selected messages were pickle making, chutney, murabba,squashes and drying of fruits and vegetables. Standard procedure for development of media were followed. The effectiveness of printed manual was assessed through several parameters. Overall weighted mean scores revealed that accuracy, coverage, objectivity, writing style, content presentation, illustration and compatibility was perceived to be high for all the messages. Effectiveness of Compact Disc (CD) in terms of audio quality, video quality, presentation of message, content importance and suitability and text was rated as high. The content validity ratio for all the attributes of CD and printed manual was found to be significant (as per Lawshe, 1975). Inter consistency reliability for CD and printed manual was found to be statistically significant at 5% level. 112 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783639661309

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G K Kulkarni; B D Pandey and B D Joshi

Published by Narendra Pub (2010)

ISBN 10: 9380428065 ISBN 13: 9789380428062

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About this Item: Narendra Pub, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. 1. Bioterrorism threats to rural livelihood in India/G.R. Bharaswadkar and G.K. Kulkarni. 2. Epigenetics and health/S. Krupanidhi. 3. Programming the X Chromosome by targeting determinants of dosage compensation a lesson from Drosophila/R.N. Chatterjee. 4. Genetic and Non genetic factors affecting semen quality and sperm morphology in Frieswal Bulls/D.K. Mandal M. Kumar S. Tyagi and Satish Kumar. 5. Genotoxic effect of Carbaryl on the chromosomes of fresh water fish Channa punctatus/Renu Chaudhari and Kamal Kumar Saxena. 6. Genotype wise expression profile of Prolactin gene and the effect of genotype on egg quality traits in chicken/T.K. Bhattacharya and R.N. Chatterjee. 7. Cloning and sequencing of Glycine Receptor Partial gene from Pangasius Sutchi/M. Seker S.D. Singh Biju Sam Kamalam J.P. Srinivas Dharmendra K. Meena and S.K. Nayak. 8. Clastogenecity of Monocrotophos on Spermatocytic chromosomes of short horned grasshopper Poecilocerus pictus F. (Insecta Orthoptera Arcridiidae)/Prafulla K. Mohanty Maneesha Bhanja Kalpalata Raj and Sanjaya Narayan Otta. 9. Experimental study of DNA Damage in a freshwater fish Channa Punctatus following its exposure to Bifenthrin/Priyam Sachdeva Trapti Saxena and Kamal Kumar Saxena. 10. Immunotoxicological changes in Spleen of W.L.H. Chick by Ascaridia Galli infection and Cadmium Acetate Treatment/D.K. Chauhan Monika Yadav P.K. Sharma and S.S. Lal. 11. Amplification of Rat Microsatellite LOCI in Druckrey/Arti Gupta and Neelima Gupta. 12. Detection of polymorphism in Exon 2 of Toll like Receptor 4 Gene of Indian Buffaloes/R.S. Kataria P.K. Dubey B.P. Mishra and P. Kathiravan. 13. DNA Barcoding and micro satellite marker development for Ansonia Ornata an endangered amphibian species/K. Meenakshi K. Santhoshkumar and Sanil George. 14. Molecular characterization of salt tolerance genes from aquatic microbes concepts and application in transgenic research/Mitali Dhiman Prinyanka Das Agniswar Sarkar Mousumi Saha B.K. Behera and S.S. Mishra. 15. Studies on the effect of Ecdysone treatment on the Protein synthesis during the development of Spodoptera Litura/J.R. Tope A.R. Bhosale and S.S. Pawar. 16. Biological control and integrated pest management techniques the effective tool for upliftment of rural population/Jyoti A. Kulkarni. 17. Immunomodulating activity of Cleome Gynandra/Aditi Dubey Bhavna Rastogi and D.K. Saraf. 18. Phosphamidon induced changes in the proximate composition of Etroplus Maculatus a fresh water fish of Kuttanand Paddy fields for estimating maximum allowable toxicant concentration of the pesticide/B.T. Sulekha T.V. Anna Mercy. 19. Effect of Doramectin on some biochemical constituents of the Fish Channa Punctatus/Namita Verma and Kamal Kumar Saxena. 20. Retardation of growth after Fluoride exposure in Catfish Heteropneustes Fossilis (Bloch)/Sandeep Bajpai Nalini Tripathi Seema Tewari and Madhu Tripathi. 21. In Vitro Haemolytic activity of semipurified alkaloidal fraction of flower of Sphaeranthus Indicus in human red blood corpuscles/N.V. Nemade B.D. Talele M.Z. Chopda and R.T. Mahajan. 22. Cytogenecity by Proimmu during Oestrogen induced uterine injury in Rats/Govind Pandey and Madhuri Sharma. 23. Evaluation of economic loss due to Peste Des Petitis Ruminants Disease in sheep and goats an economic perspective/Mukesh Kumar Sinha and N.N. Thombare. 24. The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Concept preventive tool for food security/S.S. Pawar. 25. Safe methods of use of pesticides as part of IPM and Non IPM for better promotion of food security and food safety in a rural set up/Padmaja R. Jonnalagadda and D. Raghunatha Rao. 26. Plant extracts for management of UZI Fly Exorista Sorbillans Wiedemann (Diptera Tachinidae)/D.S. Bora B. Khanikor and M. Konwar. 27. An alternative approach to control Aeromonas Hydrophila using important herbal extracts/Varaprasad Bobbarala D. Bindu Madhuri D. Aryamithra and K. Chandrasekhara Naidu. 28. Experimentally produced. Seller Inventory # 76518

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edited by Praduman Yadav, Sunil Kumar and Veena Jain

Published by Daya (2016)

ISBN 10: 9351247309 ISBN 13: 9789351247302

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

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edited by C. Chattopadhyay and D. Prasad

Published by Studera Press (2016)

ISBN 10: 8193033396 ISBN 13: 9788193033395

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About this Item: Studera Press, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Insects and climate change: 1. Integrated crop and pest management practices in relation to global climate change/D. Prasad and C. Chattopadhyay. 2. Impact of climate change on insect pests management in fruit crops/Kuldeep Srivastava, Alok Kumar Gupta nd Devinder Sharma. 3. Global climate change: a threat to aphids population/Navodita G. Maurice, P.W. Ramteke, Pradeep K. Shukla and Suchit A. John. 4. Host plant responses to tetranychus urticae Koch mediated biotic stress and management strategies/Kanika, Rachna Gulati and Monika Geroh. 5. Insect pest management in climate change/Subhash Chander, Mazhar Husain and Vishwa Pal. 6. Comprehensive impact of climate change on insects and insect plant interaction/G.K. Sujayanand, T.V. Prasad, Zakaullah Khan and S. Sheelamary. 7. Climate change and dynamics of insect pests: management options in tobacco/U. Sreedhar. 8. Pest scenario, plant protection approaches in the current context of changing climate/H.R. Sardana and M.N. Bhat. 9. Climate change: pest incidence in agricultural crops/Someshwar Bhagat, Ajanta Birah, N. Chattopadhyay and C. Chattopadhyay. II. Plant diseases and climate change: 10. Climate change impact on tropical plant diseases and its management strategies/A. Kandan, Jameel Akhtar, Baleshwar Singh, Zakaullah Khan, Anitha Pedapati and P.C. Agarwal. 11. Hortipasture ecosystem: diseases and management strategies under climate change scenario in semi-arid condition/H.V. Singh, Ritu Mawar, Sunil Kumar and R.V. Kumar. 12. Occurrence of mycotoxins under changing climatic conditions/K. Kannan. 13. Exploitation of plant Genetic resources for crop protection: on climate change basis/Anitha Pedapati, Vandana Tyagi, Nidhi Verma, Satish Kumar Yadav and Prathiba Barhmi. 14. Complex interactions of begomoviruses, satellite molecules and whitefly vector associated with cotton leaf curl disease (CLCuD) epidemic in Northwest India/Kajal K. Biswas, Shruti Godara, Utpal K. Bhattacharyya and Pranjib K.Chakraborty. 15. Physiological bases of crop response to changing climate/S. Jidhu Vaishnavi, M. Djanaguiraman and P. Jeyakumar. 16. Ecofriendly management of tea diseases in current scenario of climate change/Pranab Dutta, Himadri Kaushik, K.C. Puzari and R.P. Bhuyan. III. Nematodes and climate change: 17. Influence of climate change on predatory soil nematodes in management of plant parasitic nematodes/Zakaullah Khan, Bharat Gawade, A. Kandan, Jameel Akhtar and T.V. Prasad. 18. Impact of climate change on nematode population/Archana U. Singh and D. Prasad. 19. Multitropic interaction with nematodes and climate change/Anju Kamra and B.K. Vinay. Index. The rapid change in the agro-ecosystem leaves a snag of the establishment of harmony in the discord of the disturbed ecosystem due to the wide usage of chemical pesticides, fertilizers and synthetic plant growth regulators. The long-term effects were overlooked, hence, the boom of one-time became a bane for the global ecosystem degradation. In the present context, it has become indispensable to look for sustainable crop protection, management approaches in the realm of climate change in imperative and the book is an effort in this direction. India however better adapt to climate change by enhancing investments in development programmes in sectors vulnerable to climate change particularly agriculture, water resources, Himalayan region, coastal regions, health and disaster management. Mitigation of adverse effects of climate change is only possible through the development of climate resilient IPM technology for sustainable management of pests in the future. There are 19 well-researched and thought-provoking chapters discussing the effect of climate change on crops through the lens of pests, diseases and nematodes. This book not only provides the reference, but also serves as a guide and inspiration for future research into the realm of modern agriculture with changing climates in India. The scientists, teache. Seller Inventory # 116960

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Yadav Monika, Varma Shashi Kanta

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About this Item: Scholars Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This research was conducted with the specific objectives to assess the information needs of the farm women regarding fruits and vegetables processing and preservation, to develop and standardize media on need based messages on fruits and vegetables processing and preservation to study the impact of media on knowledge and attitude of farm women.The study revealed that selected messages were pickle making, chutney, murabba, squashes and drying of fruits and vegetables. Standard procedure for development of media were followed. The effectiveness of printed manual was assessed through several parameters. Overall weighted mean scores revealed that accuracy, coverage, objectivity, writing style, content presentation, illustration and compatibility was perceived to be high for all the messages. Effectiveness of Compact Disc (CD) in terms of audio quality, video quality, presentation of message, content importance and suitability and text was rated as high. The content validity ratio for all the attributes of CD and printed manual was found to be significant (as per Lawshe, 1975). Inter consistency reliability for CD and printed manual was found to be statistically significant at 5 level. Seller Inventory # AAV9783639661309

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Shashi Kanta Varma

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About this Item: Scholars' Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 112 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.3in.This research was conducted with the specific objectives to assess the information needs of the farm women regarding fruits and vegetables processing and preservation, to develop and standardize media on need based messages on fruits and vegetables processing and preservation to study the impact of media on knowledge and attitude of farm women. The study revealed that selected messages were pickle making, chutney, murabba, squashes and drying of fruits and vegetables. Standard procedure for development of media were followed. The effectiveness of printed manual was assessed through several parameters. Overall weighted mean scores revealed that accuracy, coverage, objectivity, writing style, content presentation, illustration and compatibility was perceived to be high for all the messages. Effectiveness of Compact Disc (CD) in terms of audio quality, video quality, presentation of message, content importance and suitability and text was rated as high. The content validity ratio for all the attributes of CD and printed manual was found to be significant (as per Lawshe, 1975). Inter consistency reliability for CD and printed manual was found to be statistically significant at 5 level. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9783639661309

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