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Kumar Ashok

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House. Condition: New. pp. x + 314 , Figures. Seller Inventory # 7613570

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D. Kumar

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Moth bean is an important crop for arid areas. It has multi-uses and adapted to extremes of uncongenial ecological niches particularly, in areas receiving less rains with erratic distribution. The crop is credited with a number of adaptive morpho-physiological features. It however, requires genetic improvement in respect of efficient plant types, agronomic improvement, plant protection cares. There is also need on assessment of genetic resources available, quality considerations. Information on these aspects is scarce and unsystematically arranged. Efforts on compilation of available research results would pave a way for furthering moth bean in required aspects and fields. Efforts have, therefore, been made to collect as far as possible vast information covering past 50 years on moth bean related to different aspects of adaptation, genetic resources, genetic and agronomic improvements, plant protection strategies, biotechnological possibilities and quality considerations. The information have been classified and presented in respect of eleven chapters. In our views the attempts are unique on the traditional, less known crop, adapted to very specific habitats. The book, it is hoped, would prove useful and informative to those concerned with moth bean in one respect or other. Contents: 1. Moth bean Genetics - A. Henry 2. Moth bean Genetic Improvement - R.C. Sharma and R.K. Kakani 3. New Concepts of Moth bean Improvement - D. Kumar 4. Genetic Resources of Moth bean - N.K. Dwivedi and Neelam Bhatnagar 5. Moth bean Biotechnology - S.C. Bhargava 6. Moth bean Agronomy - B.S. Shekhawat, R.C. Sharma and R.P.S. Shekhawat 7. Moth bean Physiology - B.K. Garg and Uday Burman 8. Moth bean Diseases - A.S. Rathi and Anita Punia 9. Moth bean Diseases and their Management - A.C. Mathur and R.C. Sharma 10. Moth bean Insect Pests and their Management - Ashok Sharma, S.K. Sharma and R.C. Sharma 11. Moth bean Nutritional Quality - Y. Sudarsan, R.K. Kakani and R.C. Sharma Printed Pages: 157. Seller Inventory # 65705

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D Kumar and N B Singh

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About this Item: Scientific, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Preface. 1. Moth bean genetics/A. Henry. 2. Moth bean genetic improvement/R.C. Sharma and R.K. Kakani. 3. New concepts of moth bean improvement/D. Kumar. 4. Genetic resources of moth bean/N.K. Dwivedi and Neelam Bhatnagar. 5. Moth bean biotechnology/S.C. Bhargava. 6. Moth bean agronomy/B.S. Shekhawat, R.C. Sharma and R.P.S. Shekhawat. 7. Moth bean physiology/B.K. Garg and Uday Burman. 8. Moth bean diseases/A.S. Rathi and Anita Punia. 9. Moth bean diseases and their management/A.C. Mathur and R. C. Sharma. 10. Moth bean insect pests and their management/Ashok Sharma, S.K. Sharma and R.C. Sharma. 11. Moth bean nutritional quality/Y. Sudarsan, R.K. Kakani and R.C. Sharma. "Moth bean is an important crop for arid areas. It has multi-uses and adapted to extremes of uncongenial ecological niches particularly, in areas receiving less rains with erratic distribution. The crop is credited with a number of adaptive morpho- physiological features. It however, requires genetic improvement in respect of efficient plant types, agronomic improvement, plant protection cares. There is also need on assessment of genetic resources available, quality considerations. Information on these aspects is scarce and unsystematically arranged. Efforts on compilation of available research results would pave a ways for furthering moth bean in required aspects and fields. Efforts have, therefore, been made to collect as far as possible vast information covering past 50 years on moth bean related to different aspects of adaptation, genetic resources, genetic and agronomic 157 pp. Seller Inventory # 43246

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Ashok Kumar Rathoure, Smita Rajesh and Savita G. Aggarwal

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ISBN 10: 9351246450 ISBN 13: 9789351246459

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2016. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Molecular Biology. 2. Origin of Biotechnology. 3. Chronological history of Biotechnology.4. Genetic Engineering. 5. Transgenic Plants. 6. Record Making and Keeping. 7. Safety Guidelines.8. Safe Handling of Microorganisms. 9. Preparation of Buffers and Solutions. 10. Dna Extraction from Agarose gel.11. Preparation of Glycerol stocks. 12. Using the Microscope. 13. Diluting Solutions. 14. Streak Plating.15. Laboratory notes for Microbiological Experiments. Segment 1. Biophysical Technology and Cell Biology.Segment 2. Biochmistry, Bioenergetics and Physiology. Segment 3. Biological techniques and Biotechnology. This book has been divided into four segments. First segment has introduction about biotechnology and its emerging fields. Second segment has 13 basic experiments for the students who are entering into the laboratory for the first time. In this segment, students will learn about the preparation of buffer and solutions, quantitative and qualitative tests about amino acids, protein, nucleic acids, (RNA & DNA) by different methods and isolation of casein protein from the milk. In the segment 2, we have elaborated about physiology. Here, the students will learn about expression of solutions in concentrations, determination of urine urea nitrogen, calculating acid number of fats, calculation of saponification number and average molecular weight of triacylglycerols, salting in, salting out and dialysis of proteins, determination of serum albumin, total cholesterol, etc., blood group analysis, ouchterlony double diffusion test and determination of haemoglobin content by haemoglobinometer. The last segment has 28 experiments about biotechnology and biological techniques for microbiology, plant tissue culture, genetic engineering and industrial biotechnology. This book will extensively assist students, teachers and academicians to further extend their knowledge beyond the course work and related subject matter but onto the practical application to gain insights of what happening new in the present era of applied science. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 117256

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Ashok Kumar

Published by Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. (2006)

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present Plant Biotechnology offers an engaging introduction to this exciting area of Scientific Research and technology. It has been written for advance undergraduate, post-graduate students and other researchers in this area taking a broad range of courses. The present title also provides an overview of the production of GM crops, highlighting the key scientific and Technical advances that underpin their development. It takes the students from the basic of the subject through to the latest thinking. The aim of this book is to provide enough information and examples to give the reader a Sound Knowledge of plant biotechnology in all its various guises, but particularly those related to the Genetic manipulation to Crop plants. It is not intended to provide an Encyclopaedic coverage of the subject; such a task would require a volume far larger than this. As such, this is a textbook, and therefore, a learning and Teaching aid, rather than an Academic treatise. Hopefully, this book also encourages a critical appraisal of plant biotechnology- not just the scientific aspects, but also the economic, social, moral and Ethical issues that surround, and some would say, Plague the subject. Contents, Preface 1. Introduction 2. Product Development 3. Biotechnology Value to Cereals 4. Molecular Biological Tools in Plant Breeding 5. Assesment and Legislative Issues 6. Genetically Improved Food 7. Nutritional Enhancement of Plant Foods 8. Stress Tolerance 9. Molecular Farming 10. Genetic Improvement of Crops 11. Genes in Growth and Development 12. Seeds Technology in Agriculture Printed Pages: 322. Seller Inventory # 59423

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Ashok Kumar

Published by Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183561179 ISBN 13: 9788183561174

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Agricultural Biotechnology in diverse facets is presently advancing in meteoric speed. By the time the present title could be completed Agriculture biotechnology may have advanced further in exciting direction. The very broad stretch of agriculture biotechnology has never been brought within two covers. A Student being exposed for the first time to this interesting subject needs to be given an idea about it. The present title has tried to do this precisely. All kinds of pollutants affecting the Agricultural Crops directly or indirectly via soil, Water or Air have been touched to create an impression about the diversity. The enormous prospect of application of biotechnology in profitably using agricultural wastes and products have been indicated. On the whole graduating students both in agriculture and Science may find Interest in this book will benefit having one at hand. Contents, 1. Introduction 2. Bleaching Technologies 3. Genomic Repression 4. New Food Crops 5. Soil Biotechnology 6. Polluted Soil 7. Bioinsecticides 8. Absorption of Heavy Metal 9. Biological Removal of Heavy Metals 10. Biological Treatment of Polluted Soil 11. Bio-Treatment of Water 12. Waste Water Treatment 13. Conserving Plants in Danger 14. Algal Conservation 15. Bio-Conservation 16. Cytokines in Agriculture Printed Pages: 330. Seller Inventory # 59120

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Abhijit Dutta,Ashok Kumar Choudhary,Sunita Dutta

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380235720 ISBN 13: 9789380235721

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book is subdivided into seven sections this encompass: general procedures, like methods of pipetting, solution preparation, buffers and principles of common analytical instruments essential for laboratory biotechnology experiments. The book also includes working with nucleic acid, bacteria, enzymes, proteins; cloning experiments and a few protocols on plant biotechnology. Emphasis have been given on DNA/RNA isolation from various sources, use of restriction enzymes, ligation techniques, cloning protocols, screening of transformed cells, various electrophoresis techniques, PCR protocol, etc. The appendices in the last part are included to provide information important to he study of the above-mentioned practical as a whole. The book will be useful to students belonging to Biotechnology, agriculture and allied fields. The idea behind this practical manual was thus to provide theoretical basis of the practical study items to be undertaken in the laboratory in a lucid manner. Contents Preface. Abbreviation Chapter 1. General procedures. Chapter 2. Nucleic acids and E.coli. Chapter 3. Enzymes. Chapter 4. Cloning. Chapter 5. DNA/RNA separation. Chapter 6. Proteins. Chapter 7. Plant biotechnology. Appendices Glossary References Printed Pages: 268. Seller Inventory # 65270

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B N Pandey

Published by APH, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176489883 ISBN 13: 9788176489881

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Indian fisheries in the context of food security poverty alleviation and the environment/B.N. Pandey. 2. Biodiversity text context and conflicts/N.C. Datta. 3. Anatomy of environment and emergence of environmental science an overview and innerview/N.C. Datta. 4. Behavioural research for the management of Gram Pod Borer Helicoverpa Armigera (Lepidoptera Noctuidae)/Ashok K. Singh. 5. Insects a tool in forensic science/Samiran Chakravarti. 6. Co evolution in insect and plant association/Samiran Chakrabarti. 7. Lac cultivation and production technologies/A. Bhattacharya. 8. Lac insect bionomics and its biotic complex/A. Bhattacharya. 9. Population dynamics of insect pests and their management in agro eco system/Ashok K. Singh. 10. Lac basic information/A.K. Jaiswal K.K. Sharma and R. Ramani. 11. Population growth resource consumption and environmental degradation/M. Razimuddin. 12. New dimensions on the ecosystem management/S.P. Roy. 13. Bio indicators of environment/S.P. Roy. 14. Some aspect of Tasar culture an overview/K.B. Sharma. 15. Reality of aids a focus/K.B. Sharma. 16. Air pollution and its management/Yogendra Prasad Singh. 17. Incidence of strongyloides papillosus. wedl. in Sheep and Goats in and around Gaya (Bihar)/Krishneshwar Sharma. 18. Common anti hypertensive drugs and their effect on heart/Ajit Kumar Singh. 19. Understanding human behaviour/Shamshad Hussain. 20. Cell cycle/M. Raziuddin. 21. The body in defence/Neelima Gupta. 22. Human infertility and diseases/S.K. Singh. 23. Fish as a food commodity biochemical composition of fish/U.C. Goswami. 24. Solid waste management/K.N.P. Singh. 25. Reptiles of India an over view/T.S.N. Murthy and B.N. Pandey. 26. Microorganisms infection and diseases/B.K. Singh. 27. Prospects of gene therapy/Vijay Kumar. 28. Trends in animal biotechnology/Vijay Kumar. 29. Environmental biotechnology applications in integrated scampi fish culture/Sandeep K. Malhotra. 30. Environmental concerns/P.N. Pandey and M.K. Jamuar. 31. Effect of neem on tribolium castancum (the rust flour beetle)/Bindu Singh. 32. No woman no cry/A.K. Tripathi. Index. India is endowed with a great wealth of biological diversity in its forests glaciers rivers reservoirs lakes coastal areas and wetlands but in the recent years following massive anthropogenic development there has been rapid industrialization in the country resulting in the degradation of the environment and loss of much biodiversity consequent upon fragmentation of the habitat. There is an urgent need to conserve it other wise posterity will not forgive us. The quality of environment has degraded by the population explosion which eventually lead to poverty. Effects are being made to have optimum use of the principles and technique of biotechnology and bioinformatics for the cause of human welfare. Thus better understanding of inter relationship between the human beings and the biosphere can only be obtained by the documentation of the importance of zoology or animal sciences as a whole. In this book an attempt has been made to highlight the latest developmental issues so that the data presented here in can be profitably used for human welfare. This book will be very useful for the students teachers and researchers in the field of animal sciences and environment. 258 pp. Seller Inventory # 59028

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Mihir Kumar Das

Published by Daya Publishing House (2010)

ISBN 10: 8170356474 ISBN 13: 9788170356479

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy/mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars, carrageenans and alginates. Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry, combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas. The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors, to a percentage of a theoretical maximum, as opposed to ponds, holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology. At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants, the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture. In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good, new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics.;The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation, nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds. Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds, active against a number of disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi, their significant potential for colorants, polysaccharides, pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters. This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology.; The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi-disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of microbiology, plant science and biotechnology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: The Algal Industry Survey by Mark Edwards; Chapter 2: Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology by Jannendra Rath, Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi; Chapter 3: Programmed Cell Death: An Integral Event in the Development of Algae and Higher Organisms by Shiv Shanker Pandey, Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari; Chapter 4: Spirulina: The Superfood and Medicine by Preeti Das, A.K. Mishra and Mihir K. Das; Chapter 5: Application of Seaweeds as Food: A Scenario by P.V. Subba Rao, K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: UV-B Radiation-Induced Stress and Protection Strategies in Cyanobacteria by R.P. Sinha, M.B. Tyagi, Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar; Chapter 7: Growth Response of Cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and Mine Waste Burdened Soil to Different Environmental Variables by Pramila Tripathy and S.P. Adhikary; Chapter 8: The Impact of Fungicides on Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das; Chapter 9: Role of Blue Green Algae in Rice Production by Y.V. Singh; Chapter 10: Biotechnological Relevance of Microbes in Agriculture by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 11: Lipids and Fatty Acids from Marine Algae: A Potential Biofuel Resource by S. Chakraborty and T. Bhattacharya; Chapter 12: Algal Biodiesel: Procedures and Resources for Laboratory Study by Simrat Kaur, H.K. Gogoi, R.B. Srivastava and M.C. Kalita; Chapter 13: Industrial Utilization of Algal Fatty Acids by S.B. Padhi, P.K. Swain, S.K. Behera and G. Behera; Chapter 14: Cyanobacterial Toxins by Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari; Chapter 15: Algae and the Human Affairs in the 21st Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 56079

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Edited by K.R. Gupta

Published by Atlantic Publishers (2010)

ISBN 10: 8126913932 ISBN 13: 9788126913930

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers, 2010. Contents Preface 1 Addressed by the President of India Smt Pratibha Devisingh Patil on the occasion of special lecture on Agriculture we Cannot Wait 2 Resource conservation for sustainable agriculture and rural development Sanjay Arora 3 Sustaining agricultural growth in the new millennium the role of agricultural research C Ramasamy and KR Ashok 4 Soil resources appraisal for sustainable crop production in watersheds Rajendra Hegde 5 Methodology of grass roots planning for rural employment K Chinnadurai 6 Market led extension for agriculture and rural development FMH Kaleel Jayasree Krishnankutty and K Satheesh Babu 7 Growth and development of rural non farm sector in India Nimish Gupta and AK Singh 8 Integrated plant nutrient management principles and practices Rajendra Hegde 9 Strategy for sustainable rural livelihoods an experience from EIRFP Binay Kumar Sahay 10 Application of pragmatic methodology for generation of rural employment in India M Shivamurthy 11 Sustainable development for the rural poor Anil K Rajvanshi 12 Globalisation and farmers crisis in Maharashtra RB Patil 13 Socio ecological economic and institutional assessments of participatory forestry management learning from Haryana Community Forestry Projects CS Silori S Chauhan Anirban Ganguly and Varghese Paul 14 Using the Internet for E rural development Tapomoy Deb 15 Extent determinants and impact of land degradation on sustainable development of agriculture in India Sanhita Sucharita Indias growth story in various sectors industry services mining and power particularly since the dawn of the new millennium though impressive has not been inclusive Whereas urban areas have developed fast the rural areas still lack the basic infrastructure of connectivity marketing and adequate means of employment generation Poverty remains a major issue with our huge population living in rural areas particularly in BIMARU states of Bihar Jharkhand Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh In addition to low income problems of violent conflicts food insecurity illiteracy ill health unemployment gender inequality unhygienic living etc are various aspects of rural society It is therefore necessary to analyse the prevailing conditions and draw strategies for rural development to make the countrys growth broad based The performance of agriculture sector influences the growth of Indias economy and it accounts for about 52 per cent of employment in the country The rural sector is being increasingly seen as a potential source of domestic demand which is likely to shape the future marketing strategies for goods and services There is a strong case for a second Green Revolution encompassing diversification of agriculture development of wasteland capital expenditure growth use of biotechnology and expansion of irrigation besides value addition in agriculture produce and greater attention to horticulture and floriculture It is necessary to emphasize the need for genuinely empowering Panchayats to plan and implement the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and make them accountable to their communities for efficient performance The book contains articles from erudite scholars and experts in the field of rural development Who have deeply analysed the pertinent issues and made valuable suggestions thereon It will prove very useful to the researchers and students of economics government executives concerned with the formulation and execution of policies for rural development parliamentarians and legislators and the common readers interested in rural development 258 pp. Seller Inventory # 84071

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Ashok Kumar

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Product development. 3. Biotechnology value to cereals. 4. Molecular biological tools in plant breeding. 5. Assessment and legislative issues. 6. Genetically improved food. 7. Nutritional enhancement of plant foods. 8. Stress tolerance. 9. Molecular farming. 10. Genetic improvement of crops. 11. Genes in growth and development. 12. Seeds technology in agriculture. Index. The present Plant Biotechnology offers an engaging introduction to this exciting area of scientific research and technology. It has been written for advance undergraduate post graduate students and other researchers in this area taking a broad range of courses. The present title also provides an overview of the production of GM crops highlighting the key scientific and technical advances that underpin their development. It takes the students from the basic of the subject through to the latest thinking. The aim of this book is to provide enough information and examples to give the reader a sound knowledge of plant biotechnology in all its various guises but particularly those related to the genetic manipulation to crop plants. It is not intended to provide an encyclopaedic coverage of the subject such a task would require a volume far larger than this. As such this is a textbook and therefore a learning and teaching aid rather than an academic treatise. Hopefully this book also encourages a critical appraisal of plant biotechnology not just the scientific aspects but also the economic social moral and ethical issues that surround and some would say plague the subject. 314 pp. Seller Inventory # 60943

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L K Pareek

Published by Agrobios, Jodhpur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8177540890 ISBN 13: 9788177540895

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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents 1. Recent developments and issues in plant sciences/Govind Chandra Sharma. 2. Agrobacterium mediated gene transfer in plants a review/D.K. Srivastava. 3. Biotechnology miracle or mirage II. remarkable genetic system of agrobacterium/C. Nirmala and M.L.H. Kaul. 4. Synthetic seed technology as a method for plant propagation and delivery of tissue cultured plants/P.S. Rao T.R. Ganapathi P. Suprasanna and V.A. Bapat. 5. Maturation and desiccation of somatic embryos/V.A. Bapat and P.S. Rao. 6. Commercial application of medicinal plant biotechnology/M.R. Heble and G.Roja. 7. Genetic variation in vitro cultured plant cells and in the progenies of Regenerated plants/S.J. Jambhulkar and C.R. Bhatia. 8. In vitro response as aid to measure genetic diversity/Sumitra Sen. 9. Phytochrome flowering genes and biotechnology/S.C. Maheshwari. 10. Tissue culture of aquatic plants and its applications/H.Y. Mohan Ram and Anuradha Agrawal. 11. Auxin calcium interaction in plant growth and development/S.C. Bhatla Geetika Kalra and Sangeeta Kapoor. 12. Role of Glyoxalase I in cell proliferation in higher plants/Renu Deswal and Sudhir K. Sopory. 13. Rapid propagation of Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. through tissue culture/R.I.S. Gill S.S. Gill and S.S. Gosal. 14. Regeneration and phenolics in explants and callus of Syzygium cumini (L.) Skeels/Shashi Mathur L.K. Pareek and N. Chandra. 15. Cellular approaches to salt tolerance in wheat/E.J.Joseph and I.D. Nikiforova. 16. Manipulation of wheat protein quality/P.R. Shewry A.S. Tatham N.G. Halford F.Barro P. Barcelo and P. Lazzeri. 17. Cellular selection and characterization of Pea lines resistant to culture filtrate of fusarium oxysporum/Ashok Kumar D.K. Srivastava V.K. Gupta and U.K. Kohli. 18. Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from immature Cotyledons of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)/P. Sagare K. Suhasini and K.V. Krishnamurthy. 19. Direct somatic embryogenesis in Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)/K. Suhasini A.P. Sagare and K.V. Krishnamurthy. 20. Regeneration of water stress tolerant callus culture of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)/D.K. Srivastava V.K. Gupta and D.R Sharma. 21. Biochemical mechanism of salt tolerance in tomato cultivars/G.Jansi Rani and G. Balakrishnamurthy. 22. In vitro evaluation and regeneration of tomato under NaCl stress/G. Jansi Rani and G. Balakrishnamurthy. 23. In vitro selection of atrazine tolerant cell lines and regeneration studies in Brassica campestris/G.S. Virk and Jaswinder Kaur. 24. Cotton ovule culture a tool for understanding development and quality/C.P. Malik Bir Singh and Pushp Sharma. 25. Microspore embryogenesis in Brassica juncea/Abha Agnihotri G. Seguin Swartz and R.K. Downey. 26. In vitro morphogenesis and microcorm production in Gladiolus/H.S. Grewal S.S. Gosal and J.S. Arora. 27. Callus growth response of sunflower explants cultured in vitro/Puspita Samantaray Gyanaranjan Rout and Prasanta K. Behera. 28. Vitro trees of cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) a preliminary evaluation/Smitha Hegde L. D'Souza Icy D'Silva Alice C. Augustine. 29. Micro propagation of plum (Prunus domestica L.)Atul Kumar Vandana A. Kumar and M.C. Nautiyal. 30. Plantlet regeneration from Seed culture of Arundina graminifolia (D.Don) Hochr. and establishment of plantlets under natural conditions/C.M. Sarma and Suchismita Roy. 31. Direct embryo formation and regeneration of plants from embryogenic protoplasts of ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Mayer)/Sarita Arya Inder Dev Arya Jang R. Liu and Tage Eriksson. 32 Rapid micropropagation of populus Euramericana trees by callus culture/Veena Agrawal and Shrish C. Gupta. 33. Direct somatic embryogenesis from immature seeds of rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia Roxb.)/G. Lakshmi Sita and M. Muralidhara Rao. 34. Direct organogenesis from internodal segments and apical meristem of shoots of Jatropha curcas L./Neena Nigam O.P. Saxena and Vincent Braganza. 35. Bioassay for anti tumor compounds in callus extracts of phyllanthus sps. and Euphorb. Seller Inventory # 60267

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Ashok K Chauhan and Ajit Varma

Published by I K International, New Delhi (2009)

ISBN 10: 9380026374 ISBN 13: 9789380026374

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2009. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Basics of molecular biotechnology 1. Biotechnology education the present scenario/A.K. Srivastava. 2. Microbial biodiversity and its molecular aspects/M. Sharma S. Tripathi G. Chauhan H. Kharkwal and Ajit Varma. 3. Microscopy key to understand molecular biotechnology/Jyoti Pandey Vipin Mohan Das and Ajit Varma. 4. The cell/Meghna Pohani M. Pathania and Ajit Varma. 5. Chemical and functional aspects of the cell/Saurabh Lall. 6. Carbohydrates structure function and biotechnology aspects/Sabyasachi Pradhan Rahul Bhalla Avinash Kumar Singh and K.R. Unnikumar. 7. Proteins structure function and biotechnology aspects/Avinash Kumar Singh Sabyasachi Pradhan Rahul Bhalla and K.R. Unnikumar. 8. Lipids structure function and biotechnology aspects/Rahul Bhalla Avinash Kumar Singh Sabyasachi Pradhan and K.R. Unnikumar. II. Recent advancements in biotechnology 9. Central dogma of molecular biology and expression of genetic information/S.K. Jain and D. Singh. 10. The RNA world/Ram Prasad Rangaswamy Narayanan Rajani Malla P.K. Sharma U.S. Bagde and Ajit Varma. 11. The many faces of gene expression profiling transcriptome analyses applied towards elucidating marine organismal interactions and metabolism/Jose V. Lopez Benoit Mouzon Peter J. McCarthy and Russell Kerr. 12. DNA barcoding for genetic identification of plant genera/Shashi Kumar Sarika Chaudhary and Maureen C. Whalen. 13. An introduction to metagenomics/Ignacio E. Maldonado Mendoza Hugo Galindo Flores and Melina Lopez Meyer. 14. Metagenomics principles methodology and biotechnological potentials/Pavan K. Pindi N. Kishore and S. Ram Reddy. 15. Soil metagenomics discovering the unknown world/Vipin Mohan Dan Swati Tripathi Shwet Kamal and Ajit Varma. 16. Stem cells and its perspectives/Dipika Singh and Meenakshi Pathania. 17. Cancer and its biology/Neeraj Shrivastava Shwet Kamal and Ajit Varma. III. Microorganisms in agricultural biotechnology 18. Molecular biotechnology in agriculture/Zakaria M. Solaiman Guijun Yan and Kadamot H.M. Siddique. 19. Microorganisms as potential biotechnological and biocontrol agents/Jeewon R. Subramanya and Hyde K.D. 20. Plant growth promotion and biocontrol by soil microorganisms and Humic substances/Alessandro C. Ramos Luciano P. Canellas Anna L. Okorokova Facanha and Arnoldo R. Facanha. 21. Soil conditioners as a pivotal biotech input for integrated farming and contingency income/A.B. Chaudhari and R.M. Kothari. 23. Developments in the unraveling of genetic apparatus for nitrogen fixation in azotobacters/Sunita Singh. 24. Enzyme activity modulated by AMF colonization the urea cycle and membrane bound phosphatase activities/Cristina Cruz Alessandro Ramos Arnoldo Facanha Jose Feijo and Maria Amelia Martins Loucao. 25. Mushroom biology and biotechnology an overview/Shwet Kamal Jyoti Pandey Stefano Ghignone and Ajit Varma. IV. Nanobiotechnology 26. Nanobiotechnology and its applications/T.N.V.K.V. Prasad P. Sudhakar B.V.V. Ratnam V. Munaswamy and P.V. Reddy. 27. Current advances in fabrication of biogenic nanoparticles an eco friendly approach/M.K. Rai A.K. Gade and A.P. Ingle. V. Industrial biotechnology 28. Use of biotechnology tools in biofertilizer production/P. Bhattacharyya. 29. Bioreactor for Biofertilizers/Bhushan L. Chaudhari Kanchankumar P. Patil Makarand R. Rane Narendra R. Gadre and Sudhir B. Chincholkar. 30. Biotechnology for the industrial production of ectomycorrhizal inoculum and mycorrhizal plants/Asuncion Morte and Mario Honrubia. 31. Biotechnological applications of hairy roots/Meenakshi Pathania and Ajit Varma. 32. Pharmaceutical biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals/Atish T. Paul Vikrantsinh M. Gohil and Kamlesh K. Bhutani. 33. Biotechnological approaches in herbal drug production secondary metabolites through metabolic engineering/P. Pushpangadan and V. George. 34. Host pathogen interactions from infection to drug discovery/Arsenio M. Fialho and Ananda M. Chakrabarty. 35. Bacteria as experimental models for. Seller Inventory # 74061

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K.V. Peter

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2011)

ISBN 10: 938023547X ISBN 13: 9789380235479

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgement Chapter 1: Geographical indications and TRIPS Agreement by Latha R. Nair. Chapter 2: Principles of Hi-Tech horticulture by Patil A.A., Mantur S.M., Biradar, M.S. and Mannikeri, I.M. Chapter 3: Science behind tracer studies in horticulture by S.C. Kotur. Chapter 4: Principles of Germplasm conservation by S.D. Doijode. Chapter 5: Advances in research on male sterility by R.K. Dhall. Chapter 6: The polyembryony: the basics by Kundan Kishore. Chapter 7: Principles of food irradiation by P.C. Tripathi. Chapter 8: History of plant pathology of horticultural crops by Veena Ashok. Chapter 9: History of plant breeding with emphasis on vegetables by Peter K.V. and Pradeep Kumar T. Chapter 10: Basics in vegetable seed technology by Kanwar J.S. and Geetha Bassi. Chapter 11: Use of plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) in vegetable crops by Sadhan Kumar P.G. and Nirmala Devi S. Chapter 12 Methodology for gene sequencing in plants by Jayalakshmy V.G. Chapter 13: Molecular tools for characterization of horticultural crops by Behera, T.K. and Sabina Islam. Chapter 14: Transgenic ornamentals with reduced ethylene production and perception by Shigeru Satoh, Yusuke Kosugi and Takako Narumi. Chapter 15: Tuber crops biotechnology by Sheela M.N. and Rajmohan K. Chapter 16: Viticulture in the Napa Valley: a farmers perspective by Richard Mendelson and Robert Steinhauer. Printed Pages: 426. Seller Inventory # 65374

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Ashok Kumar

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ISBN 10: 8183561179 ISBN 13: 9788183561174

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About this Item: Discovery, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 2nd Edition. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Bleaching technologies. 3. Genomic repression. 4. New food crops. 5. Soil Biotechnology. 6. Polluted soil. 7. Bioinsecticides. 8. Absorption of heavy metal. 9. Biological removal of heavy metals. 10. Biological treatment of polluted soil. 11. Bio treatment of water. 12. Waste water treatment. 13.Conserving plants in danger. 14. Algal conservation. 15. Bio conservation. 16. Cytokines in agriculture. Index. Agricultural Biotechnology in diverse facets is presently advancing in meteoric speed. By the time the present title could be completed agriculture biotechnology may have advanced further in exciting direction. The very broad stretch of agriculture biotechnology has never been brought within two covers. A student being exposed for the first time to this interesting subject needs to be given an idea about it. The present title has tried to do this precisely. All kinds of pollutants affecting the agricultural crops directly or indirectly via soil water or air have been touched to create an impression about the diversity. The enormous prospect of application of biotechnology in profitably using agricultural wastes and products have been indicated. On the whole graduating students both in agriculture and science may find interest in this book will benefit having one at hand. 322 pp. Seller Inventory # 60945

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Edited by Dushyant Kumar Sharma and R.P. Singh

Published by Daya (2011)

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About this Item: Daya, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. 2nd Edition. Contents Foreword Preface I Review articles 1 Biological diversity why to conserve itDushyant Kumar Sharma 2 Loss of biodiversity an overviewRenu Rajesh 3 Eco tourism linking tourism and its impact on biological diversityPrashant Kumar Singh 4 Role of women in conservation and management of biodiversityRB Gupta 5 Wetland conservation a reviewSandeep Arya and Minakshi 6 Microbial diversity potential and challengesSadhana Pandey CJ Mehta and P Kulshrestha 7 Insect biodiversity and conservation of insectsMukulita Upadhyay 8 Ecological and economical impact of biodiesel crops cultivation in Chambal regionJK Mishra 9 Effect of Biodiversity loss on human healthRajeev Kumar Bhadkariya Ashok Kumar MC Pathak and BR Singh 10 Law relating to biodiversityVikram Singh Choudhary and Anuradha Choudhary 11 The impact of biotechnology on agro biodiversity conservationArpita Awasthi Rashmi Arnold and Deepak Mishra II Research Papers 12 Conservation of biodiversity in the natural forests of central India a case of few critically endangered medicinal species of Mandla and Bhopal regionManish Mishra 13 Pattern diversity assessment and conservation of Pachmarhi Madhya PradeshSudhir Pathak 14 Sustainable management of avenue trees a case study along Five Highways of Imphal West District Manipur IndiaKhomdram Nermeshori Devi 15 Certain avenue and roadside trees in Morena city Madhya Pradesh IndiaRP Singh and Keshav Singh 16 Study of fish biodiversity of Tighra Reservoir Gwalior Madhya PradeshRK Mahor RR Kanhere and RB Gupta 17 Conservation of biodiversity resources in Madhav National ParkVishwambhar Prasad Sati Index  Biological diversity for biodiversity refers to the diversity or variety of plants and animals and other living things on earth There are many levels of diversity from DNA and genes to species populations ecosystems and communities This diversity is the beauty of nature and is essential for the survival of human beings Life on earth would not exist if its rich biodiversity were severely altered Species and the ecosystems in which they live are linked together though the flows of energy and materials A change in the life of one species could ripple throughout an ecosystem changing the life of many other species including humansBut due to the  greed of mankind there has been a great threat to the biodiversity Many human activities which stem from the population explosion have threatened biodiversity Pollution over hunting global climate change habitat fragmentation and degradation and introduction of exotic species are some main causes of loss of biological diversity Thus it is necessary to think about the problem of biodiversity loss and to come out with some solution for its conservation This book is a humble effort in this direction The main objective behind this book is to make people aware about biological diversity and to sensitize them about the urgent need for its conservationThe book is divided into two sections Section I includes review articles by various academicians and the Section II has research papers by various scientists and academicians We hope these review and research articles would be able to motivate the students academicians and general public about various issues of biological diversity and its conservation jacket 148 pp. Seller Inventory # 98201

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Edited by Hashmat Ali

Published by Daya (2012)

ISBN 10: 8170357888 ISBN 13: 9788170357889

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About this Item: Daya, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Bioindicators of water pollution/Archana Pandey. 2. A global problem of arsenic in drinking water and its mitigation/M.K. Singh and Anil Kumar. 3. Treatment of wastewater from coke oven plant: a case study/D.C. Mukherjee, S.B. Chowdhury, A. Paul, B. Rakshit and Paulomi Das. 4. Solar photocatalytic technique for the water purification/Subrata Saha and Anil Kumar. 5. Chemistry of the health hazards of fluoride poisoning in India/M.N. Majumder. 6. Physico chemical and bacteriological investigation of potable water of Mizoram/M. Pathak and Hashmat Ali. 7. Effect of sewage pollution on the Hydrological status of Wetlands of Shikaripara, Dumka Jharkhand/Hashmat Ali, V.P. Sahay, Santosh Kr. Singh, R.K. Bishen, D.N. Singh and Ashok Kr. Jha. 8. Arsenic contamination in groundwater of North India/K.M. Singh and Bhartendu Prasad. 9. Arsenic contamination of groundwater and health problem in Gangetic plain of Bhojpur District (Bihar)/Saiyad Rafat Imam and K.M. Singh. 10. Physico chemical analysis of some of the selected parameters of Sen Pokhar of Dumka Jharkhand/Sushmita Boyra, L.N. Patralekh, Saurabh Dutta and Prasanjit Mukherjee. 11. Techniques for providing good quality of water to the society/K. Swarnim, Nilima Verma, Neetu and R.K. Singh. 12. Acute cytogenetic toxicity by distellery influent in Allium cepa and bone marrow cells of mice/K.S. Awasthy, Satya Prakash, G.P. Sinha and Nutan Kumari. 13. Water pollution: its causes, impacts and control/Vandana Sahay. 14. Heavy metal toxicity/Awantika Kumari. 15. Water pollution: a threat to humanity/Biswajit Mitra and Hashmat Ali. 16. An overview on microbial degradation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants/Nitin Kumar and Anil Kumar. 17. Drinking water quality in tribal areas of santal parganas: issues and approaches/P.K. Verma, N.K. Mandal, Rishikesh Kumar, C.S. Azad and Cahndan Kumar. 18. Controlling the environmental pollution eco friendly through microbes and biotechnology/Jahangeer and Anil Kumar. 19. Relationship between economic growth and environment/Nitesh Raj and Hashmat Ali. 20. Water crisis and deterioration of their characteristics: an urgent need of water management and planning for sustainable urban development/Amardip Singh, Poonam and Bindeshwari Prasad Singh. 21. Water pollution affecting the agriculture/Chanda Kumari and R.K. Singh. 22. Water pollution: causes effects and solutions/Veena Kumari. Mahesh Kumar Singh, Bina Pathak and Gopal Pal. 23. The concept of environment in perspective of applied ethics/A.K. Verma, Ahmad Ali, Mohammad Ali and Arshad Ali. 24. Right to clean water: a constitutional and legislative approach/H.N. Tiwari and Poonam. Index. The present book entitled Water Pollution and its Recent Challenges embodies pioneer researchers delivered and discussed during the two day UGC sponsored National Seminar organized by the University Department of Chemistry, S.K.M. University, Dumka, Jharkhand in April 2011, convened by Dr. Hashmat Ali, on the most burning issue of the day viz. Water pollution. The seminar was attended by a galaxy of scientists and researchers from different parts of India. By far the most serious and ominous problem the world is facing today is the problem of water pollution. In spite of adopting various measures in existence so far to check the pollution the situation is worsening in its complexity day by day due to rapid industrialization, urbanization and exponential growth in population. Moreover reckless exploitation of water resources to meet the growing demands without paying heed towards sustainability factors has deteriorated the situation furthermore. In the context of such a critical situation, the book I am will be proved a boon for the speedy control of the continuously deteriorating situation of the problem as the topics contained in the book emphasize mainly over the remedial measures to combat, mitigate and check the pollution. For some of the most significant deliberations after peer review have been. Seller Inventory # 108423

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P.C. Jain,M.C. Bhargava

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ISBN 10: 8189422324 ISBN 13: 9788189422325

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

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Ratul Saikia (Ed.)

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2008)

ISBN 10: 8189422804 ISBN 13: 9788189422806

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. Microbial Biotechnology is wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary activities which include recombinant DNA techniques, cloning and the application of microbes to the production of goods from bread to antibiotics. This book is an attempt to highlight the significant aspects of the vast subject area of microbial biotechnology likes bioinformatics tool for PCR primer designing, fungal biotransformations, bioremediation by microbes, natural products from fungi, microbial diversity etc to provide a complete overview of the subject. It also addresses the role of bacterial plasmid in xenobiotic degradation, antimicrobial resistance in bacteria, ultraviolet-B radiation effect on microbes and human health. The book will be valuable to the researchers, biologist, microbiologist, scientists, post graduate students of microbiology, agriculture, biotechnology and medical science also. Contents Chapter 1: Bioinformatics Tool for PCR Primer Designing in Microbial Genomics by Dinesh Kumar and Dilip K Arora Chapter 2: Detection of the Non-ribosomally Assembled Toxic Cyanopeptides by Maria Estela Silva-Stenico, Augusto Etchegaray,Omar Teschke, Marli Fátima Chapter 3: Fungal Biotransformations: A Powerful Tool in Drug Metabolism Studies by Mônica Tallarico Pupo , Keyller Bastos Borges, Warley de Souza Borges and Pierina Sueli Bonato Chapter 4: Methylotrophy in Bacteria - Concept and Significance by G. Selvakumar, Sehar Nazim and S. Kundu Chapter 5: Recent Advances in Plant Growth Promotion Mechanisms of Agriculturally Important Bacteria by R. Muthukumarasamy, V. S. Saravanan, V. R.Kumar, S. Natarajan & G. Revathi Chapter 6: Microbial Biocontrol Agents for Insects and Phytopathogens by S. Indira Devi and Ram Lal Chapter 7: Natural Products from Endophytic Fungi by M.B. C. Gallo, Denise O. Guimarães, Luciano da S. Momesso, Mônica T. Pupo Chapter 8: Marine Microbial Diversity and its Application in Biotechnology by Imelda-Joseph Chapter 9: The Importance of Extracellular Metal Immobilization for Rhizobium Persistence in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils by Sofia Isabel Almeida Pereira and Etelvina Maria de Almeida Paula Figueira Chapter 10: Bioremediation: A Natural Approach for Heavy Metal Contaminated Sites by Anju Rani, Alok Kumar and Reeta Goel Chapter 11: Role of Bacterial Plasmid in Xenobiotic Degradation by Abdullah Altalhi, Bahig El deeb and Youssuf Gherbawy Chapter 12: Mechanisms Involved in Tolerance of Mycorrhizal Plants to Heavy Metals by K.S. Subramanian, M. Thangaraju and R.A. Jegan Chapter 13: Impacts of Ultraviolet-b Radiation on Microbes and Human Health: The Biotechnological Perspectives by R. P. Sinha, M. B. Tyagi and Ashok Kumar Chapter 14: Antimicrobial Resistance in Gram Positive and Gram Negative Bacteria: Progress and Challenges by Debajit Thakur, Minali Baishya, Barnali Sarma, Tarun Ch. Bora & Ratul Saikia Chapter 15: Molecular Systematics of Frankia - Actinorhizal Symbiosis by Balwinder Bajwa, Manprit Gill, Saubashya Sur, Asim Bothra and Arnab Sen Subject Index Printed Pages: 424. Seller Inventory # 65620

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8179101606 ISBN 13: 9788179101605

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Management of chromium in industrial wastewaters/N. Nishad Fathima J. Raghava Rao and Balachandran Unni Nair. 2. From waste to wealth developing potential construction materials from industrial wastes/Manjit Singh. 3. Mutualistic association of aerobic and anaerobic halophilic organisms for combined treatment of effluent from tannery and distillery plants/Ashok Kumar Mukhopadhyay. 4. Treatment of paper mill effluents by indigenously prepared cation exchangers from waste sludge of paper mill/Vijay Sharma and Ram P. Kapoor. 5. Pollution management of river basins a case study/D. Rudrappan. 6. Current perspectives on bioremediation of oil pollution/Anupama Mittal and Padma Singh. 7. Pollution and its management in contaminated ecosystems/T. Chitdeshwari and D. Jegadeeswari. 8. Investigation on water quality of the river Brahmaputra Assam/M. Ahmed and S.K. Basumatary. 9. Evaluation of water pollution in Damodar basin with special reference to coal based industries/S.K. Srivastava. 10. The powerloom industry and health hazards/C.T. Pawar M.V. Joshi and R.S. Gramopadhye. 11. Strategies for biological treatment of industrial wastewater/P. Rajendran and P. Gunasekaran. 12. Decolorisation and treatment of recalcitrant dye industry wastewater containing Azo dyes/S. Sandhya K. Swaminathan and T. Swaminathan. 13. Integrated ecofriendly management of solid wastes of pulp industry review/P. Jothimani A. Bhaskaran S. Vidhya and C. Udayasoorian. 14. Hospital waste management/Seema Bhadauria and Poonam Paliwal. 15. Impact of environmental degradation versus human population/Umapati Sahay M.T. Dan Hem Srivastava H.C.P. Sah and Anita Jha. 16. Plant responses under heavy metals stress/Veena Agrawal. 17. Fluoride contamination and its remediation/S.R. Ambika. 18. Petha industry waste management by vermitechnology/Seema Bhadauria Varsha Bhargava B.S. Kushwah and A.V.S. Kushwah. 19. Biotechnology in pollution management/Shivangi Mathur and P.C. Trivedi. Index. World population explosion nuclear explosion vehicular explosion deforestation habitation over mountains and in oceans etc. have subsequently led through ages to severe pollution threatening the very existence of life on this globe. Costly pollution management technologies are not practically feasible. Hence modern cheaper feasible biotechnologies which may perhaps cope with the varietal problems of environmental pollution have been evolved on a large scale. This book industrial pollution and its management incorporates critical articles on various facets of industrial pollution and its possible management strategies. There are 19 chapters covering holistic information on the subject. The book includes articles on management of chromium in industrial wastewaters strategies for biological treatment of industrial wastewater decolorisation and treatment of recalcitrant dye industry wastewater containing azo dyes integrated eco friendly management of solid wastes of pulp industry fluoride contamination and its remediation and petha industry waste management by vermitechnology. An excellent treatise comprehends the latest information on biotechnology in pollution management. Articles on factory waste management hospital waste management and bioremediation of oil pollution have added to the value of the book. This book will definitely serve not only as an excellent reference material but also as a practical guide for environmentalists teachers students and research workers. 322 pp. Seller Inventory # 60656

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Mihir Kumar Das

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About this Item: Daya, 2010. Contents Preface 1 The algal industry survey Mark Edwards 2 Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology Jannendra Rath Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi 3 Programmed cell death an integral event in the development of algae and higher organisms Shiv Shanker Pandey Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari 4 Spirulina the superfood and medicine Preeti Das AK Mishra and Mihir K Das 5 Application of seaweeds as food a scenario PV Subba Rao K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar 6 UV B radiation induced stress and protection strategies in cyanobacteria RP Sinha MB Tyagi Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar 7 Growth response of cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and mine waste burdened soil to different environmental variables Pramila Tripathy and SP Adhikary 8 The impact of fungicides on rice field cyanobacteria Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das 9 Role of blue green algae in rice production YV Singh 10 Biotechnological relevance of microbes in agriculture Rajan Kumar Gupta 11 Lipids and fatty acids from marine algae a potential biofuel resource S Chakraborty and T Bhattacharya 12 Algal biodiesel procedures and resources for laboratory study Simrat Kaur HK Gogoi RB Srivastava and MC Kalita 13 Industrial utilization of algal fatty acids SB Padhi PK Swain SK Behera and G Behera 14 Cyanobacterial toxins Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari 15 Algae and the Human affairs in the 21 century Surendra Singh Shipra Das and Anuradha Tiwari 16 Responses of rice field cyanobacteria to insecticides Mihir Kumar Das 17 Cyanobacterial toxins and public health Mukesh Kumar 18 Cyanobacteria for biofertilizer bioremediation and bioactive compounds Kaushal Kishore Choudhary 19 Production of nutaceuticals and antioxidant enzymes in a tropical food alga nostochopsis lobatus Usha Pandey 20 Bioremediation of heavy metals by microalgae VD Pandey Author Index Subject Index Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars carrageenans and alginates Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors to a percentage of a theoretical maximum as opposed to ponds holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds active against a number of disease causing bacteria viruses and fungi their significant potential for colorants polysaccharides pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors The book will be useful to the students teachers scientists and researches from the different branches of microbiology plant science and biotechnology jacket 303 pp. Seller Inventory # 84900

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

Published by Pointer, Jaipur (2007)

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

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Athanasios Koutinas; Ashok Pandey and Christian Larroche

Published by Asiatech, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8187680172 ISBN 13: 9788187680178

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About this Item: Asiatech, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Biocatalysis and food biotechnology 1. The principal indigenous enzymes in milk/Patrick F. Fox and A.L. Kelly. 2. Biotechnology of flavours recent progress/Ralf G. Berger and H. Zorn. I.1. Genetically modified foods 3. Strategies for yeast improvement/Paolo Giudici and Lisa Solieri. 4. Engineering the metabolism of Lactococcus lactis by cloning key fungal genes from Aspergillus Niger/Maria Papagianni. 5. The safety and hygiene of sewage irrigated forage crops summary of research in Israel/Zwi G. Weinberg Shlomo Sela Yaira Chen and Riki Pinto. 6. Biotechnological production of xylitol and its application in food industry/R. Sreenivas Rao Ch. Pavana Jyothi and L. Venkateswar Rao. 7. Bioremediation and detoxification of dioxin lime compounds in food by products by serratia marcescens/Indu Shekhar Thakur Prasant Kumar Jaishwal and Ashwini Sharma. I.2. Fermentation technologies 8. Use of immobilized lipases in the food industry factors and facts/Suzana Ferreira Dias. 9. Potential applications of microbial enzymes in improving quality and shelf life of bakery products/Pardeep Kumar and Tulasi Satyanarayana. 10. Immobilization techniques and support materials suitable for food production bread beer Baker's yeast cereal and citrus by products/Stavros Plessas Argyro Bekatorou Athanasios A. Koutinas Maria Kanellaki and Costas Psarianos. 11. Use of fruits as substrates for cell immobilization for food production/L.A. Bosnea Y. Kourkoutas N. Kopsahelis N. Agouridis and M. Kanellaki. I.2. Enzyme and biocatalysis improvement 12. Strategies for the improvement of levan and fructooligosaccharides production by Zymomonas mobilis/V. Senthilkumar and P. Gunasekaran. 13. Nutraceuticals based on enzymatic catalysis/Subhash Chand and Mili Prabhakar. I.4. Predictive microbiology 14. Natural mycoflora on olives and risk assessment/Khadija Lamrani H. Lakhtar M. Cheheb M. Ismaili Alaoui C. Augur H. Macarie I. Perraud Gaime and S. Roussos. II. Microbiology of food 15. Production of nutraceuticals by solid state cultures of pomegranate residues (punica granatum) and creosote bush (Larrea tridentata)/Cristobal Noe Aguilar Antonio Aguilera Armando Robledo Janeth Ventura Ruth Belmares Diego Mercado Raul Rodriguez and Juan C. Contreras Esquivel. 16. Microbial siderophore mediated value addition to plants for improvement of human health/S.B. Chincholkar M.R. Rane B.L. Chaudhari and P.D. Sarode. 17. Probiotics and the intestinal flora overtime and space/Eugenia Bezirtzoglou. 18. Functionality of wild lactic acid bacteria the example of streptococcus macedonicus/Effie Tsakalidou. 19. Microbial interactions in winemaking/Pierre Strehaiano N. Nehme V. Renouf A. Lonvaud Funel F. Mathieu and P. Taillandier. III. Bioprocess Engineering for food and feed development 20. Engineering aspects of biotransformation processes/Pierre Fontanille Jean Bernard Gros and Christian Larroche. III.1. Bioreactor design 21. Development and evaluation of alternative processes for sterilization and deodorization of natural cork stoppers/Panagiotis Vlachos Adamantia Kampioti Michael Kornaros and Gerasimos Lyberatos. 22. Immobilized yeast technology aimed to beer fermentation process requirements carrier materials and bioreactor design/Viktor A. Nedovic. III.2. Waste and by products for food and feed development 23. Utilization of the Malaysian agrowaste resources for the generation of value added products via biotechnological processes/Ibrahim Che Omar Rosma Ahmad Darah Ibrahim and Sudesh Kumar. 24. Spectroscopic techniques for facilitation of water quality monitoring/Marie Noelle Pons Jing Wu Olivier Potier and Mauricio da Motta. 25. 1 3 Propanediol and citric acid production from glycerol containing waste discharged after bio diesel manufacturing process/Seraphim Papanikolalou. III.3. Rational process development 26. Microbial cell signalling and its potential applications in bioprocessing/Palmy R. Jesudhasan Kenneth Widmer Kamlesh Soni Amit Vikram and Suresh D. P. Seller Inventory # 69318

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N D Verma and B P Bhatt

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

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M.K. Rana

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ISBN 10: 9380235313 ISBN 13: 9789380235318

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book is aimed at providing systematic information on nutritional importance of vegetables in human nutrition, physiology, post-harvest technology, biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables at a single source. The book contains very concise and precise information on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops and also covers areas like resistance against diseases and herbicides and tolerance against drought and salinity and the physical aspects of quality, i.e., shape, size, texture, colour, tenderness, etc. It also contains the information on best possible solutions of problems faced by the students, scientists, growers and traders. The information given in this book is truly based on scientific records of scientists working on vegetables in various institutes. The book on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops compiled for the students of postgraduate and postdoctoral programs is one such attempt to make them learn and understand the subject more precisely and motivate them o improve their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables crops to meet the future needs. In addition, this book may be user-friendly to others who have the concern to expand their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetable crops and wish to fetch more remuneration from vegetable crops." Contents Preface Chapter 1: Cell structure and its components by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora and M.K. Rana. Chapter 2: Reproduction by Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 3: Photosynthesis by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla and M.K. Rana. Chapter 4: Respiration by Sunaina Chawla, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 5: Photoperiodism: a physiological and molecular concept by A. Hemantaranjan and Anjali Bharti. Chapter 6: Role of photoperiodism and vernalization in flowering by Saleem Siddiqui and Nidhi. Chapter 7: Physiology of fruit setting and development by Sunita Sheokand, Chandan Kumar Gupta and Saleem Siddiqui. Chapter 8: Physiological disorders of vegetable crops by M.K. Rana, Champa Rani and P.K. Sharma. Chapter 9: Biochemistry and genetic manipulation of fruit ripening by Sarla Malhotra and Veena Jain. Chapter 10: Physiology of dormancy and seed germination by Champa Rani, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 11: Plant growth regulators in vegetables production by Champa Rani, Renu Munjal and M.K. Rana. Chapter 12: Soil-plant-water relationships by R.K. Pannu and Renu Munjal. Chapter 13: Quantification of soil and plant water status by K.D. Sharma and Ashok Kumar. Chapter 14: Concepts and management of drought in vegetable crops by M.K. Rana. Chapter 15: Abiotic stress tolerance in vegetable crops by S. Vincent and H. Vijayaragavan. Chapter 16: Growth and yield analysis of plants by K.D. Sharma and M.K. Raina. Chapter 17: Quality and factors affecting quality of vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 18: Estimation of quality parameters in vegetables by Shashi Madan, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 19: Management of post harvest losses in vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 20: Preservation of vegetables through fermentation by Leela Wati, Kushal Raj and P. Rani. Chapter 21: Plant tissue culture: fundamentals and applications by Neelam R. Yadav and Ram C. Yadav. Chapter 22: Transgenic approaches for the improvement of vegetable crops by Neelam R. Yadav, Ram C. Yadav, R.K. Jain and V.K. Chowdhury. Chapter 23: Intellectual property rights by Ram C. Yadav and Neelam R. Yadav. Printed Pages: 612. Seller Inventory # 65345

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D.J. Bagyaraj, K.V.B.R. Tilak & H.K. Kehri (Eds)

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ISBN 10: 9381450102 ISBN 13: 9789381450109

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Since their very first appearance on this planet, the microorganisms have benefitted our society in many ways. They are supposed to be the simplest but most versatile and talented products of evolution. They thrive in habitats extremely hostile to human life and are infinitely more skilled than any human chemist in their synthetic activities. Their rich diversity and their functional aspects make them indispensable components of our ecosystems. This book has been published on the eve of 75th Birth Day of Prof. Sudhir Chandra, Former Head and Emeritus Professor, Department of Botany, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, who is well known for his concern to the microbes and made significant contributions in exploring their beneficial activities in different ecosystems. The book contains 31 articles written by distinguished scientists of the country having expertise in dealing with the microbes and exploiting their potential for the benefits of mankind. The articles included in the book are thought provocating and deals with: the topics of Taxonomy, Diversity and Applications of VAM fungi in different Ecosystems Applications of Microbial Technology for Treatment of effluents of a Gelatine Factory, Biodiversity of Mycotoxigenic Fungi and Trichoderma, Useful microbes of Mangrove Ecosystem, Extremophiles, PGPRs, Phytotoxins, Litter decomposition, Biopesticides, Botanical Pesticides, biofertilizers and so many others including major concerns about the Evolution and Conservation of Microbial Biodiversity. Contents Dedication Preface List of Contributors Chapter 01: Microbial Bio-Diversity, Evolution and Conservation: Major Concerns and Missing Links by H. N. Gour, S.M. Paul Khurana and K. Joshi Chapter 02: Soil Organisms: Key Factor to Plant and Soil Health by Raghvendra Pratap Narayan and Pallavi Rai Chapter 03: Taxonomy of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi with Special Reference to Glomus Species by Ashok Aggarwal, Anju Tanwar, Neetu and R.S. Mehrotra Chapter 04: Diversity of PGPR Microbes in Pesticides Degradation by V.C. Khilare, S.N. Kanade, A.B. Ade and L.V. Gangawane Chapter 05: Application of State-of-the-Art Microbial Biotechnology Coupled with Phycoremedial Measures for the Treatment of Secondary Liquid Effluents of a Gelatine Manufacturing Industry by Sudhir D. Ghatnekar and Santosh M. Sharma Chapter 06: Biodiversity in Mycotoxigenic Fungi by S.M. Reddy, S. Girisham and V. Koteswara Rao Chapter 07: Diversity of Nematodes and their Problems in Agroecosystem by S.P.Tiwari and M.N.Khare Chapter 08: Potentials of Trichoderma as Biocontrol Agent, its Ecology and Biodiversity by D. K. Agarwal, and R. K. Sharma Chapter 09: Litter Decomposition in Tropical Humid Forest by Pranita Borah and G.D. Sharma Chapter 10: Microbes and Green Technology: Soil Plant Microbe Interaction Perspective by Jamaluddin and Anuj Kumar Singh Chapter 11: Mangrove Ecosystem: A Marine Resource for Useful Microorganism by Nibha Gupta, Uday Chand Basak and Ajay Kumar Mohapatra Chapter 12: Fungi of Indoor Environment-A Qualitative Study by Deepmala Pandey and Nisha Misra Chapter 13: Rhizosphere Biotechnology: Strategies for Biocontrol of Aflatoxin Production in Maize Crop by A.K. Roy, N. L. Mandal and S. Roy Chapter 14: Algal Component in Lichen Formation: A Review by Navneet Kaur and M. P. Sharma Chapter 15: Mycorrhizal Diversity in Different Ecosystems by R.S. Upadhyay, R. Raghuwanshi and Akhilesh Kumar Chapter 16: Biodegradation of Green Manure by Soil Mycoflora by Asha Sinha and Manisha Srivastava Chapter 17: Relationship of Soil Nutrients with Plant Pathogens and Diseases Caused by Them by M.N. Khare Chapter 18: Mycorrhizal Symbiosis : A New Dimension for Agriculture and Environmental Development to Improve Production in Sustainable Manner byKamal Prasad and A.K. Pandey Chapter 19: Botanical Pesticid Printed Pages: 706. Seller Inventory # 65794

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Ashok K Chauhan and Ajit Varma

Published by I K International, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8188237515 ISBN 13: 9788188237517

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Impact of micro organisms on environment and health/A.K. Chauhan A. Das H. Kharkwal A.C. Kharkwal and A. Varma. 2. Synergism between medicinal plants and microbes/A. Das R. Prasad K. Bhatnagar G.S. Lavekar and A. Varma. 3. Gloriosa superba L. Biology and biotechnological strategies for conservation/R. Ade and M. Rai. 4. Antimicrobial activities of some Ayurvedic plant drugs an appraisal of evidence based researches/G.S. Lavekar and Alka Babbar. 5. Cyanobacteria in soil health and sustainable agriculture/R. Prasanna and B.D. Kaushik. 6. Cyanobacterial secondary metabolites emerging trends and prospects/R. Prasanna S. Nayak A. Suresh B.D. Kaushik and D.B. Sahoo. 7. Inter relationships of physical and biological aspects of soil health in Sandy soil/Djajadi and L.K. Abbott. 8. Clostridium botulinum the source of bioterror and beauty/B.R. Singh B. Li S.K. Sharma and T Wchang. 9. Forms and functions of plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria/C.S. Nautiyal. 10. Microbial population and biomass C and N in the Rhizosphere of Albizia lebbeck L. and Gmelina arborea Roxb. in a jhum fallow in Northeast India/K. Shrivastava A. Arunachalam and K. Arunachalam. 11. Effect of co inoculation of AM fungi and Bradyrhizobium japonicum on nodulation nitrogen and phosphorus content in Soya Bean/S. Neupane and B.N. Prasad. 12. Fungus protoplast impediments on biotechnology/R. Hampp T. Hurek A.C. Kharkwal H. Kharkwal and A. Varma. 13. Fungal phytases in ameliorating nutritional status of foods and combating environmental phosphorus pollution/B. Singh P. Kaur and T. Satyanarayana. 14. Microbial intervention in arsenic rich environment/Jaishree Paul and Kumar Suranjit Prasad. 15. Applications of alkalistable and thermostable microbial xylanolytic enzymes in pulp and paper industry/T. Satyanarayana and S. Adhikari. 16. Bioleaching and microbial mineral degradation/G. Ebena and E. Kothe. 17. Environmental benefits of xylanase assisted prebleaching of Kraft pulps/R. Biswas V. Sahai S. Mishra and V.S. Bisaria. Index. Microbes Health and Environment highlights the interrelatedness of microbes with life and environment. It stresses that microbes have a beneficial impact on human life and environment. It covers the various aspects of microbes such as molecular biology interrelationships microbial intervention in our environment microbial biotechnology genetics their immunology biochemistry economic importance interaction with medicinal plants human beings industrial relevance influence on our health and so on. It is an asset for enterprising students teachers and scientists. 436 pp. Seller Inventory # 67454

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Bidhan Roy,Asit Kumar Basu,Asit B. Mandal

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ISBN 10: 9381450684 ISBN 13: 9789381450680

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. In this book, entitled, "Breeding, Biotechnology and Seed Production of Field Crops", emphasis has been given on principles, methods and practices in plant breeding, biotechnology in crop improvement and seed production of field crops. The book has been written for all sections of learners, educators and staff-members of seed industries. Particular importance has been underlined for postgraduate students who specialize in plant breeding and seed science. Each chapter of the book has been designed as per the recommended of syllabus of Indian Council of Agricultural Research for the postgraduate students of various Agricultural Universities in our country. This book has been divided into two major parts- i) Principles of crop breeding and ii) Methods and practices of crop improvement and seed production of individual field crop. The book contains total of 18 chapters. First three chapters are related to shed light on the basic-principles and remaining chapters deal with methods and practices of individual crop for improvement and seed production. We hope that the book will be ready to lend a hand to the advanced undergraduate students doing plant breeding in elective, postgraduate students who opted plant breeding, teachers, researchers and staff-members of private seed companies of this field of specialization. Contents Preface List of contributors 1. History of Crop Improvement in India by Bidhan Roy, Sanjib Bhadra, Basu AK 2. Pollination Biology for Crop Improvement and Crop Production by Bidhan Roy, Venkateshwarlu Challa, Basu AK 3. Heterosis Breeding by Saha BC 4. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) by Vijay D., Bidhan Roy 5. Aromatic Rice of India (Oryza sativa L.) by Bidhan Roy, Basu AK 6. Hybrid Rice in Tropical Countries by Bidhan Roy, D. Vijay 7. Wheat (Triticum aestivum) by Saikat Das 8. Achievement and Letdown in Hybrid Wheat by Bidhan Roy, Basudeb Sarkar 9. Maize (Zea mays L.) by Rajashekhar MK, Salimath PM, Wali, MC 10. Hybrid Maize by Rajashekhar MK, Salimath PM, Wali, MC 11. Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) by A Ashok Kumar, Belum VS Reddy, P Sanjana Reddy, S Ramesh, P Srinivasa Rao and Ch Ravinder Reddy 12. Sorghum Hybrid Technology by Belum VS Reddy, A Ashok Kumar , Ch Ravinder Reddy and Vilas A Tonapi 13. Pearl Millet (Pennisetum glaucum) by Khairwal IS, Rajpurohit BS, Sangeeta Kumari 14. Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) by Basudeb Sarkar, Bidhan Roy, Kharub AS, Selvakumar R, Dinesh Kumar, Verma RPS, Indu Sharma 15. Finger Millet (Eleusine coracana Gaertn.) by Rajendra Prasad S, Shanthala J, Siddaraju R 16. Small Millets by Sabesan T 17. Yam Bean (Pachyrhizus erosus) by Bidhan Roy 18. Intellectual Property Rights and Regulations for Crop Plants by Bidhan Roy Index Printed Pages: 638. Seller Inventory # 68547

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P C Trivedi

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. The C.P. Malik we know/Neelam Setia and R.C. Setia. 1. Methods of QTL analysis in crop plants present status and future prospects/P.K. Gupta and P.L. Kulwal. 2. Photosynthesis and productivity of agricultural crops grown under elevated carbon dioxide/P.M. Swamy. 3. Orchids chromosomes and their in vitro behaviour/S.P. Vij. 4. Algal diversity in India an assessment of the threats and conservation needs/Inderdeep Kaur and A.K. Bhatnagar. 5. Mechanisms of cotton fibre development/Amarjit Singh Basra. 6. Agrobacterium tumefaciens biology and recent advances/S.C. Bihani Nidhi Kumari and S.L. Kothari. 7. Molecular genetic analysis of drought stress resistance in plants/V. Chinnusamy and K.C. Bansal. 8. Enzyme catalyzed regioselective esterification/trans esterification of sugars and related compounds an overview/S.S. Marwaha J.K. Arora and Harish Kumar. 9. Proximate reproductive causes of decreased crop productivity in soils contaminated with heavy metals/Hans R. Dhingra. 10. Applications of halophilic enzymes in industries/M. Vivekanandan and A. Leela. 11. Diversity in fruit characters in some cucurbits of Agra and Kanpur regions/S.V.S. Chauhan. 12. The biology of fruit dehiscence in oilseed brassicas/R.C. Setia Navjyot Kaur and Neelam Setia. 13. Some plant communities are more invisible than others. Why/Zafar Reshi and B.A. Wafai. 14. Biohydrogen metabolism in cyanobacteria and green algae strategies for production of an alternative clean fuel for the future/Meenakshi Banerjee. 15. Reproductive biology of safflower (carthamus tinctorius L.) an overview/Aloka Kumari A.K. Pandey and M.R. Dhakal. 16. An update on mycotoxins methods of detection and management/Ishwar Singh and Ved pal Singh. 17. Spices as antimicrobial agents/Alka Sharma and Mamta. 18. Role of allelopathy in sustainable weed management/R.K. Kohli Daizy R. Batish and H.P. Singh. 19. Endophytic diazotrophs in non legumes and their molecular characterization/R.P. Gupta Anu Kalia and Neelam Aggrawal. 20. In vitro rapid propagation of Withania somnifera (Indian ginseng) a highly valued medicinal plant through tissue culture/Binta G. Verdia Ashok M. Dave and Yogesh T. Jasrai. 21. Role of agroforestry systems in arid and semi arid India/O.P. Toky Sandeep Arya and Bimlendra K. 22. Bio accumulation of heavy metals by water hyacinth/Abha Garg. 23. Addition of new records of fossil plants to the mesozoic flora of the Rajmahal hills Jharkhand India/B.D. Sharma and O.P. Suthar. 24. Mechanism of action of plant growth retardants inhibiting Ga biosynthesis/S.K. Thind. 25. Management of viral and bacterial plant pathogens using biopesticides/Seema Choudhary Garima Gupta and P.C. Trivedi. Index. The advancement in crop improvement in the past several decades have been phenomenal. During the last two decades or so enormous information about many facets of plant organization and development has been appearing. Some of these data are of great relevance and were sure to contribute significantly towards improvement of crop yield. This book will be highly beneficial to student teachers and research workers in the field of plant biotechnology physiology agriculture and plant science. 458 pp. Seller Inventory # 60653

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Sunita Dutta, Abhijit Dutta and Ashok Kumar Choudhary

Published by New India Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380235720 ISBN 13: 9789380235721

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About this Item: New India Pub, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: As New. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Preface Abbreviation 1 General procedures 2 Nucleic acids and Ecoli 3 Enzymes 4 Cloning 5 DNARNA separation 6 Proteins 7 Plant biotechnology Appendices Glossary References IndexThe book is subdivided into seven sections this encompass general procedures like methods of pipetting solution preparation buffers and principles of common analytical instruments essential for laboratory biotechnology experimentsThe book also includes working with nucleic acid bacteria enzymes proteins; cloning experiments and a few protocols on plant biotechnology Emphasis have been given on DNARNA isolation from various sources use of restriction enzymes ligation techniques cloning protocols screening of transformed cells various electrophoresis techniques PCR protocol etcThe appendices in the last part are included to provide information important to he study of the above-mentioned practical as a wholeThe book will be useful to students belonging to Biotechnology agriculture and allied fields The idea behind this practical manual was thus to provide theoretical basis of the practical study items to be undertaken in the laboratory in a lucid manner 254 pp. Seller Inventory # 88665

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