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G.S.L.H.V. Prasada Rao, G.G.S.N. Rao & V.U.M. Rao (Eds)

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About this Item: PHI Learning 0. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Global warming has led to climate change which in turn has led to frequent occurrence of floods, droughts, and cold and heat waves, affecting the productivity of food grain in a large measure. This book studies the effects of regional climate change on the agriculture sector in different states of India. The book also discusses the impact of global warming on the agriculture sector across the world and describes in particular how climate change/variability is affecting rainfall, temperature and land in various states of India. It also suggests adaptation techniques which can be evolved to neutralize the adverse effects of climate change. Besides, the text explains the need for weather risk management, agromet advisory services, weather insurance, and the principles and practices of integrated watershed management through a consortium of approaches for mitigating the adverse impact of climate change in the semi-arid tropics. This book, with contributions from experts in the field and edited by academics who are authority on the subject, should prove to be extremely useful to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Agriculture, planners, policy makers and administrators. CONTENTS: Preface 1. Weather Extremes and Food Security?G.S.L.H.V. Prasada Rao 2. Regional Climate Change Impacts in India?G.G.S.N. Rao, A.V.M.S. Rao, M. Vanaja, V.U.M. Rao and Y.S. Ramakrishna 3. Climate Change and Agriculture over Kerala?G.S.L.H.V. Prasada Rao, D. Alexander, K.N. Krishnakumar and C.S. Gopakumar 4. Climate Change and Agriculture over Tamil Nadu?V. Geethalakshmi and Ga. Dheebakaran 5. Climate Change and Agriculture over Karnataka?M.B. Rajegowda, B.T. Ravindrababu, N.A. Janardhanagowda and N. Jagadeesh 6. Climate Change and Agriculture over Northern Karnataka?H. Venkatesh, K. Krishna Kumar, S.G. Aski and S.N. Kulkarni 7. Climate Change and Agriculture over Andhra Pradesh?D. Raji Reddy, G. Sreenivas and N.R.G. Varma 8. Weather Hazards on Crops over Maharashtra?R.N. Sabale 9. Climate Change and Agriculture over Maharashtra?D.D. Mokashi, J.D. Jadhav, and J.R. Kadam 10. Climate Change and Agriculture over Chhattisgarh?A.S.R.A.S. Sastri, Somnath Choudhary and Sanjeev Malaiya 11. Climate Change and Agriculture over Orissa?S. Pasupalak 12. Climate Change and Agriculture over Gujarat?Vyas Pandey and H.R. Patel 13. Climate Change and Rainfed Agro-ecosystems over Madhya Pradesh?K.K. Agrawal, S.D. Upadhyay and A.P. Upadhyay 14. Climate Change and Agriculture over West Bengal?Saon Bannerjee and S.A. Khan 15. Climate Variability and Crop Production over the Arid Rajasthan?A.S. Rao 16. Climate Change and Agriculture over Eastern Uttar Pradesh?Padmakar Tripathi and A.K. Singh 17. Climate Change and Agriculture over Assam?K.K. Nath and R.L. Deka 18. Implications of Climatic Change for Sustainable Agriculture in Haryana?Diwan Singh, Surender Singh and V.U.M. Rao 19. Climate Change and Agriculture over Uttarakhand?S.K. Tripathi and B. Chintamanie 20. Climate Change and Agriculture over Punjab?Prabhjyot-Kaur and S.S. Hundal 21. Climate Change and Temperate Horticulture over Himachal Pradesh?Mohan Singh Jangra and I.M. Sharma 22. Climate Change and Agriculture over Jammu and Kashmir?M.K. Khushu, Mahender Singh and Anil Sharma 23. Weather Risk Management and Weather Insurance?G.S.L.H.V. Prasada Rao, V.U.M. Rao and G.G.S.N. Rao Index Printed Pages: 352. Seller Inventory # 10573

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N D R Chandra

Published by Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors (2010)

ISBN 10: 8184351305 ISBN 13: 9788184351309

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About this Item: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The anthology is an illuminating critical discourse on individual texts like Naipaul?s A House of Mr. Biswas, Desai?s Cry, the Peacock and Fire on Mountain, Markandaya?s The Nowhere Man, Deshpande?s Roots and Shadow and That Long Silence, Joshi?s Foreigner, Rushdie?s Fury, Silence, Joshi?s Foreigner, Rushdie?s Fury, Naikar?s the Thief of Nagarhalli & Other Stories, Mukherjee?s Desirable Daughters, Mathur?s Making the Minister Smile, Ghose?s Antique Land, the Shadow Lines and Hungry Tide, Banerjee?s Sister of My Heart, Gokhale?s The Books of shadow, kanga?s Trying to Grow, Kunzru?s, Transmission, Lahiri?s Interpreter of Maladies and The Namesake, Basu?s The Miniaturist, Adiga?s White Tiger and so on. The volume provides a lucid and clear understanding of Postcolonial Indian English Fictions, which are diverse in their themes and styles. It also speculates on postcolonial theory and practice banking on identify, culture, gender, race, politics etc. it reflects the growth of literatures in India, which forges new narratives and new languages that tell the tales of the complex cultural ethos of our homeland and its interaction to the other worlds. The contributors include Professor Kunjo Singh, Chitto Ranjan Kar, Nirmal Selvamony, Amarnath Prasad, Gajendra Kumar, S. John Peter Joseph, Arbind K. Choudhary, Mallikarjun Patil, Darshana Trivedi, S.B. Bhambar, S.P. Swain, Bhagabat Nayak, E.N. Eswari, Jaydip Sinh Dodiya, Banibrata Mahanta, Mala Sharma, V.K. Singh, and others. Printed Pages: 360. Seller Inventory # 3349

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C.P. Sinha,U.C. Dwivedi

Published by Sundeep Prakashan (2001)

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About this Item: Sundeep Prakashan, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. First edition. This compilation is an insight into Saivism and its various incarnates to prevalence in the ancient times. The book contains rich contribution of emissaries on Saivism and art and architecture entwined with it. Preface 1. What is Lingam in Saivism?/Haripriya Rangarajan 2. Depictions of Siva with Three Faces and Four Hands/N.P. Joshi 3. Influence of Saivism in Epigraphs, Art, Iconography and Architecture : A Case Study of the Doiyang-Dhasiri Valley in Assam/Hemendranath Dutta 4. Nataraja, Images from Assam/N.C. Das 5. Early Saiva Sects and Temple Art and Architecture of Tamil Country/T. Satyamurthy 6. Ardhanarisvara : Murti in the Temple Art of Andhra Pradesh : A Comparative Iconographical Study (Early Chalukya to Vijayanagara)/P.N. Naidu 7. Trissur Vatakkunathan Temple : A Study of its Specialities/T.P. Sankarankutty Nair 8. Siva Temple at Prambanan Architecture and Sculpture : A Review/Tara Kashyap 9. Gaya : A Potential Center of Saivism and its Art/Arvind Mahajan 10. Svabhisekamurti, A Rare Image of Siva/S.N. Shivarudraswamy 11. Siva as Bhairava Worshipped in Varanasi/Bhanu Agrawal 12. Bhikshatanamurti in South Indian Art (with Special Reference to Viajayanagara Period)/D. Kiran Kranth Choudhary 13. Concept of Saivism Amongst the Garo Animists of Meghalaya/Julius L.R. Marak 14. The Worship of Siva Among the Bodo-Kacharis of Assam/Paramita Das 15. Influence of Saivism in the Folk Music of Assam/Anima Choudhary 16. Landmarks of Bahubali Images in Karnataka/Maruti Nandan Tiwari, Prof. K.D. Bajpai 17. Memorial Lecture : Varaha Images in Madhya Pradesh : An Iconographic Study/Haripriya Rangarajan 18. Report of the Indian Art History Congress, Dharmasthala, Karnataka/Choodamani Nandgopal 19. Report of the General Secretary/R.D. Choudhury 20. Office Bearers of the Indian Art History Congress Printed Pages: 184. Seller Inventory # 1292

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K. Choudhary, R. P. Saran, S. Dadasaheb andn N. Soni

Published by Scientific Publisher-Competition Tutor (2017)

ISBN 10: 9386652366 ISBN 13: 9789386652362

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About this Item: Scientific Publisher-Competition Tutor, 2017. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. The present book “SET Life Science: Solved Papers” is specially developed for the aspirants of SET Life Sciences Examinations. This book includes previous solved papers SET Life Science papers of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Gujarat and Rajasthan. Main objective of this book is to develop confidence among the candidates appearing for SET examination in the field of Life Sciences. Both fundamental and practical aspects of the subject have been covered by solved questions. This book meets the challenging requirements of CSIR-NET, GATE, IARI, BARC and Ph.D entrance of various Indian universities. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 123376

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Binoy N. Verma

Published by B.R. Publishing Corporation (1998)

ISBN 10: 8176460389 ISBN 13: 9788176460385

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The eastern region of India has been a playground of floods causing great losses almost every year particularly in agrarian/rural setting of the constituent states of this region. A National Seminar on Flood Devastation and Development in Eastern India was organised during 28-29 November 1997 by the Department of Agricultural Economics, Rajendra Agricultural University, Pusa, Samastipur, Bihar. It was decided in this convention that "The best of 25 years" research output should be identified in such a way that the selected research output covers emerging issues of development process in agriculture. Contents:- Vol. I. The Background Volume: 1. Agricultural economy of the eastern region/Binoy N. Verma. 2. Agro-economic profile of Bihar plains: a regional analysis/R.K.P. Singh and A.B. Singh. 3. Performance of Bihar agriculture under agro-climate regional planning/G.C. Srivastava & Shivendra Kumar. 4. Growth and instability in production of principles foodgrain crops in North Bihar/R.K.P. Singh and Kumar Priya Ranjan. 5. Crop specific regional performance in Bihar with special reference to rice/Jawahar Thakur. 6. Trends in diversification towards high value crops in Bihar/Binoy N. Verma. 7. Land use pattern in Bihar--a temporal analysis/Arbind Kr. Choudhary & R.K.P. Singh. 8. Rice-wheat cropping system in Bihar/R.N. Yadav. 9. Agricultural marketing in Bihar--an overview/B.B. Singh. 10. Bihar--the premier state in production and export of litchi in India/B.B. Singh. 11. Development constraints in institutional finance in Bihar/Neeraj Sharma and K.M. Singh. 12. Economics of minor irrigation in Bihar--a case of financial viability of shallow tubewells/R.B. Yadav. 13. Economic analysis of flood prone farms/C.P. Yadav. 14. Equity in benefits from irrigation--a regional study with reference to Gandak Command Area in Bihar/B.S. Gupta. 15. Dynamics of demand and supply of milk in Bihar by 2001 A.D./M.L. Waris. 16. Economics of Makhana cultivation in Bihar/J.N. Choudhary, Om Prakash, O.N. Jha and P.K. Jha. 17. Fisheries development in Bihar/L.N. Singh and J.N. Choudhary. 18. Rice in eastern India--a case study of different rice ecosystems with particular reference to Boro rice cultivation/K.M. Singh, Neeraj Sharma, R.K.P. Sharma and J.N. Rai. 19. Employment, labour productivity and migration of agricultural labour in flood prone and flood free area in Bihar/S.C.P. Thakur. Vol. II. The Proceedings Volume: I. Ecology of flood and flood losses: 1. A scientific approach to collection of data on flood damages/Kamta Prasad. 2. Socio-economics of floods and flood control--a case study in north Bihar/Anand Verdhen and T. Prasad. 3. Eastern region: the playground of floods--an inter-regional analysis of flood consequences with a focus on Bihar/Binoy N. Verma and Deepa Kumari. 4. Flood problem and water resource management in eastern region, India/R.K. Pandey. 5. Loss prevention of biodiversity in flood prone eco-systems/Harsh Kumar, S.K.T. Nagar, M. Kumar, V.K. Shahi and V.K. Choudhary. 6. Disaster mapping as a tool for development management: an approach to flood damage control/Manu Gupta and Anshu Sharma. 7. Plant behaviour under flooding regime : the biochemical paradigm/H. Haque and O.P. Pandey. 8. Rivers of Nepal and flood devastation in eastern India/Dilli B.K.C. and R.P. Bhari. II. Socio-economic profile of flood: 9. Crop production stability in flood prone area--an economic analysis/R.P. Singh. 10. Determinants of agricultural sustainability in a flood prone region of Bihar/G.C. Srivastava. 11. A case study of socio-economic impact of floods in Haryana/V.K. Singh and R.K. Patel. 12. Socio-economic aspects of disaster reduction/Gouri S. Gupta. 13. An economic assessment of flood-prone agriculture in Kalyanpur block of Samastipur district: a case study/R.N. Yadav and B.B. Singh. 14. Impact of flood on agricult Printed Pages: 614. Seller Inventory # 7572

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edited by Sada Bihari Sahu

Published by S.K. Book Agency (2014)

ISBN 10: 9383158301 ISBN 13: 9789383158300

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About this Item: S.K. Book Agency, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Academic Liberationship in Modern Age/Dr. Sunil Kumar Satpathy. 2. Information Literacy and Academic Librarianship/Jayanta Kumar Tripathy. 3. Publication Productivity of Two Premier Physics Journals: A Comparative Bibliometric Study/Dr. Sada Bihari Sahuand and Dr. Dilip K. Swain. 4. Berhampur University's Research Output Indexed in Scopus During 2008-2012: A Bibliometric Analysis/Rabindra K. Maharana . 5. Changing Role of Library Professionals in the Modern Digital Era: Issues and Challenges/Bedadyuti Sahoo. 6. A Bibliometric Analysis of Scientific Output on Skin Cancer/Dr. Abdul Mannan Khan and Mehnaz Siddiqui. 7. Access and Use of Library Resources and Services by PG Students of Computer Application, North Orissa University, Baripada: A Study/Jharanabati Murmu and Dr. Dillip K. Swain. 8. Collection Management in HKM State Library: A case study/ Rudra Prasad Behera. 9. Preparedness of librarians for Smart Space Technology Espousal in Library and Information Infrastructure/Dr. Bijayalami Rautaray and Dr. Chandrakanta Swain. 10. Use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): Challenges and Opportunities in Libraries/Dr. Kamal Lochan Jena. 11. Towards Librarians and Users Relationship Attitude/Dr. Chandrakanta Swain and Dr. Bijayalami Rautaray. 12. TQM and its Applicability in Libraries/D.R. Meher. 13. Understanding the Key Aspects of Research Design/Dr. Dillip K. Swain and Dr. Santosh Kumar Satapathy. 14. Preservation and Conservation of Electronic Resources: Issues and Challenges/Aklesh Kumar and Dr. R.K. Choudhary. 15. Facets of ICT Implementation in Library and Information Systems and Services/Mustahsan Usmani Raja. 16. TQM Approach to the Learning Resource Centre: A Critical Appraisal of Gyanodya/Khursheed Ahmad. Seller Inventory # 113425

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K.N. Dikshit

Published by Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2008. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: `Archaeology - Some Challenges in the 21st Century`: Presidential Address R.C. Tripathi `Globalization and Indian Archaeology` :Y.D. Sharma Memorial Lecture Dilip K. Chakrabarti `Out of Africa` Revisited within the Framework of Indian Prehistory D.K. Bhattacharya Archaeological Investigations in the Middle Bhima Basin, Maharashtra: A Preliminary Report Varada Khaladkar Neolithic Culture in Kalimpong and Sikkim: A Reassessment G. K. Lama Excavation at Pachrahi (2007-08) S.S. Yadav and Atula Kumar Pradhan Excavations at Juafardih and its identification with Kulika S.C. Saran, N.G. Nikoshey, S. Nayan, J.K. Tiwari, A. Arif and N. Saxena Bilot Kafir Kot: A Splendour of Gandhara Nagara Temple Architecture top Farzand Masih Identifying the Surroundings of Nalanda Mahavihara (2005-06) Bijoy Kumar Choudhary Excavation at Pakhanna, Bankura Asok Datta The Architectural Landscape of the Kamakhya Temple Complex Sukanya Sharma Zero in Early Indian Inscriptions Arvind Kumar Singh A Preliminary Report on the Discovery of Kharoshthi Inscriptions at the City-Site of Kampyrtepa (Uzbekistan), Based on the Results of Archaeological Excavations 2007 E. V. Rtveladze Cotton: A Probe into Archaeological Evidences Charu Smita Gupta and Anamika Pathak Bronze Images of Female Buddhist Deities from Sirpur Prabhat Kumar Singh Revisiting the Role of Climate in the Collapse of the Indus-Sarasvati Civilization Michel Danino Vedic Irina and the Rann-of-Kutch R.N. Iyengar, B.P.Radhakrishna and S.S. Mishra Notes and News Some Salient Features of the Surface Architecture of Megaliths of Hazaribag Subhashis Das Chalcolithic Knobbed Ware R.N. Kumaran Ganeshwar People Knew Numerals and Simple Arithmetic Ratan Chandra Agarwala Does the Inscribed Terracotta Cake from Bhirrana Represent the Mature Harappan Creed? L.S. Rao Star Shaped Temples of Mansar A.K. Sharma Bakraur - A Repository of Rich Archaeological Property P.K. Mishra Buddhist Stupa Complex at Deour Kothara and Dundi Gadhi and the Monuments in Its Neighbourhood A.K. Singh Excavations at Hariharpur, District Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh Vibha Tripathi Ancient Irrigation Canal: Evidence from the Purna Basin, Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra top Bhaskar Deotare, Gurudas Shete, Reshma Sawant and Satish Naik Concentric Circles: Kushan Structural Riddle in Kashmir B.R. Mani A Preliminary Report of Faunal Remains from Madina, Rohtak District, Haryana P.P. Joglekar, Manmohan Kumar and V.S. Shinde Terracotta Mini Balls from Vadnagar: A Macroscopic Study Ambika Patel and Rajesh S.V. Talab Shahi: An Archaeological Study of a Medieval Dam at Dholpur M.K. Pundhir Metallographic Investigations of Iron Objects found in the Megalithic Burials in Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra S.V.Joshi, P.P. Deshpande, R.K. Mohanty, N.B. Dhokey and M.A. More Faunal Remains Recovered From the Neolithic Phase at Jhusi, District Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh P.P. Joglekar, J.N. Pal, V.D. Misra and M.C. Gupta Report of International Workshop on Use of Remote Sensing and Other Scientific Techniques in the Archaeology of Asia Vidula Jayaswal ONGC Project Saraswati near Jaisalmer, Rajasthan ACTIVITIES OF THE INDIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Report of XLI Annual Conference of Indian Archaeological Society held at Raipur, Chhattisgarh, from 1s` to 4th December 2007. Book Reviews Misra, V.N. 2007. Rajasthan: Prehistoric and Early Historic Foundations 266 D.P. Agrawal Nagar, Malti. 2008. Hunter-Gatherers in North and Central India: An Ethnoarchaeological Study V.N. Misra Chakrabarti, Dilip. 2007. Archaeological Geography of the Ganga Plain - The Upper Ganga (Oudh Printed Pages: 303. Seller Inventory # 1464

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edited by K. Muthuchelian

Published by Daya (2013)

ISBN 10: 8170358248 ISBN 13: 9788170358244

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About this Item: Daya, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Biodiversity and its conservation/R. Ramanujam and R. Seenivasan. 2. Biodiversity loss: causes and consequences/R. Ganesan, S. Venkatesan and K. Muthuchelian. 3. Indian biodiversity: proud to say but pathetic to see/V. Kumar and S. Vinoth Kumar. 4. Approaches and strategy for biodiversity conservation/J. Pushpa. 5. Biodiversity measurement approaches and challenges/P. Selvam, D. Mitursan and R. Kannan. 6. Biosphere reserves: concept design and functions in protection and maintenance of biodiversity in India/A.G. Pandurangan. 7. Role of corporates in conservation of biodiversity/B. Anbazhagan, K.P. Ganesan and S.S. Vignesh. 8. Conservation of medicinal and aromatic plant resources in Chhattisgarh/V.K. Choudhary. 9. Social forestry: a tool for carbon sequestration sustainable development and conserving biodiversity/Jayesh Pathak. 10. Role of nurseries in stable source of income for rural people and biodiversity conservation/E. Mohan and K. Rajendran. India being one of the 17 megadiversity nation in the world. India possesses a diversity of ecological habitats ranging from tropical sub-tropical alpine to desert. In India, the Western Ghat and the Eastern Himalayan forests have been identified as the megadiversity hot spots. In fact within the 2.4% of the world's total land area, India is known to have 11% and 7.5% of the flora and fauna respectively. Biodiversity creates a systematic frame work for analyzing the problem and searching for possible solutions. The year of 2010 is considered as the International Year of Biodiversity which includes a series of programme to protect the biodiversity. The convention on Biodiversity CBD will provide India an opportunity to consolidate, scale-up and demonstrate our initiatives and strengths on biodiversity. Seller Inventory # 110380

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Manoj K. Vidyalalankar

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ISBN 10: 9382532951 ISBN 13: 9789382532958

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About this Item: Yking Books, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents : Preface. 1. Colonial attitude towards English vis-à-vis global trends in ELT/Sanjiv Kumar. 2. Shakespeare’s dramatic application of language in Macbeth/Archana D. Tyagi. 3. Displaced existence of feminist Indian diasporic writers/Priyanka Vaidya. 4. Gandhijis constructive programme its meaning and place in the modern day context/Suchitra Awasthi. 5. Violence and its spiritual antidote in the novels of R.K. Narayan/Rita Garg. 6. Stephen gill’s response to India with special reference to the coexistence/Devender Kumar. 7. Theme of absurdity in waiting for Godot/Sandeep Kumar. 8. Amitav Ghosh’s countdown: A critical study/Ravi Jauhari and Kiran Kamboj. 9. Mahesh Dattani’s Tara: Paradoxical existence of girl child in contemporary Indian social reality/Sarika Dubey. 10. Transition in status of women-from Lajwanti to Malala: with reference to Lajwanti by Mulk Raj Anand/Rupal Amyn Farista. 11. Power relation and mimicry of British imperialism in Vikram Seth’s a suitable boy/Shalini. 12. Challenges of creative expression: a study of Namita Gokhale’s Paro: dreams of Passion/Shanker. 13. Tradition and modernity: a study of Vijay Tendulkar’s Kamala/Satpal Singh. 14. Rasa aesthetics in Rabindranath Tagore’s : The Hidden treasure and other stories/Salesh. 15. Marital canopy: fragmentation of marital bonds in Manju Kapur’s custody/Priyanka. 16. The image of desert in Dhola Maru/Shankar Lal Choudhary. 17. Nayantara Sahgal: a political Novelist/Devendra Kumar Tiwari. 18. A.E. Housman’s poetics: a critical appraisal/Jawed Akhtar. 19. Recovering the lost innocence: a romantic study of David Malouf’s an imaginary life/Bhavya Singhal. 20. Gurudev: Rabindranath Tagore through my eyes/Priyanka Mazumdar. 21. Music in 21st century (modern Music)/Abhay Dubey. This book aims to open new canons of English Literature for the scholars of English literature and others beyond that. The purpose of the book is to provide an outline of the development of the literature with due regard to national life, and to give appreciative interpretation of the work of the most important authors. The book combines satisfactory achievement of these efforts with a selection of authors, works and with ample exactness and details. I think that a reference book of this kind should have such research articles which supply a systematic research of the important authors and this book fulfills this dimension. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 118750

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Uma Joshi, Rameshwari Pandya and Avani Maniar

Published by Author Press (2012)

ISBN 10: 8172736452 ISBN 13: 9788172736453

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About this Item: Author Press, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. I. Ageing : A challenge: 1. Attitude of academicians towards increased retirement age/G.L. Bagdi. 2. Mean differences in life satisfaction of elderly people in urban and semi-urban region of Lucknow (UP)/Priyanka and Sunita Mishra. 3. Ageing: problems and solutions/Santosh Tikoo and Jagdish Gupta. 4. Emerging challenges of old age care in India/Garima Choudhary, Jatinder K. Gulati and Deepshikha. 5. Thantaphobia death anxiety in elderly as related to religiosity/Princy and Tejpreet Kaur Kang. 6. Active and joyful ageing--engaging approach in later adulthood/Poonam Gandhi-Moirangthem. 7. Feminisation of ageing/Anjali Raje. 8. Perceptions of the elderly regarding late adulthood and their problems/Uma Joshi and Streemlet Sohtren. 9. Our laws and the problems of senior citizens a hypothesis/Y.S. Purohit. 10. Ageing in Gujarat trend analysis of population census/Y.S. Purohit. II. The elderly and health issues problems and challenges: 11. The association of health management with the health of elderly people/Deepshikha and Ashu K. Bajwa. 12. Curcumin as an anti ageing secret to live a healthy life/Kunda Mahajan and Himani Puri. 13. The elderly and health management/Anand Ambali. 14. Elderly health problems: issues and solutions/Varsha Parikh and Rameshwari Pandya. 15. A study of health problems faced by elderly women/Mona Mehta. 16. Healthy old age/Vrushali Datar and Kavita Kholgade. 17. A study on behavioural techniques and adult diapers in managing incontinence/Suman D. Mundkur. 18. Risk factor profile of geriatric type 2 diabetes mellitus subjects/Uma M. Iyer, Shonima Venugopal and Swati Dhruv. 19. Communications for behaviour change/Pallavi Mehta, Komal Chauhan, Hemangini Gandhi and Hetal Shah. 20. Elderly health management/Rameshwari Pandya and Nidita Joshi. 21. Osteoporosis/Hansa Kang. Vol. II: III. Elderly and institutionalization: 22. Impact of interventions on the quality of life of institutionalized elderly/Sushma Goel and Mayanka Gupta. 23. Socio-cultural life of the elderly living in old age homes of Varanasi city (U.P.)Indira Bishnoi, Sarita Verma and Manmeet Kaur. 24. Clothing needs of elderly Indian women suffering from Arthritis/Armaiti Shukla. 25. Communications for behaviour change/Pallavi Mehta, Komal Chauhan, Hemangini Gandhi and Hetal Shah. 26. Old age homes: emerging reality/Uma Joshi and Binny Thobhani. IV. The elderly and intergenerational relationships: 27. The role of grandparents in child rearing/Hina Mankodi and Pooja Sanghvi. 28. Intergenerational relationships/Kushagra Joshi, S. Thind and Sushma Jaswal. 29. Presence of grandparents in families/Sarjoo Patel and Maneesha Shukul. 30. Today's youth: views of silver citizen/Sangeeta Chaudhary. V. The elderly and economic security: 31. Helping the senile to be Independent/Dimple Saluja and Anuradha Mathu. 32. Economic security arrangements in the context of population ageing in India/Serene Shekhar and Bela R. Sadhu. 33. Economic social and legal security for the elderly/Prafull Chavate. 34. Work status of retired elderly/Avani Maniar and Shivani Mehta. VI. The elderly and media: 35. Introducing senior citizens to the digital world/Avani Maniar, Mitali Shah and Krutika Muley. 36. Old age: golden technology/Serene Shekhar, Pragaya Dashora, Hasumati D. Shashtri and Beene Patel. 37. The elderly and media: uncharted territories/Mira K. Desai. VII. The elderly and home: 38. A study on the physical environment of the homes of aged couples living Independently/Neerja Jaiswal and Namrata Dodia. 39. Elderly friendly initiative in making a home/Mahima Taparia and Manjari Aacharya. VIII. The elderly and abuse: 40. They too count elder abuse and mistreatment the need for social work intervention/M.N. Parmar, Aruna Khasgiwala and Sunita Rakesh Jolly. 41. Elder abuse/Beena Patel, Bela Sadhu and Hasumati D. Shastri. 42. Ageing with alternate sexuality/Veena Panjwani. Index. Seller Inventory # 109140

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edited by N. Malarkodi, Gerta Keller, A.N. Reddy and B.C. Jaiprakash

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About this Item: Geological Society of India, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. I. Applications: 1. Micropaleontology in multi-disciplinary research: applications to OAE2 and KTB/G. Keller. 2. Larger foraminiferal biostratigraphy of early paleogene sections in India/A. Govindan. 3. Micropaleontological response to mid-late creataceous oceanic anoxic events/M.B. Hart. 4. Sequence stratigraphic analysis of the mixed siliciclastic carbonate sediments middle jurassic of the patcham island, Kachchh, Western India: an ichnological approach/S.J. Patel, J.K. Joseph and N.Y. Bhatt. 5. Sequence stratigraphy of late cretaceous successions in the Ramnad sub-basin, Cauvery Basin, India/A. N. Reddy, B.C. Jaiprakash, M.V. Rao, L. Chidambaram and K.V. Bhaktavatsala. 6. Stratigraphic classifications and advances in microfossil studies: implications for hydrocarbon exploration in India/D.S.N. Raju. II. Paleoecology –Recent: 1. Distribution of recent benthic ostracoda off Rameswaram, Palk strait, Tamil Nadu, South East Coast of India/K. Baskar, S.G.D. Sridhar, S.M. Hussain, A. Solai and R. Kalaivanan. 2. Distribution of Benthic ostracoda in the surface and sub-surface sediments of backwaters of Ernakulam, Kerala, Southwest coast of India : Implications on microenvironment/S.M. Hussain, E.C. Kuleen, K. Jisha, K. Elumalai, and G. Ravi. 3. Sediment characteristics and forminiferal distribution in the bet zone of the great Rann of Kutchchh, Western India/N. Khonde, D.M. Maurya, A. Das and L.S. Chamya. 4. Effect of temperature and salinity on stable isotopic composition of benthic foraminiferal tests: culture experiments on shallow water species/R.K. Sujata, V.N. Linshy, Rajeev Saraswat and Rajiv Nigam. III. Global Bioevents-pe and KTB: 1. Paleoclimate and paleoenvironment of the Naredi formation early Eocene, Kutch, Gujarat, India/H. Khozyem, T. Adatte, G. Keller, Jorge E. Spangenberg, N. Saravanan and S. Bajpai. 2. Biostratigraphy and foraminiferal Paleoecology of the early Eocene Naredi formation, SW Kutch, India/G. Keller, H. Khozyem, T. Adatte and J. Spangenberg. 3. Strontium Isotope stratigraphy of the Naredi formation, Kutch/D. Anwar, A.K. Choudhary and P.K. Sarawati. 4. Palaeoenvironmental significance of rectilinear benthic foraminifera in the middle Eocene section of matanomadh sub-basin, Kutch/S. Khanolkar and P.K. Saraswati. 5. Early Paleocene planktic foraminifers and stratigraphy, Jaisalmer Basin, Rajasthan/P. Kalia, Swapna Rabha and Rokosuno Kintso. 6. Paleocene to early Eocene planktonic foraminifera of the Pondicherry Area, South India/N. Malarkodi, Chingakham Usharani Devi and C.S. Bhargava Sharma. 7. Multiproxy evidence of main Deccan trap pulse near the cretaceous tertiary boundary/T. Adatte and G. Keller. 8. Deccan continental flood basalt eruption terminated Indian dinosaurs before cretaceous paleogene boundary/D.M. Mohabey and B. Samant. 9. Aquilapollenites pollen from Deccan intertrappean sediments: age implications/B. Samant, Deepali Thakre and D.M. Mohabey. 10. Palaeoecology and affinity of ostracod fauna from the classic localities of Lameta formation of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India/S.C. Khosla, A.S. Rathore, M.L. Nagori and S.R. Jakhar. 11. Terminal mastrichtian age calcareous nannofossils preceding the K/T mass extinction from the Ariyalur formation, Vridhachalam area, South India/Jyotsana Raj, J. Malarkodi and N. Abha. IV. Biodiversity and stratigraphy in deep time: 1. Forminiferal composition and biostratigraphy of middle to late Jurassic sequence, Ler Dome, Kutch/A. Talib and S.M. Sharique Faisal. 2. Significance of planktic foraminifera across the cenomanian turonian boundary in Southern India/R. Venkatachalapathy and G. Shanmugavalli. 3. Late Permian palnofossils from the Pali formation, South Rewa basin, Madhya Pradesh, India/Ram Awatar and Saurabh Gautam. 4. Neoproterozoic chert permineralized silicified microbiota from the carbonate facies of Raipur Group, Chhattisgarh basin, India: their biostratigraphic significance/V.K. Singh and R. Babu. 5. An evaluation of carbona. Seller Inventory # 113593

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Kambaska Kumar Behera

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Underutilized fruits and vegetables of India with special reference to Eastern Himalayan hills/Suresh Kumar, P. Abirami, K. Devi P. Baskaran V. Kanwat, M. and Sangeetha A. 2. Value addition of underutilized fruits and vegetables of sustainable rural livelihoods/Neetu Sharma, Pradeep Sharma, Sanjay Kumar, Anand Singh and Parveen Sharma. 3. Organic farming a way for sustaining productivity of seed spices/R.S. Mehta, G. Lal and S.S. Meena. 4. Sabai grass cultivation and the socio economic staus of rural people of Mayurbhanj Odisha/Kambaska Kumar Behera. 5. Underutilized cucurbits/Sudhakar Pandey and B.R. Choudhary. 6. Value addition of arid zone fruits through processing for sustainable rural livelihood/R.N. Prasad, S.N.S. Chaurasia, R.B. Yadava and D.K. Singh. 7. Phyto-diversity status with reference to medicinal and aromatic plants of North Western Himalayas, India/Parveen Kumar Sharma, Narain Singh Chouhan, Sanjay Kumar, Neetu Sharma and Anand Singh. 8. Kewanch Mucuna pruriensL. an important underutilized medicinal plants/Puspendra Kumar, Arjun Patra and Kambaska Kumar Behera. 9. Value added products from lesser known underutilized fruits/Nihar Ranjan Sahoo and Dipika Sahoo. 10. Pseudo-cereals as an alternative crop of cereals/Shrilekha Misra. 11. The underutilized future crops: an overview/Prakash Kumar Sarangi, Anath Bandhu Das, Sonali Nanda, Anupama Baliarsingh and Satyananda Jena. 12. Prospective of some minor bulbous ornamentals/Kambaska Kumar Behera. 13. Amorphophallus: an underutilized potential tuber crop/Kambaska Kumar Behera. 14. Genetic resources of underutilized horticultural crops in India: strategies for conservation and utilization/M. Sankaran, Jai Prakash and K. Dhinesh Babu. 15. Potential underutilized tuber crops: a comprehensive study/Kambaska Kumar Behera, Shrilekha Misra and Renu Bist. 16. Underutilized oil yielding crops in changing environment/Prakash Kumar Sarangi, Kambaska Kumar Behera and Hara Prasad Sahoo. Underutilized plant species are sort of plants in which their potentiality is much more in lieu of food security and medicine in the present context. An important constraint on the promotion and exploration of many underutilized plant species for increasing food security and health is the lack of information on plant properties. A resulting threat is the the potential contributions of these underutilized plant species to food security and health are difficult to estimate. On the other hand, there is a wide range of underutilized plant species with well known nutritional and medicinal properties, which have the potential for further promotion as they are locally known culturally accepted and often well established component of farming systems and diet. This category of underutilized plant species may have other constraints such as low productivity poor seed setting or post harvest problems. The aim of promoting underutilized plant species for income generation is to increase the direct economic benefits to poor people and vulnerable groups of rural mass by providing additional cash income. Underutilized plant species with a potential for income generation can be divided into those with identified or not identified potential and also into those with a market potential at local, National or Global level which not only explore the potentiality of the species but also help in conservation of biodiversity. The book Potential Prospective of Underutilized Plant Species carries 16 chapters and covers most of the underutilized and under exploited plants, their botany, on farm agro-technology developed by our distinguished scientist, potential use and the agro climate zone where the species predominately found and their traditional use by rural mass. This book is unique in providing practical knowledge, agro-technology and ideas in employing the underutilized plant species to Indian agriculture as a safe guard for preventing hunger and income generation to poor and marginal farmers and f. Seller Inventory # 109680

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edited by H K Chourasia and A K Roy

Published by Today & Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, (2016)

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About this Item: Today & Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Medicinal plant diversity: taxonomic approaches to authentic collection, biological screening, cultivation, conservation and trade/Pankay Sahu and T.R. Sahu. 2. Microbes: a functional mediator for phytonematode management in medicinal plants/Rakesh Pandey, Rupali Gupta and Akanksha Singh. 3. Comparative study on ethnomedicinal uses practiced by the ethnic groups of Sundargarh, Mayurbhanj, Angul, Balangir and Deogarh Districts, Odisha, India/harish Singh. 4. Chlorocholine chloride induced stevioside accumulation and differential expression of UGT85c2 Gene in micropropagated and field grown plants of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni/Avishek Dey, Sayanti Kundu and Abhijit Bandyopadhyay. 5. Advances in plant biotechnology/H.P. Sharma. 6. Sustainable harvest of gum from three important medicinal plants of Odisha/S.P. Mishra, T. Paramanik, N. Behera and A. Pradhan. 7. Ethnomedicinal trees of Kashmir/Sajad Ali Lone and Veena Chandra. 8. Ethnobotanical uses of plants in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India/Lal Ji Singh, Gautam Anuj Ekka and Sanjay Mishra. 9. Deterioration of crude herbal drugs under storage and its management/H.B. Singh and H.K. Chourasia. 10. Diversity of ethnomedicinal plants and their conservation in Aurangabad District, Bihar/Gopal Krishna, Anant Kumar, Anand Kumar, Shyam Biswa and P. Lakshminarasimhan. 11. Mycotoxigenic Fungi, Ochratoxin A and Citrinin in some common spices of India/Punam Jeswal and Dhiraj Kumar. 12. Suggestive approach to motivate students in pursuing researches in medicinal plants/S. Bandyopadhyay. 13. Opportunities in cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plant research in India/Pawan Kumar, Ashish Ranjan and P.K. Singh. 14. Ethnomedicinal Plants of Dhenkanal District, Odisha, India/K.A. Sujana Amit Diwakar Pandey and Abha Anand. 16. Human diet and health management using medicinal and aromatic plants/H.B. Gupta, Saroj Srivastava and Abha Anand. 16. Rational use of wetland produce for the welfare of mankind/R.N. Yadava, Fazi Ali and Veena Singh. 17. Survey of ethnomedicinal plants of Parasnath Wildlife Sanctuary, Giridih, Jharkhand/Vinay Ranjan. 18. Indian Cycas L. : An overview/A B D Selvam. 19. A preliminary report on the ethnoveterinary medicinal plants of Bargarh District, Western Odisha, India/Alok Ranjan Sahu, Jogeswar Panigrahi and S P Mishra. 20. Global scenario of medicinal plants : present strategies and future challenges/AK Roy SK Pandey and SCR Chandel. 21. Medicinal plant trade and industry of Stevia Leaf/Reshma Xaxlo and S R Panda. 22. Medicinal and aromatic plants of Tamar and Bundu Blocks of Ranchi District of Jharkhand with their uses and strategies for their conservation/Dara Singh Gupta and Ashok Kumar. 23. Status of medicinal and aromatic plant wealth in India/Shaheda Khanam and Shafi Ahmad. 24. Health benefits of Cinnamon/Meenakshi Akhouri and Khushboo Tirkey. 25. Medicinal importance of Carica papaya Linn/Kiran Kumari. 26. Medicinal and therapeutic importance of Jamun in health management/Renu Kumari. 27. Biotechnological interventions for the conservation of medicinal plants/Ravi S Singh, Ruchi Singh, Ujjwal Kumar, Anjani Kumar and Prabhash K Singh. 28. Conservation, cultivation, diseases and therapeutic importance of medicinal and aromatic plants/Pushpa. 29. Phytochemical screening of some herbs of Mandar Hill Region, Banka, Bihar/Raj Kishore Mahto and BK Choudhary. 30. Reclamation and management of wasteland/Arvind Kumar and Manish Kumar. 31. Possibilities of cotton crop growing in Dhanbad of Jharkhand state of India/Rajesh Kumar. 32. Practice of Ayurveda : challenges in India/Manju. 33. Recent advances in collection, characterization and development of cultivation technology of important medicinal plants in India/D P Mishra. 34. Antifungal activity of purified aegialitis rotundifolia extract against pathogenic fungi mycovellosiella/Saurov Sett, T K De, Arup Kumar Mitra and Nirup Bikash Mondal. 35. Standardization of herbal drugs: issues and pers. Seller Inventory # 121810

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edited by Virendra Singh

Published by Daya (2014)

ISBN 10: 9351242668 ISBN 13: 9789351242666

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About this Item: Daya, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Propagation and cultivation: 1. Propagation Technologies of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) from Softwood Cuttings/Virendra Singh, Sonika Choudhary, R.K. Rana and L.K. Sharma. 2. Standardization of Agro-techniques of Hippophae salicifolia D. Don (Seabuckthorn) of Sikkim Himalayas/B.C. Basistha, N.P. Sharma, L. Lepcha and A. Sen. 3. Effect of Irrigation, Cultivars and Mulch Types on Soil Nutrient Availability and Vegetative Growth of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)/Carl Boivin, Helene Rousseau, Jacques Andre Rioux and Daniel Bergeron. 4. Effect of Fertilizers, Mulch and Land Contours on Young Seabuckthorn Cultivars in Organic Farming/Merja Heinaalo. 5. Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L.) Propagation and Plantation is a New Avenue to Farmers and Future Scope of Cultivation in Cold Desert Area of Himachal Pradesh, India/R.K. Rana, Ashok Singh, Virendra Singh, L.K. Sharma, Reena Devi, Pankaj Katoch and Manohar Lal. II. Genetics and breedings: 6. Breeding Strategies of Russian Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp. mongolica) Varieties and their Global Introduction/Virendra Singh and Eury Zubarev. 7. Characteristics of Russian Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides subsp. mongolica)Varieties/Yury A. Zubarev, Alexey V. Gunin and Elena V. Oderova. 8. Studies on Introduction and Evaluation of Improved Russian Seabuckthorn Varieties in China/Li Daiqiong, Wu Qinziao, Zhang Jun, Guo Chunhua, Guo Yuxiao, Chen Yunming, Li Zhongyi, Sun Xiaochun, He Dengyao, Ruan Chengjiang and Zhou Zizhi. 9. Role of Intraspecific Variability in Introduction of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) in Belarus/I.M. Garanovich and T.V. Shpitalnaya. 10. Studies on Genetic Variation in Hybrid Offsprings of Large Fruit Seabuckthorn Forms/Jinyou Shan. 11. A Comprehensive Evaluation Study on the Adaptability of the Introduced Russian and Mongolian Seabuckthorn Varieties/Jinyou Shan, Qingyu Gao and Jian Ding. III. Molecular biology and biotechnology: 12. Application of SSR Markers for the Assessment of Genetic Diversity in Latvian Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)/Gunars Lacis, Irita Kota and Dainis Rungis. 13. Application of DNA Technologies for Improvement of Seabuckthorn/Ankit Jain, Saurabh Chaudhary and Prakash C. Sharma. 14. Characterization and Micro-propagation of Some Wild Seabuckthorn Genotypes Selected from the Danube Delta, Romania/Liviu Adrian Vescan, Cristian Radu sisea and Doru Pamfil. 15. Proteomic Characterization of the Cold Traits in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp. turkestanica)/Ravi Gupta and Renu Deswal. 16. Assessment of Different Methods of DNA Extraction from Leaves of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)/Simon Gruita Alexandra, Constantin Nicoleta, Pavlusenco Camelia, Pojoga Daniela Maria and Duta Cornescu Georgiana. IV. Physiology: 17. Physiological Aspects of Seed Germination of Hippophae salicifolia D. Don. From Lahaul, Himachal Pradesh: Responses to Storage and Certain Chemical and Hormonal Treatments/Shashi Sharma and Suresh Katoch. 18. Research Progress on Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation in Frankia-Seabuckthorn Root Nodules/Yoshinori Kanayama and Kazuhisa Kato. V. Chemistry and biochemistry: 19. Influence of Latitude and Altitude on the Composition of Wild Chinese Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp. sinensis)/Jie Zheng, Heikki Kallio, Kaisa Linderborg and Baoru Yang. 20. A Comparative Study on Composition of Seabuckthorn Oil and other Edible Oils/Lu Rongsen. 21. Isolation, Characterization and Chemical Fingerprinting of Bioactives from Indian Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L.) Species/Chinchu Bose, N. Pandurangan, Virendra Singh and A. Banerji. 22. L-Querbrachitol in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berries of Different Origins and Harvesting Dates/Baoru Yang and Heikki Kallio. 23. Studies on Correlation of Berry Quality Parameters of Seabuckthorn in Relation to Increasing Altitude in China/Lu Rongsen. 24. Studies on the Total Flavonoid Contents of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L.) Berries and. Seller Inventory # 111523

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Surendra Singh

Published by Daya Publishing House (2018)

ISBN 10: 9351249271 ISBN 13: 9789351249276

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2018. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Biodiversity: Leisure, Cultural and Aesthetic Values/Anand Kar* and Lata Sunhre. 2. Taxonomic Review on the Potter Wasp Genus Pseumenes Giordani Soika (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Eumeninae) from India/P. Girish Kumar and P.M. Sureshan. 3. Studies on Water Quality Status and Plankton Diversity of Krishnagiri/Reservoir, Tamilnadu, Indi R. Ramanibai*, K. Vikram and M. Gomathi Jeyam. 4. Exploring the Soil Microbial Diversity and Ecosystem Functions with/Respect to Climate Change Kanchan Vishwakarma1, Shivesh Sharma1*, Neha Upadhyay1, Nitin Kumar1, Ashish Tiwari1, Vivek Kumar. 5. Understanding Cyanobacterial Diversity in Relation to Different Ecological Niches/N.K. Singh1, D.B. Patel1, B.G. Morad1 and D.W. Dhar2*. 6. Biodiversity and Characteristics of Endolithic Cyanobacteria from the Antarctic/Meenakshi Bhattacharjee. 7. Algal Biotechnology: Potential Source for the Future Energy Demand/Ravindra Singh1 and Sadhana Chaurasia. 8. Approaches in Studying the Diversity of Arbuscular/Mycorrhizal Fungi. Harbans Kaur Kehri*1 and Ovaid Akhtar.9. Diversity and Function of Am Fungi in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils/Harbans Kaur Kehri*, Ifra Zoomi and Pragya Srivastava. 10. Global Biodiversity Assessment: Current Status and Threats/Rinku, A. Sharma, S.K. Patel and G.S. Singh. 11. Biodiversity Assessment at Larsemann Hills, East Antarctica/Pawan Kumar Bharti. 12. Measuring and Monitoring Biodiversity/Anjana Pant. 13. Threats to Biodivesrity/Disha Jaggi and Bhumesh Kumar. 14. Concept of Endangered Species/Surendra Singh, Ankita Kachhwaha and Sameer Choudhary. 15. Impact of Environmental Changes on Biodiversity/Shikha Jaggi and Abhay Singh Yadav. 16. Possible Threat of Radiations of Cell Phones and their Towers on Existing Biodiversity/Dev Narayan Gautam, S.Marmat, Taj N. Qureshi and H. S. Rathore. 17. Conservation and Management of Biological Diversity: Global Challenges and Opportunities/Anil Sharma, Rinku, S. K. Patel and G. S. Singh. 18. The Legal Foundations of Biodiversity Conservation/Ankita Yadav1 and Abhay Singh Yadav. 19. Biological Diversity Conservation and its Legal Paradigm/Himangini Singh. 20. Traditional Knowledge among Indian Tribes and Conservation of Phytodiversity through Faith, Taboos and Sacred Groves/Ashok K. Jain. 21. Conservation of Species under International Environmental Law/Jagdish Khobragade, P.P. Singh and Vikash Agrawal. 22. Biodiversity Conservation and International Conventions/Nair Bindu Vijay. 23. Legal Implications of Biodiversity: Associated Policies, Laws, IPR and Patent/Manali Datta and S.L. Kothari. 24. Biodiversity Utilization and Human Well-Beings: Current State and Trends/S. K. Patel, Rinku, A. Sharma and G. S. Singh. 25. Biodiversity Business: New Facet of Revenue Generation/Manali datta and S. L. Kothari. Biodiversity includes different animals, plants, micro-organisms and their genes, water ecosystems, terrestrial and marine ecosystems. Conservation of this biological diversity which includes the variety of the whole species present on earth is important for our future, for human food to feed people on Earth. Biodiversity: Monitoring, Management & Utilization has been designed primarily for students studying biodiversity on a range of courses in botany, zoology, biotechnology, microbiology, environment and ecology. It is beneficial for teachers, as well as generalists and amateurs interested in exploring the fundamentals, uses, threats and conservation of biodiversity. It is also essential reading for anyone requiring an overview of the vast literature on this topic. This volume contains several contributions that illustrate the state of the art of the academic research in the field of biological interactions in its widest sense. The purpose is to increase understanding, awareness and appreciation of the diverse values of biodiversity, necessary to create the willingness to undertake the behavioural changes required to conserve and sustainably use biodiversity. The bo. Seller Inventory # 125281

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edited by Samir Kumar Biswas and Samir Pal

Published by Biotech Books (2014)

ISBN 10: 8176223069 ISBN 13: 9788176223065

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About this Item: Biotech Books, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Organic agriculture: 1. Organic farming and sustainable development in agriculture/Devesh Nagar, Virendra Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Praveen Kumar and S.K. Biswas. 2. Organic agriculture: an approach for sustainable food production and environmental security/Deepak Kumar Verma, Mukesh Mohan, Bavita Asthir and Subhas Chandra. 3. Organic farming: a glimmer of hope/Manish Kanwat, S.P. Singh, P. Suresh Kumar, V.K. Chaudhary, Anup Chandra, R. Bhagawati, A.K.K. Singh, P. Sarma, M.S. Baruah, Tony C. Peter and R. Sarmah. 4. Organic farming in India/Ram Pyare, K.P. Kushwaha and Chhote Lal. 5. Humus is a back bone of organic farming/Neelam Arun, S.K. Biswas and D.P. Singh. 6. Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae VAM fungi in agricultural eco-systems/P.K. Gupta, S.R. Singh and R.K. Prajapati. 7. Organic farming in vegetables crops: secure safe economical lucrative and prudent farming in India/P. Suresh Kumar, M. Kanwat, V.K. Choudhary, S.P. Singh and A. Sangeetha.II. Management. The book title Organic Farming and Management of Biotics Stresses is based on Organic Agriculture and sustainable pests and disease management. Sustainable development is the ultimate destination of any program launched by any country at any period of time. Modern agriculture is mostly governed by non renewable energy where billions of chemicals are consumed annually. That is working against natural balance and taking the human society from stable to instable position. Therefore, there is an urgent global need to find an effective alternative to synthetic chemicals and fertilizer use, which can ensure increase in crop yield and at the some time sustain the eco-system in its natural conditions. Organic farming is an agricultural system which aims at utilization of the land in a way that the soil is kept dynamic with living activities and in good health, at the same time keeping the environment clean, maintaining the ecological balance and providing stability to the production level without polluting soil, water and air. The matter of the book has divided into two parts i.e. Organic Agriculture and Management. In the part of organic agriculture gives adequate information about history, scope issues, challenges constraint and prospects of organic farming in India as well as in the world, role of humans and bio-fertilizer in organic farming. Second part of book gives details idea about management strategies of pest and disease in organic farming using bio-agents vasicular arbascular mycorrhiza, plant growth promoting rhizobacteria plant product vermi cimpost etc. The wide range of issues discussed in this book which will provide new informations to the all readers regarding organic agriculture and innovative disease management strategies. This book will be helpful for graduate and post graduate students of agriculture for various competitive examinations with agriculture as a subject. Seller Inventory # 111970

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edited by Ratna Kumar Pasala, Kiran Bhagat and Yogeshwar Singh

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrow, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: 1. Plant tolerance to abiotic stress: a physiological approach/Kiran Bhagat, Ratnakumar P., Yogeshwar Singh, P. Suresh Kumar, Pranita Jondhale, Ashish Jondhale, Teekam Singh, Ajay V. Narwade, Poonam Kashyap, P.B. Taware, Pallavi P. Deokate and Anjali Kumari. 2. Abiotic stress signal perception: receptors and its role/Pruthvi and Rahul S. Lathe. 3. Role of transcription factors in abiotic stress management/Mukesh Kumar Kiran Bhagat, Preeti Goyal, Reena Devi and L.K. Chugh. 4. Proteomic approaches for the analysis of salt tolerance in plant/P.S. Sha Valli Khan, G.V. Nagamallaiah, K. Sergeant and J.F. Hausman. 5. Signaling and uptake Mechanisms of nitrogen and potassium under nutrient stress in plants/Lekshmy S and Vanita Jain. 6. Heat stress response in plants: insight into physiological and molecular mechanisms/Amolkumar U. Solanke, Raghavendrarao S. Kanika and D. Pattanayak. 7. Bio-engineering of osmolytes production in plants: a novel approach to counter abiotic stress/C. Appunu, T. Manjunatha, A. Anna Durai, K. Mohanraj, G. Suresha and R. Arun Kumar. 8. Genetic engineering of stay green traits for development of drought tolerant crops/Ajay Arora. 9. Role of microbes in mitigating effect of abiotic stress in agriculture/Kanika Amit K. Singh, Amolkumar U. Solanke and Tripti Dogra. 10. Abiotic stress in rice: Mechanism of adaptation/Teekam Singh, K.B. Pun, Kiran Bhagat, B. Lal, B.S. Satapathy, M.J. Sadawarti, J.L. Katara, S. Lenka and Priyanka Gautam. Vol. II: Drought adaptive traits in rice: need for comprehensive approach/Raju, B.R. Mathithumilan, B. Pratibha,M.D. Sheshshayee, M.S. Mohanraju, B. Haritha Bollinedi, Shashank, P.R. and Upendra Kumar. 12. Abiotic stresses and vegetable production in tropical islands/Shrawan Singh. 13. Genetic engineering of groundnut (Arachis Hypogaea L.) for abiotic stress tolerance: challenges and prospects/Jayanna Naik Banavath, Varakumar Pandit, Sravani Konduru, Krishna Kumar Guduru, Sudhakar Podha, Chandra Sekhar Akila and Chandra Obul Reddy Puli. 14. Abiotic stress response in sugarcane/Ajay V. Narwade, Kiran Bhagat, D.V. Patil, Anjali Kumari, Ban Yogesh G. Thakare Harish S. and Chandrakant Singh. 15. Cocoa (Theobroma cacao I.) towards climate resilient horticulture/S. Elain Apshara and D. Balasimha. 16. Abiotic stresses management and mitigation in fruit crops/Poonam Kashyap and Sudhir Kumar. 17. Physiological and breeding approaches for abiotic stress in cotton/Ajay V. Narwade, Kiran Bhagat, D.V. Patil, Anjali Kumari, Thakare Harish S, Chandrakant Singh and Ban Yogesh G. 18. Soil and water conservation measure in resource scarce dryland areas: a way to mitigate abiotic stresses in climate change scenario/P. Suresh Kumar, V.K. Choudhary, Yogeshwar Singh, D.D. Nangare, P. Ratnakumar, A. Sangeeta, Kiran Bhagat and P.B. Taware. Abiotic stress is the foremost factor adversely affecting crop growth and productivity globally. It cause changes in soil-plant-atmosphere continuum and is responsible for reduction in yield potential in many crops. Abiotic stresses provoke complex cellular responses that have been elucidated by progresses made in exploring and understanding plant abiotic responses at the whole-plant, physiological, biochemical, cellular and molecular levels. Plants respond to these environmental challenges through a number of homeostatic mechanisms that maintain the water balance and the integrity of tissues. Salinity levied short-term osmotic and long-term ionic stresses induces cellular adjustment associated with a perceptive reform of cell structure and metabolism. Owing to the significance of diverse receptor proteins in signal transduction, modulation of abiotic stress responsive receptors would be a one of new method for crop improvement. Though, there are many books available in the market on abiotic stress in plants, we tried our best to boost up the knowledge on abiotic stress in plants by embracing all vital aspects associated to abiotic stress with the. Seller Inventory # 115075

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edited by M.K. Jatav, Hare Krishna, Pinaki Acharyya, Dhurendra Singh, D.K. Samadia and B.D. Sharma

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Potential and prospects of aid horticulture/S K Sharma. 2. Production technologies of horticultural crops with minimal input usage in arid region/Birbal Subbulakshmi. 3. Good agronomic management practices for crop production in arid region/V S Rahore S Bhardwaj. 4. Indigenous good management practices followed by farmers of arid regions/N D Yadava. 5. Precision farming in arid horticultural crops status and prospects/S K Sharma and B D Sharma. 6. Water resources and Irrigation practices a comparison of traditional and modern irrigation practices for devising sustainable and cost effective approaches/M L Soni. 7. Micro irrigation in arid fruit and vegetable crops status and prospects/ M K Jatav Pinaki Acharyya. 8. Water and nutrient management role of indigenous technical knowledge in horticultural crop production in horticultural arid regions. S R Meena M K Jatav S K maheswari. 9. Water management and fertigation in hi-tech nursery/Dhurendra Singh. 10. Soil nutrient mapping for site specific fertilizer recommendations/Mahesh Kumar M K Jatav. 11. Degraded and wasteland utilization for sustainable agricultural production. 12. Fruit based cropping system for higher profitability/R Kumar J S Gora. 13. Principles and practices of good agricultural practices for arid fruit crops/Hare Krishna M K Jatav. 14. Canopy management for enhanced yield and quality in arid fruit crops/P R Meghwal. 15. Impact of soil health management practices on productivity of arid fruit crops/B D Sharma. 16. Good management practices for production and post harvest of date palm/R S Singh. 17. Innovative concepts techniques and practices for managing vegetable culture under environmental stresses of hot sub tropic climate/D K Samadia. 18. Breeding strategies for enhancing vegetable production under environmental stresses of hot agro-climate/D K Samadia and S M Haldhar. 19. Utilization of rootstock for mitigation stress in vegetables/B R Choudhary and Pankaj Kumar KAswan. 20. Traditional vegetables of the hot arid region and their agro economic importance/S R Meena and B D Sharma. 21. Tunnel cultivation of cucurbitaceous crops in arid region/B Choudhary. 22. Plasticity of seed spices in saline alkali and calcareous soils with poor quality water in arid and semi arid regions to combat indispensable agrarian crisis/O P Aishwath. 23. Natural resources optima for adaptability of spices medicinal and aromatic plants with special references to arid and semi arid ecosystem/O P Aishwath. 24. Biotechnological aspects of abiostic stress in plants with reference to arid fruits and vegetables/P N Sivalingam. 25. Genetic diversity and suitability of date palm in arid region/R S Singh. 26. Management practices for protected cultivation/A K Shukla. 27. Good management practices for protected cultivation/D K Sarolia. 28. Effect of frost and cold temperature on arid horticultural crops/P P SIngh and Pinaki Acharya. 29. Diseases evasion of arid horticultural crops through good agricultural practices and optimal use of fungicides/S K Maheshwari Hare Krishan. 30. Integrated pest management and optimal use of pesticides in arid fruit and vegetable crops/S M Haldhar G C Jat. 31. Agri horti silvi systm a successful crop production practice in arid region/Subbulakshmi V Birbal. 32. Role of ATIC in Communication Dissemination and Implementation of Good Management Practices in the Arid Region/Meenakshi Chaudhary. 33. Remote sensing and GIS application in watershed management/Pinaki Acharya. 34. Application of nanotechnology in horticulture/Ramesh Chand Kasana and Pankaj Kumar. Good management practices (GMP) address environmental, economic and social sustainability for on-farm processes and result in safe and quality food and nonfood agricultural products. In recent years, the concept of GMP has evolved to address the concerns of different stakeholders about food production and security, food safety and quality and the environmental sustainability of agriculture. The. Seller Inventory # 119985

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Devendra Handa

Published by Sundeep Prakashan (1989)

ISBN 10: 818506718X ISBN 13: 9788185067186

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About this Item: Sundeep Prakashan, 1989. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The four sections of this book are; Archaeology, History, Historical Geography; Epigraphy and Numismatics; Art, Architecture and lconography; and Religion, Philosophy, Language and Literature. Contents Volume I Archaeology, History & Historical Geography 1. Earthquakes and Civilization-H.D. Sankalia 2. Marine Archaeology in India-S.R. Rao 3. Metallurgy in Ancient Karnataka-A.V. Narasimha Murthy 4. The Rise of Culture in Saryupur Plain (with Special Reference to Excavations of Narhan)-Purushottam Singh 5. The Burial Practices of Megalithic People : Some Observations-K.P. Rao 6. The Rgvedic Drsadvati-O.P. Bharadwaj 7. Interpretation and Archaeological Correlation of a passage from Pancavimsa Brahmana-H.A. Phadke 8. Elephantry through the Ages-G.N. Pant 9. The Naga Theory of Primitive History-H.L. Shukla 10. Political System in Early Coastal Andhra-P.V. Parabrahma Sastry 11. Ekamra Bhubaneswara-S. Tripathy 12. The So-called Murunda Rule in Orissa-Ashvini Agrawal 13. New Light on Yasodharman Visnuvardhana and the Hunas-Jagannath Agrawal 14. Political Conditions as Narrated in the Vipakasutra-Rasesh Jamindar 15. The Jain Angas and Towns-R.N. Mehta 16. Cattle-Rearing in Early Medieval India-Lallanji Gopal 17. Archaeological Excavations at Antichak-Bhagwant Sahai 18. The State and the Guilds in Medieval Andhradesa-P. Chenna Reddy 19. Identification of Supratisthita Ahara-H.S. Thosar 20. Slavery in Golden Goa-J. Velinker 21. Folkloristic Factors in Telegu Toponyms and Anthroponyms-S.S. Ramachandra Murthy Epigraphy & Numismatics 22. Pataliputra and Asoka`s Edicts-B.N. Mukherjee 23. Discovery of a Brahmi Inscription at Ter-K.D. Kawadkar 24. The Royal Epithets and the Epithets of Mahaksatrapa Rudradaman-S.P. Tewari 25. Donative Inscriptions (Dana-Sasanas) : Interpretations and Uses for Historical Research-Cynthia Talbot 26. Mehuna Stone Inscription : Saka 747-V.B. Kolte 27. Lakhari Inscription of Maharajadhiraja Abha(ya) deva, Vikrama 1124-Ram Sharma 28. Two Inscription from Nadendla-C. Somasundara Rao 29. A Fourteenth Century Bilingual Inscription from Gujarat-Z.A. Desai 30. Decipherment Century Bilingual Inscription from Gujarat-Z.A. Desai 31. Early Indian Coins and Economic History : Trends & Prospects-Krishan Mohan Shrimali 32. An Introduction to the study of Numismatic Epigraphy-Bhaskar Chatterjee 33. Numismatic Symbols in Rock Paintings-V.S. Wakankar 34. On a Numismatic Symbol : Nandipada-A.L. Srivastava 35. Rajghat Salings and their Bearing on the Religious History of Varanasi-T.P. Verma 36. Some Rare Coins of Satavahana Dynasty-D. Raja Reddy & Suryanarayana Reddy 37. Maharathi Coins & their Chronology-T.V.G. Sastri 38. salankayana Coins from Ghantasala, District Krsna (A.P)-I.K. Sarma 39. Gold Coins of Vigraharajadeva-Prashant P. Kulkarni 40. A New Copper Coin of Iltutmish-Lalman 41. The Silver Coin of Ibrahim Lodi from Chanderi Mint of Malwa Sultanate-S.K. Bhatt 42. The Rechnique of Minting Coinage in North-Eastern States of India-R.D. Choudhary 43. Rebel King Ramakanta (1769-70) and his Coins-Jai Prakash Singh Volume II Art, Architecture & Iconography 44. Problems of Rock Art-M.K. Dhavalikar 45. Buddha and Maitreya in Early India Art-K.D. Bajpai 46. Iconography of Buddhism : The Bengal Chapter-D.C. Bhattacharyya 47. Technique of Indian Sculptures : Some Preliminary Observations-Gautam Sengupta 48. Temporal Seat of Authority in Rural and Urban Settlements expresses through Religious Edifices-R. Nagaswamy 49. Fish Motif in Protohistoric India-S.P. Shukla 50. A Priceless Gem of the Sunga Terracotta Art-K.S. Shukla 51. Sasthi in Literature & Art- N.P. Joshi 52. Mahisamardini Plaque in the Gurukul Museum at Jhajjar, Haryana-R.C. Agrawal 53. Tiles from Harvan-B.V. Shetti 54. Terracottas from Thanesar-Mohinder Singh 55. Discovery of Gandhar Printed Pages: 860. Seller Inventory # 2673

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Antony Joseph Raj and S.B. Lal

Published by Scientific (2014)

ISBN 10: 817233866X ISBN 13: 9788172338664

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About this Item: Scientific, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. Overview of Agroforestry: 1. Introduction to Agroforestry/Antony Joseph Raj. 2. Agroforestry and Food Security/A. Venkatesh, K.P. Mohapatra, A. Arunachalam, D.J. Rajkhowa, S. Bharali and S.V. Ngachan. 3. Agroforestry and Ecosystem Services/Ramakrishna Hegde. 4. Agroforestry Systems Classification/S.J. Patil and Maheswarappa. V. II. Agroforestry Trees: 5. Multipurpose Trees in Agroforestry/Mengisteab Hailu and Antony Joseph Raj. 6. Nitrogen Fixing Trees in Agroforestry/S.L. Madivalar and Antony Joseph Raj. 7. Genetic Improvement of Industrial and Non-Industrial Agroforestry Trees/S. Umesh Kanna, K.T. Parthiban, S. Vennila and P. Durairasu. 8. Domestication and Commercialization of Indigenous Trees in Agroforestry/Antony Joseph Raj. 9. Traditionally Important Trees in Indigenous Agroforestry Systems/Harsh Mehta, Sanjeev Chauhan, Pankaj Panwar and O.P. Chaturvedi. III. Agroforestry Management: 10. Tree Architecture and Tree Management in Agroforestry/Maheswarappa. V, Ramakrishna Hegde, Ashok B Divatar and B.G. Nayak. 11. Crop Planning and Management in Agroforestry/D.R. Palsaniya, Sunil Tiwari and Mukesh Chaudhary. 12. Disease Management in Tropical Agroforestry Landscapes/A. Sudha. 13. Insect Pest Management in Tropical Agroforestry Systems/C.T. Ashok Kumar, S.C. Topagi and Veereshkumar. IV. Agroforestry Concepts: 14. Tree Crop Interactions in Agroforestry/M.P. Divya, V. Priyanka and B. Vinothini.15. Diagnosis and Design in Agroforestry/M.N. Ramesha and N. Gurunathan. 16. Economic Analysis of Agroforestry Systems/Amol Vasishth and Vipan Guleria. 17. Markets and Marketing of Agroforestry Products/S. Varadha Raj, M. Chinnadurai, M.P. Divya and N. Narmadha. V. Important Agroforestry Systems: 18. Alternatives to Shifting Cultivation/K. Sasikumar. 19. Taungya Systems/N. Satheesh, T. Mohan Raj and S. Kala. 20. Alley Cropping System/R. Kaushal, Raj Kumar, J.M.S. Tomar and O.P. Chaturvedi. 21. Tropical Homegardens/T.K. Kunhamu. VI. Distribution of Agroforestry Systems: 22. Agroforestry Systems of World/ Etefa Guyassa, Samuale Tesfaye and Antony Joseph Raj. 23. Agroforestry Systems of India/S. Kala, T. Mohan Raj, K.R. Dhixya Deve and S. Reeja. 24. Agroforestry Systems of Himalayan Region/Meenakshi Gupta, L.M. Gupta, Punit Choudhary, K.K. Sood and Amol Vasishth. 25. Urban Agroforestry Systems/P.J. Mishra, Smitha G Nair and B.B. Behra. VII. Agroforestry Practices for extreme Site Conditions: 26. Agroforestry Practices for Arid and Semi-Arid Regions/P. Ratha Krishnan, J.C. Tewari, Suresh Kumar and M.M. Roy. 27. Agroforestry Practices for Salt Affected Lands (Biosaline Agroforestry)/Munish Kumar, S.K. Uttam and Antony Joseph Raj. 28. Agroforestry Practices for Wetlands and Waterlogged Areas/S. Kala and T. Mohan Raj. VIII. Agroforestry Practices for Socio-Economic Development: 29. Agroforestry Practices for Non-Wood Forest Products and Rural Development/Manmohan J.R. Dobriyal. 30. Bamboo based Agroforestry Systems/M.S. Malik and Antony Joseph Raj. 31. Fruit Trees based Agroforestry Systems/K.S. Pant, A.G. Yewale and Prem Prakash. 32. Medicinal and Aromatic Plants based Agroforestry Systems/Ajay Thakur and Puran Chandra. 33. Fodder Production from Agroforestry Trees/Raj Kumar, J.Jayaprakash, J.M.S. Tomar, O.P. Charurvedi, Charan Singh and A.C. Rathore. 34. Agroforestry Practices for Fuelwood Production/Sharad Nema. IX. Environmental Services of Agroforestry: 35. Agroforestry and Biodiversity Conservation/Munesh Kumar. 36. Soil Fertility Improvement and Nutrient Cycling in Agroforestry/S.K.Uttam, Munish Kumar and Antony Joseph Raj. 37. Agroforestry Practices for Soil and Water Conservation/J.M.S. Tomar, R. Kaushal, A.C. Rathore, H. Mehta and O.P. Chaturvedi. 38. Agroforestry Practices for Wasteland Development/S.B.Lal and Antony Joseph Raj. 39. Windbreak and Shelterbelt Agroforestry Systems/C. Buvaneswaran. 40. Agroforestry for Carbon Sequestration, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation/Antony Joseph Raj. Seller Inventory # 111947

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edited by B. Gangwar and N. K. Jat

Published by Today and Tomorrows (2017)

ISBN 10: 8170195721 ISBN 13: 9788170195726

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrows, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. Region Specific Status and Prospects: 1. Organic farming: concept, status and future concerns/B. Gangwar and N.K. Jat. 2. Organic agriculture in North Eastern hill region/Jayanta Layek, Anup Das, G.I. Ramkrushna and Badapmain Makdoh. 3. Organic agriculture in hill areas/Dibakar Mahanta, J.K. Bisht and J.C. Bhatt. 4. Organic agriculture in coastal areas/A. Velmurugan, T.P. Swarnam, N. Ravisankar, T. Subramani, S. Swain and I. Jaisankar. 5. Organic agriculture in arid areas/N.R. Panwar, B.G. Chhipa and Khushbu Khichi. II. Crop Based Management: 6. Tillage and crop establishment under organic agricultural systems/K.K. Singh. 7. Nutrient management in organic agriculture systems/S S Pal. 8. Organic inputs for sustained soil health/A V Ramanjaneyulu, D. Kumara Charyulu, T.L. Neelima and D. Moses Shyam. 9. Enhancing soil suppressiveness by using compost for managing soil-borne plant pathogens in organic farming/Ritu Mawar and Manish Mathur. 10. Organic fruit production: technologies and strategies/Santosh Choudhary, Pradeep Kumar and M.L. Mehriya. 11. Organic spices/M. Anandaraj, V. Srinivasan and R. Dinesh. 12. Organic vegetables/Poonam Kashyap, Dushyant Mishra, Vijay Singh Meena, Sunil Kumar and Avinash Kansal. 13. Seed spice production under organic system/Ravindra Singh, R S Mehta, G. Lal and Balraj Singh. 14. Organic cultivation of high value crops under protected conditions/Balraj Singh, Gopal Lal, R S Mehta and Ravindra Singh. 15. Weed management in organic farming/V. Nepaliya. 16. Insect pest and disease management under organic farming/S M Haldhar, G C Jat, H L Deshwal, J S Gora and Dhurendra Singh. 17. Post-harvest management and quality of organic produce/Amit Nath and Debashis Dutta. III. Livestock Based Management: 18. Organic livestock production systems/K. Ponnusamy. 19. Organic fodder and milk production/D.R. Palsaniya and S B. Maity. 20. Organic poultry farming/S. Malik. 21. Organic aquaculture/A K Prusty and Poonam Kashyap. IV. Some Questions: 22. Frequently asked questions on organic farming/N K Jat, B. Gangwar and N. Ravisankar. Seller Inventory # 121774

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edited by R. K. Bhatt, U. Burman, D.K. Painuli, D.V. Singh, Ramavtar Sharma and S.P.S. Tanwar

Published by Satish Serial Publishing House (2016)

ISBN 10: 9385055860 ISBN 13: 9789385055867

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About this Item: Satish Serial Publishing House, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Changing perceptions in carbon pool and fluxes in relation to climate change/Praveen Kumar, Uday Burman and R.K. Bhatt. 2. Climate variability under hot arid environment/D.V. Singh. 3. Assessment and monitoring of drought and desertification arid Rajasthan/P.C. Moharana. 4. Climate change and land use pattern in the Thar Desert/Mahesh Kumar Gaur. 5. Multidimensional role of women for livelihood sustainability/Pratibha Tewari. 6. Biodiversity and its conservation in climate change scenario/Suresh Kumar. 7. Impact of climate change on some fruit crops and their management strategies/P.R. Meghwal. 8. Tree-crop interactions and productivity of agroforestry system in arid and semi-arid ecosystems/N.D. Yadava and M.L. Soni. 9. Integrated farming system for sustainable agriculture in climate change perspective/S.P.S. Tanwar. 10. Prospects of underutilized crops under changing climate scenario/H.R. Mahla, J.P. Singh and B.R. Choudhary. 11. Sustainable management of rangeland of hot arid region with special reference to climate change/J.P. Singh and V.S. Rathore. 12. Grasses for high productivity in hot arid region/M.P. Rajora and C.S. Shantharaja. 13. Effect of elevated CO2 on growth, biomass production and photosynthesis of crops/R.K. Bhatt. 14. Physiological approaches for climate change mitigation and adaptation/Uday Burman. 15. Silvopastoral systems and carbon sequestration/M.M. Roy and R.K. Bhatt . Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO) concentration crossed 400 ppm in 2015 from 279 ppm of preindustrial period. Similarly compared to preindustrial era, the methane (CH) concentration increased from 722 ppb to 1800 ppb and nitrous oxide (N.O) concentration from270 ppb to 323 ppb in 2011. Increasing GHGs concentration in the atmosphere has created radiative imbalance resulting in more energy from the sun entering than exiting the top of the earth’s atmosphere. All the above, individually and collectively, adversely influence the total agriculture productivity. Increased awareness during 1990s about adverse effect of deforestation and other land-use changes on CO, stock coupled with more emphasis on afforestation checked rise in atmospheric carbon-di-oxide in the recent years. Seller Inventory # 119102

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Prashant Srivastava & Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra (Authors)

Published by Swati Publications/Agam Kala Prakashan, Delhi, India (2015)

ISBN 10: 9381843155 ISBN 13: 9789381843154

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About this Item: Swati Publications/Agam Kala Prakashan, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Some underwater archaeological excavations in India/Alok Tripathi. 2. A medieval period port at Ghogha in the gulf of Khambhat, West Coast of India/A.S. Gour. 3. Jain inscriptions from Chait/Arvind K. Singh. 4. Reconsidering the meaning of the Ithi jhakhamahamatas of the Asokan inscriptions/Ashvini Agrawal. 5. Raigarh where Shivaji?s coronation took place/Amar Nath Khanna. 6. Two consecutive disasters due to floods in the Himalayas/A.S. Bisht. 7. The Gauhar Mahal, Fatehgarh Fort, Retghat, Bhopal/A.P. Singh. 8. The flower of life vesica pisces-vessel of fish/Arputha Rani Sengupta. 9. Impact of arecanut cultivation on the socio-economic lives of the people of little Andaman/Anita Banerjee and Kripa Mondal. 10. A glimpse of Terracottas and bronzes from Bihar/B.R. Mani. 11. Mughal calligrapher and his tokens of architecture: a study of Tomb and Sarai of Amanat Khan/Chand Singh. 12. Parigawan : a place of great historic interest/Chob Singh Verma. 13. Kiratarjuniyam in Andhra art/D. Kiran Kranth Choudhary and P. Hema. 14. Some early settlements along with river Kuwana (Kuano) in district Basti, UP/D.K. Srivastava and S.K. Chaudhary. 15. Excavation at Ekalbara/Dinesh Kumar Mathur. 16. Assessment of the archaeological researches and antiquity of trans-Ghaghara region/Indudhar Dwivedi and Vimal Tiwari. 17. Kayastha as known from archaeological sources/Jai Prakash. 18. The sculptures of Amaravati and the Greco-Roman influences/Jyoti Rohilla Rana. 19. Preserving wall paintings and stucco figures in g-Tsug Lha-Khang Gompha, Tabo (H.P.)/K.S. Rana, Ramji Nigam and R.S. Bisht. 20. Antiquity of Kasi-abode of Lord Siva/Kamal Shankar Srivastava. 21. Jalore-Eiana (IRINA) and Swaranagiri: a study/K.S. Shukla. 22. Professor D.D. Kosambi: father of scientific Indian history/M.K. Dhavalikar. 23. Chamunda images from Kamakhya Hill, Assam/M.J. Sindhu and Milan Kumar Chauley. 24. Was Thatta the last refuge of Din-i-Illahi/Mahesh A. Kalra. 25. A new hoard of Punch-marked coins from Eran, District (Madhya Pradesh)/Mohan Lal Chadhar. 26. A Case study of scientific conservation of polychrome sculptures, St. Francis of ASSISI Church, Old Goa/M. Singh, S. Vinodh Kumar, Sudhir W. Wagh and Nilesh E. Mahajan. 27. The British Government?s attitude to Indian political problems/Mahesh Narain Sharma. 28. History of Patuas and square Pat in rural Bengal/Nabakumar Duary. 29. Subsistence economy of the Harappan civilization in the upper Saraswati basin/Narender Parmar and Vasant Shinde. 30. Eastern Hakra phase: the first agricultural community in the upper Saraswati basin/Narender Parmar and Vasant Shinde. 31. Jaina inscriptions of Jayasimhapura/Navneet Kumar Jain and Arvind K. Singh. 32. Hindu monasteries of Mattamayur sect of Shaivism in Bundelkhand region (a study on the basis of Rannod inscriptions)/Neeta Yadav. 33. Making of new geo-political unit of Sarayupara in East Uttar Pradesh during the early medieval Period/Prem Sagar Chaturvedi. 34. Karsha and Karshapana/Prashant Srivastava. 35. Soma/Haoma offerings and Vedic and Avestan Goddesses/Prashant Srivastava and Nidhi Srivastava. 36. Recent archaeological exploration in District Balrampur (Uttar Pradesh)/Pushplata Singh, Anoop Kumar and Dipak Kr. Shukla. 37. Jawalamukhi temple and its architecture/Pallavi Mishra and Deepak Rawat. 38. Child-life in Samskrit literature with reference to Kalidasa?s Abhijnanasakuntalam and Bhavabhuti?s Uttararamacarita/Prachi Moghe. Vol. II: 39. On my excavating at Sanghol: 1968-72/R. S. Bisht. 40. Allan Octavian Hume: the founder of the Indian National Congress/R.C. Tripathi. 41. Babur?s assessment of Hindu monuments during his visit to Gwalior for (September 25 October 4, 1528 A.D.)/R.K. Sharma. 42. Ragamala beauties in the Jodhpur Fort/R.A. Agarawala. 43. Sakti cult in India/Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra. 44. Some reflections on the early phase of Ajanta/S. Na Printed Pages: 904. Seller Inventory # 80808

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About this Item: Swati Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: 1. Some underwater archaeological excavations in India/Alok Tripathi. 2. A medieval period port at Ghogha in the gulf of Khambhat, West Coast of India/A.S. Gour. 3. Jain inscriptions from Chait/Arvind K. Singh. 4. Reconsidering the meaning of the Ithi jhakhamahamatas of the Asokan inscriptions/Ashvini Agrawal. 5. Raigarh where Shivaji’s coronation took place/Amar Nath Khanna. 6. Two consecutive disasters due to floods in the Himalayas/A.S. Bisht. 7. The Gauhar Mahal, Fatehgarh Fort, Retghat, Bhopal/A.P. Singh. 8. The flower of life vesica pisces-vessel of fish/Arputha Rani Sengupta. 9. Impact of arecanut cultivation on the socio-economic lives of the people of little Andaman/Anita Banerjee and Kripa Mondal. 10. A glimpse of Terracottas and bronzes from Bihar/B.R. Mani. 11. Mughal calligrapher and his tokens of architecture: a study of Tomb and Sarai of Amanat Khan/Chand Singh. 12. Parigawan : a place of great historic interest/Chob Singh Verma. 13. Kiratarjuniyam in Andhra art/D. Kiran Kranth Choudhary and P. Hema. 14. Some early settlements along with river Kuwana (Kuano) in district Basti, UP/D.K. Srivastava and S.K. Chaudhary. 15. Excavation at Ekalbara/Dinesh Kumar Mathur. 16. Assessment of the archaeological researches and antiquity of trans-Ghaghara region/Indudhar Dwivedi and Vimal Tiwari. 17. Kayastha as known from archaeological sources/Jai Prakash. 18. The sculptures of Amaravati and the Greco-Roman influences/Jyoti Rohilla Rana. 19. Preserving wall paintings and stucco figures in g-Tsug Lha-Khang Gompha, Tabo (H.P.)/K.S. Rana, Ramji Nigam and R.S. Bisht. 20. Antiquity of Kasi-abode of Lord Siva/Kamal Shankar Srivastava. 21. Jalore-Eiana (IRINA) and Swaranagiri: a study/K.S. Shukla. 22. Professor D.D. Kosambi: father of scientific Indian history/M.K. Dhavalikar. 23. Chamunda images from Kamakhya Hill, Assam/M.J. Sindhu and Milan Kumar Chauley. 24. Was Thatta the last refuge of Din-i-Illahi/Mahesh A. Kalra. 25. A new hoard of Punch-marked coins from Eran, District (Madhya Pradesh)/Mohan Lal Chadhar. 26. A Case study of scientific conservation of polychrome sculptures, St. Francis of ASSISI Church, Old Goa/M. Singh, S. Vinodh Kumar, Sudhir W. Wagh and Nilesh E. Mahajan. 27. The British Government’s attitude to Indian political problems/Mahesh Narain Sharma. 28. History of Patuas and square Pat in rural Bengal/Nabakumar Duary. 29. Subsistence economy of the Harappan civilization in the upper Saraswati basin/Narender Parmar and Vasant Shinde. 30. Eastern Hakra phase: the first agricultural community in the upper Saraswati basin/Narender Parmar and Vasant Shinde. 31. Jaina inscriptions of Jayasimhapura/Navneet Kumar Jain and Arvind K. Singh. 32. Hindu monasteries of Mattamayur sect of Shaivism in Bundelkhand region (a study on the basis of Rannod inscriptions)/Neeta Yadav. 33. Making of new geo-political unit of Sarayupara in East Uttar Pradesh during the early medieval Period/Prem Sagar Chaturvedi. 34. Karsha and Karshapana/Prashant Srivastava. 35. Soma/Haoma offerings and Vedic and Avestan Goddesses/Prashant Srivastava and Nidhi Srivastava. 36. Recent archaeological exploration in District Balrampur (Uttar Pradesh)/Pushplata Singh, Anoop Kumar and Dipak Kr. Shukla. 37. Jawalamukhi temple and its architecture/Pallavi Mishra and Deepak Rawat. 38. Child-life in Samskrit literature with reference to Kalidasa’s Abhijnanasakuntalam and Bhavabhuti’s Uttararamacarita/Prachi Moghe. Vol. II: 39. On my excavating at Sanghol: 1968-72/R. S. Bisht. 40. Allan Octavian Hume: the founder of the Indian National Congress/R.C. Tripathi. 41. Babur’s assessment of Hindu monuments during his visit to Gwalior for (September 25 October 4, 1528 A.D.)/R.K. Sharma. 42. Ragamala beauties in the Jodhpur Fort/R.A. Agarawala. 43. Sakti cult in India/Sanjaya Kumar Mahapatra. 44. Some reflections on the early phase of Ajanta/S. Nagaraju. 45. On the legacy of the Harappan art/S.P. Shukla. 46. The theory and practice of colour and c. Seller Inventory # 114374

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. 1. Origin of pottery in East Asia/Yan Wenming. 2. Early pottery in South and East Asia/A.K. Choudhary. 3. The incised and impressed pottery in South East Asia/Fiorella Rispoli. 4. Early potteries from xianrendong and diaotonghuan East China/Yan Wenming. 5. Neolithic cord-impressed poetry from sites of North East India/M. Hazarika. 6. Pottery from Khao Sai, Thailand/Roberto Ciarla. 7. Pottery 10,000 years, B.P. old from Yuchanyan in East Asia/Young Jiarong. 8. Pottery from reaches of the Yangtze river/Pei Anping. 9. Mesolithic potteries from Northern Vindhyan/J.N. Pal. 10. Mesolithic period pottery in South Asia/J.S. Nigam. 11. The earliest Neolithic pottery in South Asia/D.P. Agarwal. 12. Neolithic potteries from Northern Vindhyan/J.N. Pal. 13. Early Neolithic pottery motif from Kashmir/P.C. Choudhari. 14. Neolithic chalcolithic potteries of Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Shitala Prasad Singh. 15. Early Chalcolithic and Harappan potteries in Gujarat/Shweta Deshpande. 16. Early potteries of Western South Asia and Iran/V. Shinde and Ozra Rounagh. 17. Early Harappan pottery of North West South Asia/D.P. Sharma. 18. Early Harappan painted pottery tradition/Vibha Tripathi. 19. Excavated earliest Chalcolithic potteries in Gujarat/S.V. Rajesh and Ambika Patel. 20. Early Harappan burial pottery from Moti Pipli : Gujarat/Abhijit Majumdar and V.H. Sonawane. 21. A fresh outlook on Nal potteries in the collection of Indian Museum/Rita Dutta and Srabanti Sardar. 22. Early Harappan horned deity from Padri/Vasant Shinde. 23. Classification of mature Harappan pottery/D.P. Sharma and Madhuri Sharma. 24. Mature Harappan ceramic of Gujarat/P. Panjwani. 25. Sothi pottery and Harappan/Tejas Garge. 26. Sothi type early Harappan potteries at Kalibangan/J.S. Nigam. 27. Harappan potteries from Tarkhanewala-Dera/P. Trivedi. 28. Early potteries tradition from Bhirrana/L.S. Rao. 29. Wet and stamped ware-comparative study/P. Krishna Mohan Reddy. 30. Pottery from Shahr-I Sokhta and early Harappan/D.P. Sharma and Anisha Saxena. 31. Chalcolithic painted grey wares in Pakistan and Iran/Rita P. Wright. 32. The Harappan ceramic wares/S.R. Rao. 33. Petrography of Harappan pottery from Lothal/Preeti A. Panjwani. 34. Harappan potteries in Sutlej Plain/K.N. Dikshit. 35. Harappan pottery in the Rigveda/Bhagwan Singh. 36. Harappan pottery in Hindon Yamuna Doab/Gunjan Srivastava. 37. Clay and pottery making/J.S. Nigam. Vol. II: 38. The origine of potterien in mid-Ganga plain and Western India/M.D.N. Sahi. 39. Dull red ware OCP and copper hoards weapon/J.P. Upadhya. 40. Copper hoards and Ochre colour putteries Ganga-Yamuna Doab/Y.D. Sharma. 41. Keshavpur new OCP site in Aligarh/Ramjit and Mohd. Abid. 42. Chandaukha-an OCP site in Aligarh District/Ramjit and Mohd. Abid. 43. Shapes and designs of the Jorwe pottery/Z.A. Ansari and M.K. Dhavlikar. 44. Potteries chalcolithic culture of central India/M.K. Dhavalikar. 45. Chalcolithic potteries of Madhya Pradesh/Veena Dutta. 46. Motifs on Chalcolithic Malwa Potteries/Vinay Kumar. 47. Malva chalcolithic potteries from Chichali/Pushp Lata Singh. 48. Animal Motif on potteries from Chichali/Prabash Sahu. 49. Chalcolithic potteries of Kakoria and Koldihwa/J.N. Pal. 50. Potteries from Abhaipur/Anup Mishra. 51. Pottery Motifs from Ahichchhatra/V.S. Agarwal. 52. Early literary reference of pottery/Brajdeo Prasad Roy. 53. Black and red ware in India/Purushottam Singh. 54. Black and red and other ware excavation of Atranjikhera/R.C. Gaur. 55. The black and red ware/A.K. Mishra. 56. Chalcolithic black and red ware/Naseem Akhtar. 57. The Chalcolithic pottery of Southern Bihar/A.K. Prasad. 58. The black-and red ware at Senuwar and Khairadih in Mid Ganga plain/B.P. Singh. 59. Early Chalcolithic potteries from Agiabir/Vibha Tripathi. 60. Pottery of black-and-red ware culture in West Bengal/A. Dutta. 61. The grey pottery in North India/A.K. Mishra. 62. Techniques of painted grey ware/Ballab Saran. 63. The painted grey pot. Seller Inventory # 118652

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