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R.P.Srivastava, Sanjeev Kumar

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R.P.Srivastava, Sanjeev Kumar

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Srivastava, R P & Sanjeev Kumar

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Srivastava, R P & Sanjeev Kumar

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Srivastava, R P & Sanjeev Kumar

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Srivastava, R P & Sanjeev Kumar

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya Publishing House (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170354471 ISBN 13: 9788170354475

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Indian agriculture has witnessed a remarkable progress during the past three decades. The Indian agriculture is standing at the cross roads because of the fast changing scenario in global economy of which Indian economy is an integrated part and agriculture continues to be backbone of Indian economy.;The book discuss exhaustive studies on various aspects of agricultural sciences. The present book provides the state of agro-ecosystem vis-a-vis environment and outlines future directions so that sustainable agriculture is achieved without causing extensive damage to the fragile agro-ecosystem.;The present book entitled Concept of Tropical Agriculture is the compilation of some most recent research articles of eminent scientists from different parts of the country. With its application-oriented and inter-disciplinary approach, the book would be immensely useful to everyone dealing with agriculture sciences, such as University teachers, farmers, academics, technocrats, politicians, researchers and postgraduate students as well.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Alternative Agricultural Practices: A Sustainable Approach for Conserving Biodiversity as well as Developing an Eco-friendly Environment by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Rice: A Review by M Senthil Kumar and S P Sundaram; Chapter 3: Indirect Organogenesis through Pseudostem Callus in Turmeric Variety Suguna of Curcuma longa L by M C Gayatri, V Roopadarshini and R Kavyashree; Chapter 4: Resource Productivity and Allocation Efficiency in the Production of Sunflower and Groundnut in Andhra Pradesh by Y Sudhakar Reddy and G P Reddy; Chapter 5: Identification of Radish (Raphanus sativus L) and Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) Varieties by Gel Electrophoresis and Isozyme Analysis by Adarsh Pal Vig and Navneet Kaur; Chapter 6: Effect of Different Levels of NPK on the Growth Behaviour of Leucaena leucocephala (Lam) de Wit and Yield of Zea mays L in Mizoram by U K Sahoo, P C Vanlalhluna and R Mohan; Chapter 7: Correlation of Physiological and Biochemical Characters in Seed Conservation Studies of Cucumber and Watermelon by C Vanniarajan, Sanjeev Saxena and T Nepolean; Chapter 8: Integrated Weed Management in Soybean (Glycine max) by Pardeed Kumar and Sat Paul Mehra; Chapter 9: Response of Eugeia bracteata (Wild) Roxb to VAM, Rhizobium and molybdenum Source by Ramesh H Ratageri and H C Lakshman; Chapter 10: Seasonal Variation in Population of Microtermes obesi Holmgren in Rose Plantations of MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh) (Insecta: Isoptera) by Sachin Srivastava, Sudhakar Gupta, Puspha Singh and Kamna Singh; Chapter 11: Management of Brinjal Shoot and Fruit Borer through Insecticidal Application and Varietal Resistance by Rabindra Prasad, Muneshwar Prasad, Rajesh Kumar and Devendra Prasad; Chapter 12: Medicinal Plants of Ethnobotanical Importance Curing Diabetes from Namakkal District (Tamil Nadu), India by M Rajasekara Pandian, G Sharmila Banu, G Kumar and K H Smila; Chapter 13: Consumptive Use, WUE and Moisture Extraction Pattern by Rapeseed and Greengram as Influenced by Fertility Levels and Straw Mulch by B Mitra, P Bose, B K Mandal and S K Hansda; Chapter 14: Relative Salt Tolerance of Selected Perennial Tree Species by B R Gurumurthy, M B Shivanna Naryan S Mavarkar and H V Rudramurthy; Chapter 15: Effect of Fly Ash-Soil Amendment on the Cultivation of Root Crops: A Case Study by N Tripathi, R S Singh, P K Mishra and P S M Tripathi; Chapter 16: Distribution and Uses of Euryale ferox Salisbury in Manipur by P K Singh; Chapter 17: Evaluation of Basmati Rice Based Crop Sequences for Productivity, Economic Returns and Soil Health by M S Sidhu and R Sikka; Chapter 18: Assessment of Phytotoxicity of SO2 and NH2 of Poaceae and Fabaceae Crop Plants by Nirmal Babu Rao, Amena and I Sobha; Chapter 20: Genetic Diversity Studies i Printed Pages: 323. Seller Inventory # 56447

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D.C. Saxena

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2013)

ISBN 10: 9381450854 ISBN 13: 9789381450857

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book contains articles contributed by experts from various parts of the country from research institutes like CFTRI, DRFL, SLIET, CIPET, ICAR, PAU etc. This book will be a valuable addition to the literature on food grains that has been designed systematically to include basis and advanced knowledge on quality management in addition to the collection of articles in the fields of: Quality Strategies, Approaches and Management, Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents , Value Addition, Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management, Product Development Status and New Strategies, Storage and Handling, Grading and Trends of Milling Industries Tables of Contents:- Section ? I : Quality Strategies Approaches and Management Chapter 01. Total Quality Management and Food Safety H.P.S. Nagi and Savita Sharma Chapter 02. Wheat Protein Composition and its Relation to Quality of Indian Traditional Products U.J.S. Prasada Rao Chapter 03. Development of Testing Protocol for Processing Machinery to Enhance Grain Quality R.K. Gupta and R.K. Vishwakarma Chapter 04. Mycotoxins in Cereal Grains Deepa Srivastava, Tanuja Srivastava, C.S. Riar, Sukhcharn Singh and D.C. Saxena Chapter 05. IPR Issues ? Scenario of Indian Universities and Institutions K.A. Anu Appaiah Section ? II: Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents Chapter 06. Adulteration in Cereal Grains: An Overview G.S.Padda, Amarjeet Kaur and Poonam A. Sachdeva Chapter 07. Quality Evaluation of Bakery Flour Amarjeet Kaur, G.S. Padda and Umesh Kamble Chapter 08. Functionality of Wheat Gluten Proteins Bhupendar Singh Khatkar Chapter 09. Emerging Technology in Quality Evaluation S.N. Jha Chapter 10. Water Absorption Characteristics of Green Gram and Black Gram Monesh, M. Pethe, Jagdish, S. Nikhade, V.B. Kalmegh Section ? III: Value Addition Chapter 11. Use of Emerging Technologies in Evaluating Wheat Genotypes for their Suitability for Value Addition Qualities J.P. Jaiswal, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and Archana Vaishnava Chapter 12. Strategies for Nutrient Fortification of Wheat Flour and Bakery Product Alok Kumar Srivastava Chapter 13. Value Addition in Wheat Through Identification of Genotypes for Biscuit Making Qualities Archana Vaishnava, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and J.P.Jaiswal Chapter 14. Effect of Specific Gravity Separation on the Quality of Paddy (Oryza sativa L.) Seeds During Storage Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sapanpreet Kaur Chapter 15. Effect of Pea Grits on the Extrusion Cooking of Rice-Pea Blends Baljit Singh and H.P.S. Nagi Section ? IV: Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management Chapter 16. Quality Management in Post-harvest Operation of Food Grains S.M. Ilyas and R.K. Goyal Chapter 17. Strategies for Upgrading Quality of Food Grains at Competitive Cost During Storage and Handling Rajinder Singh Chapter 18. Post-Harvest Management of High Moisture Paddy in Punjab V.K. Sehgal, V.K. Thapar, M.S. Alam, M. Arora, D.K. Sharma and P.C. Grover Chapter 19. Improvement in Sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) Seed Quality in Marginal Lots by Specific Gravity Separator Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sanjeev Uppal Section ? V: Product Development: Status and New Strategies Chapter 20. Plant Breeding ? An Orientation Towards End Product Quality A.K. Bakshi and G.S. Mahal Chapter 21. Physico-Chemical, Milling and Rheological Characteristics of Indian Wheat and Triticales for Pretzel Making H.R. Naik, K.S. Sekhon, H.P.S. Nagi, and G.M. Beigh Chapter 22. Newer Products: Potential Utilization of Cereals Savita Sharma, HPS Nagi, H Kaur and R Kaur Chapter 23. Reproducible Textural Characterisation of Commercial Biscuit Bhaskar Janve, Harsimran Singh, Manoj Pandey and K. Prasad Section ? VI: Storage and Handling Chapter 24. An Overview on Grain Storage Management Systems Sanjay Kumar Jain, N. Jindal and R.C Printed Pages: 308. Seller Inventory # 74590

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Satish Kumar Mehla

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2008)

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. 1. Bio fuel resources of energy for socio economic growth/Shiv Charan Mathur. 2. Jatropha an environment friendly fuel and an opportunity for employment generation in rural and Urban India/R.L. Srivastava and D.K. Mishra. 3. Supply Chain network of Jatropha Oil for biodiesel/S.P. Srinivasan P. Malliga and S. Murugan. 4. Necessity and potential for biodiesel use in India/B.R. Singh and Onkar Singh. 5. Bio fuel a sustainable fuel of future/B.L. Salvi and O.P. Jakhar. 6. Bio fuels trends technology gaps and priorities/Arghya Sardar and Nirmala Kaushik. 7. Liquid fuels from biomass and urban waste by Integrated Gasification Fishcer Tropsch Process economic evaluations/R. Avella G. Cornacchia and D.A. Matera. 8. Green Revolution in India through set up of Total Quality Rural Based Bio Fuel System (TQRBFS)/N.N. Garvalia. 9. Rural employment through cultivation of bio fuel plants/R.P. Gupta. 10. Bio fuel production import substitution/Vivek Sheel and R.P. Gupta. 11. Marketing strategies of bio fuels/Debabrata Maji. 12. Pongamia based farming system for improving rural economy in semi arid tract of Northern Karnataka/S.B. Devaranavadgi S.V. Dodamani S.A. Gaddanakeri S.Y. Wali S.B. Namagouda and D.P. Biradar. 13. Bio fuel blessing to rural employment/Pramila R. Patil. 14. Biodiesel business for Indian entrepreneurs/S. Murugan. 15. Bio fuels fast forward/Shanta S. Sharma. 16. Ethanol a viable fuel/S. Karthick A. Samuel Darwin and P. Durai Murugan. 17. Bio Fuels Green Renewable Energies of the Twenty First Century/Pramod B. Lanjewar and M.S. Deshmukh. 18. Use of Green fuel to mitigate the heavy impact of diesel and gasoline on environment and economy/N.T. Khobragade Sunita Sanganeria and Ruchira Rathore. 19. Jatropha based biodiesel for future world energy needs/J. Bhagwan Reddy S. Viswanathan P. Venugopal and Syed Yousufuddin. 20. Renewable energy sources needs for rural development/O.P. Jakhar and Naveen Choudhary. 21. Bio fuel vision for future/Gurkirpal Singh and S.S. Sooch. 22. Bio fuels the key to India's sustainable energy needs/J. Bhagwan Reddy J.N.V. Srikanth K. Harikrishna and Pranitha. 23. Bagasse power in India meeting challenges of energy environment and sustainable development/M. Premalatha S.R. Rajkumar S. Shanmuga Priya and V. Sivaramakrishnan. 24. Economic viability and cost effectiveness of biodiesel/S.L. Bankar and A.B. Bhake. 25. Public Transportation System of Ajmer City with Jatropha Oil an economic analysis/R.S. Rathore D. Choudhary B.D. Gidwani and C. Sharma. 26. E 85 the fuel of the future/Aneesh Chintaman Gangal and B.B. Shrinivastava. 27. Biodiesel marketing challenges and strategies/Neeraj Anand. 28. Consumption of domestic fuels in rural farm households of Tamilnadu/R. Sundara Raman. 29. Role of distance education in promoting biofuel technology/A.K. Purohit S.S. Pareek and Anita Singh. 30. New extension needs in the context of bio fuel technology/Subhash Chandra P.N. Kalla A.K. Purohit and Satish Kumar Mehla. 31. Bio fuel for rural employment/Lokesh Jasrai. 32. Bio fuels from renewable resources advantages and limitations/Susheel Kalia B.S. Kaith A.S. Singha Sanjeev Sharma and Sumer Singh. One of the most challenging issues being faced by the developing countries in the twenty first century having about their 70% of population staying in rural areas is how to simultaneously attain energy security economic growth poverty mitigation and environmental protection for all citizens. These concerns have lead to research for bio fuel to overcome the above said problems. In India it is not possible for all to get absorbed in government/private services it will be a wise step to go for self employment whatever may the situation/limitation be. Also bio fuel industries appear to be better substitutes than fossil fuel and can eliminate the problem to a great extent. However the main concern with bio fuel is its high costing therefore selection of total quality rural based bio fuel system i. Seller Inventory # 67259

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S C Sati

Published by I K International, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8188237809 ISBN 13: 9788188237807

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. A. Fungal flora/diversity 1. Fungal flora of two altitudinally different streams of Kumaun Himalaya/M. Belwal and S.C. Sati. 2. Diversity and occurrence of water moulds in Kumaun Himalaya/P.C. Paliwal and S.C. Sati. 3. Aeromycospora of Agra City/S.V.S. Chauhan and Antima Kulshrestha. 4. Perspectives of microbial diversity in forests of Central India/Jamaluddhin. 5. Observations on Waterborne Fungi of Uttara Kannada Region/C. Ramesh and S. Vijaykumar. 6. A new species of Periconiella from Kathmandu Valley Nepal/Usha Budathoki. 7. New fungal record from Kathmandu Valley Nepal/N. Pandey M.K. Adhikari P. Maharjan and Usha Budathoki. 8. Pythium species in the water bodies of Kumaun Himalaya India a review/Archana Tiwari and R.D. Khulbe. B. Fungal diseases/management 9. Eco friendly disease management approach in horticulture/R.C. Sharma Sanjeev Sharma and N.P. Dohroo. 10. Seed storage fungi in mustard and changes in protein oil starch and sugars under storage/S.I. Ghugal and R.P. Thakre. 11. Evaluation of some essential oils for their Fungitoxicity against Penicillium expansum (link)/Pramila Tripathi N.K. Dubey and Prafull Kumar. 12. Diversity of stored grain pest and their role in spreading mould contamination/Neeta Pande. 13. Disease development and disease intensity of Puccinia nepalensis Barclay and Dietal at Nainital Kumaun Himalaya/Anwesha Sah and Uma Tiwari Palni. C. Fungal physiology/ecology/pollution 14. Colonisation and successional pattern of aquatic hyphomycetes in freshwater streams of Kumaun Himalaya/S.C. Sati and N. (Tiwari) Pant. 15. Diversity Biogeography and Ecological Functions of Filamentous Fungi in Mangrove Ecosystem/K.R. Sridhar and K. Ananda. 16. Species composition of waterborne conidial fungi in two altitudinally different streams of Kumaun Himalaya/M. Belwal N. Pargaien and S. Bisht. 17. Dynamics of litter decomposition by fungi in oak forests of Kumaun Himalaya/R.C. Gupta G.P. Pandey and R.L. Fotedar. 18. Leaf litter decomposition in Kumaun Himalayan Forest a review/S.C. Sati and Neetu Gupta. D. Fungal biotechnology/symbiosis 19. Biotechnological approaches for improvement of mycorrhizal fungi and their application in nursery practices/Manoj Bhatt Anurag Yadav and R.C. Dubey. 20. Mycorrhizae as biocontrol agents against plant pathogens a review/Manoj Tiwari A. Tiwari and S.C. Sati. 21. Role of fungi in biodeterioration of museum objects/Arun Arya. 22. Mushroom research and development a perspective /R.P. Singh and Pratibha Bhat. 23. Assessment of fungal diversity a molecular approach/Jyoti Saxena and Bhakti Bajpai. 24. Mushroooms of medicinal importance and their components/Pratibha Bhatt S.C. Sati and R.P. Singh. 25. Ecological study of epiphytic lichens on Cupressus torulosa in Nainital/Neerja Pande S.C. Sati and Prachi Joshi. 26. Perception of elicitors of Arbuscular Mycorrhiza and nitrogen fixing bacteria signal transduction/Mohd. W. Ansari R. Srivastava V. Tewari and A.K. Sharma. Index. Microbes including fungi constitute an important component of biodiversity. They comprise one of the biggest kingdoms in the living world. A lot of work has been done in mycology in the past several years in India and abroad. The present book comprises a collection of 26 original research articles by eminent mycologists. These articles have been categorized under four major sections. This book would be very useful for researchers teachers and students studying mycology. 334 pp. Seller Inventory # 67444

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170354471 ISBN 13: 9788170354475

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Alternative agricultural practices a sustainable approach for conserving biodiversity as well as developing an eco friendly environment/Arvind Kumar. 2. Biological nitrogen fixation in rice a review/M. Senthil Kumar and S.P. Sundaram. 3. Indirect organogenesis through pseudostem callus in turmeric variety suguna of Curcuma Longa L./M.C. Gayatri V. Roopadarshini and R. Kavyashree. 4. Resource productivity and allocation efficiency in the production of sunflower and groundnut in Andhra Pradesh/Y. Sudhakar Reddy and G.P. Reddy. 5. Identification of Radish (Raphanus sativus L.) and tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) varieties by Gel electrophoresis and isozyme analysis/Adarsh Pal Vig and Navneet Kaur. 6. Effect of different levels of NPK on the growth behaviour of Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de wit and yield of Zea mays L. in Mizoram/U.K. Sahoo P.C. Vanlahluna and R. Mohan. 7. Correlation of physiological and biochemical characters in seed conservation studies of cucumber and watermelon/C. Vanniarajan Sanjeev Saxena and T. Nepolean. 8. Integrated weed management in soybean (Glycine max.)/Pardeep Kumar and Sat Paul Mehra. 9. Response of Eugenia bracteata (Wild.) Roxb. to VAM Rhizobium and molybdenum source/Ramesh H. Ratageri and H.C. Lakshman. 10. Seasonal variation in population of microtermes obesi Holmgren in rose plantations of M.J.P. Rohilkhand University Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh) (Insecta isoptera)/Sachin Srivastava Sudhakar Gupta Pushpa Singh and Kamna Singh. 11. Management of brinjal shoot and fruit borer through insecticidal application and varietal resistance/Rabindra Prasad Muneshwar Prasad Rajesh Kumar and Devendra Prasad. 12. Medicinal plants of ethnobotanical importance curing diabetes from Namakkal District (Tamil Nadu) India/M. Rajasekara Pandian G. Sharmila Banu G. Kumar and K.H. Smila. 13. Consumptive use WUE and moisture extraction pattern by rapeseed and greengram as influenced by fertility levels and straw mulch/B. Mitra P. Bose B.K. Mandal and S.K. Hansda. 14. Relative salt tolerance of selected perennial tree species/B.R. Gurumurthy M.B. Shivanna Naryan S. Mavarkar and H.V. Rudramurthy. 15. Effect of fly ash soil amendment on the cultivation of root crops a case study/N. Tripathi R.S. Singh P.K. Mishra and P.S.M. Tripathi. 16. Distribution and uses of Euryale ferox salisbury in Manipur/P.K. Singh. 17. Evaluation of basmati rice based crop sequences for productivity economic returns and soil health/M.S. Sidhu and R. Sikka. 18. Assessment of phytotoxicity of SO2 and NH3 of Poaceae and Fabaceae crop plants/Nirmala Babu Rao Amena and I. Sobha Rani. 19. A note on air pollution tolerance index of some plants growing at Hyderabad/Nirmal Babu Rao Amena and I. Sobha. 20. Genetic diversity studies in introgressed lines of Gossypium hirsutum cotton using cluster analysis/J.S.V. Samba Murthy and N. Chamundeswari. 21. Seed borne fungi of celastrus paniculatus willd. and their control/R.K. Aher L.S. Gund A.A. Kulkarni and R.R. Saswade. 22. Effects of neem leaf extract on growth characteristics and organic constituents of trigonella foenum graceum L./S.L. Khapke R.K. Aher D.A. Bandal G.V. Vyavahare Y.B. Agre D.B. Shelake and R.K. Shaikh. 23. Study of important medicinal plants from Parner Tahasil Dist. Ahmednagar India/S.K. Aher V.S. Shinde R.B. Ghogare A.R. Thube Y.P. Date S.R. Paimode and A.R. Kale. 24. Phytochemical studies of ethnobotanically significant plant evolvulus alsinoides Linn. from the tribal region of Deoghar District of santal paraganas/B.N. Jha and S.K. Chaudhury. 25. Physicochemical parameters and elemental analysis of the soils of sugarcane fields with and without red rot disease incidence/S. Velmurugan R. Narayanaswamy and S. Ravi. 26. Inhibitory effect of hemidesmus indicus R.Br. on calcium oxalate crystal growth in vitro/T. Vimala S. Gopalakrishnan and Y.M. Fazil Marickar. 27. Effect of saline irrigation on chlorophyll and proline contents in selected tree species/B.R. Gurumurth. Seller Inventory # 60736

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S K Chaturvedi; Sanjeev Kumar Sharma and Madhurendra Kumar

Published by Radha Pub, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8174875328 ISBN 13: 9788174875327

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About this Item: Radha Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. SAARC A profile/Sanjeev Kumar Sharma. 2. Conflict or Co operation in South Asia problems and prospects/Sujit Lahiry. 3. South Asian Co Operation a victim of prejudices/Jitendra Narain. 4. South Asian Co operation From historical to 21 century/Anupam Sharma. 5. Reflection on the new development in South Asian region/N.S. Gehlot. 6. Dynamics of regional co operation in South Asia role and strategies of SAARC/Tanuja Singh. 7. Reconstruction of regional co operation in South Asia in the post 9/11 era/Sonu Trivedi. 8. The effectiveness of SAARC in resolving problems/B.M. Baeen. 9. South Asian Co operation on poverty alleviation SAARC strategies for human welfare in 21 century/Prashant Amrutkar. 10. Effectiveness of SAARC in resolving the problems for human welfare/Yogendra Singh and Babit K. Bihan. 11. Participatory strategies for human welfare in South Asia/Aureliano Fernandes. 12. Economic integration a theoretical outlook and deeper integration under SAFTA/Nisar ul Haq. 13. Problems of good governance and prosperity in South Asia a strategical solution/Marghoob Alam. 14. Women empowerment Self Help Groups/P. Hussain Khan and V. Kavitha. 15. Strategies for women empowerment in India/G. Sreeramalu. 16. Future strategies of welfare and development in South Asia Co operation and trade though North East India/Manmohan Singh Negi. 17. Human security and violence against Women in South Asia/Dinesh Kumar Singh. 18. Economic growth and political reforms as the key to human security/Manmeet Kaur. 19. Bureaucracy and Civil society in the reform process of Bangladesh/Mohd. Aminul Karim. 20. Trafficking the vices and the victims of North Bengal as a synecdoche of SAARC problem/Ranjita Chakroborty. 21. A paradigmatic study of India's National Security in the South Asian context/U.P. Thakur and C. Narsimha Rao. 22. Nuclear weapons and security of the states a study of South Asian dilemma/R.S. Yadav and Suresh Dhanda. 23. A study of the prospects to control nuclear proliferation in South Asia/Sanjay Srivastava. 24. Changing role of military in providing human security contribution of education/Asha Gupta. 25. Role of military in politics a comparative study of General Zia ul Haque and General Pervez Musharraf Regimes in Pakistan/Madhurendra Kumar. 26. Missile race and security concerns in South Asia/Savita Gupta. 27. Chinese strategic limitations in South Asia/Sukhwant S. Bindra. 28. Terrorism in South Asia/Niraj Kumar Jha. 29. Terrorism in South Asia perspective and prospect/Sohan Lal Meena. 30. Role of media in promoting regional co operation among SAARC Countries/U.K. Jha. 31. Kashmir after Kargil hopes re ignited/Sanjay Kumar. 32. Indo Bangladesh relations insights into co operation and conflicts/Supriya Singh. 33. Role of third parties in the ethnic conflicts of South Asia an assessment/Shivali Agarwal. 34. Home spun terrorism in South Asia/A.P.S. Chouhan and Bibhuti Singh. 35. Jammu and Kashmir issues and challenges/Pradeep Narayan Maske. 36. Decline of monarchy in Nepal/S.K. Chaturvedi. Bibliography. The South Asian region is confronted with enormous challenges ranging from regime instability low level of economic development human security mutual conflicts of nations growing tentacles of terrorism militarisation of political systems to arms race and nuclearisation. It is amidst these constraints the regional grouping i.e. South Asian Association of Regional Co Operation not only addresses the different dimensions of human development strategies in South Asia in the 21 century it also provides a forum to deliberate over the challenges it faces and seeks viable remedies of these problems. Although its viability as a strong regional forum like ASEAN and GCC is often questioned nevertheless SAARC has successfully established its credentials in the comity of nations. This book probes all these issues that impinge upon the political and strategic dynamics of South Asia with remarkable subtl. Seller Inventory # 73251

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edited by Vir Singh, K.P. Singh, Akanksha Rastogi, Nanda Nautiyal and Bipin Kumar

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About this Item: Biotech Books, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Potential of Keratinase isolated from Bacillus Badius RSI as a dehairing agent in leather industry/Amit Verma, Hukum Singh Pal, Rachna Singh and Sanjeev Agrawal. 2. Evaluation of bio-pesticidal property of some medicinal plants against tobacco caterpillar spodoptera litura fab./Anju Basera and R.P. Srivastava. 3. Molecular characterization of Salmonella rare serovars isolated from Gangetic water based on REP-PCR/Balwant Singh, D.P. Mishra, Amit Tyagi and M.K. Saxena. 4. Bench scale performance study of the UASB for the treatment of biopharmaceutical effluent/C.T.Puttaswamy, L. Udaya Simha, R. Vinay, K.R. Swathi and N.N. Rakesha. 5. Partial purification and characterization of alkaline protease from Bacillus sp. isolated from soil/R. Agrawal, A. Verma, P. Panwar and A.K. Verma. 6. Isolation and screening of pectinase producing micro organism/Vibha Bhardwaj and Neelam Garg. 7. Screening of bacterial isolates for extra cellular amylase/Rachna, Amit Verma, Piyush Kumar, Vinod Sangwan and Sanjeev Agarwal. 8. Biosorption of carcinogenic dye onto chemically modified rice husk used as adsorbent in packed bed column mode: a low cost environment friendly approach/Rahul Mishra, Praveen Kushwaha and Papita Saha. 9. Bioenergy: a potential source for global cooling/K.P. Singh, Manjul Mungali and Rajesh Kumar. 10. DHS down flow hanging sponge bio-tower: a self sustainable sewage treatment system for developing country/Rakesh Kumar Bhardwaj, Rajpal Singh, Hariom Sharma and Surender Kumar Bhardwaj. 11. Nanobiosensor: a modern tool of diagnostics/K.P. Singh and Sweeti Ahlawat. 12. Biotechnology environemnt and biosafety: predicting long-term implications of GMOs/Vir Singh, Nanda Nautiyal and Akansha Rastogi. 13. Mutagenetic studies in soybean glycine max L. Merrill: a reveiw/Deepika and Deepak Kumar. 14. Induced mutagenesis in urdbean vigna mungo L. Hepper/Deepika, Deepak Kuma and V.K. Vatsa. Index. Seller Inventory # 109710

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P C Trivedi

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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Biotechnological approaches in management of nematode diseases/P.C. Trivedi. 2. Potential of biotechnology in crop improvement and sustainable agriculture/K.R. Koundal and R.C. Bhattacharya. 3. Computational and experimental proteomics opening new horizons in microbial research/Srinivasan Ramachandran and Anannya Bandyopadhyay. 4. DNA finger printing of trees a review of recent progress/Gyana Ranjan Rout. 5. The transgenic plants the genetically modified food for thought/Vikram Saini Ritu Berwal Avtar Singh and Jitender Sharma. 6. Genetic transformation in strawberry a review/Amjad M. Husaini and Dinesh K. Srivastava. 7. Agrobacterium and monocot plant transformation/Ajinder Kaur Raman Gill and S.S. Gosal. 8. Protoplast fusion and somatic hybridization in higher plants an emerging genetic engineering technology/N. Ramakrishnan. 9. Probiotic functional foods new concepts in nutrition and health/Praveen A. Balgir and Baljinder Kaur. 10. Transgenic insects resistance in vegetable crop improvement/Sanjeev Kumar and Major Singh. 11. Biotechnological approaches in the detection and treatment of cancer/Devarajan Karunagaran and Goodwin Jinesh. 12. Somatic embryogenesis an important tool for in vitro propagation of plants/Menka Sharda and Usha Mukundan. 13. Tissue culture studies on Bambusa polymorpha/I.D. Arya P.K Rana and Sarita Arya. 14. Ribosomal genes in plants phylogenetic importance/Vijeshver Verma Syed Mudasir Ahmad Masood Majaz Ganaie Seemi Farhat Basir Zafar Reshi and Ghulam Nabi Qazi. 15. Variability induced through tissue culture current status and future prospects/Alka Srivastava. 16. Technological advances for development of new ornamental varieties/S.K. Datta. 17. Recent advances in tree biotechnology and the associated environmental concerns/Tarun Kant U.K. Tomar C.J.S.K. Emmanuel. 18. Biotechnology risk assessment/Jitender Sharma and Ms. Manni Kuthiala. 19. Micropropagation of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) species a review/Y.K. Bansal. 20. Secondary metabolites for host plant resistance to insects/S. Sadasivam and B. Thayumanavan. 21. Intellectual property rights in biotechnological inventions/Meenakshi Prajneshu. 22. Ribozymes RNA acting as a catalyst/Ritu Berwal Vikram Saini Jitender Sharma and Shivani Gupta. Biotechnology has been quite helpful in keeping pace with the demands of every increasing human population and in improving the quality of human life. Major biotechnological achievements associated with human welfare have been from fields like plant and animal tissue culture microbial biotransformation genetic engineering molecular farming transgenic plants and animals monoclonal antibodies for the diagnosis of disease etc. The present book Advances in Biotechnology contains 21 chapters on varied aspects of biotechnology covering holistic information on the subject. Excellent account of transgenic insect resistance in vegetable crop improvement secondary metabolites for host plant resistance to insects and application of biotechnology in nematology have been given in the book. The book will be useful to biotechnologist biologist researchers teachers and students of biotechnology. 414 pp. Seller Inventory # 58941

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Brijesh Kumar Mishra (Ed.)

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2014)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book contains chapters written by young enthusiastic scientists, teachers and researchers who are involved in research, teaching and extension of modern scientific agricultural principles and practices in different parts of India. Attempts have been made to cover various aspects of modern agriculture viz. genetic improvement of crop plants, modern methods in plant breeding, seed science, ground water resources management, integrated farming systems, horticultural crops, biological control for sustainable agriculture, underutilized fruit plants health enhancing foods, role of enzymes in food processing, bioinformatics and molecular diagnostics etc., but still many facets lingering due to vast nature of agriculture itself. The major aim of this book is to provide glimpse of important arena to enhance food and nutritional security in a sustainable way. Contents Preface Chapter 01. Genetic Improvement of Crop Plants: Conventional and Modern Techniques P. Kumar Chapter 02. Modern Methods in Plant Breeding: Options & Challenges Avinash K. Srivastava, Jagesh K. Tiwari, Bir Pal Singh & Vinod Kumar Chapter 03. Advances in Seed Science and Technology R.K.Singh, Vinod Kumar and E.P. Venkatasalam Chapter 04. Ground Water Resources Management K.K. Yadav and P.K. Singh Chapter 05. Composting Process: Physiology and Microbiology Brijesh Kumar Mishra, Sunil Kumar and Ashutosh Sharma Chapter 06. Integrated Farming Systems for Sustainable Agriculture in Southern Rajasthan Hari Singh, S.K. Sharma, S.S. Burark, L.N. Dashora and G.L. Meena Chapter 07. New Interventions in Productions and Protection of Horticultural Crops D.K.Sarolia, Raju Lal Bhardwaj, M.K.Sharma and Vineet Kaswan Chapter 08. Ageratum conyzoides: Biological Control for Sustainable Agriculture Rajesh Kumar Chawla and Rajvir Singh Chapter 09. Molecular Diagnostics Technique for Plant Pathogens Rahul R. Bakade, Sundaresha S. and R. K. Singh Chapter 10. Ber Postharvest: Science and Technology Sunil Pareek Chapter 11. Molecular Markers in Crop Improvement: An Introduction Jagesh K. Tiwari, Avinash K. Srivastava, Poonam, Vinay Bhardwaj and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 12. Health Enhancing Foods for Health and Nutrition Security Urvashi Nandal Chapter 13. Quantitative Trait loci Underlying Nutrient Stress in Crops: An Update Jagesh K. Tiwari, Sundaresha S, Avinash K. Srivastava, and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 14. Bioinformatics in Plant Genome Analysis: An Introduction Jagesh K. Tiwari, Sundaresha S., Shashi Rawat and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 15. Patentability of Microorganism: Indian Scenario Krishan Gopal, Sundaresha S, Jagesh K. Tiwari, Ajit Singh Naosekpam, Vinay Bhardwaj, Sanjeev Sharma and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 16. Recent Advancement of Potato Production Technology in India Jagesh K. Tiwari, Manoj Kumar, Bir Pal Singh and Vinod Kumar Chapter 17. Role of Underutilized Fruit Plants in Sustainable Development of Agriculture Raju Lal Bhardwaj and Urvashi Nandal Chapter 18. A Glimpse of Plant Databases for Crop Improvement Ritu Singh, Shashi Rawat, Sundresha S.,Jagesh K. Tiwari and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 19. Role of Enzymes in Food Processing Sunil Kumar, Ravi Kant Verma, B.K. Mishra and D.S. Chopra Printed Pages: 484. Seller Inventory # 74597

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P L Gautam; Vir Singh and Uma Melkania

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About this Item: Daya Pub, Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editorial Revive our tormented planet Ecosystem diversity and carbon sequestration hold the key/Vir Singh Uma Melkania and P.L. Gautam. I. Agenda for the revival of our tormented planet issues facing the ecologically shattered and economically globalised world 1. Ecosystem diversity and carbon sequestration some issues confronting humanity/Vir Singh and P.L. Gautam. 2. Global climate change a challenge before humanity/S.P. Singh. 3. Management of ecosystems for livelihoods and carbon sequestration in India Harmony within natural elements a mantra for human happiness/J.S. Bali. 4. Carbon sequestration a vision/Vishal Mahajan and Kamal Kishor Sood. 5. Carbon a material for the twenty first century prospects and promises/B.S. Tewari and Ajay. II. Ecosystem diversity in India Scenarios anthropogenic dimensions and management 6. Forest ecosystems and carbon sequestration in India keeping the greenhouse gas at Bay/J.B. Lal. 7. Operationalising CDM Afforestation and reforestation projects in India analysis of barriers at National and International Level/Sandeep Tripathi and V.R.S. Rawat. 8. Microbial diversity as an indicator of soil organic carbon status redevelopment of humid subtropical perturbed ecosystem/Saurindra Nr. Goswami and Soneswar Sarma. 9. Ecosystem diversity and sustainability towards middle path/B. Mohan Kumar. 10. Sacred groves in India celebrating sanctity of Life through biodiversity conservation/Anubhav Kundan Singh Akanksha Rastogi and Vir Singh. III. Life on edge Climate change critical environmental problems alarming trends species extinction and the likes 11. Climate change and its effects on global biodiversity evidences of alarming trends and species extinction in different eco regions of the world/Ragupathy Kannan. 12. Climate change and its effects on global biodiversity triggering effects and frightening prospects/B.S. Mahapatra A.P. Singh A.K. Chaubey and D.K. Shukla. 13. Impact of climate change on crop productivity need of adjustments in agriculture/S.K. Saini Yogendra Pal and Amit Bhatnagar. 14. Global warming contribution of livestock and its control/D.N. Kamra and Someshwar S. Zadbuke. IV. Environmental Management A search for viable options 15. Role of biofertilizers to mitigate environmental problems soil fertility management to hill agro ecosystems/Susheela Negi G.K. Dwivedi and R.V. Singh. 16. Effect of sugar industry effluents on seeds germination and seedling growth of Linum usitatissimum L. The Green Revolution Bowl reels under industrial pollution/Neelam and Ila Prakash. 17. Soil carbon sequestration a study in Eucalyptus hybrid plantations/Asha Upadhyay and Uma Melkania. 18. Alternate use of biomass for sustainable development gasification technology for solving energy crisis in rural areas/Raj Narayan Pateriya and Sadachari Singh Tomar. 19. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi a unique organism of potential implications for carbon sequestration/Rashmi Srivastava Shruti Chaturvedi Preeti Chaturvedi and A.K. Sharma. 20. Role of plant transcription factor DOF in enhancing nitrogen use efficiency molecular means for promoting organic farming/Dinesh Yadav Nidhi Gupta Anil Kumar Pushpa Lohani Munna Singh and U.S. Singh. 21. Fibre yielding plants and carbon sequestration banking on ecological attributes of economic plants/Sapna Gautam and Uma Melkania. V. Himalayan mountains Rejuvenated fragile ecosystems can give appropriate response to global warming 22. Sustainable sloping land management options potential effects on carbon sequestration in Upland soils in the Himalayas/Isabelle Providoli Sanjeev Bhuchar Keshar Man Sthapit Madhav Dhakal and Eklabya Sharma. 23. Rangelands resources in the mountains management objective should focus on carbon sequestration enhancement/R.D. Gaur Vir Singh and Babita Bohra. 24. Himalayan conservation and development the Mighty mountains can put the earth's climate systems in order/M.L. Dewan. VI. Carbon sequestration A life building life sustaining and life enhan. Seller Inventory # 73343

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S.S. Katewa

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ISBN 10: 8172337760 ISBN 13: 9788172337766

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About this Item: Scientific, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Theme I : Pharmacology of Natural Plant Products: 1 Traditional and modern medicines from Fungi/Cedric J. Pearce and Nicholas H. Oberlies. 2 Tribulus terrestris L. and Smilax species – Chemistry and bioactivity/I. Kostova, D. Dinchev and A. Ivanova. 3. Evaluation of the toxic effect of aqueous extract of the bark of Morinda morindoides root in male Wistar rats/Olukunle, J.O., Abatan, M.O., Adenubi, O.T., Ajayi, O.L. and Thomas F.C. 4. Molecular basis for anticancer and adjunctive therapeutic potential of Thymoquinone in oncologic disease/Sanjeev Banerjee, Mansi Parasramka, Fazlul H Sarkar and Ramzi M Mohammad. 5 Antimicrobial guided isolation of three bioactive constituents from Ficus botryocarpa Fruit Latex/J.S. Wau, A.H. Harakuwe, S. Akoitai, D. Timi, H. Sakulas, R. Gubag-Sipou and P. Wangiwan. 6 Supercritical fluids technology in new herbal drug discovery/Vimal Kumar. 7 Anti-ischemic effect of Ginkgo biloba extract: facts and myths/Jan Lehotsky, Martina Pavlikova, Maria Kovalska, Stanislav Straka and Peter Kaplan. 8. Scientific validation of the anticancer activity of the Alstonia scholaris Linn/Manjeshwar Shrinath Baliga. 9. In vitro antimicrobial activity of roots of Bombax ceiba Linn.–An ethnomedicinal plant/Vartika Jain, S.S. Katewa and S.K. Verma. 10. Pharmacognostic standardization of leaves of Buchanania lanzan Spreng/Hitesh Shingadia, Meenakshi Vaidya and Hardik Joshi. 11 Essential oil growth for predication of major chemical constituents of an isointermedeol rich Strain of Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex Steud.) Wats (a chemotype of Indian origin) by using energy indices at sub–tropical environment having potential anticancer activity/A.K. Shahi. 12 Pharmacognostic standardization of Vitex negundo Linn. (Verbenaceae)/Meenakshi Vaidya. 13. Influence of initial concentrations of cholesterol on the uptake of cholesterol by the standard Lactobacillus strains and Lactobacillus isolates/Khushbu Singhal, Joshi Harshada and Chaudhary B.L. 14. Enhancing the yield of Gymnemic acid, a potent antidiabetic agent from Gymnema sylvestre R.Br. by Microwave-assisted extraction and evaluation of its bioavailability/Suhas Pednekar , Nilesh Joshi, Sasikumar Menon, Sunita Shailajan and Bhalerao Khairnar. 15. Esophageal mucoprotective effects of curcumin on cadmium chloride induced toxicity in swiss albino mice/Preeti Singh, Priya Mogra, Vandana Sankhla, Kanchan Deora, and Abha Patni. Theme II: Traditional Knowledge and Biodiversity Conservation: 1 The role of folk or herbal medicine in developing modern drugs and nutraceuticals/P. Pushpangadan and Vipin Mohan Dan. 2. Impact of historical texts on today’s medicinal plant knowledge – Implications for ethnopharmacology/Marco Leonti. 3. Creation of a sustainable economic and social business model between Senna-producing villagers in the Thar Desert and a California herbal product company/Josef A. Brinckmann. 4. Ethnomedicine and discovery of drugs in Indian context: An overview/N. C. Shah. 5. Ethnomedicine in drug discovery - Let history tell the future/Pulok Mukherjee, Neelesh K. Nema, S. Pandit, P. Venkatesh, S. Bhadra and Kakli Mukherjee. 6. Ethnomedicine: A potential resource for some typical health ailments of global concern/Tribhubana Panda. 7. In situ conservation of medicinal plants in Rajasthan/Satish Kumar Sharma, Anita Jain and S.S. Katewa. 8. Ethnomedicinal plants and practices of Coastal Karnataka/ M.J. Bhandari and K.R. Chandrashekar. 9. Ethnomedicinal practices of Nyishi (Daffla) tribe of Arunachal Pradesh/R.C. Srivastava. Subject Index. Traditional medicines, especially the folk herbal medicines have recently been receiving heightened interest the world over. A less visible, but potentially more important application of recent advances in biosciences is the research and validation of herbal medicines used in experience based medicines, such as Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda. Ethnobotanical approaches to drug discovery which relies on using the knowledge of ind. Seller Inventory # 108746

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K K Singh; Suman Phogat; Alka Tomar and R S Dhillon

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Neem Its Botany and Forestry 1. Neem an introduction/Alka Tomar and K.K. Singh. 2. Geographical distribution ethnobotany and indigenous uses of Neem/Anjana Chowdhary and Vinod Singh. 3. Botany of Neem/R.S. Dhillon K.S. Ahlawat and J.S. Pundeer. 4. Neem (Azadirachta Indica) based agroforestry systems/D.P.S. Nandal and R.S. Beniwal. 5. Silviculture of Neem and its role in agroforestry and social forestry/C. Swaminathan and S. Raguraman. 6. Techniques of neem plantation and its economic benefits/V. Phogat Sanjay Kumar K.K. Singh and Satyavan. II. Cultivation and Improvement of Neem 7. Molecular markers challenges and applications in neem improvement/R.S. Dhillon Y. Kumar and M.S. Hooda. 8. Sexual and asexual propagation in neem and selection for High Azadirachtin content/Rajni Chauhan H.S. Saralch and Sanjeev K. Chauhan. 9. Tissue culture an indispensable tool in neem improvement/M.S. Punia R.S. Dhillon R.P. Saharan K.S. Ahlawat and J.S. Pundeer. 10. Diseases of neem an overview/J.C. Kaushik and D.P.S. Nandal. 11. Impact of industrial pollutants on growth of neem/Bimlendra K D.P.S. Nandal and J.C. Kaushik. III. Chemical Constituents and their Bioactivity 12. Secretory cells of neem and in vitro production of chemicals/P. Ravichandran and P. Dayanandan. 13. Chemical wealth of Azadirachta indica (neem)/Bina S. Siddiqui Syed Tariq Ali and Syed Kashif Ali. 14. Chemistry of Azadirachtin and other bioactive isoprenoids from neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss.)/Navneet Saxena and Yogesh Kumar. 15. Synthesis and biological activity of Neem (Azadiricta indica A. Juss.) Compounds/Suman Phogat K.K. Singh Seema and B.S. Yadav. IV. Bioactivity Against Microflora and Microfauna 16. Bioassay methods and risk assessment with neem based pesticides/S. Raguraman and N. Ganapathy. 17. Hormetic action of Azadirachtin in an insect system implications in pest management a case study/Samindranath Mukherjee. 18. Biological effects of neem/S. Durairaj and S. Muthazhagu. 19. Integration of botanical and microbial pesticides for the sustainable management of insect pests/Murugan K. and Vanithakumari G. 20. Role of neem (Azadirachta indica) in the management of plant diseases/Datar V.V. and Khalikar P.V. V. Bioactivity Against Insect Pests 21. Bioactivity of neem against phytonematodes/E.I. Jonathan and R. Uma Maheswari. 22. Efficacy of neem cake against soil nematodes fungi and nematode fungal complex diseases/E.I. Jonathan and R. Uma Maheswari. 23. Role and scope of neem based products in cotton pest management/Rajbir Singh and V.R. Bhagwat. 24. Recent studies in the management of insect pests of cotton/K.K. Dahiya J.S. Rana and Deepika Kalkal. 25. Neem as an insecticide against aphid (Homoptera Aphididiae)/J.S. Rana R.S. Jaglan and K.K. Dahiya. 26. Stored grain insect pests management/S. Jeyarajan Nelson Y.S. Johnson and T. Edward. 27. Neem in pest management of horticultural crops/R.P. Soundararajan and V. Lakshmanan. VI. Enhancing Fertilizer Use Efficiency 28. Neem in insect pests and fertilizer management/K.K. Singh Alka Tomar and Gayatri Verma. 29. Role of neem in increasing Nitrogen use efficiency/D.J. Dahiya Ravi Kumar V. Phogat and R.P. Narwal. 30. Role of neem in fertilizer industry/I.K. Suri. VII. Contribution to Human and Veterinary Medicine 31. Neem in health and cosmetics/Alka Tomar Gayatri Verma Suman Phogat and Mahadevi Singh. 32. Neem in Malaria and vector control/B.R. Mirdha. 33. Role of neem oil in control of vectors of Malaria Filariasis and Dengue/B.N. Nagpal Aruna Srivastava and A.P. Dash. 34. Neem a broad spectrum contraceptive/Mandeep Singh Dhingra Vikas Gautam and Meera Sharma. 35. Role of neem in ancient veterinary medicine/K.K. Jakhar and S.K. Gupta. VIII. Promoting Neem and Its Cultivation 36. Encouraging on farm neem cultivation for sustainable livelihoods of subsistence farmers/Kamal Kishor Sood. 37. Promoting neem at the global level/S. Vincent. Index. The present volume provides a comprehensive an. Seller Inventory # 73442

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edited by D.R. Khanna, R. Bhutiani, Gagan Matta and Vikas Singh

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ISBN 10: 8176222623 ISBN 13: 9788176222624

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About this Item: Biotech Books, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Biodiversity conservation and wild life management/G.N. Vankhede. 2. Taxonomy and diversity of the fish fauna of the Ganga river in Garhwal hills/S.P. Badola and Smita Badola Budakoti. 3. Unsafe water contact: cause for new amoebic disease/A.K. Sharma and Tabrez Ahmad. 4. Evaluation of construction industry role and its related activity in the changing climate circumstances/D.R. Khanna, Dheeraj Kumar, R. Bhutiani, Gagan Matta and Vikas Singh. 5. A case study of ambient noise pollution in Agra city (U.P.) India/Shakun Singh and J.P. Singh. 6. Brassinosteroids: biochemical and physiological perspective (s)/H. Punetha, Shivom Singh, Kajal Srivastava and A.K. Gaur. 7. Herbaceous structure and species diversity pattern in quercus leuchotrichophora forest of phakot watershed Uttarakhand Himalaya, India/P. Pokriyal, G.K. Dhingra, Ramdas and Sanjeev Lal. 8. Environmental monitoring and assessment during the construction of Indian scientific base Bharti station in Antarctica/Pawan Kumar Bharti. This book Biodiversity Conservation and Environmental Management covers the rich biodiversity of various states of India and different strategies applied by the local people as well as national agencies for their conservation. Biodiversity is of very much importance and care of each species is very much essential as its extinction could disturb the ecosystem, which will ultimately harm us. So this book could provide basic knowledge and conservation steps for some of important species. Work presented in chapters of this book could be very much helpful for various other researchers, working in the field of biodiversity conservation. The book consists of 31 chapters and well tabulated and graphical representation is also done where necessary. Seller Inventory # 109725

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edited by Birendra Prasad and Sunil Kumar

Published by Satish Serial Publishing House (2013)

ISBN 10: 9381226504 ISBN 13: 9789381226506

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About this Item: Satish Serial Publishing House, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. 1. Policies, procedures and strategies for optimization of WTO's effects/Sudhakar Dwivedi, Pawan Kumar Sharma, M.C. Dwivedi and R.R. Kushwaha. 2. Biotechnological tools in modern agriculture/Bijendra Singh and Aakansha Goswami. 3. Plant genetic resoruces conservation, evaluation, characterization and utilization in vegetable crop improvement/S.K. Maurya, Amar Singh, Monisha Rawat and V.K. Singh. 4. Precision farming under changing climate situation/A.K. Singh, Birendra Prasad and Pravesh Kumar. 5. Recent approaches for improvement of seed quality/S.K. Yadav, Manjunath Prasad C.T., Sangita Yadav and V.A. Tonapi. 6. Influence of climate change on agriculture/Seema Yadav and Neeraj Tandan. 7. Ecological aspects of metagenomic approach/Ravindra Soni. 8. Management of soil fertility for sustainable agricutlure/S.P. Vishwakarma and O.P. Maurya. 9. Medicinal and aromatic plants for sustainable agriculture development/A.K. Prabhakar, Puja Srivastava and Ajay Kumar. 10. Temperate fruits: an overview/Abhishek Bahuguna, Sandhya Bahuguna, Birendra Prasad and R.S. Bali. 11. Post harvest management of food crops/Rupa Upadhyay. 12. Rats and their managements/Surendra Prasad, Reena and Birendra Prasad. 13. Recent advances in diseases of cucurbits and their management/Gireesh Chand, J.N. Srivastava, Randhir Kumar and R.B. Verma. 14. Physiological disorders of vegetable crops/M.L. Kushwaha, S.K. Mishra and V.K. Singh. 15. Integrated management of botrytis grey mould of chickpea/Lajjavati, Neelam and K.P.S. Kushwaha. 16. Trichoderma: a bio agent for plant disease management under organic agriculture/Ashish Kumar, Mansee Govil, Gaurav Mahajan, T.K. Singh, Jameel Akhtar and Z. Khan. 17. Farmer's perception and buying behaviour regarding nitrogenous and customized fertilizers in Ludhiana District of Punjab/Ashutoash Singh, S.K. Dubey and Harpreet Singh. 18. Agro eco tourism and livelihood enhancement in Uttarakhand: a case study of Corbett's village Chhoti Haldwani/Mustfa Hussain and Ashutosh Singh. 19. Dairy-based functional foods: concept and application/V.P. Singh, Neelam Sachan and Sunil Kumar. 20. Nutraceuticals for animal health and production: concept and potential/A.K. Pathak, R.K. Sharma, Ankur Rastogi, Pavan Kumar and Pranav Kumar. 21. SHG and rural development/Veena Kumari, Sanjeev Kumar and Abhay Kumar. This book entitled Reshaping Technology for Agricultural Development edited keeping in view that by the introduction of modern technologies in agriculture along with excess use of chemical fertilizer and pesticides is a major problem associated with agriculture ecosystem and danger for agricultural sustainability and in this context, it is urgently required to reshape the agricultural technology which is to be technically sound, economically viable, eco-friendly and socially acceptable. Present book may be expected to stimulate the interest in the field of agriculture and to think for reshaping the agriculture technology among scientist, researchers, users, curators, student and all those who are engaged and interested really to promote sustainable agriculture intensification for the benefit of human kind and next generation. Seller Inventory # 109713

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

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2009)

ISBN 10: 8131305414 ISBN 13: 9788131305416

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

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edited by K.V. Peter

Published by Daya (2013)

ISBN 10: 8170358140 ISBN 13: 9788170358145

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About this Item: Daya, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. 1. Management of genetic resources of horticultural crops in the emerging IPR regime/J.C. Rana and Sanjeev Saxena. 2. Horticultural biodiversity heritage sites/Anurudh K. Singh and J.P. Yadav. 3. Impact of climate change on biodiversity/Anita Srivastava and Om Kumar. 4. Role of sacred groves in the perspective of biodiversity conservation with special reference to Kumaon Himalayas/Tariq Husain, Priyanka Agnihotri and Harsh Singh. 5. Biodiversity in anthurium/Manjunath S. Patil and Anil R. Karale. 6. Capsicums and paprikas/K. Madhavi Reddy. 7. Chrysanthemums/P. Narayanaswamy. 8. Custard apple/S.S. Hiwale. 9. Jujube/Sunil Kumar Sharma. 10. Papaya/Sunil Kumar Sharma. 11. Potato/K.M. Indiresh and H.M. Santhosha. 12. Sponge gourd/D.K. Singh and Mangaldeep Sarkar. 13. Tamarind/V. Ponnuswami, M. Prabhu, S.P. Thamaraiselvi and J. Rajangam. 14. Tomato/Ravindra Mulge. 15. Aonla/Sant Ran and S.K. Sharma. 16. Bael/S.K. Sharma, R.S. Singh and A.K. Singh. 17. Citrus/T.K. Hazarika. 18. Okra in Thailand/Amnuai Adthalungrong. 19. Orchids in Arunachal Pradesh/Krishna S. Tomar and Sunil Kumar. 20. Orchids of Himalayas/R.B. Ram, Rubee Lata and M.L. Meena. 21. Temperate and sub tropical vegetables/D.Ram, Mathura Rai and Major Singh. Index. Biodiversity of Horticultural crops-their conservation documentation characterization morphological and molecular description bio prospecting and studies on uses and product development are assuming considerable significance. Biodiversity is even described as wealth of nation and even linked to wellness and happiness of man and fitness of planet earth as his abode. Climate change, natural disasters like flood drought earthquakes and hurricanes and above all greed of man are shrinking the biodiversity spectrum. Number of plants in red data book is on rise and plants getting extinct are increasing recorded and unknown. There is limited interest in the profession of taxonomy. Seller Inventory # 110373

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

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

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K.L. Chadha, A.K. Singh and V.B. Patel

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About this Item: Westville Pub, 2011. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Preface Contributors I Climate Change 1 Research status and future strategiesS Naresh Kumar and PK Aggarwal 2 Impact on productivity and qualityGurbachan Singh 3 Rainfed regionB Venkareswarlu NN Reddy VS Rao and JVNS Prasad 4 Coastal regionP Rethinam and K Sivaraman 5 Coastal regionP Rethinam and K Sivaraman 6 Cold Arid RegionBrahma Singh and Sanjayi K Dwivedi II Bioversity Management 7 Tropical fruit genetic resources conservationRamanatha Rao and BMC Reddy 8 Endangered and wild fruit speciesH Ravishankar and AK Singh 9 Biotechnological interventionsV Celia Chelam DB Parakh AK Maurya and RK Khetarpal 10 Phytosanitary issuesRK Khetarpal and Kavita Gupta 11 IPR issuesS Mauria and Sanjeev Saxena III Innovative Production Technologies 12 Genetically modified cropsP Ray Choudhury and SK Datta 13 Breeding fruit cropsAK Singh 14 Breeding vegetable cropsAS Sidhu and K Madhavi Reddy 15 Canopy architectureGorakh Singh 16 Drip fertigationP Soman 17 Micro irrigation and fertigationTBS Rajput 18 Organic farmingRP Mattoo and DC Das 19 Conservation horticultureVN Sharda 20 Protected cultivation R and DR Krishna Manohar 21 Integrated pest managementOM Bambawale HR Sardana and Naved Sabir 22 Insect pest disease forecastingCD Mayee OM Bambawale and HR Sardana 23 Pesticides residuesKaushik Banerjee Ajay K Upadhyay PG Adsule and Sagar C Utture IV Mechanization 24 Horticultural cropsMM Pandey and SC Mandhar 25 Plant protection equipmentSL Patel 26 Post harvest equipmentRT Patil RK Gupta and RK Vishwakarma V Value Chain 27 Horticulture to horti-buisness a win-win opportunityAshok C Khosla 28 Organized retailGokul Patnaik 29 Commodity exchangesR Ramaseshan 30 Medicinal and aromatic plantsNagendra P Singh VI Post Harvest Management 31 Handling of fruits and vegetablesHN Mishra 32 Storage and shipment for exportBijay Kumar VII Value Addition 33 Innovation in fruits and vegetablesAS Bawa OP Chauhan and PS Raju 34 Medicinal and aromatic plantsP Pushpangadan and Vipin Mohan Dan VIII Human Health and Nutrition 35 Bioactive substanceT Longvah 36 NutraceuticalsPritam Kalia and Partha Saha 37 Functional foodsSuman PS Khanuja and Ashutosh K Shukla IX Standards in Horticulture 38 Planting materialNC Mistry 39 Cold chain qualityRK Sharma 40 Produce and productsChinmayee Deulgaonkar 41 Quality and safetySC Khurana X Horti Inputs 42 Vegetable seedsSurinder K Tikoo 43 Plant nutrientsSatish Chander 44 PlasticsKrish S Iyengr Alok Mishra and Rohit Lall 45 PesticidesSali Singhal XI Livelihood Opportunities 46 Diversification to horticultureHS Gupta JK Bisht M Kumar AK Sivstava and JC Bhatt 47 Raising income of poor farmersKD Kokate 48 Mango plantation by tribal peopleRajeev Ranjan 49 Interventions by AVRDC the world vegetable centerML Chadha SK Sain M Ravishankar Bharat Bhushn and Roohani Pal 50 Horticultural CRSP USAIDR Voss E Mitcham P Kasemsap KV Raman M Reid M Bell and A Crump 51 Interventions by ABSP IIK Vijayaraghavan KV Raman A Medakker and Chiranth CR XII Skill Development 52 Manpower requirementR Rama Rao SK Nanda Sreelatha and Ram Prasad 53 Development small producers institutional infrastructureSangita Ladha XIII Integrated Horticulture Development 54 Policy initiativesSanjeev Chopra 55 Cold chainPrasanta Kumar Swain 56 Maharashtra StateKD Kokate and PM Haldankar 57 Gujarat StateSR Chaudhari 58 Sikkim StateKK Singh 59 Himachal Pradesh StateGurdev Singh XIV Technology Transfer and Adoption 60 Horticulture informatics networksMadaswamy Moni 61 Mobile advisory serviceAmit Mehra 62 Krishi Vigyan Kendras 63 Agri-Science ParkWilliam D Dar and Abdul Rahman Ilyas XV Finance 64 Credit for horti-businessKG Karmakar 65 Micro financingNV Ramana 66 Contract farming and value chainSK Srivastava 67 Agri insuranceKN Rao Author indexThe book delineates precisely the growth of Indian horticulture in the recent past the role this sector has played in alleviating the malnutrition and income raising and its contribution in overall agricultural GDP of the nation The ro. Seller Inventory # 89930

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