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D. Senthil Kumar & A. Senthil Rajan

Published by Himalaya Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. (2010)

ISBN 10: 8184886365ISBN 13: 9788184886368

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D. Senthil Kumar & A. Senthil Rajan

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Ashwani Kumar Goel,Rajinder Kumar,Satwinder S. Mann

Published by Daya Publishing House (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170354544ISBN 13: 9788170354543

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book deals with the latest developments in postharvest operations in agriculture, horticulture and vegetable crops. It includes 15 chapters on different topics contributed by the experts in their fields of specializations. The prospects and opportunities in post-harvest management and value-addition have been discussed taking into consideration the present global scenario. Drying being a very important post-harvest operation, has been explained in a separate chapter. Storage structures need special care for maintaining the quality of the produce for merchandising in off-season, thus have also been included in this book for the readers. Potato among vegetables and mango among fruits being significant crops, their processing and packaging, respectively, have been keyed out for the entrepreneurs. To Highlight the urgent need of value-addition in the present times, the separate chapter on value-addition of cereals and soybean has been included. Since horticultural crops are perishable and their chemical and enzymatic changes deteriorate the quality of the produce, pre-cooling techniques have been elaborated.;This book with the above details would be a reference tool for the researchers, planners and teachers who are engaged in the field of Postharvest Technology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Soybean Food Potential and Technology for its Utilisation in India by Nawab Ali; Chapter 2: Postharvest Management and Value-Addition: Prospects and Opportunities by S M Iilyas and R K Goyal; Chapter 3: Potato Processing by R Ezekiel; Chapter 4: Postharvest Management by M K Garg; Chapter 5: Prospects of Postharvest Technology and Value Addition in Pulses by R K Goyal and S M Ilyas; Chapter 6: Enhancing Food and Nutritional Security through Postharvest Management and Value Addition in the Present Era of Globalization by S P S Guleria; Chapter 7: Drying Technology by D K Gupta; Chapter 8: Storage of Food Grains by Sanjay Kumar Jain and R C Verma; Chapter 9: Pre-Cooling of Horticultural Produce by Satish Kumar and Mahesh Kumar; Chapter 10: Process Optimization of Cereal-Banana Based Ready to Eat Extruded Snack Food by K Karthika, K Thangavel and R Viswanathan; Chapter 11: Packages for Export of Horticultural Produce by S C Mandhar and G Senthil Kumaran; Chapter 12: Machinery for Raw-Mango Processing and Export of Mango by S C Mandhar, G Senthil Kumaran, A Carolin Rathinakumari and C Nehru; Chapter 13: Priorities for Postharvest Management of Agriculture and Allied Sectors in North-eastern Region by K K Satapathy; Chapter 14: Nutri-Cereals: Value-addition of Coarse Cereals and Millets by R C Verma and S K Jain; Chapter 15: Postharvest Handling and Management of Horticultural Crops in North-eastern Region by D S Yadav and R K Yadav.; Printed Pages: 327. Seller Inventory # 56986BV

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D. Senthil Kumar & A. Senthil Rajan

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Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum

Published by Ukaaz, Hyderabad (2004)

ISBN 10: 8188279137ISBN 13: 9788188279135

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About this Item: Ukaaz, Hyderabad, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. Editors. Contributors. 1. Java programming/D.P. Bhavani Shekar Azra Sultana and Irfan Ali Khan. 2. Networking concepts/D.P. Bhavani Shekar Azra Sultana and Irfan Ali Khan. 3. Introducing internet to biologist/D. Kandavel C. Aiyavu and S. Senthilkumar. 4. Bioinformatics a prophet of plenty/Shyam S. Mandal H.K. Mandal I. Priya D.K. Choudhary and C. Ray. 5. Databases some background information/R. Aparna and S. Senthilkumar. 6. DNA chip database of gene expression/Shyam S. Mandal. 7. Pathway databases an introduction/C. Aiyavu D. Kandavel and S. Senthilkumar. 8. Finding a sequence record for a gene/R. Aparna and S. Senthilkumar. 9. Sequence alignment/R. Aparna and S. Senthilkumar. 10. Protein engineering orchestrating future biosciences/D. Kandavel C. Aiyavu and S. Senthilkumar. 11. Remote sensing a tool of agroinformatics/Shyam S. Mandal H.K. Mandal R. Kumar and D.K. Choudhary. 12. Using blast for similarity searching/R. Aparna and S. Senthilkumar. 13. Aspects of advanced protein engineering/C. Aiyavu S. Senthilkumar D. Kandavel and S. John Britto. 14. An encyclopedia or bioinformatics web resource part I/C. Aiyavu D. Kandavel and S. Senthil Kumar. 15. An encyclopedia of bioinformatics web resource part II/C. Aiyavu D. Kandavel and S. Senthil Kumar. 16. Electronic information resources and bibliographic management/K. Sudhakaran G. Baskar Rajan Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum. 17. Tracing the development of various important molecular visualization techniques/C. Aiyavu D. Kandavel S. Senthilkumar and Y. Hariharan. The development of bioinformatics started with the networking of computers and accumulation of data on genes and proteins in biotechnology. This discipline is still young and may be traced back to the 1970s when augmented DNA and protein sequencing became possible and biotechnologists started generating large amount of data on various parameters of genes and proteins. The discipline developed further during mid 1980s when use of computers became very popular for data storage and access by users locally or remotely. It was this period when various tools to store manage and access the information through computers were developed. The use of computers in biomedical sciences grew exponentially after this period when researches started relying on them for experimental data recording analyzing storing brewing technical literature and modeling of proteins and genes. This discipline helps us to collect compile analyze process and represent the information in order to understand processes of life health disease status and find new processes or better drugs delivery system for genes drugs and other genetic components for life improvement and to educate oneself. 348 pp. Seller Inventory # 50984

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya Publishing House (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170353866ISBN 13: 9788170353867

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Goethe said-Everything originated in water, and everything is sustained by water. Really with its multidimensional uses, water is one of the most precious gifts of nature without which no life could survive. The maximum part of the earth is covered with water but unfortunately we have only 3% of it in the form of freshwater, out of which 2% is in the form of glaciers and mountain ice thus only 1% of the total is on disposal for various requirements. The water is more enough if it is used and managed properly but due to our mismanagement and non-awareness, the whole world is facing teething crisis of water shortage as well as water pollution. Not only this, the waterbodies are now-a-days treated as dustbin. Man has miserably failed to realize his unabated interference in the natural recycling of essential elements, which have posed a serious threat to his own existence.;The aim of this book is to provide a wide-ranging and authoritative coverage or water pollution, which is fundamental to our understanding and appreciation of the nature of aquatic environment. The book will be very much helpful for students, research scholars, Professors, scientists and policy makers in order to provide a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Status of Freshwater in India: A Review by Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra; Chapter 2: Hydrochemical Studies on Suvarnamukhi Sub-basin of Arkavathi River, Bangalore District, Karnataka by H C Vajrappa and N Rajdhan Singh; Chapter 3: Prediction of Nitrate Pollution of Groundwater: A Case Study by Sarbjit Singh Sooch, Baljeet S Kapoor, Bijay Singh and N S Grewal; Chapter 4: Mining Initiatives for Placer Deposits Along the East Coast of India: A Preliminary Assessment of Possible Impact on Coastal Environment by M Jagannadha Rao, J Venkata Ramana and M Chandra Rao; Chapter 5: Influence of Thermal Stratification on Dissolved Oxygen in Subhas Sarobar, Kolkata by N R Samal, D Roy, A Mazumdar and B Bose; ;Chapter 6: Pollution of Drinking Water by Iron in Tribal Area of Sundargarh District, Orissa: A Guide to Community Health Workers and Non-government Organizations by P C Sahu and H K Sahoo; Chapter 7: Microbial Contamination in Drinking Water: Cause, Detection and Remedy by M K Bhutra and Ambica Soni; Chapter 8: Pollution Impact on the Hybrobiology of River Nakatia at Bareilly by Neelima Gupta, V K Verma and D K Gupta; Chapter 9: Status of Drinking Water Quality Awareness and its Impact on Student Health: A Study of Schools of Buldana District by S V Agarkar and B S Thombre; Chapter 10: Analysis and Seasonal Comparative Study of Amanishah Nallah and Neighbouring Ground Water Sources in Sanganer Town, Jaipur by Dinesh Kumar, Hari Singh, Mahavir Prasad and R V Singh; Chapter 11: A Study on Groundwater Quality in Residential Colonies of Visakhapatnam by T Usha Madhuri and B Subhashini; Chapter 12: Relation Between COD and BOD in Sewage and Groundwater Samples Around Nasik City by S P Wagh and V S Shrivastava; Chapter 13: Software Development on Groundwater Quality of Chengalpattu Environs, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu (GQS) by R Annadurai and P Kamaraj; Chapter 14: Soil and Groundwater Pollution by Agrochemicals: A Review by D S Kler, Navneet Kaur and R S Uppal; Chapter 15: Groundwater Quality Index Near Industrial Area by Deepali A Sohani, G R Chaudhary and V S Shrivastava; Chapter 16: Studies on Primary Productivity of a Wetland by O P Mandal, A K Sinha and K M P Sinha; Chapter 17: Seasonal Fluctuation of Primary Production in Bonal Reservoir, Gulbarga District, Karnataka by H Anjinappa and K Vijaykumar; Chapter 18: Study on Zooplankton Diversity in Relation to Some Hydrological Parameters in a Freshwater Pond Ecosystem by C Maruthanayagam, S Radja Piragache and C Senthil Kumar; Chapter 19: Water Printed Pages: 291. Seller Inventory # 59222BV

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Senthil Kumar Kannan, Dhachinamoorthi Duraisamy, Prasada Rao Chennu Maruthi

Published by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, United States (2019)

ISBN 10: 6200300992ISBN 13: 9786200300997

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, United States, 2019. Paperback. Condition: New. Aufl. Language: English. Brand new Book. We have a great pleasure in bringing out this book entitled "pharmaceutical formulation lab manual" with an aim to create interest in the practical aspects of the subject, which will come a long way in its application.This book deals with the experiments, principle and procedure of various categories of pharmaceutical formulations useful for B.Pharm and Pharm.D students. Valuable suggestions and comments in this regard from the students as well as the teachers are always welcome, as the feedback will help us for further improving the manual. Seller Inventory # OMN9786200300997

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Senthil Kumar Kannan, Dhachinamoorthi Duraisamy, Prasada Rao Chennu Maruthi

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, United States, 2019. Paperback. Condition: New. Aufl. Language: English. Brand new Book. We have a great pleasure in bringing out this book entitled "pharmaceutical formulation lab manual" with an aim to create interest in the practical aspects of the subject, which will come a long way in its application.This book deals with the experiments, principle and procedure of various categories of pharmaceutical formulations useful for B.Pharm and Pharm.D students. Valuable suggestions and comments in this regard from the students as well as the teachers are always welcome, as the feedback will help us for further improving the manual. Seller Inventory # KNV9786200300997

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Lalitha Ramakrishnan,S.A. Senthil Kumar

Published by Serials Publications (2012)

ISBN 10: 8183874878ISBN 13: 9788183874878

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Liberalization of Indian economy has opened the boundaries for free trade, including services sector especially, the insurance sector, and a lot of new players, both multinationals and Indian companies with foreign collaboration, have entered this arena realizing the vast potential in insurance industry. Since insurance is an emerging sector in India, a basic knowledge of emerging paradigms insurance and management has therefore become essential for the students opting for this course as well as for the practitioners. With this view in mind, the authors present this edited volume with a holistic view of every dimension of insurance management in the sequence of life, general, health, miscellaneous and insurance management. Key Features Separate chapters are devoted to each sub-discipline of insurance such as life insurance, general insurance, health insurance, miscellaneous insurance. A separate chapter is given for insurance company management in which all the management related functional applications applied to insurance sector is discussed. This book is primarily designed for students of management, commerce and those pursuing specific insurance courses and also for research students who pursue M.Phil., and Ph.D., with insurance as a research topic. It can also be profitably used by industry & practitioners. Finally, the book will be invaluable to managers of Life and General Insurance companies, Banks (engaged in Bancassurance), and Security firms. Printed Pages: 407. Seller Inventory # 56093BV

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Asha Sinha,R.C. Ram

Published by Daya Publishing House (2007)

ISBN 10: 817035448XISBN 13: 9788170354482

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The scope of microbiology has enlarged tremendously during last 25-30 years. The present volume deals about the microbial diversity comprising 25 reviews papers and research papers from outstanding scientists of India. This will provide a new sight in basic and applied research related to plants and microbial diversity. It mainly includes, fungal, bacterial and nematode diversity, mushrooms cultivation, biofertilizers, disease resistance, biological control, plant disease management, plant diseases and role of microbes in soil fertility. The primary goal of preparing this Volume is to present a balanced view of the diversity and provide the fundamental information that will allow students and scientists to understand the complexities of those issue.;This book is suitable for students of post-graduate, research scholars, senior research fellow and research associate in mycology, microbiology, plant pathology, plant bacteriology and plant protection. It will also be extremely useful to the teachers, instructors and scientists engaged in pursuit highger knowledge in this area.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Legume-Rhizobia Symbiosis in Sustainable Agriculture by A Hemantaranjan; Chapter 2: Diversity in Fungi Associated with Seeds by M N Khare and M S Bhale; Chapter 3: Use of Various Agricultural Residus and By-products for Mushroom Cultivation: A Review by R C Ram; Chapter 4: Biodegradation of Rice Residues by Soil Mycoflora in Rice Wheat Cropping System by Vibha and Asha Sinha; Chapter 5: Diversity in Stripe Rust Flora and Matching Genes in Wheat: The Indian Scenario by V C Sinha, Rajiv K Sharma and Sanjay Kumar; Chapter 6: Fungi and Grain Storage in Tropics by Jai Prakash Rai, Alok Kumar Singh, Raghavendra Singh and Asha Sinha; Chapter 7: Indigenous Soil Microbial Biodiversity: Key to Sustainable Agriculture by D P Singh and B K Sarma; Chapter 8: Role of Microbial Agents in Insect Pest Management by Nitin Joshi and Manoj Kumar Pandey; Chapter 9: Induces Resistance: A Biotechnological Approach for Induction of Defense-related Molecules in Plant Disease Management by Anuj Kumar, Vinod Kumar and R N Kharwar; Chapter 10: Micronutrients: Key for Disease Management by Raghavendra Singh, Jai Prakash Rai & Alok Kumar Singh; Chapter 11: Postharvest Diseases: Strategies and Management by R C Ram; Chapter 12: Rhizoctonia solani in Reference to Banded Leaf and Sheath Blight of Maize by Alok Kumar Singh, Jai Prakash Rai and Satish Chand Saxena; Chapter 13: Rhizobium: A Potential Biofertilizer by Neerja Asthana and Niranjan Kumar; Chapter 14: Participatory Production of Trichoderma by Ramesh Chand, Chanda Khushwaha, V K Chandola and A K Joshi; Chapter 15: Characterization of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) by S Ameer Basha, B K Sarma, K Annapurna, Senthil and U P Singh; Chapter 16: Screening of Sunflower Genotypes for Resistance or Tolerance Against Alternaria Blight by A V V Reddy, C V C M Reddy, U Rajeswari, B Sinha and C Appunu; Chapter 17: Effect of Glomus fasciculatum AM Fungus and Nitrogens on Biomass Yield, Chlorophyll, Juice and Sucrose Contents of Saccharum officinarum L by Kamal Prasad and R S Bilgrami; Chapter 18: Morphology and Pathogenicity of Isolated of Fusarium moniliforme Causing Pokkah Boeng Disease of Sugarcane in Maharashtra by A S Patil, Hema Singh, R R Sharma and G P Rao; Chapter 19: Management of Root-knot Nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) on Lentil (Lens esculenta Monch) by Amar Bahadur, D P Singh and Pramila Gupta; Chapter 20: Studies on Some Dominant Species of Aspergilli Isolated from Soil of Rice-Wheat Cropping System by Asha Sinha, P S Kalhapure and Rakesh K Singh; Chapter 21: Evaluation of Casing Media for Cultivation of Agaricus bisporus (Lange) Imbach by T S Shandilya and R S Jarial; Chapter 22: Strain Improvement in Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus spp) by Mithilesh Kumar, Harsh Kumar & Daya Printed Pages: 324. Seller Inventory # 56283BV

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M P Poonia and S K Mehla

Published by Pointer, Jaipur (2008)

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Effect of variation of injection pressure on performance and exhaust emission of C.I. Engine using biodiesel/M.S. Deshmukh D.S. Deshmukh and K.M. Nayak. 2. Combustion enrichment and emission reduction of biodiesel using exhaust gas recirculation and fuel conditioning/P. Govindasamy and S. Dhandapani. 3. Effect of air preheating influence on performance and emission characteristics of DI diesel engine using Jatropha curcas as fuel/R. Udayakumar M. Mohamed Musthafa and R. Murugan. 4. Performance and emission characteristics of Ricardo variable compression engine using three degummed non edible vegetable oils Jatropha Karanja and Putranjiba/S.K. Haldar B.B. Ghose and A. Nag. 5. Performance and emission characteristics of a single cylinder diesel engine fuelled with coconut oil and its blend/S. Saravanan S. Ramakrishnan V. Anandram G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao and S. Sampath. 6. Performance and evaluation of Pongamia (Karanj) oil as an alternative fuel for surface transportation/Satish K. Bhele and Ajay V. Kolhe. 7. Experimental analysis of diesel engine with Karanji seed (Pongamia glabra) oil diesel blend/R.S. Shinde S.S. Goilkar and D.S. Patil. 8. Comparative performance and emission characteristics study of a direct injection CI engine fuelled with diesel vegetable oil blends/P. Manikalithas D. Valavan and M. Udayakumar. 9. Comparison of combustion emission and performance characteristics of DI diesel engine fuelled with Pungam methyl ester and diesel/G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao Saikishan S. Vijay Manikandan J. S. Sampath and K. Rajagopal. 10. Emission testing of diesel engine on B20 biodiesel blend as per EMA durability test/Nitin Talokar and Y.C. Bhatt. 11. Performance evaluation of biodiesel engine and exhaust emission aspects/G.N. Vajani R.L. Dharamshi B.V. Chauhan V.Y. Shah D.M. Panchal and Alpana Mahapatra. 12. A comparison study of biodiesel prepared from two major tree borne seed oils engine performance and emissions in a direct injection diesel engine/Sukumar Puhan N. Vedaraman B.V. Ramabrahaman and G. Nagarajan. 13. Environmental effects of biodiesel exhaust emission/Sushil Kumar Saraswat. 14. Experimental investigation on performance and emission characteristics of Straight Vegetable Oil (SVO) fuels for CI engine/Dilip R. Pangavhane Prashant B. Nehe and Ram A. Thakar. 15. Comparative study of important properties of different Straight Vegetable Oils (SVOs) and diesel/Mohd. Yunus Khan and Shalabh Mathur. 16. Environment friendly vegetable oils as fuels for C.I. Engines a critical review/C.P. Sigar M.P. Poonia S.L. Soni and D. Sharma. 17. Experimental investigations on a four stroke single cylinder diesel engine with esterified Mahua Oil/G.V.N.S.R. Ratnakara Rao and V. Ramachandra Raju. 18. Biodiesel acting as an excellent alternative fuel and its performance on diesel engine/J. Bhagwan Reddy M. Kranthi Kumar K. Vishwas and M. Maleswara. 19. NOX and particulate emission studies for overload condition of a CI Engine fuelled by Vegetable Oil Ester/Sudesh Bekal and T.P. Ashok Babu. 20. An experimental investigation on Mahua oil (Madhuaca indica oil) Methyl ester as a renewable fuel for DI diesel engine system/K. Anandavelu V. Ilangovan R. Senthil and C.G. Saravanan. 21. High temperature air/steam gasification of biomass and waste/J. Bhagawan Reddy P. Vinod Kumar M.R. Prahast and A.V.K. Pranavi. 22. Using unmodified vegetable oils as a diesel fuel extender/Chitranjan Naveen Jain P.C. Bafna and Jai Kumar Maherchandani. 23. Prediction of gaseous emissions from cofiring of coal and biomass blends/K.V. Narayanan and E. Natarajan. 24. Establishing auto gasification of coir pith using thermogravimetric analysis/I. Neethimanikam V. Kirubakaran V. Sivaramakrishnan M. Premalatha and P. Subramanian. Basically internal combustion engines or C.I. engine are designed to operate under conventional fossil fuels such as gasoline diesel LPG etc. However owing to rapid depletion escalating prices and environmental pollution rese. Seller Inventory # 71885

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Irfan A Khan and Atiya Khanum

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About this Item: Ukaaz, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction to bioinformatics/G. Baskar Rajan, N. Chezhiyan, Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum. 2. Facets of in Silico mode of biological research/B.N. Paul, Priyanka Srivastava, Brijesh Rathore, S.C. Srivastava, A.K. Saxena and A.P. Sahu. 3. Capturing Proteomics using computerised databases/S. Senthil Kumar and M. Rajasekara Pandiyan. 4. Database - an overview/S. Senthil Kumar, C. Aiyavu and M. Rajasekara Pandiyan. 5. Trends in Mics/C. Aiyavu and S. Senthil Kumar. 6. Perl programming/D.P. Bhavani Shekhar, Azra Sultana and Shameem Fatima. 7. Bioperl programming/D.P. Bhavani Shekhar, Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum. 8. Biocomputing/G. Baskar Rajan, Irfan Ali Khan, Atiya Khanum and N. Chezhiyan. 9. Bioinformatics: databases, tools and application in horticulture/G. Baskar Rajan, N. Chezhiyan, Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum. "Bioinformatics is the ideal tool to integrate data at all levels from molecule to man. It's potential in the identification of useful genes leading to the development of new gene products, drug discovery and drug development has lead to a paradigm shift in biotechnology. In future, it may become possible to prescribe drugs based on patients' genetic profile. The scientists hope to directly add healthy genes to a patients body. Bioinformatics is destined to change the face of biomedicine. It will offer the prospect of finding the better drug targets earlier in the drug development process and will cut short the clinical testing, thereby decrease the overall cost across the globe. Sensing the importance, 279 pp. Seller Inventory # 48988

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edited by Vaman Khadilkar, Anurag Bajpai and Hemchand K Prasad

Published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (2019)

ISBN 10: 9352709055ISBN 13: 9789352709052

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About this Item: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2019. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Section 1: Basics in Pediatric Endocrinology: 1. Hormone Physiology/Chetankumar Dave, Anurag Bajpai. 2. Role of genetics in pediatric endocrinology/Dhanya Lakshmi Narayananm and Ashwin Dalal. Section 2: Clinical Pointers to Endocrine Disorders in Pediatric Practice: 3. Clinical pointers in endocrine disorders that may be easily overlooked by general pediatricians/Yeshwant Krishna Amdekar. Section 3: Growth and Growth Disorders: 4. Normal Growth/ Vaman Khadilkar and Sandhya Kondpalle. 5. Endocrine regulation of growth/Kumar Angadi. 6. Growth retardation/Ankita Maheshwari. 7. Hypopituitarism and disorders of Gh-Igf-1 Axis/Ruma Deshpande, Supriya Gupte. 8. Growth hormone therapy/Vaman Khadilkar. 9. Skeletal dysplasias and other syndromes associated with short stature/Mamta Muranjan. 10. Tall stature and overgrowth syndromes/Prashant P Patil, Rahul Jahagirdar. Section 4: Disorders of Puberty: 11. Physiology of Puberty/Sirisha Kusuma Boddu.12. Precocious Puberty/Hemchand K Prasad, Anupama Sankaran.13. Delayed Puberty/Leenatha Reddy Jakkidi. 14. Turner Syndrome/Nalini Samir Shah.15. Gynecomastia/Tushar Godbole.16. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome/Ahila Ayyavoo.17. Gynecological Disorders in Children and Adolescents/Yuthika Sharma, Riddhi Patel. Section 5: Thyroid Gland and its Disorders: 18. Thyroid Gland: Embryogenesis, Physiology and Function/Riaz I, Parvathy L.19. Biochemical Evaluation of Thyroid Function/Sarah Mathai. 20. Thyroid Disorders in Newborn and Infancy/Madhura K Joshi, Neha Bhise.21. Juvenile Hypothyroidism/Sudha Rao. 22. Approach to Goiter/Smita Koppikar. 23. Hyperthyroidism/Anna Simon. 24. Thyroid Nodules and Thyroid Cancer/Ruchira Misra, Purna Kurkure. Section 6: The Adrenal Gland and its Disorders: 25. Physiology of the Adrenal Gland/Amarnath Kulkarni, Thakur Vikrant Anand Singh. 26. Adrenal Function Tests/Leena Priyambada.27. Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia/Anurag Bajpai, Hemchand K Prasad. 28. Adrenal Insufficiency Disorders in Children/Akanksha Parikh, Palany Raghupathy. 29. Adrenal Hyperfunction/Vijaya Sarathi, Prachi Bansal. 30. Endocrine Hypertension in Children/Veena V Nair. Section 7: Disorders of Sexual Development: 31. Embryology and Physiology of Normal Sexual Development/Rakesh Kumar. 32. Disorders of Sexual Development/Subrata Dey, Sanjana Dey. 33. Physiology of Osmotic and Volume Regulation/Neha Agarwal, Anurag Bajpai. 34. Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Secretion in Children/Shalmi Mehta. 35. Central Diabetes Insipidus/ Neha Agarwal, Anurag Bajpai. 36. Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus/Ruchi Nadar. 37. Renal Tubular Acidosis/Neha Agarwal, Anurag Bajpai. 38. Electrolyte Disorders/Neha Agarwal, Anurag Bajpai. Section 9: Disorders of Calcium, Phosphorus and Bone Metabolism: 39. Physiology of Calcium, Phosphorus, and Vitamin D Metabolism/Raja Padidela. 40. Evaluation of Children with Bone Disorders-Biochemistry, Radiology Including Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry and Peripheral Quantitative Computed Tomography/Anuradha V Khadilkar, Veena H Ekbote. 41. Neonatal Calcium and Phosphorus Disorders/Anju Seth, Preeti Singh. Section 10: Disorders of Parathyroid Hormone: 42. Disorders of the Parathyroid Gland/Medha Mittal, Vandana Jain. 43. Metabolic Bone Disease in Children Including Rickets/Raja Padidela. Section 11: Polyglandular Syndromes: 44. Autoimmune Polyglandular Syndromes/Aashima Dabas, Sangeeta Yadav. Section 12: Hypoglycemia: 45. Hypoglycemia in the Newborn/Senthil Senniappan. 46. Hypoglycemia in an Older Child/Ruchi Parikh. Section 13: Diabetes Mellitus: 47. Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus/Aspi J Irani, Hemchand K Prasad. 48. Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus/Anjana Hulse, Anju Virmani, M Vijayakumar, Saurabh Uppal, Poovazhagi Varadarajan, Abhishek Kulkarni, Alok Sardesai. 49. Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus/Shaila S Bhattacharya, V Shobi Anandi. 50. Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young and Other Monogenic Forms of Diabetes/Santhosh Olety. Section 14: Lipid Disorders in Children. 51. Lipid Dis. Seller Inventory # 129426

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D Kumar

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About this Item: Dominant, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. An overview of foreign direct investment in India's retail sector/R. Rajendran. 2. An overview of foreign direct investment and retail industry/S. Lakshman. 3. FDI in retail trade an appraisal/A. Kalaisevli and R. Palanivelu. 4. FDI and retail trade in India/S. Seethalakshmi. 5. FDI in retail trade/K. Vanitha. 6. FDI in India in emerging trend/K. Vanitha. 7. Opportunity vs. threat FDI entry in Indian retail market/B. Sumathisri. 8. Impact of transparency on foreign direct investment/K. Senthil Selvi and D. Kumar. 9. Foreign direct investment under WTO regime/K. Senthil and D. Kumar. 10. Foreign direct investment in retail sector in India a SWOT analysis/S.M. Suriya Kumar and K. Kaliyamurthy. 11. FDI in India's retail sector need for caution/M. James Antony. 12. FDI in retail trade in India more bad than good/S. Saravanan. 13. FDI an analysis/T. Sudakar and B. Mohamed Rafeeq. 14. Role of FDI in India after 1990/S. Safeena Banu and A. Bathula. 15. Significance of foreign investment in emerging economies and the globalisation process/M. Perumal and R. Rajakumar. 16. Growth of retail sector in small towns in India/B. Komala and P. Manickachellam. 17. Environmental impact of foreign direct investment in the mining sector/D. Kumar and K. Vanitha. 18. FDI and growth in service sectors/J. Francis Mary. 19. FDI and financial sector/K. Vanitha and D. Anitha Rexalin. 20. Pros and cons of FDI in India with special reference to retail sector/N. Chithra. 21. Indicators of retail revolution/V. Gajapathy. 22. FDI in the retail sector Indian context a review/K. Revathi. Proponents for FDI opined that foreign investment would help in improving the retail and supply chain infrastructure and generate large scale employment in the country. In addition the Indian retailers could absorb some of the best operational practices of these international retailers and gain in experience. Ultimately the consumers would benefit due to the availability of more product offerings lower prices and efficient service. Those who opposed FDI argued that the entry of foreign retail giants would be detrimental to the livelihoods of unorganized retailers in India. There were an estimated 12 million shops which accounted for 97% of the retail market in India. There were concerns that these small retail stores would not be able to compete with the operational efficiencies and financial muscle of foreign players. In the present publication the pattern of FDI and retail sectors is sets out. The collection of papers and articles presented in the following pages attempts to outline in precise and relevant terms different aspects of FDI and retail sectors in India. Papers selected in this book are written by scholars of the subject to help the reader in understanding the fundamental issues involved. The book will be of immense interest to all the students teachers researchers economists and policy makers who would like to acquire a clear perspective on FDI and retail sectors in the era of globalization. 232 pp. Seller Inventory # 70070

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P Adinarayana Reddy

Published by The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184290543ISBN 13: 9788184290547

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About this Item: The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Prof. D. Janardhana Reddy. List of the authors. I. Literacy and socio economic development 1. Literacy and socio economic Development/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 2. Impact of literacy on socio economic development/Baluchamy and C. Senthil Kumar. 3. Digital literacy in the socio economic development in India/N. Vijaya. 4. Basic education for socio economic development a study of Mahaboobnagar District/B.V. Raghavendra M.N. Swarna and B.S. Rao. 5. Impact of education on social development/K. Narasimhulu and G. Thulasi Ram. 6. Patterns of literacy and educational levels in the North Eastern Region of India/U.A. Shimray. 7. Promote literacy with human face/C. Ramakantha Sarma. II. Literacy and rural development 8. Literacy and rural development present status and further directions/P. Adinarayana Reddy D. Uma Devi and M. Mahadeva Reddy. 9. Literacy and rural development/V. Jagadeswari. 10. Literacy key indicator for sustainable development/M.V.S.S. Prakasa Rao and Y. Bhaskaracharyulu. 11. Literacy for rural development/P.P. Satyanarayana Rao. 12. Rural Development Programmes/T. Kumaraswamy and E.B. Chowdary. 13. Disparities in educational deprivation of children/M. Sundara Rao. 14. Women empowerment and poverty alleviation micro finance a way to rural development/K. Govindappa. III. Higher education and development 15. Higher education for rural human resource development/J. Livingston Philip and K. Parthasarathi. 16. Role of higher education institutions in the development of rural human resources/A. Selvaraj Gnanaguru. 17. Role of higher educational institutions in promotion of rural human resources/N. Amareeswaran and C. Manchala. 18. The role of Indian Universities in promoting rural development a case study of Jharkhand/Asha Singh and K.P. Singh. 19. Higher education institutions in dissemination of knowledge/Sugon Bhatia. 20. University community partnership for enhancing youth employability/Sween. IV. Globalization and human resource development 21. Globalization and the role of department of adult and continuing education and extension/Renuka H. Narang. 22. Scientific literacy for development and industrialization/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 23. Global development on employment potential of tourism industry/M. Rajkumar and M. Rajadurai. 24. Enhancing employment of youth through University extension in the age of globalization/J.P. Dubey. 25. Media for sustainable human resources development/J.P. Dubey. 26. Education in the knowledge age/D. Chenna Reddy. Globalisation has paved a way for sharing the dividends of natural resources by the competent people without any discrimination. In this process the people with required competencies are surging ahead leaving behind the general population. Recognizing the potentialities of the masses the Government has taken up a number of programmes to enhance their productive skills among them. The universities are also participating in the race to equip the people with required information knowledge through its extension dimension. The Department of Adult and Continuing Education of S.V. University is in fore front in these activities. The present volume is an output of a National Seminar organized on literacy rural development and industrialization. The papers included in this volume tries to explain conform or establish the role of literacy in multifaceted development of the individual and the Nation as whole. The book will be useful for the researcher policy makers programme planners and field factionary to understand the consequences of the literacy in the present day context of globalization. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 65571

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S B Verma and Shiva Kumar Singh

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Economic reforms development and environment protection 1. Impact of economic reforms on environment protection/M. Kamal Naidu. 2. Economic reforms and environment/O.P. Shukla. 3. Environmental protection/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Shiva Kumar Singh. 4. Environmental challenges and sustainable future/Gopal Bhargava. 5. Protection of environment and promotion of development/T.V. Murali Vallabhan. 6. Environmental issues in developed and developing economics/K.A. Rasure. 7. WTO challenges and dilemmas of environmental protection/A. Talapatra. 8. Environment development and occupational problems/H. Mahadevan. II. Government intervention cooperatives and NGOs 9. Environmental pollution and governmental intervention/Hadi Ghaffari. 10. Environment protection through NGOs and local community/I. Sundar. 11. Environment protection and the tenth plan/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 12. Role of cooperatives in environment protection/U.M. Shah. III. Population growth and women's participation 13. World population growth and environmental problems/P.V. Nishanth and Anindita Mitra. 14. Population explosion and its effect on environment/C.R. Dutta. 15. Women as agents in the environment conservation/Paramita Majumdar. 16. Women and ecological development meeting the challenge/Alka Srivastava. 17. Women's participation in improvement of environment and urban utilities in slums/Sabir Ali. 18. Environmental impact on child personality development/Sujay Mitra. 19. Woman and health role of internal environment/K. Vijanthimala. 20. Women environment and sustainable rural development/Jagannath Pati. 21. Environment biodiversity women/K. Vijayanti Mala. IV. Industrialisation and urbanisation 22. Environment vis a vis urbanization/M.M. Saxena. 23. Environment vis a vis industrialisation/M.M. Saxena. 24. Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) an overview/K. Sundari. 25. Urban air pollution/S.B. Verma. 26. Environmental friendly biodegradable lubricants/Joseph Toscano. 27. Industrial pollution perspectives/Sazzala Jeevananda Reddy. 28. Urban environment water supply and sanitation/R. Elango and S. Ramachandran. V. Agriculture drought and environment 29. Impact of aquaculture on environment/C.P. Reddy and D.R. Mohanty. 30. Pollution and its mitigation through plants/Kamla Kulshreshtha and A.K. Goel. 31. Environmental cost of modern intensive agriculture/Shivadhar Singh. 32. Organophosphate pesticide and their environmental impact/Gayatri Verma and K.K. Singh. 33. Globalization and its impact on agriculture an environmentalist's view/Sazzala Jeevananda Reddy. 34. Occupational health problems of agricultural workers/K. Kathirvel R. Manian and T. Senthil Kumar. 35. Effect of pollution on fish/Amita Saxena. 36. Water fish and man/Ashutosh Mishra and Abhed Pandey. 37. Drought and environment/S. Jeevananda Reddey. VI. Environmental degradation and protection 38. Lidar remote sensing and environment/S.P.S. Kushwaha and M.D. Behera. 39. Pollution space/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 40. Environmental holocaust in Himalayan ecosystem and protection/R.D. Gupta and M.R. Khajuria. 41. Environmental degradation and its protection/I. Sundar. 42. Energy auditing tool for cost minimization/Munish M. Malewar. 43. Measuring economic cost of environmental degradation in India/O.P. Shukla. 44. Degenerating sustainability/Anil P. Joshi. 45. Implementation of responsible care in India/S.K. Hazra. 46. Sewage stabilization ponds/M. Shanthala and B.B. Hosetti. 47. Save the soil save the nation/R.D. Gupta. Bibliography. Index. Environment is meant to serve and support human society by providing raw materials and inputs. Unbalanced approaches of the development negligence of environment and natural resources have distorted the picture of production as pollution. The development strategy has to reckon the inextricable link between the poverty reduction and the environmental aspects. The tenth plan therefore marks a paradigm shift as it visualizes that economic growth alone is not the obje. Seller Inventory # 56149

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Kumar, D. Senthil

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S M Mathur; A N Mathur; Y C Bhatt; R K Trivedi and Pramod Mohnot

Published by Himanshu, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8179060217ISBN 13: 9788179060216

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About this Item: Himanshu, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Foreword. 1. Weed menace in Udaipur lakes and options for control a limnological perspective/L.L. Sharma and I.J. Soloman. 2. Potential of Arundo Donax in managing aquatic weeds and other environmental problems in freshwater ecosystems/K.P. Sharma Suresh Sharma Pawan Kumar Singh and Subhasini Sharma. 3. Aquatic weeds problems and control a review/Priti Mathur. 4. Utilization of aquatic weeds as water quality indicators/Gautam Mukhopadhyay and Anjana Dewanji. 5. Alleopathy interactions in aquatic ecosystems/S.S. Narwal R. Palaniraj and S.C. Sati. 6. Lemna aequinoctialis a cheap source of biofertilizer/Sourav Sengupta Gautam Mukhopadhyay and Anjana Dewanji. 7. Intense of fox nut (Makhana) and fish culture in flood plain wetlands of Bihar a feasibility study/Tapas Paria and Utpal Bhaumik. 8. Agrobiology and management of invasive aquatic weed Ipomoea carnea/O.S. Kandasamy C. Chinnusamy R. Shanmugasundaram and A. Senthil. 9. Persistence of Paraquat in water under aquatic weed control/R. Shanmugasundaram O.S. Kandasamy and A. Senthil. 10. Digestion of aquatic weeds in bi phasic digester for biogas generation/Kusum Lata and Sanjay Mande. 11. Success story of aquatic weeds control in a tank for about 25 years/Subhasini Sharma Shweta Sharma and K.P. Sharma. 12. Potential of converting Phumdi waste of Loktak Lake into Briquettes for Fodder and fuel use/Sanjay Mande and Kusum Lata. 13. Wastewater treatment system in aquaculture based on aquatic plants/K.K. Sharma R.N. Mandal and A.N. Mohanty. 14. Studies on a polluted lentic waterbody (Anasagar Lake) of Ajmer with special reference to its physiochemical and biological status/R.P. Singh and P. Mathur. 15. Constructed wetlands for the treatment of domestic waste water a pilot plant study/B. Priya N. Manmohan Rao and R.K. Somashekar. 16. Water Hyacinth threat to environment or boon in disguise/S.M. Mathur A.N. Mathur and Y.C. Bhatt. 17. Biological control of water Hyacinth in India progress and prospects/P.N. Ganga Visalakshy. 18. Water hyacinth for pollution control and resource recovery/R.K. Trivedi and Sonia Thomas. 19. Oviposition behaviour between the water hyacinth weevils neochetina eichhorniae Warner N. bruchi Hustache its implications in biological control of eichhornia crassipes/P.N. Ganga Visalakshy. 20. Relative cost techno environmental efficacy of compost prepared from water hyacinth vis a vis cattle dung using N fixing and p solubilizing bacteria/Vivek Kumar and Amar S. Solanki. 21. Tray drying characteristics and manurial value of water hyacinth/K.P. Rawale R.C. Verma and S.K. Jain. 22. Comparative performance evaluation of different forage choppers for water hyacinth/Pramod Mohnot V.D. Mudagl and S.M. Mathur. 23. Control of water hyacinth through versatile herbicides/P.L. Maliwal Iqbal Hussain and S.L. Mundra. 24. Biomethanation of water hyacinth through fungal treatment for fuel manure and pollution free environment/N. Ali and B.L. Chaudhry. 25. Chopping and crushing of water hyacinth (elchhornia crassipes) a review/Pramod Mohnot S.M. Mathur and V.D. Mudgal. 26. Development of insulation mill board from water hyacinth (eichhornia crassipes)/Sudhir Jain and Ravi Mathur. 27. Management of plant parasitic nematodes through water hyacinth/Subash Bhargav P.K. Dashora and M.K. Sharma. 28. Influence of cutting systems on biomass reduction of water hyacinth/S.M. Mathur and Santosh Jadav. 29. Promising economic potential of aquatic weed Jal Khumbi (eichhornia crassipes) in paper industry/Meenu Srivastava. 30. A mechanical system for water hyacinth handling/S.M. Mathur and Pratap Singh. 31. Water hyacinth for energy manure and environment protection/K.K. Chabbra. 32. Water hyacinth (eichhornia crassipes) insulation millboards and their physico mechanical properties/Sudhir Jain and Ravi Mathur. 33. Water hyacinth a Lavender wreath on the dying fresh water lakes/Mahesh Sharma. Aquatic Weeds Problems Control and Management fills a long felt gap in this field. Aquatic. Seller Inventory # 58752

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A Balakrishnan

Published by Kalpaz, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8178356023ISBN 13: 9788178356020

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About this Item: Kalpaz, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface/Acknowledgement. List of contributors. I. Organised and unorganised sectors 1. Globalization and its impact on labour and employment/M.A. Sudhir. 2. Emerging concerns in wage employment and income in the globalised era/A. Balakrishnan. 3. Employment opportunities in organised sectors of poultry farms/M. Soundarapandian and N. Prabha. 4. Economic globalization and its implications for employment in India/S. Kumar. 5. Issues on social security under organized and unorganized sector/G. Chandra Kumar and C. Suguna. 6. Developing labour cooperatives under the reigns of globalization/Samwel Kakuko Lopoyetum and P. Selvamani. 7. Social security for women workers in the unorganized sector/N. Meenakshisundaram and R. Renganayaki. 8. Globalization and female labour force in farm sector/D. Kumar and A. Saleem Batcha. 9. Unorganized labour force in India during the globalization era/R. Albert Christopher Dhas and M. Helen Mary Jacqueline. 10. Training of handloom weavers in value added production/R. Seerangarajan and K. Karna. 11. Empowering rural women in unorganised sector through HLL Shakthi Projects/P. Poongodi. 12. Changing economic and occupational structure with feminisation of service sector/Kishor Bhanushali. 13. Unorganised labour the plight of Bidi workers/C. Swaminathan and G. Barani. 14. The issue of child labour and Poverty Alleviation Programs Way out for elimination of child labour in globalization era/A. Abdul Rahman. 15. Impact of economic reforms on wages in Tamil Nadu manufacturing sector/R. Bagavathi Muthu T. Indra and S.K. Sathya Prabha. 16. Impact of globalisation on labourers in SSI/M. Soundarapandian and A. Chandraprabha. 17. Labour and employment issues under globalized era/N. Mukundan and S. Thiyagarajan. 18. Child labour in two wheeler workshops in Tirunelveli/A. Selva Kumar and G. Karunanithi. 19. Globalization and the opportunities for Indian Labour/D. Gopalsamy. II. Women and agricultural labourers 20. Women workforce in rural development/D. Kumar and M. Perumal. 21. Problems of agricultural labourers of Manakkarai village of Tuticorin District/S. Lakshmi Ganapathy and D. Kathiravan. 22. Problems of agricultural labourers in Madurai District/S. David Amirtha Rajan and P. Gnana Soundari. 23. Status of women labourers in agricultural sector a study/M. Soundarapandian and A. Inigo Antony Beaula. 24. Problems of women in unorganised sector/Mangaiyarkarasi. 25. Problems of Plantation labourers in Tamil Nadu/P.G. Balasubramanian. 26. Female agricultural labour in the present scenario/S. Baluchamy and C. Senthil Kumar. 27. Women workers in unorganised sector/K. Praveena and M. Mahalakshmi. III. Issues of textile labourers 28. Plights of the Kanchipuram Silk Weavers a perspective/N. Lalitha and D. Badrinarayanan. 29. Impact of globalization on rural girls in textiles industries/A. Thomas William and G. Albin Joseph. 30. Labour disaster in textile industry in India after globalization/S. Kasi and R. Sundaresan. 31. A study on the socio economic conditions of the Sales women in the textile shops in Dindigul Town/S. Sathes Kumar and G. Bhuvaneswari. 32. Present scenario of women workers in textile mills/A. Venkatachalam and S. Siyamala Devi. 33. Labour issues in textile industry/M. Karuppanalagu. IV. Migrant labourers in various industries 34. Status of migrant laborers and Peace Trust Intervention for safe migration/Anitha and J. Parul Baskar. 35. A case study on the problems of women migrant labourers in Madurai City/S. David Amirtha Rajan and P. Gnana Soundari. 36. Challenges faced by entrepreneurs in informal sector enterprises in Dindigul District Tamil Nadu a micro level study/K. Ravichandran and K. Dhevan. 37. Socio economic conditions of unorganised labourers with special reference to auto drivers in Madurai City/David Amirtha Rajan and P. Gnana Soundari. 38. The plight of migrant workers in the context of globalisation in Hosiery Industries in Tiruppur/G. Albin Joseph and A. Thomas W. Seller Inventory # 65750

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170353866ISBN 13: 9788170353867

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edited by Ilango Ponnuswami and Abraham P. Francis

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About this Item: Authorspress, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. Attitudes among college students towards mental illness/Arif Ali. 2. Self esteem and coping behaviour of adolescent children of alcoholics/Loveena Lobo and Rameela Shekhar. 3.Social work intervention and practice in industry/K. Ravichandran Nair and K.V. Sebastin. 4. Association between depression and family demands among woman a study/Suphala S. Kotian, M. Shashidahar Kotian and K.V. Sebastin. 5. Welfare of unorganised workers: problems and prospects/Vincent Pinto and K.V. Sebastin. 6. Impact of group experiences on the social role and work performance of mentally challenged adults/Surekha Nair, B.P. Nirmala and Nagaraj Naik. 7. Reproductive health needs of rural adolescents girls : a qualitative study/Lena Ashok, Asha Kamath and G. Veena Kamath. 8. Genetic influence among specific learning disability children--a micro study/A.P. Senthil Kumar and K. Nagaraju. 9. A study of effectiveness of the psycho social intervention on anxiety of college students appearing for Campus placements/C.S. Sowndaram and S. Madhusudanan. 10. Qualitative methods in social work research: an overview/K. Nagaraju. 11. Burden of caregivers of cerebral palsy children/S. Paramesvaran and K. Nagaraju. 12. Required skills for specific learning disability children--a micro study/A.P. Senthil Kumar and K. Nagaraju. 13. The conditions of female disabled in Hyderabad Karnataka region, India/Mohan S. Singhe and K.V. Sabastin. 14. Gender inequality among irregular tribals/A. Jayaraman and K. Nagaraju. 15. Perceptions of the married on the selection of the marriage partner: a study of married persons working in Mangalore University/B.M. Govindraju and Mohan S. Singhe. 16. Plight of Paniyans in Nilgiris Wayanad Plateau: observatios based on case studies/Premalatha, C.R. Sathyanarayanan and K. Thirumoorthy. 17. Problems and difficulties of Dalit postgraduate students in Andhra Pradesh: a study/N. Sreerama Murty. 18. A study on the psycho-familial problems of male delinquents in North Karnataka region/Mohan S. Single, B.M. Govindraju and K.V. Sabastin. 19. A study on factors affecting the tribal students of higher education in Dharmapuri District/P. Suresh and V. Vijayakumar. 20. A study on psychological and biological factors influencing the academic achievement of scheduled caste and scheduled tribe students/V. Vijayakumar and P. Suresh. 21. Spirituality and quality of life among the elderly/P. Udhayakumar and P. Ilango. 22. Knowledge and attitude on HIV/AIDS among rural and urban adolescents in Tiruchirappalli district-a comparative study/B. Arunkumar and S. Prescila Sharon. 23. A study on the HIV/AIDS awareness level among youths in slums of Mysore city/Tejaswi Kumar Nadubetta and Y.V. Gangadhara. 24. Learning ICT for social work research/Y.V. Gangadhara and Thejaswi Kumar Nadubetta. 25. Transgender social work intervention/C. Kubendran and M. Suresh Kumar. 26. Judicial dissolution of marriage a study/M.J. Mary and R. Shivappa. 27. The changing trends in the family and the causes of divorce/M.J. Mary and R. Shivappa. Index. Research has been a crucial component of professional social work education and practice right from the beginning. There are a large number of pre-doctoral (M.Phil) and doctoral (Ph.D.) students pursuing their valuable researches on many vital aspects that have direct practical implications for the profession for policy makers and for service providers. Apart from that the social work faculty members are also engaged in research in different forms. With the mushrooming of social work schools and departments in colleges and universities, the quantum of research output is rather mind boggling. While it is good to see the research orientation of social workers the sad reality is that most of the research contributions of social workers are purely academic and quantitative in nature. Qualitative research is the need of the hour. This is a volume of research papers by social work educators, students practitioners and r. Seller Inventory # 108952

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Irfan Ali Khan; Atiya Khanum and Adnan Ahmad Khan

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About this Item: Ukaaz, Hyderabad, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. 1. Herbal therapy for AIDS/Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum. 2. Herbal therapy for Hemorrhoids/T.V.V. Seetharami Reddi S. Prasanthi and B.V.A. Ramarao Naidu. 3. Advances in stem cell research/Zehra Moiz Siddiqui. 4. Blood pressure/Hypertension and its management a holistic approach/T. Gouthaman M.S. Kavitha T. Senthil Kumar A.S. Rao and M.V. Rao. 5. Some common Unani Medicinal Plants of Indian Origin/Shaik Imam S.J. Hussain Mushtaq Ahmed and V.C. Gupta. 6. Medicinal plants of Nasik District/M.V. Patil and D.A. Patil. 7. Herbal treatment of Rheumatism/M. Jaish Beg M.Z. Beg and S.J. Ali. 8. Herbal cure for Asthma/M. Jaish Beg M.Z. Beg and S.J. Ali. 9. Botanical identity in Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy of some important herbs used as contraceptives/Shaik Imam M.A. Mirza M. Ahmed and V.C. Gupta. 10. Tribal medicines for the welfare of mother and the child/Shyam S. Mandal. 11. Bhangra/Shyam S. Mandal. 12. Amla A wonder gift of nature/Shweta Singh and Z.A. Haidar. World population is nearing 5 billion and with this rate of growth it is likely to touch 7.5 billion by the year 2020. Global estimates indicate that over 3/4 of the five billion world population cannot afford the products of the Western Pharmaceutical Industry and have to rely upon the use of traditional medicines which are mainly derived from plants. As a part of strategy to reduce financial burden on developing countries which spend 40 50% of their total health budget on drugs W.T.O. currently encourages recommends and promotes the inclusion of herbal drugs in National Health Care Programmes because such drugs are easily available at a price within the reach of a common man and as such are time tested and thus considered to be much safer than the modern synthetic drugs. Sensing this demand the material of this book has been compiled to help the scientists to keep themselves abreast of the latest developments. This book will cater to the immediate needs of the students researchers faculty members and pharmaceutical industries in India and abroad. 288 pp. Seller Inventory # 66137

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Kumar, D. Senthil

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Balusamy Senthil Kumar

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Mrz 2017, 2017. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - This book is about '3D Animation for Effective Visual Communication' which has been framed in the following patterns.The first chapter deals with the introduction, animations, graphics, and communications with specified definitions, various concepts, and terminologies.Similarly, the second chapter contains a review of related literature along with the detailed history and functions of the film industry under study. Third chapter comprises of methods and methodology namely research methodology, formulation of research problems, pilot study, title of the study, significance of the study, research design, objectives, hypothesis, data collections, population of the study, sampling techniques, tools for data collections, pre-testing, statistical methods of analysis, difficulties encountered and limitations of the study.The fourth chapter consists of data analysis followed by interpretation along with the statistical tests of hypothesis. Finally, the fifth chapter reveals the presence of findings, suggestions, and conclusions followed by an appendix which includes questionnaire and bibliography respectively. 76 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783330052635

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Balusamy Senthil Kumar

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Mrz 2017, 2017. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - This book is about '3D Animation for Effective Visual Communication' which has been framed in the following patterns.The first chapter deals with the introduction, animations, graphics, and communications with specified definitions, various concepts, and terminologies.Similarly, the second chapter contains a review of related literature along with the detailed history and functions of the film industry under study. Third chapter comprises of methods and methodology namely research methodology, formulation of research problems, pilot study, title of the study, significance of the study, research design, objectives, hypothesis, data collections, population of the study, sampling techniques, tools for data collections, pre-testing, statistical methods of analysis, difficulties encountered and limitations of the study.The fourth chapter consists of data analysis followed by interpretation along with the statistical tests of hypothesis. Finally, the fifth chapter reveals the presence of findings, suggestions, and conclusions followed by an appendix which includes questionnaire and bibliography respectively. 76 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783330052635

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M.D. Allen Selvakumar, I. Jenitta Mary and C. Chidambaranathan

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About this Item: Pointer, 2011. Contents Preface I Social occurrence in India 1 Sociological analysis about the AIDS affected children in Vallioor block Tirunelveli district Tamilnadu IndiaJ Jenitta Mary 2 Contemporary religious experience - a contribution to the understanding of Christian charismatic movements in KeralaP Renu Cherian 3 Impact of mass media in Indian societyC Chidambaranathan and MV Sathya 4 Information and good governance--is that right to information act 2005 as a practical tool for Indias good governanceVN Viswanathan 5 Human rights of disabled personsB Senthil 6 The role of government in the welfare of elderly people in India - a sociological appraisalP Sethurajakumar and I Singaram 7 India in the modern era--a socio-psychological perspectiveT Yuvaraj II Social evils and its collisions 8 Child sexual abuse issues and challengesMD Allen Selvakumar 9 Human trafficking in India sources destination and transit - an contemporary overviewSyed Umarhathab 10 Tech-addiction--causes symptoms and consequencesS Gayathridevi Syed Umarhathab and K Paramasivan 11 Struggle against child trafficking within the perspective of child rightsMD Allen Selvakumar 12 Drug abuse and youthK Paramasivan Syed Umarhathab and S Gayathridevi III Impact of education in India 13 Reforms in higher education sector in IndiaP Arunachalam 14 Impact of education in IndiaP Ramakrishnan 15 Spread of the innovative approaches of Rishi Valley rural education project to the schools of Tamil NaduS Ramya Devi 16 Learning in education a social constructivist approachAnamika Rai 17 Women empowerment through education a sociological studyT Murugesan and I Singaram IV Environmental reality 18 Seawater intrusion - a major threat for water crisis in IndiaS Ramesh and N Sukumaran 19 Sustainable development - a vision for 21st centuryA Veliappan and M Sadananthan 20 Measures to tackle water crisis and healthy sanitation practicesMR Hubert 21 Role of women in water management in the 21st century a case study of Suthamalli village of Tirunelveli district TamilnaduJ Sacratees and P Saranya V Health variations in India 22 Mentally retarded childrens real life in the coastal villages Kanyakumari district TamilnaduC Chidambaranathan 23 The challenge of naturopathy on malnutritionB Jeyasuresh and V Irudayaraj 24 Social neglect in the path of women health in IndiaI Jenitta Mary and C Chidambaranathan 25 The problems of elderly persons in rural society a sociological analysisD Thirumalraja and I Singaram 26 A comparative study between the SHG and Non-SHG women members on the health status and decision makingS Sampath Kumar and V Vijayalakshmi Social Problems in India deals with the contemporary issues of various aspects of our nation in a critical manner It covers the key facet of the Indian society India is divided on the basis of language culture customs and regions Likewise this book has several parts on the basis of health education environment social occurrence and social evils The first section is on social occurrences covering a range of subjects like children with AIDS peoples religious experience the impact of mass media RTI rights of disabled persons a sociological appraisal of elderly people and a socio-psychological perspective on modern IndiaThe next section on social evils covers areas like child sexual abuse human trafficking cyber addiction and drug abuse The third section on impact of education envelops areas of higher education and its impact learning and education and women empowerment through education The fourth section n environmental reality focuses on the actualities of modern India like sea water intrusion sustainable development fresh water crisis and water management The last section on health zooms over malnutrition child mental retardation neglect of womens health well being of the elderly and the health decision making SHG members All the sections discuss the current situation in theoretical as well as research oriented way So it will help the students researchers admin. Seller Inventory # 96750

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Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum

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About this Item: Ukaaz Pub, Hyderabad, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Preface. 1. Applications of biotechnology/Amla Batra. 2. DNA technology and PCR applications/G. Baskar Rajan Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum. 3. Environmental biotechnology/Susan Eapen and S.F. D'Souza. 4. Forest biotechnology/Shyam S. Mandal H.K. Mandal and H. Kumar. 5. Pharmaceutical biotechnology/S.A. Akhtar S.S. Mandal S.P. Singh and R. Prasad. 6. Transgenic plants as bioreactors/R. Jeyachandran and Reena Rose Mathew. 7. Essentially of databases/S. John Britto S. Senthil Kumar and C. Revathi. 8. Ethical and social aspects of scientific developments/S. Lazar. 9. Bioethics in international view/S. Lazar. Vol. II Preface. 1. Basic concepts of biotechnology/G. Baskar Rajan and Irfan Ali Khan. 2. Fundamentals of genomics/G. Baskar Rajan and Irfan Ali Khan. 3. An overview on proteomics/Sanjeeva Srivastava Shakir Ali and Nataraj N.V. Kav. 4. Protein and RNA structure and biosynthesis/G. Baskar Rajan and Irfan Ali Khan. Biotechnology has affected all the major domains of human activity and welfare ranging from agriculture to medicine and environment. It has developed into an important force in the creation of employment production and trade and affects national economy and the quality of human life throughout the world. The range and the significance of biotechnological activities is expanding at an ever increasing rate so that the impact of biotechnology on the world economy and human welfare is likely to be far greater than that of any other discipline. It is projected that the twenty first century belongs to biotechnology just as the later half of the present century was dominated by electronics. Sensing this demand the articles of the book have been compiled to help the genetic engineers and also the biotechnologists to keep themselves abreast of the latest developments. This book will cater to the immediate needs of the students researchers faculty members and pharmaceutical industries in India and abroad. 574 pp. Seller Inventory # 58854

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Arvind Kumar

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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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Senthil Kumar Kannan

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