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Malti Agarwal (Ed.)

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2011)

ISBN 10: 8126914653ISBN 13: 9788126914654

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Within the social structure of India itself, there had been a typical man-woman relationship in terms of dependence and support. Woman was supposed to be the ‚?~other‚?T, caught in the cage of native cultural ethos. But gradually, spread of education and economic independence certainly brought a change in woman‚?Ts status in society; the Feminist movement also established her as an individual. Notwithstanding, she is still a victim of patriarchal rage, male domination, sexual harassment, colonial mindset of males and so on. She is not treated as a person but only as a possession. She is a victim not only of man‚?Ts inhuman attitude but also of a system‚?"the Hindu Dharma‚?"which maintains that wife is her husband‚?Ts property and has no individuality outside that system. In Indian English Writings, the woman sometimes maintains the image of a self-sacrificial woman, to whom her pati is her parameshwar but sometimes she emerges as a revolutionary, struggling for her rights and standing against the patriarchal set-up of the Indian society. The writers of new generation like Shashi Deshpande, Nayantara Sehgal, Anita Desai, Githa Hariharan, Manju Kapur and others have depicted females who are no longer silent sufferers but have learnt to give voice, either vocally or silently, to their ‚?~unvoiced resentment‚?T. The present anthology consists of thirty-one critical papers on the literary works of the eminent fictionists and dramatists of India. The papers on Shashi Deshpande, Nayantara Sahgal, Anita Desai, Githa Hahiharan, Manju Kapur and others bring home the fact that the Indian women, despite all subjugation, know how to struggle for their existence. They are now capable enough to change their lives through self-analysis and self-understanding. The educated and emancipated women eventually succeed in finding out the ways of ‚?~uncompromising survival‚?T. A bulk of papers on the established and emerging Indian dramatists like Vijay Tendulkar, Girish Karnad and Mahesh Dattani provide a comprehensive idea of the feminine sensibility of these icons of Indian theatre. The female protagonists of these renowned dramatists are no more caged birds. They have learnt how to break the shackles of tradition and fly like a bird in the open sky. No doubt, all these women characters, despite being images of tolerance and forbearance, are bold enough to carve a niche for themselves in this world of oppression. The articles on new authors like Nisha Da Cunha and Ambai describe inquisitiveness of ordinary women who want to connect themselves with the wider world to have purposeful existence. An article on Chetan Bhagat, a technocrat by profession, analyses new woman‚?Ts struggle for survival in the technocratic world. The book will be highly useful to the teachers, students and research scholars of various universities who are working in the field of Indian Writings in English. Contents : Preface; 1. Redefining the Self: Women in Postcolonial Indian English Literature: An Indian Approach‚?"Shrawan K. Sharma; 2. Voicing for Space: Contemporary Indian Women‚?Ts Poetry in English‚?"Sudhir K. Arora; 3. Many Faces of Resistance‚?"A Study of A Matter of Time‚?"Usha Bande; 4. Women: Caged or Liberated?‚?"Neha Arora; 5. Engendering Newer Identities: Women in Mahesh Dattani‚?Ts Plays‚?"Hemalatha K.; 6. Vijay Tendulkar‚?Ts Plays: A Rich Tapestry of Women‚?Ts Stories‚?"Gunjan Chaturvedi; 7. Vijay Tendulkar‚?Ts His Fifth Woman (24)‚?"An Insight into Social Reality‚?"Harbir Singh Randhawa; 8. Vijay Tendulkar‚?Ts Silence! The Court is in Session: A Study in Feminine Sensibilities‚?"Malti Agarwal; 9. Reconstructing the ‚?~Self‚?T in Vijay Tendulkar‚?Ts Kamala‚?"Lucky Gupta; 1. Girish Karnad‚?Ts Hayavadana: A Woman‚?Ts Vain Quest for Perfection‚?"M.L. Garg; 11. Revisioning Myths, Dreams and History: A Feminist Reading of Githa Hariharan‚?Ts Novels‚?"Sunita Sinha; 12. Quest for Meaning and Self-Assertion: A S Printed Pages: 286. Book. Seller Inventory # 69113BV

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M S Singh

Published by Adhyayan, Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8189161083ISBN 13: 9788189161088

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About this Item: Adhyayan, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The role of teachers training institutions towards community/D.R. Singh. 2. Present scenario of educational research/Maya Shankar Singh. 3. National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) an instrument for quality improvement/R.N. Lal. 4. Quality concerns in practice teaching/Vijay Jaiswal and S.C. Agarwal. 5. Value education in present perspective/Gayatri Prasad Singh and Sri Brijesh Kumar Mishra. 6. Quality improvement in teacher education/Om Prakash Singh and Ramakant Singh. 7. In service teacher education retrospects and prospects/Rajesh Shukla and Abhishek Singh. 8. Role of NAAC (II National Conference on quality improvement in teacher education)/B. Sharma. 9. Self financing vs. commercialization of teacher education/Harihar Singh. 10. Competency based teacher education/Anjana Srivastava. 11. Making teacher education relevant in an era of globalisation/Shri Niwas Pandey. 12. The changing scenario of teacher education/Kajal Deb. 13. Role of academic staff colleges improving the quality of teacher education/Shashi Bhushan Mishra. 14. In service teacher education retrospects and prospects/Anuja Saluja. 15. Teacher education in India futurological perspective/Usha Mishra and Manju Mishra. 16. NAAC and teachers training programme in India/Veena Singh. 17. Role of NAAC in higher educational institutions/Satyamvada Singh and Abha Singh. 18. Philosophy of teacher education/editors. 19. Accountability in teacher education/editors. 20. Educating teachers for the 21 century/editors. 21. Accountability in teacher education/editors. 22. Teacher education accreditation and appraisal/editors. 23. Place of the teacher/editors. 24. Innovation and experiments in teacher education/editors. 25. Profile of teacher education/K.N. Gupta. 26. Teacher education programme need and reformation/Rajnish Kumar and Pradeep C. Shukla. 27. A study of relationship between creativity and teachers taught/editors. 28. Vocationalisation of education/Maya Shankar Singh. 29. Paradigm shifts due to the communication technology teaching and learning at higher level of distance education/Maya Shankar Singh and Veena Singh. 30. Qualitative paradigm shifting from conventional system to modern approach in distance education/Maya Shankar Singh. 31. Role of teacher's in value education/Maya Shankar Singh. 32. Human rights education pedagogical issues/Maya Shankar Singh. 33. Environmental education concepts need and suggestions/Maya Shankar Singh. 34. Relation of anxiety to intelligence of student teachers/Maya Shankar Singh. 35. Educational technology research innovation and the training college programme/M.S. Singh. Index. Education is a process of human enlightenment and empowerment for the achievement of better and higher quality of life. Unfortunately the professional education of teachers have been completely neglected in the post independence period. By and large training institutions for primary and secondary teachers have remained isolated from the main stream of the academic life of the universities as well as from the daily problem of life. In this collection several suggestions have been given by the eminent teachers and scholars. Simon Tansly the eminent institutions like NCTE and NAAC etc. or also indulged for the betterment of the teacher education who will fulfil the challenges of the 21 century. 190 pp. Seller Inventory # 53718

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Deepti Goswami,Sangeeta Bhasin,Swaraj Batra

Published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. (2012)

ISBN 10: 935025509XISBN 13: 9789350255094

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About this Item: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Obstetrics & Gynecological Emergencies consists of almost 100 scenarios based on real cases seen in a casualty department. The book is divided into three sections ??? Obstetrics Emergencies, Gynecological Emergencies and Emergencies Common to Obstetrics and Gynecology ??? and each chapter focuses on the importance of correct assessment and the sequential steps in managing the emergency situation. Table Of Contents SECTION I: OBSTETRIC EMERGENCIES Ectopic Pregnancy Sudha Prasad, Pranay Ghosh Hydatidiform Mole Sangeeta Bhasin and Incomplete Abortion Shakun Tyagi, Parul Rathore Septic Abortion Deepti Goswamic Hyperemesis Gravidarum Renu Tanwar Hypertensive Emergencies in Pregnancy Swaraj Batra, Savita Dagar, Seema Cardiac Failure in Pregnancy Anjali Tempe, Pushpa Mishra, Gunjan Acute Asthmatic Attack in Pregnancy Mumtaz Khan Jaundice in Pregnancy Ashok Kumar, Nargis Begum, Minu Antepartum Hemorrhage Sangeeta Gupta Fetal Distress During Labor Asmita M Rathore, Avantika Gupta Shoulder Dystocia Poonam Sachdeva, Muntaha, Vandana K Benwal Obstructed Labor and Rupture Uterus Swaraj Batra, Binni Makkar, Shweta Tahlan Atonic Postpartum Hemorrhage Chandan Dubey Morbidly Adherent Placenta and Retained Placenta Usha Manaktala, Avantika Gupta Inversion Uterus Poonam Sachdeva, Vidhi Choudhary Perineal Tear During Delivery Latika Sahu Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies Vulval and Paravaginal Hematomas Latika Sahu Postpartum Collapse Reva Tripathi, Vertika Verma Puerperal Sepsis YM Mala, Parul R Abnormal Behavior in a Postpartum Patient Chandan Dubey Resuscitation of the Depressed Neonate in Delivery Room Siddarth Ramji Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of a Pregnant Patient Anju Bhalotra, Raktima Anand, Gunjan Manchanda SECTION II: GYNECOLOGICAL EMERGENCIES Acute Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Madhavi M Gupta, Garima Sharma Bartholin Abscess Madhavi M Gupta, Garima Sharma Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in Gynecology Raksha Arora, Vidhi Choudhary Dysmenorrhea and Cryptomenorrhea Shikha Sharma Ovarian Torsion Sangeeta Bhasin, Neha Gupta Emergency Contraception Rachna Sharma Acute Complications of Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Rachna Sharma Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome Renu Tanwar Sexual Assault Krishna Agarwal Emergencies of Gynecologic Oncology Gauri Gandhi, Manoj Sharma, Neha Singh, Shonali Chandra Postoperative Complications Vijay Zutshi, Binni Makkar SECTION III: EMERGENCIES COMMON TO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Acute Urinary Retention Saritha Shamsunder, Parul Rathore Nonobstetric Trauma to the Genital Tract Deepti Goswami Contents Postexposure Prophylaxis to HIV and Hepatitis B Shakun Tyagi, Shalini Jaluthria Endotoxic Shock Devender Kumar Management of Hyperglycemic and Normoglycemic Ketoacidosis in Diabetes Mellitus Dinesh K Dhanwal, Sanjay Kumar Acid Base Balance and Common Electrolyte Abnormalities Bhalotra, Gunjan Manchanda, Raktima Anand Rational use of Blood Components in Hemorrhage and Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation Devender Kumar, Asmita Patil Medicolegal and Ethical Issues in Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies Asmita M Rathore, Deepti Verma, P K Rathore Emergency Laboratory Investigations a Printed Pages: 424. Seller Inventory # 68070BV

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Deepti Goswami,Sangeeta Bhasin,Swaraj Batra

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About this Item: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Obstetrics & Gynecological Emergencies consists of almost 100 scenarios based on real cases seen in a casualty department. The book is divided into three sections ??? Obstetrics Emergencies, Gynecological Emergencies and Emergencies Common to Obstetrics and Gynecology ??? and each chapter focuses on the importance of correct assessment and the sequential steps in managing the emergency situation. Table Of Contents SECTION I: OBSTETRIC EMERGENCIES Ectopic Pregnancy Sudha Prasad, Pranay Ghosh Hydatidiform Mole Sangeeta Bhasin and Incomplete Abortion Shakun Tyagi, Parul Rathore Septic Abortion Deepti Goswamic Hyperemesis Gravidarum Renu Tanwar Hypertensive Emergencies in Pregnancy Swaraj Batra, Savita Dagar, Seema Cardiac Failure in Pregnancy Anjali Tempe, Pushpa Mishra, Gunjan Acute Asthmatic Attack in Pregnancy Mumtaz Khan Jaundice in Pregnancy Ashok Kumar, Nargis Begum, Minu Antepartum Hemorrhage Sangeeta Gupta Fetal Distress During Labor Asmita M Rathore, Avantika Gupta Shoulder Dystocia Poonam Sachdeva, Muntaha, Vandana K Benwal Obstructed Labor and Rupture Uterus Swaraj Batra, Binni Makkar, Shweta Tahlan Atonic Postpartum Hemorrhage Chandan Dubey Morbidly Adherent Placenta and Retained Placenta Usha Manaktala, Avantika Gupta Inversion Uterus Poonam Sachdeva, Vidhi Choudhary Perineal Tear During Delivery Latika Sahu Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies Vulval and Paravaginal Hematomas Latika Sahu Postpartum Collapse Reva Tripathi, Vertika Verma Puerperal Sepsis YM Mala, Parul R Abnormal Behavior in a Postpartum Patient Chandan Dubey Resuscitation of the Depressed Neonate in Delivery Room Siddarth Ramji Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of a Pregnant Patient Anju Bhalotra, Raktima Anand, Gunjan Manchanda SECTION II: GYNECOLOGICAL EMERGENCIES Acute Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Madhavi M Gupta, Garima Sharma Bartholin Abscess Madhavi M Gupta, Garima Sharma Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in Gynecology Raksha Arora, Vidhi Choudhary Dysmenorrhea and Cryptomenorrhea Shikha Sharma Ovarian Torsion Sangeeta Bhasin, Neha Gupta Emergency Contraception Rachna Sharma Acute Complications of Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Rachna Sharma Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome Renu Tanwar Sexual Assault Krishna Agarwal Emergencies of Gynecologic Oncology Gauri Gandhi, Manoj Sharma, Neha Singh, Shonali Chandra Postoperative Complications Vijay Zutshi, Binni Makkar SECTION III: EMERGENCIES COMMON TO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Acute Urinary Retention Saritha Shamsunder, Parul Rathore Nonobstetric Trauma to the Genital Tract Deepti Goswami Contents Postexposure Prophylaxis to HIV and Hepatitis B Shakun Tyagi, Shalini Jaluthria Endotoxic Shock Devender Kumar Management of Hyperglycemic and Normoglycemic Ketoacidosis in Diabetes Mellitus Dinesh K Dhanwal, Sanjay Kumar Acid Base Balance and Common Electrolyte Abnormalities Bhalotra, Gunjan Manchanda, Raktima Anand Rational use of Blood Components in Hemorrhage and Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation Devender Kumar, Asmita Patil Medicolegal and Ethical Issues in Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies Asmita M Rathore, Deepti Verma, P K Rathore Emergency Laboratory Investigations a Printed Pages: 424. Seller Inventory # 68070

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Jasprit Kaur Soni

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About this Item: Authorspress, 2011. tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Introduction 2 Women empowerment in IndiaSeema Soral 3 Leadership for women empowerment a torch--bearer and a pathfinderAnuradha Pagedar 4 Women empowermentJU Nanavaty 5 Leadership for women empowerment and role of legislatureDimple Raval 6 Women leadership empowermentAnju Bala Rajput 7 Empowering of women in islands politics a critical reviewSK Biswas 8 Women empowerment through Panchayati Raj system in IndiaPawan Kumar 9 Women leaders at grassroots a case study of Chittorgarh district councilAnupma Kaushik and Gayatri Shaktawat 10 Evolution of women education with reference to post-independence eraPrabha Kumari and Usha Swahney 11 Empowerment of women through information and communication technologies changing perspectivesMayur Singh Arora and Anushik Soni Arora 12 Women empowerment and higher educationSunanda Jati 13 Women empowerment in higher educationMahesh Kumar Gangal and Archna Agarwal 14 Synchronising womens power in politicsJasprit Kaur SoniWomen who Constitute a sizeable proportion of a countrys population are subjected to gender bias and indignities arising out of the age-old patriarchal tradition Despite worldwide evidence of the low levels of female participation in social educational economic and political spheres there is still a tendency not to see it as a real problem This book is an effort to assess the current size of the gender gap by measuring the extent to which women have achieved equality with men in critical areas economic participation economic opportunity political empowerment and educational attainment The national policy for empowerment of women 2001 as well as the Tenth Five Year Plan illustrate the Indian Governments commitment to womens empowerment and welfare Social empowerment aims to provide women easy and equal access to all the basic minimum services to enable them to realize their full potential Economic empowerment aims to make all women economically independent through training employment and income generation activitiesIn this book the writers have tried to take problems and discuss the problems of women in the society economic and political fields They have tried to explore the aims and frameworks of the initiatives and the practices developed by government and commented on the mixed results achieved jacket 160 pp. Seller Inventory # 87278

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C Vani and K Sandhya Rani

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgement. List of contributors. 1. Introduction. 2. Can ICTs change status of rural women case study of i community project in Kuppam Andhra Pradesh/Krishna Sankar Kusuma. 3. ICT intervention for economic empowerment of women/D.B. Krishna Kumari. 4. ICTs in environmental knowledge management an input for community development/B.N. Neelima and M.V. Ramanamma. 5. Communication approach to poverty alleviation/T. Tripura Sundari. 6. Development of rural women and ICT/S. Varalakshmi. 7. Challenges of ICT for agriculture medical and education services/S. Jyothi and K. Usha Rani. 8. Women and internet bridging the gaps/M.V. Ramanamma and B.N. Neelima. 9. ICT for community development/K. Sandhya Rani and B. Govinda Reddy. 10. Radio and community development/C. Vani. 11. State initiatives in gender employment through information and communication technologies/Artee Agarwal. 12. Dynamics of development communication and human development/D. Sarada. 13. Special children and technology/A. Kusuma. Index. ICT for community development have played significant role in development of man and society. The present volume consists of learned articles authored by eminent scholars and professionals in the field addressing all vital issues in special reference to community development. A veritable mine of information this will prove of utmost use to one and all concerned. 176 pp. Seller Inventory # 66341

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Hiralal Kalpana

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About this Item: Routledge/ Manohar Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Table of Contents Acknowledgement 7 1. Introduction: Global Indian Diaspora: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives Kalpana Hiralal 2. Hindu South Africans and the Global Hindu Diaspora: Past Challenges and Future Prospects Usha Shukla 3. The Phenomenon of Ramleela/Ramlila Theatre in Trinidad Kumar Mahabir 4. Church and State, Religion and Politics: The Hindu Stance on Education in Mid-twentieth Century Trinidad Vashti Singh 5. Hinduism Transformed? A Case Study of Hindu Diaspora in Thailand Ruchi Agarwal 6. The Global Hindu Diaspora: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives Global and Local Realities: The Case of NRIs Living in Durban Gerelene Jagganath 7. The Hindu Response to Climate Change in South Africa Sagie Narsiah 8. The Traditional Hindu Perspective on Environment and M.K. Gandhi s Standpoint Namita Nimbalkar 9. Book Review: Review of Pedro Machado s Oceans of Trade: South Asian Merchants, Africa and the Indian Ocean, c. 1750-1850 Gail M. Presbey 10. Swami Bhawani Dayal: The Social Reformer and Political Patriot of South Africa Kalpana Hiralal 11. The Contributions of Pandit Nardev Vedalankar to Hinduism in South Africa Kalpana Hiralal 12. Zee TV and the Reinforcement of Ganesha Worship among People of North-Indian Origin in Durban. Printed Pages: 236. Seller Inventory # 1201922

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About this Item: Routledge/ Manohar Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Table of Contents Acknowledgement 7 1. Introduction: Global Indian Diaspora: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives Kalpana Hiralal 2. Hindu South Africans and the Global Hindu Diaspora: Past Challenges and Future Prospects Usha Shukla 3. The Phenomenon of Ramleela/Ramlila Theatre in Trinidad Kumar Mahabir 4. Church and State, Religion and Politics: The Hindu Stance on Education in Mid-twentieth Century Trinidad Vashti Singh 5. Hinduism Transformed? A Case Study of Hindu Diaspora in Thailand Ruchi Agarwal 6. The Global Hindu Diaspora: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives Global and Local Realities: The Case of NRIs Living in Durban Gerelene Jagganath 7. The Hindu Response to Climate Change in South Africa Sagie Narsiah 8. The Traditional Hindu Perspective on Environment and M.K. Gandhi s Standpoint Namita Nimbalkar 9. Book Review: Review of Pedro Machado s Oceans of Trade: South Asian Merchants, Africa and the Indian Ocean, c. 1750-1850 Gail M. Presbey 10. Swami Bhawani Dayal: The Social Reformer and Political Patriot of South Africa Kalpana Hiralal 11. The Contributions of Pandit Nardev Vedalankar to Hinduism in South Africa Kalpana Hiralal 12. Zee TV and the Reinforcement of Ganesha Worship among People of North-Indian Origin in Durban. Printed Pages: 236. Seller Inventory # 1201922

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Mamta Rawat,Sumit Dookia

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ISBN 10: 8170357896ISBN 13: 9788170357896

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book ŘŌBiodiversity of Aquatic Resources Ř is an anthology of current original research in the field of aquatic biodiversity, wetland ecology and the applied aspects with reference to aquatic resources across the country. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advancement and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a sole omnibus of 20 chapters which discusses studies on different aspects like fisheries, diatoms, vermicomposting, bacteriology, macrophytes, rotifers, issues related to water like monitoring, water resources and stress, molassess, mangrove vegetation, avifauna and other aspects respectively contributed by eminent scientist, researchers and academicians active in the respective areas. Broadly the book is divided into five sections; including various issues of aquatic regime like, aquatic ecology, conservation and management approaches, pollution, and issues on water resources. The publication also throws light on the challenges aquatic regime is facing in overall country, with the hope that it will not only be helpful to students and researchers but also to policy makers, environmental lawyers and the rest. It may form the basis for initiating conservation measures for securing the long term future of aquatic biodiversity. We hope that the policy makers, advisors and government officials will rise to the challenge and use this document to further make progress to conserve our aquatic biodiversity. Contents: Part I-Ecology of Lentic and Lotic Environment Chapter 1: Ecological Studies of Holy Pond Papnesh, Bidar, Karnataka by N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima Chapter 2: Diatoms Flora: An Important Bioresource of the Central Highland Rivers, India by Jyoti Verma and Prakash Nautiyal Chapter 3: Distribution Pattern and Present Scenario of Mangroves and Associated Flora of Andhra Pradesh by G.M. Narasimha Rao Chapter 4: Analysis of Growth Forms of the Macrophytes in Kharungpat Lake Manipur, North-East India by K. Khelchandra Singh, B. Manihar Sharma and Khuraijam Usha Chapter 5: Phytosociological Studies of the Aquatic Macrophytes in Poiroupat Lake, Manipur (North-East India) by Kh. Usha, B. Manihar Sharma and K. Khelchandra Singh Chapter 6: Assessment of Environmental Flow Requirements of Tungabhadra River Basin by S. Srikantaswamy and B.K. Harish Kumara Chapter 7: Aquatic Biodiversity of Rana Pratap Sagar Lake, Rajasthan by P.C. Verma, L.L. Sharma and A.G. Hegde Chapter 8: Rotifers of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by S.V.A. Chandrasekhar Chapter 9: Fish Diversity in the Pairy River of Mahanadi River System in the Chhattisgarh by S. Singh, Om Prakesh, H.K. Vardia and M.C. Chari Chapter 10: Icthyo-faunal Diversity in Hussainsagar Lake, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India by S. Anitha Kumari and N. Sree Ram Kumar Chapter 11: Avifauna of Kole Wetlands: Species Diversity and Abundance Distribution Patterns by C. Sivaperuman and E.A. Jayson Chapter 12: Importance of Aquatic Avifauna in Southern Rajasthan, India by Sarita Mehra, Satya Prakash Mehra and Krishan Kumar Sharma Part II-Pollution: Monitoring and Management Chapter 13: Monitoring of Yamuna River Water for Assessing its Fitness in Supporting Aquatic Biota 187 by Shalu Mittal, Sangeet Prabha and P.K. Agarwal Chapter 14: Health Hazards of Contaminated Underground Drinking Water at Moradabad, India: A Survey Work by D.K. Sinha and Navneet Kumar Chapter 15: Microbiological Study of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra, India by Pawar Vijaykumar Bhikusing. Part III-Water Resources and Other Issues Chapter 16: Water Resources of India: A Review by Pankaj Gupta Chapter 17: Water Stress and Economic Considerations by M.A. Khan and Hemant Mangal Chapter 18: Regrowth and Survival of Bacterial Pathogens on the Surfaces of Household Containers Used for the Storage of Drinking Water in Rural Supply of Western Rajasthan by Mamt Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 77594BV

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Mamta Rawat,Sumit Dookia

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book ŘŌBiodiversity of Aquatic Resources Ř is an anthology of current original research in the field of aquatic biodiversity, wetland ecology and the applied aspects with reference to aquatic resources across the country. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advancement and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a sole omnibus of 20 chapters which discusses studies on different aspects like fisheries, diatoms, vermicomposting, bacteriology, macrophytes, rotifers, issues related to water like monitoring, water resources and stress, molassess, mangrove vegetation, avifauna and other aspects respectively contributed by eminent scientist, researchers and academicians active in the respective areas. Broadly the book is divided into five sections; including various issues of aquatic regime like, aquatic ecology, conservation and management approaches, pollution, and issues on water resources. The publication also throws light on the challenges aquatic regime is facing in overall country, with the hope that it will not only be helpful to students and researchers but also to policy makers, environmental lawyers and the rest. It may form the basis for initiating conservation measures for securing the long term future of aquatic biodiversity. We hope that the policy makers, advisors and government officials will rise to the challenge and use this document to further make progress to conserve our aquatic biodiversity. Contents: Part I-Ecology of Lentic and Lotic Environment Chapter 1: Ecological Studies of Holy Pond Papnesh, Bidar, Karnataka by N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima Chapter 2: Diatoms Flora: An Important Bioresource of the Central Highland Rivers, India by Jyoti Verma and Prakash Nautiyal Chapter 3: Distribution Pattern and Present Scenario of Mangroves and Associated Flora of Andhra Pradesh by G.M. Narasimha Rao Chapter 4: Analysis of Growth Forms of the Macrophytes in Kharungpat Lake Manipur, North-East India by K. Khelchandra Singh, B. Manihar Sharma and Khuraijam Usha Chapter 5: Phytosociological Studies of the Aquatic Macrophytes in Poiroupat Lake, Manipur (North-East India) by Kh. Usha, B. Manihar Sharma and K. Khelchandra Singh Chapter 6: Assessment of Environmental Flow Requirements of Tungabhadra River Basin by S. Srikantaswamy and B.K. Harish Kumara Chapter 7: Aquatic Biodiversity of Rana Pratap Sagar Lake, Rajasthan by P.C. Verma, L.L. Sharma and A.G. Hegde Chapter 8: Rotifers of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by S.V.A. Chandrasekhar Chapter 9: Fish Diversity in the Pairy River of Mahanadi River System in the Chhattisgarh by S. Singh, Om Prakesh, H.K. Vardia and M.C. Chari Chapter 10: Icthyo-faunal Diversity in Hussainsagar Lake, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India by S. Anitha Kumari and N. Sree Ram Kumar Chapter 11: Avifauna of Kole Wetlands: Species Diversity and Abundance Distribution Patterns by C. Sivaperuman and E.A. Jayson Chapter 12: Importance of Aquatic Avifauna in Southern Rajasthan, India by Sarita Mehra, Satya Prakash Mehra and Krishan Kumar Sharma Part II-Pollution: Monitoring and Management Chapter 13: Monitoring of Yamuna River Water for Assessing its Fitness in Supporting Aquatic Biota 187 by Shalu Mittal, Sangeet Prabha and P.K. Agarwal Chapter 14: Health Hazards of Contaminated Underground Drinking Water at Moradabad, India: A Survey Work by D.K. Sinha and Navneet Kumar Chapter 15: Microbiological Study of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra, India by Pawar Vijaykumar Bhikusing. Part III-Water Resources and Other Issues Chapter 16: Water Resources of India: A Review by Pankaj Gupta Chapter 17: Water Stress and Economic Considerations by M.A. Khan and Hemant Mangal Chapter 18: Regrowth and Survival of Bacterial Pathogens on the Surfaces of Household Containers Used for the Storage of Drinking Water in Rural Supply of Western Rajasthan by Mamt Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 77594

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Deepti Goswami,Sangeeta Bhasin,Swaraj Batra

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About this Item: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2012. Soft cover. Condition: New. First edition. Obstetrics & Gynecological Emergencies consists of almost 100 scenarios based on real cases seen in a casualty department. The book is divided into three sections ??? Obstetrics Emergencies, Gynecological Emergencies and Emergencies Common to Obstetrics and Gynecology ??? and each chapter focuses on the importance of correct assessment and the sequential steps in managing the emergency situation. Table Of Contents SECTION I: OBSTETRIC EMERGENCIES Ectopic Pregnancy Sudha Prasad, Pranay Ghosh Hydatidiform Mole Sangeeta Bhasin and Incomplete Abortion Shakun Tyagi, Parul Rathore Septic Abortion Deepti Goswamic Hyperemesis Gravidarum Renu Tanwar Hypertensive Emergencies in Pregnancy Swaraj Batra, Savita Dagar, Seema Cardiac Failure in Pregnancy Anjali Tempe, Pushpa Mishra, Gunjan Acute Asthmatic Attack in Pregnancy Mumtaz Khan Jaundice in Pregnancy Ashok Kumar, Nargis Begum, Minu Antepartum Hemorrhage Sangeeta Gupta Fetal Distress During Labor Asmita M Rathore, Avantika Gupta Shoulder Dystocia Poonam Sachdeva, Muntaha, Vandana K Benwal Obstructed Labor and Rupture Uterus Swaraj Batra, Binni Makkar, Shweta Tahlan Atonic Postpartum Hemorrhage Chandan Dubey Morbidly Adherent Placenta and Retained Placenta Usha Manaktala, Avantika Gupta Inversion Uterus Poonam Sachdeva, Vidhi Choudhary Perineal Tear During Delivery Latika Sahu Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies Vulval and Paravaginal Hematomas Latika Sahu Postpartum Collapse Reva Tripathi, Vertika Verma Puerperal Sepsis YM Mala, Parul R Abnormal Behavior in a Postpartum Patient Chandan Dubey Resuscitation of the Depressed Neonate in Delivery Room Siddarth Ramji Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of a Pregnant Patient Anju Bhalotra, Raktima Anand, Gunjan Manchanda SECTION II: GYNECOLOGICAL EMERGENCIES Acute Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Madhavi M Gupta, Garima Sharma Bartholin Abscess Madhavi M Gupta, Garima Sharma Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in Gynecology Raksha Arora, Vidhi Choudhary Dysmenorrhea and Cryptomenorrhea Shikha Sharma Ovarian Torsion Sangeeta Bhasin, Neha Gupta Emergency Contraception Rachna Sharma Acute Complications of Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Rachna Sharma Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome Renu Tanwar Sexual Assault Krishna Agarwal Emergencies of Gynecologic Oncology Gauri Gandhi, Manoj Sharma, Neha Singh, Shonali Chandra Postoperative Complications Vijay Zutshi, Binni Makkar SECTION III: EMERGENCIES COMMON TO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Acute Urinary Retention Saritha Shamsunder, Parul Rathore Nonobstetric Trauma to the Genital Tract Deepti Goswami Contents Postexposure Prophylaxis to HIV and Hepatitis B Shakun Tyagi, Shalini Jaluthria Endotoxic Shock Devender Kumar Management of Hyperglycemic and Normoglycemic Ketoacidosis in Diabetes Mellitus Dinesh K Dhanwal, Sanjay Kumar Acid Base Balance and Common Electrolyte Abnormalities Bhalotra, Gunjan Manchanda, Raktima Anand Rational use of Blood Components in Hemorrhage and Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation Devender Kumar, Asmita Patil Medicolegal and Ethical Issues in Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies Asmita M Rathore, Deepti Verma, P K Rathore Emergency Laboratory Investigations a Printed Pages: 424. Book. Seller Inventory # 68070BV

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Jasbir Jain

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction/Jasbir Jain. 1. Narratology and the narrative of the village/Jasbir Jain. 2. Rethinking Kajri when black clouds hang/Anisur Rahman. 3. Village as protagonist in the socio political system/Renuka Pamecha. 4. Interplay of rural social change urban middle class and filmic depiction recovery of the village in popular Hindi cinema/Kumool Abbi. 5. Revolt and reform in rural India/Santosh Gupta. 6. Villages in crisis a comparative study of Khushwant Singh's Train to Pakistan Raghuvir Chaudhary's Uparvas Kathatrayee and Rahi Masoom Reza's Adha Gaon/Avadhesh Kumar Singh. 7. Plebeian patricians in Premchand's short stories/Ameena Kazi Ansari. 8. Ritual as a defining point Saratchandra Chatterjee's Palli Samaj and Abhagi ka Swarg /Bandana Chakrabarty. 9. [Wo] man is not made for defeat vignettes from village narratives/Usha Bande. 10. Power politics from class to caste Premchand and limbale/Veena Jain. 11. Contradictory images of nature Pather Panchali/Madhuri Chatterjee. 12. The film version of the village fair site for counter cultural resistance/Vrinda Mathur. 13. Awakened rustics in Renu's Maila Aanchal/Neelam Raisinghani. 14. Aesthetics of a decentred narrative Train to Pakistan/Sarojini. 15. Time and space in Khushwant Singh's Train to Pakistan/Rama Rani Lall. 16. Centres and margins in Chemmeen/Jessy Mani. 17. The living space between mindscapes and landscapes village in Rahi Masoom Reza's Adha Gaon/Avinash Jodha. 18. Village as nation Reza's a village divided/Urmil Talwar. 19. Self realization and Altruism in Shukla's Gaon Ka Aadmi/Sonu Shiva. 20. The legends of Khasak place and paradox/Preranna Bishnoi. 21. Displacements and relocations Ashis Gupta's Dying traditions/Supriya Agarwal. 22. Recreating the village Davidar's The house of blue mangoes/Preeti Bhatt. Index. Narrative of the Village Centre of the Periphery attempts to dismantle the polarities of centre and margin and substantiate the way they interconnect and flow into each other across all differences of region and language. Crossing disciplinary boundaries the essays in this volume foray into sociological political economic and narratological issues in order to fathom the rural life of India. Landscapes histories and folk culture interact with each other to affect both narrative constructs and power structures. The period covered by the essays spans nearly a hundred years and traces the history of India from the early decades through the dislocations of the partition right up to the present in an attempt to recapture the past relocate priorities recover lost myths and unveil the process of nation construction. The preoccupation with village India has been a constant concern with writers and film makers from all regions and languages. The kaleidoscopic nature of village life has always been a part of the nation's imagination. The essays in this volume open out the narrative of the subcontinental village to look at it anew in all its complexities and sociological concerns to unfold a multi layered reality. 302 pp. Seller Inventory # 60153

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Jasbir Jain

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction creativity and narratability/Jasbir Jain. 1. Zindaginama/Krishna Sobti. 2. Some thoughts on writing partition and Zindaginama/Krishna Sobti. 3. Partitioned memories/Mohan Kalpana. 4. Traitor to the Taj Mahal/Mohan Kalpana. 5. Midnight's lost children/Begum Anis Kidwai. 6. Weaving black borders Manto and the politics of partition/Harish Narang. 7. Partition as Hijarat and as slave trade reading Intizar Husain's An Unwritten Epic /Sudhir Chandra. 8. The dance of death on the highways of steel reading train journeys in partition stories/Vijaya Singh. 9. Porous boundaries and divided selves/Jasodhara Bagchi. 10. Idiom of the body and individual memory as social text in partition stories/Madhuri Chatterjee. 11. Fractured homelands divided bodies partition narratives from Punjab/Urmil Talwar. 12. Divided blood lines Bapsi Sidhwa's fiction/Nilufer E. Bharucha. 13. Rituals do us part and rituals unite/Veena Singh. 14. Muhajir ki Duniya reality and fantasy in the world of a refugee/Supriya Agarwal. 15. Partition between memory and representation/Bandana Chakrabarty. 16. Between the walls/Nida Fazli. 17. In the high wind/Keki N. Daruwalla. 18. A bunch of Narcissus/Surjit Sarna. 19. Filtered memories oral narratives and partition history a re reading of Borders and Boundaries and the The Other Side of Silence/Usha Bande. 20. The lengthening shadows of the partition Khamosh Pani a plea for humanism/Tripti Jain. 21. Writing Kitne Pakistan compulsion and necessity/Kamleshwar. 22. Customising the body Kamleshwar's Kitne Pakistan/Ameena Kazi Ansari. 23. The impossible search of the fragments/Santosh Gupta. 24. Phir bhi dil hai Hindustani/Mimmy Jain. 25. Against forgetting partitions and the constructs of history memory and nation in Rushdie and Kamleshwar/Avinash Jodha. 26. Living in the city/Asif Farrukhi. 27. Intersection time 1947/Anisur Rahman. 28. Writing trauma and history the self in the world/Jasbir Jain. Contributors. Partition has left deep scars on the national psyche. This one distortion of history with its disjunction between the minds of men and the course of events has gone on to produce other distortions. We are trapped in our histories. It has impacted relationships the notions of homeland and nation erased languages and cultures and given rise to a whole set of questions about self and identity. This volume consisting of an interleaving of fiction memoirs historical and political analysis moves into philosophical and psychological discussions and thus subjects partition to fresh reflection as debates about remembering and forgetting forgiving or persisting with hostilities are carried on. Individual essays and narratives written over nearly five decades represent the viewpoints of three generations across a cross section of society in terms of religions geographical locations and national borders as they move from migrations and uprooting violence and loss to reflect upon the human being in a larger existential framework. Essentially interdisciplinary in nature Reading Partition / Living Partition brings to the reader the work of distinguished writers and scholars of the subcontinent compelling the reader to probe her/his own conscience afresh. 338 pp. Seller Inventory # 62214

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Anju Bala Agrawal

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About this Item: Authorspress, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Post independence Indian writing in English/Z. Hasan. 2. Magic realism a powerful strategy of post independence Indian English fiction/Anju Bala Agrawal. 3. Indian English women short story writers an overview/Meenu Rani Dubey. 4. Feminism in post independence India contribution of women English writers/Hitaishi Singh. 5. Dialectics of culture as semiotic text an interpretation of Girish Karnad's Bali The Sacrifice/O.P. Budholia. 6. Remaking the myth and reconstructing the self an appraisal of Shashi Deshpande's Stone Women/Beena Agarwal. 7. The quest for identity reality and spirituality in the novels of Anita Desai/Usha Garg. 8. Treatment of women in the novels of Kamala Markandaya and Anita Desai a comparative study/Nirupama Sharma. 9. Gender construction and individual's identity in Mahesh Dattani's Dance Like A Man/Neeta. 10. The validity of Raja Rao's The Cat and Shakespeare vis a vis contemporary ethos/Medha Sachdev. 11. Girish Karnad's Naga Mandala a sociological study/Lucky Gupta. 12. A thematic study of the novels of Bhabani Bhattacharya/Kirti Jain. 13. Turning history into relevant drama contemporaneity in Girish Karnad's Historical Plays/Gunjan Chaturvedi. 14. Kamala Markandaya's The Coffer Dam a saga of Colossal loss of primitive life in the Whirlwind of modernisation/Rishi Pal Singh. 15. Straddling two cultures a study of biculturalism in Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake/Ranjana Mehrotra. 16. The female perspective in Shashi Deshpande's The Binding Vine/Anuradha Gaur. 17. East West conflict in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/Vibha Jain. 18. Gender discrimination in The God of Small Things/H.P. Singh. 19. The dynamics of socio economic inequality in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss/A.K. Chaturvedi. 20. A kaleidoscopic journey through life in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss/Sangeeta Das. 21. Images of escape and flight in Anita Desai's Voices in the City/Poonam Rani Gupta. 22. Kamala Das's Nauseous Repugnance against Male hypocrisy and supremacy/Charu Mehtrotra. 23. The Indian facet of Shashi Deshpande's Feminism/Barakha Bansal. 24. The problem of home and identity in V.S. Naipaul's Novels/Seema Srivastava and Poornima Anil. Bibliography. Index. Post Independence Indian Writing in English is a modest attempt to evaluate the Indian writing in English after Independence. It contains 24 research papers concerning the various aspects of Indian writing in English. It covers almost all the great writers of Post independence Indian writing such as Raja Rao Bhabani Bhattacharya V.S. Naipaul Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai Kamala Das Shashi Deshpande Girish Karnad Mahesh Dattani Arundhati Roy Kiran Desai Jhumpa Lahiri. The first article presents the history of post independence Indian writing in English in brief. The next three articles deal with the trends regarding Indian writing in English. A special attempt has been made to design the book to cater the needs of the readers and scholars wishing to be acquainted with the various aspects of post independence Indian writing in English. 222 pp. Seller Inventory # 72965

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B N Pandey; Sunil P Trivedi; Kamal Jaiswal and Yogesh K Sharma

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Prostate cancer chemoprevention by silibinin involves down regulation of receptor tyrosine kinase signaling/Rana P. Singh and Rajesh Agarwal. 2. Influence of the random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers in fish research/Atindra Kumar Pandey N.S. Nagpure and Sunil P. Trivedi. 3. Role of bioinformatics in drug design and development/Suchit Swaroop Kamal Jaiswal and Priti Saxena. 4. Analyzing the stream water quality in a multiple reach river basin through computational software/Brajesh Mishra Durgesh Pratap. N.B. Singh Pankaj Yadav and Nand Baba Ojha. 5. A mathematical model describing the relationship between human and green environment/Akhilesh Tripathi. 6. The friend the foe and the factotum in biotechnology a bird's eye view/Farha Khan Kamal Jaiswal and M.Y. Khan. 7. Parasitic enzymes as potential targets for antiparasitic drug development/J.K. Saxena. 8. Impact of new technologies on silkworm rearing at farmers level under REC Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh/R.K. Dhingra Awadhesh Kumar H.C. Mani P.N. Mishra M.M. Bhatt and M.A. Khan. 9. Existence of multifactorial regulatory mechanism of cortisol secretion in some non mammalian vertebrates/Shamshun Nehar. 10. Ethno medicinal flora and their uses in Almora district of Kumaon Himalaya Uttarakhand/Vijay Sharma and B.D. Joshi. 11. Mulberry tree production technology/B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan. 12. Environmetric modeling and river water quality of little Gandak river Deoria district The Ganga plain India/Vikram Bhardwaj Dhruv Sen Singh and Amit Awasthi. 13. Diversity of medicinal plants used to cure diabetes and cardiovascular problems in Bhadravathi taluk Karnataka/B.R. Kiran Pancheshwara K. Harishbabu and E.T. Puttaiah. 14. A preliminary survey of Kala Azar and its vector in India with special reference to Bihar/Geeta Maheshwari and Girish Maheshwari. 15. A simple plankton model based on pond ecosystem/Rajesh Sharma Usha Rancholi and Prahlad Dube. 16. Role of horticultural plants in the amelioration of the environment/Deepa H. Dwivedi Vigya Mishra and Shailendra K. Dwivedi. 17. Removal of fluoride from water using bio adsorption technique/Nand Baba Ojha Durgesh Pratap Pankaj Yadav N.B. Singh and Brajesh Mishra. 18. Scientific approach and technology in identification and detection of virus in mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori L./Anil K. Sharma R.K. Khatri V.P. Sharma Babulal and M.K. Tripathi. 19. Bioremediation the natural scavenging/Shailesh Kumar Mishra and Veer Pratap. 20. Plant based bioremediation and removal of heavy metals for sustainable development and its future approach/Yogesh K. Sharma. Index. The present book entitled Bioinformatics Biotechnology and Bio Remediation comprises 20 research papers/ articles pertaining to the same discipline. This book is basically a part of the proceedings of the 18th All India Congress of Zoology and National Seminar on Current Issues on Applied Zoology and Environmental Sciences with Special Reference to Eco restoration and Management of Bio resources (SCIAZE) held at the University of Lucknow Lucknow from 7th 9th December 2007. The articles and research papers contained in the book have been contributed by well known experts and researchers in their respective fields. Overwhelming response of the contributors is well reflected in the book in the form of wide coverage area. This book will be of immense use for the students teachers and researchers of this field and it can also be used as a standard reference book. 246 pp. Seller Inventory # 74416

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K N Dikshit and K S Ramachandran

Published by D K Printworld, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8124603251ISBN 13: 9788124603253

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About this Item: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents I. Articles 1. Lothal a Harappan port town revisited/S.C. Bindra. 2. Archaeology of Birbhum the past informs the present/Subrata Chakrabarti. 3. Rgveda a historical outline and the contribution of Rahul Sankrityayan/Varun Singh. 4. New light on the history of Pune city results of an archaeological rescue excavation/Vasant Shinde S.N. Rajaguru Shweta Sinha Deshpande Sanjay Deshpande Prabodh Shirvalkar P. Balkawade P.P. Joglekar S. Deo S. Salim and Neha Kothari. 5. The first Neolith in India a review with special reference to Karnataka/C.B. Patil. 6. Karakambadi a late early historic glass production centre/Alok Kumar Kanungo. 7. Skeletal remains from the Kudatini sarcophagus burial/Veena Mushrif Nicole Boivin Ravi Korisettar and S.R. Walimbe. 8. Buddhist Stupas in Haryana new evidence/Arun Kesarwani and S.K. Vashist. 9. Ayodhya Visnu Hari temple inscription/K.V. Ramesh. 10. The genre of circular temples in North India/B.R. Mani. 11. Ramayana Mahabharata and archaeology/K.N. Dikshit. II. Notes and news 1. Newly discovered rock paintings from Nagargota in Maharashtra/G.K. Mane. 2. Lapis lazuli in protohistoric and historic context/Shushmita Sen. 3. Unpublished copper hoard from Bhandar District Pali/Ambika Dhaka. 4. Indian archaeology today a mature and scientific discipline/Vasant Shinde. 5. Buddhist remains in District Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh)/Jyoti Chandra. 6. Panchanna Ganesa from British Museum an iconographical study/M. Krishna Kumari. 7. Babour temples of Jammu/Anita Billawaria. 8. Ganesa images in Himachal Pradesh an iconographical study/Arun Kumar Singh. 9. Cement and mortar in the ancient structures/Vibha Tripathi and Devendra Mohan. 10. Brief report on a few recent excavations/Gency Chaudhuri. III. Major projects 1. Atlas of the Indus Saraswati civilization/S.P. Gupta. 2. Growth of cities in ancient India/K.S. Ramachandran. 3. Select earthquake affected monuments of Gujarat/K.N. Dikshit. IV. Book reviews 1. Ashok Vardhan Shetty excavations at Mangudi/K.S. Ramachandran. 2. Ashok Vardhan Shetty excavations at Perur/K.S. Ramachandran. 3. B.B. Lal B.K. Thapar J.P. Joshi and Madhu Bala excavations at Kalibangan/S.P. Gupta. 4. Durga Dutta Sharma Kampilya Mahatmaya/R.P. Sharma. 5. Usha Agarwal Director of Museums in India 2003/R.P. Sharma. 6. D.P. Tewari excavations at Charda/Sonali Gupta. 7. Edwin Bryant the quest for the origins of Vedic culture. Indo Aryan migration debate/Vijay Laxmi Singh. 8. K. Paddayya recent studies in Indian archaeology/K.N. Dikshit. 9. Mani Kamerkar and Soonu Dhunjishah from the Iranian Plateau to the Shores of Gujarat/R.P. Sharma. 10. Noboru Karashima (ed) ancient and medieval commercial testimony of inscriptions and ceramic sherds/T. Arun Raj. 11. O.P. Agrawal and Nanda Amara Wickramasinghe materials and techniques of ancient wall paintings of Sri Lanka/K.N. Dikshit. 12. Yasuda Yoshinori (ed.) the origin of pottery and agriculture/K.N. Dikshit. 13. Anuradha V. Kumar (ed.) conservation of building stones/Gency Chaudhuri. 14. S. Raja Gopal (ed.) Kaveri studies in epigraphy archaeology and history/T. Arun Raj. 15. D.P. Tewari antiquarian remains from Kalli Pachchhim excavations/Gency Chaudhuri. 16. K. Rajan archaeology principles and methods/K.S. Ramachandran. V. Annual report Report of the XXXVI Annual Conference of Indian Archaeological Society held at State Institute of Archeology Art History Conservation and Museology Hill Palace Thripunithura Kerala. Balance sheet. Office bearers. Board of management. 218 pp. Seller Inventory # 55483

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About this Item: Gnosis, 2011. Contents Preface 1 Traces of life in the works of VS NaipaulC Gangalakshmi and G Baskaran 2 VS Naipauls The Mystic Masseur a critical studyMadhurima Srivastava 3 From colonial anglophile to decolonised profile dynamics of VS Naipauls vision and voiceRishi Pal Singh 4 VS Naipauls In a Free State a conflict between ideality and realitySatendra Kumar and Balkar Singh 5 Situating the self questions of space and identity in Naipauls fictional worldVeena Shukla 6 Willie from roots to routes a critical postcolonial perspective of VS Naipauls Half a LifeC Gangalakshmi and G Baskaran 7 Gandhi in diaspora writing the case of VS NaipaulGauri Shankar Jha 8 Identity and subjectivity a psychoanalytic reading of Salman Rushdie and Amitav GhoshPrasenjit Das 9 Sexual myth in Rushdies ShameAbdulmonim Ali Ben Ali and Lingaraj Gandhi 10 Jhumpa Lahiri interpreter of cultural mix and clashAju Mukhopadhyay 11 The theme of dual identity in Jhumpa Lahiris The NamesakeAnisha Rajan 12 Routing relationships through diaspora exploring the short fiction of Jhumpa LahiriPriyanka Tripathi and HS Komalesha 13 Shifting identities problems and possibilities--a study of Jhumpa Lahiris fictionS Sujatha 14 Hyphenated identities in Jhumpa Lahiris The NamesakeK Vani 15 The changing face of the west and the Indian diaspora reading Anita Desai Bharati Mukherjee Sunetra Gupta and Jhumpa LahiriAmit Shankar Saha 16 The politics of home in the South Pacific a comparative cultural studyAnand Balwant Patil 17 Still in search of the nation a reading of Aravind Adigas The White TigerCielo G Festino 18 Perspectives on the Mestiza consciousness Bharati Mukherjees Desirable DaughtersEliza Joseph 19 Amitav Ghoshs Sea of Poppies a subaltern perspectiveElizabeth Lucy 20 The new garb of the old colonialism in Amita Ghoshs In an Antique Land and The Circle of ReasonKhalid Sultan Thabet Abdu and MH Rudramuni 21 Politico-social and cultural consciousness in Kiran Desais The Inheritance of Loss and Aravind Adigas The White TigerKrishna Singh 22 Interview with Shanta AcharyaNilanshu Agarwal 23 Kalis dance continues towards maturation a study of Ushas poetic vision phase I passing through a ShredderVVB† Rama Rao 24 Kamala Markandayas Indian women the principles and the principals--a feministic elucidationV Ramesh 25 Mythical interpretation of Indo-Canadian diasporaStephen Gill 26 Constructing a private dream world an exploration into the treatment of hybridity and multiculturalism in Kiran Desais The Inheritance of LossS Sujatha Concepts and Contexts of Diasporic Literature of India edited by Dr KV Dominic is a critical study on the works of Indian diasporic writers It is a fact that diasporic writers of India are more popular than the native English writers in India The relevance of this book lies on that truth There are twenty four critical articles and an interview in this book The studies include on great writers like VS Naipaul Salman Rushdie Amitav Ghosh Jhumpa Lahiri Anita Desai Bharati Mukherjee Sunetra Gupta Arvind Adiga Kiran Desai Shanta Acharya Kamala Markandaya and Stephen Gill The contributors consist of writers professors and scholars jacket 296 pp. Seller Inventory # 98336

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V Singh

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2007)

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. A note on ritual plants of North Gujarat/P.K. Patel D.C. Bhatt P.P. Parekh and R.V. Parmar. 2. A note on the medicinal plants used by the Kaadar tribes Kariyan Shola top slip Tamil Nadu/P.S. Udayan Sateesh George K.V. Thushar S. Sudhakar Raja and Indira Balachandran. 3. An ethnomedicinal note on the plant stephania glabra (Roxb.) Miers from Uttaranchal hills/Vandana Joshi. 4. Contribution to the ethnobotanical plants of Mirzapur District (U.P.)/Satya Narain and Usha Singh. 5. Contribution to the ethnobotanical plants of Sonbhadra District (U.P.)/Satya Narain and Juhi Singh. 6. Economic potential of seasonal weeds of District Gonda U.P. India/Hari Prakash Pandey and B.K. Verma. 7. Ethnobotanical information from the Muduga tribe of Mukkali Forest Near Silent Valley National Park Palakkad District Kerala India/P.S. Udayan Satheesh George K.V. Thushar and Indira Balachandran. 8. Ethnobotanical relevance in tribal life a study on Warli Tribe of Thane District Maharashtra India/Neelam Pereira. 9. Ethnobotany of Gardenia gummifer L.f. in West Bengal/Manas Kumar Chakraborty and Aloke Bhattacharjee. 10. Ethnobotany of Kendu (Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb. Ebenaceae)/C.R. Paul and N.K. Verma. 11. Ethnobotany of the tribes living in and around the Periyar Tiger Reserve Southern Western Ghats India/N. Sasidharan and Jomy Augustine. 12. Ethno medicinal plants of Baramati region of Pune District Maharashtra (India)/S.S. Deokule. 13. Ethnomedicinal plants of Chhattisgarh with Sporadic distribution/B.K. Sinha B.K. Shukla and Parul Sharma. 14. Ethno medicinal plants used by the Khasi tribe of Cachar District Assam/M.K. Baruah P.D. Choudhury and G.C. Sarma. 15. Ethnomedicinal plants used by the tribals of Gujarat/B.A. Jadeja N.K. Odedra and S.I. Choudhary. 16. Ethno medicinal plants used for curing skin afflictions by Bhil tribe of Ratlam District Madhya Pradesh/Dinesh Jadhav. 17. Ethno medicinal plants used in Dysentery and diarrhoea in Hanumangarh District Rajasthan/R.L. Kataria and D.P. Gauchan. 18. Ethnomedicinal uses of plants by the Sarania Tribe of Nalbari District of Assam/S.K. Sarma B. Bevi and D.K. Bhattacharjya. 19. Ethno medico Botanical Survey of Ratnagiri District of Maharashtra State/D.N. Mokat and S.S. Deokule. 20. Ethno medico botany of some important plants in Mandhala watershed of Himachal Pradesh/Arvind Kumar Archna Singh Yogendra Sharma and J.C. Rana. 21. Ethno veterinary medicines of Holy Doonagiri Hills of Uttaranchal/Lalit Tiwari and P.C. Pande. 22. Fish stupefying plants used by tribals of Jashpur District Chhattisgarh India/Amia Tirkey. 23. Herbal remedies for dental care system in Gaya District Bihar/Pratap Aditya Anil Kumar and D.K. Yadav. 24. Important ethnomedicinal plants of family Poaceae in Gaya District Bihar/Anil Kumar and D.K. Yadav. 25. Indigenous herbal medicine used against Malaria in Goalpara and Morigaon District of Assam/Dipali Deka Gajen Chandra Sarma Nilakshee Devi and Namrata Pathak. 26. Indigenous therapeutic uses of some selected medicinal plants of Western Himalaya and their biological activities for modern medicines/K.R. Arya and S.C. Agarwal. 27. Kewda (Pandanus odoratissimus L.F.) a potential economic plant of Ganjam (Orissa) India and its role in flavour industry/D.K. Mohapatra P.K. Rout S. Sahoo and P.K. Panda. 28. Medicinal plants and their conservation in Mahe Region U.T. of Pondicherry Malabar Coast South India/K. Kadavul and P. Jisha. 29. Medicinal plants and their utilization by villagers in southern districts of Tamilnadu/K. Rajendran and S. Kasthuri Rengamani. 30. Medicinal plants of Bankura (West Bengal) and their uses/Salil Kumar Basak. 31. Medicinal plants of Gujarat used in Gout/B.A. Jadeja N.K. Odedra H.N. Mori and D.C. Bhatt. 32. Medicinal plants used for treatment of diabetes by the tribals of Bankura Purulia and Medinipur of West Bengal/Ashis Ghosh. 33. Notes on some indigenous Beauticare tips from Terai Region of U.P. India/Hari Prakash Pandey and B.K. Verma. 34. Not. Seller Inventory # 63708

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Mamta Rawat,Sumit Dookia

Published by Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd. (2012)

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book ‚?oBiodiversity of Aquatic Resources‚? is an anthology of current original research in the field of aquatic biodiversity, wetland ecology and the applied aspects with reference to aquatic resources across the country. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advancement and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a sole omnibus of 20 chapters which discusses studies on different aspects like fisheries, diatoms, vermicomposting, bacteriology, macrophytes, rotifers, issues related to water like monitoring, water resources and stress, molassess, mangrove vegetation, avifauna and other aspects respectively contributed by eminent scientist, researchers and academicians active in the respective areas. Broadly the book is divided into five sections; including various issues of aquatic regime like, aquatic ecology, conservation and management approaches, pollution, and issues on water resources. The publication also throws light on the challenges aquatic regime is facing in overall country, with the hope that it will not only be helpful to students and researchers but also to policy makers, environmental lawyers and the rest. It may form the basis for initiating conservation measures for securing the long term future of aquatic biodiversity. We hope that the policy makers, advisors and government officials will rise to the challenge and use this document to further make progress to conserve our aquatic biodiversity. Contents: Part I-Ecology of Lentic and Lotic Environment Chapter 1: Ecological Studies of Holy Pond Papnesh, Bidar, Karnataka by N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima Chapter 2: Diatoms Flora: An Important Bioresource of the Central Highland Rivers, India by Jyoti Verma and Prakash Nautiyal Chapter 3: Distribution Pattern and Present Scenario of Mangroves and Associated Flora of Andhra Pradesh by G.M. Narasimha Rao Chapter 4: Analysis of Growth Forms of the Macrophytes in Kharungpat Lake Manipur, North-East India by K. Khelchandra Singh, B. Manihar Sharma and Khuraijam Usha Chapter 5: Phytosociological Studies of the Aquatic Macrophytes in Poiroupat Lake, Manipur (North-East India) by Kh. Usha, B. Manihar Sharma and K. Khelchandra Singh Chapter 6: Assessment of Environmental Flow Requirements of Tungabhadra River Basin by S. Srikantaswamy and B.K. Harish Kumara Chapter 7: Aquatic Biodiversity of Rana Pratap Sagar Lake, Rajasthan by P.C. Verma, L.L. Sharma and A.G. Hegde Chapter 8: Rotifers of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by S.V.A. Chandrasekhar Chapter 9: Fish Diversity in the Pairy River of Mahanadi River System in the Chhattisgarh by S. Singh, Om Prakesh, H.K. Vardia and M.C. Chari Chapter 10: Icthyo-faunal Diversity in Hussainsagar Lake, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India by S. Anitha Kumari and N. Sree Ram Kumar Chapter 11: Avifauna of Kole Wetlands: Species Diversity and Abundance Distribution Patterns by C. Sivaperuman and E.A. Jayson Chapter 12: Importance of Aquatic Avifauna in Southern Rajasthan, India by Sarita Mehra, Satya Prakash Mehra and Krishan Kumar Sharma Part II-Pollution: Monitoring and Management Chapter 13: Monitoring of Yamuna River Water for Assessing its Fitness in Supporting Aquatic Biota 187 by Shalu Mittal, Sangeet Prabha and P.K. Agarwal Chapter 14: Health Hazards of Contaminated Underground Drinking Water at Moradabad, India: A Survey Work by D.K. Sinha and Navneet Kumar Chapter 15: Microbiological Study of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra, India by Pawar Vijaykumar Bhikusing. Part III-Water Resources and Other Issues Chapter 16: Water Resources of India: A Review by Pankaj Gupta Chapter 17: Water Stress and Economic Considerations by M.A. Khan and Hemant Mangal Chapter 18: Regrowth and Survival of Bacterial Pathogens on the Surfaces of Household Containers Used for the Storage of Drinking Water in Rural Supply of Western Rajasthan by Mamt Printed Pages: 318. Book. Seller Inventory # 77594BV

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K G Mukerji and C Manoharachary

Published by I K International, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8188237647ISBN 13: 9788188237647

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Preservation of biodiversity of Fungi herbarium specimens and culture collection/D.K. Agarwal and R.K. Sharma. 2. Trichomycetes forgotten fungi/C. Manoharachary. 3. The Laboulbeniales (Ascomycetes) distribution and host parasite relationships/Surinder Kaur and K.G. Mukerji. 4. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal taxonomy an overview/S. Swarupa Rani I.K. Kunwar and C. Manoharachary. 5. Pathological and taxonomical aspects of the genus Drechslera/Ashok Gaur Usha Dev and Vivek Mitter. 6. Evaluation of classificatory systems in smut fungi/R.V. Gandhe. 7. Pleurotus a mushroom of commerce and broad adaptability/C.L. Jandaik. 8. Wood rotting fungi of temperate Himalaya/J.R. Sharma. 9. Studies on the growth forms of bryophytes in relation to habit at conditions/H. Govindapyari and Prem L. Uniyal. 10. An overview of the forest types and associated spermatophytic vegetation of Chamba District (Himachal Pradesh)/M. Sharma and Harinder Singh. 11. Ecological prospects of agroforestry systems in Himachal Pradesh in Western Himalayas of India/Vidya Thakur and C.V. Sarswat. 12. Agro biodiversity in the Indian Himalayas/B.D. Sharma and J.C. Rana. 13. Ethno medicobotany of tribal areas in Himachal Pradesh India/Narain Singh Chauhan. 14. Soil microbial diversity in relation to chemical transformations and biotic interactions/Bhoopander Giri Anupama Shukla and K.G. Mukerji. 15. Role of endophytic nitrogen fixing bacteria in crop production/K.V.B.R. Tilak. 16. Arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in agricultural plants including weeds/Rajni Gupta and K.G. Mukerji. 17. Integration of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with micropropagated plants/N. Raaman and S. Patharajan. 18. Influence of mycorrhizal fungi on the growth and survival of micropropagated forest trees/M. Sudhakara Reddy and Ajay Kumar Pandey. 19. Effect of dual inoculation of AM fungi and bradyrhizobium japonicum on nodulation and nitrogen content in soybean/S. Neupane and B.N. Prasad. 20. Microbial degradation of hazardous dyes/Ved Pal Singh Lokendra Singh Ishwar Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 21. Composting technology significance and potential/D.J. Bagyaraj S. Sharath and A.N. Balakrishna. 22. Seed mycoflora and aflatoxin contamination in Mustard during storage/Manju Tomar Balhara Rupam Kapoor and A.K. Bhatnagar. 23. Air and soil transmitted fungal pathogens of onion diseases caused and control/Nuray Ozer. 24. Allelochemicals the possibility of management of plant diseases/Kaori Tomita Yokotani Takako Kato and Toshisada Suzuki. 25. Developments in production characteristics and potential applications of yeast phytases/Parvinder Kaur and T. Satyanarayana. 26. Insights into mode of action of insecticidal proteins of Bacillus thuringiensis/Neema Agrawal Naresh Arora and Raj K. Bhatnagar. 27. Enhancement of wheat performance with plant growth promoting bacteria in different soils/Dilfuza Egamberdiyeva. 28. Phytoremediation a cost effective approach for the removal of soil contaminants/I.S. Dua Davood Eradatmand Asli Ritu Sarsoha and Vikas Kumar. 29. Genetically modified cotton and its biosafety concerns a review/I.S. Dua Vikas Kumar Davood Eradatmand Asli and Bhavneet. 30. Phase change in plants some aspects/Priyanka Kapoor and I. Usha Rao. 31. Introduction of glycinebetaine pathway through genetic engineering enhances potential of plants to withstand abiotic stress/P. Sharmila Shipra Gupta Firoz Anwar and P. Pardha Saradhi. Index. In the recent years significant number of advances have been made in all aspects of plant sciences and to bring the widely different aspects under one cover is indeed a Herculean Albeit subjective task. That is precisely what the effort of the editors has been in compiling Current Concepts in Botany which is a collection of review articles as well as original research papers from contemporary fellow botanists from all over the world. This volume contains 31 authoritative and thought provoking articles of both applied and fundamental value written by leadin. Seller Inventory # 67561

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Edited by Mamta Rawat and Sumit Dookia

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About this Item: Daya, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. I. Ecology of lentic and lotic environment: 1. Ecological studies of holy pond Papnesh, Bidar, Kamataka/N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima. 2.Diatoms flora: an important bioresource of the central highland rivers, India/Jyoti Verma and Prakash Nautiyal. 3. Distribution pattern and present scenario of mangroves and associated flora of Andhra Pradesh/G.M. Narasimha Rao. 4. Analysis of growth forms of the macrophytes in Kharungpat Lake Manipur, North-East India/K. Khelchandra Singh, B. Manihar Sharma and Khurajam Usha. 5. Phytosociological studies of the aquatic macrophytes in Poiroupat Lake, Manipur North East India/Kh. Usha, B. Manihar Sharma and K. Khelchandra Singh. 6. Assessment of environmental flow requirements of Tungabhadra river basin/S. Srikantaswamy and B.K. Harish Kumara. 7. Aquatic biodiversity of Rana Pratap Sagar Lake, Rajasthan/P.C. Verma, L.L. Sharma and A.G. Hegde. 8. Rotifers of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh/S.V.A. Chandrasekhar. 9. Fish diversity in the pairy river of Mahanadi river system in the Chhattisgarh/S. Singh, Om Prakesh, H.K. Vardia and M.C. Chari. 10. Icthyo faunal diversity in Hussainsagar lake, Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh, India/S. Anitha Kumari and N. Sree Ram Kumar. 11. Avifauna of kole Wetlands: species diversity and abundance distribution patterns/C. Sivaperuman and E.A. Jayson. 12. Importance of aquatic avifauna in southern Rajasthan, India/Sarita Mehra, Satya Prakash Mehra and Krishna Kumar Sharma. II. Pollution: monitoring and management: 13. Monitoring of Yamuna river water for assessing its fitness in supporting aquatic biota/Shalu Mittal, Sangeet Prabha and P.K. Agarwal. 14. Health hazards of contaminated underground drinking water at Moradabad India: a survey work/D.K. Sinha and Navneet Kumar. 15. Microbiological study of Lonar Lake, Maharashtra, India/Pawar Vijaykumar Bhikusing. III. Water resources and other issues: 16. Water resources of India: a review/Pankaj Gupta. 17. Water stress and economic considerations/M.A. Khan and Hemant Mangal. 18. Regrowth and survival of bacterial pathogens on the surfaces of household containers used for the storage of drinking water in rural supply of Western Rajasthan/Mamta Rawat. IV. Miscellaneous aspects: 19. Study of soil enzyme, carbon, nitrogen content and c/N Ratio during vermicomposting of eri and Tasar culture waste/Mamata Pandey, T.V. Rao and S.K. Satapathy. 20. Analysis of sugar industry Molasses, uses and its economical importance/Poonam Nomulwar and P.M. Patil. Index. This book "Biodiversity of Aquatic Resources" is an anthology of current original research in the field of aquatic biodiversity, wetland ecology and the applied aspects with reference to aquatic resources across the country. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advancement and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a sole omnibus of 20 chapters which discusses studies on different aspects like fisheries, diatoms, vermicomposting, bacteriology, macrophytes, rotifers, issues related to water like monitoring, water resources and stress, molassess, mangrove vegetation, avifauna and other aspects respectively contributed by eminent scientist, researchers and academicians active in the respective areas. Broadly the book is divided into five sections including various issues of aquatic regime like aquatic ecology, conservation and management approaches, pollution and issues on water resources. The publication also throws light on the challenges aquatic regime is facing in overall country with the hope that it will not only be helpful to students and researchers but also to policy makers, environmental lawyers and the rest. It may form the basis for initiating conservation measures for securing the long term future of aquatic biodiversity. We hope that the policy makers advisors and government officials will rise to the challenge and use this document to further make progress to conserve our aquatic biodiversity. Seller Inventory # 108460

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Agarwal, Usha, Agrawal, Usha

Published by Sandeep Prakashan (2000)

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edited by Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mukesh Kumar

Published by I.K. International Publishing House (2014)

ISBN 10: 9382332413ISBN 13: 9789382332411

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About this Item: I.K. International Publishing House, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface.1. Biodiversity: status threats and conservation/Mukesh Kumar, Anjali Khare, Rajan Kumar Gupta and A.K. Goyal. 2. Microbial Diversity for Sustainable Crop Production in Hill Region/D.K. Shahi, B.K. Agarwal and K.P. Singh. 3. Cyanobacterial Biodiversity: A Profile/Kaushal Kishore Choudhary, Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mukesh Kumar. 4. Freshwater Cyanobacterial Diversity of Doon Valley/Anjali Khare, Mukesh Kumar and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 5. Physico-Chemical Parameters in Relation to the Distributional Pattern of Cyanobacteria/Anjali Khare, Mukesh Kumar and P.K. Singh. 6. Cyanobacterial Biodiversity and Ecostrategy/Divya Topal and N.K. Sharma. 7. Role of Cyanobacterial Biodiversity Resources in Agricultural Sustainability/Usha Pandey. 8. Algae: General Aspects, Ecological Relationships and Economic Values/Ashu, Mukesh Kumar and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 9. Extremophilic Bacteria and Microbial Biodiversity/Jay Shankar Singh and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 10. Pathogen Biodiversity: Its Origin, Nature, Characterization and Control/Mohit Kumar Gupta, Rahul Kumar, G.K. Sharma and Mukesh Kumar. 11. Biodiversity of Powdery Mildew Fungus: A Constant Threat to Cucurbits/G.K. Sharma, Desh Deepak, Mohit Kumar Gupta and Manujendra Pratap Singh. 12. Diversity of Wood Rotting Basidiomycetes of Kumaon and Garhwal Himalaya/Dhiraj Kumar Sehgal, Kaushal Pratap Singh and Dheeraj Mohan Singhal. 13. Biodiversity of Chilika Lake, East Coast of India/Jnanendra Rath and Siba Prasad Adhikary. 14. Strategies for Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation/Sushma Gupta and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 15. Phytocystatins: The New Age Healers/Garima Sharma, Sandeep Sharma and M.K. Sharma. 16. Aquatic biodiversity: Nature and Characterization/Manisha Kaushal, G.K. Sharma, Desh Deepak and Mukesh Kumar. 17. Threats to Phytodiversity/Sumeet Gairola, K.N. Bhardwaj and C.S. Rana. 18. Himalayan Biodiversity with Reference to Uttarakhand and its conservation strategies/Kiram Dimri and N.K. Sharma. 19. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR): An Effective Tool to Protect Indigenous Technical Knowledge/Poonam Paliwal and M.K. Paliwal. 20. An Updated List of Pteridophytes of Uttarakhand/N. Punetha, B.S. Kholia, Richa Punetha and Kamlesh Bhakuni. 21. Distribution Pattern of Terricolous Lichens in Garhwal Himalayas (Chopta-Tungnath Tract) with Reference to Morphological and Environmental Variables/Himanshu Rai, Rajan Kumar Gupta, D.K. Upreti and Pramod Nag. 22. Bryophytes and Ecosystem/Yateesh Mohan Bahuguna, Sumeet Gairola, D.P. Semwal, P.L. Uniyal and A.B. Bhatt. 23. Biodiversity and Conservation Needs in Uttarakhand Himalaya: A Case Study of District Rudraprayag/G.P. Raturi and A.B. Bhatt. 24. Diatoms: Occurrence, Structure and Application/Rachna Nautiyal. 25. Biodiversity and Biotechnology/Ravi Rajhans, Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mukesh Kumar. 26. Mycorrhiza: A Symbiotic Fungi/Devendra Singh, Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mohd. Irfan. Index.Biodiversity is the variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, biome or for the entire earth. Biodiversity is often used as a measure of the health of biological system. Biodiversity or biological diversity is the sum of all the different species of animals, plants, fungi, and microbial organisms living on earth and the variety of habitats in which they live. Scientists estimate that upwards of 10 millionand some suggest more than 100 milliondifferent species inhabit the earth. Each species is adapted to its unique niche in the environment, from the peaks of mountains to the depth of deep-sea, hydrothermal vents, and from polar ice caps to tropical rain forests.Biodiversity is also described as some of the fascinating varieties of organisms and complex ecological relationships that give the biosphere its unique, productive characteristics. The biodiversity found in earth consists of many millions of distinct biological species. Biodiversity is not distributed evenly on earth, but is consistently rich in the tropics and in specific localized regions it i. Seller Inventory # 111775

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