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  • No Photo Expedient Tool for Sustainable Agriculture in Himachal Pradesh - Diversification    By: Dr. Madhu Patial

    The divergent favorable climatic conditions can facilitate diversified land use system in Himachal Pradesh. Since, farm income supports fewer family members in the state, diversification can help families to undergo farming successfully. In addition to agriculture, the land may be utilized for horticulture, forestry, vegetables etc. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Introduction to Medicinal plant - Saffron    By: Pankaj T. Yeole

    The scientific name for saffron is Crocus sativus L. and belongs to the family of Iridaceas, the line of liliaceas. Among the 85 species belonging to the Crocus genus, saffron is the most fascinating and intriguing species. The word "saffron" is derived from the Arabic word za'faran, which translates to "yellow." Commercial saffron is made from the dried stigmas of the saffron flower, a triploid sterile plant and has a unique and distinctively pungent, honey-like flavour and aroma >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Periwinkle - A Medicinal Plant    By: Pankaj T. Yeole

    Periwinkle is a happy-go-lucky small sub shrub. It grows in adverse conditions, rain, heat, dust. It can be quite often seen growing out of cervices of walls. It is an evergreen sub shrub or herbaceous plant growing 1 m tall. The leaves are oval to oblong, 2.5-9 cm long and 1-3.5 cm broad, glossy green, hairless, with a pale midrib and a short leaf-stalk 1-1.8 cm long; they are arranged in opposite pairs. The flowers are white to dark pink with a darker red centre, with a basal tube 2.5-3 cm long and a flower 2-5 cm diameter with five petal-like lobes. The fruit is a pair of follicles 2-4 cm long and 3 mm broad. Lots of cultivars have been developed with various colors, from red to white >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Organic Farming - Higher Crop Yield and Eco-friendly to Atmosphere    By: Sharwan Lal Jat

    Organic Farming in reference to crop yield as well as environment. Organic farming refers to a biological potential tool which is eco-friendly to environment and used to obtain higher crop yield without causing any adverse effect to environment. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Apiculture Cultivation Opportunities in Rajasthan    By: Sharwan Lal Jat

    Apiculture or beekeeping is the art of cultivation of honey production, profitable venture or as a medium for entrepreneurship development. Being the source of sugar, vitamins, protein, minerals and having substantial medicinal values, Apiculture as such doesn't require a big investment in terms of money. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Molecular Markers: The key to Molecular Breeding Strategies    By: Prashant Raghunath Shingote

    The article is informative and figures about usefulness of Molecular markers in plant breeding. Furthermore, affirming that how these markers are helpful in plant breeding. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Nutrient Media for Plant Tissue Cultures    By: Dipti Raghunath Dhumale

    The article is depicting the use of different medium for plant tissue culture. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Significance of Hydroponic Technique for Crops    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    Hydroponics is a technology for growing plants in nutrient solutions (water and fertilizers) with or without the use of an artificial medium (e.g., sand, gravel, vermiculite, rock-wool, peat moss, coir, sawdust) to provide mechanical support. Hydroponic is a soilless technique, which provides nutrient and water to plant with equal and higher yield compare to soil. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Introduction to Bioinformatics    By: Prashant Raghunath Shingote

    The article is informative and figures introduction to Bioinformatics. Furthermore, affirming that how bioinformatics is helpful in different fields. >> Category: Applications
  • No Photo Comparing Sequence using Dynamic Programming Algorithm [PDF]    By: Nivedita Yadav

    Dynamic programming algorithm is widely used in bioinformatics for the tasks such as sequence alignment, sequence comparison, protein folding, RNA structure prediction, nucleosome positioning, transcription factor binding and protein-DNA binding. >> Category: Bioinformatics
  • No Photo Bioremediation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)    By: Dharmendra Kumar

    Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are important pollutants found in air, soil and sediments. These compounds enter the environment in many ways. PAHs and their derivatives are widespread products of incomplete combustion of organic materials arising, in part, from natural combustion such as forest fires and volcanic eruptions, but for the most part by human activities. >> Category: Microbiology
  • No Photo Proteomics and its Application in Agricultural Microbiology    By: Dharmendra Kumar

    Metaproteomics (also Community Proteomics, Environmental Proteomics, or Community Proteogenomics) is the study of all protein samples recovered directly from environmental sources. Metaproteomics is used to classify experiments that deal with all the genes and proteins identified from complex communities, where individuals cannot be binned into species or organisms types.The metaproteomics approach is comparable to gene-centric environmental genomics, or metagenomics >> Category: Microbiology
  • No Photo Role of Eco-Friendly Fertilizers to Enhance the Crop Productivity    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    The demand for eco-friendly fertilizers is steadily increasing both in the developed and developing countries. Eco-friendly fertilizers are environmental friendly fertilizers unlike inorganic fertilizers. They are low in cost and can be prepared easily with the available raw materials. Their use can ensure better soil quality on long term. Also, continuous use can help in sustaining the crop yields. Therefore many farmers have started using eco-friendly fertilizers along with inorganic fertilizers as they were able to earn more profits. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Importance of Vermicompost    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    Vermicompost are defined as organic matter of plant and/or animal origin consisting mainly of finely-divided earthworm castings, produced non thermophilically with bio-oxidation and stabilization of the organic material, due to interactions between aerobic microorganism and earthworms, as the materials pass through the earthworm gut. Worm or vermiculture is a useful technique for recycling kitchen and livestock wastes into a rich organic fertilizer, for producing high-protein feed for poultry and initiating a lucrative business selling worms and worm castings for the small farm. Worms are invaluable partners in building the soil in your garden, be it a kitchen or garden or a large field. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Classes of Seed    By: M. Tushara

    Different types of seed classes and detailed information pertaining to each class was given. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Microbial Amylases, Process Optimization and Industrial Applications    By: Dharmendra Kumar

    Amylases are among the most important enzymes used in industrial processes. Although, the use of amylases, a-amylases in particular, in starch liquefaction and other starch based industries has been prevalent for many decades and a number of microbial sources exist for the efficient production of this enzyme, the commercial production of this enzyme has been limited to only a few selected strains of fungi and bacteria. >> Category: Microbiology
  • Author Photo High Throughput Phenotyping of Transgenic Plants    By: Ekatpure Sachin Chandrakant

    Plant phenotyping is an emerging science for the prediction of organism's phenotype using genetic information collected from genotyping. It's an important tool for non-destructive measurement of plants growth, morphology and physiology at large scale. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Salinity Stress and Adverse Effect    By: Nidhi Jain

    Salinity is one of the most important environmental factor limiting plant growth. >> Category: Issues
  • No Photo Concept of Conservation Tillage    By: Jyoti Chauhan

    Conservation tillage, a crop production system involving the management of surface residues, prevents degradative processes and restores and improves soil productivity. The experimental data show that conservation tillage has a wide application for sustainable crop production on a range of soils in the dryland agriculture. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Bioplastics - From Microorganisms to Nanotechnology    By: Dharmendra Kumar

    Bioplastics, defined as plastics derived from renewable carbon sources that are also biodegradeable, have been considered as good candidates for sustainable development as well as eco-friendly environment. The R&D on SB approaches is highly expected to deliver feasible approaches to bulk production of bioplastics. There are many aspects where SB can contribute to obtain this goal . Both SB and bioplastics are in their early stage of development. Most of the SB related research on bioplastics is focused on improving production of PHAs. >> Category: Microbiology
  • No Photo Molecular Markers: A Tool for Improvement in Crops    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    Markers can be defined as heritable entities associated with the economically important trait under the control of polygenes. Markers are any trait of an organism that can be identified with confidence and relative easy, and can be followed in a mapping population. There are two types of genetic markers viz. morphological markers or naked eye polymorphism and non-morphological markers or molecular markers. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Industrial Uses of Guar Gum Plant    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    The Guar plant is an annual plant, extremely drought resistant and thrives in semiarid regions where most plants perish. The Guar plant grows best in sandy soils and areas of West, Northwest India and parts of Pakistan >> Category: Applications
  • No Photo Sustainable Conservation Practices for Natural Resources [PDF]    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    Land and water are the most precious natural resources, the importance of which in human civilization needs no elaboration >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • No Photo RNA Interference: New Approach of Gene Silencing in Crops    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    RNA silencing is a novel gene regulatory mechanism that limits the transcript level by either suppressing transcription (TGS) or by activating a sequence- Specific RNA degradation process [PTGS/RNA interference (RNAi)] >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Natural Biopesticide of Insect pest 'Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus'    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    Microbial pesticides occupy around 1.3 per cent of the world's total pesticide market. Biopesticides mean the use of fungi, bacteria, viruses, protozoa and nematodes through inundative or inoculative release for the biological control of insect pest, diseases, weeds and nematodes in agriculture, medicinal, veterinary, forestry and horticultural eco-systems. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Integrated Pest Management for Okra    By: Sharwan Lal Jat

    Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus),Moench also known as lady finger or bhendi, belongs to family of Malvaceae and is an important vegetable crop The crop is attacked by more than 72 insect pests and infests the crop from seedling to harvest stage. The shoot and fruit borer (Earias vittella), and against IPM in this insects >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Efficacy of Integrated Pest Management against Pest Complex in Brinjal    By: Sharwan Lal Jat

    Brinjal or egg plant (Solanum melongena L.) is considered as one of the important vegetable crop due to its nutritive value consisting The crop is attacked by a number of insect pests from seedling to fruiting stage affecting its growth and productivity. Out of several insect pests, brinjal shoot and fruit borer, Leucinodes orbonalis Guen. is one of the most injurious to brinjal crop. and against IPM in this insects >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Climate Change and Agriculture    By: Ravi Kumar

    Agriculture production is directly dependent on climate change and weather. Possible changes in temperature, precipitation and CO2 concentration are expected to significantly impact crop growth. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Genetic Improvement of Flower Colour [PDF]    By: Dibosh Bordoloi

    Flower colours are of paramount importance in the ecology of plants and in their ability to attract pollinators and seed dispersing organisms. By modification of flower colour controlling genes, we can enhance the photosynthesis process in our desirable way. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Osmotic Dehydration method: A Novel Process of Fruit Preservation    By: Dr. Rajdeep Mundiyara

    Osmotic dehydration is a useful technique for the production of sensorial, safe, stable, nutritious, tasty, economical, and concentrated food obtained by placing the solid food, whole or in sliced in sugar or salt aqueous solutions of high osmotic pressure. Osmotic dehydration has become more popular in food processing industry. Fruits are important sources of vitamin and minerals. They are got rotten before the final consumption due to lack of preservation and storage facilities. Osmotic dehydration is an operation used for the partial removal of water from plant tissues by immersion in an osmotic solution. >> Category: Applications

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Article: Walnut Industry in India - Present Status and Future Strategies - Comment by: rafik saiyed - 2017-07-17

very good paper can i get a email address of yours i want further information on walnut commerce.

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Article: Toxic Fibers and Fabrics - Comment by: Mally - 2017-07-12

FAKE SILK: The Lethal History of Viscose Rayon is well worth reading by Paul David Blanc, all referenced. What an expose, the consequences of using carbon disulphide and other chemicals in the process of synthetic material has been devastating for some workers who were guinea pigs.

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Article: Phytoremediation - Applications, Advantages and Limitations - Comment by: REDEMPTA KISAKA - 2017-07-08

I love the article..rnI've cited some it's parts in my work.rnI'm soon publishing my proposal firstrn

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Article: How a Baby Develops Inside Mother's Womb: From an Embryo to a Child - Comment by: albert hayfron-benjamin - 2017-07-06

wonder article makes me realize there is an analogy with the creation of this world and the birth of a baby.From the early stage of earths formation to the production of life all can be studied by having knowledge on how baby's are made.
The most beautiful aspect is the creator of life GOD HAS LEFT his umbilical chord which is the Bible so we can receive nutrition and life through his word Praise be to God for given us Jesus Christ. to save us from sin.

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Article: Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic mRNA - Comment by: Anku Tiwari - 2017-06-26

Very helpful preparing for exams

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Article: Comparative Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and Automobile Exhaust - Comment by: Sonali Bhawsar - 2017-06-21

It would be interesting calculation.

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Article: Toxic Fibers and Fabrics - Comment by: Sonali Bhawsar - 2017-06-21

Daoloth, thanks for the important information you shared.

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Article: Sewage Bacteria - Strictly Anaerobic, Aerobic and Facultative bacteria - Comment by: Sonali Bhawsar - 2017-06-21

Thanks a lot for your appreciation, Stephen.

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Article: Toxic Fibers and Fabrics - Comment by: Daoloth - 2017-06-13

I saw a comment trying to defend polyester... Which I can attest to personal experience of having a dog eat the fabric of that causing to need an operation to remove from stomach... It seems dogs can only break down natural fibers like cotton etc... Not able to digest or break down synthetic fibers like Rayon, Polyester, things of that nature so be very wary. Those sheets you buy that are 50/50 cotton/polyester blend might end up costing a life or lead to a very high vet bill.. I wear many t-shirts, the rayon ones or synthetic fake cotton tend to cause me issues itching or feeling like heating up among breaking out in rashes etc. So while I"ll wear polyester or blended t-shirts to stay cooler in the summer that isn't a material I would advice... Hemp can be expensive especially if that is organic or cotton though... A reason cotton went up in price was the weather in the regions it comes from... So over the last few years or longer they started to substitute rayon, polyester or other cheap even dangerous materials that are not made from natural fibers or sources... Hence they can't be broken down in many cases whether its in the stomach of the dog or bacteria etc... So this will lead to issues with water supply or earth/food animals and crops. I wish I knew all this sooner before finding out the hard way. Be careful if get dogs rope bones they tend to eat the strands so make sure its some sorta natural fiber/source not synthetic like polyester etc...

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Article: Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic mRNA - Comment by: yihong - 2017-06-13

very helpful!!!

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Article: Walnut Industry in India - Present Status and Future Strategies - Comment by: Nagendra Gupta - 2017-06-04

Congratulations ! Article is very informative and useful. Author's efforts are really commendable.Wish him all the success in his career. I would like to share his email address for further information about walnuts.

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