Author: Priti Raj Pandita
Total Articles: 4 |
Total Views: 13278
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City: Udhampur |
State: Jammu and Kashmir
About Me: A Ph.D research scholar from
central university of
Gujarat , gandhinagar
gujarat. I have done my M.Sc
biotechnology from M. D.
Articles by Priti Raj Pandita:
Microalgae: Important Source of Biofuel Production
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Fossil fuels accounted for 88% of the primary energy consumption, with oil (35% share), coal (29%) and natural gas (24%) as the major fuels, while nuclear energy and hydroelectricity account for 5% and 6% of the total primary energy consumption. Due to these consumption rates there is rapid depletion of fossil fuels which in turn leads to search for alternative sources of energy such as algae.
Phytoremediation: 'Green Technology' For Extracting the Heavy Metals
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Phytoremediation is a site remediation strategy, environmental friendly, cost effective, aesthetically pleasing approach. There are different methods for phytoremedation like phytoextraction, Phytovolatilization etc. With the use of genetic engineering it is feasible to manipulate a plant's capacity to tolerate, accumulate, and metabolize pollutants and thus to create the ideal plant for environmen
Fourier Transform Infra-Red (FT-IR) : Its Applications
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Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) spectrometry is the advanced form of the dispersive instruments. Its principle is based on the fact that bonds and groups of bonds vibrate at characteristic frequencies. This instrument is considered as workhorse technique for materials analysis in the laboratory.
GREEN MANURING: Economic and Eco-friendly Way of Production
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A green manure is a remedial approach towards the agriculture. These crops are grown for the benefit of the soil and for turning them back into the soil. Green manure crops are grown to improve the economic viability, while reducing the environmental impacts towards the agriculture.Green manuring help in adding organic matter and nutrients to the soil as well as protecting surface soil from damage