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Author: Shanky Bhat

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  • Integrated Pest Management For Better Agriculture ( 3090 reads)   

    IPM extended the concept of integrated control to all classes of pests and was expanded to include tactics other than just chemical and biological controls. Artificial controls such as pesticides were to be applied as in integrated control, but these now had to be compatible with control tactics for all classes of pests. - Category: Agriculture
  • Organic Farming - Key to Pesticides Free Farming ( 2797 reads)   

    Organic farming is the form of agriculture that relies on techniques such as crop rotation, green manure, compost and biological pest control. Organic farming uses fertilizers and pesticides but excludes or strictly limits the use of manufactured (synthetic) fertilizers, pesticides (which include herbicides, insecticides and fungicides). - Category: Agriculture
  • Role of International Bodies for Biodiversity Conservation ( 2623 reads)   

    The role of international conservation organizations is a vital one, particularly in terms of brokering international agreements between governments concerned with protecting their national interests. The most far-reaching agreement on biodiversity in recent years is the Convention on Biodiversity, signed by 156 nations at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio in 1992 - Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Pickling Process - Preserving Foods ( 13424 reads)   

    Pickling is the process of preserving foods in brine or vinegar or a combination of the two. The method using both salt and vinegar calls for a short brining period before the vinegar is added. - Category: Others
  • A Short Story on Metagenomics ( 2191 reads)   

    Metagenomics a gateway to study uncultured microorganisms. The term metagenomics can be defined as the complete genomic analysis of the environmental sample. Our environment is rich source of microbes be it any condition, microbes are able to survive, this quality make them unique in their own way. - Category: Bioinformatics
  • Xenobiotic and Interaction with Ecosystem ( 3019 reads)   

    Xenobiotics are synthesized chemically organic compounds of which most do not occur in nature (Schlegel, 1995). Xenobiotics can be defined as the compounds that are foreign to a living organism. Xenobiotics include pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, and so on. Most of which are substituted hydrocarbons, phenyl carbonates, and similar compounds. Some of these substances of which great quantities are applied to the crops and soil are very recalcitrant and are degraded very slowly or not at all. - Category: Others
  • Nanotechnology in Bioremediation ( 4619 reads)   

    Nanotechnology offers potential to stabilize and guard enzymes against mechanical and biotic degradation and thus increases their half-life and permits recirculation in their use while reducing the cost of bioremediation strategies. - Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Ecotoxicology and Nanoecotoxicology ( 2678 reads)   

    Nanoecotoxicology helps in assessment of hazard that can be because of nanoparticles. - Category: Nanotechnology
  • Celiac Disease: New Advancements in Detection and Therapy ( 3320 reads)   

    Celiac disease is recognized as a common multi systemic disorder that may be diagnosed at any age. At this time, the gluten-free diet remains the only available treatment. The gluten-free diet is a complex and challenging diet, but current advances in the food industry are making it easier to follow. - Category: Healthcare

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