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One hundred five accessions of traditional rice landraces collected from tribal areas of Santhal Parganas, Jharkhand, India were characterized for 11 qualitative and 13 quantitative traits. The study revealed high degree of variation in agro-morphological traits of rice accessions with a Shannon...
Chronic fluorotoxicosis in the form of dental and skeletal fluorosis was observed in 443 immature and 2,155 mature domestic animals inhabiting tribal rural areas of southern Rajasthan, India. Their drinking water contained fluoride in the range between 3.1 and 6.1 ppm. These animals included...
A protocol for rapid extraction of high quantity and quality of genomic DNA and Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) analysis has been optimized for Ferula jaeschkeana Vatke (Apiaceae), an overexploited medicinally important species of Western Himalaya in India. The...
In order to investigate geochemical environment of the river Ganga, the freshly deposited sediment samples were collected from Ghazipur, Buxar and Ballia urban centers in the pre-monsoon period (May, 2010). The river receives industrial as well as domestic wastes from various drains of above...
A general view of resource–consumer interactions is that resource intake by the consumers reduces the growth rate of resource population but it leads to an increase of consumer population. This view is proficiently interpreted with the classic Lotka–Volterra model that successfully describes the...
Cenchrus setigerus (Poaceae) is most suitable and highly nutritive grass for desert environmental conditions. This grass, fed green, turned into silage, or made into hay is said to increase flow of milk in cattle and impart a sleek and glossy appearance. Seeds of this grass are used as famine...
Some of the plant derived bioactives are called as ‘natural antioxidants’ for their role in protecting the cells from injurious effect of reactive oxygen species. The study investigated the concentration of natural bioactives and antioxidant capacity in Eryngium
foetidum L. leaves. The...
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