(Size: 24.5x19cms.)., Contents: Foreword; Introduction; Part I: General Information: 1. The Distribution of Game in Burma; II. Game Preservation, Organization and Rules; III. Plans and Preliminaries; IV. Rifles and Shooting; V. Cameras and Photography; VI. Tracking and Still-Hunting; VII. The Preservation, Care adn Measurements of Trophies; Part II: Large Games: VIII. Sumatran Rhinoceros; IX. Javan Rhinoceros; X. Indian Elephant; XI. Bison or Gaur; XII. Saing or Banteng; XIII. Mythun or Gayal; XIV. Buffalo; XV. Malayan Sambur; XVI. Hog-Deer; XVII. Barking Deer or Muntjac; XVIII. Thamin or Brow-Antlered Deer; XIX. Michie's Tufted Deer; XX. Takin; XXI. The Burmese Goral; XXII. Serow; XXIII. Wild Pig; XXIV. Tiger; XXV. Panther or LEopard; XXVI. Clouded Leopard; XXVII. Himalayan Black Bear; XXVIII. Malay Bear; XXIX. Jackal; XXX. Wild Dog; XXXI. Tapir; XXXII. Mouse Deer; Part III: Small Game: Foreword; XXXIII. Peafowl; XXXIV. Jungle Fowl; XXXV. Pheasants; XXXVI. Partridges; XXXVII. Quails; XXXIX. Woodcock; XL. geese; XLI. Duck nad Teal; XLII. Pigeons; XLIII. Doves; XLIV. THe Burmese Hare; XLV. Various; Part IV: Miscellaneous Mammals, Birds and Reptiles: XLVI. Miscellaneous Mammals; XLVII. Miscellaneous Birds; XLVIII. Some Reptiles; Part V: Fish: XLIX. Mahseer and Other Fish; Glossary; Index. xxv b/w plates, 1 forlding Maps ISBN: 292 Yr. of Pub.1985 Hard Bound English
Biodiversity can be quite easily defined as the diversity or variety of living organisms on this planet. It has been understood as the measure of the variety of organisms present in different ecosystems. This can refer to genetic variation, ecosystem variation or species variation within an area, biome or planet. This book entitled ‚ÄúA new horizons in Biodiversity‚ÄĚ consists of 23 chapters. The chapters are mainly focused on the diversity of Molluscs, Planktons, fishes, Crabs, Silkworms, Butterflies, Insects, Crustaceans, Spiders, etc., The authors have put an effort to explain each and every point of respective diversities. This book has been brought to the society, keeping in mind students of graduate and post graduate, research scholars and teaching faculty.
¬® Surveillance And Monitoring Of Animal Diseases: National Perspective ¬® Research Intelligence In Animal Disease Epidemiology ¬® Collection And Despatch Of Clinical Samples For Laboratory Diagnosis Of Animal Diseases ¬® Serum Bank ‚Äď Uitilities And Requirements ¬® Sampling Technique ¬® Sampling Frames ¬® Approaches For Recording Of Disease Outbreakss ¬® Glossary In Epidemiology ¬® Livestock Disease Outbreak Investigation ¬® Disease Informatics ‚Äď Risk Factors, Modeling And Analysis ¬® Measuring Economic Losses Due To Diseases In Livestock And Poultry‚Äď An Overview ¬® Zoonoses At The Human-Animal Interface ¬® International Disease Surveillance And Networking For Emerging Infectious Diseases/Zoonoses ¬® Economic Impact Of Foot-And-Mouth Disease In India ¬® Geographical Information Systems: Concepts ¬® Approaches For Reporting Of Major Haemoprotozoan Diseases Of Domestic Ruminants For Surveillance ¬® Economic Analysis Modules For Animal Disease Impact Assessment ¬® Role Of Vectors In Vector Borne Diseases ¬® Case Studies On Vector Borne Zoonotic Diseases ¬® Animal Disease Information System With Special Reference To Tadinfo
Animal physiology is the study of the internal physical and chemical functions of animals. Professionals in this field may explore the makeup of animals, including their genetics, behaviours and their biological structure. A degree in animal physiology can lead to opportunities in a wide variety of areas, including fisheries, veterinary sciences and pharmaceutical research. This book entitled ‚ÄúAnimal Physiology‚ÄĚ consists of 25 chapters. The chapters are mainly focused on the physiological changes in the animals when exposed to toxicants, drugs, phytochemicals, etc., The authors have put an effort to explain each and every point of respective studies. This book has been brought to the society, keeping in mind students of graduate and post graduate, research scholars and teaching faculty.
Contents: (Vol.I) Preface, A. Membrane structure and methodological approaches, B. Membrane toxicology,C. Membrane lipids,D. Cell surface receptors,Index. (Vol.II) A. Membrane transport,lipsome and artificial membrane research,B. Membrane and drug-interaction,C. Membrane alterations by disease/disorders,D. Membrane-parasite interaction,E. Carcinogenesis and immunobiological aspects, Index.
The term biotechnology is a fusion of biology and technology. The area is multidisciplinary, vast and highly divergent, which has made precise definition of the subject rather difficult, it is a basically the controlled use of biological agents, such as micro-organisms or cellular components for human beneficial use.This book entitled ‚ÄúBiotechnology for Human welfare‚ÄĚ consists of 34 chapters. The chapters are mainly focused on the newer technological aspects in molecular biology, bioremediation, toxicology etc.,The authors have put an effort to explain each and every point in the procedures. This book has been brought to the society, keeping in mind students of graduate and post graduate, research scholars and teaching faculty.
¬® Plant tolerance to abiotic stress: A physiological approach ¬® Abiotic stress signal perception: Receptors and its role ¬® Role of transcription factors in abiotic stress management ¬® Proteomic approaches for the analysis of salt tolerance in plant ¬® Signaling and uptake mechanisms of nitrogen and potassium under nutrient stress in plants ¬® Heat stress responses in plants: Insight into physiological and molecular mechanisms ¬® Bio-engineering of osmolytes production in plants: A novel approach to counter abiotic stress ¬® Genetic engineering of stay green traits for development of drought tolerant crops ¬® Role of microbes in mitigating effect of abiotic stress in agriculture ¬® Abiotic Stress in Rice: Mechanism of Adaptation
¬® Drought adaptive traits in rice: Need for comprehensive approach ¬® Abiotic stresses and Vegetable production in Tropical Islands ¬® Genetic engineering of groundnut (Arachis Hypogaea L.) for abiotic stress Tolerance: Challenges and prospects ¬® Abiotic stress responses in sugarcane ¬® Cocoa (Theobroma cacao l.) towards climate resilient horticulture ¬® Abiotic Stresses ‚Äďmanagement and mitigation in fruit crops ¬® Physiological and breeding approaches for abiotic stress in cotton ¬® Soil and water conservation measures in resource scarce dryland areas: a way to mitigate abiotic stresses in climate change scenario
Contents: Evolution defined,Variety and unity in life,Life,its physical basis and simplest expression,Factors and mechanism of evolution,Natural selection and struggle for existence: sexual selection,Artificial selection,Various theories of species-forming and descent control,Geographic isolation and species-forming,Variation and mutation,Heredity,Inheritance of acquired characters,Generation,sex,and ontogeny,Factors in ontogeny and experimental development,Paleontology,Geographical distribution,Adaptations,Parasitism and degeneration,Mutual aid and communal life among animals,Color and pattern in animals,Reflexes,instinct,and reason,Man's place in nature.
Sahiwal is one of the important breeds of India known for its superiority in milk production and other inherent abilities. However, due to indiscriminate crossbreeding, the population of this valuable germplasm has declined over years in India. Presently, efforts are being made extensively to increase its population size besides improving its genetic potential. Since the breeding strategy for genetic improvement of any breed requires the fair understanding of the genetic and phenotypic parameters and also its genetic worth for milk production, it becomes imperative to conduct scientific study on these aspects. The book on ‚ÄúGenetic Evaluation of Sahiwal Cattle‚ÄĚ is a compilation of the research work carried out on this breed of cattle maintained at the Cattle Yard of NDRI, Karnal for more than 60 years covering the different areas of Animal Breeding. The book covers the research findings of almost all the areas of animal breeding viz., sex ratio, body weights and growth rates, milk production, reproduction, lactation curve modelling, stayability and genetic evaluation of Sahiwal cows and sires. It contains the results of most of the research work conducted by the postgraduate and doctoral students of Dairy Cattle Breeding Division of NDRI, Karnal under the Chairmanship of the first author. As this book will provide the overall information on the Sahiwal cattle, it will serve as a useful ready reckoner for students, researchers and other stakeholders.