The Indian Botanic Garden, Calcutta, Was Started And Maintained As Nursery For The Acclimation Of Potential Crop Plants From Oversea And Later Acquired Botanic Status By Falling Into The Hands Of Botanist Curator Or Director, Who Developed A Scientific Side And Founded In Harbarium.
Contents: Introductory essay,Definition of the genus daemonorops,Conspectus of the species,Key to the section cymbospatha,Key to the section piptospatha,Detailed descriptions of species, Addenda,Imperfectly known doubtful or excluded species,Description of analytical plates,Index to species,Index to plates.
Contents:Ceratolobus,descriptions of species of, Plectomia,Plectomiopsis,Zalacca,Pigafetta,Korthalsia,Metroxylon,Eugeissona,Conspectus of the genera of lepidocaryeae,raphia,species of,Ancistrophyllum,species of Oncocalamus,Eremospatha,Lepidocaryum,Mauritia,Index to species,Index to plates.
Contents: Prefatory Note; 1. Studies on the Indian Ferns: Ecology, Distribution and Phytogeography of Polypodiaceae; 2. Effects of Gamma Irradiation on Development of Hemionitis Arifolia; 3. Some Aspects of Recent Advances in Phylogeny and Life-Cycle of the Pteridophyta with Particular Reference to Ferns; 4. Athyrium Attenuatum- A Confused Sino-Himalayan Fern; 5. Morphogenetic Studies on Pteridophytes in India; 6. Chromosome Numbers and Evolutionary Status of Ferns and Fern Allies of Pachmarhi Hills; 7. Classification and Taxonomy of Pteridophytes with Particular Reference to the Higher Ferns; Index to Plant Names. 90plates and Figures
India is one of the mega-biodiversity nations richly endowed with 45,000 plant species and about 7,000 plants are recognized and being used in Indian system of medicines like Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Homoeopathy. There has been considerable emphasis on research and development on medicinal and aromatic plants for few decades, however, very little information on diseases and insect pests of these valuable plants is available in the country.
In the present compilation, a meticulous effort has been made by the authors to provide a consolidated picture of fungal diseases of important medicinal plants of India. Diseases of 202 plants were studied and out of which 52 different kinds of diseases have been recorded new to India. The distribution, uses of medicinal plants and symptoms of diseases along with percentage disease incidence (PDI) have also been outlined in this text. The present report also includes the diversity of fungal pathogens on these medicinal plants published by several earlier Mycologists from different parts of the country. Many other reports which have been published in different journals, Proceedings of Seminars, Symposia and Conferences have been taken into account in the preparation of the text.
We are confident that this book will serve as a key source of information on all the aspects of therapeutic importance and fungi associated with medicinal plants / crude herbal drugs not only to the students but also to the Mycologists, Plant Pathologists, Extension Specialists, Fungal Taxonomists, Research Organizations, medicinal lants Cultivators and plant drug Manufacturers at National and International level.
Â¨ Development of the Banglagen VBP Project
Â¨ GUI and Data Bases: Design and Development
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Emerging trend of Technology refurbishing humankind has set a trend in human languages (academic or civilian life) too. This book is created out of the PhD Thesis of Aparupa Dasgupta on Word Formation Derivation through computing on the then Diaspora, but relevant till date in Indian language computing. Derivative Generator software could be migrated to latest versions. Furthermore a few new criteria on morph-computing (on the Derivative Generator) was envisaged in latest publication1 of author.
(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