¬® Solar Radiation Resource Assessment
¬® Heating Applications as Low and Medium Temperatures by Solar Energy
¬® Solar Thermal Power Generation
¬® Solar Cells: Review and Recent advances
¬® Power Generation through Photovoltaics
(Size: 19x13cms.), (2 Vols. Bound in One), Contents: Chapter 1: Sunderbunds Vegetation, Chapter II: Doomree, Chapter III: Ek-Powa Ghat, Chapter IV. Leave Bhagulpore, Chapter V: View from Mr. Hodgson's Of the Snowy mountains, Chapter VI. Excursion from Dorjiling to Great Bungeet, Chapter VII. Continue the ascent of Tonglo, Chapter VIII. Difficulty in Procuring leave to entre Sikkim, Chapter IX. Leave Mywa, Chapter X. Return From Wallanchoon pass, Chapter XI. Ascend Nango Mountain, Chapter XII. Yalloong Valley, Chapter XIII. Raklang Pass, Chapter XIV. Tassiding, View of and from, chapter XV. Leave Yoksun for Kinchinjunga, Chapter XVI. Ratong River Below Mon Lepcha, Chapter XVII. Dispatch Collections, Chapter XVIII. Arrangements for second Journey into Sikkim, Chapter XIX. Routes from choongtam to tibet Frontier, Chapter XX. Camp on Zemu river, Chapter XXII. Leave Lachoong for tunkrs Pass, Chapter XXIII. Donkis glaciers, Chapter XXIV. Ascent of bhomtao, chapter XXV. Journey to the Rajah's, chapter XXVI. Dr. Campbell is ordered to appear at Durbar, chapter XXVII. Leave Dorjiling for Calcutta, chapter XXVIII. Churns, English Station of, Chapter XXIX. View fo Himalaya from the Khasis, chapter XXX. Boat voyage to silhet. (1855, 3rd ind. rep. 1980, 4th ind. rep. 1999, 5th ind. rep. 2005) ISBN:8170190959 xxii+696 Yr. of Pub.2005 Hard Bound English
The Book is a compilation of Chapter which are contributed by experts in Relevent Field the book contain chapters that are directly providing a ready in hard reference about all the post-harvest operations, processing and value addition details of major and minor fruit crops and major group of flowers as well. This book would be very useful for everyone who so ever is interested to know about harvesting and handling of fruits and flowers crops.
¬® Introduction ¬® Village level Credit Societies ¬® Central and State Cooperative Bank ¬® Land Mortgage Bank System ¬® Taccavi Lons ¬® Private Lending Agencies
¬® Role of the Reserve Bank of India and the Agricultural Refinance Corporation
¬® Study of Agricultural Finance ¬® The Role of Credit ¬® Basic Principles of Credit - Management ¬® Repaying Capacity -Second Test of Soundness of Credit ¬® Risk Bearing Ability - Thrid Test of Soundness of Credit ¬® Capital Requirements ¬® Opprtunities for Investment in the Farm-Permanent Farm INvestments ¬® A Caution in Credit ¬® Use of Balance-Sheet, Income Statement and Productivity Coefficient in Farm Credit ¬® Linking of Credit with Marketing
Technical Advances in Dairy Science edited by Rekha Rani, Bhopal Singh, Chetan Dharaiya, Hanslal and Araghya Mani can be an excellent help as a reference book in the field of dairy science. The book deals with latest processing techniques including pulse electric field, extrusion, advances in cheese technology, fermented products, membrane technology and developments in packaging technology as well as few novel technologies. It also includes incorporation of herbs, spices, cereals and millets in dairy products, development of herbal dairy products, dairy analogues etc. Marine and whey-based nutraceuticals are also discussed in the book. It also shows the possibilities of utilization of by-products as well as latest preservation techniques for milk and milk products. The current issues such as increasing dairy farmers income and impact of climate change on milk production have also been given due importance.
¬® Butterfly-flower interactions and pollination in some plant species ¬® Pollination and regeneration ecology of four endemic and endangered tropical tree species ¬® Pollen morphological studies of some important medicinal plants of Narsapur forest, Medak District, Andhra Pradesh ¬® Distribution and species composition of bryophytic flora of Punyagiri Hill, Vizianagaram District, Andhra Pradesh, India ¬® Palynodiversity at Gunadalakonda in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh ¬® Random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis to determine genetic relatedness among rice and weed infecting isolates of Magnaporthe grisea ¬® Impact of honeybee pollination in enhancing the apple production in Nainital District of Uttarakhand ¬® A study on interactions of insects with Crotalaria retusa L. (Fabaceae) ¬® Pollinator crisis and food security ¬® Evaluation of antimicrobial and antifungal activities of fourteen Tanzanian algal species ¬® Morphometric analysis, floral rewards and floral calendar of the Asiatic honey bee, Apis cerana in Andhra Pradesh, India
¬®Key to Field Indentification of the Commonest Butterflies
¬®A Key to the Families of Butterfles
¬®Collecting and Preserving
¬®Protection from Enemies
¬®The Danaids (Danaidae)
¬®The Satyrids (Satyridae)
¬®The Amathusiids (Amathusiidae)
¬®The Nymphalids (Nymphalidae)
¬®The Acraeids (Acraeiae)
¬®The Erycinids (Erycinidae)
¬®The Lycaenids, or the Blues (Lycaenidae)
¬®The Papilios, or the Swallowtails (Papilionidae)
¬®The Pierids, or The Whites and Yellows( Pierdae)
¬® The Skippers (Hesperiidae)
Herbals spices are those spices whose vegetative parts are used to flavour the food. There are a large number of such spices which have other uses besides flavouring. The present book on herbal spices authored by V.A. Parthasarathy, Utpala Parthasarathy and K.N. Shiva consists of chapters on various important herbal spices such as Celery, Chervil, and Coriander, Curry leaf, Dill, Fenugreek, Hyssop, Lovage, Mint, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Savory, Sweet Marjoram and Sweet Basil. Each crop is covered under different sections such as Introduction, Area and production, Composition and uses; History and origin; Botany, Classification and varieties; Genetics and breeding; Biotechnology, Soil and climate; Cultivation, Pests and diseases, Post harvest technology and value addition; and Economics and marketing.
The authors have wide experience in spices. The senior author Dr.V.A. Parthasarathy is a very prolific writer and a well known horticultural scientist and a spice researcher. He has authored over 35 books on horticulture and biotechnology. He authored over 180 research papers and contributed over 100 invited chapters. Dr. Parthasarathy and Dr.Utpala Parthasarathy have edited jointly two volumes on spice crop which were published by Today and Tomorrow?s Printers and Publishers.
This book would be of great use to all spice researchers, students of horticulture, plantation crops and spices besides those interested in growing them. This would be a valuable reference book for researchers, Post graduate students in Plantation crops and spices and also for the ARS examination.
The book discuses the curricula and syllabi of B.Tech. (Biotechnology), recommended by the ICAR and by the Department of Biotechnology of the Government of India. It covers syllabi based largely on the molecular biology and biotechnology course taught by the authors to undergraduate and post graduate students of biotechnology. The material provided in book is quite extensive and found in library reference books, scientific journals and on web. The students and professors, however, find useful to have a textbook giving details on basic, technical and applied aspects of the subject comprehensively. The self explanatory diagrams with web links in beneath help the reader in easy understanding of book contents.
The book is must for basic understanding of the subject and provide orientation to the students for future work.
This book ‚ÄúArecanut‚ÄĚ has come up on a right time when arecanut has been allegedly associated with the ill-effects of human health despite having the rich history of medicinal properties and scientific evidences supporting the health benefits. Authors have dispelled the myths surrounding the use of arecanut and highlighted the economic and health benefits. The book also delves into all the crop management strategies and processing techniques, and economic aspects making it an appropriate ready-reckoner for cultivators, researchers, students, plantation managers, medical practioners and the policy makers alike.