¬® Introduction ¬® Bast fibre crops : Their Types and Details in Brief ¬® Diseases of Jute ¬® Diseases of Mesta ¬® Diseases of Sunnhemp ¬® Diseases of Ramie ¬® Diseases of Flax ¬® Diseases of Congo jute ¬® Host : Pathogen Interaction in Bast Fibre Crops ¬® Biological Control of Diseases of Bast Fibre Crops ¬® Integrated Pest Management in Bast Fibre Crops ¬® Phanerogamic Parasite in Bast Fibre Crops ¬® Non-parasitic Diseases in Bast Fibre Crops ¬® Disease of Unknown Etiology ¬® Biotechnolgy in Disease Management of Bast Fibre Crops ¬® Literature Cited ¬® Abbreviations
¬® Introduction ¬® Rice necrosis mosaic virus(RNMV) and its bio-physical characterization¬® RNMV- Host-dependent reaction reversibility¬® Existence of virus in inoculated fibre crop plants¬® RNMV ‚Äď fibre plant interaction and metabolic changes ¬® Agronomic and Economic Package for Energized Jute
Eultivation : On- and Off-farm practices under different agro-ecologies ¬® RNMV-interaction with other crops and changes in biochemical properties ¬® Executive summary ¬® Conclusion ¬® Strategic steps in need ¬® Literature cited ¬® Abbreviations ¬® Subject index
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.
¬® Theory of Atomic and Molecular Orbitals ¬® Molecular Orbital Theory ¬® Linear Combination of Atomic Orbitals and Valence Bond Theory ¬® Resonance Structures ¬® Sigma Bonds and Pi Bonds ¬® Electrovalent Bond ¬® Covalent Bond ¬® Van Der Waals Force and Metallic Bond ¬® Molecular Geometry and Shape of Orbitals ¬® Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals and Vsepr Theory ¬® Protein Folding ¬® Protein Denaturation ¬® Molecular Chaperones ¬® Molecular Forces in Relation to Protein Structure ¬® Helices And Turns ¬® Protein ‚Äď Protein Interactions ¬® Protein-Dna Interaction ¬® Dna-Drug Interactions, Metalloproteins and Protein - Ligand Interactions ¬® Interaction of Protein With Lipids and Carbohydrates ¬® Pi‚Ä¶Pi Interaction and C-H‚Ä¶.Pi Interaction ¬® Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy ¬® Infrared Spectroscopy ¬® Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy ¬® Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy
During the last three decades, tremendous growth of population, increase in anthropogenic activities and rapid erosion of natural eco-system has slowly led to the near extinction of many medicinal plants. There is an urgent need of conservation, cultivation and disease management of medicinal plants as the latest Red-list of plants brought out by the World Conservation Union (IUCN) presents a dismal picture of nearly 34,000 species or 12.5% of the world‚Äôs flora facing extinction.
The UGC sponsored National Conference held during 21st‚Äď23rd November, 2016 at TNB College, Bhagalpur in collaboration with PG Dept. of Home Science- Food and Nutrition, TMBU has focussed on urgent issues related to conservation, cultivation, diseases and pharmaceutical importance of medicinal and aromatic plants. In this three-days conference, deliberations made by the scientists on status, cultivation, diseases, pharmaceutical chemistry, constraints in conservation and multiplication of medicinal and aromatic plants, initiative of Govt. of India on quality control and standardization of ayurvedic medicines, opportunities in medicinal plant research, bio-prospecting and bio-piracy have manner, following guidelines of standard research journals with adequate number of tables, figures, graphs and latest references. The latest botanical name, family, local name, english name, distribution, medicinal uses, chemical constituents and herbal preparations and formulations have been provided as a step of value addition to the document to the maximum extent possible.
The present book will prove useful to the research scholars and scientists of the various disciplines in their ongoing research activities.
Animal Science is described as studying the biology of animals that are under the control of humankind. Historically, the degree was called animal husbandry and the animals studied were livestock species, like cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry, and horses. Today, courses available now look at a far broader area to include companion animals like dogs and cats, and many exotic species. This book entitled ‚ÄúRecent trends in Animal Sciences‚ÄĚ consists of 24 chapters. The chapters are mainly focused on the Prevalence of ruminants, economic importance of animal husbandry, newer technology in the food production and disease management 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.