Contents: Interaction of the pollen bee, Pithitis binghami with some food plants, Pollination biology of impatiens campanulata wight. (Balsaminaceae), Melissopalynological studies of stingless bee, Trigona iridipennis Smith at Dharwad, Karnataka, Biochemical analysis of different unifloral honey samples collected from north district of Tripura, India, Energetics of Pollen protein content of some plant species in relation to foraging behaviour of honey bees, Foraging behaviour of flower visitors and pollination in leucas aspera (Willd) link, Pollen foraging behaviour of Indian honeybee, apis cerana in diversified floral conditions, Flowering calendar of trees with reference to pollen incidence and density in Agartala, Tripura, Airborne pollen sampling in Tripura University Campus, Tripura, Some advances in remote sensing technology to monitor biodiversity, Comparative incidence of aeromycospora of different parts of agra citi.
Contents: Do biological stress during pollen abortion in CMS lines of pearl miller relates to superoxide dismutase activity-A preliminary investigation, Assessing the influence of sterile cytoplasm of eight CMS lines on amino acid patterns of their anthers in pearl millet, Does open-nesting honeybee species exhibit differential pollen collection?, Spore shedding in marine red algae of the Indian coast: a review, Melissorpalynological studies as and aid in the preparation in nectar calendar, Palynological studies in Lithospermum (Boraginaceae) from Pakistan, Attempts of discriminating eight CMS lines of pearl millet through SEM observations of pollen surface and eight palynological parameters of aceolysed pollen, Airborne spora of aspergillus genus in the airspora of Visakhapatnam, Studies on pollen gathering activity in relation to brood and honey storage in the colonies of apis cerana F., Study of aeropalynology at exhibition grounds, Hyderabad, Airborne spora of cladosporium genus in the airpspora of Visakhapatnam, Milissopalynological investigations in the stingless bee, Trigona iridipennis smith at Dharwad, Karnataka, Two new asterina speries from Kerala, India, Satellite remote sensing in marine biodiversity- an overview, Floral phenology, pollination and pollen-pistil interactions of impatiens phoenicea bedd. from the Southern Western ghats, Holocene evolution of mangrove vegetation at Chandrapur, Chilka Lake, Orssa, India in relation to pollution and anthropogenic impact
Contents: Foreword, Preface, I Introduction and Review of the Previous Work- Morphology of Androecium, Anther development, Pollen Morphology, Pollen Production and Pollen Germination, II Materials and Methods, III Experimental Findings, Anther Development, Pollen Morphology, Pollen Production and Pollen Germination, IV Discussion- Anther Development, Pollen morphology, Pollen Morphoforms and Their Production Relationships in Cucurbitaceae, Pollen Production and Pollen Germination, V Bibliography
Contents: Palynology as a science and its status in the U.S.S.R.- M. Neustadt, 2. Some aspects of pollen physiology- V.R. Dnyansagar, 3. Primitive angiosperms- A preliminary assessment- P.K.K. Nair, 4. On the evolutionary levels in the morphology of pollen and spores- L.A. Kuprianova, 5. Reflections on pollen evolution- F.P. Jonker, 6. Quaternary pollen analysis- Past, Present and Future- K. Faegri, 7. Palynological results and their bearing on the theory of continental displacement- S.I. Saad, 8. Fungal spores- Their role in respiratory allergy- M.K. Agarwal & D.N. Shivpuri, Report Contributions from the palynology lab., at the National Botanic Gardens, Lucknow- A self assessment- P.K.K. Nair & (Mrs.) M. Chaturvedi
Contents: Obitury-Professor Gunnar Erdtman, 1. Contemporary thought in pollen morphology- P.K.K. Nair, 2. Spermatophytes and pre-spermatophytes, ovules and preovules, pollen and prepollen-a comparison of pollen and seed evolution- F.P. Jonker, 3. Palynology of Sewaliks- A.K. Ghose, 4. The grape pollen-Morphology and physiology- G.S. Randhawa & C.P.A. Iyer, 5. Enzymes in pollen development and pollen tube growth- C.P. Malik, 6. Physiology of pollen: pollen enzymes and isoenzymes- C.P. Malik, M.B. Singh, Subash Gupta & Renuka Sood, 7. Palynological highlights of cucurbitaceae- K.R. Ayyangar, 8. Pollination in the service of increaqsing farm production in India- G.B. Deodikar & M.C. suryanarayana, 9. Heterocysts of blue green algae- G.S. Venkataraman, 10. Contribution of spore morphology in the taxonomy of some taxa of ferns- S.S. Bir, 11. Pollen viability, storage, and Germination- B.M. Johri, D.C. Sastri, & S.K.R. Shivanna, Index.
Contents: Introduction, Development- Syncytium and Isolation, Cytoplasmic Reorganization, Physiological and Biochemical studies, Pollen Wall Morphogenesis, Post-tetrad Development, Polarity, Control of Exine Patterning, Role of Tapetum, Tapetal Membrane, Pollen-wall Proteins, Sterility- Cytoplasmic Male Sterility, Factors Involved in Male Sterility, Mechanism of Male Sterility, Environmental Factors, Induced Male Sterility, Viability and Storage- Tests for Viability, Storage, Germination- Germination Requirements, Release of Proteins, Pollen Tube Growth, Chemotropism, RNA and Protein Synthesis, Effect of Metabolic Inhibitors, Pollen Germination in Vivo, Pollen Recognition and Rejection, Concluding Remarks Terature Cited.
Contents: 1. Palynology: A Reverie- K.R. Ayyangar, 2. Advances in palynology and its bearing in Horticultural Research- P.K.K. Nair, 3. Interrelationships of monotyledonous taxa bearing monoaperturate pollen grains- S. Chanda and K. Ghosh, 4. Spore biology of Eusporangiate ferns: An essay- S.C. Verma and S.P. Khullar, 5. Palynology in Stratigraphy with special reference to the Assam Tertiaries- H.P. Singh, 6. Prospects of Palynology in Respect of Human Welfare- P.K.K. Nair, 7. Bibliography on Indian Palynology
Contents: Preface, 1. Isoetes in Rajasthan- A study of spores- D.R. Bhohra, B.D. Sharma and R. Singh, 2. Contributions to the spore morphology of certain polypodiaceous ferns from India- S.S. Bir and Chander K. Satija, 3. Contributions of palynology of angiosperm systematics- V.V. Sivarajan, 4. Studies in the loganiaceae: Pollen grains- A.M. Bendre, 5. Influence of Ethyl methanesulfonate and gamma rays on pollen in turneraa ulmifolia linn var. angustifolia willd- J.L. Tarar and V.R. Dnyansagar, 6. Contributions to the palynomorphology and palynotaxonomy of lauraceae from India- M.C. Suryanarayana and G.B. Deodikar, 7. Effect of different ammonium salts on pollen germination and tube growth in crescentia cujete Linn- S.A. Rahman and G.V. Patil, 8. GA induced pollen germination and tube elongation in abelmoschus esculentus- A.C. Shukla and S.C. Sharma, 9. Melittopalynological studies of sagarmal area (Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India) during monsoon- P.D. Chaubal, 10. Observation on the pollination of Kigelia pinnata D.C. by Bes- E.U.B. reddi, M.S. Reddi and C.S. Reddi, 11. Floral biology and pollination ecology of calendula officinalis L. and Gaillardia pulchelia var. picta foug. (compositae)- G.V. Patil, 12. A study of atmospheric pollen grains of Gauhati- K.N. Bora and H.K. Baruah, 13. Air-spora of Agriculture College field, Nagpur- T.K. Trivedi, S.K. Munshi and S.A. Paradkar, 14. Aero allergenic pollen: at aurangabad- S.T. Tilak and D.B. Vishwe, 15. Pollination calendar of potentially allergenic pollen producing plants of Vijaya wada: Andhra Pradesh- N. Appanna, 16. Air-spora of Bangalore city market and its relation to the occurrence of market diseases- S.B. Sullia and K.R. Khan, 17. Floral calendar of some potentially allergenic plants of Kurukshetra- L.C. Lamba and Parmod Madan, 18. Algal aerospora of Nagpur- Kusum Marathe and K.V.S. Reddy, 19. Aerobiological studies of Bangalore City Part II: A preliminary report- Shripad N. Agashe and Prathibha Vinay, 20. Aerobiological studies at modinagar (U.P.)I. Pollen grains and miscellaneous elements- R.D. Gaur and H.S. Bhati, 21. Palynology of Kanpur trees with special reference to their alergenic significance- A.C. Shukla and S.P. Misra, 22. Pollen productivity and pollen incidence in some potentially allergenic plants of vishakhapatnam- A. Janaki Bai and C. Subba Reddi, 23. Fossil microflora of a new locality from nanded district, maharashtra- S.G. Barlinge and S.A. Paradkar, 24. Addition to the microflora of deccan inter-trappean beds of mahgaon-Kalan- S.A. Paradkar and S.G. Barlinge, 25. Schizaeaceous spores in Situ from the jurassic rock of Rajmahal hills, India- B.D. Sharma and D.R. Bohra, 26. A critical miofloral study of umrer coalfield Nagpur, District, Maharashtra State- D. Sundaram and A. Nandi, Index.