Contents: Preface, Introduction- Scope of Palynological science, pollen morphology of Heteromerae a review, taxonomical notes, scope of the present investigation, Material and Methods- Technique of pollen preparation, taxonomic arrangement and presentation of data, illustrations and photographs, Pollen Morphology of Ericales- Vacciniaceae, ericaceae, Monotropaceae, Epacridaceae, Diapensiaceae, Pollen Morphology of Primulales- Plumbaginaceae, Primulaceae, Myrsinaceae, Pollen Morphology of Ebenales- Saporaceae, ebenaceae, styracaceae, General discussion- Significance of pollen morphology, pollen morphology and plant taxonomy, evolutionary considerations, References, Text-figures, Microphotographs, Index
Contents: List of contributors, Preface, Section 1 Ecology of phytopathogenic bacteria, Section 2 Control of phytopathogenic bacteria, Section 3 Genetics of phytopathogenic bacteria, Section 4 Special topics in phytobacteriology.
¬® Mapping of Indian Locations for Concentrated Solar Thermal applications based on Ground measured Irradiation Data
¬®Solar Passive Architecture: An opportunity to design better
¬®Solar Sorption Refrigeration and Air conditioning
¬®Solar Thermal Energy Storage: A Review on Latent Heat Storage Materials and Applications
¬®Resources Assessments & Thermodynamics analysis of Hybrid Biomass-Solar Thermal Power Plant in India
¬®Solar Thermoelectric Cooling: Thermodyna-mic Modelling
Renewable Energy Education
¬® Skill Development Initiatives, Status, Programs & Progress in Renewable Energy in India
¬® Status of Renewable Energy Education at University Level in India
¬® Renewable Energy Awareness Programme and its Methodology
¬® Entrepreneurship Development in the Field of Solar Photovoltaics
¬® Activities on Renewable Energy for School Children
¬® Evolution of Renewable Energy Policy in India ¬® Renewable Energy in India ‚Äď Policy, Progress and Roadmap ¬® Renewable Energy Policies, Schemes and Incentives ¬® Renewable Energy Policy and Finance in India ¬® Shifting the Narrative Towards Mainstreaming Clean Energy in India‚Äôs Power Mix ¬® Mainstreaming Renewable Energy in Indian electricity system: Sustaina-bility and Policy Imperatives ¬® Policies for Hydropower development in India ¬® Accelerating Energy Efficiency in India ¬®Informing the international negotiations on climate: Benchmarking of India‚Äôs national contributions post COP-21
¬® 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
Contents: Foreword, note by editors, Speeches delivered at the presentation,An appreciation,On certain aspects of the study of the structure and development of the earth's crust and the upper mantle,Submarine ridges as a key to the pattern of the motion of continents since triassic time, Continental accretion and the evolution of North America, Epeirogeny, The geological map- an historical essay,Thoughts about an expanding globe,Polar wandering or continental drif? Island arcs with special reference to s.E. Asia (reprinted),The structure of India (reprinted),Elements in the classification of the late glacial quaternary of mid Western North America,On some anomalous bouguer gravity anomalies in India, Hidden ridges in the indo-gangetic plains, Recent studeies on elastic properties of some Indian rocks, Seismic wave velocity measurement (Ultrasonic) i boring cores from volcano Mihera-yama, Oshima,Japan,Use of broad, regional magnetic anomalies i studies of the deep crust, The chemical history of the earth, Aluminian augite and bronzite in alkali olivine basalt from takasima, North Kyusyu,Japan,Manganese oxide minerals VIII hollandite,Distribution of MNO between co-existing llmenite and magnetite,Recent studies on the phase equilibrium relation of manganese minerals and their implications on the mineralogenetic trend of natural ore deposits, Studies of the lithium contents of Indian rocks and minerals, Manganapatite from tirodi,Balaghat district,The swedish kimberlites and a comparison with some South African and Russian rocks,Rodingitic assemblages in fetlar,shetland Islands,Scotland,A pyroxene granulite from Hittero,Southwest Norway,A comparative survey of four tholeiitic magma provinces,Petrochemistry and petrogenesis of the British tertiary igneous province,Structural and stratigraphic environment of granitic plutons in esmeralda county,nevada,On the classification and correlation of the ancient schistose formation of peninsular India- a review,Studies on the areal composition variations in the Bahalda road Granodiorite, Mayurbhanj,Petrochemistry of the lavas of pavagad hill, gujarat,Garnets and metamorphism,Criteria based on textual features to infer replacement origin of plutonic rocks with special reference to the sequence hornblendeplagioclase-potash feldspar,Metallogenic provinces,The amba dongar fluorspar deposit: a unique example of mineralisation related to deccan volcanism,Non ferrous metals trends, The origin of the bauxite deposits of Gujarat,India, Origin of the heavy mineral beach sand deposits of the Southwest coast of India,Growing use of minerals,Somes aspects of recent palaeobotanical research in India- a geologist's review.
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: Prastavana,A review,Introduction to the first Hindi edition,Chapter I Mahavira and Buddha,Chapter II Contemporary Religious Teachers,Chapter III Gosalaka, Chapter IV Chronology,Chapter V Previous Births,Chapter VI Birth and Initiation,Chapter VII Spiritual Exertions,Chapter VIII Hardship and Forbearance,Chapter IX Omniscience and Enlightenment,Chapter X The Monastic Order and Its Expansion,Chapter XI Monks and Nuns,Chapter XII Leading Followers(Upasakas),Chapter XIII Defiant disciples,Chapter XIV Follower Kings,XV Liberation,Chapter XVI Wanderings and Monsoon Camps,Chapter XVII The Niganthas and Nigantha Nataputta In The Tripitakas,Chapter XVIII Codes and Books On Conduct And Discipline,Appendix I, Appendix II, Literary Gems By The Same Author.
¬® AGROMICROBES : AN OVERVIEW ¬® SIGNAL MOLECULES IN LEGUME-RHIZOBIUM SYMBIOSIS ¬® RHIZOBIUM - LEGUME INTERACTION: A TWO WAY MOLECULAR CONVERSATION ¬® POTENTIALS AND PROSPECTS OF RHIZOBIUM BIOFERTILISER ¬® INOCULATION OF Rhizobium/ Azorhizobium CAUUNODANS IN Sesbani A SPECIES ¬® Azospirillum - CURRENT STATUS ¬® SYSTEMATICS TAXONOMY AND PHYLOGENY OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI - AN OVERVIEW ¬® MYCORRHIZAL TECHNOLOGY IN FORESTRY AND AGRICULTURE ¬® PHOSPHATE SOLUBILISING MICROORGANISMS - AN OVERVIEW ¬® BASIC AND APPLIED STUDIES OF THE AZOLLA-ANABAENA SYMBIOSIS ¬® CYANOBACTERIA - A POTENTIAL BIO-NITROGEN SOURCE IN INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR RICE CROPS. ¬® RECLAMATION OF SALT AFFECTED SOIL THROUGH SALT SCAVENGING SYANOBACTERIA ¬® ANOXYGENIC PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIA AND THEIR ROLE IN SOIL NUTRIENT CYCLES ¬® SIGNIFICANCE (OF MICROBIAL INOCULANTS IN ORGANIC MATTER DECOMPOSITION ¬® PRODUCTS OF TRICHODERMA VIRIDE AND BACIUU8 SUBTILIS FOR BIOCONTROL OF MACROPHOMINA PHASEOLINA IN PULSES AND OILSEEDS ¬® TRICHODERMA SPECIES AS MICROBIAL SUPPRESSIVE AGENTS OF PLANT PATHOGENS ¬® HYDROGEN METABOLIZING MICROORGANISMS AND THEIR. ROLE IN SOIL FERTILITY ¬® EDIBLE MUSHROOM FUNGI AND THEIR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS