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.
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¬® 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
Contents: Foreword,Preface,Introduction,History of the code of botanical nomenclature,Polynomial and binomial systems,Broad outline of leningrad code(1978),Main divisions of the international code of botanical nomenclature(1978),Ranks and nomenclature of taxa,Definitions,The type method or typification,Guide for the determination of types,Priority,Effective and valid publication,Citation of author's names and of literature and general recommendations on citation,Retention of names or epithets of taxa,Choice of names,Rejection of names and epithets,Orthography of names and epithets,How to describe a new genus/species,Nomina conservanda,Some important dates in botanical nomenclature,International association for plant taxonomy(IAPT),Teaching of botanical nomenclature through practical application,Exercise,Literature,Glossary cum index.
Contents: Preface,Technical introduction,Introduction and definitions,The various aspects of morphology,Comparative morphology and the Bauplan(type) concept,Interpretative morphology-a separate subdiscipline? Morphological equivalence or homology and forms of ahomology,Some application and possible misapplications of the criteria of homology and of the morphological type method,The silent application of unsettled and premature morphological deductions in other branches of biology,Morphology and development,Morphology and genetics,Relations between morphology and other disciplines,Miscellaneous items,Morphological notions in perspective of approaches to botanical to botanical classification, Morphology,Paleobotany and phylogeny,Future development,Appendix,Glossary,Bibliography,Indices