¬® Surveillance And Monitoring Of Animal Diseases: National Perspective ¬® Research Intelligence In Animal Disease Epidemiology ¬® Collection And Despatch Of Clinical Samples For Laboratory Diagnosis Of Animal Diseases ¬® Serum Bank ‚Äď Uitilities And Requirements ¬® Sampling Technique ¬® Sampling Frames ¬® Approaches For Recording Of Disease Outbreakss ¬® Glossary In Epidemiology ¬® Livestock Disease Outbreak Investigation ¬® Disease Informatics ‚Äď Risk Factors, Modeling And Analysis ¬® Measuring Economic Losses Due To Diseases In Livestock And Poultry‚Äď An Overview ¬® Zoonoses At The Human-Animal Interface ¬® International Disease Surveillance And Networking For Emerging Infectious Diseases/Zoonoses ¬® Economic Impact Of Foot-And-Mouth Disease In India ¬® Geographical Information Systems: Concepts ¬® Approaches For Reporting Of Major Haemoprotozoan Diseases Of Domestic Ruminants For Surveillance ¬® Economic Analysis Modules For Animal Disease Impact Assessment ¬® Role Of Vectors In Vector Borne Diseases ¬® Case Studies On Vector Borne Zoonotic Diseases ¬® Animal Disease Information System With Special Reference To Tadinfo
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: Foreword,Preface,Biological anthropology in the service of man,Plant resources and human exploitation:estimation of Eco-balance,Somatoscopic variability among the male Bhoksa Tribals of Nainital district,Distribution of fork-index within the area of finger ball pattern,Anthropology: physical and cultural,Socio-economic changes in a banjara community,The deccan Indian neolithic(chalcolithic) an anthropological explanation,Indian anthropology: retrospect and prospect,Palmar dermatoglyphics in leukaemia patients,Studies on prehistoric potteries from Eastern India,Technical education and the deprived community,Inheritance of palmar creases,Newer perspectives in physical anthropology in India,Scope of statistics in anthropology is clerodendron lectin detecting a new blood factor,Evaluation of genetic polymorphism as a basis of quantitative variation of placental alkaline phosphatase,Blood groups incompatibility and infertility,Social structure and biological manifestations:the approach to understand man,Multi-dimensional development of folk culture as conditioned by environment,Creases in forensic and criminological investigation,Genetic markers and sex ratio,Serum proteins and mental retardation,Enzyme pseudocholinesterase and mental retardation,The new approaches to anthropology: archaeology as anthropology,Ecology and differential selection in man,Statistical methods in genetic anthropology and morpholo,Impact of caste and religion on the deciduous dental eruption in India,Ethnic situation in Island India: an appraisal.
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This Compendium On 'Applied Botany' Being Revised, Corrected And Enlarged Edition Of Perspectives In Botanical Museum Has Been Prepared By The Authors As A Sort Of Encyclopedia On The Subject With Reference To India. It Deals In Ecology (Adaptations, Vegetational Aspects), Evolution With Indian Examples Of Fossils With Their Reconstructional Landscape Of Important Periods, Interesting Floristic Components Of Indian Flora, Men Behind Indian Botany, Numerical Taxonomy Etc.The volume also contains plants affecting different organs of human body,their properties,use in homoepathic and Ayurvedia and Unani medicines besides various uses of plants as gums,resins,fibres,oil,insectisidal plants,plants for furniture,industrial plants as beads,mats,toys,ply works etc.
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¬® Soil Survey and Mapping
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New. pp. xv + 140 + , Figures The publication of this book is a prelude to the Encyclopaedia of Jainism that the Jain Vishva Bharti is going to publish shortly. The treatment is historical and comparative throughout, giving, at the same time, a comprehensive and critical view of the topics selected for exposition. Really speaking the book contains rare and valuable information regarding the monastic order of the Jainas and its value is all the more enhanced when one finds oneself able to appreciate it among other systems of monastic order. The learned writers of this book have made a detailed and comparative survey of the field of study covered by the topic.
Contents: Contributions of Charles Darwin to pollen biology,A cytological evalution of fern taxonomy,An appraisal of the taxonomy of triticum and capsicum,Antiquity of angiosperms,the thalamiflorae-an analysis of pollen morphology,Indian cymonosperms-in time and space,Cytological evolution in the fern family pteridaceac.