¬® Tools For Detecting Spatial Pattern
¬® Spatial Autocorrelation
¬® Methods of Edge Correction
¬® Factors Affecting Spatial Distribution
¬® Consequences of Spatial Patterns
¬® Question Need to Be Solved
¬® Circadian atmospheric pollen incidence of Ixora arborea Roxb. Ex Sm. with reference to floral biology ¬® Floral biology, pollination, fruiting aspects and importance of some herbaceous weeds of Amaranthaceae family ¬® Role of honeybees in oilseed production ¬® Apiculture development in India with special reference to Jammu & Kashmir ‚ÄĒ challenges and opportunities ¬® Role of pollination in Pulses ¬® A comparative palynological study of Korba and Bilaspur cities of Chhattisgarh State ¬® Morphometric analysis, floral rewards and floral calendar of the dwarf honey bee, Apis florea F. in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India ¬® Beekeeping and sustainable development in the twenty-first century ¬® Reproductive biology of Impatiens grandis (Balsaminaceae) - An endemic balsam of Southern Western Ghats
Contents: Chapter 1-1599-1767,2- 1767-1796,3- 1797-1814,4- 1814-1824,5- 1824-1838,6- 1838-1845,7- 1845-1857,8- 1857-1861,9- 1862-1879,10- 1878-1881,11- 1882-1890,12- 1891-1895, Appendix A chronological list of the corps of the Bengal Army, showing particulars of their origin, and their subsequent history, Existing corps of the Bengal army,showing dates of raising and changes in their titles,Commanders-in-chief of the Bengal army,Chronological list of the services of the Bengal native army, Index.
Contents: Preface,Resistance to spread: dynamic aspects of defence mechanisms,A Wound healing,B Physico-chemical barricade formation,C Hypersensitive reaction,D Phytoalexin production, E Accumulation of phenolics and related toxic substances, II Induced and acquired resistance, III Summing-Up, References.
On the auspicious occasion of Indian Science Congress 16 to 20 March 2018, we are pleased and privileged to dedicate this book to the endeavors of biodiversity Governance of India.
As we all know India is very rich in biodiversity however unsustainable harvesting and illegal exploitation of large number of highly precious plants in India has raised a serious issue on the existence of hundreds of endemic plants and animals. Literally hundreds of books, articles, and reports were written and scores of symposia, workshops, meeting and seminars were organized to publicize the fact that the Earth‚Äôs biological diversity was decreasing. Locally and internationally financed programs to conserve biodiversity were implemented. To promise these new efforts, however is tempered by the reality of the situation. The successes and failure of conservation efforts over the last decade have demonstrated that the erosion of biological diversity can be stopped only through novel and complex mixtures of economic, social and political actions based on a sound knowledge of ecosystems, including the role of the people who live there. Although we know a great deal about the causes of biodiversity lose, we are only beginning to understand how to formulate development strategies that are based on and simultaneously conserve biological diversity. Most people want to protect wild life and natural resources but do not know how best to act. At the same time there is a great urgency to act.
We are thankful to all the authors and other contributors for giving their valuable time and data. They are responsible for the work presented in the paper and if any plagiarism question arises they are answerable. The 1st author or corresponded author has to take responsibility. The editors are not responsible for above issues. We are thankful to ISCA, Kolkata, ISCA President, General Secretaries , ISCA Executive Committee Members, and office bearers of the Indian Science Congress held at Manipur University, Imphal, Manipur from March 16 to 20, 2018 for encouraging us to hold symposium with focal themes, ‚ÄúREACHING THE UNRECAHED‚ÄĚ. We extend our sincere thanks to all contributors who have contributed their articles for publications in these proceedings.
This book will be very useful for researchers, scientists, students and all such entrepreneurs who are working in the field of public health.
¬® Biodiversity in India: An introduction ¬®Biodiversity information in India: Status and future scope ¬® Floristic diversity of Nagaland, northeast India ‚Äď An overview ¬® Rapid plant diversity assessment in Uttarakhand ¬® Changes in liana diversity over a decade in Indian tropical dry evergreen forests ¬® Changes in plant diversity along disturbance gradient in a dry tropical region, India ¬® Plant diversity change along disturbance gradient in Mizoram, northeast India ¬® Changes in plant species composition, biomass structure and allocation pattern in a peri-urban region in tropical India ¬® Diversity of pollen morphological characters in Acer Linnaeus (Sapindaceae) from Darjiling and Sikkim Himalayas ¬® Diversity in reproductive phenology of Indian dry tropical forest trees ¬® Diversity of leaf deciduousness in important trees of dry tropical forest, India ¬® Regeneration status of Melocanna baccifera (Bambusaseae) after gregarious flowering in Assam, India ¬® Plant species diversity and its utilization pattern in homegardens of Mizo community, North-East India ¬® Diversity of medicinally important weeds in a sub-urban town of West Bengal, India ¬® Diversity of forest resource and its utilization in Balasore district of Odisha ¬® Microbial diversity in the lower belt of eastern Himalaya ¬†¬® An overview on fungal diversity in North East India: options for research and development ¬® Diversity of micro-fungi on decaying leaves of Alnus nepalensis and Castanopsis hystrix in subtropical plantation forests of Manipur, North East India ¬® Variations in soil physico-chemical properties of different traditional homegardens of Mizoram, Northeast India ¬® The nature and function of traditional homegardens in Assam, Northeast India: A review ¬® Advancements in PCR based molecular markers and its application in biodiversity conservation ¬® Diversity of medicinal plants and their conservation in Darjeeling Hills, Eastern Himalayas, India ¬® Biodiversity conservation in agro-ecosystem for future food security ¬® Mainstreaming traditional knowledge and ethno-veterinary practices among tribes of Chhattisgarh: Issues and challenges ¬® Conservation of threatened potential ethnic herbal species of Ericaceae from Naga hills, India ¬® Biodiversity in India: A synthesis