Need to promote fruit cultivation and manage post harvest losses to ensure healthy human life/Arun Arya. 2.
Risk analysis of plant and plant products/M.K.
Prasanna Kumar, K. Murali Mohan, L.
N. Lakshminarayana Reddy and Y.
3. Conventional and non-conventional methods to manage post-harvest diseases of perishables/Neeta Sharma and Abhishek Tripathi.
4. Mango malformation: epidemiology and principles of management/D.
K. Chakrabarti, M.
K. Pandey, Gireesh Chand, Rajesh Kumar, V.
P. Gaur and Kanhaiya Singh.
5. Diseases directly affecting pineapple fruits at field and post-harvest phase/M.
6. Post-harvest diseases of mango and their management/M.
K. Prasanna Kumar, V.
B. Nargund, V.
Venkatravanappa and M.B.
Biological control of crown gall of stone fruits-present status and future strategies/A.K.
Gupta, B. Kamal, K.
Khosla, D. Gupta and R.
8. Post-harvest handling and eco-friendly management of diseases of Litchi chinensis (Gaertn.
) Sonn./Arun Arya and S.
Eco-friendly management of post-harvest diseases of temperate fruits/A.K.
Genome and proteome analysis through World Wide Web: 1. Genomics and proteomics/G.
Baskar Rajan, Irfan A Khan, Atiya Khanum and K. Ganesan.
2. Information resources for genome analysis through World Wide Web/D.
Thangadurai and T. Pullaiah.
II. Sequence analysis of protein and DNA: 3.
Database analysis on protein and DNA/S. Senthilkumar, S.
Kaliamoorthy and S. John Britto.
4. Molecular sequence analysis of proteins/nucleotides/S.
Sudhakaran, V. Sivasankari and K.
P. Renuka Devi.
III. Algorithms : 5.
Genetic algorithms/G. Baskar Rajan, M.
Parthiban, Irfan A Khan and Atiya Khanum. 6.
Computer algorithms/M. Parthiban, S.
Vijayalakshmi, G. Baskar Rajan, Irfan A Khan and Atiya Khanum.
IV. Drug discovery and design in pharmaceutical industry : 7.
Drug discovery and design : application of quantitative structure activity relationship (QSAR) in pharmaceutical industry/Y. Jayaprakash Rao.
"The study of "Bioinformatics" has assumed enormous importance in the past few years and has been the driving force behind the astronomical growth of(less)
The cell. 2.
Mendelian principles. 3.
Chromosome basis of inheritance. 5.
Linkage, recombination and mapping. 6.
Sex determination. 7.
Extranuclear inheritance. 8.
Molecular biology of the gene. 9.
Translation and genetic code. 12.
Regulation of gene expression in microbes. 13.
Regulation of gene expression in eukaryotes. 14.
DNA mutation, repair and detection. 15.
Transposable elements. 16.
Human genetics. 17.
Cancer genetics. 18.
Genetics of cardiovascular diseases. 19.
Biochemical genetics. 21.
Genetic counselling. 24.
Stem cell biology. 26.
Gene therapy. 27.
Origin of life and genome evolution. 28.
Human genome project. 29.
DNA vaccine. 30.
Molecular techniques. Appendix.
"Genetics is the science of heredity that involves the study of structure and function of genes. Applied genetics refers to the study of the involvement of the structure and function of genes in various practical fields.
This book provides(less)
2. Ethical Guidelines for Herbal Drugs in India.
3. Meandering Safety of Natural Health Products.
4. Herbal Drug Research and Therapy--Industry Experience.
5. Pharmacovigilance of Herbal Remedies.
6. Evidence Based Medicine--A Clinical Experience on Ayurveda Medicine.
7. Herb-drug Interactions: A Matter of Great Concern.
8. Herbogenomics: A New Discipline of Herbal Drug Therapy.
9. Biology of Cardiovascular Disease and Herbal Medicines.
10. Ocimum sanctum: Its Role in Cardioprotection in Psychological Stress.
11. Resurgence of Herbals for the Treatment of Hypertension.
12. Advancements in the New Anti-thrombotic Drug Development.
13. Indigenous Knowledge of Medicinal Plant to New Approach for Drug Development: Revisited.
14. Role of Ayurveda in Respiratory Disorders.
15. Cough: Pharmacological Approaches to a Physiological Response.
16. Newer Insights into the Mechanisms of Action of some Herbal Adaptogens.
17. From Ginkgo biloba to a Neuro-Protective and Psycho-active Drug Lead NV-31(less)
2. Cell culture and fermentation technology.
3. Biotechnological approaches to Vaccine Production.
4. Hybridoma Technology.
5. Nucleic Acid probes and hybridization.
6. Gene cloning.
7. Hybridoma Technology.
8. Transgenic animals.
9. DNA Fingerprinting and RFLP in domestic animals.
10. Biotechnology in animal production.
11. Manipulation of Rumen Microorganisms.
12. Polymerase Chain Reaction.
13. Nucleic acid sequencing.
14. Enzyme Technology.
15. Gene Therapy.
16. Biotechnology and medicine.
17. Intellectual Property Rights and Biosafety in Biotechnology.
Index. "Animal Biotechnology is the study of the techniques of manipulating the genetic material to achieve the desired effects in animals.
This book extensively deals with the basics and recent developments in Animal Biotechnology in a simplified manner. The detailed and systematic discussion about each topic with illustrations and examples would help the readers to understand the different aspects of Animal Biotechnology.
The book also covers the Intellectual Property Rights, and biosafety guidelines to be adopted(less)
Rowlatt Act, TADA and POTA – criminal injustice cousins. 2.
Psychology and criminology – a dynamic Nexus and Noetic symbiosis. 3.
Judicial power – a management mess? 4. Fundamental responsibilities of the bar for its survival as in instrument of justice.
5. Gender justice – dimensions and frustrations and the March to the future.
6. Explosive Ambedkar’s vision : a value revolution in society and state.
7. The integral Yoga of democratic governance and guarantee of human rights.
8. Defence of human rights of people of developing countries, against Nuclear Terrorism and GATT-WTO, and emasculation of the United Nations.
9. Nikhil-a lament and a lecture.
10. The Indian judiciary – whose fiduciary? 11.
Crimson coalition of the Bench and the Bar to sentinel environmental justice. 12.
Future shock or paradise regained? 13. Industrial dispute resolution – policy issues and adjudicatory processes.
14. The K.
S. Ardhanareeswara Iyer memorial lecture.
15. Right to Health(less)
Key note address : 1. Contribution of GSI to the geology of coal and lignite basins of India – yesterday, today and tomorrow/S.
II. Invited papers : 2.
Was there a ‘mass extinction’ of plant life at the PTB of peninsular India?/R.S.
Process of coalification in Indian Gondwana basins/N.D.
Exploration techniques, etc : 4. Integrated geoscientific studies for mine planning in complex geological structure – a case history of Hemachandrapuram block/Y.
S. Babu Rao and D.
5. Exploration strategy for changing trends in coal mining methods/D.
6. Lignite exploration in India : present status and future prospects/R.
Hariharan and R. Prabhakar.
IV. Stratigraphy, palaeontology and sedimentology : 7.
Palynological resolution of upper Permian sequence in Talcher coalfield, Orissa, India/Archana Tripathi and D. Bhattacharya.
8. Recent advances in knowledge of nearshore signatures within fluvial Lr.
Gondwana (early Permian ) sequences in parts of Satpura basin, Central India/A.B(less)
Constitution and Dr. Ambedkar.
2. Indian legal systems and Ambedkar.
3. Ambedkar notes on acts and laws.
4. Ambedkar’s quest for distributive justice.
Some parts of the constituent assembly debates make fascinating reading. One is struck by the high quality of the debates and the breadth of vision and farsightedness of the founding fathers.
The contribution of Dr. B.
R. Ambedkar, the principal architect of the constitution, was outstanding.
Article 32 of the constitution guarantees to every person the right to move the Supreme Court directly for enforcement of fundamental rights. It provides an inexpensive and expeditious remedy.
In Ambedkar’s memorable words: ‘If I was asked any particular article in the constitution as the most important -- an article without which this constitution would be a nullity -- I Could not refer to any other article except this one. It is the very soul of the constitution and the very heart(less)
R. Rao and K.
2. Textural attributes in carbonate sands of beach and lagoonal environments, Agatti Atoll, Lakshadweep/M.
G. Hardas, R.
K. Rastogi and J.
3. Seabed sediment distribution within the EEZ off West Coast of India - an appraisal/R.
Ghosh, J. Bhattacharjee, P.
C. Basu and S.
Grain size characteristics and distribution pattern of marine sediments off Karwar Coast, Karnataka State/E.V.
Morphology and sediment characteristics of northern part of trans - Lakshadweep ridge/V.K.
K. Kalluraya, T.
K. Charlu, K.
S. Adiga, E.
V. Nair, N.
S. Lakshimipathi and K.
6. Non-skeletal carbonate sands in parts of western continental shelf of India and their environmental significance/G.
P. Mohapatra, T.
S. Rao and N.
Marine micropalaeontology: 7. Planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy and faunal provinces of late Pleistocene sediments from DSDP sites 214, 237 and 238 Northern Indian Ocean/B.
C. Jaiprakash, A.
K. Guha and C.
Ancient Indian jurisprudence: a deep peep into the distant past. 2.
Venkatarama Sastry Memorial Address: subject: law lofty parameters of a learned profession. 3.
Gandhiji’s burning relevance to Indian society today. 4.
Human rights and human development: integration, not contradiction. 5.
Environmental justice through judicial process: Ratlam to Ramakrishnan. 6.
Empowerment of women: a principled demand for a pragmatic manual. 7.
The future of human rights. 8.
The Indian criminal justice system. 9.
Why a manual on rights of women? 10. Rivers, sands and people’s survival.
11. Secular heritage marred by communal carnage a La Gujarat.
12. Open justice.
13. The child and the law.
14. Palkhivala: a profound appreciation.
15. Activist response of the judicial process to the democratic demand for access to justice.
16. Ivory Tower.
17. People’s commission on perversion of our patent law.
G. Noorani miscellany.
19. Minority rights: myths or reality.
20. Freedom beyond bars(less)
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The Kushan kings played an important part in the ancient history of India and Central Asia, worthy contemporaries of the three great world powers of the early centuries of the first millennium AD, the Roman Empire, the Han Empire of China and the Arsacid and Sasanian Empires of Iran. During the first four centuries of the millennium, they controlled a vital space between these empires, acting the role of entrepreneurs in international trade and restoring unified rule to northern India.
Their patronage of Buddhism enabled it to spread through Central Asia into China. However, in spite of their importance, very little information of their activities has survived into the modern period.
This volume is an outcome of the International Seminar entitled, 'Kushan Glory and Its Contemporary Challenges', which was organized by the Bharat Kala Bhavan, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (India), between October 3 and 5, 2008. Most of the papers were presented in the seminar but there are a few which were invited.
Inclusion of these were intended to fill the gaps, in the otherwise holistic format of this volume. The 21 contributions of the volume are placed in seven distinct sections covering different themes, viz.
, (i) Discoveries: Old and Recent; (ii) Hegemony: Kushan Empire and Out-posts; (iii) Chronology and Succession; (iv) Policies and Patronage: Kushan Religion; (v) Architecture and Settlement: Kushan Archaeology; (vi) Art Expressions: Kushan Portraits and Compositions; (vii) Expansion and Continuity: Kushan Styles and Techniques. This strikingly illustrated volume is a significant contribution to the field of Kushan studies and is valuable for students and scholars of history(less)
Foundation of Sikhism and the Sikh Community: 1. The Life of Guru Nanak.
2. The Faith of Guru Nanak.
3. Evolution and Transformation of the Sikh Panth.
4. The Khalsa Rahit and Doctrines.
II. Identity and Social Order: 5.
The Early Sikh Identity. 6.
The Khalsa Identity. 7.
Equality, Caste and Gender. III.
Interpreting the Singh Sabha Movement: 8. Ham Hindu Nahin.
9. The Issue of Martydrom.
IV. The Sacred Texts: 10.
The Kartarpur Pothi. 11.
The Guru Granth and the Dasam Granth. V.
Methodology for Religious/Studies: 12. The Historical Method and Sikh Studies.
Index. Sikh studies in recent decades have been marked by a prolonged controversy involving most of the basic issues related to the Sikh tradition: the life of Guru Nanak and the Janamsakhis, the teachings of Guru Nank, the nature of his faith, and his status in the history of religion, evolution of the Sikh community and its(less)
1. Equal protection of the law: the Malaysian experience/Nik Ahmad Kamal Nik Mahmod.
2. Origin of untouchability: efforts to separate fact from fiction/K.
3. Regeneration vs.
reservation: a Dalit struggle in India/Rahul Deepankar. 4.
Caste system: a major impediment to the development of Dalits in India/M.N.
Uniform civil code and judicial activism: Muslim Personal Law perspective/M. Shabbir.
6. Annihilation of caste: one more look/L.
Jawahar Nesan. 7.
Dr. Ambedkar's vision of a just society/James Massey.
8. Constitution, law and social justice: Dr.
Macro impacts of reservation policy: some observations/C.R.
Prasad Rao. 10.
Constitution, law and justice: Ambedkar's perspective/Prakash Louis. 11.
Constitutional justice: Ambedkar's perspective/D.S.
Prakasa Rao. 12.
R. Ambedkar: his approach towards human rights/M.
13. Constitution and Dr.
Ambedkar's vision for social change/Suresh Mane. 14.
Backward classes, Dalits and the digital divides/Abdul Matin. 15.
Dr. Ambedkar and social justice: observatory remarks/Usha Kapoor.
2. Geodynamic setting of the Central Indian tectonic zone in Central, Eastern and Northeastern India/S.
3. Role of geology in national development/P.
Geological information system in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh/S.S.
Sinha, S. Chakraborti, A.
K. Huin and G.
5. Present status of mineral resources in the country, future perspective and opportunities/Anupendu Gupta, Gautam Mukhopadhyay and Balaram Chattopadhyay.
6. Coal resources of India and future perspectives with focus on Central Indian coalfields/A.
B. Dutt, R.
K. Datta and R.
7. Airborne geophysical surveys by Geological Survey of India-an update/S.
Krishna Rao and H.M.
Role of minerals in the industrial and economic growth of the country/K.S.
New approach for exploration of atomic minerals and contribution in national development/A.K.
Strategy of mineral exploration—post liberalisation era/S.B.
11. Palaeoenvironments of(less)
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