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Literary criticism during restoration. 2.
The Augustan age: Defoe, Swift, Pope. 3.
Poetry from Thomson to Crabbe. 4.
Eighteenth-century philosophical, historical, and critical prose, and miscellaneous writing. 5.
Scottish literature from Allan Ramasay to Walter Scott. "English literature refers to the literature written in English language by writers not necessarily from England and it is as diverse as the varieties and dialects of English spoken around the world.
Traversing the periods from Middle Ages, Early Modern (Renaissance), Jacobean, Caroline and Cromwellian, Restoration, Augustan, Romanticism, Victorian, Modernism to post-modernisms, English literature flourished on many themes and styles suiting the particular period. As such English literature has encompassed within it changes that each of the periods has evolved and has become prosperous.
"A Hand Book of Literary Criticism in English" makes an in-depth analysis and critical evaluation of the works of many stalwarts of English literature during restoration, Augustan and eighteenth century. In this(less)
Nuclear chemistry. 2.
Inorganic chemistry in aqueous media. 3.
Quantum theory and atomic structure. 4.
Inorganic chemistry in non-aqueous media. 5.
Carbon, silicon, germanium, tin and lead. 6.
Boron, aluminium, gallium, indium and thallium. 7.
Beryllium, magnesium and the alkaline earth metals. 8.
Alkali metals. 9.
Structure and energetics of inorganic solids. "Today our understanding of chemical bonding, molecular reactivities, and various other fundamental chemical problems rests heavily on our knowledge of the detailed behaviour of electrons in atoms and molecules.
This book describes in detail some of the basic principles, methods and results of quantum chemistry that lead to our understanding of electron behaviour. The basic aspects of inorganic chemistry are presented significantly in this book.
Many applications and practical problems are described. The order of the techniques included is conventional and would be liked by students.
The chapters have been arranged in a conventional way, as it may(less)
General: 1. Units and measurements.
2. pH and Buffer.
II. Biotechnology and biochemistry: 1.
Qualitative analysis. 2.
Quantitative tests for biomolecules. 3.
Plant tissue culture. 4.
Microbiology: 1. Microbiology.
2. Methods of obtaining pure culture of microorganism.
3. Maintenance of pure culture.
IV. Environmental science: 1.
Soil analysis. 2.
Water analysis. 3.
Plant analysis. "The subjects Biotechnology, biochemistry, microbiology and environmental sciences are well known for their scientific development and their application in daily life.
This book is an attempt to compile all important practical manual of these subjects and also make available some basic and general information about experiment. This book is expected to be very valuable for the students of inter disciplinary areas like environmental biotechnology, environmental biochemistry, and environmental science.
This book contains four sections encompassing major aspects of science practical and manual. Section A gives glimpse on basics of research i.
e. measurement of units and making(less)
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2. Medicinal value of mushrooms.
3. Advantages of mushrooms.
4. Poisonous mushrooms.
5. Morphology of common edible mushrooms.
6. Common edible mushrooms of India.
7. Where and when to go mushrooming.
8. How to collect and identity fungi.
9. Classification of fungi - a brief survey.
10. Delicious recipes of mushroom.
11. Chemical composition, anti-nutritional factors and shelf-life of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus).
12. Composition and food value of sclerotium (OSU) and edible mushroom (Pleurotus Tuber-regium).
13. Osmotic dehydration characteristics of button mushrooms.
14. Effect of modified atmosphere packaging on low molecular weight carbohydrates of oyster mushrooms.
15. Mushroom cultivation.
16. Cultivation of white button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus).
17. Cultivation of agaricus bitorquis.
18. Cultivation of paddy straw mushroom (Volvariella Spp.
Cultivation of pleurotus spp. 20.
Cultivation of stropharia rugoso annulata. 21.
Cultivation of auricularia spp. (Jew's ear).
22. Cultivation of flammulina velutipes.
23. Cultivation of pholiota(less)
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2. Abies spectabilis.
3. Abroma augusta.
4. Abrus precatorius.
5. Abutilon indicum.
Bacopa monnieri. 7.
Baliospermum montanum. 8.
Bambusa arundinacea. 9.
Barleria cristata. 10.
Bauhinia purpurea. .
11. Caesalpinia bonduc.
12. Calotropis gigantea.
13. Camellia kissi.
14. Canarium strictum.
15. Cannabis sativa.
Datura metel. 17.
Dactyloctenium aegyptium. 18.
Delphinium altissimum. 19.
Dendrobium densiflorum. 20.
Derris robusta. .
21. Eclipta alba.
22. Elaeocarpus sphaericus.
23. Elaeocarpus ganitrus.
24. Elephantopus scaber.
25. Embelia ribes.
Fagopyrum cymosum. 27.
Ferula assafoetida. 28.
Ferula narthex. 29.
Ficus benghalensis. 30.
Ficus hispida. .
31. Garcinia cowa.
32. Garcinia kydia.
33. Garcinia pictoria.
34. Garcinia pedunculata.
35. Garcinia xanthocymus.
Hedera nepalense. 37.
Hedychium coronarium. 38.
Hedychium gracile. 39.
Hedychium spicatum. 40.
Hedychium stenopetalum. .
41. Ichnocarpus frutescens.
42. Illicium griffithii.
43. Indigofera tinctoria.
44. Ixora accuminata.
45. Jasminam sambac.
46. Jasticia vasculosa.
47. Jatropha curcas.
48. Jussica suffruticosa.
Appendix. English index.
Index. "In this volume the author has recorded the results of his minute observations of a vast variety of vertebrates, classed as mammals -- the carefree denizens of the dense forests and woodlands which clothed the hills, the plains and the mountains of India nearly a century ago.
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2. Uses and application.
4. Types of nanotechnology.
5. Nano fabrication.
6. Mems nanotech.
7. Carbon Nanotubes.
8. Quantum nanoscience.
9. Nanophotonics and nanooptics.
10. Molecular manufacturing.
11. Nanotechnology and molecular nanotechnology.
13. A perspective on nanotechnology.
14. Some budding nanotechfields.
15. Prominent nanotechnologists.
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It is a highly multidisciplinary field, drawing from fields such as applied physics, materials science, colloidal science, device physics, supramolecular chemistry, and even mechanical and electrical engineering. Nanotechnology can be seen as an extension of existing sciences into the nanoscale, or as a recasting of existing sciences using a newer, more modern term.
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