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.
Naik and G.S.
Devika Rani Edited by M K Naik and G S Devika Rani Vedams Books 8189422812 Accountancy Audit Afghanistan AIDS Amitabh Bachchan Animal Science Poultry, Cattle Camel Cattle and Dairy Farming Poultry Zoological Survey of India Publication Anthropology and Sociology Anthropological Survey of India Publications Architecture Vastu Arts of India Archaeology Mohenjodaro/Harappa/Indus Valley Civilization Art History Buddhist Art Mandalas Painting Pahari Rock Art Sculpture Textiles Art Astrology Palmistry Astronomy Ayurveda Bangladesh Bhutan Biographies and Memoirs Botanical Sciences Agronomy Algae Aromatic Plants Bamboo Biodiversity Botanical Survey of India Publications Ethnobotany/Medicinal Plants Floras of India Forestry Fungi/Mosses Herbs Horticulture Grape Mango Mushrooms Jatropha Mangroves Orchids Organic Farming Plant Science Teak Buddhism Central Asian Studies Children Christianity Cinema/Films Cricket Cuisine Dalits Dance and Performing Arts Bharatanatyam Kathak Kathakali Theatre Demography Dictionaries/Glossaries Ecology/Environment Economics/Dev Studies Education Distance Education English Literature Indian Fiction Entomology Geography Climatology Geological Sciences Geological Survey(less)
Methods of studying plant diseases. 3.
Symptoms of plant diseases. 4.
Pathogens attacking plants. 5.
Pathogen, soil and host relationship. 6.
Abiotic factors and plant diseases. 7.
Autonomous dispersal. 8.
Dispersal by air and water. 9.
Dispersal by animals. Vol.
10. Fungitoxicity in plants.
11. Effect of nematocides.
12. Cultural practices in disease control.
13. Defences in plants.
14. Physical and chemotherapeutic action.
15. Producing diseases free plants.
"This textbook in two volumes has been intended primarily for the students in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in plant diseases. It fulfill not only the need of the students to find literature on the diseases and other pathological conditions difficult to obtain and access, but also provide complete systematic treatment of the subject from their point of view.
Arrangement of chapters and topics is such that it is easily followed by the students. The text matter is clear(less)
Vegetables: 1. Fungal diseases of potato/B.
P. Singh and Vinayak Hegde.
2. Bacterial diseases of potato in India/G.
S. Shekhawat, A.
V. Gadewar and S.
3. Virus and Virus-like diseases of potato and their control/S.
M. Paul Khurana.
4. Fungal and bacterial diseases of tomato/K.
R. Shyam and S.
5. Viruses infecting tomato and their management/S.
C. Chowfla, P.
K. Sharma and P.
6. Fungal and bacterial diseases of crucifers/K.
7. Fungal and bacterial diseases of cucurbits/Bineeta Sen, Shahana Majumder and Sanjeev Kumar.
8. Viral diseases of cucurbitaceous crops and their management/S.
S. Cheema, S.
S. Kang and R.
9. Pea diseases and their management/A.
S. Kapoor and A.
Fungal and bacterial diseases of beans/S.K.
Gupta and K.A.
Virus diseases of French bean/S.C.
Chowfla, Dharmesh Gupta and Anil Handa. 12.
Fungal diseases of onion and Garlic in India/R.C.
Sharma and Sanjeev Sharma. 13.
Bacterial and fungal diseases of chillies and bell pepper/Satish K(less)
Scab of apples. 2.
Blotch of apples. 3.
Bitter rot of apples. 4.
Rust diseases of apple. 5.
Sooty blotch and fly speck. 6.
Powdery mildew on apples. 7.
Stony pit of pears. 8.
Scab on the pear. 9.
Fire blight of pears in California. 10.
Phony peach and peach mosaic. 11.
Brown rot of peach. 12.
Scab or black spot on peach. 13.
Bacterial spot of peach. 14.
Anthracnose of peach. 15.
Cherry leaf spot. 16.
Two root rots of fruit trees. 17.
Coryneum blight of stone fruits.18.
Root rots in the east. 19.
Virus diseases of stone fruits. 20.
Bacterial canker of stone fruits. 21.
The tristeza disease of citrus. 22.
Foot rot of citrus trees. 23.
Virus diseases of citrus fruits. 24.
Virus diseases of grapevines. 25.
Ills of the American Bunch grapes. 26.
Red stele disease of strawberry. 27.
Virus diseases of the strawberry. 28.
Diseases of berries(less)
2. Digestive diseases: i.
Anorexia, constipation. ii.
Cholera, diarrhea and dysentery. iii.
Dyspepsia, gastritis. iv.
Hyperacidity, intestinal worms. v.
Peptic ulcer, piles, sprue. vi.
Ulcerative colitis, vomiting. 3.
Ayurvedic medicines. 4.
Herbal medicines. 5.
Yoga therapy. 6.
Herbs name. 7.
Glossary and illustrations. Index.
"This book provides in-depth knowledge of skin diseases and its treatment through Ayurvedic and herbal medicines. The important aspect of this book is that it takes care to give detail description of the herbs available in India and western countries.
Hence the readers in India and western countries will find this book interesting and valuable in curing the problems of skin diseases. More than 40 herbs are used in this book on the basis of their therapeutic value.
It also includes Yoga therapies that are relevant in skin diseases. It is written in simple language avoiding as far as possible difficult terms.
Diseases caused by Fungi: 1. Powdery mildew.
4. Sooty mould.
5. Black mildew.
7. Black banded.
8. Phoma blight.
9. Phoma leaf spot.
10. Pink disease.
11. Grey blight.
13. Alternaria leaf spot.
14. Phytophthora blight.
16. Sclerotium rot.
17. Root rot and damping off.
18. Stigmina leaf spot.
20. Black root rot.
21. Angular leaf spot.
22. Mango malformation.
II. Disease caused by bacteria: 23.
Bacterial canker. III.
Diseases caused by algae and lichens: 24. Red Rust.
IV. Phanerogamic parasites and epiphytes: 26.
Phanerogamic parasites. 27.
Physiological diseases/disorders: 28. Black tip.
29. Soft nose.
30. Spongy tissue.
VI. Nutritional deficiency: 31.
Internal necrosis. 32.
Zinc deficiency. 33.
Copper deficiency. 34.
Mango decline. 35.
Salt injury. VII.
Diseases of unknown etiology: 36. Stem bleeding.
37. Bark cracking.
38. Bark scaling.
39. Woody gall.
Non-human primates. 4.
Rodents and pangolins. 5.
Reptiles and amphibians. List of contributors.
Subject index. "After the first publications of Wild mammalia reproduction and conservation and Indian wildlife diseases and disorders by B.
M. Arora, Principal Scientist, Wildlife and Ex-director National Zoological Park it was realized that findings of various studies conducted in husbandry associated health problems and diseases and disorders in in-situ and ex-situ wildlife conservation be compiled and produce in the form of "A Colour Atlas of Wildlife Diseases And Disorders".
It appears that no such attempts have been made so far to bring out such practical guide for the professionals working in the filed of wildlife health, management and conservation. On the aspects this Atlas is embellished with pictorial illustrations (Predominately contains colour illustrations but where they were not available black and white) of cases of approx 860(less)
Opium poppy. 11.
Index. "Plants continue to be the major source of drugs, inspite of the phenomenal development in the synthetic compounds during the last two decades.
Due to the realization of the toxicity associated with synthetic drugs, the importance of plant drugs enhanced substantially in the recent years. This resulted in the increased demand of medicinal plants many fold.
Since the availability of a number of important medicinal plants from natural sources was insufficient to meet the demands of pharmaceutical industries, large-scale cultivation of these plants came into existence. Commercial cultivation dramatically increased the disease problems, number of diseases and their severity, in these plants.
No comprehensive compilation of the diseases of important medicinal plants and their control is(less)
2. Fungal diseases.
3. Bacterial diseases.
4. Diseases caused by Ricketssia like organism.
5. Virus diseases.
6. Viroid diseases.
7. Diseases caused by phytoplasma.
8. New disorders.
9. Diseases caused by atmospheric injuries.
10. Diseases caused by soil toxicities.
11. Diseases caused by mineral deficiencies.
12. Genetic deformity.
13. Diseases caused by chemical toxicity and pesticidal injuries.
14. Epidemiological aspects and disease forecasting.
15. Pesticides in the control of grapevine diseases and their proper use.
Subject index. Author index.
"Grape is an important fruit crop of the world contributing to economies of several countries due to its various uses including wine production. The production, productivity and economic gain substantially suffers due to vagaries of various disease attacking the grape crop world over.
The present book on diseases of grape, their forecasting and control is an attempt to bring all the available information till date on this important topic in a(less)
Fruit crops. 3.
Vegetable crops. 4.
Ornamental crops. 5.
Medicinal crops. 6.
Aromatic crops. 7.
Plantation crops. 8.
Spice crops. 9.
Tuber crops. 10.
Future outlook. 11.
Sources of critical inputs for nematode management. References.
Appendices. Subject index.
"Nematodes continue to threaten horticultural crops throughout the world, particularly in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Estimated overall average annual yield loss of the world's major horticultural crops due to damage by plant parasitic nematodes is 13.
54%. Monetary losses due to nematodes on 10 horticultural crops, six of which are life sustaining were estimated at US$ 19.
37 billion annually based on 1984 production figures and prices. These deleterious effects on plant growth result in reduced yields and poor quality of horticultural crops.
Nematode management is therefore, important for high yields and quality that are required by the high cost of modern crop production. The information on nematode diseases and their management, especially cropwise,(less)
Understanding the cattle: history, types, breeds and their properties. 2.
The dairyman's reckoner for cattle quality: teething and milk mirrors. 3.
Rearing the cattle: general care, feeding and management. 4.
General care and management in crossing and breeding of cattle. 5.
Sickness types, cattle diseases, prevention and treatments. "Common farmers interest to the subject of breeding and rearing domestic cattle has not ceased even after the onset of modern machines in the Indian agriculture.
Cattle are integral to the farmer, if not for working in the fields and carrying loads, then certainly for milk production. And hence the students of agricultural sciences must have an active knowledge of various breeds their rearing and upkeep.
Cattle care is not confined to the dairyman alone. The greater portions of intelligent agriculturists have perceived the necessity of paying more attention than was formerly devoted to the improvement and perfection of breeds.
In this belief, the(less)
Importance of horticultural crops. 2.
Export of horticultural produce. B.
Fruit crops: 1. Banana.
10. Peach and plum.
13. Passion fruit.
C. Vegetable crops: 1.
Bell pepper. 6.
Onion and garlic. 7.
Cabbage and cauliflower. 9.
French bean. 11.
Cluster bean. 13.
Field bean. 14.
Lima bean. 15.
Winged bean. 16.
Sword bean. 17.
Bitter gourd. 22.
Beet Root. 27.
Ornamental crops: 1. Rose.
6. China Aster.
9. Oleander (Narium).
11. Amaryllis and Hippeastrum.
Vegad J L Vegad Vedams Books 8181891309 Accountancy Audit Afghanistan AIDS Amitabh Bachchan Animal Science Poultry, Cattle Camel Cattle and Dairy Farming Poultry Zoological Survey of India Publication Anthropology and Sociology Anthropological Survey of India Publications Architecture Vastu Arts of India Archaeology Mohenjodaro/Harappa/Indus Valley Civilization Art History Buddhist Art Mandalas Painting Pahari Rock Art Sculpture Textiles Art Astrology Palmistry Astronomy Ayurveda Bangladesh Bhutan Biographies and Memoirs Botanical Sciences Agronomy Algae Aromatic Plants Bamboo Biodiversity Botanical Survey of India Publications Ethnobotany/Medicinal Plants Floras of India Forestry Fungi/Mosses Herbs Horticulture Grape Mango Mushrooms Jatropha Mangroves Orchids Organic Farming Plant Science Teak Buddhism Central Asian Studies Children Christianity Cinema/Films Cricket Cuisine Dalits Dance and Performing Arts Bharatanatyam Kathak Kathakali Theatre Demography Dictionaries/Glossaries Ecology/Environment Economics/Dev Studies Education Distance Education English Literature Indian Fiction Entomology Geography Climatology Geological Sciences Geological Survey of India Publication Government Publications(less)
2. Black pepper diseases in India.
3. Diseases of cardamom.
4. Diseases of coconut: a.
Phytoplasma diseases of coconut-root (wilt) and Tatipaka diseases. b.
Insect transmission of Phytoplasmal diseases of coconut with special reference to root (wilt) disease. c.
Leaf rot and bud rot of coconut. d.
Minor diseases. e.
Basal stem rot disease of coconut. f.
Stem bleeding disease. g.
Nutritional deficiency symptoms in coconut. 5.
Important coca diseases in India. 6.
Diseases of coffee. 7.
Diseases of ginger. 8.
Diseases and disorders of oil palm and their management. 9.
Rubber diseases. 10.
Diseases of tea. 11.
Diseases of tree spices. 12.
Diseases of turmeric. 13.
Diseases of Vanilla. Index.
"Plantation crops and spices have a prime role in our day-to-day life. These crops are the backbone of the Indian export economy.
The state Kerala is blessed with a biodiversity of plantation crops and spices and(less)
2. Ranikhet disease (newcastle disease).
3. Infectious Bursal disease(Gumbro disease).
4. Marek's disease (MD).
6. Fowl Pox.
7. Laryngotracheitis (Infectious laryngotracheitis).
8. Avian Encephalomyelitis (Epidemic Tremor).
9. Duck Hepatitis (DH).
10. Respiratory diseases.
11. Fowl Typhoid.
12. Avain Tuberculosis (AT).
13. Bacillary White Diarrhoea (BWD).
14. Fowl Cholera (Avain Pasteurellosis).
15. Coligranuloma (Hjarre's disease).
16. Chlamydiosis (Ornithosis).
19. Parasitic diseases caused by internal parasites.
20. Parastic diseases caused by external parasites.
21. Deficiencies of minerals and vitamins.
22. Diagnosis of poultry diseases.
23. Infectious bronchitis.
24. Influenza (Avian influenza or bird flu).
25. Favus (Tinea).
26. Quail disease (Ulcerative enteritis).
27. Avian Pseudotuberculosis (AP).
28. Mycoplasma Gallisepticum (MG) Infection (Chronic Respiratory disease).
29. Aspergillosis (Brooder Pneumonia).
30. Thrush (Candidiasis).
31. Avain Arizonosis (AA).
32. Rupture of the Gastrocnemius Tendon.
33. Heat Prostration.
35. Gangrenous Dermatitis (GD).
36. Botulism (Limberneck).
37. Coryza (Infectious Coryza)(less)
2. Sanitation and hygiene.
3. Pesticides and their residues.
4. Diseases and pests of mushrooms.
References. Subject index.
"India is blessed with varied agro climate, abundance of agricultural wastes and manpower making it most suitable for the cultivation of all types of temperate subtropical and tropical mushrooms. It is estimated that about 170 million tonnes of crops residues are left unused for burning, out of which even one per cent of their utilization for the production of mushrooms can make India as one of the major mushroom producing country of the world.
Though mushroom production in India started in 1961, but it is only after 1990 that India made some noticeable progress. The technology of mushroom production has advanced dramatically over the past few years in most advanced countries of the world.
However, in India, were majority of the mushroom holding are either lacking proper environmental control facilities or do not have(less)
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