2. Ostracoderms and placoderms.
7. Epidermis and exoskeleton.
8. Fins and their origin.
9. Skeletal system.
10. Cardio-vascular system.
11. Structure and function of gills.
12. Air breathing organs.
13. Swim bladder and its modifications.
14. Weberian ossicles.
15. Excretion and osmoregulation.
16. Food, feeding habits and digestion.
17. Alimentary canal and its modifications.
18. Reproduction, maturation and spawning.
19. Fertilization, development and growth.
20. Sex dimorphism, mating and parental care.
21. Brain and the cranial nerves.
22. Electric organs.
23. The lateral line system.
24. Bioluminescence and sound production.
25. Olfactory, auditory and photoreceptors.
26. Locomotion in fishes.
27. Migration of fishes.
28. Endocrine and neurosecretory system.
29. Larvivorous fishes.
30. Adaptations in the hill stream fishes.
31. Adaptations in the deep sea fishes.
32. Exotic fishes.
33. Fishery resources and economic value.
34. Inland fisheries resources.
35. Estuarine fisheries.
1. Body and philosophies of healing.
2. Meanings of health in Ayurveda.
3. Classical Yoga as a religious Therapeutic.
4. Tantra and aesthetic Therapeutics.
Conclusion. Community: relationality in religious Therapeutics.
Indices. Subject indexs.
"Religious Therapeutics explores the relationship between psychophysical health and spiritual health and presents a model for interpreting connections between religion and medicine in world traditions. This model emerges from the work’s investigation of health and religiousness in classical Yoga, Ayurveda, and Tantra—three Hindu traditions noteworthy for the central role they accord the body, Author Gregory P.
Fields compares Anglo-European and Indian philosophies of body and health and uses fifteen determinants of health excavated from texts of ancient Hindu medicine to show that health concerns the person, not the body or body/mind alone. This book elucidates multifaceted views of health, and in the context of spirituality and healing—explores themes such as mental health, meditation, and music.
Ranki Vav: a historical background. Apsara sculptures: an approach.
1. The Apsara sculptures.
2. The therapeutics, healing systems and Mudra Vignana.
4. Some clues to understand the Apsara sculptures at Ranki Vav.
5. Analysis of individual Apsara sculptures.
Glossary of Sanskrit terms. Index.
"India is a land known for its antiquity. Its heritage is expressed in its cultural and architectural traditions, which have transcended time and space to remain alive and appropriate even in the present.
Gujarat in Western India is a place with many historical monuments, the step-wells, especially the one at a place called "Patan" is truly a store-house of the rich cultural and religious heritage of India with stunning architectural grandeur. Ranki Vav also called as Rani-Ki-Vav, the step-well at Patan in Gujarat State was constructed by Queen Udyamati in the AD 11 century.
The Indian art of Ranki Vav is born of(less)
2. Fungal Diseases.
3. Viral Diseases.
4. Nematode Diseases.
5. Bacterial Disease.
6. Phanerogamic Parasites.
7. Nutritional Disorders.
8. Miscellaneous Leaf and Head Diseases.
9. Genomics and Genetic Engineering for the Management of Wheat Diseases.
10. Integrated Disease Management.
Index. Biology and Management of Wheat Pathogens is a critical and comprehensive compilation on diseases of wheat crop.
It provides a detailed account of diagnosis of wheat diseases; nature and extent of damage due to fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes and nutritional disorders; epidemiology and ecological factors governing disease development; variability in pathogens and strategic management of wheat health through integration of various approaches. The book comprises 10 chapters.
For each disease described, its historical background, symptoms, causal organism, disease cycles, epidemiology, and control measures have been given. It includes a separate chapter devoted to biotechnological approaches for the management of wheat diseases.
The book is primarily meant for teaching wheat pathology(less)
1. Occurrence of the fish parasitic Isopods in the host fish Ilisha Melastoma/S.
Ravichandran, M. Rajkumar and A.
Histopathology of the infestation of parasitic Isopod Joryma Tartoor in the host fish Ilisha Melastoma/S. Ravichandran, M.
Rajkumar and A. Nirmala.
3. Biochemical toxicity of the heavy mercuric chloride in the freshwater fish Labeo Rohita (Hamilton)/K.
Acute ammonia stress and its impact on Haematology of fish Oreochrmis Mossambicus/R. Ravikantha and P.
Invitro Antifungal activity of crab Haemolymph on Clinical Pathogens/A. Veeruraj, S.
Ravichandran and G. Ramesh Kumar.
6. Effect of Piper Longum extract on the gross primary productivity of an Angel Fish Mass Culture System/K.
Kannan and G. Rajasekharan.
7. Bacterial and fungal analysis of soil samples collected at different sites in and around the national cooperative sugar mills, Alanganallur, Tamil Nadu/K.
Distribution of metals in water of an artificial lake at Mussoorie, Uttarakhand/D.S(less)
Protoplasm and the living organism. 3.
Specialization in organisation among lowly animals--protozoa. 4.
The animal cell and cell division. II.
5. The many-celled animals--metazoa.
6. The two-layered animals--diploblastica (Coelenterata).
7. The three-layered animals--triploblastica.
8. The flatworms--platyhelminthes.
10. The coelomate animals.
11. The segmented worms--annelida.
12. The jointed limbed animals--arthropoda.
The chordate animals. 14.
Simple chordate animals--Acrania. IV.
15. The vertebrate animals--Craniata.
The germ-cells--gametogenesis. 17.
The development of the vertebrates--chordate embryology. VI.
18. The relation of offspring to parent--genetics.
19. The interrelations and origins of animals--organic evolution.
The principles upon which animals are classified--taxonomy. 21.
The main groups of animals. 22.
The animals' background. Index.
"The book: The method of presentation adopted has been to emphasize the broad general principles of animal biology with a learning towards the physiological aspect. In general, a textbook for elementary students serves two main purposes: it is(less)
Trivedi in his book Vedic Cell Biology with Life Energy and rebirth. Dr.
Trivedi has interpreted the Vedic hymns in a chronological order with depth of Vedic knowledge. He has done it through the knowledge of modern science.
It may give new light to the scientists, for them a new hypothesis on life energy, which was known to the ancient Vedic scientists long ago. The whole play of life on the earth is due to the assimilated carbon, it has been explored under the wedding of Aryaman.
The living organisms at cellular level exhibits the same functions, it has been discussed under The race of Rbhus. Dr.
Trivedi has given in his interpretation of Vedic hymns, The theory of chemical evolution of life(less)
Food microbiology. 2.
General principles. 3.
Maximising the usefulness of food microbiology research. 5.
The fruit and vegetable processing. 6.
Control of water and waste water. 7.
Recycling and dreyse of processing. 8.
By product recovery and uses. 9.
Waste water treatment. 10.
Land disposal. 11.
Direct and municipal discharge. 12.
Agriculture and food processing industry. 13.
African women in food processing. 14.
Fermentations in world food processing. 15.
Environmental self-assessment for the food processing industry. 16.
Food processing criteria. 17.
Ozone in food processing applications. "Food microbiology encompasses the study of microorganisms which have both beneficial and deleterious effects on the quality and safety of raw and processed meat, poultry, and egg products.
Food microbiology focuses on the general biology of the microorganisms that are found in foods including: their growth characteristics, identification, and pathogenesis. Specifically, areas of interest which concern food microbiology are: food poisoning, food spoilage, food(less)
2. The Life Cycle Pattern.
3. Systematic Treatment of Morels I.
4. Systematic Treatment of Morels II: Genotypic Polymorphism and Diversity.
5. Ecological Aspects.
6. Physiological Aspects of Morels.
7. Nutritive Composition.
8. Nutraceutical Potential.
9. Rhizomorphosphere Relationships.
10. Ethnomycological Aspects.
11. Sociobiological Aspects.
12. Mycorrhizal Association of Morels.
13. Cytology of Ascus Development in Morels.
14. Culinary Aspects of Morels.
Index. The morels is one of the most delicious and costliest wild edible mushrooms of the world.
During the last century significant advances have been made in the study of morel biology with the sole aim of artificial cultivation. But all efforts to domesticate them have not been wholly fruitful.
The book is an attempt to compile all the relevant information on morel biology so that more interest in morel research is stimulated ultimately paving the way for cultivation. The monograph contains 14 chapters; each(less)
2. Environmental factors.
3. Seasonality in vertebrates.
4. Environment and reproduction.
5. Seasonality in pony mares.
6. Cyclic changes.
, 7. The influence of light on ovulation in Birds.
8. Influence of temperature.
9. Influence of radiation.
10. Effects of chemicals.
11. Influence of environment in birds.
12. Influence of environment in mammals.
13. Influence of environment in lower vertebrates.
14. Influence of environment in invertebrates.
"The present publication is designed to arrange diverse areas of environmental biology ion a coherent manner. The publication includes Light and Temperature, Environmental Factors, Seasonally in Vertebrates, Environment and Reproduction, Seasonally in Pony Mares, Cyclic Changes.
The influence of Light on Ovulation in birds, influence of temperature, influence of radiation, effects of chemicals, influence of environment in birds, influence of environment in Mammals, influence of environment in lower vertebrates, influence of environment in invertebrates. The subject matter, both as regards the arrangement of chapters as(less)
As he builds the small plots to promote the myth, he sets in motion a chain of events that soon threatens to overtake him(less)
2. Pharmaceutical and drug applications of Guar Gum/V.
3. Chemical and microbial investigation of Indigofera aspalathoides vahl ex DC/T.
Allirani, A. Saraswathy, G.
Hamsaven, K. Balakrishna and R.
Bhima Rao. 4.
Chemistry and antiinflammatory activity of Jatropha glandulifera roxb/T. Susan.
S. Joy, A.
Saraswathy and M.M.
Steroids from marine green alga Cladophora species/R.N.
Asolkar, S. Wahidulla, C.
G. Naik, S.
Y. Kamat and V.
6. Synthesis and stereochemistry of 2-Acetyl-3 (m-and p-nitrophenyl) Cyclohepta/Octa (c) Pyrazolines/Shalini Gupta, Vandana Singh and S.
7. Medicinal value of some plants found in Hamirpur District of Bundelkhand, Uttar Pradesh/B.
R. Saxena and Manjusha Saxena.
8. P53 gene and cancer/K.
9. Studies on carbohydrate constituents of some minor seeds/Varsha Trivedi and J.
10. Computation of stereochemistry of 2-alkanoyl-3-aryltetrahydronaphtho (1,2-c) Pyrazolines by H-NMR/Sugandha Agrawal and S.
11. Development of new herbal drug for the treatment of Asthma and (Bronchitis)/M.
Systems and methods of molecular biology. 2.
Genetic analysis in molecular biology. 3.
Chemical foundation of macromolecules. 4.
Nucleic acid and synthesis of macromolecules. 5.
The physical structure and function of protein molecules. 6.
Metabolism and biochemical pathways. 7.
Biochemical energetics. 8.
Macromolecular interactions and the structure of complex aggregates. 9.
Protein sorting : organelle biogenesis and protein secretion. 10.
Molecular structure of genes and chromosomes. 11.
Regulation of the activity of genes and of genes products in prokaryotes. 12.
Regulation in eukaryotes. 13.
Cell signalling. "A Textbook of Molecular Biology is multipurpose college text book, differs in the organization from other molecular biology text, it follows the fact, that molecular biology must emphasize both molecules and biology.
This is true in the sense that the ultimate goal of molecular biology is to understand the molecular basis of all biological phenomena. New techniques have armed molecular biologists with the ability to examine(less)
An Integrated Approach to the Recycle of Organic Wastes from Agro-Industrial System. 2.
High Rate Transpiration System- Cost Effective Model Approach for Treatment and Disposal of Pulp and Paper Mill Wastewater through Phytoextraction of Heavy Metals. 3.
Biological Consequences Due To Increased Co2 Concentration of Nagpur City Compared With The NEERI Campus. 4.
Monitoring Colour And COD Removal Capacity of Soil And Assessment of Growth Performance of Crop Grown With Pulp and Paper Mill Wastewater. 5.
Agro-Economic Evaluation of Water Resource. 6.
Resource Conservation through Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater. 7.
Profiles of Toxic Metals and Ambient Respirable Particulate Matter in Urban Area of Hyderabad City. 8.
Conservation of Endangered Nitrogen Fixing Plants of Cold Desert/Alpine Region of Garhwal Himalaya. 9.
Prospects of Botanical Insecticides in Forest Pest Management. 10.
Fish Pheromones: Current Status and Potential Applications in Aquaculture, Breeding and Fishery Environment Management. 11.
Drug Metabolism and Detoxification. 12.
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