Global sustainable --2nd biotech Congress/M.S.
Bacterial proteins in potential cancer therapy/Magdy Mahfouz, Wataru Hashimoto, Tapas K. Das Gupta and Ananda M.
Recombinant DNA Technology: 4. A DNA Helicase from P.
Falciparum is bipolar and its activities are modulated by phosphorylation/Renu Tuteja. 5.
IPR in management of genetic resources/Sanjeev Saxena, A.K.
Singh and Sandhya Gupta. 6.
Bioremediation using radioresistant microbes/Shree Kumar Apte. 7.
Transgenic crops: approaches to avoid user reservation and resistance/E.A.
Alive with dead: overexpression of a dead-box Helicase confers salinity tolerance in plants/Narendra Tuteja. II.
Sustainable biotechnology: 9. Global sustainable biotechnology : action for human welfare/Ivan R.
Biotechnology for global sustainable development/M. Mahadevappa and T.
Management of wastelands/Barren Land through Cyanobacteria and rice production/B.D.
Rhizobacteria as biocontrol agents/K.V.
Biodiversity and conservation of Tasar ecoraces/L.B.
Kalantri and S.K.
Geetha Singh and B. Sundara Singh 2.
Antagonistic Effects of Selected Soil Fungi Against Keratinofers/Shalini Upadhyaya, B. Geetha Singh and B.
Sundara Singh 3. Soil Microbial C, N and P Dynamics in Traditional Agroforestry System of Northeast India/S.
Tangjang, A. Arunachalam, K.
Arunachalam and A. K.
Shukla 4. Evaluation of MH as Male Gametocide on Phaseolus mungo Roxb.
and a New Method of Plant Breeding/S.A.
Salgare 5. Biochemical Changes in the Ovary and Liver of Fresh Water Fish Channa punctatus after Chronic Exposure to Zinc/Hemlata Verma and Neera Srivastava 6.
Evaluation of Biosurfactant/ Bioemulsifier Production by Planococcus sp/Anita Suresh Kumar, Kalpana Mody, Harshad Brahmbhatt and Bhavanath Jha 7. Isolation, Purification, Characterization and Application of Agarase from a Marine Bacillus megaterium/Yasmin Khambhaty, Kalpana Mody and Bhavanath Jha 8.
Study on Algal and Fungal Flora Inhabiting the Sand(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)
Basic Mathematical Genetics 3. Markov Models in Genetics 4.
Models in Epidemics. This book is an introduction to applications of the theory of stochastic processes -- more specifically Markov chain theory -- in population dynamics, genetics and epidemics.
A prior exposure to basic probability theory should be helpful, but by no means essential. The book includes a quick review of probability that starts from elementary combinatorial probability and ends with some basic properties of diffusions, including along the way, a fairly extensive account of martingales and Markov chains, mostly with proofs.
This is done fairly rigorously without using measure theoretic tools. In continuation of the effort to keep the prerequisites at the bare minimum, all the basic genetics the reader needs to know is included.
Yet, sophisticated material on Wright-Fisher and Moran models of genetics including diffusion approximations is presented. The material on epidemic models includes several important(less)
Introduction: Applied Linguistic Approaches. 2.
The scope and application of grammar. 3.
Extending the scope: De-standardization. 4.
Extending the scope: Contextualization. 5.
Extending the scope: Semantics and pragmatics. 6.
Linguistic signification and Rhetorical value. 7.
Illocutionary acts in discourse. 8.
The rhetorical function of transformational rules. 9.
Theoretical perspectives. 10.
Pedagogic application. Bibliography.
Discourse analysis (DA), or discourse studies, is a general term for a number of approaches to analyzing written, spoken or signed language use. It is the branch of linguistics that deals with the study and application of approaches to analyse written, spoken or signed language.
In this book all elements of linguistics relations with discourse analysis are dealt with very objectively. The original aim in undertaking this book was to provide a characterization of a specified area of scientific English which would serve as a basis for the preparation of teaching materials for people learning English as a service(less)
Description of Language and Language Use: Grammar. Vocabulary.
Discourse Analysis. Pragmatics.
Corpus Linguistics. Essential Areas of Enquiry in Applied Linguistics: Second Language Acquisition.
Focus on the Language Learner: Styles, Strategies and Motivation. Language Skills and Assessment: Listening.
Speaking and Pronunciation. Reading.
Suggested solutions. Preferences.
Index. "‘So easy to read and understand’ TESL-EJ Description: An Introduction to Applied Linguistics provides a complete, authoritative and up-to-date overview of the field.
An Introductory chapter familiarises readers with key issues and recurrent themes while hands-on activities and further reading sections for each chapter encourage practical analysis and wider reading. The book is divided into three sections covering: • A description of language and language use • Essential areas of enquiry • The four skills and testing.
Each chapter offers an extended survey of a central element of Applied Linguistics and is authored by leading international specialists. With its(less)
Nanotechnology applications for food. 3.
Nanotechnology in agriculture. 4.
Nanotechnology can provide a second green revolution in India. 5.
Bio-nanotechnology will help India’s food security. 6.
Nano-agriculture in developing countries. 7.
Nanotechnology and food industry. 8.
Anticipated applications of nanotechnology in agriculture. 9.
A tiny revolution in food and agriculture. 10.
Agricultural biotechnology: a bountiful harvest. 11.
Nanoscale science and engineering for agriculture and food systems. 12.
Relationship of nanotechnology to science and engineering in agriculture and food systems. 13.
Functional materials in food nanotechnology. 14.
Potential applications of nanotechnology on food. 15.
Nanotechnology-the new threat to food. 16.
Precision agriculture. 17.
Industrial agriculture. 18.
Potential changes in agriculture sector. 19.
Sustainable agriculture. 20.
Nano green. 21.
Genetically modified food. Bibliography.
Index. Nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionize the agricultural and food industry with new tools for the molecular treatment of diseases, rapid disease detection, enhancing the ability of plants(less)
It further deals with four major categories of forecasting techniques'''judgment techniques, customer/market research techniques, time series techniques and regression analysis,'''and explains how new products are forecast with the help of these techniques. Finally, the book discusses the important managerial considerations along with the industry benchmarks for forecasting practices.
The text is concise and practically no mathematics/statistics is used; yet it helps the understanding of the forecasting phenomenon easier and simpler. Primarily designed for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of management, this book would also be a valuable source of reference for professionals.
Table of Contents Foreword Preface Part I FOUNDATIONS OF APPLIED NEW PRODUCT FORECASTING 1. Introduction to Applied New Product Forecasting 2.
New Product Development and New Product Forecasting: Process and Structure Part II NEW PRODUCT FORECASTING TECHNIQUES 3. Judgmental New Product Forecasting Techniques 4.
Customer/Market Research Techniques for New Product Forecasting 5. Time Series Techniques for New Product Forecasting 6.
Regression Analysis for New Product Forecasting Part III MANAGERIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR APPLIED NEW PRODUCT FORECASTING 7. Special Topics in New Product Forecasting 8.
New Product Forecasting Benchmarks References Index(less)
Detection of emerging high risk pathogens in dairy foods by recent PCR based techniques and their application in dairy industry/V.K.
Principal of ultrafiltration and its application in food processing/Dharampal. 3.
Techniques for long term preservation of microorganisms/Rameshwar Singh. 4.
Application of hurdle technology in development of shelf stable foods/G.R.
Bioconversion of lignocellulosic feeds in the Rumen of Dairy animals/D.N.
Accelerated ripening of cheese using starter adjuncts/D.N.
Gandhi and Ritu Rana. 7.
Statistical methods for quality control standardization of milk and milk products/D.K.
Structure and stability of proteins from hyperthermophiles: adaptation at molecular level/Jai K. Kaushik.
9. Biological detoxification of aflatoxin in foods and feeds/Kishan Singh and A.
10. Advances in microbiology and technology of Yoghurt/S.
11. Biodiversity and typing of pathogenic bacteria/S.
Developing an effective HACCP plan based on rapid microbiological methods/S.K.
Probiotic cheese - a novel concept/Latha Sabiki(less)
In the beginning, the terms of the Hindu grammarians were uncouthly fitted in the western grammatical scheme, which were later on gradually given up. After several stages of simplification, the Sanskrit grammar has now been reduced to the actual requirement of the classical texts.
Macdonell's or Stenzler's revised grammars perhaps represent the points of culmination. But these scholars had in their mind only the western students who had studied Greek and Latin before taking up Sanskrit.
Therefore mule hate hatam sarvam may be the first exercise in a western Sanskrit Grammar, but an Indian teacher may be puzzled when asked to explain this sentence to his students in the first lesson. Therefore, we(less)
Besides, it also covers important developments that took place within the last seven decades in the study of foraminifera, ostracoda, calcareous nannoplanktons, diatoms and conodonts by transforming their ecological-data in the 'rich-text' enabling students to understand the trend of their applications in the recent exploration-techniques for oil and other mineral(less)
1. Microbial technologies commercial utilization.
2. Brewing process of beer.
3. Fermentation process of grape juice for wine production.
4. Pectic enzymes on clarification of wines.
5. Vinegar fermentation and production.
6. Production of lactic acid and lactic acid fermentation of food products.
7. Production of amino acids.
8. Preparation of cheese.
9. Microbial pectic enzymes clarification of fruit juice.
10. Fungal and bacterial cellulases.
11. Microbiological issues in food products sanitation.
12. Food-borne microbes and food poisoning.
13. Antagonistic microorganisms and antibiotics.
14. Important antibiotics and their applications.
15. Production of penicillin.
16. Production of streptomycin.
17. Mechanism and systemic mode of action of antibiotics in plants.
18. Biomass production of Spirulina.
19. Biological products and bioactive compounds from algae.
20. Biological role of algae in waste water treatment.
21. Biogas technology.
22. Biogas plants for organic farming.
23. Production technology of paddy straw mushroom.
24. Microbial process in(less)
Contributors. Bioinformatics: 1.
Growth of Biotechnology Information System network (BTISnet) in India/T. Madhan Mohan.
2. Capacity building for knowledge management in aquaculture research/A.
K. Roy and Nirupama Panda.
3. Data generation resources for bioinformatics/P.
Correspondence analysis in study of genomic sequence of Labeo Rohita/A.K.
Roy and Sushma R. Martha.
5. Statistical design and analysis of microarray data of carps/A.
K. Roy, Chinmayee Sahoo and Sushma R.
Recent biotechnological approaches in fish disease diagnosis/P.K.
Present trends in aquaculture probiotics/S. Mohanty and N.
8. Infection and immunity of brood carps/P.
Nanda and S. Dash.
9. Induced breeding experiments of an Indian major carp Labeo rohita- a cause effect study/S.
D. Gupta and S.
10. Freshwater prawn aquaculture: status and scope/Bindu R.
Artificial propagation and cryoconservation of fishes/P. Routray.
12. Methods of assessment of microbial population and their role in aquatic ecosystem/N.
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