World fisheries. 3.
Indian fisheries. 4.
Fish as a food commodity. 5.
Fish population. 6.
Ecology of aquatic ecosystems. 7.
Growth and age studies on fishes. 8.
Fecundity, survival and mortality in fishes. 9.
Fish nutrition and artificial feed. 10.
Natural and artificial breeding in fish. 11.
Rational fishery. 12.
Concept of management and conservation of wild stock. 13.
Fishing gear and conventional fishing methods. 14.
Unconventional fishing methods. 15.
Aquaculture: Part I: Fish culture. II.
Culture of non-fish organisms. 16.
Fish pathology, aetiology and therapy of diseases. 17.
Hormonal and genetic approach to fisheries. 18.
Taxonomy, classification and systematics of fish. 19.
Methods in fishery science study. Index.
"The book is intended to be used as a text in course on fisheries. It deals with the subject in the widest sense, including fisheries of "non-fish" organisms, besides of "true" fishes.
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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.
2. Introduction: Discovering Hampi.
3. Early History: The Sangama Dynasty.
4. Later History: The Saluva and Tuluva Dynasties.
5. Abandonment and rediscovery of Hampi.
6. Urban Core and Royal Centre of the City.
7. Sacred Centre and Suburbs of the City.
8. Palaces and markets.
9. The Mahanavami Festival.
10. Religious life.
11. Courtly culture and architecture.
13. Landscape and legend.
14. Fortifications and waterworks.
15. Temples and shrines.
16. Palaces and pavilions.
17. Hampi today.
Glossary. Select bibliography.
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This book walks through the main parts of a paper; that is, those parts which create the critical first impression. The unique approach in this book is its focus on the reader rather than the writer.
Senior scientists who supervise staff and postgraduates can use the book to review drafts and to help with the writing as well as the science. Young researchers can find solid guidelines that reduce the confusion all new writers face.
History of South Asian countries. 3.
Overview on insurrections and terrorism in the various countries of South Asia. 4.
Problem of terminology. 5.
Modus operandi of the militants groups. 6.
Security forces and terrorism. 7.
Links between terrorism and war. 8.
Economic factors. 9.
Administrative set-up and legal arsenal to fight terrorism. 10.
Transnational terrorism. 11.
International terrorism in South Asia. 12.
Terrorism in South Asia. 13.
Combating terrorism in South Asia: challenges and prospects. "Terrorist acts are common in most of the countries traditionally included in South Asia.
Cross-border terrorism is not only greatly expensive but also deeply disastrous to the whole region and a threat tot he world peace and security. The fact that the terrorist activities that plague South Asian states have cross-border dimension mainly because their origins and causes interconnect and overlap political boundaries.
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2. Cell cycle and Apoptosis.
3. Disturbances in growth.
4. Neoplasia genesis.
5. Nomenclature of tumor.
6. Metastasis and tumor progression.
7. Causes of Neoplasia.
8. Tests for the diagnosis of cancer.
9. Effects of Neoplasia and tumor immunity.
10. Description of tumors of different tissues of animals-Fibromas and other connective tumors.
11. Bone tumors.
12. Myomas and related tumors.
14. Epithelial tumors of skin and related structures.
15. Neoplasms of Lungs.
16. Tumors of liver.
17. Mammary tumors.
18. Tumors of endocrine glands.
19. Ovarian Neoplasms.
20. Tumors of testis.
22. Tumors of Jaw and head.
23. Melanocytic tumors.
24. Canine Veneral tumor.
25. Nerve tissue tumors.
26. Tumors of Haemopoietic tissues and miscellaneous tumors.
27. Neoplastic diseases of poultry.
Index. "This book serves the purpose of a resourceful and authentic information about the tumors of domestic animals including poultry.
Every attempt has(less)
Framing/reframing Sikh histories. 2.
Entangled pasts colonialism, mobility, and the systematization of Sikhism. 3.
Maharaja Dalip Singh, memory, and the negotiation of Sikh identity. 4.
Displacement, Diaspora, and difference in the making of Bhangra. Epilogue.
"This book offers a bold revaluation of Sikh identity from the late eighteenth century to the early twenty-first. Ballantyne examines Sikh Communities and experiences in Punjab, South Asia, the United Kingdom, and other parts of the world where Sikhs and Sikhism have spread.
Bringing South Asian and British imperial history to bear on his analysis, Ballantyne charts the shifting, complex, and frequently competing visions of Sikh identity that have emerged in response to the changes wrought by colonialism and Diaspora. In the process, he argues that Sikh Studies must expand its scope to take into account not only how Sikhism appears in religious and political texts, but also on the battlefields of Asia(less)
Nucleic acids. 3.
Molecular technique. 4.
Genetic engineering and its application. 5.
Crop production through tissue culture. 7.
Animal biotechnology. 8.
Fermentation biotechnology. 10.
Single cell protein. References.
"Biotechnology concerns the practical application of organisms or their components. Historically biotechnology was an art, involved in the production of wines, beers and cheese.
Nowadays it involves a series of advanced technologies spanning biology, chemistry, and process engineering. In recent years innovations involving genetic engineering and Cryopreservation have had a major impact on biotechnology.
Its applications are diverse, including the production of new drugs, transgenic organisms and biological fuels, gene therapy and clearing up pollution. This book embodies ten chapters, the language of the text is simple and the subject matter is fully illustrated.
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2. Preface/Malvika Singh.
3. Delhi: flowing with time/Pavan K.
The jewel in the crown/William Dalrymple. 5.
Along the Jamuna. 6.
The circle of seasons. 7.
Embracing many faiths. 8.
A vibrant, changing cityscape. 9.
Connecting the people. 10.
The bazaars. 11.
Unmatched eating and drinking. 12.
Myriad styles. 13.
The amphitheatre of the arts. 14.
Luxury and hospitality. "Dilli is the Heart of India.
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Delhi has the best of all(less)
The land and the people. 3.
The tales. 4.
Motifs identified in the tales. 5.
Folktale maps. 6.
Information on the tellers. Glossary of non-English terms.
References. General Index.
"The present treatise is a continuation of cultural mapping of India in N.K.
Bose's line in the field of folktales for a limited area, viz., Northeast India.
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Its novelty in anthropology, both in the global and Indian contexts, lies in its using folktale motifs for cultural mapping. Its novelty in the global context of folkloristics involves several points: first, it is the first time attempt to prepare maps for a tract of land with respect to motifs; second, it is furnished with a table that(less)
Renaissance and Transformation: 1. Administration and economy.
4. The press.
5. Architecture and painting.
6. Religious and social reforms.
II. A passage to freedom: 1.
Liberal phase of Freedom Movement. 2.
Militant nationalism. 3.
The rise of communalism. 4.
Contemporary India : background. Index.
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