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  • SUGARCANE GENETIC TRANSFORMATION MEDIATED BY AGROBACTERIUM TUMEFACIENS WITH MANNOSE AS SELECTION MARKER


Yuan-Wen Wei, Zhi-Nian Deng, Cui-Xian Qin, Cheng-Mei Huang, Hui-Qing Cao, Hai-Bo He, Yuan-Yuan Guo,

Abstract:
Different mannose concentration grades were designed to detect the tolerance of sugarcane varieties ROC22 and GT21 during stages of callus induction, differentiation and rooting. The results showed that the two sugarcane varieties were sensitive to the mannose, and the optimum concentrations of mannose at different stages were determined, correspondingly.


1-16
2
  • AC CONDUCTIVITY AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTY OF ZNO DOPED POLYANILINE COMPOSITE


Manjula V T, Sannakki Nagaraj, Chakradhar Sridhar, Sharanabasamma M Ambalagi, M V N Ambikaprasad and

Abstract:
The composites of polyaniline (PANI) with Zinc oxide (ZnO) at different weight percentage were synthesized by insitu chemical oxidation polymerization method using Ammonium peroxydisulfate (APS) as an oxidizing agent.


17-25
3
  • SOIL ANALYSIS IN STRAWBERRY FARM AT HOLLETA , ETHIOPIA


Dr. Pushpanjali Singh

Abstract:
Strawberries are usually grown as an annual crop. Strawberry varieties are classified as short day, day neutral or intermediate. For short day varieties, flower initiation is triggered by short day lengths.


26-41
4
  • EFFICACY OF VARIOUS TOOTHPASTES USED IN KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA AGAINST DENTAL CARIES CAUSING STREPTOCOCCUS MUTANS


Yousuf A Ali, Ahmed Abdulhaq, Noha E Eldin, Shah Alam,

Abstract:
One of the most important part of the body is the mouth, where the digestion process begins. For this the individual should have the healthy teeth structure to masticate the food properly to help digestion.


42-57
5
  • STUDIES ON SUITABILITY OF DIFFERENT PACKAGES FOR TRANSPORT OF OKRA(Abelmoschus esculentus L. Moench).


Ngangbam Piloo, Jahangir Kabir

Abstract:
Freshly harvested, tender green okra fruits of cv. Sinnova, were packed in corrugated fibreboard (CFB) boxes as transport package with different percentages of ventilation (3% and 5% ) and different types of liners (2% perforation) viz., polyethylene liner, polypropylene liner and newspaper liner.


58-68
6
  • CLONING, PROKARYOTIC EXPRESSION AND PROTEIN PURIFICATION OF SUGARCANE ENDOGENOUS AZOTOBACTER KLEBSIELLA VARIICOLA DX120E NIFK GENE


Kun-Kun Zhang, Yong-Xiu Xing, Min Shao, Chao-Xing Wu , Li-Tao Yang, Yang-Rui Li

Abstract:
NifK gene is a key nitrogenase and plays an important role in the nitrogen fixation process. It is necessary to obtain the nifK gene for exploring its relationship with nitrogen fixation. This study aimed to clone nifK gene, predict the secondary structure, the characters and functions of the nifK protein, and conduct prokaryotic expression.


69-85
7
  • THE STATUS OF THE GANGES RIVER DOLPHIN, Platanista gangetica gangetica (ROXBURGH, 1801) IN COOCHBEHAR DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA.


Asitava Chatterjee, Pop Tshering Bhutia, Apurba Sen, Debashis Das, Pinaki Mitra, J. K. De

Abstract:
Based on the ground level information, past incidences of distribution and indirect surveys, the occurrence of Ganges Dolphin, Platanista gangetica were traced in the rivers of Coochbehar District of Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, particularly in Torsha-Kaljani-Gadadhar river system.


86-96
8
  • PHYSICOCHEMICAL ASSESSMENT FOR SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF THE CHATHE RIVER OF DIMAPUR DISTRICT IN NAGALAND, INDIA


S. K. Dey Baidya, S. P. Biswas

Abstract:
An assessment of physico-chemical parameters was conducted in the Chathe River of Dimapur District, Nagaland (India) for one year to determine the quality of the river.


97-135
9
  • MICROSCOPIC STUDY OF THORACIC ADHESIVE APPARATUS OF SISORID CATFISH GLYPTOTHORAX GRANULUS VISHWANATH & LINTHOINGAMBI FROM MANIPUR, INDIA


I. Linthoingambi, N. Shashibala

Abstract:
The microscopic morphological and histological study of thoracic adhesive apparatus of Glyptothorax granulus is reported for the first time. Structural differences of adhesive apparatus are reported.


136-142
10
  • COST-EFFECTIVE MASS REARING OF THE ORIENTAL FRUIT FLY, BACTROCERA DORSALIS (HENDEL) ROUND THE YEAR


Vinay K Kalia & Babita Yadav

Abstract:
Essential developmental and reproductive attributes of the Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) were studied on five host fruits viz., mango (Mangifera indica), papaya (Carica papaya), guava (Psidium gaujava), sapota (Achras zapota) and banana (Musa acuminate) at 27±1 °C and 65% RH.


143-155
11
  • STUDIES ON THE CONSEQUENCE OF DETERGENTS ON RESERVED GLYCOGEN IN MUSCLES AND LIVER OF MYSTUS MONTANUS


Navnath Eknath Chandanshive

Abstract:
The animals have an ability to store their reserved food in the form of glycogen and fat. In aquatic animals effluence of many toxic elements or substances in water body may alter the amount of reserve food in body due to toxic waste.


156-168
12
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC AND AQUEOUS EXTRACTS OF ACACIA NILOTICA LINN


Dr. Hepcy Kalarani D, Dr.Venkatesh

Abstract:
An ethanolic and aqueous extracts of stems of Acacia Nilotica Linn was investigated for its anti-inflammatory activity. The results of the investigation were compared.


169-177
13
  • IMPACT OF MANGROVE POLLUTION AND DEVASTATION: A STUDY FOR SUSTAINABLE MEASURES


Pravin S Shinde, Dr Snehal S Donde

Abstract:
Mangrove ecosystems serve as a buffer zone between land and sea, these lands were considered as "waste land" in the past but they have recently been treated as a valuable ecosystem, so conservation of these ecosystem is become a big issue in metropolitan city like Mumbai.


178-185
14
  • BASIAN-MARKOVIAN PRINCIPLE IN FITTING OF QUADRATIC CURVE


Atwar Rahman, Dhritikesh Chakrabarty

Abstract:
A method of estimation using both of Basian and Markovian principles has been developed in fitting of quadratic curve to observed data. The method developed has been applied in fitting of quadratic equation of monthly mean extremum temperature on the monthly average length of day at the five cities namely Guwahati, Dhubri, Dibrugarh, Silchar and Tezpur.


186-210
15
  • Susceptibility of Tomato Genotypes to a Fungal Pathogen


Eboigbe Lugard and Eshikhogie Liberty Eshiozemogie

Abstract:
A pathogen classified as Oidium neolycopersici was isolated from tomato genotypes prepared for characterization. This fungus which appears to be new in this region poses a great threat to the cultivation of tomato if not controlled. If allowed in the field with just contact and creeping conditions fulfilled can devastate tomato plant no matter how big is the hectares.


211-222
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