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  • Author Photo Plant Protection of Greenhouse Tomato    By: Shailendra Kumar

    This article is about plant disease management in tomato under greenhouse production with its important aspect i.e. correct diagnosis and its right management strategies. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Economic Analysis of Small Onion in Southern Tamil Nadu    By: Dr. Rajendran T

    The small onion prices may be bringing tears to the consumers. But the farmers who are engaged in the cultivation of the crop in the Tirunelveli district are making a handsome profit this year as the prices have shot up to Rs. 40 to Rs. 45 a kg. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Herbicide Resistance in Weeds: A Serious Concern [PDF]    By: Sirazuddin Siddiqui

    Herbicide resistance is the inherited ability of a biotype of a weed to survive an herbicide application to which the original population was susceptible. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Role of Primary Nutrients in Vegetative Growth of Plants    By: Sirazuddin Siddiqui

    All plants must obtain a number of inorganic mineral elements from their environment to ensure successful growth and development of both vegetative and reproductive tissues. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Amaranth - A Potential Multipurpose Underexploited Crop    By: Sheikh M. Sultan

    Amaranth (Amaranthus L.) is a short duration, low input underexploited multipurpose crop used as vegetable, grain crop, medicinal, forage and as an ornamental plant.It is a pseudocereal as its tiny grains rich in proteins and starch are used like cereals, although it does not come under grass family Gramineae (Poaceae) to which cereals like wheat, rice and maize belong.Considering its agronomic and nutritional importance amaranth is projected to be a crop for future. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Nutritional and Medicinal Properties of Solanaceous Vegetables [PDF]    By: Shilpa Devi

    This article highlights the nutritional profile of solanaceous vegetables and their role in fighting malnutrition, mineral deficiencies common among developing nations. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Heat Shock Proteins: Role beyond Heat Stress    By: Sachidanand Tiwari

    HSP is well known for their protective action during stress conditions in plants. Recently interaction between HSP's and viral particles are seen which led the way for exploitation of these molecular chaperones for antiviral strategies >> Category: Biology
  • No Photo D2 Statistic Techniques used for Analysis of Genetic Divergence    By: Shaukeen Khan

    D2 Statistic is potential tool for identification of parents which are genetically diversified and used in hybridization programme >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Improvement and Seed Production of Carrot    By: Arvind Nagar

    Root vegetables are the mainstay of a winter diet. The most commonly grown root crops in India are carrot (Daucus carota L.), radish (Raphanus sativus L.), turnip (Brassica rapa L.) and beet root (Beta vulgaris L.). Due to their short duration and high productivity, root crops fit well in sequential, inter and relay cropping which enable maximum use of enable land. Root crops are generally storage organs enlarge to store energy in the form of carbohydrates. Root vegetable like carrots are highly efficient in producing the highest amount of nutrients and health promoting substances per unit area. Carrot is a rich source of high carotene content which is reported to be anti carcinogenic in nature. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Pre-Harvest Management for Total Quality Improvement in Fruit [PDF]    By: Swapnil Dnyaneshwar Deshmukh

    The present day requirement is for further enhancing the trade by offering quality fruits with appropriate application of pre-harvest treatments. Quality fruits have more demand and also fetch more price in the market. It helps in increasing the foreign exchange and also the economic condition of farmers. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Ecological Association or Interactions among Soil Microorganisms    By: Ashwini Kumar

    The microbial ecosystem is the sum of biotic and abiotic components of soil. It encompasses the total microbial flora together with the physical composition and physical characteristics of the soil. The microorganisms exhibit different types of interactions or associations. Some interactions are neutral while some are positive and some are negative in nature. The associations existing between different soil microorganisms, whether of a symbiotic or antagonistic nature, influence the activity of microorganisms in the soil. Interaction may be beneficial or harmful to the organisms depending on the behaviour of microbes >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Spider Silk for Drug Delivery, Regenerative Medicine and Wound Healing    By: Rajni Singh

    Spiders make their webs to perform a wide range of tasks and are very useful for their daily life. They produce seven different types of silks for different uses. Spider silk is one of the most versatile materials in nature with great strength and flexibility. Presently the interest has grown towards spider silk due to a combination of its mechanical properties and non-polluting way of production. This silk can be produced synthetically for medicinal purposes in construction of artificial tendons and as substrate for human's cell growth. >> Category: Applications
  • No Photo Applications of Transgenic Crops in Crop Production    By: Sirazuddin Siddiqui

    A transgenic plant is one that contains a gene or genes which have been introduced artificially into the plant's genetic makeup using a set of several biotechnology techniques collectively known as recombinant DNA (rDNA) technology >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Virtual Water Trade from India    By: Vikram Yogi

    Water is one of the most important inputs to agricultural production. Water is embodied in all products to a greater or lesser degree, but the amount used in production generally exceeds the embodied water. The supply of water to agriculture could be from natural sources, rain or through irrigation. The total amount of water from all sources used to produce a crop and the water embodied in the crop together referred to as Virtual water. Water is a scarce good and thus should be treated economically. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Cisgenics and its Application in Crop Improvement    By: Prasenjit Debnath

    The article highlights the importance of cisgenics over conventional breeding for application in crop improvement and how it is different from transgenics. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Niger: An Underutilized and High Value Oilseed Crop    By: Dr. Smita N. Shingane

    This article gives an account the origin, nutritional contents, food and industrial value of Niger [Guizotia abyssinica (L.f.) Cass.] crop. Gives information about extent of variability in oil content and fatty acid profile >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Next Generation Sequencing Techniques: The future of DNA Sequencing    By: Ashutosh IMS

    This article is about the next generation sequencing techniques. What is the purpose of this and what is benefits of next generation sequencing techniques and how is different from older sequencing techniques >> Category: DNA
  • No Photo Kigelia pinnata DC. (Sausage Tree) - A Medicinal Plant with great future perspectives    By: Dr. Dinesh Chand

    This article gives an account of botanical description, phyto-chemical contents, medicinal and traditional uses of Kigelia pinnata or Sausage tree. Besides its use as a street tree/garden tree, it is known to have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial properties. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Pressurized Hot Water Extraction: Promising Green Extraction Technology    By: Bhushan Bibwe

    The article is about working principle, advantages, limitation and application of Pressurized hot water extraction technique. PHWE utilizes very cheap, abundantly available and non-toxic liquid, water as an extracting solvent which is environment friendly can be recycled or disposed off with certain treatments. In PHWE technique, yield increases as the temperature increases as a result of increased solubility and decreased static permittivity and polarisability. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Bacterial Plasmid DNA and Conjugation Gene Transfer    By: Ashwini Kumar

    A plasmid is a molecule of DNA, independent of the bacterial nucleoid chromosome, which often has "bonus DNA" with instructions for weapons of infection. Both the bacterial nucleoid and bacterial plasmids are circular molecules of DNA - genetic information. Plasmids are, however, much smaller than the bacterial chromosome, usually only containing a few genes. Unlike the bacterial chromosome, plasmid traits are not normally required for the cell to function, but do help a bacterium survive and cause disease. Not all bacteria have plasmids, but those that do can share these advantageous molecules with other bacteria in a process called conjugation. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Diagnosis of Nutritional Disorders in Fruit Crops    By: Pravin L. Deshmukh

    In fruit crops, the deficiency of micronutrients causes many more disorders than that of macronutrients. Nutritional disorders have become widespread with diminishing use of organic manures, adoption of high density planting, use of root stocks for dwarfing, disease and salt tolerance, unbalanced NPK fertiliser application and extension of horticulture to marginal lands. To get high quality fruit and yields, micronutrient deficiencies have to be detected before visual symptoms are expressed >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Recombinant Human Activin-A Protein    By: Pooja Sharma

    Human Activin-A is a disulfide-linked homodimer of two beta chains. Activin-A is a member of TGF-beta superfamily with a wide range of biological activities including cell proliferation, differentiation, etc. >> Category: DNA
  • Author Photo Role of Futures Trading in Agricultural Marketing    By: Dr. Ravindra Singh Shekhawat

    Article focuses on futures trading, its advantage to the farming community of India. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Hermetic Storage: Safe and cheap technique for grain storage    By: Bhushan Bibwe

    The article is about the principal, mechanism, application and advantages of safe, simplest and cheapest technique of grain storage and preservation which practiced already in antiquity is used today in the industrialized world to keep insect pests from destroying grain stores >> Category: Applications
  • No Photo Cultural Practices of Plant Disease Management    By: Ashwini Kumar

    Disease is major threat in production of any crops, not only in the field but also in the growing substrate. Chemical is being tremendously used in agriculture which is harmful to the environment, soil, water and human beings. Cultural practices may be a better option to cure or prevent diseases >> Category: Issues
  • No Photo Microsatellite Marker and its Utility [PDF]    By: Prasenjit Debnath

    The article gives an overview of the basics of micro-satellite and its development; its types and how can it be used for the purpose of crop improvement. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Consequences of Amino Acid Substitutions on Protein Function    By: Deepak Vishwanathrao Pawar

    Positioning and properties of amino acids are key in determining the function of a protein. Mutations cause change in amino acid sequence of a proteins resulting in altered/modified function. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Major Problems in Fruiting of Horticultural Fruit Crops    By: Pravin L. Deshmukh

    It is common that the fruit grower is often faced with difficult situation of poor fruiting in his orchard. The tree may be in good health and may not show any apparent cause of the malady. The growth and fruitfulness of a plant is greatly influenced by various external as well as internal factors. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Prokaryotic Gene Regulation by Riboswitches    By: Anirudha Kumar Sahu

    The article highlights the existence of an RNA mediated prokaryotic gene regulation system present in the mRNA alone; which is more simpler than the protein mediated gene regulation, is cis-regulatory and is triggered by simpler molecules called ligands. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Metabolomics for Rice Blast Resistance    By: Deepak Vishwanathrao Pawar

    Rice blast is one of the most devastating and destructive diseases of rice worldwide. Metabolomics can help to study Rice-M. oryzae interaction and thereby identify important candidates for resistance >> Category: Biotech Research

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