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  • No Photo Synthesis of Nanomaterials- Biological Route vs. Physical and Chemical Route    By: Sanobar Kazi

    Biological synthesis of Aluminium Oxide Nanoparticles and its applications. Nanomaterials can be synthesized by employing physical and chemical route; but they at severely limit their use in biomecine with an overall increase in production costs. Fabrication of nanomaterials employing biological route using plant extracts overcomes the chemical and physical limitations as it is non-toxic,cheap,reliable and occurs at ambient conditions of temperature and pH. >> Category: Nanotechnology
  • No Photo Biochar: It's Impact on Soil Health    By: Sunita Gaind

    Production of biochar from pyrolysis of agricultural residues and its application to soil has been proposed as one of the effective management measure to soil fertility. However, certain uncertainties associated with biochar application need extensive research. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Viral Nanotehnology (VNPs): An Emerging Field    By: Dr. Anita Singh

    Viral nanotechnology is an emerging field of nanotechnology. VNPs have a potential for application in various fields such as biomedicine, pharmacology, separation science, catalytic chemistry, crop pest control and material science. The engineered VNPs could open up more possibilities in medicine, industry and science. >> Category: Nanotechnology
  • No Photo The History of Corn    By: Vaibhav P. Chaudhary

    Maize (Zea mays), also called corn, is believed to have originated in central Mexico 7000 years ago from a wild grass, and Native Americans transformed maize into a better source of food. Maize and its closest wild relatives, the teosintes, differ strikingly in the morphology of their female inflorescences or ears. Despite their divergent morphologies, several studies indicate that some varieties of teosinte are cytologically indistinguishable from maize and capable of forming fully fertile hybrids with maize. Thus, different hypothesis enumerating progress toward morphological evolution of maize from teosinte has been discussed. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Gene Bookmarking - To keep the molecular pages open    By: Rama Prashat G

    The genetic material is transferred to the daughter cells and in subsequent generations through mitosis. Cells must have a way to remember the genes which are active before cell division and must follow the same pattern through mitosis into daughter cells. To remember which genes were active before the onset of mitosis, the active genes are in some way 'marked' and the daughter cells reassemble the transcriptional machinery on the promoters of those active genes. 'Gene bookmarking' is one of the mechanisms by which the phenotype is remembered through cell lineages. >> Category: Genetics
  • Author Photo DNA Metabarcoding: A Rapid Method of Biodiversity Assessment    By: Dr. Suresh Kaushik

    DNA metabarcoding refers to the automated identification of multiple species from a single bulk sample containing entire organisms. This offers unprecedented scientific and operation opportunities in order to understand biodiversity distribution and dynamics in a better way. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Hydroxyapatite Nanoparticles: An application in Nanobiotechnology    By: Priti Ankush Jagtap

    This article discusses about Hydroxyapatite Nanoparticles and their applications and future prospects for human health. >> Category: Nanotechnology
  • Author Photo Bacterial Spores as Biorecognition Molecules    By: Nimisha Tehri

    An attempt to explore the potential of bacterial spores for their use as biorecognition molecules for development of biosensors for detection of different types of contaminants of microbial and non-microbial origin in food products in order to ensure food safety and quality assurance >> Category: Industry News
  • No Photo Mutation Breeding - Types and Characterstics    By: Dr. Satish Kumar

    This article discusses about the different aspects of Mutation Breeding. Mutation is a sudden heritable change in a characteristic of an organism. >> Category: Biology
  • No Photo Wide Hybridization: Barriers and Breeding procedures    By: Dr. Satish Kumar

    Hybridization between individuals from different species, belonging to the same genus or two different genera, is termed as distant or wide hybridization. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Management of Insect Pests of Sorghum    By: P. Swathi

    Sorghum is one of the most important cereals in the semi-arid tropics. Avoidable losses have been estimated to be over 32% in India due to various insect pests. Various insect pests are borers (shoot fly, stem borer), ear head borers (ear head caterpillar, shoot bug, ear head bug),and sap feeders (sorghum midge). Major insect pests and their management is described >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Methods of DNA Shuffling    By: Rohini Bansode

    Information on methods of DNA shuffling and their applications in different areas. Tools to generate recombined genes. Applications and advantages of DNA shuffling. >> Category: DNA
  • No Photo Carbon Trading: The Future Money Venture for India    By: Mahesh Kumar Malav

    India qualifies to be a host country for the CDM projects only. India is considered as one of the most potential countries in the world for CDM projects. This is due to its large power sector that depends on fossil fuels, and to the proactive policies of the Indian government towards CDM. The power sector alone is estimated to emit 433 million tonnes of CO2 per annum. The total CO2 reduction potential through CDM projects in India is estimated to be around 300 million tonnes. The largest potential is in the renewable energy sector with 90 million tonnes CO2 equivalents. The total expected average annual CER's from registered projects by India are about 22 million having a 15% world share. Hence the India has a large potential to earn carbon credits and in this context the carbon consultancy service has a greater part to play and is going to add a new dimension to the Environmental consultancy and financial services arena (Energy Information Administration, 2011). >> Category: Issues
  • No Photo Allele Mining in Crop Improvement: Prospects and Potentials    By: Kundansingh R. Jadhao

    Allele mining is a promising approach to dissect naturally occurring allelic variation at candidate genes controlling key agronomic traits which has potential applications in crop improvement programs. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • Author Photo Microbial Metal Bioaccumulation [PDF]    By: Fayaz Ahmad Malla

    Heavy-metal pollution represents an important environmental problem due to the toxic effects of metals, and their accumulation throughout the food chain leads to serious ecological and health problems. Metal remediation through common physico-chemical techniques is expensive and unsuitable in case of voluminous effluents containing complexing organic matter and low metal contamination. Biotechnological approaches that are designed to cover such niches have, therefore, received great deal of attention in the recent years. Biosorption studies involving low-cost and often dead/pre-treated biomass have dominated the literature and, subsequently, extensive reviews focusing on equilibrium and kinetics of metal Biosorption have also come up. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • Author Photo Environmental Informatics and its Applications    By: Fayaz Ahmad Malla

    Environmental informatics is the science of information applied to environmental science. As such, it provides the information processing and communication infrastructure to the interdisciplinary field of environmental sciences aiming at data, information and knowledge integration, the application of computational intelligence to environmental data as well as the identification of environmental impacts of information technology. The UK Natural Environment Research Council defines environmental informatics as the "research and system development focusing on the environmental sciences relating to the creation, collection, storage, processing, modelling, interpretation, display and dissemination of data and information". Environmental informatics emerged in early 1990 in Central Europe. >> Category: Bioinformatics
  • Author Photo Methanotrophs: As an Environmental Remedy    By: Lal Chand Malav

    Methanotrophic bacteria are inimitable and ubiquitous bacteria that utilize methane as a sole source of carbon and energy from the atmosphere. They are highly specialized group of aerobic bacteria and have a unique capacity for oxidation of certain types of organic pollutants like alkanes, aromatics, halogenated alkenes, etc. Oxidation reactions are initiated by the methane monooxygenases enzyme, which can be expressed by methanotrophs in the absence of copper. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Author Photo Managing Physiological Disorders of Tomato in India    By: Dr. (Ms) Kavita

    While tomatoes are easy to grow, diseases and disorders can damage plants and reduce crop yields. Tomato growers in India run into many different fruit problems each year. This article attempts to describe symptoms, give probable causes or explanations, and control measures wherever possible for managing physiological disorders of tomato. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Xenobiotic Compounds and Their Types    By: Rohini Bansode

    Present article describes about the xenobiotic compounds and types of recalcitrant xenobiotic compounds. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo Bioplastics - As Green Alternative to Plastics    By: Sandeep Kumar

    The use of plastics has shown a negative impact on the environment from the aspects of human health and there is need to overcome these effects. This can be achieved with the help of bioplastics which are produced from renewable biomass sources. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Author Photo Phytoremediation: Super-plants Technology to Clean up the Environment    By: Rohini Bansode

    Toxic heavy metals have led to the contamination of environment and are harmful to the human health. Phytoremediation is the use of green plants and their associated microorganisms, soil amendments and agronomic practices to remove, contain or render harmless environmental contaminants. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • No Photo ATP Synthase: Structure and Function    By: Sukumar Taria

    ATP synthase is an enzyme which catalyse the conversion of ADP and Pi into ATP in chloroplast and mitochondria. It contain 9 different sub-units. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Landslides Causes and Prevention: A Major Natural Disaster    By: Dr. A. K. Trivedi

    Landslides are major natural disaster which frequently occur in Central Himalayan Region (CHR) and affect life of human as well as animals, damage agriculture and impedes progress. The severity of damage depends on the affected population's resilience. But by adopting certain precautionary measures impact can be minimized. Directly or indirectly natural disasters affect our environment and natural resources. These affect the ecosystem (food chain); any disturbance in ecosystem may cause long lasting effects. A natural disaster can cause loss of life or damage property and typically leaves some economic damage in its wake. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Sheep Production System in Rajasthan | Sheep Wool and Meat    By: Dr. Prawin Arya

    The study was undertaken to examine the trends in sheep production system in Rajasthan. Although, sheep population increased impressively in Rajasthan since independence, but there was a decreasing trend in the recent past in the state and in almost all the districts. Wool production showed a declining trend and sheep meat production showed moderate growth in the state. The decline in wool production in the state could be on account of decrease in sheep population, low price and poor handling of wool. The temporary migration was found to be declining and permanent migration was increasing with an overall increasing trend in sheep migration in the state. Therefore, to sustain sheep production system in the state, urgent attention is needed for subsidized fodder and feed during drought, effective and subsidised credit to arrest the distress sale of animals, development of processing facilities and reforms in the small ruminant markets. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Ethylene: Ripening Hormone    By: Sukumar Taria

    Ethylene is the only gaseous hormone in the plant system. Methionine is the precursor of ethylene and ACC is the penultimate precursor. Structure, biosynthesis and measurement of ethylene. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo GABA Shunt: Biosynthesis and Metabolic Role in Plants    By: Sukumar Taria

    GABA is synthesized in cytosol which is transported to mitochondria where it is converted to succinic acid to metabolize into TCA cycle. It levels increases in response to biotic and abiotic stress. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Almond Cultivation, Uses and Varieties    By: Dr. A. K. Trivedi

    A detailed article about Almond cultivation practices, nutritional value, uses and suitable varieties in Central Himalayan region. Horticultural crops form a crucial part of the agricultural production. India is the second largest producer of fruits in the world. Cultivation as well as processing of these crops generates significant employment opportunities. Fruits are rich source of vitamins, minerals, proteins and carbohydrates that are essential in human diet. Hence, fruits need to be incorporated as essential constituent of human diet in order to avoid malnutrition. In terms of production per hectare, output of horticultural crops is more than 6 times that of cereals. Although, during the past two decades, area, production, productivity, availability and export of horticultural crops has increased manifold, which provided ample opportunities for employment generation and effective land use planning. But some important fruit crops like almond are not popular among farmers which have ample scope in Central Himalayan Region (CHR) besides having high nutritional and antioxidant value. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Management of Insect Pests of Wheat    By: Dr. Vikas Gupta

    Every year on an average 20 - 25% of wheat is lost due to insect pests and diseases. The situation is further aggravated on storage. The termites, aphids, armyworm, American pod borer and brown mite are the major pests of wheat. Major insect pests and their management is described. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Food Security through On-Farm Conservation of Agro-biodiversity    By: Dr. A. K. Trivedi

    Conservation and sustainable utilization of agro-biodiversity play vital roles to support poverty alleviation, ensure food security and enhance livelihood measures. On-farm conservation of agricultural biodiversity deals with conservation, use and management of genetic variation in farmers' fields that supports continuity of the dynamic evolutionary processes of genetic resources and ecological services, provides indigenous communities with ownership of and access to genetic resources and delivers options for improving livelihood measures specifically to resource-poor farmers. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Production of Quality Planting Material of Horticultural Crops    By: Dr. A. K. Trivedi

    Availability of planting material of good quality is one of the most important elements of successful horticultural production. Planting material available to small-scale farmers in different areas is often of insufficient quality, which undermines potential yield and performance of crop production. Raising the quality planting material locally to be used by local farmers is itself a challenge. Moreover, availability of suitable climatic conditions ensures that an area is suited or not to produce almost all the fruit crops. Therefore, awareness and technical knowledge for production of planting material of horticultural crops may revolutionize economy of farmers. >> Category: Agriculture

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