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  • No Photo Role of Micronutrients in Animal health    By: Deepa Joshi

    Micronutrients or 'trace elements' has a very important role to play in sustaining better animal growth and development and thereby overall health. The supplementatation of optimum amount of micronutrients in animal diet leads to improved animal production however their deficiency leads to severe growth reduction and depress its production. Therefore micronutrients though they are required in trace amounts are equally important for them as they are for plant and human beings. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Secondary Metabolites in Fruit Crops: Health Benefits    By: Sunil Kumar

    Plant-based foods, such as fruits and nuts contain significant amounts of bioactive phytochemicals, may provide desirable health benefits beyond basic nutrition to reduce the risk of chronic diseases. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Recent Advances on Gene Transfer Methods in Fruit Crops    By: Sunil Kumar

    Agrobacterium-mediated transformation and microprojectile bombardment based transformation are standard laboratory techniques in plant labs. However in the recent past development of alternative marker free system technology and cisgenics are some other relevant advance in fruit species transformation. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Can Mycobacterium Tuberculosis be Starved to Death?    By: Vipin Chandra Kalia

    Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a pathogen, which causes tuberculosis resulting in millions of human deaths every year. Attempts to treat tuberculosis with increasing and persistent doses of antibiotics have proved counterproductive. The undue stress caused by heavy doses of antibiotics induced bacteria to evolve and become multi-drug resistant. Comparative genomic reveals a few novel drug targets to contain the disease. >> Category: Bioinformatics
  • No Photo Can Bacteria Produce Blockbuster Antibacterial: The Penicillin?    By: Vipin Chandra Kalia

    Indiscriminate usage of antibiotics has resulted in emergence of multi-drug resistant microbes. Shall we look for novel antibiotics / producers, and /or transform presently non-producers to producers by genetically modifying the antibiotic production machinery? Comparative genomics reveal bacteria can produce antibiotic - penicillin. >> Category: Bioinformatics
  • No Photo Package and Practices of Pop corn (Zea mays var. everta)    By: Deepa Joshi

    Popcorn, which is most primitive of the surviving race of corn, climatic requirements along with its method of sowing, harvesting , varieties recommended for different areas and its popping quality >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Role of Geographical Indication in Fruit Crops    By: Praveen Kumar Mishra

    Geographical indication (GI) is a name or indication used for identifying specific trait/quality/reputation of goods specific to geographical region, locality or origin. The popular fruit cultivars can be conserved under GI to avail economic prosperity of producers in their geographical territory. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Integrated Nutrient Management: Concept and Components    By: Rajendra Kumar Yadav

    IPNS is defined as maintenance or adjustment of soil fertility and supply of plant nutrient to an optimum level for sustaining the desired crop productivity through optimization of benefit from all possible resources of plant nutrients in an integrated manner. IPNS is used to maintain or adjust soil fertility and plant nutrient supply to achieve a given level of crop production >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Trichoderma and its Benefits    By: Ajit Kumar Dubedi Anal

    Trichoderma spp., are free-living fungi that are common occurring in soil. They release a variety of compounds that induce localized or systemic resistance responses in plants. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Role of Protected Cultivation in Fruit Crops    By: Praveen Kumar Mishra

    Protected cultivation (PC) is climate control production systems to minimise the chemical, pesticides residue in pomological produce. PC system offers great scope to produce organic fruit, minimize insect pest incidence, avoid fruit cracking, prevent frost injury, hardening of tissue culture as well as cuttings budded layered and grafted plants. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Mass Production Techniques of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi    By: Ajit Kumar Dubedi Anal

    Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi form symbiotic associations with the roots of plants. Numerous techniques have been developed in the for the mass production of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi. The main obstacle behind the mass production techniques of AM fungi is the obligate nature of this fungus and species level identification of AM fungal species could not be possible at the early stage of development. In-vitro cultivation methods such as root organ culture and hydroponic system has most widely used for the mass production of AM fungi. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Evolution in Agriculture with 1-Methylcyclopropene    By: Rajni Sinha

    Endogenous ethylene production is an essential part of ripening of climacteric fruit but it is avoidable for long storage purpose which can be controlled by 1-MCP >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Probiotics and its Benefits    By: Ajit Kumar Dubedi Anal

    Probiotics are the live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host. They play important roles in regulating proper intestinal function and digestion - by balancing intestinal microflora. >> Category: Microbiology
  • No Photo Biofertilizers for Sustainable Agriculture    By: Ajit Kumar Dubedi Anal

    Biofertilizers are defined as preparations containing living cells or latent cells of efficient strains of microorganisms that help crop plants uptake of nutrients by their interactions in the rhizosphere when applied through seed or soil. They accelerate certain microbial processes in the soil which augment the extent of availability of nutrients in a form easily assimilated by plants. Use of biofertilizers is one of the important components of integrated nutrient management, as they are cost effective and renewable source of plant nutrients to supplement the chemical fertilizers for sustainable agriculture. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo A new ecological INVERT SUGAR SYRUP    By: Jimmy Metahysa

    A new business opportunity, the product which will make all previous acid based syrups obsolete. I provide a full report and seek partners to make this a global product. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • No Photo Different Delivery Systems of Trichoderma spp.    By: Ajit Kumar Dubedi Anal

    For diseases control, delivery and establishment of Trichoderma to the site of action is very important. The most common methods of application of Trichoderma are seed treatment, seed biopriming, root treatment, soil application and foliar spraying/wound dressing. Seed treatment Seed coating with Trichoderma is one of the easy and effective methods of delivering the antagonist for the management of seed/soil-borne diseases. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Plant Growth Regulators (PGR): Cornerstone in modern cucurbit hybrid seed production    By: Rajesh Kumar Sharma

    Cucurbit crops are insect pollinated, and the introduction of honey bee colonies into cucurbit seed production fields is an essential step for success. However, isolation is required to prevent out crossing, both for open pollinated cultivars and hybrid cucurbit seeds. Understanding the role of phytohormones and growth regulators in sex expression of cucurbits has greatly facilitated hybrid seed production. Application of the correct PGR at the appropriate time and concentration is a cornerstone in modern cucurbit seed production. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Quorum Sensing and Bioremediation    By: Jyotsana Prakash

    Biodegradation of organic matter present in the waste water and effluents emanating from domestic and industrial sources is limited by the availability of material to microbes. Biosurfactants produced by Pseudomonas, Burkholderia and Bacillus through the phenomenon of quorum sensing promotes rapid biodegradation and bioremediation. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • No Photo Microbial Polyhydroxyalkanoate Co-polymers From Biowastes    By: Subhasree Ray

    Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHAs) are natural, biodegradable biopolymers. These can be used to replace petro-plastics. Bacteria can produce PHAs from diverse substrates. In general, bacteria produce polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB). PHBs have poor commercial value due to their brittle nature and low strength. Whereas, co-polymers of PHA, have high economic viability, as these can be produced from different biowastes. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • No Photo The Battle: Microbes versus Vaccines, Antibiotics and Antipathogens    By: Vipin Chandra Kalia

    The ubiquitous nature of microbes reflects upon their metabolic diversity and ability to evolve rapidly to counter any environmental stress. They are bestowed with a unique arsenal to infect eukaryotic cells leading to the disease condition. Strategies have been developed to fight diseases: (i) vaccines to prevent bacterial attack, (ii) antibiotics to kill bacteria, and (iii) antipathogens, to prevent them from becoming virulent. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • No Photo Partial Root Zone Drying : An Advanced Approach of Irrigation    By: Rajni Sinha

    Evaluating the pressures associated with climate change, population growth and deteriorating agricultural practices generates a irrigation management technique as PRD that reduce water use without a decline in yield, and tends to increase in water use efficiency >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Biodiesel Industry Waste: Bane or Boon    By: Vipin Chandra Kalia

    Biodiesel is an efficient substitute for conventional and non-renewable petroleum diesel. It is less polluting and cheaper than petro-diesel. However, for every 10 tonnes of biodiesel produced, 1 tonne of glycerol rich effluent needs to be disposed. Interestingly, the effluent can be metabolized into valued added products such as butanediol, biohydrogen, bioplastics, etc. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Author Photo Synthetic Seeds and their Uses    By: Pawan Kumar

    Plant propagation using artificial or synthetic seeds make a promising technique for propagation of transgenic plants, non-flowering plants, polyploidy with elite traits and plant lines with problems in seed propagation. These bypass the recombination breeding and can bring the advancement of biotechnology to the doorsteps of the farmers in a cost effective manners. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Author Photo Nutritional Food Security Through Organic Horticulture    By: Praveen Kumar Mishra

    Mostly fruits and vegetables are produced by the farmers but their family members particularly children's are affected from essential nutrient components. Organic cultivation are sustainable, environmental friendly and nutritionally superior. Therefore a need of organic horticulture production mainly fruits and vegetables for ensuring nutritional food security. Organic production gives not only quality horticulture produce but also helps in conserve the natural resources, resolve ecological troubles with the reduction of soil, air and water pollution. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Risk Assessment in Transgenic Crops    By: Dr. Rohini Sreevathsa

    The utility of transgenic crops in sustainability of agriculture is a well-known phenomenon. However, acceptance of the transgene in a crop especially a food crop needs ample evidence on its safety. Risk assessment of these transgenics therefore proves the safety of these crops in a scientific manner. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Drought and Heat Stress: Constraints and Opportunities    By: Prashant Raghunath Shingote

    Article is about the advancement of molecular studies; identification, cloning and introgression of target loci become faster. Candidate genes which are directly and indirectly involved in abiotic stress tolerance are having great future. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Bioenergy and Bioproducts through Bacterial Quorum Sensing    By: Jyotsana Prakash

    A unique bacterial communication system called as Quorum Sensing (QS) operates at high cell densities. QS allows them to express certain phenotypes, such as biofilm formation, which can be exploited for producing value added products - bioenergy and bioproducts from biowastes. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • No Photo Double Haploids: A Promising Tool in Plant Breeding    By: Prashant Raghunath Shingote

    I have completed my graduation and post graduation in Agricultural biotechnology. From last 4-5 years I have been working on different aspects of plant molecular genetics and functional genomics. I have published nearby 10 publication maximum of which are in peer reviewed journals having impact factors. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Integrated Management of Litchi Mite    By: Dr. Kuldeep Srivastava

    Litchi mite is a major problem and can be managed by pruning and removal of infested twigs/ shoots just after harvesting of the fruit before new emergence of new flush. Further 2 spray of chlorfenapyr 10 EC (3ml/l) or propargite 57 EC (3ml/l) at 15 days interval during July. Pruning of newly infested twigs during October and spray with chlorfenapyr 10 EC (3ml/l) or propargite 57 EC (3ml/l). >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Litchi: Nutritional Value and Health Benefits    By: Manvendra Singh

    Litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.) is a sub-tropical evergreen sapindaceous fruit crop. It is well known for its bright red, attractive luscious fruit possessing abundant nutritional benefits. >> Category: Agriculture

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Article: How a Baby Develops Inside Mother's Womb: From an Embryo to a Child - Comment by: abdul k - 2016-09-27

Allah say..in the quran 5 things which know one knows..
1)The judgement day.(qayamat Kab hogi)
2)Rain.(Barsaat Kab hogi)
3)Dead.(insaan Kab marenga)
4)Tomorrow.insaan kal kya karega.
5)Mother woman.(maa ke pet main ladka hai Ya ladki.

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Article: Microbial Production of Vitamin B12 - Comment by: hamini - 2016-09-26

Good article. I was able to understand it clearly.

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Article: Microbial Polyhydroxyalkanoate Co-polymers From Biowastes - Comment by: Ravi Kumar - 2016-09-22

Excellent area of research, specially bio-conversion of feed material to valuable bioproducts

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Article: How a Baby Develops Inside Mother's Womb: From an Embryo to a Child - Comment by: Samuel Tan - 2016-09-21

Man is unable to explain how a fetus is form from a female egg and from a male sperm. Seems that man can only observe what had happened in the process of forming the fetus, (which your article explains, thank you) but not to explain how fetus formed in the womb. Who decides a cell is to become a back bone or part of an eye?

God already explained this here:
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I was woven together in the depths of the earth. Psalm 139: 14-15 NIV.

Blessings to you...Samuel.

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Article: Application of Genetic Engineering in Bioremediation: Deinococcus Radiodurans - Comment by: Ashwin Jayale - 2016-09-21

Hi
This is ashwin from ICRISAT
interested in stuff related toBioremidiation
please give me further detail about metal chealating.

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Article: Colorful Bacteria - Comment by: archana limbore - 2016-09-20

Iam interested in pigmented bacteria and you gave very useful information.

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Article: New Stem Cell Technique for Tissue Repairing is about to be Launched - Comment by: aza - 2016-09-20

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. From more than one lab.

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Article: Green and Purple Sulfur Bacteria - Comment by: Sam - 2016-09-14

Really nice article, collection of so many information in a single page, I really appreciate and wish you for your upcoming articles.

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Article: Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic mRNA - Comment by: preeti upadhyay - 2016-08-31

Thanks for this sumup

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Article: Greenhouse Effect - Importance and Types - Comment by: rajkumar - 2016-08-30

I like this article. It is simple and easy to observe. I use this article for my examination... Awesome

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Article: Toxic Fibers and Fabrics - Comment by: Sonali Bhawsar - 2016-08-29

Dear Linda,

Investigation is required to know effect of IR on nylon fibre.

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