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Edible Films and its Properties
Edible films are films prepared by using carbohydrate, lipid and protein and can be used as a packaging material for packing edible materials.
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Milk Derived Bioactive Peptides and its Importance in Human Health
Bioactive peptides are peptides generated through enzymatic and microbial activity in foods which coverts protein into smaller fragments of peptides
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Hydroponics Cultivation of Wheat
Hydroponics is defined as the science of growing plants in the absence of soil by providing them with chemical solutions containing artificial forms of nutrients, which the plants generally obtain from the soil. Growing wheat hydroponically for plant breeding purposes may hold emergence, yield and seed quality advantages compared to traditional planting methods. It can be concluded that the hydroponic system is more effective than pots with soil in terms of emergence and yield, to grow wheat in the greenhouse.
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Common Effects of Abiotic Stress Factors on Plants [PDF]
This article enlists different type of Abiotic stress factors which can inhibit plant germination, development, growth and productivity
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Significance of Lipids in Human Health
Lipids contribute to the major portion of flavour compounds in food stuffs. Lipids play an important role in human health as it provides energy, vitamins and essential fatty acids
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Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS)
This article explains Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) Components and Applications in Analytical Chemistry. It is modern technique which replaced AAS, ICP-OES with its highest analytical ability. It is instrument which will be used in every analytical chemistry lab and environmental research centers.
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Molecular Approaches in Crop Growth Regulators [PDF]
Plant growth regulators play an important role in growth and development of plants with the uses of PGRs the desirable gene can be expressed and thus helps incorporating in breeding programmes
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Pre-harvest Factors Affecting Shelf Life and Quality of Fruit Crops
Many of the decisions that we make during orchard management can greatly influence the shelf life and quality of fruits Thus, it is of utmost importance to consider the pre harvest factors that allow us to maximize the shelf life of fruits in marketing chain. These factors encompass production and management decisions concerning nutrition management, variety selection, irrigation and pest management.
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Effect of UV Radiation on Crop Plants
Plants use sunlight for photosynthesis and, as a consequence, are exposed to the ultraviolet (UV) radiation that is present in sunlight. UV radiation plays both positive and negative effects on plants which are discussed brief in this article.
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Genetic Fingerprinting Tools to Study Microbial Diversity
Several well-characterized molecular biological techniques can be applied for genetic analysis of microbial communities. The choice of the analysis method depends upon the complexity of the community, the expertise of personnel in the laboratory, the required depth of analysis, availability of instrumentation, and budget and time constraints
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Cultural Depended Tools for Deciphering Microbial Communities
Culturing of microorganisms continues to be an important method for gaining better understanding of specific organisms. But this method is inadequate to represent the complex microbial communities often seen in the natural environments.
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Molecular Markers: Genetic Distance and Mapping Population Concept [PDF]
Markers are important for identifying the respected traits for incorporating in breeding programme
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Microorganisms for Crop Plants to Combat Climate Change [PDF]
Climate change refers to any change in climate over time, whether due to natural variability or as a result of human activity. But according to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), climate change refers to a change of climate that is attributed directly or indirectly to human activity; the composition of the global atmosphere is altered, in addition to natural climate variability observed over comparable time periods.
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Impact of Climate Change on Marine Biodiversity
The current state of knowledge highlights the need for a more comprehensive, multispecies approach to ecosystem-level analyses in order to better track and forecast changing marine ecosystems. Research needs span laboratory and field process studies, manipulative experiments, observational networks, historical data synthesis, and modeling from small-scale process simulations to large-scale coupled biophysical models. Especially important is the establishment of long-term, biologically oriented, and ecosystem-based observational systems
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Enhancing Farmers Income through Horticultural Technologies
The enhancement of the income of small and marginal farmers is thus important for the agricultural growth, poverty reduction, food and livelihood security in India. To achieve this factors which can improve productivity and profitability like efficient resource management, canopy management, protected cultivation, value addition and market linkages are need to be adopted.
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Volatiles: The key player in Plant-Insect Interactions [PDF]
Plants emit a substantial portion of their fixed carbon back into the atmosphere in the form of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This process costs plants a large portion of fixed energy that could otherwise be allocated for growth, development and reproduction and thus volatiles have been implicated in a range of ecological functions. Additionally, volatile emission also serves a role in a range of ecological functions including pollinator attraction, plant–pathogen and plant–plant interactions. Volatiles also function as direct defences by acting as feeding deterrents.
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The Vicious Cycle of Mal and Mall Nutrition
Many developing countries have achieved a remarkable improvement in nutrition status in the past decades. However, the prevalence of under nutrition remains a serious problem. At the same time, the prevalence of obesity is increasing substantially, and in some countries, it has approached that of developed countries. The increased life expectancy, urbanization, and unhealthy lifestyle characterized by a shift towards a sedentary lifestyle are considered the main drivers of epidemiological transition
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Seed Quality Assessment through Non- Destructive Techniques
Non-destructive technique is rapid, accurate, reliable and simple tools for quality assessment of seeds. Tools for variety identification and classification, quality grading, damage detection, insect infestation detection, and viability and germination ability prediction. In future these Non-destructive methods may become an emerging trend seed quality testing field
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Functional Food: The Need of Healthy Life
One of the recent phenomena in contemporary discussion of eating is Functional Foods, i.e. foods marketed as promoting health or reducing the risk of disease. Health professionals are gradually recognizing the role of phytochemicals in health enhancement, aided in part by the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990
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Mitigate Climate Change through Studies on Plant Responses [PDF]
Due to climate change it effect plants growth and development and they have to survive the adverse climatic condition through various physiological response.

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Pursuing Doctoral degree in Genetics & Plant Breeding from Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology.
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I am a scientist (Agricultural Process engineering) at ICAR- Central Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and Technology, Abohar (Punjab)
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I am Ph.D. student at Rajasthan Agriculural Research Institute. Jaipur
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I am working as Assistant Professor(Horticulture),KVK,Surat at Navsari Agricultural University, Complete Masters in Vegetable Science (2015).
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I am a 2nd year MSc plant biotechnology student at Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Agricultural University, pursuing Masters in plant biotechnology.
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I am Ph.D. Scholar, Department of Plant Pathology MPUA&T, Udaipur
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Ph. D. Scholar (Plant Pathology)
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I am working as Assistant Professor (II) in Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida (India). My thrust area of working in the field of advanced enzyme technology and nanbiotechnology.

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Commented by: Bhadre S D - 2018-03-22
really important information explained in a simple wayrngreat workrn
Commented by: ELAINE - 2018-03-19
Excellent article. You may like to know that the green hulls of black walnuts are used by other older cultures (North American Indians) to make a tincture as an effective, popular remedy for giardia, amebica infections in the intestines, worms, and such parasites. I have used it time and again, as l am prone to parasites. Although walnuts grow everywhere here, l have to order the tincture from overseas, at great cost. There is huge market potential for making black walnut tincture here, as more and more people want to deal with intestinal parasites with natural, proven-effective medicines. I would love to see it happen. It is easy to produce. Until then, l will be collecting walnut hulls and making my own tincture--which takes 4-6 weeks to mature, otherwise l have to pay about rs. 5000 for a 20 ml. bottle by the time it gets here. Please take advantage of this great business opportunity. Write me if interested. Thank you.
Commented by: Sultan Farrouk Beardsley - 2018-03-15
Good stuff!
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Nice article
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Kindly mention the amount of the chemicals required for preparation of these reagents.

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