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CONSERVATION OF BIO – DIVERSITY OF ULTAPANI FOREST RANGE UNDER HOLTUGAON DIVISION, MANAS BIOSPHERE RESERVE, ASSAM THROUGH COMMUNITY CONSERVATION PROGRAM  [PDF]
Santa Paul,N. Devi,C. K. Baruah,G. C. Sharma
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Ultapani is one of a “hotspot” area situated in Holtugaon forest division under Manas Biosphere Reserve, Assam. Ultapani forest range is located in between 26068.18// N to26081.18// N and 90024.44// E to 90041.90// E. Vegetation of the forest is unique in the world as most of its plants are evergreen and semi-evergreen. It consists of lots of floristically diverse plants, of which some of them are rare, endangered and threatened. Some plants along the bank of river “Samukha” of Ultapani forest range under Holtugaon division produce pneumatophore like Mangrove vegetation of coastal area. It is one of the most interesting and unique characteristic which is found only in Ultapani forest range of Assam. Another interesting observation is the presence of a hot water spring in Samukha rivulet which can be cited as another report of hot spring from Assam. Ultapani forest range is also known as “butterfly zone”. But availability of most species of the forest is now threaten due to over exploitation of natural resources and forest encroached by unauthorized settlement in the forest area by economically poor people.So the authors feel that it is an urgent need for conservation of this unique vegetation of Ultapani forest range under Holtugaon division mainly through alternative livelihood programme. The authors have already attempted to study and conserve the natural habitat of these forest floras through community conservation programme assisted by Ministry of Environment and Forest, Govt. of India.
Eternal Bengal Eternal Bengal  [cached]
Ranabir Samaddar
Scienza & Politica : per una Storia delle Dottrine , 2011, DOI: 10.6092/issn.1825-9618/2715
Abstract: Eternal Bengal
Mortality pattern in non human primates in Assam, India  [cached]
Bichitra Gopal Nath,Apurba Chakraborty
Veterinary World , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/vetworld.2013.39-41
Abstract: Aim: The study was conducted to know the mortality pattern in non human primates in Assam. Materials and Methods: A total of 27 deaths were recorded in six different species of non human primates of Assam State Zoo and Department of Forest and Environment, Government of Assam during the period from August, 2009 to December, 2009. The cause of death was determined on the basis of gross and histopathological examinations conducted at Department of Pathology, College of Veterinary Science, Assam Agricultural University, Khanapara, Guwahati, Assam. Results: The causes of death attributed to specific diseases in non human primates were tuberculosis (22.22%), pneumonia (18.57%), enteritis (11.11%), encephalitis (11.11%), nephritis (11.11%), septicaemia (03.7%), malignant neoplasm (03.7%), zygomycotic gastritis (03.7%), traumatic injury (03.7%), poisoning (03.7%), stress (03.7%) and senility (03.7%). Conclusion: The study viewed that it is important to know the causes of death of non human primates for preservation and conservation of these endangered wild species. [Vet World 2013; 6(1.000): 39-41]
The Economic Evaluation of Manas Epic Poem
Diren ?akmak
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2009,
Abstract: In the study, the economic evaluation of Manas Epic Poem is inspected. In the literature of economic history, the usage of works from folk literature with the aim to understand the economic events in the history, is a widespreadly used method. However, the difference of this study is the reading of the work from folk literature in itself. In the study, Weber’s and Sombart’s views are used theoretically and content analysis is used as a research method. With the study, the economic mentality hinted by Manas Epic Poem is determined, the economic and social life in the Epic Poem is explained and the hero of the Epic Poem,Manas Han’s views about ownership are illuminated. It is thought that the study is original, considering the fact that economic reading of the Epic Poem has been realized for the first time.
Feminism in Assam
Dr. Gulab Jha
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Assam like in other parts of India followed the law given by Manu. Manu established a patriarchal system and women were given a position of subordination and subjugation. Women were taught to be feminist and feminine woman do not want higher education, career and independence, Those who did were frowned upon by not only males but by their own sex as well. All they had to do was to devote their lives from early girlhood to find a husband and bearing children for him. There was no way she could even dream about herself except as her children's mother or her husband's wife.The women did not even have the freedom to choose their husbands. After their marriage they were advised on how to keep their husbands happy at home and it was generally considered their fault if the men turned elsewhere for their pleasure.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis in Assam  [cached]
Baishya B,Hazarika N
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1996,
Abstract: A case of cutaneous leishmaniasis is being reported from Assam, a North Eastern state of India. Clinical feature and direct smear examination of the case confirmed the diagnosis. Dramatic resolution of the lesions with sodium antimony gluconate during 10 days of therapy was achieved.
PROF. DR. AHMET BURAN, KUR UNLANAN TüRKOLOJ , MANAS YAYINCILIK, ELAZI 2007, 396 s.  [PDF]
Dr. Ercan ALKAYA
Turkish Studies , 2007,
Abstract: REVIEW: PROF. DR. AHMET BURAN, KUR UNLANAN TüRKOLOJ , MANAS YAYINCILIK, ELAZI 2007, 396 s.
Malaria in Assam: A challenge  [cached]
Pardal Maninder Pal,Bhalwar Rajvir,Mehta Vijay,Mahendraker Ajay
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: Research Question: What is the trend of malaria and proportion of Plasmodium falciparum infections amongst troops of the Army units deployed in Assam over the last 5 years? Study Design: Retrospective cross -sectional descriptive study. Setting: Army units deployed in the state of Assam over the last 5 years. Participants: Population of army units deployed in the state of Assam over the last 5 years. Statistical Analysis: Percentage, Chi square. Results: Malaria contributed to 3.60% to 7% of all hospital admissions over the period of 5 years. The overall malaria incidence showed a significantly increasing trend during the study period. (Chi square for linear trend = 5.19; P = 0.023). Out of these, P falciparum contributed 86% to 98%. The proportion of P falciparum infections showed a significantly increasing trend from 2005 to 2006. (Yate′s corrected Chi square = 7.123; P = 0.008).
Congenital malformations in Assam  [cached]
Dutta Hemonta,Bhattacharyya N,Sarma J,Kusre Giriraj
Journal of Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons , 2010,
Abstract: Aim : To determine the annual incidence of congenital malformations in Assam and to analyze the data. Materials and Methods : Data regarding babies born with congenital malformations in the state of Assam during the year 2006 were obtained through questionnaires and analyzed. The results were compared with similar Indian data. Results : The overall incidence of congenital malformation was 0.08%. This was considerably lower than similar published data from other states. Five hundred and eleven babies were born with congenital malformations, with 421 (82.4%) having major malformations. Males were affected more than females, 334 (65.4%) vs. 177 (34.6%). The gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems accounted for 26% and 25.8%, respectively. Malformation involving the central nervous system was more common in certain ethnic groups. Conclusions : The incidence of malformations in certain systems was at variance with the data from other states.
The Silk Industry Of Assam Its Origin, Growth And Importance In The Economy Of Assam
Rekha Kalita
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Silk has been recogniged as a textile fibre. Sericulture, on which the silk industry survives, is an agroindustry, the end product of which is silk. It provides jobs and generates income in the rural areas. Assam is the only place where muga silk is produced and is well known for silk textiles both mulberry,muga and endi textiles. The silk weavers possess the very highest skill in their craft and it is probable that under competent and energetic direction with the assistance of capital, the industry could be revived and extended.
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