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Medicinal plants in G.G.V. Campus, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh in central India
International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants , 2012,
Abstract: Herbal medicines used for treatment of various diseases are of significant value throughout the world. Among the plant diversity some of them have great potential to treat many diseases which are referred as medicinal plants. The main aim of the present study is to focus on the diversity of medicinal plants for further utility and conservation. Current research is a useful account on medicinal plants flora in Central University Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur Campus. A survey on medicinal plant diversity was made during August 2009 to December 2010 in G. G. V., Campus, Bilaspur (Chhatisgarh). After field survey, observed medicinal plants were listed followed by botanical name, family, habit, part used, uses and propagation with the help of available literature. Total of 157 medicinal plants species belonging to 58 families were recorded, which indicate the heterogeneous floristic composition in the University campus. Maximum species diversity was recorded under the family Fabaceae. Over the recorded medicinal plants 70.06 % plants are propagated by their seeds. Herbaceous medicinal plants showed their maximum presence in the Campus.
Chemical management of Alternaria blight of broad bean
Indian Phytopathology , 2012,
Abstract: Contaf (hexaconazole) inhibited percentage growth of Alternaria alternata in vitro. The other fungicides tested in order of effectiveness were thiram, aureofungin, Captaf (captan), Kitazin (iprobenfos), Topsin-M (thiophanate-methyl), Blitox-50 (copper oxychloride), Indofil M-45 (mancozeb + thiophanate-methyl), Kavach and Bavistin (carbendazim). Thiram (0.2%), Thiram (0.1%) + Topsin M (0.025%) and Captaf (0.2%) treated seeds of faba beans gave maximum germination and elimination of seedborne infection, respectively. Three sprays of Topsin M (0.1%) gave the best control of the disease in the field plus maximum yield and net benefit (Rs. 6.7) followed by Topsin M (0.05%) + Indofil M-45 (0.1%).
Ciliated Median Raphe Cyst of Perineum Presenting as Perianal Polyp: A Case Report with Immunohistochemical Study, Review of Literature, and Pathogenesis
Jayesh Sagar,Bethani Sagar,Adam F. Patel,D.K. Shak
The Scientific World Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2006.365
Avalia??o de diferentes coberturas na supress?o de plantas daninhas no cerrado
Meschede, D.K.;
Planta Daninha , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-83582007000300005
Abstract: the definition of plant species with higher production for soil mulching is one of the main factors for a successful no-tillage system. the practice of soil tillage in tropical and subtropical regions based on intensive soil revolving results in decreased organic matter and increased weed incidence. thus, the aim of this work was to compare the potential of different soil mulching to suppress weeds under no-tillage system in brazilian cerrado areas. thus, seven treatments were evaluated consisting of the following soil crop covers: millet adr 500 (penisetum americanum l.), millet adr300, sorghum (sorghum bicolor l.), maize (zea mays l.), crotalaria (crotalaria juncea l.), castorbean plant (ricinus communis l.) and spontaneous vegetation. a randomized block experimental design with 4 replications was used. sorghum yielded the highest dry matter weight (11.890 kg ha-1); sorghum, millet and crotalaria showed a better ability to suppress weeds. the spontaneous vegetation presented the lowest biomass values. maize and castorbean presented a lower crop cover potential. biomass accumulation by the covers was inversely proportional to weed biomass.
Seed conditioning of red oak: a recalcitrant North American seed
Struve, D.K.;
Scientia Agricola , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90161998000500012
Abstract: a ten day aerated water soak was developed as a seed conditioning treatment for red oak (quercus rubra l.). conditioned seeds had higher germination completeness, uniformity and speed compared to control seeds. seeds could be conditioned under a wide range of temperatures and durations. conditioned seeds were maintained at 70c for 30 days without loss of seed quality. during conditioning, pericarps split in response to seed hydration. split pericarps could be used as a pre-sowing indicator for high quality seeds. seed conditioning was ineffective on dormant seeds. increased crop uniformity and higher stand establishment can be realized by subjecting red oak acorns to an aerated water soak treatment followed by selecting seeds with split pericarps. these results are especially important in container production systems where limited numbers of value seeds are available.
British trade and policy in Indonesia 1760-1772. (Met 3 kaarten)
D.K. Bassett
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1964,
The surrender of Dutch Malacca, 1795
D.K. Bassett
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1961,
The evolution of Highland Papua New Guinea societies; A reappraisal
D.K. Feil
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1995,
New records of rust fungi from India
Indian Phytopathology , 2012,
Histochemical and biochemical indices of wilt resistant guava cultivars
Indian Phytopathology , 2012,
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