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Volume 1 Issue 11

 

REASSESSMENT OF EXISTING ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS / LAWS IMPLEMENTATION, THROUGH THIRD PARTY (ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION) IN THE THIRD WORLD FOSSIL FUEL PRODUCING COUNTRIES.

Author: Bashir Ahmed Abbasi & Sarfraz Ahmed Abbasi

 

Abstract: The degree of development is directly proportional with the degree of production resources of a country. The fundamentals of the modern development are primarily based upon the invention of wheel, which was created in 4000, BC, during the era of Indus Civilization (The Wheel). Principally, the wheel is directly relevant to development even today, except that, there is no concept of progress, development, and human .................Read more

 

PHYSICOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND SENSORY PREFERENCE OF HOUSEWIVES ON DRAGON FRUIT KETCHUP.

Authors: Eufemio Barcelon, Meg Acurato, Christine Fernando, Karmina Mercado, & Vina Prades

 

Abstract: This study determines the physicochemical composition and sensory preference of dragon fruit ketchup. The dragon fruit-based ketchup was formulated. The formulation containing 15, 20 and 25% dragon fruit in ketchup were subjected to preference ranking. The sum of preference rank indicated that ketchup containing 25% dragon fruit is most acceptable. The dragon fruit ketchup was compared to tomato ketchup that is available................Read more

 

IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF TRICHODERMA SPECIES AGAINST SEED BORNE PATHOGENS.

Author: Ashwani Tapwal, Gunjan Thakur, Suresh Chandra & Anshul Tyagi

 

Abstract: Trichoderma species are omnipresent and very popular as effective means of plant disease management. In present study, two Trichoderma species, (T. viride and T. harzianum) were screened against five seed borne phytopathogens (Curvularia lunata, Fusarium oxysporum, Alternaria alternata, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and Rhizoctonia solani) by dual culture technique and the efficacy of volatile and non-volatile metabolites ..................Read more

 

MANGROVE ASSOCIATED CYANOBACTERIAL DIVERSITY AT KOTTAYAM DISTRICT, KERALA, INDIA.

Author: Arun T. Ram & M.Shamina

 

Abstract: A survey on mangrove associated cyanobacterial diversity at Kottayam District has been carried out during the months October-November 2014. Certain physico-chemical parameters such as pH, salinity and temperature were analyzed and compared with the cyanobacterial diversity. 12 species of cyanobacteria were noticed which are coming under 4 families. The families Chroococcaceae and Oscillatoriaceae were mainly observed..................Read more