Identification and optimization of fermentation medium for production of antibacterial compounds from endophytic streptomyces sp. GBTPR-167

The study holds importance as enhanced production of antibacterial compound can be achieved with these improved parameters. Also, optimization strategies may be undertaken by using statistical tools like design expert.

8/29/2020 4:43:27 AM +00:00

Gene drive: Can this be the future of agricultural pest management?

In the first section of this review, we have summarized the different gene based technologies exploited earlier for controlling pests and in the next section we have discussed the CRISPR-based gene drive in details with its application, constraints and future prospects in relation to agricultural pest management.

8/29/2020 4:43:21 AM +00:00

Citrus: A need for its conservation in utilising its medicinal values through biotechnological tools

The citrus plant is found to be potent analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anthelmintic, antibacterial, antifungal agent. Citrus is a significant source of bioactive compounds as the bioactive compounds are suitable for controlling different human diseases. The citrus fruits and their components have a rich source of flavonoids, carotenoids, and bioactive compounds. There is a need for the development of awareness and uses of such compounds in life for saving the life threating diseases by using the bioactive compounds. This manuscript discloses the conservation of the citrus species and its important compounds found in citrus that are highly required by the human body and their use play a significant impact on the human life for disease control.

8/29/2020 4:43:15 AM +00:00

Yield and water use efficiency of cucumber under plastic mulch and micro irrigation

The use of different types of mulches has been found to be helpful in conserving moisture, controlling weeds, moderating soil temperature, and also increasing the yield of different vegetable crops.

8/29/2020 4:43:09 AM +00:00

Detection of bio-film production among the most frequent bacterial isolates in cases of chronic suppurative otitis media: A cross-sectional study

This prospective study was conducted in the Department of Microbiology in association with Department of Otorhinolaryngology in a tertiary care university hospital in Bangalore, India.

8/29/2020 4:43:03 AM +00:00

Response of different fertilizer level to sweet sorghum cultivars in rainfed environment (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench)

This experiment was carried out under open field condition to assess the response of different fertilizer levels on growth and yield production of sweet sorghum cultivars (G) in this agro climatic region. The experiment was conducted at Sorghum Research Station Farm, VNMKV, Parbhani during the year 2019-20.

8/29/2020 4:42:57 AM +00:00

An economic study: Scenario of cropping pattern and cropping intensity to mustard cultivation of Meerut district of Western Uttar Pradesh, India

This paper is an attempt to analyze the cropping pattern and cropping intensity of the study area. Cropping pattern is the efficient matter of agricultural production, which highly controlled the entire economic status of the study area. Because some villages were famous for multiple crop production.

8/29/2020 4:42:51 AM +00:00

Study of breeding biology and egg parameters of red-wattled lapwing (Vanellus indicus) in agri- fields of Sirsa, Haryana, India

This study documented some aspects of breeding biology and egg parameters of Red-Wattled Lapwing (Vanellus indicus) such as nest structure, nesting material, breeding season, clutch size, egg parameters, incubation period, hatching success in agricultural fields of village Ramnagaria, Sirsa, Haryana.

8/29/2020 4:42:45 AM +00:00

Influence of halopriming on different physiological attributes of soyabean seed under salinity stress condition

This present study was initiated to investigate the effect and role of halopriming on germination and emergence traits on soybean under salinity stress condition.

8/29/2020 4:42:39 AM +00:00

Impact of KVK trainings on promotion of backyard poultry farming In Kalyan-Karnataka

Present study was undertaken with the following specific objective to study the impact of training parted by ICAR-KVK, Raichur on scientific method of backyard poultry farming and feeding practices on its beneficiaries.

8/29/2020 4:42:33 AM +00:00

Optimization of fermentation parameters for beer production from buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) grains

Hence, buckwheat could be a new potential substitute for barley and could raise economic benefits. Thus, the present investigation lies in optimising different parameters of fermentation for the production of buckwheat beer.

8/29/2020 4:42:27 AM +00:00

Effect of row ratio and fertility level on nutrient uptake by maize in maize-soybean intercropping system

This field experiment was conducted during the kharif season of 2014 and 2015 at the Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur (C.G) to find out the effect of crop arrangement and nutrient management on availability of nutrients under maize and soybean intercropping system.

8/29/2020 4:42:20 AM +00:00

Effects of intercropping on chlorophyll content in maize (Zea mays L.) and Soybean (Glycine max L.)

Field experiment was conducted during the kharif season in 2014 and 2015 at the Instructional cum Research Farm, Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur situated in central parts of Chhattisgarh.

8/29/2020 4:42:14 AM +00:00

A study of age, body weight and scrotal circumference on semen production in buck

The present study aimed to find out correlation of age, body weight and scrotal circumference with semen parameters in Beetle and Black Bengal Bucks. Total 12 buck selected 6 of each breed.

8/29/2020 4:42:08 AM +00:00

An economic estimation of capsicum production in Shajapur district of Madhya Pradesh, India

The main objectives of this study includes, to estimate cost of cultivation of capsicum in different categories of respondents. And also to identify constraints in capsicum production.

8/29/2020 4:42:02 AM +00:00

Effect of foliar application of plant growth regulators and nutrients on quality of kinnow mandarin

The present study was undertaken to observe the response of Kinnow Mandarin to different forms of growth regulators and nutrients. The result of investigation indicates that fruit length and diameter were found maximum with the foliar application of K2SO4 2%, shape index and ascorbic acid were found maximum with the foliar application of 2, 4-D 20 ppm, peel thickness, acidity, peel content were recorded minimum and juice content and TSS were recorded maximum with the foliar application 2, 4-D 10 ppm, while rag content was found maximum with the application of GA3 20 ppm.

8/29/2020 4:41:56 AM +00:00

Rheological study on different gum solutions

In the present investigation, rheological properties (viscosity) of different gum like Karaya, Babool, Anogiessus latifolia, Acacia nelotica and Acacia Senegal were found by Brookfield viscometer and compare its swelling capacity. Mucilages containing 1 to 10% w/v of different gum were prepared by dispersing in freshly distilled water and allowed to stand undisturbed for 24 h for complete hydration.

8/29/2020 4:41:50 AM +00:00

Effect of NPK on plant growth and quality of lilium hybrid (Asiatic Lily) tresor under polyhouse and open condition

The main objectives of this study include to find out the most suitable treatment for plant growth, flower yield and quality of Lilium. And to find out the suitability of Lilium under polyhouse & open condition.

8/29/2020 4:41:44 AM +00:00

Effect of alpha-naphthalene acetic acid [NAA] on growth, flowering and yield of Vinca rosea cv. Catharanthus caramel

The objectives of this study were to study the effect of growth promoters (NAA) on plant growth of Vinca rosea. And to study the effect of growth promoters (NAA) on flowering of of Vinca rosea. Also to study the effect of growth promoters (NAA) on yield of Vinca rosea.

8/29/2020 4:41:38 AM +00:00

Processing use and analysis of inventory (stock-taking) of the essences exploited in the united forestry exploitation of Gouongo in the republic of Congo

In the Republic of Congo the planning strategies of devolpment and preservation of natural ressources are two main important factors for the national economic growth. In all forested areas, the Congolese government oblige all forestry entreprises to put in place arrangement plans and to have a strong relationship between them in order to show up the importance of our forest with a concerted management ecologically controlled, socially and economically viable. Commercial value of forestry essences estimation was made to plan the processes of viable and right forestry exploitation in the Nianga area especially in the block number B. Many strategies were put in place in order to treat the sizes of land in order to know the sizes of land.

8/29/2020 4:41:32 AM +00:00