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In the present study, an attempt was made to study the diversity status of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) fungi in selected non-timber yielding species in dry tropical forests of Central India. It was found that Glomus spp. was the most frequently available AM fungal species. Maximum percent root...

Author(s)
Seema Devi; Prodyut Bhattacharya; Poonam Verma; Verma, R. K.
Publisher
Indian Forester, Dehradun, India
Citation
Indian Forester, 2017, 143, 4, pp 364-369
Abstract

Objective: The present study investigated the comparative analysis of fatty acid and antioxidant activity from the bark of Betula utilis, collected from Kashmir and Sikkim coded as BUK and BUS respectively. Methods: Fatty acid constituents were analyzed by GCMS (gas chromatography mass...

Author(s)
Shipra Shukla; Tripti Mishra; Mahesh Pal; Baleshwar Meena; Rana, T. S.; Upreti, D. K.
Publisher
Phcog.Net, Bangalore, India
Citation
Free Radicals and Antioxidants, 2017, 7, 1, pp 80-85
Abstract

Experiments on validation of integrated pest management (IPM) module against insect pest of pigeonpea in comparison with the Non-IPM (farmer's practices) were conducted at N.E.B. Crop Research Centre, G. B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar during Kharif 2014 and 2015....

Author(s)
Maurya, R. P.; Meena Agnihotri; Tiwari, S.; Yadav, L. B.
Publisher
Applied and Natural Science Foundation, Haridwar, India
Citation
Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 2017, 9, 2, pp 1077-1080
Abstract

Kanawar Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the 33 sanctuaries of Himachal Pradesh, is situated in Parvati valley of Kullu district. It forms an important conservation unit in the vicinity of Great Himalayan National Park, Kullu and is a part of Great Himalayan National Park Conservation landscape. There...

Author(s)
Suveena Thakur; Suneet Bhardwaj
Publisher
Indian Forester, Dehradun, India
Citation
Indian Forester, 2017, 143, 3, pp 232-238
Abstract

The present study investigated the utilization of Grewia tiliifolia (Thada chettu) by ethnic communities in Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh. They are using Grewia tiliifolia for a number of domestic uses. It is also used for its edible fruits, fodder and medicine. Documentation and...

Author(s)
Niveditha, T. M. A.
Publisher
Indian Forester, Dehradun, India
Citation
Indian Forester, 2017, 143, 2, pp 92-95
Abstract

The article highlights that despite wide ranging condemnation, the chir pine forests in Himachal Pradesh contribute significantly to the state exchequer and to the rural economy. In brief, the afforestation activities generated 821.64 lakh man days between 1950-51 to 2013-14. The Government owned...

Author(s)
Suyal, B. D.
Publisher
Indian Forester, Dehradun, India
Citation
Indian Forester, 2017, 143, 1, pp 13-18
Abstract

Aqueous leaf extract of F. semialata was used to investigate its effect on growth and yield of Zea mays L. (maize) and Oryza sativa L. (rice). There was no inhibitory effect on the shoot and root length of maize and maximum shoot and root elongation ratio were in 100 per cent concentrated leaf...

Author(s)
Lalremsang, P.; Gopichand, B.; Kalidas Upadhyaya
Publisher
Indian Ecological Society, College of Agriculture, Ludhiana, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Ecology, 2017, 44, 2, pp 398-400
AbstractFull Text

Maize is an important cereal crop of India. Recently the crop is severely affecting with curvularia leaf spot of maize caused by Curvularia lunata (Wakker) Boedijn and it is endemic in the maize growing areas of Northern Karnataka. An attempt was made to manage the disease by holistic approach with ...

Author(s)
Addangadi, K. C.; Harlapur, S. I.; Basavarajappa, R.
Publisher
MKK Publication, Kolkata, India
Citation
Environment and Ecology, 2017, 35, 3B, pp 2161-2164
Abstract

Incentive design is among the decisive factors behind active community participation and long-term sustainability of participatory forest management. Especially in case of mangroves, where multiple interests apply, it requires a careful integration of several ecological, economic and institutional...

Author(s)
Rajarshi DasGupta; Rajib Shaw
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Journal of Forestry Research, 2017, 28, 4, pp 815-829
Abstract

This report compares the international statistics on non-wood forest products (NWFPs) by review-ing the three main international statistical classifications: the Harmonized System (HS), the Central Product Classification (CPC) and the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC). It...

Author(s)
Sorrenti, S.
Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy
Citation
Non-Wood Forest Products, 2017, No.22, pp 130 pp.

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