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This paper presents the results of research conducted between 2009 and 2014 in the village of Khanda Sharol in the state of Rajasthan, India. Our research objective was to determine how the livelihoods of village residents have been affected by the intensification of forest use, and the resulting...

Author(s)
Natcher, D.; Vijayalakshmi Kalagnanam; Ramesh Rawal; Johnston, M.; Al-Mamun, A.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 2018, 25, 1, pp 47-55
Abstract

This paper examined the utilization pattern of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) among the tribal population living in Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh, India. The data for this study were generated from personal interviews of 135 respondents, who were randomly selected from nine villages of the...

Author(s)
Gupta, A. K.; Sharma, M. L.; Lalji Singh
Publisher
Puspa Publishing House, Kolkata, India
Citation
International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management, 2017, 8, 2, pp 327-333
Abstract

Background: Aegle marmelos is a popular fruit plant in the Indian subcontinent, various parts of which are traditionally used against various illnesses including diabetes mellitus (DM). However, the underlying mechanisms of the antidiabetic effects of the plant are not clear, especially in type 2...

Author(s)
Mudi, S. R.; Masfida Akhter; Biswas, S. K.; Muttalib, M. A.; Subhagata Choudhury; Begum Rokeya; Liaquat Ali
Publisher
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Journal of Complementary & Integrative Medicine, 2017, 14, 2, pp Article ID 20160111
Abstract

The experiment was conducted at Narendra Deva University of Agriculture & Technology, Kumarganj, Faizabad (U. P.), India during kharif season of 2015-16 to evaluate the effect of different integrated nutrient management practices against organic and inorganic fertilizer treatments on growth and ...

Author(s)
Alekh Sharma; Singh, S. V.; Avinash Patel; Yadav, R. A.
Publisher
Gaurav Society of Agricultural Research Information Centre, Hisar, India
Citation
Research on Crops, 2017, 18, 3, pp 409-414
Abstract

India is a vast, ecologically and culturally diverse, and densely populated country. Forests form an important resource base for communities which depend on forests for their livelihood. Reminisces of British times say forests provide ecological and economical services and economic services are in...

Author(s)
Rajeshwari, N.; Girish Shahapurmath; Annapurna Pujar
Publisher
Society for Promotion of Tropical Biodiversity, Jabalpur, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Tropical Biodiversity, 2017, 25, 1, pp 71-75
Abstract

Medicinal plants are measured to be operative and for most imperative for the numerous resolutions. The source Flora has providing us through an enormous reckoning of vegetation and wildlife. Approximately of the usual medicinal plants are so communal that we use them in day-to-day life deprived of ...

Author(s)
Singh, P. S.; Vidyasagar, G. M.
Publisher
Society for Promotion of Tropical Biodiversity, Jabalpur, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Tropical Biodiversity, 2017, 25, 1, pp 16-19
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Brinjal or eggplant (Solanum melongena L), a native of India is fourth largest vegetable produced in India. Vavilov (1928) considered Indo-Burma region as its centre of Origin. Various forms, shapes and colours of brinjal are found throughout the region showing its genetic variability. It is of...

Author(s)
Puspa Singh; Singh, R. N.
Publisher
Society for Upliftment of Rural Economy (SURE), Varanasi, India
Citation
Journal of AgriSearch, 2017, 4, 2, pp 119-123
Abstract

In the present study the crude oil and defatted seed cake were analyzed to calculate phenolics, flavonoid, total tocopherol and DPPH activity for two locations. The C. fistula had highest phenolics 12.0±0.0 mgGAE/g, flavonoids content 2.9±0.0 mgCAE/g, total tocopherol 185.6 mg/g and carotenoids was ...

Author(s)
Mukhan Wati; Sheetal; Khabiruddin, M.
Publisher
Oriental Scientific Publishing Company, Bhopal, India
Citation
Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 2017, 33, 4, pp 1969-1975
Abstract

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

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

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