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Stellar contents of two young open clusters: NGC 663 and 654
UBVRI CCD photometry in a wide field around two young open clusters, NGC 663 and 654, has been carried out. Ha and polarimetric observations for the cluster NGC 654 have also been obtained. We use… Expand
Effect of rate of nitrogen and time of application on yield and economics of babycorn (Zea mays).
Photometry of open cluster NGC 1931
PhotoelectricUBV magnitudes and colours have been determined for stars in the field of NGC 1931. The reddening across the cluster varies from 0.m33 to 1.m20. A distance of 2.16 kiloparsecs has been… Expand
Integrated parameters of open clusters.
Integrated magnitudes and colours of population I synthetic clusters have been derived using the theoretical evolutionary tracks given by Stothers and Iben and an age-dependent initial mass function… Expand
Assessment of Air Pollution Tolerance Index of some plants to develop vertical gardens near street canyons of a polluted tropical city.
- A. K. Pandey, Mayank Pandey, B. Tripathi
- Biology, Medicine
- Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
- 1 December 2016
The aim of the present study was to examine Air Pollution Tolerance Index (APTI) of some climber plant species to develop vertical gardens in Varanasi city which has characteristics of tall building… Expand
Response of maize varieties to nitrogen levels and sulphydryl compounds.
Integrated weed management in winter onion (Allium cepa) under mid-hill conditions of north-western Himalayas.
Effects of propanil on growth and cell constituents of Nostoc calcicola
- A. K. Pandey
- 1 April 1985
Abstract The rice field herbicide, propanil, was toxic to the nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium Nostoc calcicola. A decrease in growth was observed with the increasing concentrations of propanil, 30… Expand
Variations in Tannin and Oxalic acid Content in Terminalia arjuna (Arjuna) Bark
Terminalia arjuna (Arjuna), belonging to family combretaceae, grows along the streams or rivers and often in the shallow streambeds and riverbeds in central India. It has been considered by the… Expand