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- P J J Bates, D L Harrison, Bhat, H R And Kunz, Kunz, T H Fujita +12 others
- 2001

ranged between 74 and 100 per cent, while it was between 0 and 65 per cent along the inner squares. Almost no damage was evident in both the centre quad-rates. In both the plots the Student's t-test and Analysis of Variance showed that the mean damaged grape bunches were significantly higher in outer quad-rates than in the inner quadrates (Table 2). As the… (More)

In this paper, we study the structure of 1-generator quasi-cyclic codes over the ring R = F 2 + uF 2 + vF 2 + uvF 2 , with u 2 = v 2 = 0 and uv = vu. We determine the minimal spanning sets for these codes. As a generalization of these codes, we also investigate the structure of 1-generator generalized quasi-cyclic codes over R and determine a BCH type bound… (More)

A Z 2-triple cyclic code of block length (r, s,t) is a binary code of length r + s + t such that the code is partitioned into three parts of lengths r, s and t such that each of the three parts is invariant under the cyclic shifts of the coordinates. Such a code can be viewed as Z 2 [x]-submodules of Z 2 [x] x r −1 × Z 2 [x] x s −1 × Z 2 [x] x t −1 , in… (More)

- Chelmala Srinivasulu, Gandla Chethan Kumar, Bhargavi Srinivasulu
- Zootaxa
- 2015

A new species of rupicolous gecko of the genus Cnemaspis is described from Hampi, Karnataka, southern India. Cnemaspis adii sp. nov. is diagnosable from all the Indian congeners in possessing the following suite of characters: medium-sized Cnemaspis, SVL less than 35 mm (31.7-34.9). Dorsal scales on the trunk homogeneous, small, granular and feebly keeled.… (More)

Durga Das's leaf-nosed bat Hipposiderosdurgadasi Khajuria, 1970 is endemic to India, and was known only from Katanga, Katangi, and Richhai villages, in Jabalpur district, Madhya Pradesh. During surveys conducted in Kolar district, Karnataka, India, we successfully mist-netted a few individuals belonging to the bicolor species group which, upon detailed… (More)

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