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National Initiatives, Local Effects: Trade Liberalization, Shrimp Aquaculture, and Coastal Communities in Orissa, India
Commercial shrimp farming in India expanded rapidly after trade liberalization initiatives were introduced in the early 1990s. This article examines the social, economic and environmental impacts
Identifying the markers and tagging a leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinase gene for resistance to anthracnose disease in vegetable cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.]
The development of an F2 mapping population by crossing field-type cowpea variety Kanakamony with pole-type vegetable cowpeas with random marker systems Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and Inter-Simple Sequence Repeats (ISSR); the objective is to identify the markers linked with major resistance-contributing genes.
Community Based Resource Management through Social Forestry Programme of India: A Micro Level Study of Hindol Block in Orissa State
After 1980, the social forestry programme was introduced in India to regenerate forest resource, rehabilitate wasteland and meet local needs of people for fuel wood demand and other minor forest
Coastal aquaculture, rural livelihoods and environment insight from Orissa, India.
The paper examines the diverse impacts of coastal shrimp aquaculture on communities in Orissa (India) and concludes that the potential that shrimp farming has to provide a basis for sustainable livelihoods will not be realised.