Divya Pandey

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Increasing greenhouse gaseous concentration in the atmosphere is perturbing the environment to cause grievous global warming and associated consequences. Following the rule that only measurable is manageable, mensuration of greenhouse gas intensiveness of different products, bodies, and processes is going on worldwide, expressed as their carbon footprints.(More)
Electrophoretic separation of humic acids obtained from soil was attempted through denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (dn-PAGE) by modifying the known methods. The modifications of sample preparation and gel composition led to significant improvement in both visibility and intensity of humic acid profile. The comparative profile showed a similar(More)
Quantification of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from agricultural lands is essential for strategic planning towards GHG efficient development in India. We measured the fluxes of CH4, N2O and CO2 during cultivation of two important crops; sugarcane and pigeon pea following the closed chamber technique. Both the soils acted as net CH4 sinks, but sources of(More)
Random amplified polymorphic DNA-PCR (RAPD-PCR) analysis was used in combination with morphological characters to investigate genetic variations and population structure of Callosobruchus maculatus and Callosobruchus chinensis species from Bundelkhand region of India. It has proved its usefulness to get information quickly in comparatively less-studied(More)
Due to hostile condition of red mud (RM), its utilization for vegetation is restricted. Therefore, RM with biowastes as soil amendment may offer suitable combination to support plant growth with reduced risk of metal toxicity. To evaluate the effects of RM on soil properties, plant growth performance, and metal accumulation in lemongrass, a study was(More)
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