Gurudeo Paswan

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Study was done to compare the response of Triticum aestivum (hexaploid), Triticum durum (tetraploid) and Triticum monococcum (diploid) wheat species to the elevated CO2 using Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) facility. It was demonstrated that the modern cultivar of wheat Triticum aestivum (hexaploid) was largely sink limited. It appeared to have less(More)
Study on the effect of elevated CO2 concentration on leaf structure of Brassica juncea L. cv. Bio-141 (95) under moisture stress revealed, that CO2 elevated to 600 μmol mol−1 increased the length of epidermal cel and length of palisade parenchyma cells, and induced larger chloroplasts and more oval shaped starch granules in comparison with plants grown at(More)
In continuation of IRS-1C/1D mission, Resourcesat mission was planned for integrated land and water resource management. Resourcesat was launched on 17 October 2003. This satellite carries three multi-spectral cameras with variable swath and different spatial resolution. Data quality evaluation (DQE) system characterizes payload and platform performance and(More)
The effect of CO2 concentration elevated to 575 – 620 µmol mol−1 on growth, tillering, grain yield, net photosynthetic rate, dark respiration rate, stomatal conductance, sugar content and protein profile of two rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars Pusa Basmati-1 and Pusa-677 at flowering stage was studied using open top chambers. The cultivar Pusa Basmati-1(More)
Length-weight relationship (LWR) of Trichogaster species belongs to the Belontidae family inhabiting Brahmaputra basin, were studied. The fishes Trichogaster fasciata and T. sota were obtained from fish landing site at different floodplain beels of Brahmaputra basin during 2010 to 2011. The parameters ‘a’ and ‘b’ of the length-weight relationship of the(More)
The launch of Cartosat-1 is the beginning of yet another series of satellite mission after IRS satellites for earth observation and natural resource management applications. The first in its series of satellite for Cartographic applications, Cartosat-1 was launched on 5th May 2005. The along-track stereo viewing capability was realized by employing two(More)
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