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Forest fragmentation and its impact on species diversity: an analysis using remote sensing and GIS
The process of forest fragmentation, a common phenomenon occurring in tropical forests, not only results into continuously forest getting fragmented but also brings about several physical andExpand
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Structure, diversity, and regeneration of tropical dry deciduous forest of northern India
Abstract.This study examined the impact of disturbance on the pattern of diversity, forest structure and regeneration of tree species in the Vindhyan dry tropical forest of India. A total of 1500Expand
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Creating a New Consensus on Population: The International Conference On Population and Development
  • J. Singh
  • Political Science
  • 15 September 1998
Bucharest, Mexico and Cairo from family planning to reproductive health population and development the empowerment of women partnership with the non-governmental sector mobilizing resources forExpand
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A study of the capability of manufacturers of generic hormonal contraceptives in lower- and middle-income countries.
PURPOSE Studies were undertaken to assess the capability, competence and capacity of manufacturers of oral and injectable hormonal contraceptives in lower- and middle-income countries. METHODS AExpand
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ANTI-DIABETIC EFFECT OF FLACOURTIA JANGOMAS EXTRACT IN ALLOXAN-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS
The present study defines the systematic evaluation and effect of methanolic extract of Flacourtia jangomas (MEFJ) leaves and stem (1:1) in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. Diabetes was induced by anExpand
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Nutritional Interventions and Considerations for the development of low calorie or sugar free foods.
Diabetes is a globally prevalent chronic metabolic disease characterized by more than normal blood glucose levels. Sugar, a common constituent of diet, is also a major factor often responsible forExpand
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Plant–Microbe Symbiosis: Perspectives and Applications
Plants and microbes, copious in the environment, can quietly coexist or fight for survival. Within their environment, plants interact with a wide range of microorganisms, some of which are pathogenicExpand
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