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Serological evidence of rickettsial infections in Delhi
Rickettsial infections remain under-diagnosed due to lack of diagnostic facilities in developing world and results of Weil Felix test should not be disregarded, rather clinically compatible cases should be treated to save lives.
Tinospora cordifolia (Willd.) Hook. f. and Thoms. (Guduchi) – validation of the Ayurvedic pharmacology through experimental and clinical studies
This review brings together various properties and medicinal uses of T. cordifolia described in Ayurveda, along with phytochemical and pharmacological reports.
Hydroponics as an advanced technique for vegetable production: An overview
Currently hydroponic cultivation is gaining popularity all over the world because of efficient resources management and quality food production. Soil based agriculture is now facing various
First dengue virus detection in Aedes albopictus from Delhi, India: Its breeding ecology and role in dengue transmission
Objective  To report dengue virus and its disease transmission in Aedes albopictus in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, India.
Nutritional and managemental control of ascites syndrome in poultry
Management practices to provide thermoneutral environment, limit growth rate, use of antioxidants and omega three fatty acids normalize red blood cell structure and function to match the demand of oxygen requirement, which in turn can reduce the chance of ascites.
Outbreak investigation of scrub Typhus in Himachal Pradesh (India).
Scrub Typhus outbreak investigation was undertaken during September 2003 in the three worst affected districts Shimla, Solan and Sirmaur in Himachal Pradesh (India) and cases were prevalent in all age groups and in both the sexes among the persons frequenting forest for occupational work.
First indigenous transmission of Japanese Encephalitis in urban areas of National Capital Territory of Delhi, India
Until 2010, no Japanese encephalitis (JE) had been reported from Delhi. Upon report of four confirmed cases of JE in September 2011, detailed investigations were carried out to determine whether the
Ethnobotanical wisdom of Gaddi Tribe in Western Himalaya.
The book is based on the intensive and extensive ethnobotanical surveys and field studies among the Gaddi tribe of Western Himalaya. They live in remote forest areas ranging from the foothills to
Dengue, Japanese encephalitis and West Nile flaviviral infections detected during a dengue outbreak in Sonepat district, Haryana state, India.
During October 1997, three cases of encephalitis were admitted in Bara Hindu Rao Hospital, Delhi, from Murthal village in Sonepat district of Haryana state. In a follow-up study, out of the 30 serum
Influence of Azotobacter, Azospirillum and PSB on vegetative growth, flowering, yield and quality of strawberry cv. Chandler
So far as the quality characters of berries are concerned, Azotobacter @ 7 kg/ha treated plants also produced berries with maximum average length and width as compared to other treatments.