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Microorganisms in the rhizosphere mediate the cycling of nutrients, their enhanced mobilisation and facilitate their uptake, leading to increased root growth, biomass and yield of plants. We examined the promise of beneficial cyanobacteria and eubacteria as microbial inoculants, applied singly or in combination as consortia or biofilms, to improve growth(More)
Despite the growth of social networks, emails still continue to be the building blocks of formal communication within any business organization. For many organizations, email-based information exchange provides the backbone for customer support centers. Analyzing these conversations can provide insights into domain process related lacunae and loopholes in(More)
Given the rapidly changing face of technology, keeping up with the trends and identifying potential areas to be explored for research or commercialization is a challenging task. Decision makers, research analysts, scholars, research directors all make use of digital collections, use of which is facilitated by search applications developed on top of them.(More)
The present investigation aimed to understand the influence of two plant growth promoting cyanobacterial formulations (Anabaena-Mesorhizobium ciceri biofilm and Anabaena laxa), along with Mesorhizobium ciceri, on the symbiotic performance of five each of desi- and kabuli-chickpea cultivars. Inoculation with cyanobacterial formulations led to significant(More)
This paper presents a novel interactive visualization technique that helps in gathering insights from large volumes of text generated through dyadic communications. The emphasis is specifically on showing content evolution and modification with passage of time. The challenge lies in presenting not only the content as a stand-alone but also understand how(More)
Malaria is an endemic infectious disease in India. It is often associated with other infective conditions but concomitant infection of malaria and meningitis are uncommon. We present a case of meningitis with vivax malaria infection in a 24-year-old lady. This case emphasizes the importance of high index of clinical suspicion to detect other infective(More)
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