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The arid regions of India cover over 300,000 km2 and are spread over six States, mostly in the northwestern parts of the country. In spite of the hostile environmental conditions, several indigenous agroforestry practices are being practised in this region. The Central Arid Zone Research Institute (CAZRI) has made considerable progress in improving these(More)
OBJECTIVES Sexually transmitted disease is a growing problem for college students. To address this problem, health professionals on many campuses have turned to peer led prevention workshops. The research evaluated the effectiveness of four types of such workshops. METHODS The workshops followed either an information based format or an activity based(More)
The observations on net above-ground biomass and production in a large protected area of monsoonal vegetation at Jodhpur (India) are presented in this paper. With the start of the monsoon (July–August) a distinct increase in biomass was noted and by winter (November–December), the biomass, decreased as there was hardly any moisture in the soil. The(More)
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