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Repellent Activity of Some Essential Oils Against Simulium Species in India
- S. Hazarika, S. Dhiman, B. Rabha, R. Bhola, Lokender Singh
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of insect science
- 22 January 2012
Abstract Use of repellents seems to be most reliable method of personal protection against annoyance and infections associated with haematophagous insects. We have investigated the biting activity of… Expand
Floristic Diversity of Protected Ecosystems of Kandi Region of Punjab, India.
Present study was conducted in protected ecosystems of Pathankot, Hoshiarpur and Garhshanker areas of Kandi region of Punjab. Total 206 species belonging to 159 genera and 59 families were identified… Expand
Structure and diversity of 80-yr-old plantations after successional colonization of the natives
Forest plantations are viewed as a source of income by some and as a threat to forest diversity and ecological function by others. In the past two decades, area under tropical plantations has… Expand
Effect of Soil Moisture on Demographic Dispersion, Species Association and Diversity of Primary Producers in a Sub-tropical Swamp Forest
The present study was conducted in five communities of a sub-tropical swamp forest of Doon Valley, India. The aim of the present paper is to study the various changes in the community structure as a… Expand
Natural recuperation in Sal (Shorea robusta Gaertn. f.) mortality affected ecosystems through Miliusa velutina Hook. f.
Assessment of Integrated Nutrient Management on Soil Properties and Yield Attribute of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Var. Samrat
Pulses are important source of dietary protein and have unique ability of maintaining and restoring soil fertility through biological nitrogen fixation as well as addition of ample amount of residues… Expand
Biodiversity Conservation and Management practices for sustainable Development of Temperate Grassland of district Shimla Himachal Pradesh
- Lokender Singh
- Environmental Science
Demographic dispersal and diversity in a dry Shorea robusta Gaertn. F. (Sal) forest of Rajaji National Park, India.
Dominance, Diversity and Regeneration Status of a Moist Sub-tropical Shorea robusta Gaertn. f. (Sal) Forest of Doon Valley, India
Dominance, diversity and regeneration status of a moist sub-tropical sal forest in Doon valley was investigated. The results of the study reveal that S. robusta, Ardesia solanacea and Oplismenus… Expand