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Emission of reactive terpene compounds from orange orchards and their removal by within‐canopy processes
VOC emission from orange orchards was determined in the framework of two field campaigns aimed at assessing the contribution of vegetation emissions to tropospheric ozone formation in the ValenciaExpand
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Influence of metal contaminants on oxidation stability of Jatropha biodiesel
According to proposed National Mission on biodiesel in India, we have undertaken studies on stability of biodiesel from tree borne non-edible oil seeds Jatropha. European biodiesel standard EN-14214Expand
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Terminalia belerica Roxb. seed oil: a potential biodiesel resource.
Terminalia belerica seeds, collected from Indian forests, were explored as an alternate bioresource for biodiesel synthesis. The oil yield of T. belerica seed is about 31% (dry weight basis). TheExpand
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Wood ash as a potential heterogeneous catalyst for biodiesel synthesis.
Wood ash is a highly alkaline material comprises of inorganic constituents. A limited information on use of wood ash as catalyst is available in literature. The present study was undertaken toExpand
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New insect pest records of Khejri and Rohida from Rajasthan and their possible management strategies.
Insect pests are amongst the most important detrimental factors in the successful establishment and growth of Prosopis cineraria (Linn) (Khejri) and Tecomella undulata (Sm.) Seem (Rohida) in arid andExpand
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Estimation of Glycerides and Free Fatty Acid in Oils Extracted From Various Seeds from the Indian Region by NMR Spectroscopy
The present study is focused on the quantification of glycerides and free fatty acid in oils extracted from various seeds for biodiesel production from Indian territory. A new method based on 1H- andExpand
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Can intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Spermatozoa Injection be Used as First Choice of Treatment for Severe Male Factor Infertility Patients?
Aim: This study was carried out to assess the outcome of the intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection (IMSI) technique compared with the previous failed intracytoplasmic spermExpand
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Orientation of Rohida Defoliator, Patialus tecomella (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) to Different Light Colours and Varieties of Tecomella undulata (Sm.) Seem
Tecomella undulata (Sm.) Seem, commonly known, as 'Marwar teak' is an important agroforestry tree species of arid and semi-arid region. The distribution pattern of T. undulata in desert area of IndiaExpand
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Nectar resource use by Butterflies in Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Sasan, Gujarat
Butterflies are known to be the most fascinating creatures existing on this earth and have a great aesthetic value. They are in close relation with the plant species as they procure nectar fromExpand
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Effect of Metal Contaminants and Antioxidants on the Oxidation Stability of the Methyl Ester of Pongamia
According to the proposed National Mission on biodiesel in India, we have undertaken studies on the stability of biodiesel from tree-borne non-edible oil seeds like Pongamia pinnata. Neat PongamiaExpand
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