N. Nataraj Seenivasan

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Leptospirosis is a major zoonotic disease which affects all domestic and wild animals and also human beings throughout the world. Transmission from animal to man is common, with man being the dead end. In hospital environment there is always a possibility of transmission from patient to hospital staff who handle leptospirosis cases and biological material(More)
A total of 27 entomopathogenic nematode (EPN) strains originally isolated from different cotton fields were characterized in laboratory experiments for their virulence, reproductive potential and environmental tolerance. The EPN strain collections included 16 Steinernema carpocapsae (SC), three Steinernema siamkayai (SS), one Steinernema monticolum (SM),(More)
A total of 458 samples were collected from clinically suspected cases and processed for the isolation of Leptospira using EMJH liquid medium. A total of 17 leptospiral isolates, 5 from sheep (42), 4 from pigs (15), 2 from humans (53), one from rice field water(10) and 5 from rodents (299)were recovered from suspected samples. The 17 leptospiral isolates(More)
Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) are eco-friendly alternatives to chemical fungicides to manage plant diseases. We evaluated the efficacy of a Pseudomonas fluorescens formulation against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense and Helicotylenchus multicinctus at multiple banana plantations. Three field trials were conducted to assess the wilt incidence(More)
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