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Evaluating differential effect of deltamethrin and carbofuran on growth characteristics of Westiellopsis prolifica Janet, a dominant nitrogen fixing cyanobacterium of tropical rice field ecosystem
Abstract Recent trends of indiscriminate use of synthetic pesticides in different tropical rice fields has been affecting the soil flora and fauna including the most beneficial nitrogen fixingExpand
Annals of Plant Sciences
Microalgae have been considered as ideal candidates for biodiesel production and other bio-products. They have received extensive research for bioprospecting during the past few decades.Expand
Biogas Quality Upgradation Using Musa bulbasiana: A Study on Domestic Biogas Plant
This study highlights an alternative route of biogas quality upgradation by absorption of CO2 using Musa bulbasiana stem (an agrowaste). The variations in percentage of CO2 absorption wereExpand
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Cypermethrin toxicity to rice field cyanobacterium Calothrix sp.
Cyanobacteria are one of the potent group of microbes in wet land soils, especially in rice fields. Most of them have the capacity to fix atmospheric nitrogen and thus play a crucial role in nitrogenExpand
Toxicological impact of deltamethrin on growth and nitrogen content of a rice field cyanobacterium Calothrix sp. (GUEco 1002).
  • K. Gupta, P. P. Baruah
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of general and applied microbiology
  • 24 January 2020
Cyanobacteria are an important component in the rice field ecosystem and are a well known source of natural biofertilizer. Pesticidal application for the control of pests in rice field soil has ledExpand
Evaluating growth and biochemistry of Westiellopsis prolifica in response to Malathion
j yotishmitadutta90@gmail.com Abstract The present endeavour was aimed to investigate the chronic response of Westiellopsis prolifica to an organophosphate insecticide malathion at differentExpand