Pt Kartikay Pandey

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
A New Begomovirus Species Causing Tomato Leaf Curl Disease in Varanasi, India. S. Chakraborty, P. K. Pandey, M. K. Banerjee, and G. Kalloo, Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, 1 Gandhinagar (Naria), P.O. Box 5002, POBHU, Varanasi, 221 005, Uttar Pradesh, India; and C. M. Fauquet, International Laboratory for Tropical and Agricultural Biotechnology,(More)
Life originated in the Oceans, which are also the most fertile source of chemically distinctive natural products that are mainly accumulated in living organisms. Several of these compounds show pharmacological activities, and are helpful for the invention and discovery of bioactive compounds, primarily for several fatal diseases. The Indian Ocean is home to(More)
One hundred mothers undergoing cesarean section and their infants were studied regarding various factors affecting the establishment of breastfeeding during their stay in hospital (mean = 11 +/- 3.6 days). Nearly two-thirds (65.7%) of mothers who underwent elective cesarean section, and 62.8% of mothers who received spinal anesthesia were breastfeeding(More)
The forest wealth of the Himalayan ranges is abundant with unique medicinal herbs, having tremendous economic importance. Latterly, these have adversely suffered at the hands of poachers and unlawful trade activities. The author cites the names of some of the rare species, in a bid to achieve their conservation through sensitization and participation of the(More)
In January 1993 in Kanpur, India, a survey of 7 private nursing homes revealed that infant formula was given to most newborns (52.4%). The most common brands included Lactogen-I, Milk Care, Raptakos, Dexolac Special Care, and Lactodex. Staff at 5 nursing homes gave prelacteal feeds (water, glucose water, and infant formula) to newborns when they were(More)
  • 1