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Edible mushrooms of the Northwestern Himalaya, India: a study of indigenous knowledge, distribution and diversity
In the present study, the diversity, edibility, indigenous knowledge and distribution of wild edible mushrooms in the Northwestern Himalaya are discussed. The information provided herein was derivedExpand
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Morchella esculenta (Guchhi): Need for scientific intervention for its cultivation in Central Himalaya
Morchella esculenta is an important mushroom belonging to the family Helvellaceae and is locally known as Guchhi. It is found in the forest between 1800 and 3600 masl and is locally sold to middlemenExpand
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Amanitaceae reported from India. A critically annotated checklist
Since the appearance of Amanitaceae of India in 1990, there has been no publication addressing the current state of knowledge of the family in India. The present paper represents a step towardExpand
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Blood sugar and serum insulin response in protein-energy malnutrition.
Blood sugar and serum insulin levels in the fasting state and following an oral glucose load in children with protein-energy malnutrition (PEM) were studied. Twenty-nine children with PEM (15Expand
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Some medicinal mushrooms of Garhwal Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India.
Garhwal Himalaya is glorified by the rich diversity of mushrooms. There is vast scope of study o n the medi- cinal mushrooms growing in this region. The wild mushrooms have been used as medicineExpand
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The Need and Use of Geographic Information Systems for Environmental Impact Assessment in Nepal
Geographical applications in EIA studies is appropriate to build up and extend their knowledge and skills in using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA), andExpand
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Combining specialist and primary health care teams for HIV positive patients: retrospective and prospective studies
Abstract Objective: To develop and evaluate a model of health care for HIV positive patients involving specialist, hospital based teams and primary health care teams. Design: One year retrospectiveExpand
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Blood glucose and serum insulin response in protein-energy malnutrition following nutritional rehabilitation.
Fifteen children with protein-energy malnutrition and eight healthy children between the ages of 6 months and 60 months were studied for blood glucose and serum insulin levels in the fasting stateExpand
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New concepts in the diagnosis and pathogenesis of Trichomonas vaginalis.
Trichomonas vaginalis infection is the most commonly encountered sexually transmitted disease. There is a need for more accurate and rapid laboratory diagnostic methods, leading to better control andExpand
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Funding policies for HIV and AIDS. GPs should be more involved.
of which seems to have relied on symptoms such as dizziness and hunger, which are not exclusive to hypoglycaemia and could be attributable to fasting itself. No information is given on whetherExpand
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