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WOODCHAR AS A SUSTAINABLE REDUCTANT FOR IRONMAKING IN THE 21ST CENTURY
- R. Gupta
- 1 July 2003
Presently, 850 million tons of steel is being produced in the world, mainly through the basic oxygen furnace (BOF) and electric arc furnace (EAF) route. The iron demand is met by hot metal produced… Expand
An enquiry into the avian biodiversity of Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary in Jhajjar District in Haryana State in India.
Green Supply Chain Management; Critical Research and Practices
The waste and emissions caused by the supply chain have become the main sources of serious environmental problems including global warming and acid rain. Green supply chain policies are desirable… Expand
Taurine as Drug and Functional Food Component
The concept of food changes all the time but for the majority of the people it is still a source to feed the hungry, while for some others, it is also a medium for socialization. Recently, food has… Expand
new leaf spot disease of banana caused by Cladosporium tenuissimum in India
A new trematode, Dinurus thapari n.sp. from the stomach of a marine fish, Engraulis malabaricus (Cuv. & Val.) from Quilon, Kerala.
A SWOT analysis of small and medium scale enterprises implementing total quality management
Small and Medium scale Enterprises (SMEs) playing a vital role in nation's economy. Many studies have demonstrated the positive impact of Total Quality Management (TQM) practices on Small and Medium… Expand
Thaxterina, a new tubeufiaceous genus with multispored asci from India
Thaxterina multispora gen. et sp. nov. is described and illustrated. It is a member of the Tubeufiaceae with dark ascomata. This family is mainly represented by members with hyaline to coloured… Expand
On the fundamentals of natural history and present threats to Red-wattled Lapwing in Kurukshetra environs
Red-wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicus is a very common bird seen on the periphery of Kurukshetra-Thanesar, twin towns, in agriculture fields. Last 28 years of keen observations reveal the fast coming… Expand