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PARTIAL SUPPLEMENTATION WITH EXPRESSED BREAST-MILK FOR PREVENTION OF INFECTION IN LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT INFANTS
In a prospective controlled study the anti-infective properties of breast-milk were evaluated in 70 high-risk low-birth-weight infants. 32 babies (group I) were given fresh expressed breast-milkExpand
Seismicity and the nature of plate movement along the Himalayan arc, Northeast India and Arakan-Yoma: a review
Abstract The Himalaya together with Arakan-Yoma form a well defined seismic belt to the north and east of the Indian Peninsula. The Seismicity along this belt is attributed mostly to collisionExpand
Tetrahydrocannabinol: a drug of interest.
Geodynamics of the Indian Peninsula and the Indian Plate Margin
On the geological history and evolution of the Indian Continental Shelf. Gravity fields, geology, and tectonics, radioactivity and heat sources, seismicity, geodynamics of the Himalaya. AnnotationExpand
Biodiversity and Conservation of Forest Fungi of Central India
Biodiversity of the forest fungi of central India (Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and part of Maharashtra) has been recorded. A total of 838 fungi belonging to 321 genera (199 genera of ascomycetes,Expand
Studies on foliicolous ascomycotina i
Cortinarius iodes, a New Record from India
Fifteen species of genus Cortinarius were reported from India, which mostly occurred from eastern Himalayan and Kerala (Berkeley, 1852; Bhavanidevi and Nair, 1983; Florence, 2004; Chona et al., 1958;Expand
Some interesting hyphomycetous fungi from India
During our investigations in Himachal Pradesh India, we reported five species of hyphomycetous fungi, which are described and illustrated herein. These fungi are Dictyoarthrinium lilliputeum ,Expand
Diversity and Distribution of Russula in India with Reference to Central Indian species
Members of the Russula ceae are characterized by their fleshy and often brightly coloured fruiting bodies with prominent lamellae, a heteromerous context traversed by conducting hyphae, warted,Expand
Biofertilizer Alternative for Potato Production in the Northern Plains of India
Potato is the world's fourth most important food crop after maize, wheat and rice with an annual production approaching 373.15 million tonnes from an area of 19.18 million hectares (FAOSTAT, 2011).Expand
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