Semen characteristics, cryopreservation, and successful artificial insemination in the Blue rock pigeon (Columba livia).
Tribes in Karnataka: Status of health research
- Subarna Roy, H. Hegde, D. Bhattacharya, V. Upadhya, S. Kholkute
- SociologyThe Indian journal of medical research
- 1 May 2015
This article is an attempt to list and map the various tribes of the State of Karnataka and review the studies carried out on the health of these ethnic groups, and the information obtained about the traditional health practices from these people.
Molecular identification of Saraca asoca from its substituents and adulterants
The utility of simple, cost-effective method of ISSR fingerprinting coupled with rbcL barcoding in differentiating this important medicinal plant from its common adulterants/substituents is demonstrated.
Ethnomedicinal plants used to treat bone fracture from North-Central Western Ghats of India.
Herbal care for reproductive health: ethno medicobotany from Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka, India.
Reproductive toxicity of Aroclor-1254: effects on oocyte, spermatozoa, in vitro fertilization, and embryo development in the mouse.
Effects of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) on in vitro fertilization in the mouse.
Effects of duration of diabetes on behavioural and cognitive parameters in streptozotocin-induced juvenile diabetic rats.
- R. Rajashree, S. Kholkute, S. Goudar
- Medicine, BiologyMalaysian Journal of Medical Sciences
- 1 October 2011
It is essential to diagnose and treat early-onset type 1 diabetes in young children to prevent irreversible cognitive dysfunction and the effects of different durations of hyperglycaemia on behavioural and cognitive parameters in young streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
Twin outbreak of cholera in rural North Karnataka, India
The first twin outbreak of cholera in two remote areas of Bijapur district, Karnataka, south India was reported, indicating the need for immediate preparedness to deal with such emergencies and tracking the lineage of the V. cholerae isolates by DNA fingerprinting.