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Unstable agriculture and droughts : implications for policy
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A histopathologic study of Lymnea auricularia var. rufescens infected with the larval stages of Echinostoma revolutum.
  • M. Patnaik, S. Ray
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Japanese journal of medical science & biology
  • 1 October 1966
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A new Coccidium, Eimeria anili n. sp. from an Indian Passerine Bird
Summary The paper contains the description of a new coccidium, Eimeria anili n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Coccidia) from the Indian passerine bird, Sturnus contra contra L. The oocyst of the coccidium isExpand
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1968-69 Foodgrain Production- Relative Contribution of Weather and New Technology
The New Agricultural Strategy has already made a substantial impact on agricultural growth. This impact becomes the more apparent when the relative contribution of rainfall is included in anExpand
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Variation in flowering and fruit set among indigenous mango varieties from Malda and Murshidabad conserved as Field Gene Bank in Gurudas College, Kolkata, India
The flowering phenomenon in mango is a complex one. Normally, it crops heavily in one year (on year) and bears less or no crop the following year (off year). Again, it yields heavily the next year.Expand
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  • S. Ray
  • Political Science
  • 6 October 2017
Effects of Consumption Availability Fluctuations on Foodgrains Prices
9 Reserve Bank of India, The General Report of the Committee of Direction-All India Rural Credit Survey, abridged edition, 1955, page 60. 6 Government of India, Committee on Co-operative Credit, NewExpand