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PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF HONEY OF APIS CERANA INDICA AND APIS MELLIFERA FROM DIFFERENT REGIONS OF ANANTNAG DISTRICT, JAMMU & KASHMIR
Objective: The aim of the present study was to analyse Physico-chemical properties of honey samples collected from different regions of District Anantnag J&K by using different analyses tests, vizExpand
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Comparative Growth Analysis of Litopenaeus Vannamei in Different Stocking Density at Different Farms of the Kottakudi Estuary, South East Coast of India
Several shrimp species are being cultured in ponds, and one particular species that is gaining popularity in tropical countries is the white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei. The present study carriedExpand
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NOSEMOSIS AND ITS EFFECT ON PERFORMANCE OF HONEY BEES- A REVIEW
Nosemosis is one of the most widespread disease of honey bees with potentially serious effects on beekeeping. The transmission of nosema disease to the adult honey bees infecting epithelial cells,Expand
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Histopathological observations on testes of adult blister beetle, Mylabris indica (thunberg) (Coleoptera: Meloidae) treated with neem
studies on the effects of neem on the histopathology of the testes of Mylabris indica revealed histopathological changes in the testes such as vacuolation, shrinkage of testis cyst cells, clumped andExpand
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Original Article Impact of Silver Nanoparticles on Wound Healing of Freshwater Fish, Anabas testudineus
Nanoparticles behaviour inside the organism is one of the big issues that need to be resolved. The behavior of nanoparticles is a function of their size, shape and surface reactivity with theExpand
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Study on 16s rRNA based PCR method for specific detection of Salmonella entrica typhi from gut of infected silkworm Bombyx mori (Linn.)
M Pradhap*, Selvisabhanayakam, V Mathivanan, V Parthasarathy, J V Ananda Ayyappan and S Sathees Kumar Department of Zoology, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar 608 002, India Department of Zoology,Expand
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Impact of heavy metal mercury on the ovary of adult female Odontopus varicornis (Dist.) (Hemiptera: Pyrrhocoridae).
The female reproductive system of the adult female Odontopus varicornis is composed of two ovaries, each consists of five telotrophic type of ovarioles. The ovary during fully mature turn into yellowExpand
Effects of Pygidial Secretion (Zoopesticide) on Histopathological Changes in the Male Accessory Reproductive Glands of Adult Male Insect Odontopus varicornis in Relation to Reproduction
Indiscriminate use of pesticides for the eradication of pests causes tremendous changes to the environment and also to other nontarget organisms. To prevent such contamination of the environment andExpand
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Analysis of Metals Concentration in the Soils of SIPCOT Industrial Complex, Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu
Phytoremediation is a promising area of new research, both for its low cost and great benefit to society in the clean retrieval of contaminated sites. Phytoremediation is the use of living greenExpand
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