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Food spoilage, food infections and intoxications caused by microorganisms and methods for their detection
This paper focuses on the study of food spoilage in relation to meat products, and investigates the role that spoilage plays in the development of foodborne disease. Expand
Role of crop diversification and integrated nutrient management in resilience of soil fertility under rice-wheat cropping system
The inclusion of a legume in a cropping system for maintaining organic C and available N in soil and adequate P and K fertilization for arresting the depletion of available P andK content in soil are suggested. Expand
Nutraceutical composition of wild species of genus Lentinus Fr. from Nothern India
Neutraceutical composition of wild edible fungal species of genus Lentinus viz. L. sajorcaju, L. connatus, L. torulosus, L. cladopus and L. squarrosulus was determined. Nutraceuticals composition wasExpand
Correlation and path analysis in strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa Duch.)
Fruit width had highest direct positive contribution towards fruit yield per plant followed by number of flowers per plant, and these important traits may be considered in selection programme for the further improvement of yield in strawberry. Expand
Effect of potassium, zinc and farm yard manure on growth, yield, nutrient uptake and quality of potato (Solanum tuberosum L)
A field experiment was conducted at Gwalior (M.P.) for two consecutive years to study the effect of potassium, zinc and farm yard manure on growth, yield, nutrient uptake and quality of potato. TheExpand
Incidence of killer yeast in cane molasses and status of industrial yeasts with respect to killer character
Twenty-one industrial yeast strains including distillery and brewery yeasts tested were found to be of sensitive character and all the killer strains belonged to genera Sacchromyces. Expand
Construction of killer industrial yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae HAU-1 and its fermentation performance
The killer activity was found to be stably maintained during hostile conditions of ethanol fermentations in dextrose or molasses, and even during biomass recycling. Expand
Production of new races of Puccinia graminis var Tritici
To study the phenon~enon of somatic recombination in stem rust of wheat, seedlings of selected wheat cultivars were inoculated with six pairs of races and six races and biotypes were identified, of which three were new and previously undescribed. Expand