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  • Wielgus, R B Bunnell, +22 authors Mohr
  • 2014
endangered species towards probable infanticide and factors that can govern their conservation implications. Tests of hypotheses of sexual segregation in grizzly bears.ing effects of adult male mortality on grizzly bear population growth and persistence using matrix models. First evidence of non-parental male in-fanticide in the endangered Iberian Lynx(More)
The proponents of anthropocene (the era of human-induced climatic changes) suggest that unless humanity changes its behavior according to earth system rules there will be no more holocene-type relative stability. Even the sustainability of the Earth’s life support systems is threatened. Humans and their use of land have transformed more than three quarters(More)
  • S L Chadha, K Ramachandran, S Shekhawat, R Tandon, N Gopinath
  • 1993
A follow-up study of coronary heart disease (CHD) was carried out among adults in Delhi 3 years after an initial community-based epidemiological survey of the same population. A total of 575 of the 814 cases of CHD detected clinically and by electrocardiogram (ECG) in the initial survey took part. On re-examination of the original cohort of 4151 adults who(More)
Morinda tinctoria (Rubiaceae) commonly called as ‘Indian Mulberry’ is one of the avenue trees of historically important Mandore garden planted anthropogenically in the past. Objective of this study was to determine the genetic diversity of M. tinctoria population at Mandore garden using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA and Inter Simple Sequence Repeat(More)
Blyttia spiralis (Forssk.) D.V.Field & J.R.I.Wood, a threatened and medicinally important plant, belongs to the family Apocynaceae. Widespread habitat destruction has adversely affected natural populations of this species. This paper reports the first efficient plant propagation system for B. spiralis using nodal segments as explants. The greatest number of(More)
A micro-propagation method using liquid culture medium has been developed for Acacia nilotica ssp. cupressiformis. Nodal segments obtained from mature tree (15–20 years old) was used as explants for bud breaking and multiple shoot induction. MS liquid medium with 2.0 mg l−1 of 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP) was the best for shoot bud induction. Further shoots(More)
  • N Gopinath, S L Chadha, S Shekhawat, R Tandon
  • 1994
A follow-up study of hypertension was carried out among adults in Delhi 3 years after an initial community-based epidemiological survey of the same population. The treatment and the severity status of 1115 out of 1749 individuals with hypertension detected in the initial survey were compared with those observed in the follow-up. The proportion of treated(More)
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