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      FW: new Indian book: Glimpses in Botany [FWD]

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      From: Hugh Jarvis [mailto:hjarvis@...]
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      Subject: new Indian book: Glimpses in Botany [FWD]


      Another offering from India. Details below, Hugh.

      "k.k.agencies" wrote:
      >
      >                                                  E/Editor's Pick: 289
      >
      > Here is a grand work, just published, which could be of interest to you.
      >
      > We have a **special discounted price shown in our offer against 'Your
      > Price' applicable on all orders reaching us till 31 December 2000**. Also,
      > we _make all shipments by registered AIRMAIL with no additional charges_.
      > You may give a reference to this bulletin while ordering. For ordering
      > details please refer at the end.
      >
      >           ----------------------------------------
      >
      > Mukerji, K. G.,
      > Glimpses in Botany / Edited by K. G. Mukerji, B. P. Chamola and A. K.
      > Sharma.  1st ed. New Delhi, A. P. H. Publishing Corporation.  2000.  xxvi,
      > 430 p. ills. maps. 25 cm.
      > Prof. G. S. Paliwal Festschrift Volume.
      > List Price: $ 100       Your Price: $ 90
      > ISBN: 8176482048                KK-12309
      >
      >           ----------------------------------------
      >
      > This book contains original articles on various aspects of Botany including
      > ethnobotany, palaeobotany, plant pathology, applied mycology, biotechnology
      > and forestry. Such a varied and up-to-date is bound to make it useful to
      > the Botanists, Agriculturists, Foresters and Scientific management advisers
      > and administrators. The contributors are well known in their specialised
      > fields of research and they have made sincere efforts to make their papers
      > as recent and comprehensive as possible.
      >
      > It is hoped that it will fully meet the objective of catering to needs of
      > Plant Scientists from different disciplines.
      >
      >                               Contents
      >
      > 1. Sexual Differentiation in Higher Plants / A. Kumar
      >
      > 2. Studies on the Pollination Sub-system in the Five Tree Species of
      > Caesalpiniaceae / B. K. Shukla
      >
      > 3. Organization, Structure and Seasonal Behaviour of Cambium and its
      > Derivatives in Some Tropical Trees / Shashi K. Anand and M. K. Paliwal
      >
      > 4. The Orchid Protocorm: An Opinion / Talyana B. Batygina and Elena V.
      > Andronova
      >
      > 5. Climatic Fluctuation Based on Two Hundred Million Year Old Plants in
      > Indian Peninsula: A Significant Advance in Botany / S. C. Srivastava and
      > Neeru Prakash
      >
      > 6. Permian Triassic Palynofloras from Euramerican and Gondwanan Regions: An
      > Overview / R. S. Tiwari
      >
      > 7. Some Aspects of Bryophyte-Animal Associations / P. L. Uniyal
      >
      > 8. Conservation of some Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Wealth in High
      > Altitude of Uttrakhand Himalaya / V. P. Bhatt
      >
      > 9. Observations on the Rarity Patterns and Endemism in Flowering Plants of
      > U. P. Himalaya and their Relevance for Conservation Planning / Sangeeta
      > Gupta, G. P. Raturi and A. B. Bhatt
      >
      > 10. Association of Plants with Tharu Tribe of Indo-Nepal Terai Region /
      > S. D. P. Sinha, Tulika Anupriya, Snita Kumari and Vishwa Vihari
      >
      > 11. Joint Forest Management: Aspects and Prospects / S. K. Gupta
      >
      > 12. Forest Tree Improvement in India / A. K. Gupta
      >
      > 13. Watershed Management in Rainfed Areas: Genesis and Evolution / D. D.
      > Sharma and Anita Sharma
      >
      > 14. Indian Gene Centre: Prospects for Collection and Conservation of Plant
      > Diversity / Anjula Pandey
      >
      > 15. Gene Transfer Technology: An Overview / Inderjeet Singh Bakshi
      >
      > 16. Chitinases and Their Potential Applications : Present Status and Future
      > Prospects / Rani Gupta, H. Mohapatra and R. K. Saxena
      >
      > 17. Cellulolytic Properties of Mycoflora Present in the Sewage Effluents of
      > Kanpur / R. K. Gupta and K. Gupta
      >
      > 18. Allozyme Electrophoresis : Visualisation and Interpretation of
      > Electrophoretic Data / R. Prakash and Seema Dubey
      >
      > 19. Plastics in Agriculture: Polyhouse Technology / M. Kumar
      >
      > 20. Role of Cell Envelope in Relation to Susceptibility and Resistance to
      > Antibiotics / Protiti Bose, Mohd. Sarosh Khan and Kiran Singh
      >
      > 21. Microbes in Biotechnology / Rajni Gupta, B. P. Chamola and T. N.
      > Lakhanpal
      >
      > 22. Biodiversity and Potential Applications of Yeasts / Ashima Bali, S.
      > Puniya and T. Satyanarayana
      >
      > 23. Microbial Ecology of Polluted Soils: Some Aspects / C. Manoharachary,
      > A. Narayana Laxmi and I. K. Kunwar
      >
      > 24. Aspergillus Mediated Diseases and their Diagnosis / Anubha Paliwal and
      > Shailly Nigam
      >
      > 25. Ear-Cockle: An Important Seed Borne Disease of Wheat / S. P. Tiwari and
      > M. N. Khare
      >
      > 26. Soybean Rust: Present Scenario and Future Strategies / M. N. Khare and
      > M. S. Bhale
      >
      > 27. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi as a Tool For Sustainable
      > Agriculture in Relation to Under Utilized Plants / Vandana Joshi
      >
      > 28. Mycorrhizal Technology to Enhance the Growth and Yield of Aromatic
      > Plants / Rupam Kapoor and K. G. Mukerji
      >
      > 29. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Association under Stress
      > Conditions / B. Giri, B. P. Chamola, Neelu and K. G. Mukerji
      >
      >                          List of Contributors
      >
      > 1. Anand, Shashi K., Department of Botany, Govt. P. G. College, Faridabad.
      >
      > 2. Andronova, Elena V., Department of Embryology and Reproduction Biology,
      > Komarov Botanical Institute, St. Petersburg.
      >
      > 3. Anupriya, T., Department of Botany, Patna Women's College, Patna
      > University, Patna.
      >
      > 4. Bakshi, Inderjeet Singh, Department of Botany, Sri Guru Teg Bhadur
      > Khalsa College, University of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 5. Bali, Ashima, Department of Microbiology, University of Delhi South
      > Campus, New Delhi.
      >
      > 6. Batygina, Talyana B., Department of Embryology and Reproduction Biology,
      > Komarov Botanical Institute, St. Petersburg.
      >
      > 7. Bhale, M. S., Department of Plant Pathology, J. N. Agricultural
      > University, Jabalpur.
      >
      > 8. Bhatt, A. B., Department of Botany, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar.
      >
      > 9. Bhatt, V. P., Herbal Research and Development Institute, Gopeshwar.
      >
      > 10. Bose, Protiti, Laboratory of Bioenergetics, Institute of Microbiology
      > and Biotechnology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal.
      >
      > 11. Chamola, B. P., Applied Mycology Laboratory Department of Botany,
      > University of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 12. Dubey, Seema, Department of Biosciences, Maharshi Dayanand University,
      > Rohtak.
      >
      > 13. Giri, B., Applied Mycology Laboratory, Department of Botany, University
      > of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 14. Gupta, K., Department of Botany, Dayanand Girls P. G. College, Kanpur.
      >
      > 15. Gupta, Rajni, Applied Mycology Laboratory, Department of Botany,
      > University of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 16. Gupta, Rani, Department of Microbiology, University of Delhi South
      > Campus, New Delhi.
      >
      > 17. Gupta, R. K., Department of Botany, D. A. V. College, Kanpur.
      >
      > 18. Gupta, Sangeeta, Wood Anatomy Division, Forest Research Institute,
      > Dehradun.
      >
      > 19. Gupta, S. K., Upper Ganga Watershed Management, Forest Division,
      > Karanprayag.
      >
      > 20. Joshi, Vandana, National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, Pusa
      > Campus, New Delhi.
      >
      > 21. Kanwar, I. K., Department of Botany, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
      >
      > 22. Kapoor, Rupam, Applied Mycology Laboratory, Department of Botany,
      > University of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 23. Khan, Sarosh Mohd., Laboratory of Bioenergetics, Institute of
      > Microbiology and Biotechnology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal.
      >
      > 24. Khare, M. N., Department of Plant Pathology, J. N. Agricultural
      > University, Jabalpur.
      >
      > 25. Kumar, A., Dr. S. P. Mukerjee Govt. Degree College, University of
      > Allahabad, Allahabad.
      >
      > 26. Kumar, M., Department of Botany, Sahu Jain (P. G.) College, Najibabad.
      >
      > 27. Lakhanpal, T. N., Department of Biosciences, H. P. University, Shimla.
      >
      > 28. Manoharachary, C., Department of Botany, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
      >
      > 29. Mohapatra, H., Department of Microbiology, University of Delhi South
      > Campus, New Delhi.
      >
      > 30. Mukerji, K. G., Applied Mycology Laboratory, Department of Botany,
      > University of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 31. Narayana, Laxmi A., Department of Botany, Osmaina University,
      > Hyderabad.
      >
      > 32. Neelu, Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 33. Nigam, Shailly, Centre for Biochemical Technology, University of Delhi,
      > Delhi.
      >
      > 34. Paliwal, Anubha, Centre for Biochemical Technology, University of
      > Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 35. Paliwal, M. K., Department of Botany, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar.
      >
      > 36. Pandey, Anjula, Division of Germplasm Exploration and Collection,
      > National Bureau of Genetic Resources, New Delhi.
      >
      > 37. Prakash, Neeru, Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow.
      >
      > 38. Prakash, R., Department of Biosciences, Maharshi Dayanand University,
      > Rohtak.
      >
      > 39. Puniya, S., Department of Microbiology, University of Delhi, South
      > Campus, New Delhi.
      >
      > 40. Raturi, G. P., Department of Botany, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar.
      >
      > 41. Satyanarayana, T., Department of Microbiology, University of Delhi
      > South Campus, New Delhi.
      >
      > 42. Saxena, R. K., Department of Microbiology, University of Delhi South
      > Campus, New Delhi.
      >
      > 43. Sharma, Anita, Department of Botany, Hans Raj College, University of
      > Delhi. Delhi.
      >
      > 44. Sharma, A. K., U. P. Forest Department, Forestry Campus, Meerut.
      >
      > 45. Sharma, D. D., Ministry of Environment and Forests, Paryavaran Bhawan,
      > New Delhi.
      >
      > 46. Shukla, B. K., Department of Botany, Y. D. College, Lakhimpur-Kheri.
      >
      > 47. Singh, Kiran, Laboratory of Bioenergetics, Institute of Microbiology
      > and Biotechnology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal.
      >
      > 48. Sinha, S. D. P., Ethnobotanical Laboratory, M. S. College, BRA Bihar
      > University, Motihari.
      >
      > 49. Srivastava, S. C., Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow.
      >
      > 50. Sunita Kumari, Ethnobotanical Laboratory, M. S. College, BRA Bihar
      > University, Motihari.
      >
      > 51. Tiwari, R. S., Department of Applied Geology, Barkatullah University,
      > Bhopal.
      >
      > 52. Tiwari, S. P., Department of Plant Pathology, J. N. Agriculture
      > University, Jabalpur.
      >
      > 53. Uniyal, P. L., Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi.
      >
      > 54. Vihari, V., Department of Botany, B.R.A. Bihar University, Motihari.
      >
      >                 ----------------------------------------
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