Proceedings on Biodiversity Depletion

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1. SEED GERMINATION BEHAVIOUR, CULTIVATION, USES & CONSERVATION OF COMMIPHORA WIGHTII - A CRITICALLY ENDANGERED MEDICINAL PLANT — PAWAN K. KASERA, HEERA LAL and SHER MOHAMMED
2. ZOOPLANKTONIC DIVERSITY & FISH FAUNA OF LAKE PICHHOLA IN RELATION TO ITS TROPHIC STATUS— M.S. SHARMA, VIPUL SHARMA, BHOOPENDRA KUMAR VERMA and
K. C. NAGAR
3. BIODIVERSIFICATION OF GALL-INSECTS & THEIR EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS WITH FLOWERING PLANTS IN RAJASTHAN— J.P. GUPTA
4. MAN AND BIODIVERSE MICROORGANISM— R. R. JAIN
5. SOME NEW RECORDS TO THE FLORA OF RAJASTHAN, INDIA — B. L. YADAV, K. L. MEENA, G. SINGH, P.C. AHIR, S. HUSSAIN and V. DHAKA
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7. LOSS OF PTERIDOPHYTIC FLORA DUE TO ALIEN INVADER LANTANA CAMARA— K.D. CHAWLA
8. BIODIVERSITY OF URBAN AVIFAUNA IN CONTEXT OF BHILWARA, RAJASTHAN — TRIPATHI A.K.,CHISHTY N. and SANSI R.K.
9. DIVERSITY OF PLANT PARASITIC NEMATODES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ROOT KNOT NEMATODE, MELOIDOGYNE SPECIES IN THE HAMELMALO & KEREN SUB ZOBAS OF ZOBA ANSEBA, ERITREA (NORTH EAST AFRICA)— K.K. CHAUDHARY and ADUGNA HAILE
10. INVESTIGATIONS ON BRADYRHIZOBIAL DIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN: A CASE STUDY OF SCREENING STRESS TOLERANT STARINS FOR IMPROVING SOYBEAN PRODUCTIVITY.— M.K. MEGHVANSI, KAMAL PRASAD and S. K. MAHNA
11. DISTRIBUTION OF PTERIDOPHYTIC FLORA IN AJMER DISTRICT, RAJASTHAN— DILIP GENA, N.K. VYAS and R.P. KANTHER
11. ETHNO-MEDICINAL HERBAL REMEDIES PRACTICED IN BEAWAR TEHSIL, RAJASTHAN, INDIA
— KANTHER R.P., SHARMA N.,TODARWAL R. and S.R. MOSALPURI
12. IN VITRO MULTIPLICATION OF ADVENTITIOUS SHOOT THROUGH NODAL SEGMENT AND SHOOT TIP OF MEDICINALLY IMPORTANT LILIACEOUS PLANT ASPARAGUS RACEMOSUS— SHARMA A and SHARMA V
13. STUDIES ON THE USE OF BRYOPHYTE DIVERSITY AND THEIR FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION PATTERN AS AN IMPORTANT TOOL FOR MONITORING AIR QUALITY — CHAUDHARY A, CHAUDHARY B.L. and KUKDA G. K.
14. STUDY OF THE ENDOSULFAN CONTAMINATION IN VEGETABLES GROWN IN & AROUND AJMER & ITS POSSIBLE EFFECT ON HUMAN HEALTH— P.D. CHARAN and K.C. SHARMA
15. IN-VITRO STUDIES OF MARSILEA POPULATIONS OF HADAUTI PLATEAU— PRIYANKA SHARMA and NILIMA BHARDWAJ
16. SOME IMPORTANT MEDICINAL PLANTS OF TEHSIL-SHAHPURA, DISTRICT- BHILWARA, RAJASTHAN— SUBHASH C. VERMA and B. L. YADAV
17. BIODIVERSITY OF DIFFERENT SPECIES OF AMPHISTOME IN UDAIPUR REGION (RAJASTHAN)— SWARNAKAR, G., CHISHTY N., KUMAWAT, A. and TRIPATHI A.
18. SOME RARE, ENDEMIC AND THREATENED ANGIOSPERMS OF SOUTHERN RAJASTHAN, INDIA— K. L. MEENA
19. ZOOPLANKTONIC FAUNA IN RELATION TO PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERI-STIC IN BADA MADAR TANK, UDAIPUR (RAJASTHAN)— SHARMA V, VERMA. B. K., MADHU SUDAN SHARMA M. S. and K. C. NAGAR
20. BIODIVERSITY OF HILL STREAM FISHES IN ARAVALLI REGION OF UDAIPUR DISTRICT, RAJASTHAN, INDIA— NAGAR K.C., SHARMA M.S., JOSHI A.K. and DAS B.
21. BIOINDICATION STUDY OF FLORA IN INDUSTRIAL AREA IN CORRELATION WITH WATER PARAMETERS— MEENAL VIG
22. BRYOPHYTE FLORA OF DECIDUOUS FOREST OF ”BEED” UDAIPUR, RAJASTHAN— SHARMA T.P. and SHARMA M.
23. TRADITIONAL VETERINARY MEDICINAL PLANTS USED BY LIVESTOCK OWNERS OF RAJASTHAN, INDIA— JAIN A. and GALAV P.
24. ANTISTRESS EFFECT OF WITHANIA SOMNIFERA DUNN. IN HIPPOCAMPAL SUB-REGIONS IN RAT BRAIN— SUSHMA JAIN and MAHEEP BHATNAGAR
25. ETHNO-MEDICINAL STUDIES OF CENTRAL RAJASTHAN— MANOJ KUMAR, ASHWANI, EKTA MANGAL and ANUPAMA YADAV
26. BIODIVERSITY OF PTERIODPHYTES IN RAJASTHAN— PUJA PAREEK and B.L. YADAV
27. DEGRADATION OF PYRENE BY PSEUDOMONAS STRAIN ISOLATED FROM COASTAL AREA MUMBAI— HARDIK PATHAK, SHALLU SIHAG and D.P. JAROLI
28. ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF THAR DESERT OF RAJASTHAN— SABIHA KHAN and NEELAM SHARMA
29. SOME TRADITIONAL ETHNOVETERINARY MEDICINAL PLANTS OF KUMBHAL GARH WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, RAJASTHAN, INDIA— P.C. AHIR, S. HUSSAIN and V. DHAKA
30. FLORISTIC DIVERSITY IN DEOLI TEHSIL AREA OF DISTRICT TONK, RAJASTHAN— KANTA MEENA and MANOJ KUMAR YADAV
31. CAUSE, EFFECT & REMOVAL OF HIGH FLUORIDE IN DRINKING WATER OF DEOLI TEHSIL, TONK DISTRICT (RAJASTHAN)— K.S. MEENA,KANTA MEENA, N. KUMAR and P.L. MEENA
32. ETHNOZOOLOGICAL PRACTICES IN SOUTHERN RAJASTHAN, INDIA— R.K. SANSI, C.K. SHARMA and A.K. BHANSALI
33. ETHNOZOOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IN THE MOUNT ABU WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, RAJASTHAN, INDIA— BHAGWAN DAS and JAIDEEP SINGH
34. CLIMATE CHANGE & ISSUES IN GOVERNANCE: INDIAN PERSPECTIVE — DHARMENDRA MISHRA
35. PLANT DIVERSITY OF TODGARH RAOLI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, RAJASTHAN, INDIA— V. K. LOYAL and R.N. MISHRA
36. OBSERVATIONS ON BIODIVERSITY OF BASSI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, RAJASTHAN, INDIA— R.S. YADAV and JAIDEEP SINGH
37. MOUNT ABU WILDLIFE SANCTUARY : A SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL PERPLEXITY— KUMAR KARTIKEYA and R.S. CHAUHAN
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39. COMBATING GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: INTERNATIONAL ISSUES — DHARMENDRA MISHRA

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Biological diversity is the variability of life forms on the earth. India is one of the 12 megadiverse countries of the world and is a signatory of the CBD convention held at Rio de Janeiro way back in 1992. The two hot spots of India, Western Ghats and Eastern Himalaya are paradises of valuable genes. It is a vital resource which provides a wide range of benefits to the mankind. Unfortunately this life supporting system is depleting at an alarming rate due to several factors of which man and his anthropogenic associates are playing the key role. A number of taxa have been lost and quite a substantial number of species are facing threat to their survival in nature. The loss of this natural heritage cannot be ignored. Realizing the importance and need of biodiversity conservation, the botany department of M.L.V. Government College, Bhilwara has organized a two days National Conference on “Biodiversity Conservation: Causes, Consequences and Solutions” on 28 - 29 September, 2012 with the objectives to have expert opinions and to discuss the contemporary developments on this subject. The conference aims at addressing the various issues related to this diversity by providing a platform to researchers, government agencies, NGO’s, industries, academicians and students to interact and share knowledge for better promotion, utilization and to ensure persistence of biodiversity.

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Author Meena K.L.
ISBN 9788172338435
Publisher Scientific Publishers
Year of Publication 2013
Binding PB

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