Volume 8 Number 4 (Oct: 2017) page No. 633-923
UGC Approved Research Journal Sr. No. 14868

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Volume 8, Number 4, Oct. - 2017 Volume is available online 17 th Oct. 2017
Edited by Chief Editor, Dr. Umesh P. Mogle, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Botany, J. E. S. College, Jalna (M. S.) India
Title of the research paper Page Number
Page No. 633 to 770 (Page - I)
Optimization and partial characterization of amylase produce by Bacillus cereus KR9 using Response surface methodology
Naidu Kasthuri Nallaswamy, S. Radhathirumalaiarasu
Isolation, Screening and Characterization of Marine Bacteria for Exopolysaccharide Production
Rahul Chaudhari, Murtaza Hajoori, Manish Suthar and Sagar Desai
Seedling phenology of Ecbolium ligustrinum exhibiting epigeal phanerocotylar type of germination
Arijit Kundu, Prakash Karmakar and Pankaj K. Pal
Proteases from dump gut excreta of wild tasar Antheraea mylitta
Sandip K. Wagh, Keshav D. Shinde, Satishkumar S. Tekale and Manohar V. Padul
Effect of aqueous extract of Ecbolium viride on thioacetamide induced liver cirrhosis in albino Rat
Salunkhe A. J. and Patil R.  N.
Assessment of Iron toxicity by evaluating enzymological markers in liver and kidney of major carp Labeo rohita (Ham.)
Mohmad Amin Wani, Q. J. Shammi, Jasdeep Singh
In- vitro adsorption of Pb on low cost and Eco-friendly Biosorbent Sargassum
Parekh Honey, Patel Kailash, Jadav Rajendra, Reddy M.N.
Influence of Ulva lactuca L. on Photosynthetic Pigments and Biochemical constituents of Oryza sativa L.
Bhimrao J. Patil and Premkumar B. Shivgan
Screening of endophytic fungi isolated from Azadirachta indica A. Juss. for production of enzyme
Taware A. S., More Y. W., Ghag S. V. and Rajurkar S. K.
Screening of inulinase producing bacteria from diverse sources.
Sai Tharun Kumar Guttikonda, S. Vanitha and K. Anuradha
Occurrence of Alternaria spores at Barshi area of Solapur district of Maharashtra
Patil M. T. and N. S. Mali
Impact of Thermal Power Plant Effluent on Changes of Growth and Pigment Content in Raphanus sativus L.
Mistry Brijal, Patel Kailash, Reddy M.N.
Influence of different yeast strains on physicochemical characteristics of banana wine
Pradip D. Satav and Archana S. Pethe
Secondary metabolite and enzyme activity on some moss species from Western Ghats, Maharashtra, India
Wadavkar D S, Murumkar C V, Deokule S S and Chavan S J
Two invasive alien giant sensitive weeds-new additions to the flora of Tripura, India
Amal Debnath, Chiranjit Paul and Bimal Debnath
Short Communication
Polycheate Lumbrineris hetropoda as antifouling compounds
Vaidya V. V.
Effect of Plant growth regulators on catalase activity in Simarouba glauca seedlings
Patil Manasi S and Gaikwad D K
Effect of lead stress on antioxidative enzymes in leaves, stem and roots of a mangrove Avicennia marina
Aruna Chawla, Kailash P. Patel, Rajendra M. Jadav and M. N. Reddy
Host Diversity of The Parasitic Genus Cuscuta in Northern Part of West Bengal, India
Anup Kumar Sarkar, Manas Dey and Mallika Mazumder
Further Investigation on the species of Diptera from the host plant Zizyphus mauritiana Lamk. (Rhamnaceae) from W.B, India
Amit Kumar Gayen, Panchanan Parui and Surja Prakash Agarwala
Palynomorphic studies on the pteridophytes of Kolli Hills, Eastern Ghats, Tamil Nadu
P. Vijayakanth, S. Sahaya Sathish, R. Palani, T. Thamizharasi and A. Vimala
Ecofriendly management of aphids on tomato by using pongamia glabra (v) plants extracts
Sayyad N. R.
Micropropagation of Euphorbia fusiformis Buch-Ham. A rare medicinal plant
Devaraju Srinivas and K. Jaganmohan Reddy

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