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Advances in Pollen Spore Research: Vol. 39: Plant Sexual Reproduction and Pathogenic Bacteria

 
A J Solomon Raju (Author)
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Contents: 1. Reproductive biology of some mangrove plant species/A.J. Solomon Raju. 2. Reproductive ecology of tree species Maerua apetala (Capparaceae) and Mesua ferrea (calophyllaceae) in the tropical deciduous forests of Eastern Ghats of Andhra Pradesh, India/S. Sravan Kumar. 3. Pollination aspects of some species of apocynaceae/A.J. Solomon Raju and K. Venkata Ramana. 4. The pollination efficiency of honeybee and bumblebee visits to the red kidney bean, Phaseolus vulgaris L./D. P. Abrol.  5. Reproductive ecology of asystasia gangetica (L.) T. Anderson (Acanthaceae), Boerhavia diffusa L. and Boerhavia erecta L. (Nyctaginaceae)/M. Divya Sree. 6. A study on phyto-chemical analysis and anti-bacterial activity of spices on pathogenic bacteria isolated from commercially important edible marine fishes, Euthynnus affinis (Cantor), Katsuwonus Pelamis L. and Auxis thazard (Lacepede) (Family Scombridae)/Swathi Patrata.

 

In this issue, original research  relating to the topics on the reproductive ecology of Rzhizophora apiculate, R. mucronata, Lumnitzera racemose, Sciphyphora hydrophyllaceae (mangrove plant species), Maerua apetala, Mesua ferrea (tropical deciduous tree species), Asclepias curassavica, Dregea volubilis, Oxystelma esculentum, Brachystelma maculatum, Pergularia daemia, Tylophora indica, Catharanthus roseus, Rauvolfia serpentina (Apocynaceae species), Asystasia gangetica, Boerhavia diffusa and Boerhavia erecta (herb species) have been included. The pollinating efficiency of honeybee and bumblebee visits to Phaseolus vulgaris crop has been described. Further, details of results of phytochemical analysis and anti-bacterial activity of spices on gram positive and negative pathogenic bacterial isolated from commercial important edible marine fishes, Euthynnus affinis, Katsuwonus pelamis and Auxis thazard have been described.

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About the author

A J Solomon Raju

Dr. Aluri Jacob Solomon Raju is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. He did outstanding research in the subjects of Pollination Ecology, Conservation Biology, environmental Microbiology and Sanitation, and Aeorbiology. He published more that 200 research papers in International and National journals. He executed different major research projects funded by DST, UGC, MOEF, ICAR and CSIR. He is a Visiting Professor of the University of Colima, Mexico. He did postdoctoral research at the University of Akron, Ohio, USA for which he was awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award in 1991. He received the Best Researcher Award of the Andhra University, Best Paper Presentation Award and Loyola environmental Award from Loyola College, Chennai, India, in recognition of his outstanding research in biology. He served as Guest Editor for different volumes of Journals of Palynology. He is a member of several scientific societies in USA, Japan and India. He was an elected member of Sigma Xi, USA. He attended more than 50 national conferences and 20 international conferences. He visited USA, Canada, UK, Brazil, Mexico, Italy and Paraguay. He served as Consultant for Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations, Rome, Italy. He is the Resource Person for all India Radio Programmes on Science, Academic Staff Colleges and Chairperson for several technical programmes of International and National Conferences, etc. He organized different national level conferences on Pollination Ecology and published popular articles in daily news papers for the promotion of science. several of his papers were cited in published papers in international and national journals. Presently, he is operating major research projects on Pollination Ecology of Biodiesel Plants.

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Title Advances in Pollen Spore Research: Vol. 39: Plant Sexual Reproduction and Pathogenic Bacteria
Format Hardcover
Date published: 07.09.2021
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788170197072
length 282p., Colour Plates, Tables, Figs.