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Studies on sandal spike disease in the forests of Karnataka State
|Statement||V. Muniyappa ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Muniyappa, V., University of Agricultural Sciences (Bangalore, India)|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche (o) 95/60054 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 >|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||95900812|
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Soligas are a tribal community living in the forest areas of Biligirirangana Hills in southern Karnataka, s cultivate several crops in small patches located close to their settlements for subsistence. During the present investigation, the diversity, distribution and abundance of insects that infest food grains stored by Soligas were studied and the influence of biotic and abiotic Cited by: 2. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies (IJIRAS) Volume 4 Issue 7, July ISSN: Diveresity And Distribution Of Spider Fauna In Different Ecosystems Of Chikmagalur Parts Of Western Ghats, Karnataka Prashanthakumara S.M M. Venkateshwarlu.
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The state of Karnataka is blessed with magnificent forests. The impressive blanket of forest greenery existing in the state is composed of 5 different forest types.
The forest types found in Karnataka are: 1. Evergreen and Semi-evergreen Forest. The evergreen forests mainly comprises of evergreen trees that retain their green foliage throughout Author: Madur.
The state of Karnataka in South India has a rich diversity of flora and fauna. It has a recorded forest area of km 2 which constitutes % of the total geographical area of the state.
These forests support 25% of the elephant population and 20% of the tiger population of India. Many regions of Karnataka are still unexplored and new species of flora and fauna are still found. Spike disease which was confined to sandal forests of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu has now spread to Kerala State lor the first time in Do you want to read the rest of this article.
Request full. Muniyappa V, Vijaykumar N, Subba Rao M, Kushalappa V () Studies on sandal spike disease in the forests of Karnataka State. KSTC, Bangalore, India Google Scholar Rangaswamy NS, Rao PS () Experimental studies on Santalum album L.
Establishment of tissue cultures of : J. Valluri. Karnataka has mangrove patches, a study finds Divya Gandhi the State has a sizeable stretch of mangrove forests, a vibrant saline-water ecosystem generally associated with India’s east coast Author: Divya Gandhi. A retrospective study on the epidemiology of foot and- mouth disease (FMD) in Karnataka, India between the years and based on the data collected through passive and active.
THE KARNATAKA FOREST ACT, ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Statements of Objects and Reasons: Sections: CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY 1. Short title, extent and commencement. Definitions. CHAPTER II RESERVED FORESTS 3. Powers to constitute Reserved Forests.
Notification by Government. Proclamation by Forest Settlement Officer. Bar of accrual of File Size: KB. Kyasanur Forest Disease (KFD), also referred to as monkey fever is an infectious bleeding disease in monkey and human caused by a highly pathogenic virus called KFD virus (KFDV).KFDV is of zoonotic origin (originating from animals) and it is transmitted primarily by infective tick, Haemaphysalis s, shrews, monkeys and birds upon tick bite become reservoir for this virus.
Karnataka witnesses three types of climate. The state has a dynamic and erratic weather that changes from place to place within its territory. Due to its varying geographic and physio-graphic conditions, Karnataka experiences climatic variations that range from arid to semi-arid in the plateau region, sub-humid to humid tropical in the Western Author: Jolad Rotti.
Unit Study of diseases of crop plants: Potato Spindle Tuber Disease, Tobacco Mosaic Disease, Sandal Spike Disease, Bacterial blight of Paddy, Citrus canker, Late Blight of Potato, Downy Mildew of Bajra and Maize, Blight of paddy, Angular leaf spot of cotton, Tikka disease of ground nut, Rust of coffee, Grain and Head smut of Sorghum.
Between andon average overIndian sandalwood (Santalum album) trees were harvested annually in the state of Karnataka in southern India. Then, init Cited by: 7. Ethnobotany is not new to India because of its rich ethnic diversity. The area of present ethnobotanical studies comprises Karnataka's two southernmost districts viz.
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The study area Kalbetta State Forest is located in Hunsur taluk of Mysuru District, Karnataka, India. It lies between 76°14’13”E 12°19’14” N and 76° 15'16"E 12°17'29"N geographically with an elevation range of – m m above MSL (Figure1).
Figure 1: location map of the Study area This area was declared as the state Forest by the. Chemical approaches to control have been used successfully against fungal and bacterial diseases, but only rarely against viral and mycoplasma disease.
Some of the describe methods have been used successfully long before the mycoplasmal nature of plant disease became recognized.
Other control methods are now being tired or by: 2. : Kaniyas of Karnataka: Bio-Anthropological Study (): Oinam Ronibala Devi, Gangadhar M R: Books. This disease, caused by Ephelis oryzae [Balansia oryzae-sativae], has been present for many years and affects both local and improved high-yielding cvs.
Occurrences were spasmodic and made it difficult to determine the relative susceptibility of cvs. The most effective control was given by hot water seed treatment at 54 deg C for 20 : S.
Gowda. In the early s, the Karnataka Department of Forestry opened for logging the forests of Western Ghats, which spread across the state of Karnataka. The government proposed the construction of a pulp and paper mill, a plywood factory and a chain of hydroelectric dams to. In India, the studies of ticks received importance after the discovery of Kyasanur Forest disease (KFD) transmitted by Haemaphysalis spp.
in Shimoga district of Karnataka state in A report by Pattnaik () indicates the increasing number of KFD cases in Karnataka and necessitates the strategic control of tick vectors [ 2 ].Cited by: 2. Ramaswamy, N.M. Sandal spike—a plant virus disease.
Indian Forester 82(2): Sandal Research Centre. Note on the techniques of raising sandal seed-lings by adopting effective control measures against sandal seedling disease.
Myforest 19(3) Sen-Sanda, P.K. Spike disease of sandal—a yellows type disease. In. Tropical Forest Insect Pests, first published inpromotes a better theoretical understanding of pest population dynamics, and causes of forest insect outbreaks in the tropics.
Covering pests of both natural forests and plantations, it examines the diversity of tropical forest insects; their ecological functions; the concept of pests; and Cited by: COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS OF THE KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA - II: BEACHES (Psammophytes) Floristics, Conservation & Management [Rao, T.
Ananda; Sherieff, A.N.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS OF THE KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA - II: BEACHES (Psammophytes) Floristics, Conservation & ManagementAuthor: A.N. Rao, T. Ananda; Sherieff.Santalbic acid. Sandal grows in abundance in many states of South India. Santalum album or East Indian Sandalwood cultivation is on the rise in Karnataka.
As the Indian Sandalwood () is grown in several parts of Karnataka state, a study was taken up to find out the rela-tive content of Ximenynic acid from different prov-File Size: KB.