Richness of Molluscan Species from Fresh Water Reservoir of Yadgir District, Karnataka, India

The current study gives a list of Molluscan species found in Hattikuni Reservoir in Karnataka’s Yadgir District, as well as their abundance. From February 2014 to January 2016, the study was conducted over a two-year period. Molluscan fauna was collected

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Butterfly Biodiversity of Jogimatti Forest, Chitradurga, Karnataka- India

The study’s goal was to learn about and assess the butterfly biodiversity in the Jogimatti Forest in the Chitradurga district of Karnataka, India. Butterflies are good pollinators and highly sensitive to any environmental variation, and are considered ideal bio-indicators of

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Evaluation of Some Commercially Available Insecticides against Mango Leaf Gall Midge Procontarinia matteiana (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)

‘India produces the most mangos in the world, yet it has the lowest production among the top five countries. One of the most important difficulties confronting the mango business is pest complexes that destroy fruits, blooms, stems, and foliage. Over

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Study of Developmental and Immunogenic Consequences of Silver Nanoparticles in Drosophila

‘Silver’ is a magical metal that has been a part of human history since the dawn of humanity. Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) have become more popular in pharmaceutical and consumer applications due to their potent antimicrobial properties. AgNPs’ organismal toxicity is

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Study on Evaluation of the Efficacy of Different Fungicides against Fusarium musae, a Fruit Rot Disease of Banana

Due to the paucity of research on fusarium fruit rot diseases of banana and their management in India, it is thought worthwhile to conduct research on fusarium fruit rot diseases of banana and their management in south Gujarat in order

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Bauhinia variegata L. and Croton sparsiflorus L. against the Human Vector Mosquitoes

The researchers wanted to see how effective plant powders from Bauhinia variegata and Croton sparsiflorus were in killing Aedes albopictus L., Anopheles stephensi L., and Culex quinquefasciatus Say larvae in the fourth instar. Plant derivatives can be used as low-cost,

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Studies on Bacterial Populations Concomitant with Sclerotium rolfsii sclerotia in Flooded Soil, as Estimated by 16S rRNA Gene, PCR-DGGE and Sequence Analyses

The bacterial populations associated with sclerotia of Sclerotium rolfsii, the causal agent of soybean stem rot, were investigated using PCR-DGGE. Methodology and Results: In a greenhouse and in the field, fungal sclerotia were buried in soil supplemented with organic matter

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Potential of Bioactive Compounds of Holothuria atra- Associated Bacteria as a Raw Material in Bioindustry

Sea cucumbers contain bioactive substances that are beneficial to one’s health. These active compounds have the potential to be employed as raw materials in marine aquaculture. The goal of this research is to see if sea cucumber intestine-associated bacteria may

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Determination of Fisher Perception towards Smooth-coated Otters (Lutrogale perspicillata): A Case Study in Western India

In a rapidly urbanising society, human-animal conflict is an important paradigm. Various species, particularly predators, must adjust to a constantly changing habitat. This is exacerbated in riparian environments, which are environmentally sensitive to changes caused by human activity. The goal

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A Bibliographic Summary on Hymenopteran Parasitoids Collected in Biomes in Brazil

Our biomes and morphoclimatic domains are significant not just as natural resources in our country, but also as globally significant natural resource ecosystems. Parasitoids are extremely small insects that spend part of their lives inside their hosts. This host is

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