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1. An Account of Epiphytic Orchids of Nainital in Relation to Their Host Specificity Jyoti and L. M. Tewari Orchids are highly evolved and specialized group of flowering plants belonging to family Orchidaceae. It is the second largest family of the flowering plants in the world with more than 24,000 species of perennials that includes terrestrial, saprophytic, lithophytic and epiphytic species. The present work is based on the systematic ephiphytic orchids observations based on habit, habitat, colour of flower, flowering period and detailed morphological features. Twenty-two epiphytic orchid species belonging to fifteen genera were recorded from Nainital area. The genera represented were Dendrobium (four species), Aerides, Bulbophyllum, Eria and Oberonia (two species each) while rests were represented by single species each.Click Here To Read More 01-04 [DOWNLOAD PDF]

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[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/jbcc.2019.v06i01.001

2. Antimicrobial Examination of Mucilage Obtained from Fruits of Tilkor [Mamoradica monadelpha]: A Potential Medicinal Plant Panshu Pratik and Md. Athar Shadique The present study includes isolation and purification of mucilage from fruits of Tilkor and its chemical characterization using FTIR and TLC. The extraction of mucilage is standardized and is purified. FTIR of the pure freeze dried powder showed the presence of complex carbohydrates starch and this confirmed the film forming property of the mucilage. using n-ethanol: acetic acid: water (4:3:7v/v/v) as solvent system Rf values were found to be 0.96; 0.87; 0.95; 0.72; 0.46; 0.20. Also, these spots reflected color under UV light.Click Here To Read More 05-09 [DOWNLOAD PDF]

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[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/jbcc.2019.v06i01.002

3. African Swine Fever: An Emerging Viral Disease in India – A Review Atul Kabra, Mohammad Mukim, Kamal Uddin, Ruchika Kabra and Rajiv Kukkar African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) is highly contagious and often lethal to domestic and wild pigs, has been around for decades. African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) causes a serious swine disease that is endemic in Africa and Sardinia and spreading in Russia and neighboring countries, including Poland, Czech Republic. ASF was introduced into East Asian countries including China in 2018 and continued to propagate within East and Southeast Asia (Mongolia, Vietnam, Laos and the Philippines). Recently in India, around 2500 swine deaths reported in six districts of Assam due to the emergence of ASFV.Click Here To Read More 10-18 [DOWNLOAD PDF]

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[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/jbcc.2019.v06i01.003

4. An Assessment of Improved Production Technology of Rapeseed Mustard under Rain-fed Agro-ecosystem in Hamirpur District of Himachal Pradesh, India Hem Chander and Gulshan Kumar An assessment of improved production technology of rapeseed mustard was conducted in Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh during 2018-2019 through frontline demonstrations. Ninety farmers of 14 villages of Hamirpur district in Himachal Pradesh were provided seeds of rapeseed mustard (Gobhi Sarson GSC-7) during November, 2018. The crop was harvested in February-March, 2019. One Kg seeds yielded 250 Kg mustard seeds with a benefit to cost ratio of 1.75. This technology has proved great boost to enhancement of agricultural income and sustainability of farming under rain-fed agro-ecosystem.Click Here To Read More 19-23 [DOWNLOAD PDF]

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[DOI]: http://dx.doi.org/10.33980/jbcc.2019.v06i01.004

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