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The Poultry Breeding Manual - A Collection of Articles on Breeds, Mating, Hatching, Biology and Other Areas of Interest for the Poultry Breeder common tern its breeding biology and social
This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience. Each publication has been professionally curated and includes all details on the original source material. This particular instalment, "The Poultry Breeding Manual" contains information on breeds, biology, hatching and much more. It is intended to illustrate the main aspects of poultry breeding and serves as a guide for anyone wishing to obtain a general knowledge of the subject and understand the field in its historical context. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
2975 RUR
Breeding biology of Labeo dyocheilus (McClelland 1839) common tern its breeding biology and social
This book aimed to provide the information to the scientists and researchers for further research exploration, scientific cultural and management aspect because a little information is available in literature regarding ecological study of breeding biology of Labeo dyocheilus so as this work will fill up the gap in literature. In this book the study matter comprise several aspects of breeding biology such as maturation biology, factors regulating the spawning, the reproductive capacity, sex ratio, cyto-histological and biochemical changes in the gonads. Present work will be helpful to explore the significance of several scientific aspects of breeding biology as well as conservation of biotic diversity leading to the concept of sustainable development.
6690 RUR
Reproductive biology and genetic diversity of Terminalia paniculata common tern its breeding biology and social
Reproductive biology and Genetic diversity of Terminalia paniculata is designed to serve as a book for researchers in Biotechnology, Botany, Genetics and molecular biology. The book focuses on explaining the both basic and advanced concepts and techniques in reproductive biology, pollination, molecular biology, and genetic diversity and their application thereof. The book provide comprehensive discussions on pollination in tropical trees, nature of pollinators, nectar secretion pattern, breeding system, allozyme diversity and gene flow aspects.
7790 RUR
Behavioural Ecology of Common Myna, Acridotheres tristis common tern its breeding biology and social
Common Myna occurred predominantly in bird community of 27 bird species which was characterised by 10 insectivores, 7 omnivores, 4 frugivores, 4 granivores, 1 predatory and 1 nectarivore. Common Myna formed foraging association with 21 species, while its feeding association was restricted only to 11 bird species. For roosting Common Myna preferred all the three levels of canopy mainly of woody, wide canopied trees. Common Myna formed perching association predominantly with five species. For nests and nesting requirements, Common Myna was found closely associated with House Crow, Ring Dove, Red Vented Bulbul, Night Heron and Pied Myna. Successful breeding of Common Myna was carried out in 25 wooden nest boxes installed at four different locations. Per cent egg laying, hatching and breeding success of 44.45, 85 and 68.75 was recorded in natural cavities as compared to that of 84, 87.41 and 75.54 in nest boxes. Sixteen species of insects were recorded in the nest boxes. Present studies not only revealed the ecological status of Common Myna and its behavioural adjustments with co-existing species, but also reflected ecological stability and diversity of the study area.
5790 RUR
Role of Common Interest Group in Empowerment of Dairy Farmers common tern its breeding biology and social
Common Interest Groups by including Below Poverty Line families, having common economic and social conditions and which are ready to take common work. The long-term goal of Common Interest Groups was to reduce the poverty of the members. The specific objective of the Common Interest Groups was to improve the living standards and the socio-economic status of the members. The Common Interest Groups were empowering the members through building the capacities of its members, and improving their infrastructure services and resources on the basis of their priorities in social and economic needs.
4929 RUR
A Guide for Budgerigar Owners - Hints and Tips for First Time Owners as Well as Breeding Information for Experienced Owners of these Beautiful Birds common tern its breeding biology and social
This text comprises a comprehensive and easy-to-follow handbook pertaining to the owning of budgerigars, containing information on their health, breeding, and management. The perfect book for both existing and prospective canary owners, this guide contains all the basic information necessary for successful budgerigar ownership and constitutes a great addition to any collection of avicultural literature. Chapters contained within this book include: 'Descriptions of Parrots', 'Housing your Birds', 'Keeping the Birds Healthy', 'Their Breeding and Management', 'Breeding Continued', 'Difficulties of Breeding', 'In-Breeding and its Results', 'Colour Varieties', and 'Ailments and their Treatment'. This text has been chosen for modern republication due to its educational value, and is proudly republished now complete with a new introduction to aviculture.
2575 RUR
A Complete Guide to Canary Ownership - With Chapters on Its History, Varieties, Tips and Plans for Purchasing or Constructing an Aviary, Breeding and Common Illness and Cures common tern its breeding biology and social
This text comprises a detailed and easy-to-follow handbook pertaining to the owning of canaries, including information on their health, breeding, and history. The perfect book for both existing and prospective canary owners, this guide contains all the basic information necessary for successful canary ownership and constitutes a great addition to any collection of avicultural literature. Chapters contained within this book include: 'The History of the Canary', 'Common Breeds of the Canary', 'Other Breeds', 'Housing your Canary—Cages and Aviaries', 'Constructing your own Cage', 'Purchasing your own Stock for Breeding and Pairing', 'Mating and Rearing', and 'Common Illnesses and their Cures'. This text has been chosen for modern republication due to its educational value, and is proudly republished here complete with a new introduction to aviculture.
2588 RUR
An Introduction to Hybrid Rice Breeding common tern its breeding biology and social
This book consist of basic principles, male sterility systems, one line breeding, fertility restoration systems and its genetics and nucleus seed production of parental lines of hybrid rice. The three line (CGMS) and two line (TGMS, PGMS) systems of male sterility and glossary will be useful for easy understanding of under graduate students and post graduate students who engaged in hybrid rice breeding.
4929 RUR
Social capital in village dynamics common tern its breeding biology and social
Social capital in the contemporary time has an intrinsic value in bringing people together for a common cause. The present study has undergone the process of social cohesion in the domain of village dynamics for the management of the common irrigation system (canal). A key issue in this research concerns relative benefits of various types of ties which is based on mutual trust, common norms and shared information in the social system. The Patna Sone canal is the prime source of irrigation in the region, therefore it becomes necessary to conserve and maintain its channels. Considering its vital role in offering lifeline to livelihood for the farmers, the study has been undertaken to see if farmer's network and collective action has made any difference in its management and upkeep. Since the two consequent drought years of 2009-10, these selected regions- Naubatpur and Paliganj of Patna district severely affected by acute water crisis that resulted in the decline of crop production. The finding based on analysis suggests that there has been gradual decline of social capital reflected in the declining participation of the local communities.
5790 RUR