Experimental Animal Science: Birds and Insects
Author
Arya, Dr Manoj Kumar and Dr Pawan Kumar 'Bharti'
Specifications
  • ISBN : 9789388854467
  • year : 2020
  • language : English
  • binding : Hardbound
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Description
This book will be helpful to the researchers and academia working in the field of Ethics in Experimentation in Animal science; Activities of Terrestrial Bird Communities in Indian Urban Landscapes; Animal biodiversity in East Antarctica; Survival of Waterbirds in Urban Lakes; Distribution of the Birds in Himalayan regions; Vultures in Reserved Forest at Kumaun Himalaya; Insect fauna; Sustainable management of a stored grain pest; Plant Hoppers; Distribution and Ecology of the State Butterfly of Uttarakhand; Oak Tasar Insect Culture in North Western Region of India; Species Diversity and Status of Insect Pests of Western Himalaya; Pesticide Toxicity to Insect Pollinators Honey-Bees. Contents:– Model and Ethics in Experimentation with Special Reference to Animal; Impact of Perching Plants and Trees for Persistence and Activities of Terrestrial Bird Communities in the Urban Landscapes of Bengaluru City, India; Animal Biodiversity and its Ecosystem in East Antarctica; Influence of Aquatic Vegetation for the Survival of Waterbirds in Urban Lakes of Bengaluru City, India; Spatial and Temporal Distribution of the Birds (Avifauna) in Subtropical and Temperate Region of Middle Himalayan Chain of North West Himalayas of Pir Panchal Range of Jammu & Kashmir; Records of Critically Endangered Species of Avian Fauna; Seasonality and Abundance of Insect Fauna of Kumaun University, Nainital, Uttarakhand, India; Population Dynamics based Triple-E Sustainable Management of a Major Stored Grain Pest Sitophilus spp. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)in India; Understanding Plant Hoppers and Rice Interactions for Developing Sustainable Sources of Resistance; Distribution and Ecology of the State Butterfly (Insecta: Lepidoptera) of Uttarakhand, India; Oak Tasar (Insecta: Lepidoptera) Culture in North Western Region of India; An Appraisal of Community Structure, Species Diversity and Status of Insect Pests (Insecta: Hemiptera) of Western Himalaya, India; Pesticide Toxicity to Insect Pollinators with Concern to Declining Population of Honey-Bees (Insecta: Hymenoptera)