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EFFECT OF SRIYANTRA AND LUNAR DAYS ON THE GERMINATION OF FENUGREEK by ITAGI RAVI KUMAR1 AND RAVI KUMAR MANDAL2 2018-03-16T21:45:09+00:00 Itagi Ravi Kumar <p>In <em>tantric</em> text <em>yantra</em> is a geometric diagram, which drawn on a paper and metal for worship or upasana to attain a siddhi and yogis use as aid to meditation. Lunar days are the length of time it takes for the moon to make one complete rotation on its axis compared to the sun. According to Hindu calendar lunar day called as <em>tithi</em> and 30 days in lunar month. In this study <em>pancha loha sriyanta</em> and paper <em>sriyantra</em> of two different sizes 23 cm x 23 cm and 15 cm x 15 cm were used as an intervention to see the effect on germination of fenugreek seeds along with control. Sample size was 600 seeds with 15 replications of 40 seeds in each replication. To study the effect of lunar day on germination of seeds, size of sample was 40 seeds. Samples are soaked at sunrise time on each lunar day of March/April. The present study showed <em>sriyantra</em> was more effective than control on % of germination, mean radical length, fresh weight and oven dry weight on fenugreek. Paper <em>sriyantra</em> was more effective on % of germination, mean radical length and oven dry weight than <em>pancha loha sriyantra</em>. <em>Pancha loha sriyantra </em>was more effective on fresh weight than Paper <em>sriyantra</em>. Bigger size <em>sriyantra</em> was more effective on % of germination, mean radical length and fresh weight. In the effect of lunar days investigation found that at four days before and after full moon was more effective.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong><em>KEYWORDS</em></strong>: <em>Germination, Radical length, Fresh weight, Oven dry weight, Sriyantra,</em> Lunar day,<em> Tithi</em></p> 2018-03-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 4. BUTTERFLY (LEPIDOPTERA-RHOPALOCERA-INSECTA) DIVERSITY OF ROORKEE, DISTRICT HARIDWAR, UTTARAKHAND INDIA by ASHISH KUMAR LAMIYAN1 AND NARENDER SHARMA2 2018-03-16T21:45:09+00:00 Narender Sharma <p><strong><em>ABSTRACT</em></strong></p> <p>A preliminary study on the butterfly diversity of Roorkee, District Haridwar of Uttarakhand, was studied through sampling programme from February 2017- August 2017. A total of 32 species belonging to 26 genera of five families (Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymhalidae, Lycaenidae, Hesperiidae) were recorded. &nbsp;The maximum number of species&nbsp; were found in the family Nymphalidae (15 species), followed by Pieridae (7 species), Lycaenidae (6 &nbsp;species), Papilionidae (3 species), and Hesperiidae ( 1 species). An analysis of relative abundances revealed that of the 32 species reported, 10 were classed as &nbsp;very common, 18 as common and the remaining 4 species as uncommon.</p> 2018-03-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 1. ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN GREENHOUSE FOR CUCUMBER CULTIVATION IN CHHATTISGARH by ANUSHA SINGH, MANISHA SAHU, V.M. VICTOR AND HARSHIT MISHRA 2018-03-16T21:45:08+00:00 ANUSHA SINGH, MANISHA SAHU, V.M. VICTOR HARSHIT MISHRA <p>Cucumber is one of the most widely grown warm season crops in India and has an increasing demand in global and national market due to its versatility. The present research was done to work out the energy input in greenhouse cucumber cultivation in experimental field of IGKV, Raipur, Chhattisgarh. For the cultivation of crops soil-less culture was adopted and coco peat in hydroponic troughs were used as growing media. The objective of this study was to determine the total energy input that is consumed in greenhouse cultivation of cucumber and the factors which contribute to it. Also other objectives were to determine total output of cucumber for a season in terms of energy and calculate various energy indices. The results revealed that protected cucumber cultivation is an intensive process and it consumed a total of 10818 MJ of energy per hectare. Total output in terms of energy was found out to be 276.65 MJ per hectare. Higher energy input was majorly due to framed structure and glazing materials used, electricity and human labour. The assessment of input and output energies helped us in comparing the both and hence were significant for establishing the priorities for optimization of energy.</p> 2018-03-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2. DYSTOCIA IN A MARWARI MARE DUE TO BRACHYGNATHISM AND ARTHOGYPOSIS MONSTER - A CASE REPORT by DHRAMVEER SINGH1, PRAMOD KUMAR2, J S MEHTA3 AND VINOD DUDI4 2018-03-16T21:45:08+00:00 DHRAMVEER SINGH1, PRAMOD KUMAR2, J S MEHTA3 AND VINOD DUDI4 <p>A case of mare dystocia with deviation of neck and flexion of both fore limb of fetal monster and its correction with mutation is reported. Post-operative care comprised of administration of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, ecobolics, along with vitamin supplements and tetanus toxoid.</p> 2018-03-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## 4. HANDMADE CLONING-AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL CLONING – A SHORT COMMUNICATION by SWATI RUHIL1, VIKAS KHICHAR2, AMIT CHOUDHARY3 2018-03-16T21:45:12+00:00 SWATI RUHIL1*, VIKAS KHICHAR2, AMIT CHOUDHARY3 G. N. PUROHIT4 AND J. S. <p>Since the dolly’s birth somatic cell nuclear transfer technology has been used extensively in cloning laboratories and animal clones from many species were generated in consecutive studies like cattle (Willadsen, 1986), mice (Wakayama <em>et al</em>., 1998), goat (Vajta <em>et al</em>., 2003), pig (Vajta <em>et al</em>., 2001), cat (Booth <em>et al</em>., 2001) and horse (Tatum <em>et al.</em>, 1995). But the efficiency of the SCNT is low (Pandey <em>et al</em>., 2010). Handmade cloning is a new technique which enables the scientists to produce cloned animals with simple non expensive equipments because both enucleation and nuclear transfer are performed by hand (Singla <em>et al</em>., 2014). It has been proved in two domestic species cattle and pig and has also been tried in horse and mouse (Lagutina <em>et al</em>., 2007).</p> 2018-02-01T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##