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Thesis
2005
SKUAST Kashmir

In Kashmir valley sericulture is mostly dependent on exotic mulberry varieties introduced from Japan and Italy. The evaluation of these varieties in terms of their nutritive potential and palatability for silkworm is of great importance, as all the constituents required for optimum growth and conversion of food into different body matters depends upon the quality o...

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Thesis
2003
SKUAST Kashmir

Powdery mildew caused by Phyllactinia corylea (Pers.) Karst is a serious disease of mulberry inflicting considerable qualitative as well as quantitative losses. Owing to non eco-friendly nature, toxicity to silkworm, high cost and other side effects of chemical control measures, search for other management strategies dev...

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Thesis
2003
SKUAST Kashmir

Studies on the combining ability, nature and extent of different gene actions ; heritability; Genetic advance and nature and extent of heterosis involving a 7 x 7 diallel set of Bivoltine silkworm (Bombyx mori L.) were carried out for thirteen traits viz., Total larval duration ; 5th age larval duration ; weight of mature larvae ; cocoon yield by Number and cocoon...

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Thesis
2003
SKUAST Kashmir

Pebrine, caused by Nosema bombycis N. is a serious disease of mulberry silkworm, Bombyx mori L. The disease is an important production constraint of silk in the Kashmir valley. In the present study, conducted in three different Sericultural Zones of Kashmir valley viz., North Zone (Baramulla-Kupawara),Central Zone (Srinagar-Budgam) and South Zone (Anantnag-Pulwam...

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Thesis
2003
SKUAST Kashmir

Bombyx mori L. a holometabolus lepidopteran insect is a domesticated silk worm and has been in use since the dawn of human civilization as a source of silkfibre for producing exquisite textiles and dress materials. The adaptibilities to environmental stress of Bombyx mori L. are different from those of wild insects and the (rearing technique) varies to suit the...

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Thesis
2003
SKUAST Kashmir

The Jammu and Kashmir is the only traditional bivoltine belt in the country and produces quality bivoltine silk. However, among other reasons, lack of productive silkworm breeds/hybrids has come in the way of boosting cocoon production in the state.Moreover, the parental stocks of particular hybrids lose their potential due to continuous inbreeding. As such some ne...

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Thesis
2002
SKUAST Kashmir

Mulberry (Morus spp.) is a perennial tree of economic importance in Sericulture industry. Raising mulberry plants particularly temperate genotypes by cutting method with relative ease in the valley of Kashmir till recently have been ignored because of recalcitrant climatic conditions and prevalence of mulberry cultivars with inherent poor rooting ability. In view...

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Thesis
2017
SKUAST Kashmir

A study was conducted at Division of Post-Harvest Technology, SKUAST-Kashmir to develop wheat based crackers incorporated with brown rice flour. Response Surface Methodology (RSM) was used to study the effect of brown rice flour, carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) and shortening on quality characteristics of crackers. Central composite rotatable design (CCRD) with brown...

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Thesis
2017
SKUAST Kashmir

Investigations on “Biochemical Characterisation, anti-microbial and anti-cancerous property of Common Purslane (Portulaca oleracea)” were carried out during 2015-2016, in the Biochemistry Laboratory, Division of Post Harvest Technology, SKUAST-K, Shalimar. P. oleracea collected from open fields of SKUAST-K, Shalimar was used for investigation in this study. The eva...

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Thesis
2017
SKUAST Kashmir

Investigations on “Biochemical characterization and anti-hyperglycemic potential of Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)” were carried out during 2015-2016 in the Biochemistry laboratory, Division of Post Harvest Technology, SKUAST-Kashmir, Shalimar. Wild Taraxacum officinale collected from the fields of SKUAST-K, Shalimar was used in this study for investigation. Prox...

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Thesis
2016
SKUAST Kashmir

A study was conducted at Division of Post Harvest Technology, SKUAST-Kashmir to develop brown rice based extruded snacks during the year 2014-15. Response surface methodology (RSM) was used to study the effect of Feed moisture, Screw speed and Barrel temperature on response variables. Central composite rotatable design (CCRD) with Feed moisture (10-22%), Screw spee...

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Thesis
2016
SKUAST Kashmir

The leguminaceae family (Fabaceae, syn. Leguminosae) contributes the most important protein-rich seeds to the plant kingdom and legume seeds are now a days gaining considerable interest with respect to their nutritional and health benefits. The present investigation entitled “Biochemical Assessment and Molecular Characterization of Broad Bean (Vicia faba) Genotypes”...

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