Friday, April 2, 2010

[socialactionfoundationforequity:2347 Re: Himsamukt Bharat Campaign welcomes you to join the movement

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Dear friends ,
Greetings.
You will be delighted to know that the Himsamukt Bharat Camapigh is entering its fifth year of activities.
We are sending you a small newsletter on its activities and we will be delighted to welcome  you to support the campaign so that the campaign becomes more broadbased.
 
With regards and peace,
Yours Sincerely, N.Radhakrishnan

Chairman
Indian Council of Gandhian Studies &
General Convenor :Himsamukt Bharat Campaign
MGRA 30, Neelakantom, Marappalam Gardens,
Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India - 695004

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Medarticles Few articles more !

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Hi there !

I've not typed the details of each article but just given the link &
the title !

Kindly help !


1.) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez -
Characterisation and quantification of mucosal vasculature in oral
submucous fibrosis.


2.) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6947387 -
Focal vascular dilatations and petechiae in oral submucous fibrosis.

3.)
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/269226?ordinalpos=1&itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_SingleItemSupl.Pubmed_Discovery_RA&linkpos=1&log$=relatedarticles&logdbfrom=pubmed
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Studies on oral submucous fibrosis. IV. Connective tissue changes.


4.)
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3116118?ordinalpos=1&itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_SingleItemSupl.Pubmed_Discovery_RA&linkpos=2&log$=relatedarticles&logdbfrom=pubmed
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Oral submucous fibrosis.

5.)
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3481529?ordinalpos=1&itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_SingleItemSupl.Pubmed_Discovery_RA&linkpos=3&log$=relatedarticles&logdbfrom=pubmed
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Semi-quantitative clinical description of oral submucous fibrosis.

6.)
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2694917?ordinalpos=1&itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_SingleItemSupl.Pubmed_Discovery_RA&linkpos=5&log$=relatedreviews&logdbfrom=pubmed
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Oral submucous fibrosis: a review.


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Medarticles 4 papers

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Can somebody help me with these 04 papers?
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Insights from the dabigatran versus warfarin trial in patients with venous thromboembolism (the RE-COVER trial)
April 2010, Vol. 11, No. 6, Pages 1035-1037 , DOI 10.1517/14656561003674397

 

Old Versus New Anticoagulants: Focus on Pharmacology.

Benmira S, Banda ZK, Bhattacharya V.

Recent Pat Cardiovasc Drug Discov. 2010 Mar 26. [Epub ahead of print]

 

Dabigatran versus warfarin for venous thromboembolism.

Peetz D, Lackner KJ.

N Engl J Med. 2010 Mar 18;362(11):1050; author reply 1050-1. No abstract available.

 

Oral anticoagulation with Factor Xa and thrombin inhibitors: Is there an alternative to warfarin?

Zikria J, Ansell J.

Discov Med. 2009 Dec;8(43):196-203.

[socialactionfoundationforequity:2346 Viva La Woman Power

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Viva La Woman Power
http://www.citizen-news.org/2010/04/viva-la-woman-power.html

Friday, 2 April 2010

It had to take the grit and determination of a woman (nay two women)
to bring to books the culprits in an honour killing of a young married
couple (Manoj and Babli), on the orders of a khap(caste) panchayat in
Haryana. Their crime was to marry for love despite belonging to the
same gotra (lineage), which so enraged their family members and local
community that they were abducted and murdered. Read more

Chandrapati, the widowed mother of Manoj, has earned the distinction
of being the first woman in Haryana to have taken on the dreaded khap
panchayat and fought a legal battle against the perpetrators of the
heinous crime. Chandrapati has done what even our so called leaders
and administrators could not dare to do. She dared to challenge the
credibility of these rural panchayats, which operate as a parallel
judicial system, enforcing a brutal form of justice.

And coming to the aid of Chandrapati was another woman of substance –
Vani Gopal Sharma – the additional district and sessions judge of
Karnal. In a landmark judgement, she awarded death penalty to 5
members of Babli's family and life sentence to the head of the khap
panchayat for hatching a conspiracy to kill the couple.
In her 96 page long judgement the judge said, 'the present case
reflects a long standing tradition of oppression against women. It has
to be curbed by legislation treating honour killings as a separate
offence. I wonder how such a progressive society could allow such
action in the name of community honour.'

The verdict sends a strong signal to these panchayats which have
become a law unto themselves, with the silent consent of politicians
and policemen, in some parts of India. According to one estimate,
every year, more than 100 men and women are either killed or forced to
commit suicide by khaps for not adhering to traditional norms. Even as
I write this piece, there is yet another news (Hindu paper dated
1.4.2010) of an apparent honour killing of a young couple in Punjab.
The victims, hailing from Firozpur, were provided police protection on
orders of Punjab and Haryana High Court after marrying against their
parents' wishes. Yet, they were shot dead by 5 people in full public
view near Amritsar.

The verdict in Chandrapati's case came after a tireless three years
long legal battle by her, when her life came to a standstill. Shunned
by her own people and community, she fought single handedly against
social orthodoxy. Her battle for justice, despite all odds and social
ostracism by the community, is a source of inspiration to all of us.
She was happy at the verdict, but wanted punishment for those also who
abetted and aided the crime. She wondered 'How can people who kill our
children be trusted to mete out justice?'

Despite her rustic and traditional upbringing, Chandrapati has the
wisdom and courage to proclaim that children should have the freedom
to choose their life partners.
Many of us elite city folks would do well to learn a lesson or two
from her. It is not uncommon for highly educated urbanites to make
life hell for their grown up sons and daughters if they dare to go
against their parents' dictat – be it choosing their life partner or
even a profession of their choice. I am shocked to see the
belligerent attitude of affluent families when it comes to marrying
outside ones' caste, or marrying without dowry, or even refusing to
abort a female foetus. It seems that, as our horizons expand, our
vision is becoming narrower.

It is hoped that the newly enforced 'Right of Children to Free and
Compulsory Education' Act will be another important step in developing
progressive minds, free from social and religious bigotry and from
prejudices of caste , creed and cultures. It is also hoped that the
government amends the Indian Penal Code to make honour killings a
separate offence with appropriate punishment.

But mere enactment of laws will not do. Enforcement of laws must be
accompanied by a change in mindset. We need to educate ourselves and
our children to live in peace and harmony with each other. We need
many more Chandrapatis and Vanis.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2345 Bangladeshi gives birth in India, faces arrest

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Bangladeshi gives birth in India, faces arrest
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2010-04-02 12:40:00

A Bangladeshi woman who gave birth to a boy in West Bengal faces
arrest for entering the Indian state illegally, a newspaper reported
Friday.

Asma Bibi, 25, complained of severe labour pain Monday and was taken
to the nearest medical facility, which was a hospital in West Bengal's
Cooch Behar district, the Daily Star said.

Hospital authorities knew the woman was from Bangladesh but admitted
her on humanitarian grounds. Soon, she gave birth to a boy.

According to her husband Shajahan, since she was in great pain,
leaders of the India-Bangladesh Enclave Exchange Coordination
Committee contacted security personnel for the border crossing.

Now, however, Indian authorities are contemplating arresting the
Bangladeshi couple for seeking medical facilities in India without
valid papers, the daily said.

But other residents of the border region are saying that instead of
arresting the new born's parents, a birth certificate should be issued
to the family.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2344 GPF Newsletter March 29 - April 2

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Date: Friday, 2 April, 2010, 23:35

Global Policy Forum
March 29 - April 2, 2010
Security Council   Social and Economic Policy   International Justice   Nations & States    NGOs    Iraq  

 

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Security Council


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Uganda's Rebels in Murderous Spree (March 31, 2010)
In December 2009, the Lord's Resistance Army perpetrated a horrific massacre in northeastern Congo, murdering 321 civilians and kidnapping hundreds more. The attack remained unreported for months due to the remoteness of the region. This act of violence shows that the LRA remain a fighting force to be reckoned with, despite claims by military officials that the rebel group was in disarray. (Global Post)

Southern Sudan Prepares for Freedom (March 30, 2010)
Things are gradually improving in Southern Sudan. As revenues rise from the South's oil fields, schools, hospitals and other civilian infrastructures that have been closed for decades are reopening. The facilities are poor and lacking running water and electricity, but the very fact they are open demonstrates improvement. Roads are also being repaired allowing thousands of internally displaced persons to return to their homes. Most importantly, a feeling of freedom and liberty is spreading in the south, preceding the referendum on the South's independence in January 2011. (Guardian)

Obama and Sarkozy Want New Sanctions Against Iran in "weeks" (March 30, 2010)
French President Nicolas Sarkozy and US President Barack Obama have both publicly reaffirmed their commitment to imposing new and tougher sanctions regime against Iran. At a press conference held by the two presidents, Sarkozy extended his support to Obama with the promise that he would make all the "necessary efforts to ensure that Europe engages as a whole in the sanctions regime." (Guardian))

Standing Tall or Stepping Down? (March 30, 2010)
Aung San Suu Kyi's 'National League for Democracy' (NLD) will boycott the upcoming elections in Myanmar, by refusing to register the party. NLD decided to reject the elections because of a set of restrictive and undemocratic election laws published by Myanmar's military junta. However, without the NLD, critics argue that no political party can successfully rival the junta-run Union Solidarity and Development Association. (ISN Security Watch)

MPs Call for Review of Arms Exports after Israeli Assault on Gaza (March 30, 2010)
The British government has called for a review into its arms sales, after admitting that British equipment was "almost certainly" used in the Israeli-assault on Gaza last year. Following Operation Cast Lead, British arms exports to Israel significantly dropped, but some weapons and technology continued to be traded. The British government has also begun a review into its arms dealing in Sri Lanka. (Guardian)

Can Somaliland Cure Somalia's Woes (March 28, 2010)
Somalia is suffering on many fronts: violent conflict, radical Islamists, dire food shortage, chronic inflation and rising piracy. However, Somaliland - a de facto state and autonomous region in the North of Somalia - is relatively quiet and stable. Consequently, observers argue the region could help ease Somalia's troubles. Andrew Atta-Asamoah argues Somaliland could help stabilize Somalia in two key ways: provide an example of how peace and security can be achieved and use diplomatic soft-power to draw international attention to the Somali-crisis. (The Media Line)

World at War Over Water (March 28, 2010)
Many territories around the world - Cyprus, Yemen, Texas - are running out of fresh water. Despite this, societies have not changed the ways in which they use and produce water. Cyprus for example continues in its water intensive citrus trade and fails to invest sufficiently in desalinization. In order to avoid water wars, instability and mass migration, governments must adopt a radical new approach to water. (Newstatesman)

UN Human Rights Council Adopts Five Resolutions against Israel (March 26, 2010)
The UN Human Rights Council has issued five condemnatory resolutions against Israel, the most numerous ever issued against a single country. The resolutions address: human rights in the occupied Syrian Golan, the Palestinian right to self-determination, the illegal Israeli settlements, the grave human rights violations by Israel in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and a follow-up to the Goldstone Report. The US voted against all five resolutions. (Global Research)




Social and Economic Policy


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After the crisis, is now the moment to cut Western farm subsidies?(March 30, 2010)
$100 billion a year in US and EU farm subsidies are distorting world trade and harming exporters in poor countries. This article asks if the global financial crisis presents an opportunity to get rid of these astounding distortions. Many lobbyists and politicians in high income countries obstruct efforts to reform these policies that devastate poor countries. (Africa Report)

Europe Dithers on 'Tobin Tax' (March 25, 2010)
The European Parliament adopted by a wide margin a resolution calling on the European Commission to develop a plan for an EU-wide financial transaction tax (FTT). But in a sign that the Parliament is not the master of policy in the post-Lisbon environment, a recent meeting of EU leaders failed to take a decision on the matter, issuing only a lukewarm statement about the need to reach agreement before the G-20 summit in June. Some European governments see FTTs as a new revenue source for their general budgets or as a means to strengthen the public treasury after the billions spent on bank bailouts and stimulus packages, but others (such as the UK) are adamantly opposed. NGO campaigners see the tax as a potential multibillion euro source for development assistance, climate response and other public priorities. (IDR)

Report Finds Radical Change Needed for Global Agriculture(March 25, 2010)
A report funded by international organizations and development agencies conclude that our current global food system will require fundamental changes to cope with the future state of our planet. This includes a reform of the fragmented global system of research and development to better suit the needs of small scale farmers. Knowledge and research can be more effectively mobilized to study the interaction of agriculture, food security, poverty, and the environment. (EurekAlert)




Globalization


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G20 Big Powers Under Scrutiny by Smaller Nations(March 23, 2010)
Some States are concerned about the possibility that the G20 might upstage the United Nations as the major political and economic forum. The G20 has taken an increasingly active role since the financial crises. In response, a coalition of 23 States is encouraging the G20 to compliment and strengthen the UN - the only global body with universal participation. (IPS)





International Justice


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Dutch Court Upholds UN Immunity over Srebrenica (March 30, 2010)
A Dutch court has upheld the immunity of the United Nations in a civil suit filed by the relatives of the Srebrenica victims against the UN and the Netherlands. These relatives hold the UN and Dutch state responsible for the death of nearly 8,000 Muslim men and boys during the Bosnian war, as Dutch UN troops failed to protect the Srebrenica enclave. The appeals court confirmed a lower court's previous decision that the UN enjoys absolute immunity from prosecution. This ruling touches upon a fundamental problem with UN immunity, as it denies victims of UN decisions access to an effective remedy for their complaints. (Reuters)

ICC Warrant a Pain in the Neck for Bashir (March 28, 2010)
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir recently declared that the International Criminal Court has done him a favour by issuing a warrant for his arrest. Recent developments seem to indicate that Bashir's popularity has increased since the arrest-warrant. The African Union, the League of Arab States, and members of the Islamic Conference have declared that they will not cooperate with the ICC in arresting him. In addition, he received an invitation from Venezuela and is promised a visit by South African President Jacob Zuma. He is also involved in the ongoing peace process with Darfur's largest rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement. This article argues, however, that the arrest-warrant remains an obstacle for Bashir, despite his growing popularity. (Daily Nation)

Prosecuting Taliban War Criminals (March 23, 2010)
The priority of reconciliation over justice in Afghanistan is increasingly finding support among the Afghan government and the United States-led coalition. A recent example is the resurrection of an amnesty law by the Kabul government that grants immunity to warlords and extremists responsible for the worst crimes. Until now, the United States and most of its allies have remained largely silent on the law. Candace Rondeaux argues that the persons responsible for the worst atrocities in Afghanistan should not go unpunished. She suggests another route to accountability and stability in Afghanistan, through the prosecution of Taliban leaders by the International Criminal Court. (New York Times)

Spain's 'Superjudge' Garzón Faces Rightwing Backlash (March 12, 2010)
The Spanish judge Baltazar Garzón, known for his international arrest warrant for Chilean dictator General Pinochet twelve years ago, is currently facing an investigation by Spain's Supreme Court for alleged bias and abuse of authority. His supporters claim that the rightwing opposition People's Party is behind the court's investigations to prevent Garzón from investigating corruption scandals in the party and crimes committed during the regime of former Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. They also challenge the Supreme Court's impartiality as Garzón has many personal and political enemies within the Spanish judiciary. (Guardian)




Nations & States

Panel Examines Contractor Drawdown in Iraq (March 29, 2010)
A congressional committee questioned military leaders and KBR, one of the Pentagon's biggest defense companies with contracts totaling $38 billion, about how they plan to reduce the number of private contractor employees in Iraq to no more than 75,000 by August 2010. A recent Pentagon Inspector General report found that KBR contractors were billing the US government for "12 hours of truck maintenance work, but in reality only working an average of 1.3 hours". Congress wants assurance that contractors "don't have unnecessary staff hanging around without work, but still drawing pay". (Washington Post)

KBR on Trial - At Last (March 29, 2010)
Jamie Leigh Jones, an ex-employee of the private security company KBR/Halliburton, will finally get her chance for justice after five years. Jones alerted authorities five years ago that she had been raped and then imprisoned for three days by KBR employees. KBR used two methods to prevent Jones (and fourteen other similar cases) from getting to court. Firstly, a KBR-contractual requirement dictates that all complaints must go via a KBR dispute resolution program, not the national courts. Secondly, US courts are disinclined to pursue complaints from security companies, even though crimes committed in US military bases are legally within their jurisdiction. (The Nation)






Iraq


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Maliki Contests the Result of Iraq Vote (March 27, 2010)
Prime Minister Nouri Maliki, alleging fraud, invoked his military powers as Iraq's Commander-in-Chief to demand that a ballot-by-ballot recount in Iraq's parliamentary elections. Maliki, who received support from the President and Interior Minister, insisted that the credibility of the election was in danger despite statements from the US Embassy and the UN that balloting was carried out in a "credible fashion." With 95% of the votes tallied, former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi appears to be ahead by 11,000 votes nationwide, but curiously there were no international monitors to test the credibility of the elections. (New York Times)


Allawi Victory in Iraq sets up Period of Uncertainty (March 26, 2010)
Five years after being denounced as an American puppet, former interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi is set to return to power in Iraq after narrowly defeating Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in the March 7 election. Allawi's Iraqiya list secured 91 seats and Maliki's State of Law Party won 89 seats. However, neither candidate has the 163 seat majority in Parliament required to form a government. The outcome was immediately challenged by Maliki, alleging fraud. The Independent High Electoral Commission stated that the panel had "investigated hundreds of allegations of fraud", but had found none that would "significantly change" the election results. (New York Times)

BP Begins Big Push to Revive Iraq's Oil (March 26, 2010)
On March 30, BP awarded $500 million in contracts to drill wells in Iraq's massive Rumaila oil field. If successful, this move could be one of the largest expansions of crude-oil production ever-achieved. Iraq has an estimated 115-billion barrels of crude-oil, which - at current prices - would be worth $9.5 trillion. The multi-national corporations argue that employment, improved infrastructure and increased government revenues will be the knock-on effect of the investments. However, foreign-exploitation of natural resources is often rife with problems. (nenosplace.com)





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Medarticles I need the following articles

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                   I need the following articles.Please provide me. Thanks in advance.
 

Spectrophotometric Determination of Hydrogen Sulfide, methylene blue method.

J. K. Fogo, Milton Popowsky

pp 732–734

Publication Date: June 1949 (Article)

DOI: 10.1021/ac60030a028

 

Harvey, A. E., J. A. Smart, Jr., and E. S. Amis. 1955. Simultaneous spectrophotometric determination of iron (II) and total iron with 1,10-henanthroline. Anal. Chem. 27:26-35.



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Suresh Patankar, Satyen Dobhada, Manish Bhansali, Suparn Khaladkar, Jayesh Modi. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. December 2008, 14(10): 1287-1290. doi:10.1089/acm.2008.0189.

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Respected sir and dear friends,
I need the following articles.
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1)Phytotoxicity of nanoparticles: Inhibition of seed germination and root growth
Daohui Lina, b and Baoshan Xingb,
Environmental Pollution
Volume 150, Issue 2, November 2007, Pages 243-250


2)Antimicrobial sensitivity of Escherichia coli to alumina nanoparticles
I. Mohammed Sadiq MSca, Basudev Chowdhury BTecha, Natarajan Chandrasekaran PhDa and Amitava Mukherjee PhDCorresponding Author Contact Information
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine
Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2009, Pages 282-286


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Respected sir and dear friends,
I need the following articles.
kindly attach the following.

1)Phytotoxicity of nanoparticles: Inhibition of seed germination and root growth
Daohui Lina, b and Baoshan Xingb,
Environmental Pollution
Volume 150, Issue 2, November 2007, Pages 243-250


2)Antimicrobial sensitivity of Escherichia coli to alumina nanoparticles
I. Mohammed Sadiq MSca, Basudev Chowdhury BTecha, Natarajan Chandrasekaran PhDa and Amitava Mukherjee PhDCorresponding Author Contact Information
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine
Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2009, Pages 282-286


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Available books


Plant Tissue Culture Engineering
Series: Focus on Biotechnology, Vol. 6
http://www.filefactory.com/file/762eb4/n/1402035942.zip
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Plant Propagation by Tissue Culture
Volume 1. The Background

http://rapidshare.com/files/65208181/Plant_Propagation_by_Tissue_Culture__Vol.1_-_The_Background-1402050046.rar
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Plant Cell and Tissue Culture
Vasil, Indra K.; Thorpe, Trevor A. (Eds.)  1994, 604 p. 39 illus., ISBN 978-0-7923-2493-5

http://ifile.it/baqrox/plant_cell_and_tissue_culture.pdf
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Plant Cell and Tissue Culture
Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 6

http://www.filefactory.com/file/324208/n/0896031616.rar
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Plant Cell and Tissue Culture - A Tool in Biotechnology
http://www.filefactory.com/file/age215a/n/Plant_Cell_2009_By_Karl-Hermann_Neumann.rar

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Plant Cell Culture Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology Vol 111) 
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Cell and Tissue Reaction Engineering

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Liquid Culture Systems for in vitro Plant Propagation 

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On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 7:34 PM, Parijat Kanetkar <parijatkanetkar@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Friends,

Can anyone upload or share the link for the following ebooks
I know that they are toooo many but slowly if u can contribute, i will be highly indebted. I am also trying my level best to get them from some link.. Also, we do nt get these books at our Insitute library, hence this request... Sincere thanks

Plant Tissue Culture Engineering

Series: Focus on Biotechnology, Vol. 6

Dutta Gupta, S.; Ibaraki, Yasuomi (Eds.) 2006, VIII, 480 p., ISBN 978-1-4020-3594-4,


Plant Propagation by Tissue Culture

Volume 1. The Background

George, Edwin F.; Hall, Michael A.; De Klerk, Geert-Jan (Eds.) 2008, XII, 508 p., ISBN 978-1-4020-5004-6

Plant Cell and Tissue Culture

Vasil, Indra K.; Thorpe, Trevor A. (Eds.) 1994, 604 p. 39 illus., ISBN 978-0-7923-2493-5,

Plant Cell and Tissue Culture

Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 6

Pollard, Jeffrey W.; Walker, John M. (Eds.) 1990, 609 p., ISBN 978-0-89603-161-6

Plant Cell and Tissue Culture - A Tool in Biotechnology

Basics and Application Series: Principles and Practice

Neumann, Karl-Hermann, Kumar, Ashwani, Imani, Jafargholi 2009, IX, 333 p. 153 illus., ISBN 978-3-540-93882-8,

Automation and Environmental Control in Plant Tissue Culture

Aitken-Christie, Jenny; Kozai, T.; Smith, M.A.L (Eds.) 1994, 588 p. 168 illus., ISBN 978-0-7923-2841-4,

Plant Cell and Tissue Culture for the Production of Food Ingredients

Fu, Tong-Jen; Singh, Gurmeet; Curtis, Wayne R. (Eds.) 1999, 304 p., ISBN 978-0-306-46100-2

Plant Cell Culture Protocols

Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 111

Hall, Robert D. (Ed.) 1999, 440 p. 34 illus., 4 in color., ISBN 978-0-89603-549-2,

Cell and Tissue Reaction Engineering

Series: Principles and Practice

Eibl, R., Eibl, D., Pörtner, R., Catapano, G., Czermak, P. 2009, XI, 363 p. 136 illus., ISBN 978-3-540-68175-5

Liquid Culture Systems for in vitro Plant Propagation

Hvoslef-Eide, A.K.; Preil, W. (Eds.) 2005, XVIII, 588 p. 15 illus. in color., ISBN 978-1-4020-3199-1

Plant Cell Biotechnology

Endress, Rudolf 1994, XIV, 353 p. 53 illus. In 1 volumes, not available separately., ISBN 978-3-540-56947-3,




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I need the following articles.
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1)Phytotoxicity of nanoparticles: Inhibition of seed germination and root growth
Daohui Lina, b and Baoshan Xingb,
Environmental Pollution
Volume 150, Issue 2, November 2007, Pages 243-250


2)Antimicrobial sensitivity of Escherichia coli to alumina nanoparticles
I. Mohammed Sadiq MSca, Basudev Chowdhury BTecha, Natarajan Chandrasekaran PhDa and Amitava Mukherjee PhDCorresponding Author Contact Information
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine
Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2009, Pages 282-286


looking forward,
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