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Nirmal Kumar J.I.,Institute of Science and Technology for Advanced Studies and Research ISTAR | Kumar R.N.,PURE Bioscience | Bhoi R.K.,Institute of Science and Technology for Advanced Studies and Research ISTAR | Sajish P.R.,Institute of Science and Technology for Advanced Studies and Research ISTAR
Tropical Ecology | Year: 2010

The present work aimed to study the tree species diversity and soil nutrient status in three sites of tropical dry deciduous forest of western India (23° 3′ N latitude to 69° 30′ E, 23° 3′ N latitude to 70° 32′ E and 23° 3′ N latitude to 72° 33′ E). A total of 93 tree species of 85 genera belonging to 24 families were encountered. The tree stand density varied from 458-728 individuals ha-1 with the average basal area ranging from 5.96 - 19.31 m2 ha-1. Shannon-Weiner Index (H') ranged from 0.67 - 0.79. The Simpson Index of dominance varied from 0.08 - 0.16, the Margalef's Species Richness Index varied from 21.41 - 23.71, Equitability or evenness index varied from 0.02 - 0.05, the species heterogeneity index varied from 2.53 - 3.61 and β diversity varied from 2.05 - 4.87. A greater number of tree species fell in 41 - 50 cm DBH followed by 21 - 30 cm, 0 - 10 cm diameter class, but less number of tree individuals are represented in above 100 cm diameter class. The Combretaceae was represented by the highest number of species (9 spp.) followed by Rutaceae (7 spp.). Each of the individual soil variables showed a high positive correlation with tree species richness while tree density showed a clearly negative correlation with variables like phosphorous and nitrogen and positive correlation with carbon. © International Society for Tropical Ecology. Source


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PURE Bioscience | Date: 2012-04-24

Anti-microbial preparations for sanitary purposes for use in the agricultural, food and beverage processing, and water treatment industries and for sanitary purposes for use in the manufacture of personal care, janitorial, and sanitation products; anti-microbial preservatives for use in the agricultural, food and beverage processing, and water treatment industries and in the manufacture of personal care, janitorial, and sanitation products; antiseptics for use in the agricultural, food and beverage processing, and water treatment industries and in the manufacture of personal care, janitorial, and sanitation products; disinfectants for sanitary purposes for use in the agricultural, food and beverage processing, and water treatment industries and in the manufacture of personal care, janitorial, and sanitation products; antiseptics; antifungal preparations; antivirals; anti-microbial preparations for use as an active ingredient in pharmaceutical preparations.


Patent
PURE Bioscience | Date: 2010-08-12

Use of dried compositions of silver dihydrogen citrate along with citric acid in antimicrobial amounts directly as disinfectants is described.


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PURE Bioscience | Date: 2013-06-04

Chemicals for use in agriculture; Food preservative compositions; Specialty chemicals, namely, chemical additives for general industrial use in the manufacture of a wide variety of goods. Disinfectant soaps. All purpose disinfecting and deodorizing preparations; Antimicrobial preservatives for cosmetics and pharmaceuticals; Pharmaceuticals, namely, anti-infectives, excluding nutritional supplements.


Patent
PURE Bioscience | Date: 2010-08-27

A non-toxic environmentally friendly aqueous disinfectant is disclosed for specific use as prevention against contamination by potentially pathogenic bacteria and virus. The aqueous disinfectant is formulated by electrolytically generating silver ions in water in combination with a citric acid. The aqueous disinfectant may include a suitable alcohol and/or a detergent. The aqueous disinfectant has been shown to be very effective at eliminating standard indicator organisms such as

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