Shri Shivaji College Akola

Shri, India

Shri Shivaji College Akola

Shri, India
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Bokhad M.N.,Shri Shivaji College Akola | Rothe S.P.,Shri Shivaji College Akola | Kakpure M.R.,Shri Shivaji College Akola
Ecology, Environment and Conservation | Year: 2011

Agricultural development in the recent past year has been characterized by the implementation of modern practices in field for the higher production of crop yield. Due to that rising pressure, cultivators push the hedges and increase the boundary of their farm, results into destruction of hedges and diversified the plant vegetation along hedges. So, the Hedge rows are crucial for the conservation of rural biodiversity, functioning as an important habitat, refuge and corridor for numerous species. Now a day's most of the recent methods are used for the removal of weeds which is harmful to the field hedges. The present investigation is based on the importance of traditional hedge grow network, landscape and save the destruction of diverse plant species vegetation along hedges which are nothing but the representative of the forest which were present in the past. Copyright © EM International.


Thakur M.R.,Shri Shivaji College Akola | Deshmukh S.P.,Shri Shivaji College Akola
Der Pharma Chemica | Year: 2016

1-glycosyl-3-(5-phenylimino-1,2,4-thidiazolidine) carbamides have been synthesized by the interaction of various glycosyl isocyanates with 3-amino-5-phenylimino-1, 2, 4- thiadiazolidine. Furthermore, 3-amino-5-phenylimino-1, 2, 4-thiadiazolidine have been synthesized by the oxidative cyclization of 1-amidino-3-aryl thiocarbamide. This 1- amidino 3-aryl thiocarbamide was prepared by the interaction of guanidine nitrate and phenyl isothiocyanate. The identities of these newly synthesized compounds have been established on the basis of usual chemical transformations, elemental analysis and IR, 1H NMR and Mass spectral studies. The titled compounds were screened for their antibacterial assay against human pathogenic bacteria like E. coli, S. aureus, P. vulgaris, P. aeruginosa and K. pneumonia; for antifungal assay against plant pathogenic fungi like A. flavous, S. rolfisi, F. oxysporum and R. bataticola, to get potent bioactive molecule.

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