Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati Mahavidyalaya

Bhilai, India

Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati Mahavidyalaya

Bhilai, India

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Dewangan N.,Government VYTPG Autonomous College | Shrivastava R.,Government VYTPG Autonomous College | Srivastava A.K.,Government DT College | Sahu V.,Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati Mahavidyalaya
Journal of Industrial Pollution Control | Year: 2014

Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria(PGPR) are the bacteria that colonize rhizosphere and plant root and enhance growth of plant by variety of mechanism. Certain PGPR used as biofertilizers might be beneficial for rice cultivation as they promote root and shoot growth thus improve seedling vigour which significantly increases the yield of grain. Pertaining to these facts in the present study plant growth promoting rhizobacteria which are compatible to rice plant root are isolated, characterized and screened for their phosphate solubilizing property. Total 18 rhizobacterial isolates were isolated and out of which 9 isolates were found to be phosphate solubilizers and considered as PGPR. These isolstes must be used as biofertilizers to attain significant productivity and soil fertility. © EM International Printed in India. All rights reserved.


Mishra A.,Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati Mahavidyalaya | Poddar A.N.,SOS Life Science
Journal of Industrial Pollution Control | Year: 2014

Dichlorvos is an organophosphate insecticide and highly toxic pollutant, which adversely affects the fauna of aquatic ecosystems. The aim of the present study was to assess the acute toxicity of Dichlorvoson to food fish Channa punctatus. The fishes were exposed to different concentrations of Dichlorvos to determine LC50 values for 96 h and to study their behavioral alterations. The test fishes exhibited erratic swimming, decreased rate of opercular movement, copious mucous secretion, increased surfacing and inability to balance with increasing exposure time. © EM International Printed in India. All rights reserved.


Sharma S.,Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati Mahavidyalaya | Dewangan N.K.,Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati Mahavidyalaya
Journal of Industrial Pollution Control | Year: 2014

Agaricus bisporus are most commercial producing mushroom which is used as highly nutritional food. Many type of pest can damage mushroom which can affect the nutritional value of the mushroom. This pest can be control by pesticides but these should not be toxic for mushroom culture. This research paper is based on in vitro toxicity effect of two insecticide Acephate and Cartap hydrochloride on edible mushroom Agaricus bisporus. For this toxicity test first Agaricus bisporus mushroom was maintained on potato dextrose agar (PDA) medium. Both insecticides were tested with Agaricus bisporous at 0,100,200,300,400,500 mg/50mL concentration in potato dextrose broth (PDB) and incubated at 30°C. After the incubation culture was filtered and dried for measuring mycelia weight. All the concentration of insecticide assayed in duplicate manner. According to observation and data Agaricus bisporus can easily grow in the presence of Acephate but Cartap hydrochloride inhibited the mycelia growth of the mushroom. © EM International Printed in India. All rights reserved.


Shukla H.,Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati Mahavidyalaya
Journal of Industrial Pollution Control | Year: 2014

The present paper discusses disastrous effects of chemical pesticides and emphasizes the importance of organic manure for sustainable agriculture. © EM International Printed in India. All rights reserved.

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