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Academic & Professional Books  Botany  Vascular Plants  Vascular Plants: General

Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L.): A Multipurpose Wonder Plant, Volume 3: Advances in Research and Development

By: Virendra Bahadur Singh(Editor)
566 pages
Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L.): A Multipurpose Wonder Plant, Volume 3: Advances in Research and Development
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Contains 52 papers by experts from all over the world. Efforts have been made to cover all the aspects of this plant with latest information on the subject.


1    Micropropagation of Seabuckthorn    Virendra Singh and Rajesh Kr. Gupta    3
2    Propagation Methods of Seabuckthorn in Canada    Thomas S.C. Li    14
3    Propagation of Seabuckthron in Ukrain    Andry F. Lebeda    22
4    Plantation and Management Pratices of Seabuckthorn    Thomas S.C. Li    27
5    Commercial Cultivation of Seabuckthorn in Western Siberia Russia    Yury A. Zubarev    49
6    Management Practices of Seabuckthorn Orchards in Ukrain    Andry F. Labeda    61
7    Experiment on Aerial Seeding of Seabuckthorn in Loess Plateau China    Li Daiqiong, Liang Yinin, Cang Xinhai and Chen Yunming    64

8    Statistical Correlation of Characteristics in seabuckthorn: Genetics and Ecological Aspects    G.M. Skuridin    77
9    Sexual Phenotypes and Their Dependence on Seed Colour in Seabuckthrn    M.I. Lbova    100
10    Anato-Morphological Studies on the First Leaf of Seabuckthorn Seedling and its Application for the Applied Selection    E. Yu. Masayeva    103
11    Introduction and Cultivation of Hippophae salicifolia at Lower Altitude    Lu Rongsen and Cao Yaling    108
12    Analysis of hereditary Variations in Main characters of Seabuckthorn Hybrid Progenics    Yuzeyuan Lixingguo Huojunwei    113
13    Seabuckthorn Breeding for Ecological and Economic Improvement    J. Zhengpin W. Xiufeng and L. Shunguang    138
14    Study on Hybridization Between Russian and Chinese Varieties of Seabuckthorn    Lu. Rongsen and Meng Fanlin    147
15    Androhernmaphroditism in Seabuckthorn    G.M. Skuridin    151

16    Integrated Management of the Main Diseases and Pests of Seabuckthorn    Youqing Luo, Shixiang Zong and Zhichu Xu    165
17    Pests Diseases and Weeds of Seabuckthorn in CHina    Dong Jin Ming Fdan Ren Jun , GUo Zheng xin and Cao Man    178
18    Longiorn and its Control in Seabuckthorn in China    Fan Renjun, dong Jingming Cao Man and Liu Ying    181

19    Compound Related to Sensory Properties of Seabuckthorn    Katja Tiitinen and Heikki Kallio    187
20    Composition and Medicinal Properties of Seabuckthorn Juice    A. Zeb and I. Khan    205
21    Fatty Acid Composition of Fruit Pulp and Seed Oils of Some High Yielding Forms of Seabuckthorn in Indian Himalaya    Virendra Singh Rajesh Kr. Gupta, Shishir Tandon and R.C. Sawhney    215
22    Dynamics of Neutral Lipids Accumulation During Ripending of Seabuckthorn    A.G. Vereshchagin and V.D. Tsydendambaev    223
23    Biochemical Changes in Flovonoids During Ripening of Seabuckthorn Berries and Leaves    L.X. Hua and L.H. Zhang    228

24    Protective and Therapeutic Potentials of Seabuckthorn    S. Geetha M. Basu A.S. Jayamurthy a.S. Mathotra K. Pal R. Prasad R.Kumar and R.C. Sawhney    245
25    Seabuckthorn Oils Mucous Membrances and Sjogren's Syndrome with Special References to latest Studies    Baoru Yang and Rist Erkkola    254
26    Supercritical CO2 Extracted Seabuckthorn Pulp Oil and Seed Oil Improve Blood Microcirculation    Baoru Yang Ying Wu, Quiujuan Liu, Bingwen Wang Jun Kang, Junxian Wang    268
27    Hippophae rahmmoides: An Effective Mitigator of Gamma Radiation Induced Immunosuppression    Madhu Bala, H. Prakash and H.C. Goel    272
28    Healing Potential of Seabuckthorn on Normal and Impaired Wounds : A Review    A. Gupta, R. Kumar. N.K. Upadhyay and R.C. Sawhney    284
29    Gastric Ulcers in Animals and the Role of Seabuckthorn in Its Management    S.P. Tyagi and A. C. Varshney    294
30    Oleosome Fractions Separated from Seabuckthorn Berries: Yield and Stabilioty Studies    C. Socaciu, C. Mihis and A. Noke    313
31    Valorization of Seabuckthorn Oleosome Fractions as Cosmetic Formulations: Stability Studies    C. Socaciu, S. Tichonova, A. Noke and H.A. Diehl    323
32    Complex Study on Seabuckthorn as a source for Prodction of the anti-viral Drug Hiporhamin    V.A. Bykov O.N. Tolkachev V.I. Morozov, O.P. Sheichenko. V.I. Sheichenko    337
33    Experimental Toxicological Study on Hyporhamin: An Anti Viral Drug From Seabuckthorn    L.v. Krepkova v.V. Bortnikova a.a. Shkarenkov L.D. Shipulina O.N. Tolkachev amnd M.V. Borovkova    357
34    Antioxidant and DNA Protective Activities of Sequential Extracts of Seabuckthorn    K. Sarin Kumar A. Ranjith s.d. Sreevidhya and C. Arumughan    361
35    Antioxidant and Antibacterial Properties of Seabuckthorn    A. S. Chauhan, P.S. Negi and R.S. Ramtekea    374
36    Chemopreventive Effects of Seabuckthorn Seeds: Regulation of Detoxifiction Enzymes and Antioxidation    Y. Jamyansan and T. Munkhtsetseg    397
37    Efficacy of Seabuckthorn on Liver Fibrosis    Ze- Li Gao Xizo-Hong Gu; Feng Tao Cheng and Fo-Hu Jiang    401

38    Processing of Seabuckthorn : An Overview    Gerhard A. Gimmler and Axel Waehling    409
39    Processing of Seabuckthorn Berries for Health Food Production    A.S.Chauhan M.N. Rekha R.S. Ramteke and W.E. Eipeson    425
40    Research on Enzyme Technology for Extraction of Seed Oil of Seabuckthorn    J.t. Moersel and S. Steen    436
41    Storage Possibilites of Seabuckthorn    Dalija Seglina Liga Skudra Daina Karklna and Silvija Rusia    440
42    Integrated Processing Technology for Seabuckthorn Berries and Chemical Evaluation of the Products    A. Ranjith, K.S. Kumar V.V. Venugopaln and C. Arumughan    448

43    Seabuckthorn for the Afforestation of Gully channels in the Soft Rock Region of China    Bi Cifen    459
44    Sediment Retention by Seabuckthorn Growing in Semi Desert Area of the Procaspian Plain Russia    Bi Cifen    473
45    Ecological Features of Seabuckthorn Growing in Semi Desert Area of the Procaspian Plain Russia    M Sizemskaya, M. Sapanov and I. Oloviannikova    484
46    Application of Seabuckthorn Against ind Erosion of Soil in Siberia Russia    E.N. Savin    491
47    Role of Seabuckthorn in the Conservation of Wild Life    Guo Zhong Sheng    497

48    Utilization of Seabuckthorn Resources for the Development of Chinese Rural Economy    Li Min and Zhang Li    511
49    Seabuckthorn Programme in Mustang Nepal: Conservation of Biodiversity and Povety Eradication    Susanne von der Heide    519
50    Role of Seabuckthorn in Development of Animal Husbandry    Virendra Singh and V.K. Sharma    524
51    Development of a Mechanical Harvester for Seabuckthorn    Gh Stan    540
52    Biochemical composition of Seabuckthorn Growing in Ladakh Himalayas    Sanjai K. Dwivedi , A. Ahmed and Deepa H. Dwivedi    547

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By: Virendra Bahadur Singh(Editor)
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