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International Journal of
Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Published since 1974
CODEN: IJESDQ            ISSN: 0377-015X

CONTENTS

Vol 27 (2001)  Vol 26 (2000)   Vol 25 (1999)   Vol 24 (1998)  Vol 23 (1997)    Vol 22 (1996)   Vol 21 (1995)

 

Volume 21, No. 1, 1995

Naveh, Z.:
From biodiversity to ecodiversity: New tools for holistic landscape conservation, 1-16.

Prakash, I.:
Invasion of peninsular small mammals towards the Aravalli ranges and the Thar desert, 17-24.

Bawa, R.:
Biomass dynamics of Himalayan grasslands., 25-35
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Bonetto, C.A. and Carcano, A.J.:
Azolla utilization, rice yield and nitrogen balance in Argentina. 37-44.

Zobel, D.B., Ram, J. and Bargali, S.S.:
Structural and physiological changes in Quercus leucotrichophoraand Pinus roxburghii associated with stand disturbance
in the Kumaun Himalaya, India. 45-66.

Lansac-Toha, F.A., Thomaz, S.M., Lima, A.F., Roberto, M.D.C. and Garcia, A.P.P.:
Vertical distribution of some planktonic crustaceans in a "Varzea" lake (Lake Pousada Das Garcas) of
the floodplain of high River Parana, MS, Brazil., 67-78.

Pandey, V. and Patel, J.G.:
Phenology and yield of mustard Brassica juncea (L.) in relation to growing degree days (GDD) and photothermal units (PTU). 79-85.

Dar, G.H.:
Effect of heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Ni and Pb) on soil microbial biomass, carbon mineralization and enzyme activities,  87-95.

Garg, R., Paul, P.K. and Sharma, P.D.:
Phylloplane mycoflora of mulberry in relation to leaf senescence, 97-102.

Book Reviews. 21, 103-108


Volume 21, No. 2, 1995

Thomas, S.K., Jeyakumar, A. and Ananthakrishnan, T.N.:
Dynamics of insect communities at varying altitudes in the Shola forests of Kodaikanal hills,
in relation to the chemical diversity of litter, 109-129.

Rajput, M., Agrawal, M., Singh, J. and Yadav, R.S.:
Influence of sulphur dioxide and different fertility levels on growth and yield of wheat, 131-140.

Sivaramakrishnan, K.G., Venkataraman, K., Sridhar, S. and Marimuthu, S.:
Spatial patterns of benthic macroinvertebrate distributions along river Kaveri and its tributaries (India), 141-161.

Middleton, B.A. and Melkania, U.:
Decomposition of wet grassland species in a stream of the Himalayan Terai, Pantnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India, 163-168.

Nwachukwu, S.U. and Ugoji, E.O.:
Impacts of crude petroleum spills on microbial communities of tropical soils, 169-176.

Caldiz, D.O. and Fernandez, L.V.:
The role of the epiphytic weeds Tillandsia recurvata and T. aeranthosin native rural and urban forests, 177-197.

Akinola, M.O. and Egunjobi, J.K.:
Effect of soil applied herbicides on the weed seed bank and composition in maize and cowpea cropping systems in
south-western Nigeria: I. Relationship between weed flora and their seed bank in the soil of a dry forest zone, 199-210.

Akinola, M.O. and Egunjobi, J.K.:
Effect of soil applied herbicides on the weed seed bank and composition in maize and cowpea cropping systems in south-western Nigeria: II.
Relationship between the weed flora after cropping and their seed bank in the soil of a derived savanna area, 211-221.

Nazrul-Islam, A.K.M., Mahbubul Alam, A.K.M. and Hossain, M.A.:
Comparative ecology of jute in relation to environmental factors. III. Growth of two cultivars of jute
(D-154 and CVL-1) at different photoperiods, 223-230.

Sivaprakasam, C. and Durairaj, G.:
Burrow ecology of four rice field rodents of Tamil Nadu, India, 231-239.

Chaudhary, J.L.:
Water availability periods in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh region, 241-249.

Venkataraman, S.:
Agrometeorological determination of the optimal distribution of total water requirement of crops, 251-261.

Rajan, P., Sundarapandian, Sm., Chandrasekaran, S. and Swamy, P.S.:
Variation in soil seed bank at different microsites in a deciduous forest near Madurai, south India, 263-272.

Dagar, J.C.:
Ecology of halophytic vegetation in India: A Review, 273-296.

Sanjayan, K.P., Muralirangan, M.C., Suresh, P., Chand, D.S. and Albert, S.:
Plant community structure of the Nanmangalam reserve forest, Tamil Nadu: Spatial distribution pattern in a
natural scrub-jungle ecosystem, 297-307.

Book Reviews. 21, 309-315

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