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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Title : A Bibiliography of Plankton of the Indian Ocean
Subject : Plankton
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 A Bibiliography of Plankton of the Indian Ocean 


Title : Bibiliography of Fungal in Tamil Nadu
Subject : Fungal
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 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FUNGAL IN TAMIL NADU

 

 
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Braun, U., and Hosagoudar, V.B1989. Two new  Oidium  species from India.  International Journal of Mycology and  Lichenology. 4:187-190
 
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Bulter, E.J. and Bisby, G.R.,  1960. The Fungi of India., I.C.A.R. Publ., Revised by Vasudeva, R.S. New Delhi, India, 1960, pp. 552
 
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Cannon, P.F. and Minter, D.W 1986.  The Rhytismataceae of the Indian sub-continent.  Mycological   Papers   No.  155   CAB.  International Mycological Institute
 
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Child, M 1932. The genus Daldinia. Ann. Mo. Bot Gard., 19: 429-496.      .               
 
Chona, B.L. and Munjal, R.L. 1952. Glume blotch of wheat in India. Indian Phytopath.,  5: 17-19
 
Chona, B.L. , Munjal, R.L, and Kapoor, J.N 1956. Notes  on miscellaneous Indian fungi.IV. Indian Phytopath., 9: 125-132.
 
Cooke, M.C. 1876. Some Indian Fungi. Grev., 5: 14-17
 
Cooke,M.C1878. Some Indian Fungi. Grev., 6: 117-118
 
Cooke,M.C1880.  Fungi of India.  Grev., 8: 93-96.
 
Cooke,M.C1884 Notes on Hypocreaceae .Grev.,12:77-83.
 
Cooke,M.C 1885. Some remarkable moulds. J. Quekett  Micro. Club. Ser., 2: 138-134.
 
Cooke, M.C1886. Precursors and monographia Polypororum.   Grev., 15: 19-27, 60-60
 
Cooke,M.C 1888.  Exotic Agarics. Grev., 16: 105-106
 
Cooke,M.C1891. Species of  Hydnei  Grev., 20: 1- 4
 
Cooke, M.C1891. Notes on Tremellini. Grev., 20: 15.
 
Couch, J.N. 1938. The Genus Septobasidum. Univ. North Carolina Press,  pp. 480
 
Cummins, G.B., and Caldwell, R.M 1956. The validity  of  the  binomials in the leaf rust fungus complex of cereals and grasses.    Phytopathology, 46: 81-82.
 
Cunningham, G.H. 1942.  The   Gasteromycetes   of   Australia   and  New Zealand. Dunedin, N.Z., 1942, pp. 236
 
Currey, F. 1874.  On   a   collection of   fungi   made by Mr. Salpiz Kurz, Curator of the Botanic Garden, Calcutta. Trans. Linn. Soc. London, II. Ser. Bot.  1: 119-131.
 
Dohroo, N.P., and Sharma, N 1997. New records of fungi occuring on ginger rhizomes in  Himachal Pradesh . Indian Phytopathology. 50 (1) : 148.
 
Dorai, M., and  Vittal . B.P.R. 1986. A new  Stachybotrys from Eucalyptus litter. Transanctions of British Mycological Society.   87: 642-644.
 
Dorai, M. and B.P.R. Vittal 1984. Some interesting Hyphomycetes from Eucalyptus litter.  Kavaka. 12: 107-112.
 
Dorai, M., and B.P.R. Vittal. 1984. On Polyscytalum truncatum. Trans. Br. Mycol.  Soc., 88: 266-268.
Drechsler, C. 1923.   Some   graminicolous   species   of   Helminthosporium. J. Agric. Res., 24: 641-739
 
Ebenezar, E.G., Subramanian, K.S., and sely, E.G 1996. A new leaf blight of Maranta arundinacea  Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology. 26 (2): 238.
 
Ganesh, P.N., and Leelavathy, Kim., 1988. Piloporia indica sp. nov. from India. Transactions of British Mycological Society.  91:169-171
 
Govindu, H.C. and Thirumalachar, M.J. 1954 . Notes on some Indian Cercosporae-IV.  Sydowia, 8: 221-230.
 
Govindu, H.C. and Thirumalachar, M.J. 1955. Notes on some Indian Cercosporae-VI.  Sydowia, 9: 221-228.
 
Guba , E.F. 1961.  Monograph   of    Monochaetia    and  Pestalotia. Harvard Univ.Press. 1961, pp. 342.
 
Gupta, G.K. 1988. .Apple scab in Nilgiri Hills of Tamil nadu – A new  record. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology . 17 (1) : 47.
 
Hansford, C.G. 1947. New or interesting tropical fungi –I.   Proc. Linn. Soc. Lond., 158 : 28-50.
 
Hosagoudar, V.B. 1989. A new species of  Olivea  Arth. From India. Nova Hedwigia  49: 203-205
 
Hosagoudar , V.B1990. Some powdery mildews from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. Indian Journal of Forestry.13 (3): 223-225.
 
Hosagoudar, V.B. 1991. Indian Journal of Forestry. 13: 28.
 
Hosagoudar, V.B. 1991. Meliolaceae of South India –VIII.  Cryptogamic Botany. 2: (2-3): 183-187.     
 
Hosagoudar , V.B 1987. Meliolaceae of South India-II. Sydowia.  60:113-121
 
Hosagoudar, V.B. 1987. Meliola ramacharii  sp. nov. from Tamil Nadu, India.  Kavaka. 15: 5-6.
 
Hosagoudar, V.B. 1989. A new variety  Meliola carissae  Doidge from India. Current Science, India. 58 : 145-146
Hosagoudar , V.B1990. Some powdery mildews from Coimbatore, Tamil  Nadu, India. Indian Journal  of Forestry. 13 (3): 223 –225.
 
Hosagoudar, V.B. 1994. New species of  Balansia and  Ophiodothella from  Southern India.  Indian Phytopathology. 47(1) : 38- 40
 
Hosagoudar, V.B. and Goss, R.D1994. Some Asterina, Asterostomella  and  Lembosia species from Southern India.  Mycotaxon. 52(2):   467-473
 
Hosagoudar, V.B.,  and Verma, R.K1992. New species of Cercosporella and Pseudocercospora   from South India. Mycological Research. 96(1) 55-58.
 
Hosagoudar, V.B., Manian S. And    Vasuki, 1989. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 12: 421.
 
Hosagoudar, V.B., Kaveriappa, K.M., Raghu, P.A. and Goss, R.D. 1994. Meliolaceae of Southern India –XVI. M ycotaxon 51, 107-118
 
Hosagoudar, V.B . 1995. Two new Phyllachora  species from Tamil Nadu. Indian Phytopathology. 48 (2): 111
 
Iyengar, M.O.P and Krishnamurthy, V. 1954.  A note on  Asero rubra (La Bill.) Fisch.  Var.  zeylanica (Berk.) Ed. Fischer, from South India.  Lloydia, 17: 225-262.
 
Iyengar, M.O.P , Ramakrishnan, K. andSubramanian, C. V  1955 A new species of  Sapromyces from South India. J. Indian Bot. Soc.,34: 140-145.
 
Jayasekhar, M., Rajasekaran, R., and Paramasivan, K 1989. Varietal resistant to ground nut (Arachis hypogaea  .L.) to late leaf spot diseases. Madras Agricultural  Journal.76 (6) : 352
 
Johnson, I and Palaniswami, A. 1999.  Hytophthora tuber rot of cassava –A new record in India. Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology. 29 (2) : 323-332.
 
Kamal, and Kumar, P. 1981.  Environ., India. 3: 2- 4.
 
Kaporr, I.J. 1988. Fungi involved in tomato wilt ncidenc in Delhi, Maharshtra and Tamil Nadu. Indian Phytopathology. 41 (2) : 208 – 273.
 
Kaul, V.P. and Nair, L.N. 1988.  Some new reports of  Asterina  from India. Acta Botanica Indica. 11: 227-229.
Kirk, P.M. 1982.  New or interesting microfungi IV. Dematiaceous   Hyphomycetes from Devon. Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 78: 55-74.
 
Kumar, A. and Marimuthu. T. 1993.  A new die back disease of Eucalyptus  camaldulensis. Plant Disease Research. 8 (2): 142.
 
Lakshmanan, P. 1992.  Boll rot of cotton incited by Colletotrichum   gloeosporioides in Tamil Nadu. Plant Disease   Research. 7 (1) : 54-55.
 
Lakshmanan, P. 1991. A new sheath rots (ShR) disease of rice identified in Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter.  16 (5) : 20
 
Lakshmanan, P 1992.  Sheath rot of rice incited by Curvularia lunata in Tamil Nadu.   Tropical Pest Management. 38 (1) : 107
 
Lakshmanan, P., and Mohan, S. 1989. Occurrence of a new leaf spot diseases of  Musa sp. Incited, by Thantephorus cucumeris. Hytoparasitica. 17 (2) : 123-126
 
Lakshmanan, P., and Mohan, S. 1989 Occurrence of a new leaf spot disease of Musa sp.  Incited   by    Thanatephorus   cucumeris    Phytoparasitica.17 (2): 123-126.
 
Lakshmanan, P., and Mohan, S. 1989. Sources of primary inoculation and identification of   resistant Sorghum genotypes for  Spharelia sorghi in  Tamil Nadu. Plant Disease Research. 4(2): 158-159
Lakshmanan, P., and Vidhyasekaran, P. Corticium rolfsii,  a new potential pathogen causing  bole rot of  Gossypium hirsutum. Zeitschrif  Pflanzenkrankhiiten  and  Pflanzenschutz. 98 (1): 80-83
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Manjula., B. 1983. A     revised    list    of    Agaricoid    and    Boletoid  basidiomycetes    from   India   and    Nepal.  Froc.Indian. Acad. Sci. (Plant . Sci), 92: 81-213.
 
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Title : Bibliography of Angiosperms in Tamil Nadu
Subject : Angiosperms
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Title : Bibliography of Gulf of Mannar
Subject : Gulf of Mannar
Volume No. : -
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Author : A.K. Kumaraguru, N. Marimuthu, J. Jerald Wilson
Printed Year : 2006
No of Pages  : 672
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Gulf of Mannar in the southeast coast of India extends from Rameswaram Island in the north to Kanyakumari in the south. It has a chain of 21 islands stretching from Mandapam to Tuticorin to a distance of 140 km along the coast. Each one of the islands is located anywhere between 2 and 10 km from the mainland. The Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve was set up on 18th February 1989 jointly by the Government of India and the state of Tamilnadu. The government of Tamilnadu in G.O. M.S. No 962 dated 10th September 1986 notified under section 35(1) of the Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972 the intention to declare the 21 islands as Marine National Park for the purpose of protecting marine wildlife and its environment including depths of 3.5 fathoms on the bay side to 5 fathoms on the seaward side. The compilation of all available scientific literature in the form of an annotated bibliography of the Gulf of Mannar biosphere reserve has brought to light the existence of nearly 3,000 publications up to date. This covers the literature published from as early as 1864 to the current year. A large number of publications in the first half of the 20th century have brought out information on the variety of fauna and flora found in the Gulf of Mannar, their biology and ecology. A lot of emphasis on the fish and fisheries research has been given only in the second half of the 20th century. Emphasis is being given on biochemical aspects of flora and fauna in the later part of the 20th century and at present.
 
 
 
 
 

Title : BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NATIONAL REMOTE SENSING
Subject : RemoteSensing
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Title : Information and Bibiliography of Palk Bay
Subject : Palk Bay
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Author : Environmental Information System (ENVIS), Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology
Printed Year : 2008
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