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VOLUME  II

CONTENTS                                                                                           PAGE.                                                                                                

1.   Plant diversity in Sikkim Himalaya.                                                        1 - 26

      -P singh & A.S. Chauhan.

 

2.   Appendix A-   The geological structure and physical features of              27- 51

      Sikhim.

      - E.J. Garwood, M.A, F.G.S.

 

3.   Appendix B-  Notes on the maps.                                                          52 - 58

        E. J. Garwood & M.A, F.G.S.   

 

4.   Runoff, erosion and nutrient conservation under different Crop/               59 - 63

vegetation covers in a  catchment in Sikkim Himalaya.

  Y.K. Bhatt, E. Sharma & R.C. Sundriyal.

 

5.       Growth performance of New Zealand white rabbits in Sikkim hills.          64 - 65

 - Bharat Bhushan.

 

6.   Distribution of rainfall over Sikkim in relation to synoptic system              66 - 69

      in the Bay of Bengal.

      - Shiv Dev & D.C. Gupta.

 

7.   Potentiometric study of humic and fulvic acids extracted from                 70 - 75

      some soils of Sikkim.

      -  T.C. Lahiri & Paranjoy Saha & C.B. Sunwar.

 

8.       Microrganisms associated with Ginger in Sikkim.                                    76 - 81

-L.S. Srivastava, S.R. Gupta, C.P. Basnet, U.P. Mahato & B. Neopani.

 

9.       Ethnobotanical studies in some fringe areas of Sikkim and                       82 - 91

Darjeeling Himalayas.

- P.C. Rai, A. Sarkar, R.B. Bhujel & A.P. Das.

 

10.   The tribe Astereae (Asteraceae) in Sikkim I.                                       92 - 107

- G.P. Sinha & B.K. Shukla.

 

11.   The tribe Astereae (Asteraceae) in Sikkim -II*.                                     108 - 118

- G.P. Sinha* & B.K. Shukla.

 

12.   Efficacy of fungitoxicants in managing Ricebean rust in Sikkim               119 - 120

-L.S. Srivastava*.

13.   Isolation and characterization of Frankia from Alnus nepalensis           121 - 134

      D.Don (Meghalaya).

-M. Pradhan*, G.D. Sharma, R.R. Mishra.

 

14.   Note of new fungal disease from Sikkim.                                               135 -136

- L.S. Srivastava* & R.N. Verma.

 

15.   Sustainable land utilization for Ecological balance in the                           137 -139

      Sikkim Hills.           

      - Patiram*, R.K. Avasthe & S.B. S. Bhadauria.

 

16.   Weather variations in the mid Hills of Sikkim                                          140 - 141

( A case study of Tadong Area).

- R.K. Singh.

 

17.  Glomerella cingulata (Stonem) Spauld & Schrenk:                               142

      A potential Fungal pathogen of Orchids in Sikkim.

      - L.S. Srivastava.

 

18.   Management of Rice Blast through Fungitoxicants in Sikkim.                  143 - 144

      - L.S. Srivastava.

 

19.    Study on fertility,mortality and population planning in Sikkim.                  145 - 157

- M.M Jana.

 

20.   Organophilic characteristics of organic derivatives of a soil                     158 - 160

      clay Isolated from Sikkim.

      -T.C. Lahiri & C.B. Sunwar*.

 

21.   Phosphorus status of Sikkim Mandarin (Citrus reticulate Blanco)           161 - 164

Orchards.

      -Patiram* & R.C. Upadhyaya.

 

22.     A new report on the availability of two varieties of                                165 - 168

      Fagopyrum dibotrys (D.Don) Hara in the Darjeeling and

      Sikkim Himalayas.

      - P.K. Basu* & D.K. Pradhan.

 

23.   Different forms and Q/1 parameters of Potassium in some                      169 - 173

      acid soils of Sikkim.

      -R.K. Gupta & P.C. Srivastava*.

 

24.     A check-list and a family key to the Caddishfly (Trichoptera)                174 - 189

       diversity of Sikkim.

      - Malkiat S.Saini*, Parabhjit K. Bajwa and Mandeep Kaur

 

25.     In Situ adventitious rooting of Juvenile  Himalayan Alder.                       190 191

       -M. Pradhan.

 

26.     Food security in Sikkim. A case study.                                                  192 - 196

       -J.R. Subba*, Patiram and J. Prasad.

 

27.   Persistant Flowering in Jimsonwood (Datura stramonium Linn.)            197 - 199

      in the Mid-Sikkim Himalayas- M. Pradhan.

 

28.   Possible potential of pulses in upland rain-fed agricultural                        200 - 210

      systems: A case study from the Sikkim Himalaya.

      -R.C. Sundriyal & S.C. Rai*.

 

29.   Studies on Footman moths of Sikkim (Lithosiinae: Arctiidae:                    211 - 216

      Lepidoptera).

      -J.S. Kirti* & J.S. Sodhi.

 

30.     Relationships between altitude and status of Iron and Manganese           217 - 229

       in some soils of Sikkim.

       -Y. Pradhan, R.K. Avasthe* and R.S. Sachan.

 

31.     Kabi sacred grove in Sikkim relevance to conservation.                         230 - 248

       - S.S. Das & A.S. Chauhan.

 

32.   Pollen Diversity among the angiospermic climbers in the flora                 249 - 270

       of  Darjeeling and Sikkim Himalayas.

      -A.K. Samanta* & A.P. Das.

 

33.     Sikkim Himalayan Ericaceae.                                                               271 - 284

      -Paramjit Singh.

 

34.     Sub-tropical epiphytic vegetation on three species of Sikkim.                  285 - 295

      -Debabrata Maity*, Abhijit Maity & G.G. Maiti.

 

35.   Investigation on ethnic uses of Dioscorea spp. available in                     296 - 310

      Darjeeling and Sikkim Himalayas and scientific evaluation of

      traditional practices.

      -P.K Basu and G. Gautam.

 

36.   The floristic composition of alpine wetlands of east Sikkim.                     311 - 344

      -B.K. Shukla,A.S. Chauhan and G.P. Sinha.

 

37.   The lichen Genus Cladonia P. Browne in Sikkim.                                  345 - 371

      -G.P. Sinha, A.S. Chauhan.

 

38.   Physico-Chemical Compostion of Some Multiflora Natural                      372 - 374

      Honey Samples from Sikkim and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal,

      India.

      -S.K Mukhopadhayay*, A.P. Das and S.Bera.

 

39.   Relationship between altitude and status of Boron and                             375 - 378

      Molybdenum in some soils of Sikkim.

      -Y. Pradhan*, R.K. Avasthe, R.S. Sachan.

 

40.   Reptile Fauna of Sikkim with Emphasis to the Teesta Valley.                   379 - 384

      -B.Chettri and S.Bhupathy*.

 

41.   Large Cardamom cultivation: some technical and economic aspects.        385 - 355

      -G. S. Karibasappa.

 

42.  Bibliography.

 

 

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