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Maharaja Ganga Singh University (2008)

Eco _ physiological studies of desert plants belonging to family Molluginaceae

Solanki, Surendra Singh

Titre : Eco _ physiological studies of desert plants belonging to family Molluginaceae

Auteur : Solanki, Surendra Singh

Université de soutenance : Maharaja Ganga Singh University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2008

Préface
The present work deals with the study entitled "Eco-Physiological Studies of Desert Plants Belonging to Family Molluginaceae" which has been divided in eleven chapters. The intoduction and review of litrature of all the chapters has been given in beginning (Chapter I and II) where as general discussion and summary are placed at the end of chapters. Pertinent bibliography has been cited in last. The plant material of Gisekia pharnacioides, Limeum indicum and Mollugo cerviana were collected from three sites of Bikaner and Jhunjhunu. All the plant part were seperated dried in vacuo, powdered and used for further investigation. Complete discription of selected plant species has been given pertaining to its systematic position, botanical description and pharmacology. (Chapter III). Climatic factors, characters of soil responsible for causing variation in community structure and occurance of selected plant species in Bikaner and Jhunjhunu region were studied by suitable methods. (Chapter IV, chapter V and Chapter VI). Fresh plants of Gisekia pharnacioides, Limeum indicum and Mollugo cervianahave been used for estimation of chlorophyll content (chl ’a’ and chl ’b’) and primary metabolites like endogenous ascorbic acid. (Chapter VII and Chapter VIII). Plants have been analyzed quantitatively for mineral contents estimation such as Dry Matter, Nitrogen, Crude protein. Ether Extract, Crude fibre, total Ash, Nitrogen Free Extract, total Carbohydrate, Calcium and Phosphorus. (Chapter IX). Phytosterols have been identified, isolated and estimated quantitatively from the selected plant species of different regions. (Chapter X). The flavanoid contents have been identified, isolated and estimated quantitatively. (Chapter XI).

Mots clés : Ascorbic acid Chlorophyll Life Sciences,Plant and Animal Science,Plant Sciences Phytosterols Soil analysis Taxonomic description

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