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  • Items where Author is "Devy, Soubadra M. " - ePrints@ATREE
    METS Object IDs OpenURL ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Number of items 1 Devy Soubadra M and Rattan Sanjay and T Ganesh and M B Prashanth and jesudasan Allwin and Goswami Rajkamal 2015 Sustainable Green Religious Tourism Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve An emerging model with multi stakeholder engagement Project Report ATREE Bangalore

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  • Items where Author is "Dhanwatey, Harshawardhan " - ePrints@ATREE
    IDs OpenURL ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Number of items 1 Vaidyanathan Srinivas and Krishnaswamy Jagdish and Samba Kumar N and Dhanwatey Harshawardhan and Dhanwatey Poonam and Ullas Karanth K 2010 Patterns of tropical forest dynamics and human impacts Views from above and below the canopy Biological Conservation 143 12 pp

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  • Items where Author is "Dhanwatey, Poonam " - ePrints@ATREE
    IDs OpenURL ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Number of items 1 Vaidyanathan Srinivas and Krishnaswamy Jagdish and Samba Kumar N and Dhanwatey Harshawardhan and Dhanwatey Poonam and Ullas Karanth K 2010 Patterns of tropical forest dynamics and human impacts Views from above and below the canopy Biological Conservation 143 12 pp

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  • Items where Author is "Dharma Rajan, Priyadarsanan " - ePrints@ATREE
    N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Number of items 1 Remadevi O K and Sasidharan T O and Bhattacharya Jayeeta and Vossbrinck Charles R and Dharma Rajan Priyadarsanan 2010 Some pathological effects and transmission potential of a microsporidian isolate Nosema sp from the teak defoliator Hyblaea puera Lepidoptera Hyblaeidae International Journal of Tropical Insect

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  • Attenuation of camptothecin production and negative relation between hyphal biomass and camptothecin content in endophytic fungal strains isolated from Nothapodytes nimmoniana Grahm (Icacinaceae) - ePrints@ATREE
    a group of fungi living inside the host plant tissues without causing visible symptoms of disease are known to occur ubiquitously in plants Existing in a mutualistic association with their host plants they have been shown to enhance the plant s ability to tolerate abiotic and biotic stresses3 In culture many endophytic species have been shown to produce a number of important secondary metabolites including anticancer antidiabetic antifungal and immunosuppressant compounds Many of these compounds closely mimic those produced by the respective host plants suggesting that the fungi could in fact potentially serve as an alternative source of plant secondary metabolites Notwithstanding these findings to date there has been no major breakthrough in commercially exploiting the endophytic fungi as a source of important secondary metabolites Among the reasons attributed is the severe attenuation of production of the secondary metabolite by the fungi in culture Li et al showed that successive cultures of an endophytic fungi Pericornia sp isolated from Torreya grandifolia resulted in the attenuation of taxol production though the fungal growth itself was unaffected Although the reasons for such attenuation are not extensively studied it is conjectured that it could be due to lack of host stimulus in the

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