The current volume entitled, “Free Radicals and Diseases” integrates knowledge in free radical–associated diseases from the basic level to the advanced level, and from the bench side to the bed side. The chapters in this book provide an ..
The real environmental problems today are not only the generation of enormous pollution of every kind, but also the lack of economical remedies required to lessen the adverse effects. The developmental thirst is going to increase many folds ..
The tree plays very important part in human life. Our street, park, playground and backyards are lined with tree that creates a peaceful aesthetically pleasing environment. The contribution of tree in sustainable environment by providing oxyge..
Carbon bio-sequestration is the capture and locking of the inorganic form of carbon into organic form by different biological entities. It is different from all other physico-chemical form of carbon sequestration including sea carbon sequestra..
Genes are the blueprints of life. Genes control everything from hair color to blood sugar by telling cells which proteins to make, how much, when, and where. Genes exist in most cells. Inside a cell is a long strand of the chemical DNA (deoxyr..
E-waste is the waste generated from electrical and electronic products that are no longer in use and possess potential threat as pollutants. It is estimated that the total amount of E-waste generated globally in 2014 was 41.8 million metric to..
Nitrate (NO3-) is a compound made up of nitrogen and oxygen. It is formed when nitrogen from ammonia or other sources combines with oxygen in water. Nitrate is naturally found in plants and in vegetables at varying concentrations. It is often ..
Garden is an embellished area with plants. The importance of gardening has been well understood by every individual. The gardens not only serve as a place of recreation, it also serves as a place for education by the way of establishing a home..
Water is the most important abiotic factor of environment. Water is an essential component of plant life. It comprises approximately 85 to 90% of the total fresh weight in physiologically active herbaceous plants. If the water level in most sp..
Quality control is particularly important in the case of drinking water, where high selectivity analytical techniques are needed to measure minute concentrations of essential and potentially toxic elements. Among the inorganic contaminants, he..