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1. Bioremediation of fluoride spiked soil by earthworm Eisenia fetida

Surabhi Kumari, Kumari Barkha, Aditi Arora, Sumeet Ranjan and Shahla Yasmin

1-5 Abstract
2. Study ofsegmental regeneration and healing ofventral nerve cord in Eisenia fetida

Rashmi, Madhumita, Anusha Shirin and Shahla Yasmin

6-11 Abstract
3. Influence of different media and temperature on the growth and reproduction of composting earthworms Eisenia fetida and Eudrilus eugeniae

Nisha Kumari, Rosa Murmu and Sister M. Stuti A.C.

12-18 Abstract
4. Effective Microbial Technology:Alow cost option for treatment and reuse oforganic wastes

Ayushi Sinha, Soumya Shree and Sonal Suman

19-24 Abstract
5. Antibacterial activity ofsome natural bioactive materials: Green tea and Bee honey against pathogenic strains

Siuli Shaw, Surabhi Pramanik and Sonal Suman

25-31 Abstract
6. Degradation of kitchen waste by cellulose degrading bacteria

Shaheda Naz, Salma Bano and Jaya Philip

32-37 Abstract
7. Isolation, screening and characterization ofplastic degrading microbes isolated from soil samples of Patna region in Bihar

Isra Eqbal Gilani, Vartika Singh and Pinky Prasad

38-44 Abstract
8. Comparison between chemical and natural disinfectant against Escherichia coliand Streptococcus pyogenes

Priyanka Rani, Priya Kumari and Satyamvada Swayamprabha

45-51 Abstract
9. The effect ofdifferent growth media on seed germination, phytochemical constituents and nutritional elements present in Spinacia leracea

Madhu Kumari, Archana Kumari Sharma and Urvashi Sinha

52-56 Abstract
10. Anovel method to use the waste Products of Wood apple (shell and seed) for phytoremediation and nutritional purpose

Harsha Tripathy, Sufiya Khatoon and Hena Naz

57-63 Abstract
11. To evaluate the biochemical parameters offruit waste infested with fungi

Hashmeen Khan, Farheen Khan and Hena Naz

64-68 Abstract
12. Phenol profile in Tephrosia purpurea and their possible Pharmacognistic implication

Aditi, Ghousia Karim and Isha Gaurav

69-71 Abstract