Browsing International Journal of Tea Science Volume 1 (2001) by Issue Date

Browsing International Journal of Tea Science Volume 1 (2001) by Issue Date

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  • Owuor, P.O.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    Introduction the increase in world demand, consequently tea Camellia sinensis L. 0 . Kuntze plants are commercially grown under different climatic conditions with latitudes ranging from 49' N (Outer Carpathians) to 33' S ...
  • Jain, N.K.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    The FIRST ISSUE of the International Journal of Tea Science is the long awaited culmination of a labour of love. It is the first step towards the effective transfer of information, to the tea-scientists and the industry, ...
  • Takeo, T.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    The paper deals with growing industrial utilization of tea extract, which is a new product. Utilization of tea extract in several areas such as dye, deodorant, sterilization agent and medical agent have been developed. ...
  • Juan, I.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    The change of liquor color, aroma and taste of oolong tea after roasting have close relation with the change of nonvolatile and volatile compounds. Oolong tea roasted at 8WC still preserved its original golden liquor color, ...
  • Kabir, S.E.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    Influence of climatic factors viz, ambient temperature, photosynthetically active radiation, wind velocity, sunshine hour on various physiological parameters of three Darjeeling tea clones was studied. Net photosynthesis, ...
  • Jain, N.K.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    Considerable amount of information can be gleaned from a careful study of the statistical data by comparing and contrasting the emerging trends with those observed elsewhere.
  • Janoo, Mohammed Hanif; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
  • Rao, T.N.; Sharma, P.K.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    Sulphur, as a secondary nutrient is vital for tea crop. Although, the importance of sulphur in tea crop nutrition was recognized long ago, it received little attention compared to other nutrients. This could be due to ...
  • Pandey, Anita; Palni, L.M.S.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    In recent years tea (Camellia sinensis) rhizosphere has been examined in some detail, particularly in relation to plant-microbe interactions. The discovery of the presence of a 'negative rhizosphere effect' in established ...
  • Mondal, Tapan Kumar; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    This bibliographic search covers the references till December 2001 on various aspects of tissue culture, molecular biology and genetic engineering work on tea and other related Camellia species.
  • Dhanakumar, V.G.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2001)
    Total Quality Management in tea through application of the principals of quality, safety and risk management are essential for competitiveness in case of both the small and large growers, in this era of WTO regime. At this ...