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International Symposium On Conservation And Management Of Pollinators For Sustainable Agriculture And Ecosystem Services (ISCMP-2014)


September 24-26, 2014, National Agriculture Science Centre, ICAR, Pusa Campus, New Delhi, India

DELEGATE REGISTRATION

September 23, 2014 Registration 3.00 -6.00 pm

September 24, 2014 Registration 8.00 -9.30 am

INAUGURATION AND SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

Inauguration Of The Conference
Ms Meenakshi Lekhi

Hon’ble Member of Parliament, New Delhi


Preside over the Function:

Dr G V Subramanyam

Advisor (RE), Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India
Chief Guest :

Dr Alok Jha

Additional Director General (International Cooperation) Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.


9.30 -10.30 am

Refreshment


10.30 -11.00 am

KEYNOTE ADDRESS : Dr Pardeep Kumar Chhuneja , PAU, Ludhiana

11.00-11.30 am

PROMOTION OF APICULTURE: A WAY FORWARD TOWARDS AUGMENTING CROP POLLINATION – PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES IN INDIA

PLENARY LECTURE I : D. P. Abrol 11.30 - 12.00 pm

Diversity of native bees on Parkinsonia aculeata L. in Jammu region of North-West Himalaya ( pg-1)



PLENARY LECTURE II : P.Balakrishna Murthy 12.00 - 12.30 pm

Risk Assessment of Plant Protection Products to Pollinators ( pg-2)



PLENARY LECTURE III : S.K.Chaturvedi 12.30 pm - 1.00 pm

“Pollinators and Pollination of Some Indigenous Orchids of North- East India ( pg-3)



LUNCH BREAK 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm

September 24, 2014, Technical Sessions

Technical Session I: Bees, Biosystematics & Biodiversity in Pollination; Assessing Pollination requirement in agriculturally important Crops and Issues in conservation and Management of Pollinators for Modern Agriculture

2.00-2.15

OR-1

Perspectives of Biosystematics and Biodiversity of Vigna sinensis.

Anirudh Dayal,

4

2.15-2.30

OR-2

Bee pollination and yield enhancement in culinary melon Cucumis melo var. conomon in Kerala

Premila, K. S., Devanesan, S. and Shailaja, K. K.

5

2.30-2.45

OR-3

Assessment of Diversity of Regional Crop Pollinating Bee Fauna in Ecological Perspective

Gurpreet Singh Makkar and Pardeep K. Chhuneja

6

2.45-3.00

OR-4

Pollinator profile of mango, Mangifera indica L. in India

P. V. Rami Reddy, V. Varun Rajan, C. Vasugi and AbrahamVerghese

7

3.00-3.15

OR-5

Diversity of foraging resource determines the diversity and abundance of pollinators - a case study from agricultural landscape in west Himalaya, India

Bhawana Kapkoti and Ranbeer S. Rawal

8

3.15-3.30

OR-6

Insect Pollination, Fruit Set and Seed Yield in Brassica campestris L. (Brassicaceae)

A. S. Dahat and N. J. Chikhale

9

3.30-3.45

OR-7

Pollinators diversity and their role in pollination of Avocado(Persea americana Mill)

Jayanthi Mala B. R, Tripathi, P. C., Sunanda Sanganal and Sankar, V.

10

3.45-4.00

OR-8

Conservation and Management of Apple Pollinators and their Habitats for Ensuring Effective Pollination and High Production in Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Kishor Kumar S.S. Samant, R.S. Rawal and P.P. Dhyani

11

4.00-4.15




COFFEE BREAK




4.15-4.30

OR-9

Entomo-fauna associated with crop of Sorghum as observed in an agro-ecosystem near Jhunjhunun, Rajasthan, India

Sima, Dheeraj Bhati & Meera Srivastava

13

4.30-4.45

OR-10

Pollen dispersal and pollination of Indian gooseberry- Phyllanthus emblica L.


Subrata Mondal

14


4.45-5.00

OR-11

Keeping of Apis miliphera for enhancing productivity of temperate fruit orchard in Ramgarh hills of Uttarakhand

Mukesh S. Mer, Brij Lal Attri, Raj Narayan, Anil Kumar and Sovan Devnath

15

5.00-5.15

OR-12

Floral phenology affects reproductive efficiency through entomophily in two species of Luffa

Mamata Jamwal and Namrata Sharma

16

5.15-5.30

OR-13

Pollination, a threatened ecological service: a case study of apple crop in Upper Beas Valley of Himachal Pradesh

Aman Sharma, S.S. Samant, Kishore Kumar, P.P. Dhyani, G.C.S. Negi, R.S. Rawal, Subrat Sharma, Pradeep Mehta and Raghuvansh Saxena


17

5.30-5.45

OR-14

The Value of Policies to Conserve Native Pollinating Bees in Northern Thailand – A Discrete Choice Experiment

Manuel Najes*, Christian Lippert

19

5.45-6.00

OR-15

Pollinator diversity across different agro-ecosystems and forest types in Doon Valley, Uttarakhand

Preeti S. Virkar and V.P. Uniyal

20

6.00-6.15

OR-16

Pollinators and their role in the conservation of biodiversity

Seema Talwar

21

6.15-6.30

OR-17

Role Of Apis Mellifera Linn. In Fruit Setting Of Plum Cv. Satluj Purple Under Central Zone Of Punjab

Amit Choudhary, Jaspal Singh and Pardeep Kumar Chhuneja

22

6.30-6.45

OR-18

Quantification Of The Role Of Apis Mellifera Linn. In Enhancing Productivity Of Soft Pear Cv. Punjab Beauty Under Punjab Conditions

Amit Choudhary, Jaspal Singh and Pardeep Kumar Chhuneja


23

September 24, 2014 WELCOME DINNER 7.30 pm

September 25, 2014 Technical Sessions

PLENARY LECTURE VII: Sudhendu Mandal Vishwabharati, West Bangal) 9.00- 9.30

“Diversity of Pollen, Pollination and Conservation ( pg -24)


PLENARY LECTURE V : Pradeep Mehta ( Earthwatch Institute of India) 9.30- 10.00

“Conservation and management of pollinators towards sustained flow of pollination services in agricultural landscapes in the Himalaya- synergizing research and citizen science programme” ( pg-26)
PLENARY LECTURE VI : H. B. Singh ( BHU, Varanasi) 10.-00-10.30

“Target Specific Entomopathogenic fungi: An Eco-friendly alternative” (pg-27)
PLENARY LECTURE IV : Sujaya Rao (USA)

“Sustainability of Native Bee Pollinators in Agricultural Landscapes: US the Western Experience” ( pg-28)



10.30-11.00

COFFEE BREAK 11.00-11.30
Technical Session II: Pollinators and their foraging behavior, Wild Bees and Pollination in the Forest Ecosystem, Role of Honeybees in Human Health Care and Beekeeping & Rural economy

11.30-11.45

OR-19

Melissopalynological and Bee Botanical Studies on Some Himalayan Honeys in Relation to Global Climate Change

Neelam Mattu

29

11.45-12.00

OR-20

Foraging Ecology Studies on Apple Crop in Shimla Hills of Himachal Pradesh, India

V.K. Mattu, Sanjay Kumar and Thakur Bhagat

30

12.00-12.15

OR-21

Microscopic Analysis of Some Honey Samples from the Northwest Himalayas Using Scanning Electron Microscope

Neelam Mattu and Avinash Kaur


31

12.15-12.30

OR-22

Climate impacts on Ziziphus mauritiana pollinators – A study in space and time

Sharmila Roy, R K Bhatt and Prakash Mal

32

12.30-12.45

OR-23

Biotic Pollination in Calanthe sylvatica (Thouars) Lindl.

Bhaskar Buragohain, S. K. Chaturvedi and N. Puro

33

12.45-1.00

OR-24

Floral biology, flower-visitor interaction and pollination of Solanum torvum Swartz.

Kakali Biswas, Subrata Mondal and Sudhendu Mandal

34

1.00-2.00




LUNCH BREAK




2.00-2.15

OR-25

Floral biology and pollination mechanism in Pterospermum reticulatum Wight& Arn. (Sterculiaceae) – An Endangered tree species of Western Ghats, India.

Keshavanarayan, P; Rajkumar.K and V.Sivaram

35

2.15-2.30

OR-26

Flower – visitor interaction and pollination in Bixa orellana L.

Subrata Mondal and Ramanjan Ghanta

36

2.30-2.45

OR-27

Bat and Rodent pollination in Crescentia cujete L.

Ramanjan Ghanta and Subrata Mondal

37

2.45-3.00

OR-28

Flowering Phenology and Pollination in Gossypium hirsutum L.

P. J. Kale and J.A. Tidke

38

3.00-3.15

OR-29

Flowering phenology and floral visitors of Clerodendrum viscosum Vent., an important medicinal plant

S. K. Pattanayek and P. Karmakar

39

3.15-3.30

OR-30

Pollen analyses in understanding the foraging behavior of Apis dorsata Fabricius, in Bankadaha Forest area of Bankura District, West Bengal

U. Layek, T. Nandi, A. Das, S. Sultana, S. K. De and P. Karmakar

40

3.30-3.45

OR-31

Is Melissopalynology a useful tool to compare and assess the floral choice and utilization of different honeybees?

Ponnuchamy, R., Prasad, S., Das, L., Aravajy, S., Pragasam, A., Anupama, K.

41

3.45-4.00

OR-32

Unusual pollination case studies in two medicinally important, threatened species of Himalayan region in India

Susheel Verma* and Ankush Khajuria

42

4.00-4.15




C0FFEE BREAK




4.15-4.30

OR-33

Nectarivorous bat, the dawn bat (Eonycteris spelaea: Pteropodidae) are effective pollinator to the commercial crops D. zibethinus and Parkia spp in southern Thailand

Pushpa Raj Acharya, Paul A. Racey, Sara Bumrungsri

43

4.30-4.4.45

OR-34

Reproductive biology and pollination mechanism in Eugenia discifera Gamble. (Myrtaceae), an endangered tree species of Western Ghats. India.
Rajkumar, K; Keshavanarayan, P, and V Sivaram

44

4.45-5.00

OR-35

Insect Pollinators of Sesame (Sesamum Indicum L.) Crop with Special Reference to the Foraging Activity of Different Species of Honeybees

Sanganna M. Sajjanar

45

5.00-5.15

OR-36

Pollination vis–a–vis sympatry in two species of Commelina

Veenu Kaul

46

5.15-05.30

OR-37

In-Vitro Cytotoxicity of Indian Bee Propolis on Cancer Cell Lines

R Shubharani, V Sivaram and B R Kishore

47

5.30-5.45

OR-38

Socio-economic evaluation of best practices and management needs for promoting sustained pollination in large cardamom crop (Amomum subulatum Roxb.) in Sikkim Himalaya

Kailash S. Gaira, Kaushal K. Singh and Ranbeer S. Rawal

48

5.45-6.00

OR-39

Socio-economic and technical characteristics of beekeeping in West Region of Cameroon

Fotso Kenmogne Patrick Romuald

49

6.00-6.15

OR-40

Diversity And Foraging Activity Of Flower Visiting Insect Fauna On Egyptian Clover

Pardeep Kumar Chhuneja1, Jasminder Kaur, Baljit Singh, Jaspal Singh and Amit Choudhary

50

5.00-6.00




POSTER SESSION




September 26, 2014

PLENARY LECTURE VIII : Atanu Bhattacharyya 9.00-9.30

“Characterization of nanoparticles associated with honey bee-Apis dorsata F.” ( pg-52)


PLENARY LECTURE IX : V.K. Mattu 9.30-10.00

“Pollinator Diversity, Conservation and Management: Some Issues and Challenges” ( pg-53)


PLENARY LECTURE X : Ravindra K. Joshi 10.00-10.30

“Lessons learnt for pollination management from a Study, Training, Evaluation and Promotion (STEP) site of Global Pollination Project (GPP) in west Himalaya, India” ( pg-54)


PLENARY LECTURE: Ranbeer S. Rawal 10.30-11.00

Assessing pollination deficit in three pollinator dependent crops in Indian Himalaya - towards management of pollinators through ecosystem approach” ( pg-55)
COFFEE BREAK 11.00-11.30

Technical Session III : Usage of Pesticides: Its effect on Bee Pollinators and Ecosystem; Pollination in Asian Countries- Case studies; Status of pests and diseases of Bee Pollinators and Recent trends in R&D in pollinator management

11.30-11.45

OR-40

Pesticide residues in honeybees and hive products of Uttar Kannada district of Karnataka, India.

Chandrama Singh and V. Sivaram

56

11.45-12.00

OR-41

Safety of new generation insecticides to bee pollinators

Ravi Boli, Dr. K. S. Premila and Pallavi Nair K

57

12.00-12.15

OR-42

Recollections from a Field Trip to the Yamuna Biodiversity Park,

Wazirabad



Sonali Bhandari

58

12.15-12.30

OR-43

Pollination biology of Borassus flabellifer L.

Hemanta Saha, Subrata Mondal* and Sudhendhu Mandal

59

12.30-12-45

OR-44

Pollen dispersal and pollination of Gelonium multiflorum A. Juss.

Megha Dutta Mudi and Subrata Mondal

60

12.45-1.00

OR-45

Floral biology and pollination of Mesua ferrea L.

Subrata Mondal*, K.N. Bhattacharya and Sudhendu Mandal

61

1.00-2.00




LUNCH




2.00-2.15

OR-46

Diversity and Country Status of Flower Visiting Insects in Bangladesh

Santosh Mazumdar, Badrul Amin Bhuiya, Mostafa Kamal Pasha

62

2.15-2.30

OR-47

Farmers’ Perception of Agricultural Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services:An Example of Crop Pollination by Bees in Pakistan

Mudssar Ali, Shafqat Saeed and Asif Sajjad

63

2.30-2.45

OR-48

A new threat to Indian honey bee, Apis cerana indica Fab., the indigenous pollinator of Kerala

Amritha V. S., Premila K. S., Devanesan, S. and Abila, V. S.

64

2.45-3.00

OR-49

Occurrence and spread of a disease in Indian honey bee, Apis cerana indica Fab. in Kerala

Amritha V. S., Premila K. S., Rashmi C. R., Shailaja K.K. and S. Devanesan

65

3.00-3.15

OR-50

Enemies of stingless bee Tetragonula (Trigona) iridipennis Smith in Kerala, India

Devanesan, S., Premila, K.S., Shailaja, K. K. and Jayalekshmi C. R.

66

3.15-3.30

OR-51

Varroa Destructor Anderson & Trueman Management In Colonies Of Apis Mellifera Linnaeus - A Major Pollinating Agent In Punjab

Harminder Kaur Deosi And Pardeep Kumar Chhuneja

67

3,30-3.45

OR-52

Pesticide induced oxidative stress in laboratory and field populations of native honey bees along intensive agricultural landscapes in two Eastern Indian states

Priyadarshini Chakrabarti , Santanu Rana , Sagartirtha Sarkar Barbara Smith and Parthiba Basu

68

3,45-4.00

OR-53

Honeybees as Bioindicator for Metal Contents from Environment in and Arround Baramati.

Dhananjay Wakhle, Vivek Khalokar and Akshay Hendre

69

4.00-4.15




COFFEE BREAK




4.15-4.30

OR-54

Pollination Studies on Apple Crop in Relation to Conservation and Management of Pollinators

V.K. Mattu and Sanjay Kumar

70

4.30-4.45

OR-55

Apiculture: A leap towards rich biodiversity & livelihood

Bikash K. Patra


71

4.45-5.00

OR-56

Egg Laying Characteristics Of Tropilaelaps Clareae Delfinado & Baker In Apis Mellifera Linnaeus Colonies

Pardeep Kumar Chhuneja1, Amandeep Singh Dhanju, Jaspal Singh and Amit Choudhary

72

5.00-5.15

OR-57

Bee pollination in Hygrophila phlomoides Nees

Pradyut Biswas and Subrata Mondal

73

5.15-5.30

OR-58

Formulation, Development and Assessment of a Pollen Substitute meeting the nutritional need of honey bee Apis mellifera

Janardan Jee, Mahendra Prasad & Satendra Kumar

74

5.30-5.45

OR-59

Comparative Foraging Behaviour Of Honey Bees On Brassica Napus Blooms In Central Plains Zone Of Punjab

Suman Kumari, Pardeep Kumar Chhuneja*, Jaspal Singh and Amit Choudhary


85

POSTER PRESENTATION

PS-1

Floral biology of Aquilaria malaccensis Lam., Gymnocladus assamicus Kanjilal ex. P.C. Kanj., Ilex khasiana Purk. and Illicium griffithii Hook.f.Thoms. four endangered and threatened tree species growing in Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh, North East India

Ester Jones Marbaniang, N. Venugopal and Stella Pamidimarri

75

PS-2

Wild bee community structure in vegetable farms along an agricultural intensification Gradient in West Bengal, India

Ritam Bhattacharya and Parthiba Basu

76

PS-3

Neonicotinoids- A Threat To Honey Bees

Sujata Sharma

77

PS-4

Pollination Biology and Breeding systems of Canarium strictum Roxb. from Evergreen Forests of Central Western Ghats, India

Prasanna Kumar C N, Somashekar, R. K and Nagaraja, B. C.

78

PS-5

Bee pollination in Hygrophila phlomoides Nees

Pradyut Biswas and Subrata Mondal

79

PS-6

Phenology and Reproductive biology of Vateria macrocarpa B.L.Gupta. (Dipterocarpaceae) An endangered tree species of Western Ghats, Kerala, India.

Keshavanarayan, P; Rajkumar.K and V.Sivaram

80

PS-7

Reproductive Biology of Garcinia imberti Bourd. (Clusiaceae): A Critically Endangered Species of Agasthyamalai Hills, Kerala, India.

Rajkumar, K; Keshavanarayan, P, and V Sivaram

81

PS-8

Effect of Neonicotinoids on Honey bees

Srujana Y

82

PS-9

Aeropalynological Survey Over Jnana Bharathi Campus Of Bangalore City

Pavan R and Manjunath K

83

PS-10

Management of kitchen waste by vermicomposting using earthworm, Eudrilus eugeniae in Allahabad, India

Mohamed Omer Albasha, P Gupta and P W Ramteke

84





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