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    Effect of Biofield Energy Treatment on Chlorophyll Content,Pathological Study, and Molecular Analysis of Cashew Plant (Anacardium occidentale L.)

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    In the world scenario, India occupies a premier position contributing to about 43 per cent production of thecashew nut (Anacardium occidentale L.) along with export and processing. The aim is to study the impact of biofield energytreatment on selected farms for cashew farming. The control and biofield treated farms were divided as control and treatedfarms, and Mr. Trivedi provided the biofield energy treatment to the treated farms. Further, the plants and fruits were analyzedfor overall growth of plants, chlorophyll content, productivity, pathological study, and shelf life using UN specifications forInternational Trade, biophoton emission study, and DNA fingerprinting using RAPD method. No chemicals, fertilizers, wereused on the treated plot, although regular practices were followed on control farms such as fertilizers, pesticides and fungicidesdue to the high incidence of disease and the requirement of nutritional supplements in the region. The analysis showed thatbiofield treated farm plants have thicker and stronger branches with more secondary and tertiary branches, flowering pattern,and canopy of plants was improved than trees of the same variety along with height of the plants, as compared with the control.The results showed that chlorophyll a and b content in biofield treated lands plants were increased by approximately 30% and93% respectively, while total chlorophyll content by 45% as compared with the control. The pathological examination showedthe presence of fungi namely Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and Botryodiplodia theobromae in control, which were absent intreated plants. Biophoton study suggested that the cashew fruits were bigger in size with high density, strength, and vitality ascompared with the control. The shelf life analysis reflected that the biofield treated cashews showed sweet taste, and can bestored for longer duration due to less moisture, and altered minerals content, such as high iodine, and low p-anisidine level.RAPD analysis showed a high level of polymorphism among control and treated samples, while level of true polymorphismamong V4 variety of cashew was ranges from 0 to 100%, and in V7 variety, it ranged from 25 to 91% using different set ofRAPD primers. Overall, study results suggest that Mr. Trivedi’s biofield energy treatment on land planted with cashew couldbe an alternative approach to improve the overall growth of plant, and fruit yield.

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    Title : Effect of Biofield Energy Treatment on Chlorophyll Content,Pathological Study, and Molecular Analysis of Cashew Plant (Anacardium occidentale L.)
    Author(s) : Mahendra Kumar Trivedi
    Abstract : In the world scenario, India occupies a premier position contributing to about 43 per cent production of thecashew nut (Anacardium occidentale L.) along with export and processing. The aim is to study the impact of biofield energytreatment on selected farms for cashew farming. The control and biofield treated farms were divided as control and treatedfarms, and Mr. Trivedi provided the biofield energy treatment to the treated farms. Further, the plants and fruits were analyzedfor overall growth of plants, chlorophyll content, productivity, pathological study, and shelf life using UN specifications forInternational Trade, biophoton emission study, and DNA fingerprinting using RAPD method. No chemicals, fertilizers, wereused on the treated plot, although regular practices were followed on control farms such as fertilizers, pesticides and fungicidesdue to the high incidence of disease and the requirement of nutritional supplements in the region. The analysis showed thatbiofield treated farm plants have thicker and stronger branches with more secondary and tertiary branches, flowering pattern,and canopy of plants was improved than trees of the same variety along with height of the plants, as compared with the control.The results showed that chlorophyll a and b content in biofield treated lands plants were increased by approximately 30% and93% respectively, while total chlorophyll content by 45% as compared with the control. The pathological examination showedthe presence of fungi namely Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and Botryodiplodia theobromae in control, which were absent intreated plants. Biophoton study suggested that the cashew fruits were bigger in size with high density, strength, and vitality ascompared with the control. The shelf life analysis reflected that the biofield treated cashews showed sweet taste, and can bestored for longer duration due to less moisture, and altered minerals content, such as high iodine, and low p-anisidine level.RAPD analysis showed a high level of polymorphism among control and treated samples, while level of true polymorphismamong V4 variety of cashew was ranges from 0 to 100%, and in V7 variety, it ranged from 25 to 91% using different set ofRAPD primers. Overall, study results suggest that Mr. Trivedi’s biofield energy treatment on land planted with cashew couldbe an alternative approach to improve the overall growth of plant, and fruit yield.
    Keywords : molecular analysis of cashew plant,cashew RAPD analysis,Trivedi Effect,The Trivedi Effect, Mahendra Kumar Trivedi,Mahendra Trivedi,Biofield Energy Treatment,Chlorophyll a& b

    Subject : agriculture
    Area : Open Access
    Language : English
    Affiliations Las Vegas Naveda
    Trivedi Global Inc.
    Trivedi Science Research Laboratory Pvt. Ltd
    Journal : Journal of Plant Sciences
    Volume : 3
    Issue : 6
    Publisher : Science PG
    Url : http://trivediscience.com/publications/agriculture-publications/effect-of-biofield-energy-treatment-on-chlorophyll-content-pathological-study-and-molecular-analysis-of-cashew-plant-anacardium-occidentale-l/
    Doi : 10.11648/j.jps.20150306.21

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