International Journal of Tea Science

The GENESIS of this Journal may be traced back to October 1996 when the International Conference on Global Advances in Tea Science, held in Delhi identified the gaping chasm in the generation and dissemination of tea information to concerned users. The delegates recommended a refereed research journal, exclusive to tea, published by a registered society. The International Society of Tea Science (ISTS) was launched with the help of National Institute of Science, Technology & Development Studies (NISTADS). It was proposed that in due course of time the ISTS may catalyze other activities viz. help catalogue tea Germplasm and publish books, monographs and directories.

Volume 10, Issue 3&4, December 2014

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Research Articles

Responses of Composite Tea to Progressive Drought
J. K. Bore, W. K. Ng'etich, P. W. Masinde, E. M. Kahangi 1-13
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Effects of Location of Production, Nitrogenous Fertilizer Rates and Plucking Intervals on Tea Clone TRFK 6/8 Tea in East Africa: I. Yields
Solomon W. Msomba, David M. Kamau, Marie A. Uwimana, Christine Muhoza, P. Okinda Owuor 14-24
Total views: 69
Effects of Location of Production, Nitrogenous Fertilizer Rates and Plucking Intervals on Tea Clone TRFK 6/8 Tea in East Africa: II. Mature Leaf Nutrients
Bowa O. Kwach, David M. Kamau, Solomon W. Msomba, Christine Muhoza, Philip O. Owuor 25-40
Total views: 56
Molecular Identification and Immunological Characterization of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria of Camellia sinensis
B. N. Chakraborty, U. Chakraborty, A .P. Chakraborty, P. L. Dey 41-52
Total views: 57
Inheritance of Catechin and Caffeine in Tea [Camellia Sinensis (L.) O. Ktze.]
Nelson M. Lubang'a, Samson M. Kamunya, Oliver Kiplagat, John K. Wanyoko, Richard M. Chalo 53-63
Total views: 62
Natural Occurrence and Virulence of Entomopathogenic Nematodes on Tea Termites in Barak Valley of Assam, India
D. Singha, B. Singha, B. K. Dutta 64-69
Total views: 48
Thermal Inactivation Kinetics of Polyphenol Oxidase in Tea (Camellia sinensis)
Payal Gupta, Kuldeep Mamtani, Sreeramulu Guttapadu, Purna Venkatesh 70-77
Total views: 56
Effects of Novel Vacuum Drying on Orthodox and CTC Tea Processing
Anand Kishore, Himadri S. Konar, A. K. Datta 78-88
Total views: 51

Short Communication

Nanotechnology and Tea (Camellia linn. spp.)
V. Elango, S. Marimuthu 91-95
Total views: 67

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