Publications

 

CRITERION III-3.4.5 AND 3.4.6 (PUBLICATIONS)

Publications: (2016-2022)

Top Ten Publications from the Department

S. No.

Title of the paper

Impact Factor

Link

1.    

Steidinger B. S., Khan M. L.  (181 authors) 2019. Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses, Nature 569 (7756) 16 May: 404-408. 

69.504

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2.    

Liang J. …… Dayanandan S. ………… Khan M. L. …..…… Saikia P. ………. GFBI team. 2022. Evidence of co-limitation in global forest diversity gradients 2021Nature Ecology & Evolution.

19.1

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3.    

Ashwani KumarDubey A. 2020. Rhizosphere Microbiome: Engineering bacterial competitiveness for enhancing crop production. J Advanced Research24:337-352.

12.822

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4.    

Gatti R. C. …. Dayanandan S. … Khan M. L. … Khare P. K. … Amit Kumar, Ashwani Kumar …… Saikia P. …… GFBI team ….  Liang J. 2022. The number of tree species on Earth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS, USA).

 

12.779

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5.    

Zohner C. M. ..………… Khan M. L. (et al.) 2020. Late-spring frost risk between 1959 and 2017 decreased in North America but increased in Europe and Asia; Proceeding of National Academy of Sciences (PNAS, USA), Jun 2;117(22):12192-12200. Epub 2020 May 11. PMID: 32393624; PMCID: PMC7275740.

 

12.779

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6.    

Lal P., Kumar A., Kumar S., Kumari S., Saikia P., Arun Dayanandan A., Adhikari D. and Khan M. L. 2020. The dark cloud with a silver lining: Assessing the impact of the SARS COVID-19 pandemic on the global environment, Science of the Total Environment.

 

10.753

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7.    

Malla MA, Dubey, Raj A, Ashwani Kumar*, Upadhyay N, Yadav S. 2022. Emerging Frontiers in Microbe Mediated Pesticide Remediation: Unveiling role of Omics and In silico Approaches in Engineered Environment. Environmental Pollution. Environmental pollution.

 

9.988

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8.    

Dubey A., Malla M. A., Ashwani Kumar*. Dayanandan S. and Khan M. L. 2020. Plants endophytes: unveiling hidden agenda for bioprospecting toward sustainable agriculture, Critical Reviews in Biotechnology.

9.062

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9.    

Singh G, Tiwari A, Gupta A, Ashwani Kumar, Hariprasad P., Sharma S. 2021. Bioformulation development via valorizing silica-rich spent mushroom substrate with Trichoderma asperellum for plant nutrient and disease management. Journal of Environmental Management, 297:113278. 

 

8.91

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10.  

Raj A, Ashwani Kumar*. 2022. Recent advances in assessment methods and mechanism of microbe-mediated chlorpyrifos remediation. Environmental Research.

 

8.431

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 Prof. Deepak Vyas (Head of the Department, Botany)

 

S.No.

Year

  Title of the Paper                                                                       

  Link

1.               

2022

Singh, C., Abhishek Sharma, Smita Mishra, & Deepak Vyas. (2022). Removal of Pesticides and Reclamation of Soil through Biochar Application as a Soil Amendment. Journal of Agricultural Science & Engineering Innovation (JASEI)2(2), 35-40.

     

2.              

2022

Neelam Chaudhary, Chandan Singh, Priya Pathak & Deepak Vyas (2022): Effects of Different Compost on Vegetative and Yield Performance of Pea, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, DOI: 10.1080/00103624.2022.2071440

     

3.               

2022

Chandan Singh Neelam Chaudhary, Priya Pathak, Apeksha Rathi Poonam Daheriya and Deepak Vyas (2022): Effects of Trichoderma viride and Aspergillus on the growth and Nutritions of Pleurotus ostreatus. Journal of Agricultural Science and Engineering Innovation (JASEI). 2(2): 28-34.

     

4.               

2022

Singh, C., Pathak, P., Chaudhary, N., Vyas, D. (2022). Production of Biochar Using Top-Lit Updraft and Its Application in Horticulture. In: Bandh, S.A. (eds) Sustainable Agriculture. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-83066-3_9

       

5.               

2021

Singh C. and Vyas, D. (2021): The trends in the evaluation of Fusarium wilt of chick pea. In Diagnostics of Plant Diseases. Intech Open.

      

6.               

2021

Singh, C., & Vyas, D. (2021): Biodegradation by Fungi for Humans and Plants Nutrition. In K. F. Mendes, R. o. de Sousa, & K. C. Mielke (Eds.), Biodegradation Technology of Organic and Inorganic Pollutants. IntechOpen. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.9900

                

7.               

2021   

Gupta, V. and Vyas, D. (2021): Antimicrobial effect of a cyclic peptide Nostophysin isolated from waste water cyanobacteria Nostoc calcicola. Current Botany. 12: 94-101

              

8.               

2021

JA Wagay, AM Alanazi, D Vyas, SA Pala, QI Rahman.(2021). Antioxidant and organic acid evaluation of Geastersaccatum mushroom by chemical and electrochemical assay at carbon nanotube paste electrode. Journal of King Saud University-Science 33 (2), 101336.

     

9.               

2021

Chaudhary, N.,Singh, C.,Pathak, P, Rathi, A. and Vyas, D. (2021): Evaluation of the impact of pathogenic fungi on the growth of Pisum sativum L. A review article. International Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 17 (2): 443-446.

        

10.            

2020

Dehariya, Poonam Singh, Chandan Vyas, Deepak (2020): Yield Performance of Pleurotus Species on Chemical Fertilizer Treated and VA-mycorrhizal Inoculated Biomass. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 11 (5):1049-105.

          

11.            

2020

Priya Pathak, Chandan Singh, Neelam Chaudhary and Deepak Vyas (2020): Application of Biochar, Leaf Compost, and Spent Mushroom Compost for Tomato Growth in Alternative to Chemical Fertilizer. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences.11(6): 1362-1366

         

12.            

2020

Chandan Singh, Priya Pathak, Neelam Chaudhary and Deepak Vyas (2020): Mushrooms and Mushroom Composts in Integrated Farm Management. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences.11(6):  1436-1443

      

13.            

2020

Poonam Dehariya and Deepak Vyas (2020): Evaluation of Supplementation of Daucus carota on growth parameter and yield of Pleurotus sajor-caju.International Journal of Agriculture and Food Science Technology. 14, (1): 23-30.

           

14.            

2019

JA Wagay, GA Nayik, SA Wani, RA Mir, MA Ahmad, QI Rahman, D Vyas(2019). Phenolic profiling and antioxidant capacity of Morchella esculenta L. by chemical and electrochemical methods at multiwall carbon nanotube paste electrode. Journal of Food Measurement and Characterization 13;1805-1819.

        

15.            

2016

Deepak Vyas, Imtiyaz Ahmad Seikh, Gyanesh Kumar Tiwari (2016): Role of Mushroom in Maintaining Mental Health with Special Reference to Anti-Convulsant Activity.   The International Journal of Indian Psychology.  4 ( 1) : 73-92 

         

16.            

2016

Vyas, A. K., Putatunda, C., Singh, J., & Vyas, D. (2016). CELLULASE PRODUCTION BY Bacillus subtilis M1 USING PRETREATED GROUNDNUT SHELL BASED LIQUID STATE FERMENTATION. BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology23(1), 28–34.

       

 Prof. M.L. Khan 

 

 

Sl. No.

Year

Title of the paper

Link

1.     

2022

Hordijk I., …….. Dayanandan S., ….. Khan M. L., …… Purabi S., ……. GFBI team ……. Crowther T. W.  2022. Evenness mediates the global relationship between forest productivity and richness. Journal of Ecology (accepted). Impact Factor: 6.381

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2.     

Liang J. …… Dayanandan S. ………… Khan M. L. …..…… Saikia P. ………. GFBI team. 2022. Evidence of co-limitation in global forest diversity gradients 2021. Nature Ecology & Evolution; Impact Factor: 19.1

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3.     

Gajbhiye T., Pandey S. K., Malik T. G., Ki-Hyun Kim, Khan M. L.  2022. Micro-morphological analysis of foliar uptake and retention of airborne particulate matter (PM)-bound toxic metals: implications for their phytoremediation. Chemistry and Ecology; Impact Factor: 2.381

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4.     

Dar J. A., Kothandaraman S., Khare P.K. and Khan M. L. 2022. Sacred groves of Central India: diversity status, carbon storage and conservation strategies. Biotropica (accepted). Impact Factor: 2.858

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5.     

Ray T., Malasiya D., Verma S., Kumar T., Khan M. L. 2022. Impact of forest fire frequency on tree biomass and carbon stocks in the tropical dry deciduous forest of Panna Tiger Reserve, Central India. Tropical Ecology, Impact Factor: 1.80

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6.     

Pati P. Kausik P., Khan M. L. and Khare P. K. 2022. Effect of wood specific gravity variation on biomass and carbon stock of trees in tropical dry deciduous forest of central India. Tropical Ecology (accepted). Impact Factor: 1.80

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7.     

Anand A., Srivastava P., Pandey P., Khan M. L., and Behera M. 2022. Assessing the niche of Rhododendron arboreum using entropy and machine learning algorithms: role of atmospheric, ecological, and hydrological variables. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing. Impact Factor: 1.568

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8.     

Gatti R. C. …. Dayanandan S. … Khan M. L. ………. Khare P. K. ………….   Amit Kumar, Ashwani Kumar …… Saikia P. …… GFBI team ….  Liang J. 2022. The number of tree species on Earth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS, USA). Impact Factor: 12.779

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9.     

Kumar A., Kumar G., Saikia P., Khare P. K., Khan M. L. 2022. Spatial pattern of tree diversity and impacts of ecological disturbances on forest structure in tropical deciduous forests of Central India. Biotropica, Impact Factor: 2.858

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10.  

 

Lone P. A., Dar J. A., Kothandaraman S. and Khan M. L. 2022. An invasive shrub Lantana camara L. alters the flora and soils in tropical dry deciduous forests of Central India. Biotropica, 2022;00:1–16, Impact Factor: 2.858

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11.  

2022

Pati P. K., Kaushik P., Khan M. L., Khare P. K. 2022. Allometric equations for biomass and carbon stock estimation of small diameter woody species from tropical dry deciduous forests: Support to REDD+. Trees, Forests and People. 9 (2022) 100289.

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12.  

 

Kaushik P., Pati P. K., Khan M. L., Khare P. K. 2022. Plant functional traits best explain invasive species’ performance within a dynamic ecosystem-A review.. Trees, Forests and People; 8 (2022) 100260.

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13.  

 

Garai S., Khatun M., Singh R., Sharma J., Pradhan M., Ranjan A., Rahaman S. M., Khan M. L. and Tiwari S. 2022. Assessing correlation between Rainfall, normalized difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and land surface temperature (LST) in Eastern India. Safety in Extreme Environments.

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14.  

 

Deka J., Shahnawaz S. A. and Khan M. L. 2022. Local Scale Assessment of Forest-Cover in the Tropics–An Implication to Habitat Conservation. International Journal of Ecology and Environment SciencesSpecial issue on ‘Forest dynamics under anthropogenic disturbances and global climate change’ 48: 199-206, ISSN: 2320-5199 (Online)

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15.  

 

Malasiya D., Ray T., Verma S., Rajpoot R., Maurya D., Kumar T., Khare P. K., and Khan M. L. 2022. Effect of Forest Fire on Tree Species Diversity in the Tropical Dry Deciduous Forest of Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh, Central India. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences; Special issue on ‘Forest dynamics under anthropogenic disturbances and global climate change’ 48: 381-388, ISSN: 2320-5199 (Online).

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16.  

 

Pati P. K., Kaushik P., Khan M. L., Khare P. K. 2022. Wood specific gravity in Indian forests: A review.. International Journal of Ecology and Environment Sciences; Special issue on ‘Forest dynamics under anthropogenic disturbances and global climate change’ 48: 143-164, ISSN: 2320-5199 (Online).

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17.  

 

Kaushik P., Pati P. K., Chadhar B. L., Khan M. L., Khare P. K. 2022. Functional dispersion and variation in above-ground traits in tropical dry deciduous forests of Central India.. International Journal of Ecology and Environment Sciences; Special issue on ‘Forest dynamics under anthropogenic disturbances and global climate change’ 48: 251-264, ISSN: 2320-5199 (Online);

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18.  

 

Bhatt A., Rana D. and Khan M. L. 2022. Forest Fire in the Western Himalayan region of India: A review. International Journal of Ecology and Environment Sciences; Special issue on ‘Forest dynamics under anthropogenic disturbances and global climate change’ 48: 137-142, ISSN: 2320-5199 (Online);

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19.  

 

Kishore B.S.P.C., Kumar A., Saikia P., Pandey A. C., Khan M.L. 2022. Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for Mapping Foliar Pigment Concentration in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, India. International Journal of Ecology and Environment Sciences; Special issue on ‘Forest dynamics under anthropogenic disturbances and global climate change’ 48: 317-331, ISSN: 2320-5199 (Online);

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20.  

 

Raha D., Dar J. A., Subashree K., Khan M. L. 2022. Variation in soil organic carbon stocks in three tropical dry deciduous forests of Madhya Pradesh, India. Proceedings of the International Academy of Ecology and Environmental Sciences. ISSN 2220-8860;

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21.  

 

Pati P. K., Kaushik P., Khan M. L., Khare P. K. 2022. Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services of Trees Outside Forests: A Case Study from Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, Central India. Indian Journal of Ecology, 49(2): 607-614.

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22.  

2021


Lal P., Kumar A., Prasad A., Kumar S., Saikia P., Dayanandan A., Parth Sarathi Roy P. S., and Khan M. L. 2021. COVID-19 pandemic hazard–risk–vulnerability analysis: a framework for an effective Pan-India response. Geocarto International, Impact Factor: 3.45

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23.  

Anand A., Pandey M. K., Srivastava P.K., Gupta A. and Khan M. L. 2021. Integrating multi-sensors data for species distribution mapping using deep learning and envelope models. Remote Sens. 13, 3284. Impact Factor: 5.349

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24.  

Lal P., Kumar A., Saikia P., Das A., Patnaik C., Kumar G., Srivastava P., Pandey A. C., Dwivedi C. S. and Khan M. L. 2021. Effect of vegetation structure on above ground biomass in tropical deciduous forests of Central India. Geocarto International, Impact Factor: 3.45

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25.  

Dubey A., Saiyam, D. Kumar A., Hashem A., AbdAllah E.F. and Khan M. L. 2021. Bacterial root endophytes: Characterization of their competence and plant growth promotion in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) under drought stress. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 18, 931.ISSN 16617827. Impact Factor: 4.614

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26.  

 

Purswani E., Verma S., Jayakumar S., Khan M. L., and Pathak B. 2021. Examining and predicting land use change dynamics in Gandhinagar district, Gujarat, India. Journal of Urban Management,

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27.  

 

Dubey A., Kumar A., Khan M. L. and Payasi D. K. 2021. Plant Growth-promoting and Bio-control Activity of Micrococcus luteus Strain AKAD 3-5 Isolated from the Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) Rhizosphere, The Open Microbiology Journal 2021, 15, (Suppl-1, M5) 188-197.

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28.  

 

Kaushik P., Pati P. K., Khan M. L., Khare P. K. 2021. A quick and simple method for estimating leaf area by leaf weight. International Journal of Botany Studies, Volume 6, Issue 6, 2021, Page No. 1286-1288. ISSN: 2455-541X.

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29.  

 

Kumar V., Khare P.K. and Khan M. L. 2021. Growth performance and invasive attributes of Cassia uniflora Mill., a recently introduced plant in central India.. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 47(2): 145-151, 2021, ISSN: 2320-5199 (Online) © National Institute of Ecology, New Delhi.

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30.  

 

Purswani E., Verma S., Jayakumar S., Khan M. L., and Pathak B. 2021. Examining and predicting land use change dynamics in Gandhinagar district, Gujarat, India. Journal of Urban Management,

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31.  

2020

Dubey A., Malla M. A., Kumar A. Dayanandan S. and Khan M. L. 2020. Plants endophytes: unveiling hidden agenda for bioprospecting toward sustainable agriculture, Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, Impact Factor: 9.062

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32.  

Subashree K., Dar J., Sundarapandian S., Dayanandan S., Khan M. L. 2020. Ecosystem-level carbon storage and its links to diversity, structural and environmental drivers in tropical forests of Western Ghats, India; Scientific Reports, 10:13444 ISSN  20452322.  Impact Factor: 4.996

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33.  

Lal P., Kumar A., Bharti S, Saikia P., Adhikari D. and Khan M. L. 2020. Lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic: an opportunity to create a less polluted environment in India, Aerosol and Air Quality Research (Special Issue on COVID-19 Aerosol Drivers, Impacts and Mitigation (XI)); Volume 21 | Issue 3 | 200229, Impact Factor: 4.53

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34.  

Kumar A, Kumar A, Adhikari D, Gudasalamani R, Saikia P, and Khan M. L. 2020. Ecological niche modeling for assessing potential distribution of Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb. In Ranchi, eastern India. Ecological Research. 2020;35: 1095–1105. Impact Factor: 2.056

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35.  

Ray T., Malasiya D., Rajpoot R., Verma S., Dar J. A., Dayanadan A., Raha D., Lone P., Pandey P., Khare P. and Khan M. L. 2020. Impact of Forest fire frequency on tree diversity and species regeneration in tropical dry deciduous Forest of Panna Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India, Journal of Sustainable Forestry; Impact Factor: 1.425

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36.  

Zohner C. M. ..………… Khan M. L. (et al.) 2020. Late-spring frost risk between 1959 and 2017 decreased in North America but increased in Europe and Asia; Proceeding of National Academy of Sciences (PNAS, USA), Jun 2;117(22):12192-12200. Epub 2020 May 11. PMID: 32393624; PMCID: PMC7275740. Impact Factor: 12.779

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37.  

Lal P., Kumar A., Kumar S., Kumari S., Saikia P., Arun Dayanandan A., Adhikari D. and Khan M. L. 2020. The dark cloud with a silver lining: Assessing the impact of the SARS COVID-19 pandemic on the global environment, Science of the Total Environment. Impact Factor: 10.753

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38.  

Rajpoot R., Adhikari D., Verma S., Saikia P., Kumar A., Grant K. R., Dayanandan A., Kumar A., Khare P. K. and Khan M. L. 2020. Climate models predict a divergent future for the medicinal tree Boswellia serrata Roxb. in India. Global Ecology and Conservation, 23 e01040. Impact Factor: 3.969

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39.  

Lal P., Prakash A., Kumar A., Srivastava P. K., Saikia P., Pandey A.C., Srivastava P. & Khan M. L. 2020. Evaluating the 2018 extreme flood hazard events in Kerala, India, Remote Sens. Lett., 11, 436–445, Remote Sensing Letters, 11:5, 436-445, ISSN: 2150-704X (Print) 2150-7058. Impact Factor: 2.369

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40.  

Raha D., Dar J. A., Pandey P. K., Lone P. A., Verma S., Khare P. K. & Khan M. L. 2020. Variation in tree biomass and carbon stocks in three tropical dry deciduous forest types of Madhya Pradesh, India, Carbon Management, ISSN: 1758-3004 (Print) 1758-3012 (Online).  Impact Factor: 3.52

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41.  

 

Kishore B.S.P.C. Kumar A., Lele N. V., Saikia P., Parul Srivastava P., Pandey A.C., Bhattacharya B. K., and Khan M. L. 2020.  Major forests and plant species discrimination in Mudumalai forest region using airborne hyperspectral sensing.   Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity 13 (4): 637-651. 

 

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42.  

 

Shrivastava K., Pramanik B., Singh S. S. and Khan M. L. 2020. Enhanced arsenic removal from aqueous medium by arsenic tolerant groundwater fungi. Journal of Environmental Biology, 41: 186-194.

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43.  

 

Shrivastava K, Pramanik B, Devi YP, Sorokhaibam, Singh SK and Khan ML. 2020. Identification and characterization of arsenic tolerant filamentous fungi from groundwater. J Mycol Pl Pathol 50 (3): 263-275. 

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44.  

2019

Dar J. A., Subashree K., Raha D., Kumar A., Khare P. K. & Khan M. L. 2019. Tree diversity, biomass and carbon storage in sacred groves of Central India, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 26:37212–37227. Impact Factor: 5.19

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45.  

Behera M. D., Reddy C. S. & Khan M. L. 2019. Advances in terrestrial and ocean dynamics studies in India. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 191 (Suppl 3): 811. Impact Factor: 3.307

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46.  

Steidinger B. S., Khan M. L.  (181 authors) 2019. Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses, Nature 569 (7756) 16 May: 404-408. Impact Factor: 69.504

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47.  

Deka J., Tripathi O. P., Khan M. L. and Srivastava V. K. 2019. Study on land-use and land-cover change dynamics in Eastern Arunachal Pradesh, NE India using remote sensing and GIS, Tropical Ecology, 60:199–208. Impact Factor: 1.333

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48.  

Deka J., Kalita S. and Khan M. L. 2019. Vegetation phenological characterization of alluvial plain Shorea robusta-dominated tropical moist deciduous forest of northeast India using MODIS NDVI time series data. Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing. Impact Factor: 1.894

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49.  

Dubey A., Malla M. A., Khan F., Chowdhary K., Yadav S., Kumar A., Sharma S., Khare P. K., and Khan M. L. 2019. Soil microbiome: a key player for conservation of soil health under changing climate. Biodiversity & Conservation, Volume 28, Issue 8–9, pp 2405–2429. Impact Factor: 4.296

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50.  

Saikia P., Deka J. S. Bharali S., Kumar A., Tripathi O. P., Singha L. B., Chandra S. P. Bodi K. and Khan M. L. 2019. Tree diversity assessment and above ground forests biomass estimation using SAR remote sensing: A case study of higher altitude vegetation of North-East Himalayas, India, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth,111: 53–64. Impact Factor: 3.311

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51.  

 

Dubey A., Kumar A., Allah E. F. A., Hashem A. and Khan M. L. 2019. Growing more with less: breeding and developing drought resilient soybean to improve food security. Ecological Indicators, (online published), 105:425-437. Impact Factor: 6.263

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52.  

 

Verma S., Dar J. A., Malasiya D., Khare P. K., Dayanandan S. and Khan M. L. 2019. A MODIS-based spatiotemporal assessment of agricultural residue burning in Madhya Pradesh, India. Ecological Indicators, (online published), 105:496-504. Impact Factor: 6.263

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53.  

 

Ray Tapas, Verma S., Malasiya D., Dar J. A., Dayanandan A., Khare P. K. and Khan M. L. 2019. Estimation of greenhouse gas emissions from vegetation fires in Central India. Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability 2019, 7(1):32-38,

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54.  

 

Khan M. L. and Tripathi R. S. 2019. Rudraksh: Prospect for Population Expansion by Conservation through Cultivation Approach. EnviroNews, April, 2019, pp 5-6.

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55.  

 

Lone P. A., Dar J. A., Subashree K., Raha D., Pandey P. K., Ray T., Khare P. K. and Khan M. L. 2019. Impact of plant invasion on physical, chemical and biological aspects of ecosystems: A review, Tropical Plant Research 6(3): 528–544] ISSN (Online): 2349-1183; ISSN (Print): 2349-9265.

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56.  

 

Paul A., Dutta P. K., Khan M. L., Das A. K. 2019. Rhododendrons: A major resource of fuelwood in high altitude region of Arunachal Himalaya, India. Biodiversitas 20: 2628-2635.

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57.  

2018

Singh J. K., Sharma R. K., Ghosh P., Kumar A. and Khan M. L. 2018. Imidazolium based ionic liquids: a promising green solvent for water hyacinth biomass deconstruction. Frontiers in Chemistry. Impact Factor: 5.545

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58.  

Shooner S., T. Jonathan Davies T. J., Saikia P., Deka J., Bharali S., Tripathi O. P., Singha L. B., Khan M. L. and Dayanandan S. 2018. Phylogenetic diversity patterns in Himalayan forests reveal evidence for environmental filtering of distinct lineages. Ecosphere, 9(5):e02157. Impact Factor: 3.593

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59.  

Behera M. D., Tripathi P., Das P., Srivastava S. K., Roy P. S., Joshi C., Behera P. R., Deka J., Kumar P., Khan M. L., Tripathi O. P., Dash T. & Krishnamurthy Y. V. N. 2018. Remote sensing based deforestation analysis in Mahanadi and Brahmaputra river basin in India since 1985, Journal of Environmental Management, 206 1192e1203. Impact Factor: 8.91

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60.  

Bawri A, Gajurel P. & Khan M. L. 2018. Lectotypification of five names in Primula (Primulaceae), Kew Bulletin, 73:29. Impact Factor: 0.813

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61.  

Salunkhe O., Khare P. K., Kumari R., Khan M. L. 2018. A systematic review on the aboveground biomass and carbon stocks of Indian forest ecosystems. Ecol Process. 2018; 7: 17 Ecological Processes, 7:17. Impact Factor: 4.394

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62.  

 

Paul A., Khan M. L. and Das A. K. 2018. Phenological characteristics of Rhododendron species in temperate mixed broad-leaved forests of Arunachal Himalaya, India. Journal of Forest and Environmental Science, Vol. 34, No. 6, pp. 435-450.

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63.  

 

Ranibala G., Singh S. S., Singh W. R. and Khan M. L. 2018. Molecular identification and phylogeny of Musa species from North-Eastern India by internal transcribed spacer 2 of nuclear DNA. Bionature, 38(4): 266-276.

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64.  

 

Paul A., Khan M. L. and Das A. K. 2018. Population structure and regeneration status of rhododendrons in temperate mixed broad-leaved forests of western Arunachal Pradesh, India. Geology, Ecology, and Landscapes,

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65.  

 

Ranibala G., Singh S. S. and Khan M. L. 2018. Species diversity and distribution of Musa species (Musaceae) in Arunachal Pradesh, North Eastern India. BeYeS eeS; Annals of Plant Sciences, 7.6 pp. 2342-2346.

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66.  

 

Dar J. A., Subashree K., Bhat N. A., Rather M. Y., Sundarapandian S. M. Khare P. K. and Khan M. L. 2018. Climate Change Combat–A Conspectus. International Journal of Environmental Sciences & Natural Resources 13(2): 555857.

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67.  

 

Bawri A, Gajurel P. and Khan M. L. 2018. An Amplified Description and Conservation Status of a Little Known Endemic: Primula jigmediana WW SM.(Family: Primulaceae), Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society (JBNHS), 115: 1-18.

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68.  

2017

Saikia P., Deka J. S. Bharali S., Kumar A., Tripathi O. P., Singha L. B., Khan M. L. & Dayanandan S. D. 2017. Plant diversity patterns and conservation status of eastern Himalayan forests in Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India, Forest Ecosystems, 4:28. Impact Factor: 4.274

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69.  

Dar J. A., Rather M.  Y., Subashree K.  S., Sundarapandian S. & Khan M. L. 2017. Distribution patterns of tree, understorey, and detritus biomass in coniferous and broad-leaved forests of Western Himalaya, India, Journal of Sustainable Forestry. Impact Factor: 1.425

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70.  

Das A. K., Singha L. B. and Khan M. L. 2017. Community structure and species diversity of Pinus merkusii Jungh. & de Vriese forest along an altitudinal gradient in Eastern Himalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, India.. Tropical Ecology, 58(2): 397–408. ISSN 0564-3295. Impact Factor: 1.333

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71.  

 

Pramanik B., Shrivastava K., Singh S. S. and Khan M. L. 2017. Microorganisms in arsenic bioremediation with special reference to filamentous fungi: A review. Journal of Bioresources (2): 1-12.

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72.  

 

Dilip S., Sadananda Ch., Singha L. B. & Khan M. L. 2017. Changes in N, P and K content in the culms of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Nees and Melocanna baccifera (Roxb.) Kurz during different phases of life cycle, Journal of Bamboo & Rattan, 16 (1):15-22.

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73.  

2016

Barbhuiya, A., Khan M. L. and Dayanandan S. 2016. Genetic structure and diversity of natural and domesticated populations of Citrus medica L. in the Eastern Himalayan region of Northeast India. Ecology and Evolution. Impact Factor: 3.167

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74.  

Bawri A., Gajurel P. R. and Khan M. L. 2016. Primula calderiana subsp. bawaii (Primulaceae): a new subspecies from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Phytotaxa. Impact Factor: 1.05

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75.  

 

Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2016. Tree species diversity and its population and regeneration status in homegardens of Upper Assam, Northeast India. Journal of Forest and Environmental Science 32(2): 129-139, ISSN: 2288-9744 (Print), 2288-9752 (Online). 

 

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Dr. Poonam Dehariya

 

S.No

Year

Title of the Paper

Link

1.               

2022

Meena Singh and Poonam Dehariya (2022): Influence of Butea monosperma Floral Powder  on Growth Parameter of Pleurotus florida (Mont.) Singer Cultivation. International Journal of Food and Nutrional Sciences. 11 (3): 46-51 UGC CARE List Journal

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2.               

2022

Meena Singh and Poonam Dehariya (2022):  Evaluation of Maize and Soybean Powder on the Growth Parameter, Yield and Biological Efficiency of Pleurotus florida. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 13 (3): 601-603. UGC CARE List Journal

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3.               

2021

Singh, M., Kushwaha, A. and Dehariya, P. (2021): Review on Commercially Grown Pleurotus species: Cultivation and Nutritional Values. Res. Jr. of Agril. Sci.12:1789-1799. UGC CARE List Journal

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4.               

2021

Dehariya, P. and Vyas, D. (2021): Evaluation of Supplementation of Embelica officinalis on Growth Parameter, Yield and Biological Efficiency of Pleurotus sajor-caju. Res. Jr. of Agril. Sci. (July-Aug 2021) 12(4): 1338–1342.

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5.               

2020

Dehariya, P. (2020): Antioxident potential of Pleurotus sajor caju growing on different Agro wastes. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research. 11(2): 37547-37549.

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6.               

2020

Dehariya, P. and Vyas, D. (2020): Evaluation of Supplementation of Daucus carota on growth parameter and yield of Pleurotus sajor-caju. International Journal of Agriculture and Food Science Technology. 14(1): 23-30.

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7.               

2020

Dehariya, P. and Vyas, D. (2020): Evaluation of Different Substrate Combinations on the Yield of Pleurotus sajor caju. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences.11(2): 434-437.

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8.               

2020

Dehariya, P. (2020): Improvement in Socio-Economic status by Mushroom Cultivation in Covid-19 Era. International Journal of Social Science & Management Studies - I.J.S.S.M.S. 6 (5): 141-145.

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9.               

2020

Dehariya, P. Singh, C. and Vyas, D. (2020):Yield Performance of Pleurotus Species on Chemical Fertilizer Treated and VA-mycorrhizal Inoculated Biomass. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 11 (5): 1049-1053.

 

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10.            

2020

Singh, C., Pathak, P. Chaudhary, N., Rathi, A., Dehariya, P. and Vyas, D. (2020): Mushrooms and Mushroom Composts in Integrated Farm Management. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences.11 (6): 1436-1443.

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Dr. Amit Jugnu Biswas

 

S.No

Year

Title of the Paper

Link

1.            

2021

Tinku Kumar,Bishwas, AJ and Khare PK (2021).Solanum diphyllum Solanaceae- Anew record for Madhya Pradesh, India, International Journal of Botany Studies. 6(5): 757-758

 

2.            

2021

Tinku Kumar,Bishwas, AJ and Khare PK (2021).Solanum diphyllum Solanaceae- Anew record for Madhya Pradesh, India, International Journal of Botany Studies. 6(5): 757-758

 

3.            

2021

Tinku Kumar Bishwas AJ, PK Khare (2021). Invasive Alien Flora of Tropical Dry Deciduous Forest of Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary Central India. Indian Journal of Ecology48(1):219-225

 

4.            

2021

Adhikari, Devanand Maurya, Kumar T and Bishwas AJ (2021) Review on Ethno-medicinal Plants Used for Healing Skin Ailments in Madhya Pradesh, India, Indian Journal of Ecology (2021) 48(3): 709-715.

 

5.            

2016

Daulat Ram Gwalwanshi and J. Bishwas. Some Unique traditional Knowledge (Ethno Medicine) of Ethnic Healers of Balaghat District, Madhya Pradesh., Maddhya Bharti Journal of Science, 2016; 60 (1): 01-05.

 

6.            

2016

Daulat Ram Gwalwanshi and J. Bishwas. Ethnobotanical Study of Some Wild Medicinal Plants in Balaghat district Madhya Pradesh, India. Journal of the Botanical Society, University of Saugor, 2016;47:37-50. ISSN 2229-7170

 

7.            

2016

Amit Jugnu Bishwas, Daulat Ram Gwalwanshi and Pradeep Tiwari. An important ethno-botanical plant, Curcuma angustifolia Roxb., Its propagation and cultivation technique. Journal of the Botanical Society, University of Saugor, 2017; 48: 270-273. ISSN 2229-7170

 

 

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

 

S.No

Year

Title of the Paper

Link

1.              

2022

Raj A, Kumar A * 2022. Recent advances in assessment methods and mechanism of microbe-mediated chlorpyrifos remediation. Environmental Research. IF: 8.431. 

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2.               

Malla MA, Dubey, Kumar A*, Yadav S. 2022. Metagenomic analysis displays the potential predictive biodegradation pathways of the persistent pesticides in agricultural soil with a long record of pesticide usage. Microbiological Research. IF: 5.07.

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3.               

Malla MA, Dubey A, Kumar A*, DR Vennapu, N Upadhyay, D Pradhan, Yadav S. 2022. Process Optimization of Cypermethrin Biodegradation by Regression Analysis and Parametric Modeling along with Biochemical Degradation Pathway. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. IF: 5.19.

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4.               

Dubey A, Malla MA, Kumar A*. 2022. Taxonomical and functional bacterial community profiling in Disease-Resistant and Disease- Susceptible Soybean cultivars. Brazilian J. Microbiology. IF: 2.214

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5.               

Gatii RC. et al. 2022. The number of tree species on Earth. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 119 (6) e21153 29119.  IF: 12.779.

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6.               

Malla MA, Dubey, Raj A, Kumar A*, Upadhyay N, Yadav S. 2022. Emerging Frontiers in Microbe Mediated Pesticide Remediation: Unveiling role of Omics and In silico Approaches in Engineered Environment. Environmental Pollution.  Environmental pollution IF: 9.988

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7.               

2021

Raj A, Kumar A *, Dames JF. 2021. Tapping the role of microbial biosurfactants in pesticide remediation: an eco-friendly approach for environment sustainability. Frontiers in MicrobiologyIF: 6.064

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8.               

Kumar A*. 2021. Unlocking the Microbiome: Harnessing its Potential for Healthy Environment.  Open Microbiology Journal.

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9.               

Singh G, Tiwari A, Gupta A, Kumar A, Hariprasad P., Sharma S. 2021. Bioformulation development via valorizing silica-rich spent mushroom substrate with Trichoderma asperellum for plant nutrient and disease management. Journal of Environmental Management, 297:113278. IF: 8.91

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10.            

Dubey A, Saiyam D, Kumar A*, Hashem A, Abd_Allah EF, Khan ML. 2021. Bacterial Root Endophytes: Characterization of their competence and plant growth promotion in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] under drought stress. Int J Environ Res & Public Health, 18(3), 931. IF: 4.614

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11.            

Singh, J., Chaurasia, B., Dubey, A, Noguera, A, Gupta, A, Kothari, R, Upadhyaya, C, Kumar A *. 2021. Biological Characterization and Instrumental Analytical Comparison of Two Biorefining Pretreatments for Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) Biomass Hydrolysis. Sustainability 13(1), 245. IF: 3.889.

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12.            

Upadhyaya DC, Bagri DS, Upadhyaya CP, Kumar A, Thiruvengadam M, Jain SK. 2021. Genetic engineering of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) for enhanced α-tocopherols and abiotic stress tolerance. Physiologia   Plantarum, 173:116-128.   IF: 5.081

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13.            

Dubey A, Kumar A*, Malla MA, Chowdhary K, Singh G, Ravikanth G, Harish, Sharma S, Saati-Santamaria Z, Menéndez E, Dames JF*. 2021. Approaches for the amelioration of Adverse Effects of Drought Stress on Crop Plants. Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark, 26(10):928-947. IF: 3.119.

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14.            

Seth K, Kumar A, Rastogi RP, Meena M, Vinayak V, Harish. 2021. Bioprospecting of fucoxanthin from Diatoms Challenges and perspectives. Algal Research, 60, 102475. IF: 5.276.

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15.            

Gupta AK, Seth K, Maheshwari K, Baroliya PK, Meena M, Kumar A*, Vinayak V , Harish*. 2021. Biosynthesis and extraction of high-value carotenoid from algae. Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark, 6, 171-190. IF: 3.119.

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16.            

Kumar A *, Dubey A, Malla A, Dames J. 2021. Pyrosequencing and phenotypic microarray to decipher bacterial community variation in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench rhizosphere. Current Research in Microbial Sciences. 100025.

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17.            

Dubey A, Kumar A*, Pyasi D, Khan ML. 2021. Plant growth promoting and bio-control activity of Micrococcus luteus strain AKAD 3-5 isolated from the Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) rhizosphere. Open Microbiology Journal. Scopus

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18.            

2020

Dubey A., Malla M. A., Kumar A. Dayanandan S. and Khan M. L. 2020. Plants endophytes: unveiling hidden agenda for bioprospecting toward sustainable agriculture, Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, IF - 9.062.

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19.            

A Kumar A*., Malla MA, A Dubey. 2020. With Corona outbreak: Nature started hitting the reset button globally. Front. Public Health. IF - 6.461.

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20.            

Kumar A*, Dubey A. 2020. Rhizosphere Microbiome: Engineering bacterial competitiveness for enhancing crop production. J Advanced Research, 24:337-352.  IF - 12.822

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21.            

Rathore H., Sharma A., Prasad S., Kumar A., Sharma S., Singh A. 2020. Yield, Nutritional Composition and Antioxidant Properties of Calocybe indica Cultivated on Wheat Straw Basal Substrate Supplemented with Nitrogenous Tree Leaves. Waste and Biomass Valorization, 1-9.  IF: 3.703

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22.            

Rajpoot R., Adhikari D., Verma S., Saikia P., Kumar A., Grant K. R., Dayanandan A., Kumar A., Khare P. K. and Khan M. L. 2020. Climate models predict a divergent future for the medicinal tree Boswellia serrata Roxb. in India; Global Ecology and Conservation 23 e01040,  IF - 3.969

 

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23.            

Patil A, Dubey A, Malla MA, Abd_Allah EF, Kumar A*. 2020. Complete genome sequence of Lactobacillus plantarum strain JDARSH isolated from sheep milk. Microbiology Resource Announcements; 9 (2): e01199-19. doi/10.1128/MRA.01199-19. Scopus indexed

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24.            

2019

Dar J. A., Subashree K., Raha D., Kumar A., Khare P. K. & Khan M. L. 2019. Tree diversity, biomass and carbon storage in sacred groves of Central India, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26:37212–37227, IF- 5.19.

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25.            

 

Kothari R, Ahmad S, Pathak V, Pandey A, Kumar A., Shankarayan R, Black PN,  Tyagi VV. 2019. Algal based biofuel generation through flue gas and wastewater utilization: A sustainable prospective approach. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, 1-24. IF: 4.05

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26.            

Naidu SBN, Dubey A,  Malla MA, Kothari R, Upadhyaya CP, Kumar A*. 2019. Integrating microbiome network: Establishing linkages between plants, microbes and human health.  Open Microbiology Journal, 13 (1). Scopus indexed

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27.            

Kumar A*., Vyas P., Malla MA., Dubey A. 2019. Taxonomic and Functional annotation of termite degraded Butea monosperma (Flame of Forest).  Open Microbiology Journal. 13: 154-163. Scopus indexed

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28.            

Hashem A., Kumar A., Al-Dbass AM., Alqarawi AA., Al-Al-Arjani BF., Singh G., Farooq M., Abd_Allah EF. 2019. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and biochar improves drought tolerance in chickpea.  Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, 26, 3: 614-624. IF: 4.052

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29.            

Dubey A., Malla M. A., Khan F., Chowdhary K., Yadav S., Kumar A*., Sharma S., Khare P. K., and Khan M. L. 2019. Soil microbiome: A key player for conservation of soil health under changing climate. Biodiversity & Conservation, Volume 28, Issue 8–9, pp 2405–2429; IF-4.296

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30.            

Dubey A., Kumar A*., Allah E. F. A., Hashem A. and Khan M. L. 2019. Growing more with less: Breeding and developing drought resilient soybean to improve food security. Ecological Indicators, (online published), 105:425-437. IF-6.263

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31.            

2018

Singh J. K., Sharma R. K., Ghosh P., Kumar A*., and Khan M. L. 2018. Imidazolium Based Ionic Liquids: A Promising Green Solvent for Water Hyacinth Biomass Deconstruction. Frontiers in Chemistry, IF- 5.545

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32.            

Malla MA,   Dubey A,   Kumar A*., Yadav S,   Hashem A and   Elsayed F. Abd Allah. 2018.  Exploring the human microbiome: The potential future role of next-generation sequencing in disease diagnosis and treatment.  Frontiers Immuno. 9. IF: 8.786

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33.            

Malla MA, Dubey A, Yadav S, Kumar A*., Hashem, Abd_Allah EF. 2018. Understanding and designing the strategies for the microbe-mediated remediation of environmental contaminants using omics approaches.  Front. Microbiol. 9. IF: 5.640

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34.            

Chowdhary K*., Kumar A., Jangir M, Pathak R., Sharma S. 2018.  Ocimum sp.: Source of biorational pesticides.  Industrial Crops & Products, 122, 686-701. IF: 6.44

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35.            

Bagri DS, Upadhyaya DC, Ashwani Kumar, Upadhyaya CP. 2018. Overexpression of PDX-II gene in potato (Solanum tuberosum L) leads to the enhanced accumulation of vitamin B6 in tuber tissues and tolerance to abiotic stresses. Plant Science, 272, 267-275. IF: 4.729

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36.            

Ahmad S., Pathak VV., Kothari R*., Kumar A., Krishna SBN.  2018. Optimization of Nutrient Stress using C. pyrenoidosa for Lipid and Biodiesel Production in Integration with Remediation in Dairy Industry Wastewater using Response Surface Methodology. 3 Biotech, 8, 326.  IF: 2.893

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37.            

Ahmad P, Alyemeni M.N, Mohammad Ahanger A,Wijaya L, Alam P, Kumar A & Ashraf M. 2018. Upregulation of antioxidant and glyoxalase systems mitigates NaCl stress in Brassica juncea by supplementation of zinc and calcium. J Plant Int. 13, (1), 151-162. IF: 4.029.

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38.            

Hashem A, Abdulazi A. Alqarawi, Kumar A, Elsayed Fathi Abd_Allah* Wirth S, Egamberdieva D. 2018. Allelopathic effects of the aqueous extract of Rhazya stricta on growth and metabolism of Salsola villosa. Plant Biosystems 152, 2018 – Issue 6, 1263-1273. IF: 1.781.

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39.            

Singh JK, Vyas P, Dubey A, Upadhyaya CP, Kothari R, V.V. Tyagi, Kumar A *. 2018. Assessment of different pretreatment technologies for efficient bioconversion of lignocellulose to ethanol. Frontiers in Bioscience- Scholar 10:350-371. Scopus index

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40.            

Tiwari G, Sharma A, Kumar A*, Sharma S. 2018. Assessment of microwave assisted alkali pretreatment for the production of sugars from banana fruit peel waste. Biofuel, 10, IF : 2.731.

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41.            

Arora K, Sharma S, Krishna SB, Adam JK, Kumar A *. 2018. Non edible oil cakes as a novel substrate for DPA production and augmenting biocontrol activity of Paecilomyces variotii. Front. Microbiol. IF: 6.064.

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42.            

Raghunandan K, Kumar A*, Kumar S, Permaul K, Singh S. Production of gellan gum  an exopolysaccharide from biodiesel derived waste glycerol by Sphingomonas spp. 3 Biotech 8(1):71. IF: 2.893.

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43.            

Vyas P, Kumar A*, Singh S. 2018. Biomass breakdown: A review on pretreatment, instrumentations and methods. Frontiers Bioscience-Elite, 10, 155-174. Scopus index

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44.            

2017

Hashem A, Abd_Allah EF, Abdulaziz A. Alqarawi, Radhakrishnan R, A Kumar. 2017. Plant defense approach of Bacillus subtilis (BERA 71) against Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid in mung bean. J Plant Int. 12(1), 390-401 IF: 4.029.

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45.            

Kothari R, Pandey A, Shamshad A, Kumar A, V.V.Tyagi. 2017. Microalgal cultivation for value-added products: A critical Enviro-economical assessment. 3 Biotech, 7, 243. IF: 2.893

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46.            

Arora K, Sharma S, Krishna SB, Adam JK, Kumar A * 2017. Non edible oil cakes as a novel substrate for DPA production and augmenting biocontrol activity of Paecilomyces variotii. Front. Microbiol. 8, 753. IF: 6.064.

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47.            

2016

Gupta A, Sharma S, Kumar A*, Alam P and Ahmad P. 2016. Enhancing nutritional contents of Lentinus sajor- caju using residual biogas slurry waste of detoxified mahua cake mixed with wheat straw. Front. Microbiol. 7, 1529. IF: 6.064.

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48.            

Kumar A*, Chanderman A., Makolomakwa, M., Perumal, K., & Singh, S. 2016. Microbial production of phytases for combating environmental phosphate pollution and other diverse applications. Critical Rev Environ Sci Technol, 46(6), 556-591. IF: 11.75.

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49.            

Kumar A*, Sharma S, Mishra S. 2016. Evaluating effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal consortia and Azotobacter chroococcum in improving biomass yield of Jatropha curcas. Plant Biosystems,150 1056-1064. IF: 1.781.

 

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50.            

2016

Kumar A*, Dames, J. F., Gupta, A., Sharma, S., Gilbert, J. A., & Ahmad, P. 2016. Current developments in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi research and its role in salinity stress alleviation: a biotechnological perspective. Critical reviews Biotechnology, 35(4), 461-474 IF: 9.062

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51.            

Singh NB, Kumar A*, Rai S. 2016. Potential production of bioenergy from biomass in an Indian perspective. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 39, 65-78. IF: 16.799

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Guest faculty

 

Dr. Preeti Vyas

 

S.No

Year

Title of the Paper

Link

1.               

2019

Kumar A*., Vyas P., Malla MA., Dubey A. 2019. Taxonomic and Functional annotation of termite degraded Butea monosperma (Flame of Forest).  Open Microbiology Journal. 13: 154-163. Scopus indexed

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2.               

2018

Singh JK, Vyas P, Dubey A, Upadhyaya CP, Kothari R, V.V. Tyagi, Kumar A *. 2018. Assessment of different pretreatment technologies for efficient bioconversion of lignocellulose to ethanol. Frontiers in Bioscience- Scholar 10:350-371. Scopus index

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3.               

2018

Vyas P, Kumar A*, Singh S. 2018. Biomass breakdown: A review on pretreatment, instrumentations and methods. Frontiers Bioscience-Elite, 10, 155-174. Scopus index

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 Faculty Members (Retired)

 Prof. P.K. Khare

 

S.No

Year

Title of the Paper

Link

1.               

2020

AdhikariD., VermaS., Saikia P., Kumar A., Kyle Raymond GrantK. R., DayanandanA., Kumar A., Khare P. K. and KhanM. L. (2020). Dataset associated with Climate models prediction of Boswellia serrata Roxb., a medicinal tree in India;Data in Brief (under revision). IF=0.9

 

2.               

2020

Debojyoti Raha, Javid Ahmad Dar, Praveen Kumar Pandey, Parvaiz Ahmad Lone, Satyam Verma, Pramod Kumar Khare, Mohammed Latif Khan (2020).Variation in tree biomass and carbon stocks in three tropical dry deciduous forest types of Madhya Pradesh, India. Carbon Management, 1-12. IF=1.463

 

3.               

2020

Rajpoot R., Adhikari D., Verma S., Saikia P., Kumar A., Grant K. R., Dayanandan A., Kumar A., Khare P. K., Khan M. L. (2020). Climate models predict a divergent future for the medicinal tree Boswellia serrata Roxb. in India. Global Ecology and Conservation, e01040. IF=2.9

 

4.               

2019

Ray Tapas, Verma S., Malasiya D., Dar J. A., Dayanandan A., Khare P. K. and Khan M. L. (2019). Estimation of greenhouse gas emissions from vegetation fires in Central India. Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability 2019, 7(1):32-38, DOI: 10.5958/2320-642X.2019.00005.X.

 

5.               

Lone P. A., Dar J. A., Subashree K., Raha D., Pandey P. K., Ray T., Khare P. K. and Khan M. L. (2019). Impact of plant invasion on physical, chemical and biological aspects of ecosystems: A review, Tropical Plant Research 6(3): 528–544] DOI: 10.22271/tpr.2019.v6.i3.067. ISSN (Online): 2349-1183; ISSN (Print): 2349-9265.

 

6.               

2018

Satyam Vermaa , Javid Ahmad Dara , Dinesh Malasiyaa , Pramod Kumar Khare , Selvadurai Dayanandanb , Mohammed Latif Khan (2018) A MODIS-based spatiotemporal assessment of agricultural residue burning in Madhya Pradesh, India. Ecological Indicators, 105: 496-504. IF=4.49

 

7.               

Dar J. A., Subashree, K, Bhat, N.A., Rather, M.Y., Sundarapandian, S.M., Khare, P.K. and Khan, M.L (2018) Climate Change Combat – A Conspectus. Int. J Environ Sci. Nat Res 13(2): 1-4.

 

8.               

Onkar Salunkhe , K. Khare, Richa Kumari and M. L. Khan (2018) A systematic review on the aboveground biomass and carbon stocks of Indian forest ecosystems. Ecological Processes, 7:17. IF=1.88

 

9.               

Yadav V.K., Srivastava A.K. and Khare P.K. (2018). Tropical Forest and Ecosystems Services in Indian Context. Current World Environment, 13(1):151-158. ISSN: 0973-4929.

 

 

2017

Yadav,V.K. and Khare,P.K. (2017). Intermediate storage seed physiology in Mimusops elengi Linn. Indian journal of plant science, 6(3): 40-44.

 

10.            

Suman N.R., Khare P.K., Salunkhe O., Chadhar B. (2017). Alien Angiospermic Plants of Panna Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India. Indian forester ,14 :19-24

 

11.            

Imran Reshi, Babu Lal Chadhar, P. K. Khare (2017) Alien invasive plants of central Indian tropical dry deciduous forests of Sagar district, Madhya Pradesh, India, 143:157-164.

 

12.            

Yadav,V.K., Sengar,Jyoti, Shrivatava, A.K. and Khare,P.K. (2017) Study of pond status in India: A review. Flora and Fauna,24:99-104

 

13.            

 

 

2016

Onkar, Salunkhe and. Khare, P.K. (2016) Aboveground Biomass and Carbon Stock of Tropical Deciduous Forest Ecosystems of Madhya Pradesh, India. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 42(S): 75-81.

 

14.            

Onkar Salunkhe, K. Khare, T.R. Sahu and Sarnam Singh (2016). Estimation of tree biomass reserves in tropical deciduous forests of Central India by non-destructive approach. Tropical Ecology 57(2) :153-161.

 

15.            

Patel D. and Khare P.K. (2016). Vegetation ecology of wetlands of central India with reference to emergent plant communities. Indian journal of plant science, 5(3): 1-9.

 

 

 Prof. A.N. Rai

 

S.No

Year

Title of the Paper

Link

1.               

2019

 

Bhardwaj S., Suryawanshi J. and Rai A. N., A novel sooty mould infecting Cassia fistula L., (febaceae) from Central India., Madhya Bharti , 61 (2): 65-70, 2019, ISSN- 0972-7434

 

2.               

Khalkho A.D., Bhardwaj S., Dubey A. and Rai A. N., Fungal diversity: collection conservation and identification of fungi from Sarguja district (Chhattisgarh), Madhya Bharti, 61 (2): 62-64, 2019, ISSN- 0972-7434

 

3.               

Awasthi N. and Rai A. N., new species of Pseudocercospora speg. On Wrightia tinctoria R. Br. From Sagar., Madhya Bharti, 61 (2): 50-55, 2019, ISSN- 0972-7434

 

4.               

Pandey A.K., Rai A. N., Thakur R. S., Cladosporium myrtacearum sp. nov. a new report of potential fungal pathogen on Indian guava. Madhya Bharti, 61 (2): 44-49, 2019, ISSN- 0972-7434

 

5.               

Dubey A., Bhardwaj S, Pandey A.K., Khalkho A. D., Jain S. and Rai A. N., A new species of Acremoniula G. Arnaud ex Cif. on Butea monosperma (Lam.) Taub. – An important medicinal plant from forest flora of Jashpur (C.G.)., Journal of Experimental Biology and Agricultural Sciences., 7(6): 600-605. 2019, ISSN- 2320 – 8694

 

6.               

Dubey A., Bhardwaj S., Pandey A. K., Khalkho A. D. and Rai A. N., A new species of leptoxyphyium speg. From forest flora of Jashpur (Chattishgarh)., Madhya Bharti, 61 (2): 95-97, 2019, ISSN- 0972-7434.

 

7.               

Kushwaha P., Jain S. and Rai A.N., A noval species of a Coelomycetous fungus from Indian sub -continent., Madhya Bharti, 61 (2): 98-102, 2019, ISSN- 0972-7434

 

8.               

Bhardwaj S., Thakur R. S. and Rai A. N., Gyrothrix kigeliae: A novel setose fungus from Central India., Kavaka, 53(2): 82-84, 2019, ISSN- 0379-5179

 

9.               

2017

Thakur R S., Rai A N., & Kushwaha P. A new fungus species Zygosporium curcumeae is recorded on medicinally important plant Curcuma augustImpact Factor:olia Roxb.from Betul Forest (M.P.) India. Journal of The Botanical Society, 2017; 48. 153-158 ISSN: 2229-7170

 

10.            

Dar R , Rai  A N. & Shiekh  I A.  Stigmina carpophila detected on Prunus armeniaca and Prunus persica in India.  Australasian Plant Disease Notes, 2017; 12(1), 19-24. ISSN: 1833-928X

 

11.            

Pandey A K., Rai A N. & Kushwaha Powdery Mildew: A Brief Introduction. Journal of The Botanical Society, 2017; 48. ISSN: 2229-7170

 

 

2016

 

 

 

Surywanshi J, Rai A  & Dar  R  A. Pseudocercospora lamaticola - A new species of foliicolous fungi from central India. Madhya Bharti Journal of Science, 2016;  60(1), 26-30. ISSN: 0972-7434

 

12.            

Thakur R S., Rai  A  & Khushwaha  P.  New species of Botrytis micheli Ex Fries on medicinally plants Aristolochia indica Linn. from central India. Madhya Bharti Journal of Science, 2016; 60(1), 31-34. ISSN: 0972-7434

 

13.            

Suryawanshi J. Rai A N. & Dar R A. Fungal biodiversity: collection, conservation and identImpact Factor:ication of fungi from Balaghat district (MP). Journal of The Botanical Society, 2016; 46, 204-208. ISSN: 2229-7170

 

14.            

Verma N K. & Rai A NTorula strelitziae, A novel taxon of dematiaceous hyphomycete from central India. Journal of the Botanical Society, 2016; 46, 57-62. ISSN: 2229-717

 

15.            

Tripathi S N. and Rai A N. Some additions to the Hyphomycetes From central India. Journal of Environment and Social Science Research, 2016; Vol. 5. 29-35. ISSN: 2454-5953

 

16.            

Verma N K. and Rai  A N. Two noval addition to the fungal genus Memnoniella Hohnel. Journal of The Botanical Society, 2016;  48. 86-94. ISSN: 2229

 

17.            

Yadav V R. and Rai A N. novel addition to the fungal species cladosporium palmicola form central India. Journal of The Botanical Society, 2016; 47. 108-111. ISSN: 2229-7170

 

18.            

Tripathi S N. Mishra A. and Rai A N. Study on a new species of Tripospermum ( dhamonica sp. Nov.) in North Sagar Forest Division, M. P. India. Journal of The Botanical Society, 2016; Vol. 48. 179-183. ISSN: 2229-7170.

 

19.            

Dar R A., Rai A N. & Shiekh I  First report of white stain of apple caused by Trichothecium kashmeriana in India. Archives of Phytopathology and  Plant Protection, 2016; 50(3-4), 99-108. ISSN: 0323-5408

 

20.            

Khushwaha P. Rai A N. & Kumar A. Sphaerotheca sagarensis- First record from central India. Madhya Bharti Journal of Science, 2016; 60 (1), 21-25. ISSN: 0972-7434