Research Papers (2015-16)

  1. Sakthivel,K., AundyKumar, C. Devendrakumar,Munjal Vibhuti,Sheoran Neelam,R. K. Gautam,K. Kumar,S. Dam Roy, and Boris Alexander Vinatzer (2016) Diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains on the Andaman Islands in India, Plant Disease, (NAAS  9.02.)
  2. Ellur, RK, Khanna, A.,Yadav, A.,Pathania, S., Rajashekara, H., Singh, V.K., Gopalakrishnan, S., Bhowmick, P.K., Nagarajan, M.,Vinod, K.K., Prakash, G., Mondal, K.K., Singh, N.K., and Singh, A.K.2015. Improvement of Basmati rice varieties for resistance to blast and bacterial blight diseases using marker assisted backcross breeding. Plant Science (doi:10.1016/j.plantsci.2015.08.020) (NAAS  9.607).
  3. Vibhuti Munjal, Agisha Valiya Nadakkakath, Neelam Sheoran, Aditi Kundu, Vibina Venugopal, Kesavan Subaharan,Suseelabhai Rajamma, Santhosh J. Eapen, Aundy Kumar (2015) Genotyping and identification of broad spectrum antimicrobial volatiles in black pepper root endophytic biocontrol agent, Bacillus megaterium BP17Biological Control (Elsevier)doi:10.1016/j.biocontrol.2015.09.005(NAAS  8.05)
  4. Raghavan Dinesh Muthuswamy Anandaraj, Aundy Kumar, Yogiyar Kundil Bini, Kizhakke Purayil Subila, Ravindran Aravind (2015) Isolation, characterization, and evaluation of multi-trait plant growth promoting rhizobacteria for their growth promoting and disease suppressing effects on ginger Microbiological Research 173: 34–43(NAAS  8.56)
  5. Maheshwari, Verma H. N., Jain R. K and Mandal B*. 2015. Engineered antibody fragments for immunodiagnosis of papaya ringspot virus. Molecular Biotechnology, (NAAS 8.22).
  6. Maheshwari YVijayanandraj SJain RKMandal B*. 2015. Engineered single-chain variable fragment antibody for immunodiagnosis of groundnut bud necrosis virus infection. Arch Virol. DOI 10.1007/s00705-015-2345-y, (NAAS 8.28).
  7. Sheoran N, Kumar A, Munjal V, Valiya Nadakkakath A, Eapen SJ (2016). Pseudomonas putida BP25 alters root phenotype and triggers salicylic acid signaling as a feedback loop in regulating endophytic colonization in Arabidopsis thaliana. Physiological andMolecular Plant Pathology (Elsevier),93:99-111(NAAS  7.79)
  8. Sakthivel, K.,R. K. Gautam, K. Manigundan, P. K. Singh, G.S. Laha, Aundy Kumar and R. Velazhahan (2016) Pathogenic Profile of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae causing Bacterial Blight of Rice in Andaman Islands VEGETOS-An International Journal off Plant Research 29: 44-50(NAAS  6.00)
  9. Madhupriya, G.P. Rao, Aundy Kumar and V.K. Baranwal (2015) Classification of the sesame Phytoplasma strains in INDIA at the16Sr subgroup level,Journal of Plant Pathology, 97 (3), 523-528(NAAS  7.04)
  10. Dey, S. S., Kanika Sharma, Bhatia, R., Sandeep Kumar, G. M., Dinesh Singh, Raj Kumar, Chander Parkash (2015). Inter specific hybridization (Brassica carinata x Brassica oleracea) for introgression of black rot resistance genes into Indian cauliflower (B. oleracea var. botrytis L.). Euphytica, DOI 10.1007/s10681-015-1352-0 (NAAS: 7.39)
  11. Dinesh Singh, Shweta Sinha and R. P. Singh (2015).Detection of Xanthomonas oryzae pv.oryzaefrom seeds and leaves of rice (Oryza sativa) using hrp gene based BIO-PCR marker. Indian J. Agric. Sci. 85 (4): 519–524. (NAAS: 6.14)
  12. Narayana Bhat M, Dinesh Singh, H R Sardana, S Vennila and Mobin Ahmad (2015). Occurrence and bio-control of stem canker and black scurf (Rhizoctonia solani) of potato (Solanum tuberosum) in subtropical plains of India. Indian J. Agric. Sci. 85(5): 730–733. (NAAS: 6.14)
  13. Partha Saha, Pritam Kalia, Munish Sharma, Dinesh Singh (2015). New source of black rot disease resistance in Brassica oleracea and genetic analysis of resistance. Euphytica DOI 0.1007/s10681-015-1524-y (NAAS: 7.39).
  14. Dinesh Singh, Priyanka Singh Rathaur, Ashwariya Singh, and Richa Raghuwanshi (2015). genetic diversity of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris isolated fromBrassica crops using RAPD and Rep-PCR. Indian J. Agric. Sci. 85(6): 792–796.(NAAS: 6.14)
  15. Saha, N. D., Chaudhary, A., Singh, S. D., • Singh, D., Walia, S. and Das, T. K. (2015).Plant pathogenic microbial communication affected by elevated temperature in Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. carotovorum. Curr. Microbiol. 71(5). DOI:10.1007/s00284-015-0888-5 (NAAS: 7.42)
  16. Bashyal, B. M., Aggarwal, R., Sharma, S., Gupta, S., Rawat, K., Singh, D., Singh, A. K., Krishnan, S. G., (2015). Occurrence, identification and pathogenicity of Fusarium species associated with bakanae disease of basmati rice in India. Eur. J. Pl. Pathol. DOI 10.1007/s10658-015-0783-8 (7.71).
  17. Manjunatha C., Aggarwal R., Bharadwaj S.C., and Sharma S.(2015).Virulence analysis and molecular characterization of Indian wheat leaf rust pathotypes (Puccinia triticina). Res. J. Biotechnol. 10 (12): 98- 106 (6.26).
  18. Saini, Priya, GopalMadhuban, Kumar Rajesh and Gogoi Robin. 2015. Residue, dissipation and safety evaluation of pyridalylnanoformulation in okra [Abelmoschusesculentus (L) Moench]. Environ. Monit. Assess. 187:123. [NAAS , 2014: 7.59]
  19. K. Viswanath, Taru Sharma, P. Sinha and Mukesh Kumar (2015). Influence of temperature on appressorialformation in M. grisea in relation to cAMP-dependent PKA activity. J Pure and ApplMicrobiol 9: 2903-2912.
  20. Shanmugam, V., Thakur, H., and Singh, M.K. (2015). First report of root rot caused by Fusarium solani on Calla lily (Zantedeschia ellitiona (H. Knight) Engl.) from India. Plant Disease http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-08-14-0861-PDN
  21. Thakur, H.,Kumar, S.and Shanmugam, V. (2016). First report of Penicillium griseofulvum causing leaf blight on Rheum australe. Journal of Plant Pathology 98 (1), 171-185.
  22. BM Bashyal,RashmiAggarwal,Sapna Sharma, Sangeeta Gupta, KirtiRawat, Dhiraj Singh, AK Singh,S. Gopala Krishnan (2015). Occurrence, identification and pathogenicity of Fusarium species associated with bakanae disease of basmati rice in India. European Journalof PlantPathology DOI 10.1007/s10658-015-0783-8.(NAAS : 7.49)
  23. Ashish Kumar Gupta, BM Bashyal, Ravish Choudhary, Mukund Kumar and Ishwar Singh Solanki (2015). First report of Sclerotinia rot of pigeonpea caused by Sclerotiniasclerotiorum (Lib.) de Bary in India. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, DOI: 10.1080/07060661.2015.1115782 (NAAS : 7.12)
  24. Susan Majumdar, BM Bashyal and RL Gupta (2015). Synthesis of Schiff bases of 4-amino-3-mercapto-5-pyridin 4yl-4H, 1, 2, 4 triazole and their evaluation as SAR inducer. Indian Journal of Chemistry. 54(B): 1260-1274 (NAAS : 6.39).
  25. AK Gupta, IS Solanki, BM Bashyal, Y Singh and K Srivastava (2015). Bakanae of rice: An emerging disease of Asia. The Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences, 25(6): 1499-1514(NAAS : 6.45)
  26. MS Gurjar, Vinay Sagar, Tusar Kanti Bag, Bir Pal Singh, Sanjeev Sharma, Jeevlatha Arjunan, Rahul R Bakade and Kangabam Suraj Singh (2015). Genetic diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains causing bacterial wilt of potato in the Meghalaya state of India. Journal of Plant Pathology. 97(1):135-142.
  27. Bag TK, MS Gurjar, AK Srivastava, SK Yadav, LC Diengdoh, R Rai, Sukhwinder Singh (2015). Potato (Solanumtuberosum) aeroponics for quality seed production in north eastern Himalayan region of India. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 85(10): 1360–1364. (NAAS-6.14).
  28. Singh, V.K., Mathuria, R.C., Singh, G.P., Singh, P.K., Singh, S., Gogoi, R. and Aggarwal, R. 2015. Characterization of yellow rust resistance genes by using gene postulation and assessment of adult plant resistance in some Indian wheat genotypes. Res. on Crops, 16(4): 741-750.(NAAS  6.1)
  29. Mathuria, R.C., Singh, V.K., Gogoi, R., Singh, U.D. and Aggarwal, R. 2015. Inheritance of stem rust resistance in four Indian bread wheat cultivars. Res. on Crops, 16(4): 733-740. (NAAS  6.1)
  30. Prabhakaran N, T. Prameela Devi , Sathiyabama M. and Deeba Kamil (2015). Screening of differentTrichoderma species against agriculturally important foliar plant pathogens.J. Env. Biol. 36, 191-198 (NAAS - 6.68).
  31. Chandra Sekhar V, Prameeladevi T and Deeba Kamil 2015. A combined morpho-molecular approach towards identification of Chaetomiumspecies of India.Journal of Pure and applied Microbiology(NAAS - 6.00).
  32. Deeba Kamil, Prameeladevi T , N.Prabhakaran, R.K.Sharma 2015. NADH Dehydrogenase Sub unit 6: Asuitable secondary Barcode for speciation of Genus Fusarium. Journal of Pure and applied Microbiology: 09 (NAAS - 6.00).
  33. Deeba Kamil, T Prameeladevi, Sankar Ganesh, N Prabhakaran, R Nareshkumar and Shan P Thomas (2016). Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles by entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana and their bio-efficacy against Mustard aphid (Lipaphis erysimi Kalt.). Indian Journal of Experimental Biology. (Accepted) (NAAS - 6.84).
  34. Bahukhandi, D., RK Sharma and Deeba Kamil, 2015.Evaluation of Variability, Colony Characters, Productivity and Quality Parameters in Different Strains of Agaricus bisporus (Lange)Sing. J. Pure and Appl Microbio, 9 (Spl. Edn.)pp, 249-257 (NAAS -6.2).
  35. Amalendu Ghosh, Amrita Das, S. Vijayanandraj, Bikash Mandal. Cardamom bushy dwarf virus infection in large cardamom alters colonization preference, life stages and fecundity of aphid vector, Micromyzus kalimpongensis (Hemiptera: Aphididae).Environmental Entomology, 2016. 45 (1):178-84 (NAAS  7.3).
  36. Sharma, P, Sharma, S.,Singh J., Saha,S. and Baranwal V.K. 2015. Incidence of Lettuce mosaic virus in lettuce and its detection by polyclonal antibodies produced against recombinant coat protein expressed in Escherichia coli. J Virological Methods. 230: 53-58
  37. Baranwal, V. K.,Jain, P., Saritha, R. K., Jain, R. K., Gautam, N. K. 2015. Detection and partial characterization of Cowpea mild mottle virus in mungbean and urdbean by deep sequencing and RT-PCR. Crop Protection: 33: 77-79.
  38. Khanna, S., Singh, J., Singh, R.,Kumar, P., Rani, T., Baranwal, V. K., andSirohi, A. 2015. AssuntaBertaccini Evidence of associateion of a ‘Candidatusphytoplasmacynodontis’ with bermuda grass (Cynodondactylon) and ‘Candidatusphytoplasmaasteris’ with periwinkle (Catharanthusroseus) from western UttarPradesh, India Crop Protection: 74: 138-244.
  39. Madhupriya., Rao, G. P., Kumar, A., andBaranwal, V. K. 2015. Classification of the sesame phytoplasma strains in India at the 16Sr subgroup level. J Plant Pathol. 97 (3), 523-528.
  40. Kumar, S., Rai, R., and Baranwal, V. K. 2015. Development of an immunocapture–reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (IC-RT-PCR) using modified viral RNA release protocol for the detection of Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 (GLRaV-3). Phytoparasitica 43:311–316.
  41. Nabi, S.,Madhupriya, Dubey, D. K., Rao, G. P., Baranwal, V.K. and Sharma, P. 2015. Molecular characterization of ‘Candidatusphytoplasmaasteris’ subgroup I-B associated with sesame phyllody disease and identification of its natural vector and weed reservoir in India. Australasian Plant Pathol. 44:289-297.
  42. Sharma, S. K., Kumar, P. V., Geetanjal A.S., Pun, K.B. and Baranwal, V. K.2015. Subpopulation level variation of banana streak viruses in India and common evolution of banana and sugarcane badnaviruses. Virus Genes, 50(3):450-65
  43. Ghosh A, Das A, Vijayanandraj S, Mandal B*. 2015. Cardamom bushy dwarf virus Infection in Large Cardamom Alters Plant Selection Preference, Life Stages and Fecundity of Aphid Vector, Micromyzus kalimpongensis. Environmental Entomology, Environmental Entomology, 1–7,doi: 10.1093/ee/nvv161. (IF 1.29)
  44. A.K. Tiwari, K. Shukla, S. Kumar, Madhupriya and G.P. Rao (2014). ‘Candidatus phytoplasma asteris’ association with leaf yellows and witches’ broom symptoms of Codiaeum variegatum in india. Journal of Plant Pathology96 (4, Supplement), S4.113-S4.131(NAAS6.77)
  45. Savita Chaube ,Shailender Kumar , Durgesh Dubey , Ajay Kumar Tiwari , Parmatma Prasad Upadhyaya &G.P Rao (2015).Identification of a novel phytoplasma (16Sr XIV-A subgroup).associated with little leaf and witches’ broom of Cannabis sativa L. ssp. sativa and C. sativa L. ssp. indica in India. Phytoparasitica (2015) 43:275–279. (NAAS 6.68)
  46. S Kumar, A.K. Tiwari, S.K. Holkar, S.K. Duttamajumdar and G.P. Rao (2015). Characterization of 16SrI-B Group phytoplasma associated with Sugarcane leaf yellows disease in India.Sugar Tech17:156-161(NAAS 6.5)
  47. Madhupriya, G.P. Rao, A. Kumar and V.K. Baranwal (2015). Classification of the sesame phytoplasma strains in india at the 16sr subgroup level. Journal of Plant Pathology (2015), 97 (3), 523-528 (NAAS 6.77)
  48. Anurag Kashyap, P.D. Nath, S. Acharjee and K.K. Biswas. 2015 .Prevalence of Citrus tristeza virus in North Eastern region of India and molecular characterization of its isolates Indian J. Hort. 72(2): 206-211. (NAAS : 6.7)
  49. Shruti Godara, S. M. Paul Khurana and K. K. Biswasand.2016. Three variants of cotton leaf curl begomoviruses with their satellite molecules are associated with cotton leaf curl disease aggravation in New Delhi.J. Plant biochem Biotech.DOI :10.1007/s13562-016-0370-x. (NAAS : 6.9)