1. Bhupinder Singh, Sumedha Ahuja, Renu Pandey and RK Singhal (2014) 14CO2 labeling: a reliable technique for rapid measurement of total root exudation capacity and vascular sap flow in crop plants, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, DOI 10.1007/s 10967-014-3531-1 (Naas Rating 7.42)
  2. Chattaraj S, Chakraborty D, Sehgal DK, Paul RK, Singh SD, Daripa A and Pathak H (2014) Predicting the impact of climate change on water requirement of wheat in the semi-arid Indo-Gangetic Plains of India. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 197:174–183. 
  3. Fayaz A. Malla, Shakeel A.  Khan, Rashmi, Gulshan K. Sharma, Navindu Gupta and G. Abraham. 2015. Phycoremediation potential of Chlorella minutissima on primary and tertiary treated wastewater for nutrient removal and biodiesel production. Ecological Engineering. Volume 75, February 2015, Pages 343–349. NAAS Rating 9.03
  4. Gulshan K. Sharma, Shakeel A.  Khan, Fayaz A. Malla and Navindu Gupta 2014. Nutrient sequestration and phycoremediation of sewagewaste water by selective microalgae. Green Farming. 5, 623-626. . NAAS Rating 4.79
  5. Jain N, Bhatia A and Pathak H (2014) Emission of air pollutants from crop residue burning in India. Aerosol Air Quality Res. doi: 10.4209/aaqr. 2013.01.0031.
  6. JyotiKumari, H.K.Dikshit, Bhupinder.Singh and D.Singh (2015), Combining ability and character association of agronomic and biochemical traits in pea (PisumSativum L.). ScientiaHorti. 181:26-33 ((Naas Rating 7.50)
  7. KalpanaTewari, SwetaKumari, T.Vinutha, Bhupinder Singh and Anil Dahuja (2014), Gamma Irradiation induces reduction in the off- flavor generation in soyabean through enhancement of its antioxidant potential”, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry,  DOI 10.1007/s 10967-014-3803 (Naas Rating 7.50)
  8. Mahesh Kumar, Sumedha Ahuja, Anil Dahuja, Raj Kumar and Bhupinder Singh (2014) Gamma Radiation Protects Fruit Quality In Tomato by Inhibiting the Production of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) and Ethylene. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry. 301:871-880 (Naas Rating 7.42)
  9. Mahesh Kumar. Bhupinder Singh, Sumedha Ahuja, Anil Dahuja and Anjali Anand (2014), Gamma radiation and magnetic field mediated delay in effect of accelerated ageing of soybean, J Food SciTechnol, DOI 10.1007/s 13197-014-1590-5(Naas Rating 8.02)
  10. Martre, Pierre, Daniel Wallach, SentholdAsseng, Frank Ewert, James W. Jones, Reimund P. Rötter, Kenneth J. Boote, Alex C. Ruane, Peter J. Thorburn, DavideCammarano, Jerry L. Hatfield, Cynthia Rosenzweig, Pramod k. Aggarwal, Carlos Angulo, Bruno Basso, Patrick Bertuzzi, Christian Biernath, Nadine Brisson, Andrew J. Challinor, Jordi Doltra, Sebastian Gayler, Richie Goldberg, Robert F. Grant, Lee Heng, Josh Hooker, Leslie A Hunt, Joachim Ingwersen, Roberto C Izaurralde, Kurt Christian Kersebaum, Christoph Müller, SooraNaresh Kumar, ClaasNendel, Garry o'Leary, Jørgen E. Olesen, Tom M. Osborne, TaruPalosuo, EckartPriesack, Dominique Ripoche, Mikhail A. Semenov, IuriiShcherbak, Pasquale Steduto, Claudio O. Stöckle, Pierre Stratonovitch, ThiloStreck, IwanSupit, Fulu Tao, Maria Travasso, Katharina Waha, Jeffrey W. White and Joost Wolf . 2014 Multimodel ensembles of wheat growth: Many models are better than one. Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12768.
  11. Naresh Kumar Soora, Pramod Kumar AggarwalKumar UttamJain SurabhiD. N. Swaroopa Rani, Nitin Chauhan and Rani Saxena (2014). Vulnerability of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea (L.) Czernj. Cosson) to climate variability and future adaptation strategies.  Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies to Global Change. 10.1007/s11027-014-9606-Z
  12. Purakayastha TJ, Savita Kumari and Pathak H (2015) Characterization, stability, and microbial effects of four biochars produced from crop residues. Geoderma 239:293-303
  13. RituTomer, Arti Bhatia, Vinod Kumar, Amit Kumar, Renu Singh, Bhupinder Singh and S. D. Singh (2014) Impact of Elevated Ozone on Growth, Yield and Nutritional Quality of Two Wheat Species in Northern India, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, DOI: 10.4209/aaqr.2013.12.0354 (Naas Rating 8.66)
  14. S. Asseng, F. Ewert, P. Martre, R.P. Rötter, D.B. Lobell, D. Cammarano, B.A. Kimball, M.J. Ottman, G.W. Wall, J.W. White, M.P. Reynolds, P.D. Alderman, P.V.V. Prasad, P.K. Aggarwal, J. Anothai, B. Basso, C. Biernath, A.J. Challinor, G. De Sanctis, J.Doltra, E. Fereres, M. Garcia-Vila, S. Gayler, G. Hoogenboom, L.A. Hunt, R.C. Izaurralde, M. Jabloun, C.D. Jones, K.C. Kersebaum, A.-K. Koehler, C. Müller, S. Naresh Kumar, C. Nendel, G. O‟Leary, J.E. Olesen, T. Palosuo, E. Priesack, E. EyshiRezaei, A.C. Ruane, M.A. Semenov, I. Shcherbak, C. Stöckle, P. Stratonovitch, T.Streck, I. Supit, F. Tao, P. Thorburn, K. Waha, E. Wang, D. Wallach, J. Wolf, Z.Zhao, and Y. Zhu. 2014. Rising temperatures reduce global wheat production. Nature Climate change. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nclimate2470.
  15. Singh R, Tiwari S, Srivastava M and Shukla A. (2014). Experimental study on the performance of microwave assisted Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) pretreatment of rice straw. Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR. 16(1):173-181.
  16. Yong, SK; Shrivastava, M, Srivastava P.; Kunhikrishnan,A and Bolan, N (2015) Environmental Applications of Chitosan and its Derivatives. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 1:1-43   NAAS Rating 10.13
  17. A Daripa, A Bhatia, R Tomer, SD Singh, N Jain, H Pathak, (2014) Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emission from maize under fertilizer application and elevated carbon dioxide in northwest India.  Experimental Agriculture 50 (04), 625-64. (NR-7)R Tomer, A Bhatia, V Kumar, A Kumar, R Singh, B Singh, SD Singh (2014), Impact of Elevated Ozone on Growth, Yield and Nutritional Quality of Two Wheat Species in Northern India. Aerosol and Air quality Research, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2013.12.0354 (NR-8.8)
  18. A Bhatia, SD Singh and A Kumar (2015). Heavy Metal Contamination of Soil, Irrigation Water and Vegetables in Peri-Urban Agricultural Areas and Markets of Delhi (2015). Water Environment Research, (accepted) (NR-7)
  19. A Singh, S Kumar, YV Singh, A Bhatia, (2014) Productivity of soils amended with different organic manures and tillage practices in rice-wheat system. Journal of Crop and Weed 10 (1), 37-41.
  20. A Singh, S Kumar, YV Singh, A Bhatia (2014) Soil available nitrogen dynamics and productivity under different organic manures and tillage practices in rice-wheat system Land degradation and watershed management in India 179 12 (3), 227-233.
  21. A Singh, S Kumar, YV Singh, A Bhatia (2014) Carbon sequestration and yield of rice (Oryza sativa)–wheat (Triticumaestivum) soils amended with different organic manures and tillage practices, Indian Journal of Agronomy 59 (2), 215-220
  22. Abeysingha NS, Man Singh, Sehgal VK, Khanna M and Pathak H (2014) Analysis of Rainfall and Temperature Trends in Gomti River Basin. Journal of Agricultural Physics 14:56-66.
  23. Chakrabarti B, Pramanik P, Mina U, Sharma DK and Mittal R (2014) Impact of conservation agricultural practices on soil physic-chemical properties. International Journal on Agricultural Sciences 5(1): 55-59.  IF: 3.29
  24. Chakrabarti B., R. Singh, A. Bhatia, S. D. Singh and Bhupinder Singh (2014) Impact of Aerial Deposition from Thermal Power Plant on Growth and Yield of Rice (Oryza Sativa) and Wheat (Triticum Aestivum), Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 84 (5): 602-6,2014 (Naas Rating 6.0)
  25. Jain N, Pathak H and Bhatia A (2014). Sustainable management of crop residues in India. Current Advances in Agricultural Sciences 6(1):1-9.
  26. Kumar Sandeep, Lal Chand Malav, Mahesh Kumar Malav, Shakeel A Khan. 2015. “Biogas Slurry: Source of Nutrients for Eco-friendly Agriculture”. International Journal of Extensive Research. Vol. 2, pages 42-46.
  27. Lal Chand Malav, Shakeel Ahmad Khan and Navindu Gupta. 2015 “Effects of biogas slurry incorporation on yield and growth attributes of baby corn (zea mays L.)”. Green Farming Vol. 6 (6) : 1-4 ; (Accepted) NAAS Rating 4.79
  28. Lal Chand Malav, Shakeel Ahmad Khan and Navindu Gupta. 2015 “Impacts of biogas slurry application on soil enviroment, yield and nutritional quality of baby corn”. Vegetos. (Accepted) NAAS Rating 6.0
  29. Lal Chand Malav, Shakeel Ahmad Khan, NavinduGupta, Sandeep Kumar Ranjan Bhattacharyya and Mahesh K Malav. 2015 “Influence of Biogas Slurry and Urea on Soil Properties”. Journal of Agricultural Physics. (Accepted) NAAS Rating 3.79
  30. Manju Zacharias, S. Naresh Kumar, S.D. Singh, D.N. Swaroopa Rani and P.K. Aggarwal. 2014. Assessment of impacts of climate change on rice and wheat in the Indo-Gangetic plains. Journal of Agrometeorology 16 (1) : 9-17
  31. Namita RD, Anita Chaudhary (2015) Effect of elevated temperature and CO2 on quorum sensing mediated virulence in soft rot causing Pectobacteriumcarotovorumpv. carotovorum”  in Indian journal of Horticulture, NAAS rating: 6.11
  32. Pathak H, Pramanick P, Khanna M and Kumar A (2014) Climate change and water availability in Indian agriculture: Impacts and adaptation. Indian Journal of Agricultural Science 84(6):671-679.
  33. Rani Saxena and S. Naresh Kumar (2014). Simulating the impact of projected climate change on rice (Oryza sativa L.) yield and adaptation strategies in major rice growing regions of India. Journal of Agrometeorology 16 (1) : 18-25
  34. RinkiKhobra, Sumedha Ahuja and Bhupinder Singh (2014)Chlorophyll biosynthesis as the basis of iron use efficiency under iron deficiency and its relationship with the phytosiderphore synthesis and release in wheat, Indian Journal of Plant Physiology,  DOI 10.1007/s 40502-014-0112-9(Naas Rating 4.66)
  35. S. Prasad, A. Kumar, K.S. Muralikrishna(2014). Biofuels production: A sustainable solution to combat climate change. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 84 (12): 1443–52
  36. SabokiEbrahim, K.Usha and Bhupinder Singh (2014), Screening for resistance to malformation in mango (Mangiferaindica L.), Progressive Horticulture, Vol.46, No. 2, September 2014 (Naas Rating 3.25)
  37. Sharma SK, Harit RC, Kumar V, Mandal TK and Pathak H (2014) Ammonia emission from rice-wheat cropping system in subtropical soil of India. Agric Research DOI 10.1007/s40003-014-0107-9.
  38. Sharma SK, Mandal TK, Rohtash, Kumar M, Gupta NC, Pathak H, Harit RC and Saxena M (2014) Measurement of ambient ammonia over the National Capital Region of Delhi, India. Journal Metrology Society India. 29:165-173.
  39. Smitharani, J. A.; Sowmyashree, M. L.; Vasantha, K. M.; Srivastava M.&Sashidhar V. R. (2014) 22Na influx is significantly lower in salt tolerant groundnut (Arachishypogaea) varieties. PhysiolMolBiol Plants 20 (1): 49-55 NAAS Rating 4.63
  40. Soumyashree, M.L., Smitha Rani, J.A., Vasantha, K.M., Devendra, R., Prasad, T.G., Shrivastava, Manoj and Sashidhar, V.R. (2014) Salinity tolerant and salinity susceptible rice (Oriza sativa) varieties differ significantly in 22Na uptake but only up to the first one hour after salinity imposition. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 19(1): 20-29. NAAS Rating 4.66
  41. Aggarwal P, Mittal R.B, Maity P, and Sharma A R (2009) Modification of hydrothermal regimes under bed planted wheat. Geoderma, 153 (3-4): 312- 317.
  42. Asseng, S., F. Ewert, C. Rosenzweig, J.W. Jones, J. L. Hatfield, A. Ruane, K. J. Boote, P. Thorburn, R. P. Rötter, D. Cammarano, N. Brisson, B. Basso, P. Martre, P. K. Aggarwa, C. Angulo, P. Bertuzzi, C. Biernath, A. J. Challinor, J. Doltra, S. Gayler, R. Goldberg, R. Grant, L. Heng, J. Hooker, L. A. Hunt, J. Ingwersen, R. C. Izaurralde, K. C. Kersebaum, C. Müller, S. Naresh Kumar, C. Nendel, G. O’Leary, J. E. Olesen, T. M. Osborne, T. Palosuo, E. Priesack, D. Ripoche, M. A. Semenov, I. Shcherbak, P. Steduto, C. Stöckle, P. Stratonovitch, T. Streck, I. Supit, F. Tao, M. Travasso, K.Waha, D.Wallach, J.W. White, J. R.Williams and J.Wolf (2013). Uncertainty in simulating wheat yields under climate change. Nature Climate Change doi:10.1038/nclimate1916; Nature Climate Change3: 827-832
  43. Bhatia A, Agarwal PK, Jain N, Pathak H (2012) Greenhouse gas emission from rice and wheat-growing areas in India: spatial analysis and upscaling. Greenhouse Gas Sci Technol. 2:115–125.                                                        
  44. Bhatia A, Agarwal PK, Jain N, Pathak H (2012) Greenhouse gas emission from rice and wheat-growing areas in India:spatial analysis and upscaling. Greenhouse Gas Sci Technol. 2:115–125.                            
  45. Bhatia A, Ghosh A, Kumar V, Tomer R, Singh SD, Pathak H (2011) Effect of elevated tropospheric ozone on methane and nitrous oxide emission from rice soil in north India. Agricult Ecosys and Environ. 144: 21– 28.
  46. Bhatia A, Ghosh A, Kumar,V, Singh SD and Pathak H (2011) Effect of elevated ozone on methane and nitrous oxide emission from rice soil in north India. Agri Eco Environ 144:21-28.
  47. Bhatia A, Jain N and Pathak H (2013) Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from Indian rice paddies, agricultural soils and crop residue burning in 2007. Greenhouse Gas Sci Technol, 1–16; DOI:10.1002/ghg
  48. Bhatia A, Jain N, Pathak H (2013) Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from Indian rice paddies, agricultural soils and crop residue burning. Greenhouse Gas Sci Tech 3:196–211.
  49. Bhatia A, Kumar A, Das T K, Singh J, Jain N and Pathak H (2013) Methane and nitrous oxide from soils under direct seeded rice. Int J Agricult Stat Sci 9(2):729-736.
  50. Bhatia A, Kumar A, Das TK, Singh J, Jain N and Pathak H (2013) Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from soils under direct seeded rice. Int J of Agricult and Stat Sc (accepted).
  51. Bhatia A, Kumar V, Kumar A, Tomer R, Singh B and Singh SD (2013) Effect of elevated ozone and carbon dioxide interaction on growth and yield of maize. Maydica (In press).
  52. Bhatia A, Pathak H, Aggarwal PK and Jain N (2010) Trade-off between productivity enhancement and global warming potential of rice and wheat in India. Nutr. Cycl Agroecosyst 86:413-424.
  53. Bhatia A, Pathak H, Jain N, Singh PK and Tomer R (2012) Greenhouse gas mitigation in rice–wheat system with leaf color chart-based urea application. Environ Monit Assess 184:3095–3107.  
  54. Bhatia A, Pathak H, Jain N, Singh PK, Tomer R (2012) Greenhouse gas mitigation in rice–wheat system with leaf color chart-based urea application. Environ Mon Assess 184:3095–3107.
  55. Bhatia A, Sasmal S, Jain N,Pathak H, Kumar V and Singh A (2010) Mitigating nitrous oxide emission from soil under conventional and no-tillage in wheat using nitrification inhibitors. Agric Ecosyst Environ 136: 247–253.     
  56. Bhatia A, Tomer R, Kumar V, Singh S D and Pathak H (2012) Impact of tropospheric ozone on crop growth and productivity – a review. Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 71: 97-112.
  57. Bhatia Arti , Sasmal S, Jain N,  Kumar R,  and Singh A (2010)  Mitigating nitrous oxide emissions from zero till and conventionally tilled soils in wheat , Agriculture Ecosy and environ. 136: 47–253          
  58. Bhatia Arti, Aggarwal PK, Pathak H and Jain N Trade-off between production and greenhouse gas emission in rice-wheat systems in India. Nutrient cycling in Agroecosystem DOI: 10.1007/s10705-009-9304-5.
  59. Byjesh K, Naresh Kumar S and Aggarwal PK (2010)Simulating impacts, potential adaptation and vulnerability of maize to climate change in India. Mitigation Adaptation Strategies Global Change. 15:413-431.
  60. Chakrabarti B, Aggarwal PK, Singh SD, Nagarajan S and Pathak H (2010) Impact of high temperature on pollen germination and spikelet sterility in rice: comparison between basmati and non-basmati varieties. Crop Pasture Sci 61:363-368.
  61. Chakrabarti B, Singh R, Bhatia A, Singh SD and Singh B (2014) Impact of aerial deposition from thermal power plant on growth and yield of rice and wheat. Ind J of Agricult Sci 84(5): 233-240. 
  62. Chakrabarti B, Singh, SD, Nagarajan S and Aggarwal PK (2011) Impact of  temperature on phenology and pollen sterility of wheat varieties. Aust. J. Crop Sci. 5(8): 1039-1043
  63. Chakrabarty B, Singh R, Bhatia A, Singh SD (2014) Impact of aerial deposition from thermal power plant on growth and yield of rice and wheat, The Indian J of Agricultl Sci 84: 602-606.
  64. Chakravorti B, Aggarwal PK, Singh SD, Nagarajan S and Pathak H (2010) Impact of high temperature on pollen germination and sterility in rice: Comparison between basmati and non-basmati varieties. Crop and Pasture Sci 61:361-368
  65. Chakravorti B, Singh SD, Kumar NK, Aggarwal PK, Pathak H and Nagarajan S (2012) Low cost facility for assessing the impact of carbon dioxide on crops. Curr. Sci 102 (6)
  66. Chattara S, Chakraborti D, Sehgal VK, Paul RK, Singh SD, Daripa A and Pathak H (2014) Predicting the impact of climate change on water requirement of wheat in the semi-arid Indo-Gangetic Plains of India. Agriculture. Ecosys and Environ 197:174–183. 
  67. Daripa A, Bhatia A ,Tomer R, Singh SD, Jain N and Pathak H (2014) Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emission from maize (zea mays l.) under fertiliser application and elevated carbon dioxide in Northwest India. Experimental Agricult doi:10.1017/S0014479714000118   
  68. Das DK Maiti D and Pathak H (2009) Site-specific nutrient management in rice in Eastern India using a modeling approach. Nutr. Cycling Agroecosys 83:85-94.
  69. Das TK, Bhattacharyya R, Sharma AR, Das S, Saad AA and Pathak H (2013) Indian Impacts of conservation agriculture on total soil organic carbon retention potential under an irrigated agro-ecosystem of the western Indo-Gangetic Plains. Europ J Agronomy 51:34-42. 
  70. Das TK, Bhattacharyyaa R, Sudhishri S, Sharma AR, Saharawat YS, Bandyopadhyay KK, Sepat S, Bana RS, Aggarwal P, Sharma RK, Bhatia A, Singh G, Datta SP, Kar A, Singh B, Singh P, Pathak H, Vyas AK and Jat ML (2014) Conservation agriculture in an irrigated cotton–wheat system of the western Indo-Gangetic Plains: Crop and water productivity and economic profitability. Field Crops Res 158:24–33.
  71. Epimaque Nsanzabaganwa, Tapas K Das, Dhian S Rana and S Naresh Kumar 2014. Nitrogen and phosphorus effects on winter maize in an irrigated agroecosystem in western Indo-Gangetic plains of India. Maydica, 59:152-160.
  72. Gathala MK, Ladha JK, Kumar V, Saharawat YS, Kumar V, Sharma PK, Sharma S and Pathak H (2011) Tillage and crop establishment affects sustainability of south Asia’s rice-wheat system. Agron J 103:1-11. 
  73. Gupta N (2009) Global Warming Mitigation potential of biogas plants in India,    Environ Monit Assess, Vol. 157 (1-4): 407 – 418
  74. Gupta PK, Gupta V, Sharma C, Das SN, Purkait N, Adhya TK, Pathak H, Ramesh R, Baruah KK, Venkatratnam L, Singh G and Iyer CSP (2009) Development of methane emission factors for Indian paddy fields and estimation of national methane budget. Chemosphere 74:590-598.
  75. Jain N, Bhatia A, Pathak H (2014) Emission of Air Pollutants from Crop Residue Burning in India. Aerosol and Air Quality Res 14: 422–430 doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2013.01.0031.      
  76. Jain N, Bhatia A, Pathak H (2014) Emission of Air Pollutants from Crop Residue Burning in India. Aerosol and Air Quality Res 14: 422–430.
  77. Jain N, Dubey R, Dubey D S, Singh J, Khanna M, Pathak H, and Bhatia A (2013) Mitigation of greenhouse gas emission with system of rice intensification in the Indo-Gangetic Plains. Paddy Water and Environ DOI 10.1007/s10333-013-0390-2. 
  78. Jain N, Dubey R, Dubey DS, Singh J, Khanna M, Pathak H and Bhatia A (2013) Mitigation of greenhouse gas emission with system of rice intensification in the Indo-Gangetic Plains. Paddy Water Environ DOI 10.1007/s10333-013-0390-2.
  79. Jain N, Dubey R, Dubey DS, Singh J, Khanna M, Pathak H, and Bhatia A (2013) Mitigation of greenhouse gas emission with system of rice intensification in the Indo-Gangetic Plains. Paddy Water and Environ, DOI 10.1007/s10333-013-0390-2.
  80. Khan SA, Rashmi,.Hussain MZ, Prasad S and Banerjee UC  (2009) Prospects of biodiesel production from microalgae in India. Renew. Sustainable Energy Reviews 13:2361–2372.
  81. Kumari M, Chakraborty D, Gathala MK, Pathak H, Dwivedi BS, Tomar RK, Garg RN, Singh R, Ladha JK (2011) Soil aggregation and associated organic carbon fractions as affected by tillage in a rice–wheat rotation in north India. Soil Sci Soc Am J 75:560-567.
  82. Maity P and Aggarwal P (2012) Variation of thermal properties of sandy loam soil under different management practices. Ind J of Agricult Sci 82 (2): 181–5.
  83. Manju Zacharias, S. Naresh Kumar, S.D. Singh, D.N. Swaroopa Rani and P.K. Aggarwal. 2014. Assessment of impacts of climate change on rice and wheat in the Indo-Gangetic plains Journal of Agrometeorology 16 (1) : 9-17
  84. Mina U, Bhatia A, Kumar U (2012) Response of maize and its pest Chilopartellusto ozone and carbon dioxide exposure. Maydica, 57, 183-187.
  85. Mina Ush and Choudhary Anita. (2012) Impact of Transgenic Cotton Varieties on Activity of Enzymes in their Rhizosphere. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 49: 195-20.
  86. Mina Usha ,Kumar Pranav,  and Varshne, CK (2010) Response of different growth  stages of Potato (Solanumtuberosum) to ozone stress. Phyton, 49(2): 253-266.
  87. Mina Usha ,Kumar, Pranav and Varshne CK,  (2010) Response of different growth  stages of Potato (Solanumtuberosum) to ozone stress. Phyton, 49(2): 253-266
  88. Mina Usha and Dubey, S.C. (2009) Effect of environmental variable on development of Fusariumwlt in chickpea (Cicercrietinum) cultivars. Ind J of Agricult Sci, 80(3); 231-234.
  89. Mina Usha, Bhatia Arti, Chakarbarti Bidisha, Harit RC and Uttam (2012)  Impact of ozone and carbon dioxide on growth and development of Chilo Partellus (maize stalk borer).J of Ent Res, 36(4):363-366.
  90. Mina Usha, Kumar Pranav  and .Varshney CK (2011).  Effect of transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis  cotton on enzymes and microbial communities of its rhizosphere. J of Agricultu Sci Vol. 3, No. 1: 97-104.
  91. Mina Usha, Kumar, Pranav and .Varshney, C.K. (2010) Effect of Ozone Exposure on Growth, Yield and Isoprene Emission from Tomato (Lycopersiconesculentum L ) Plants. Vegetable Crops Res Bull Vol 72: 35-48.
  92. Mina Usha, Mall A, Ruckminee, Naik Gaurav,  and Kumar Sarad  (2013). Purification and characterization of athermostable soluble peroxidase from Citrus medica leaf.  Preparative Biochemistry and Biotechnology 43(2): 137-15.
  93. Mina Usha, Pratap, Abhai and Varshney CK (2009) Response of radish (Raphanussativus) plants at   different growth phases stages to ozone exposure. J of  Tropl Agricult, 47 (1-2): 53-57.
  94. Naresh Kumar S, Aggarwal PK, Saxena R, Rani S, Jain S and Chauhan N (2013) An assessment of regional vulnerability of rice to climate change in India. Climatic Change. 118:683-699.
  95. Naresh Kumar S, P. K. Aggarwal, D. N. Swarooparani,  Rani Saxena, Nitin Chauhan, Surabhi Jain (2014). Vulnerability of wheat production to climate change in India. Climate Research. doi: 10.3354/cr01212
  96. Naresh Kumar S., P.M. Govindakrishnan, D.N. Swarooparani, Ch. Nitin, J. Surabhi, P.K. Aggarwal 2015. Assessment of impact of climate change on potato and potential adaptation gains in the Indo-Gangetic Plains of India. International Journal of Plant Production 9 (1), 151-170.
  97. Naresh Kumar, S. and P.K. Aggarwal. 2013. Climate change and coconut plantations in India: Impacts and potential adaptation gains. Agril. Syst. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2013.01.001.
  98. Naresh Kumar, S., P. K. Aggarwal, Swaroopa Rani, Surabhi Jain, Rani Saxena and Nitin Chauhan. 2011. Impact of climate change on crop productivity in Western Ghats, coastal and northeastern regions of India. Current Sci. 101 (3):33-42.
  99. Naresh Kumar, Soora, Pramod Kumar AggarwalKumar UttamJain SurabhiD. N. Swaroopa Rani, Nitin Chauhan and Rani Saxena (2014). Vulnerability of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea (L.) Czernj. Cosson) to climate variability and future adaptation strategies.  Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies to Global Change. 10.1007/s11027-014-9606-Z.
  100. Patel, H.R., M.M. Lunagaria, B.I. Karande, Vyas Pandey, S.B. Yadav, A.V. Shah, V.U.M. Rao and S. Naresh Kumar (2013). Impact of projected climate change on groundnut in Gujarat. J Agrometrol. 15 (Spl. Issue 1): 41-44 
  101. Patel, H.R., M.M. Lungaria, B.I. Karande, Vyas Pandey, S.B. Yadav, A.V. Shah, V.U.M. Rao and S. Naresh Kumar (2012). Impact of projected climate change on wheat and maize in middle Gujarat agro-climatic zone. J. Agrometerol. 14 (2): 134-137
  102. Pathak H (2010) Mitigating greenhouse gas and nitrogen loss with improved fertilizer management in rice: Quantification and economic assessment. Nutr. Cycling Agroecosys. 87: 443-454.
  103. Pathak H , Tewari A N, Sankhyan S, Dubey DS,  Mina U, Singh V K , Jain N and Bhatia A (2011) Direct-seeded rice: Potential, performance and problems – A review. Curr Adva in Agricult Sci 3(2): 77-88.
  104. Pathak H and Wassmann R (2009) Quantitative evaluation of climatic variability and risks for wheat yield in north-west India. Climatic Change 93:157-175.
  105. Pathak H, Byjesh K, Chakrabarti B, Aggarwal P.K (2011) Potential and cost of carbon sequestration in Indian agriculture: Estimates from long-term field experiments. Field Crops Res. 120:102–111.
  106. Pathak H, Jain N, Bhatia A, Mahanty S, Navindu Gupta (2009) Global warming    mitigation potential of biogas plants in India. Environ Monit Assess 157:407-418.
  107. Pathak H, Jain N, Bhatia A, Mohanty S and Gupta N (2009) Global warming mitigation potential of biogas, Environ Monit Assess, 157:407-418
  108. Pathak H, Jain N, Bhatia A, Patel J,  Aggarwal PK (2010) Carbon footprints of Indian food items. Agric Ecosys Environ 139: 66–73.
  109. Pathak H, Jain N, Bhatia A, Patel J, Agarwal P K (2010) Carbon footprints of Indian food items, Agriculture Ecosys and environ 139: 66–73.
  110. Pathak H, Jain N, Bhatia A,Patel J, Aggarwal PK  (2010) Carbon footprints of Indian food items. Agric Ecosyst. Environ 139: 66–73.
  111. Pathak H, Mohanty  S, Jain N,  Bhatia A, Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium budgets in Indian agriculture, Nutr Cycl Agroecosyst, DOI 10.1007/s10705-009-9292-5                   
  112. Pathak H, Mohanty S, Jain N and Bhatia A (2010) Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium budgets in Indian agriculture. Nutr. Cycling Agroecosys. 86:287-299.
  113. Pathak H, Mohanty S, Jain N, Bhatia A, (2010) Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium budgets in Indian agriculture. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 86: 287-299. 
  114. Pathak H, Pramanik P, Khanna M and Kumar A (2014) Climate change and water availability in Indian agriculture: Impacts and adaptation. Indian J of Agricult Sci, 84 (6): 671–9.
  115. Pathak H, Saharawat YS, Gathala M, Ladha JK (2011) Impact of resource-conserving technologies on productivity and greenhouse gas emission in rice-wheat system. Greenhouse Gas Sci Tech 1:261–277.
  116. Pathak H, Sankhyan S, Dubey D S, Bhatia A and Jain N (2013) Dry direct-seeding of rice for mitigating GHG emission: field experimentation and simulation, Paddy and Water Environment,11, 593-601, DOI 10.1007/s10333-012-0352-0.
  117. Pathak H, Sankhyan S, Dubey DS, Bhatia A and Jain N (2013) Dry direct-seeding of rice for mitigating greenhouse gas emission: Field experimentation and simulation. Paddy Water Environ. 11:593–601.
  118. Pathak H, Sankhyan S, DubeyDS, Bhatia A and   Jain N (2012) Dry direct-seeding of rice for mitigating GHG emission: field experimentation and simulation,Paddy and Water Envir ,DOI 10.1007/s10333-012-0352-0.
  119. Pathak, H, Jain N, Bhatia A, Mohanty S, Gupta Navindu Global warming mitigation potential of biogas plants in India. Environ Monit Assess, 2009, 157:407–418DOI 10.1007/s10661-008-0545-6.                                                                                                                                                  
  120. Pramanik P and Aggarwal P (2013) Comparison of thermal properties of three texturally different soils under two compaction levels. Afri J of Agricult Res 8 (28): 3679-3686.
  121. Pramanik P, Aggarwal P, and Dey P (2013) Model for calculation of penetration resistance from easily measurable soil physical properties. Ind J of Agricult Sci 83(3): 294-299.
  122. Prasad S, Kumar A, Muralikrishna KS (2013) Assessment of ethanol yield associated character in sorghum biomass. Maydica, 58: 299-303.
  123. Priyanka, SuryavanshiYV, Singh,R, Prasanna, Bhatia Arti and Shivay YS (2012) Paddy   Water and Environ, DOI 10.1007/s10333-012-0323-5.       
  124. Raghuvanshi SP, Singh R, Raghav A K and Chandra A (2010) Carbon dioxide reduction options in Power Generation. Asian J Chem, 22(3): 1675-1683.
  125. Rani Saxena and S. Naresh Kumar (2014). Simulating the impact of projected climate change on rice (Oryza sativa L.) yield and adaptation strategies in major rice growing regions of India. J Agromet. 16 (1) : 18-25
  126. Ranjan Bhattacharyya, Das T K,. Pramanik P, Ganeshan V,. Saad A A and. Sharma AR (2013) Impacts of conservation agriculture on soil aggregation and aggregate-associated N under an irrigated agroecosystem of the Indo-Gangetic Plains, Nutr Cycl Agroecosyst. DOI 10.1007/s10705-013-9585-6.
  127. Ranjeet RK, Sharma SK, Goswami S, Singh K, Gadpayle KA, Singh GP, Pathak H, Rai RD (2013) Transcript profiling and biochemical characterization of mitochondrial superoxide dismutase (mtSOD) in wheat (Triticum aestivum) under different exogenous stresses. Aust J Crop Sci 7(3):414-424.
  128. Satyavan Singh, Bhatia A, Tomer R, Kumar V, Singh B. & Singh SD (2013). Synergistic action of tropospheric ozone and carbon dioxide on yield and nutritional quality of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea (L.) Czern.) Environ. Monit. Assess. 185:6517–6529
  129. Saud T, Singh DP, Mandal TK, Gadi R, Pathak H, Saxena M, Sharma SK, Gautam R, Mukherjee A, Bhatnagar RP (2011) Spatial distribution of biomass consumption as energy in rural areas of the Indo-Gangetic plain. Biomass Bioenergy 35: 932-941.
  130. Saud T, Singh DP, Mandal TK, Gadi R, Pathak H, Saxena M, Sharma SK, Gautam R, Mukherjee A, Bhatnagar RP (2010) Spatial distribution of biomass consumption as energy in rural areas of the Indo-Gangetic plain. Biomass and Bioenergy 35:932-941.
  131. Sharma SK, Pathak H, Datta A, Saxena M, Saud T and Mandal TK (2011) Study on mixing ratio of atmospheric ammonia and other nitrogen components. Proc. Intern. Acad Ecol EnvironSci. 1(1):26-35.
  132. Sharma SK, Saxena M, Mandal TK, Ahammed YN, Pathak H, et al. (2011) Variations in mixing ratios of ambient ammonia, nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide in different environments of India. J. Food Process Technol. 1:101. doi:10.4172/2157-7617.1000102
  133. Simona Bassu, Nadine Brisson, Jean-Louis Durand, Kenneth Boote, Jon Lizaso, James W. Jones, Cynthia Rosenzweig, Alex C. Ruane, Myriam Adam, Christian Baron, Bruno Basso, Christian Biernath, Hendrik Boogaard, Sjaak Conijn, Marc Corbeels, Delphine Deryng, Giacomo De Sanctis, Sebastian Gayler, Patricio Grassini, Jerry Hatfield, Steven Hoek, Cesar Izaurralde, Raymond Jongschaap, Armen R. Kemanian, Christian K. Kersebaum, Naresh S. Kumar, David Makowski, Christoph Müller, Claas Nendel, Eckart Priesack, Maria Virginia Pravia, Soo-Hyung Kim, Federico Sau, Iurii Shcherbak, Fulu Tao, Edmar Teixeira, Dennis Timlin and Katharina Waha (2014). How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors?.Global Change Biology DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12520.
  134. Singh A, Pant D, Korres N, Nizami EAS, Prasad S and Jerry D (2010) Key issues in life cycle assessment of ethanol production from lignocellulosic biomass: Challenges and perspectives. Bioresource Technology, 101:5003–5012.
  135. Singh Abhai Pratap , Singh Rashmi, Mina Usha,   Singh M.P. and    Varshney CK.   (2011) Emissions of monoterpene from tropical Indian plant species and assessment of VOC emission from the forest of Haryana state, Atmos pollu Res. Vol2: 72-79.
  136. Singh Abhai, Pratap Singh Rashmi , Mina Usha,   Singh M.P. and    Varshney CK  (2010) Effects of different doses of nitrogen treatments on isoprene emission from Ficusglomerata.  J of App and Nat Sci Vol. 2(1): 17-21
  137. Singh R and Shukla A (2014) A review on methods of flue gas cleaning from combustion of biomass. Renewable Sustainable Energy Reviews, 29: 854-863.
  138. Singh R, Lata and Joshi HC (2012) Saccharification potential of Indian maize      cultivars for  biofuel production. Vegetos. 25(1): 121-126.
  139. Singh R, Lata, Pandey AK and Joshi HC. (2009). Enrichment of corn stillage after ethanol production. J of Environ Res and Dev. 20(3):890-892. 
  140. Singh R, Shukla A, Tiwari S and Srivastava M (2014) A review on delignification of lignocellulosic biomass for enhancement of ethanol production potential. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 32:713-728.
  141. Singh S (2011) Post anthesis biomass production and its allocation to vegetative and reproductive shoots of wheat and triticale cultivars. Electronic Wheat Information Service, E7278C8B7C2EE (Japan) 
  142. Singh S, Aggarwal P.K.and Yadav RN (2010) Growth and yield response of rice under    heat stress during vegetative, reproductive and ripening growth phases. IRRN, 0117-4185 
  143. Singh S, Mishra S,  and Kalpana S (2010). Phenotypic diversity for grain yield and nutritional traits in rice (Oryza sativa, L.). IRRN, Los Banos Laguna, Philippines, 0117-4185 
  144. Singh S, Zacharias M, Kalpana S and Mishra S (2012) Heavy metal accumulation and distribution pattern in different vegetable crops. J. Environ Chem and Ecotoxicology. 4 (3) DOI: 10.5897/JECE11.076 
  145. Singh SD, Chakrabarti B, Muralikrishna, KS, Chaturvedi AK, Kumar V., Mishra S and Harit R (2013) Yield response of important field crops to elevated air temperature and CO2 levels. Ind J. Agri. Sci. 83(10):1009-12.
  146. Srivastava A, Naresh Kumar S and Aggarwal PK (2010) Assessment on vulnerability of sorghum to climate change in India. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 138:160-169.
  147. Tomer R, Bhatia A, Kumar V, Kumar A, Singh R, Singh B and Singh SD (2014) Impact of Elevated Ozone on Growth, Yield and Nutritional Quality of Two Wheat Species in Northern India. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 14: 1392-1401.
  148. Wassmann R, Jagadish SVK, Heuer S, Ismail A, Redona E, Serraj R, Singh RK, Howell G, Pathak H, Sumfleth K (2009) Climate Change Affecting Rice Production: The Physiological and Agronomic Basis for Possible Adaptation Strategies. Adv Agron 101:59-122.
  149. Wassmann R, Jagadish SVK, Sumfleth K, Pathak H, Howell G, Ismail A, Serraj R, Redona E, Singh RK, Heuer S (2009) Regional vulnerability of climate change impacts on Asian rice production and scope for adaptation. Adv Agron 102: 91-133.