Publications

Book Chapters

2016

Paul, V. and Pandey, R.,(2016). Internal atmosphere of fruits: role and significance in ripening and storability. In: Postharvest Ripening Physiology of Crops. Series: Innovation in Postharvest Technology. Sunil Pareek (Ed.). CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. Boca Raton FL. pp359-412. ISBN: 13:978-1-4987-0381-9.

2016

  1. Anand, A. and Khetarpal, S. (2015). Impact of climate change on agricultural productivity. In Plant Biology and Biotechnology. Bahadur, B., Rajam, V., Leela, S. and Krishnamurthy, K.V. (eds.) Vol I: Plant diversity, Organization, Function and Improvement, Springer, India, pp 729-756.
  2. Arora, A.(2015). Genetic engineering of stay green traits for development of drought tolerant crops. In: Abiotic stress: challenges and prospects. Vol. 1 Pasala, R.K. Singh, Y., Bhagat, K.P. and Kumar, S. (eds.). Today and Tomorrow’s Printers & Publishers, New Delhi, India pp. 193-230.
  3. Arora, A. (2015). Molecular regulation of fruit ripening. In: Postharvest Ripening Physiology in Crops Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, Boca Raton, FL 33487, U.S.A.
  4. Lekshmy, S., Krishna, K.G., Jha, S.K., Sairam, R.K.  (2015). Mechanism of auxin mediated stress signaling in plants. In: Mechanism of Plant Hormone Signaling under Stress. Pandey, G.K. (Ed.), John Wiley & Sons, (In press).
  5. Lekshmy, S., Jha, S.K., Sairam R.K.  (2015). Physiological and molecular mechanisms of flooding tolerance in plants. In: Elucidation of Abiotic Stress Signaling in Plants. Pandey, G.K. (Ed.), Springer-Verlag, New York Inc., pp 227-242.
  6. Lekshmy, S. and Jain, V. (2015). Signaling and uptake mechanisms of nitrogen and potassium under nutrient stress in plants. In: Abiotic stress: challenges and prospects. Vol. 1 Pasala, R.K. Singh, Y., Bhagat, K.P. and Kumar, S. (eds.). Today and Tomorrow’s Printers & Publishers, New Delhi, India pp.  109-122.
  7. Pandey, R. (2015) Mineral nutrition of plants. In Plant Biology and Biotechnology. Bahadur, B., Rajam, V., Leela, S. and Krishnamurthy, K.V. (eds.).Volume I: Plant Diversity, Organization, Function and Improvement, Springer India, Pp. 499-538.
  8. Dalal, M., and Chinnusamy, V. (2015). ABA receptors: Prospects for enhancing biotic and abiotic stress tolerance of crops. In:  In: Elucidation of Abiotic Stress Signaling in Plants. Pandey, G.K. (Ed.), Springer-Verlag, New York Inc., pp 271-298.
  9. Sinha, S., Kukreja, B., Arora, P., Sharma, M., Pandey, G.K., Agarwal, M., Chinnusamy, V. (2015). The omics of cold stress responses in plants. In: Elucidation of Abiotic Stress Signaling in Plants. Pandey, G.K. (Ed.), Springer-Verlag, New York Inc.
  10. Joshi, R, Singh B, Bohra A, and Chinnusamy V. (2015). Chapter 4: Salt stress signaling pathways: specificity and crosstalk. In: Managing Salt Tolerance in Plants: Molecular and Genomic Perspectives S H Wani and M A Hossain (Eds.), CRC Press Pages 51–78. DOI: 10.1201/b19246-5
  11. Joshi, R. and Chinnusamy, V. (2014). Chapter 12: Antioxidant enzymes: Defense against high temperature stress. In: Oxidative Damage to Plants, P. Ahmad (Ed.). Elsevier Inc. USA, ISBN: 978-0-12-799963-0, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-799963-0.00001-0

 

2014

  1. Anand A. (2014). Seed treatment for improved crop growth and productivity. In Training manual of ICAR Sponsored Summer School on ‘Recent Innovations for Improving Nutrient Use Efficiency through Integrated Nutrient Management in Major Field Crops’ organized by Division of Agronomy, IARI, New Delhi, 6-26 August, 2014.
  2. Anand A. (2014). Membrane stability for assessment of cellular tolerance to abiotic stresses. In Training manual of ICAR Sponsored short course on ‘Non destructive phenotyping and phenomics for dissection of abiotic stress tolerance, gene discovery and crop improvement organized by Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, 14-23 July, 2014.
  3. Arora, A. (2014). "Phenotyping for stay green trait for drought and heat tolerance of crops". In : Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement”14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi.
  4. Arora, A. (2014). Abiotic stress in Horticultural crops. In : Training  manual on ‘Teaching of Post graduate courses in Horticulture’ 1Aug. 2013 - 31st Jan. 2014, pp 1-16.
  5. Arora, A. (2014). Molecular Regulation of Fruit Ripening/Senescence in Horticultural Crops. In: Training Manual on Application of Molecular Biology Tools and Bioinformatics in Agriculture Centre of Excellence in Agri-Biotechnology, Centre of Excellence in Agri-Biotechnology & Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility, College of Biotechnology, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agri. & Tech. Meerut,Uttar Pradesh, pp 1-6.
  6. Chinnusamy, V. and Pal, M. (2014). Non-destructive Phenotyping and phenomics for dissection of abiotic stress tolerance, gene discovery and crop improvement. Division of Plant Physiology, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi-110012, pages 140.
  7. Dalal, M. and Chinnusamy, V. (2014). Molecular Genetic Approaches for improvement of drought tolerance in rice. In: Abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants, Prakash, M. and Balakrishnan, K. (eds.), Satish Serial Publishing house, Delhi, ISBN. 978-93-81226-92-6, pp 1-22.
  8. Kumar, P. (2014).Padap niyamko ka sabji utpadan men mahatv evam upyog. In: Training Manual onAlu evam shakbhaji Phasalo mein Beej Utpadan, 19-25 March, 2014, Division of Seed Science and Technology, IARI, New Delhi,  pp 90-96.
  9. Kumar, P. (2014).Sabji beejo men sushupta.In: Training Manual onAlu evam shakbhaji Phasalo mein Beej Utpadan,19-25 March, 2014, Division of Seed Science and Technology, IARI, New Delhi, pp 126-129.
  10. Kumar, P., Yadav, S. and Pal, M. (2014). Role of accessory pigments in high temperature tolerance. In : Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement”14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 109-119.
  11. Lekshmy, S. and Pandey, R. (2014) Methods of plant phenotyping for nutrient deficiency stress tolerance and nutrient use efficiency. In : Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement”14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 102-104.
  12. Mishra, A.N.; Saiprasad, S.V.; Sharma, K. C. ;  Singh, A.K.; Saxena, D.C, Singh J.B., et al. (2014). In: Training Manual on Paudh Kisma AurKrishak Adhikar SanrakshanAdhiniyam” (Hindi), IARI Regional Station, Indore, 24 January 2014, pp. 57.
  13. Pal, M., Karwa, S., Chaturvedi, A.K. and Kumar, P. (2014). Phenotyping for high temperature stress tolerance in crop plants. In : Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement”14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 48-52.
  14. Pandey, R. and Lekshmy, S. (2014) Phenotyping for nutrient deficiency stress tolerance: Nitrogen and phosphorus. In : Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement”14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 94-101
  15. Pandey, R. and Paul, V. (2014). Chlorophyll fluorescence measurements. . In: Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement” 14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 120-123.
  16. Pandey, R. and Paul, V. (2014). Measurement of photosynthesis using infrared gas analyzer. . In: Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement” 14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 124-128.
  17. Paul, V. and Pandey, R. (2014). Measurement of plant respiration by infrared gas analyser (IRGA) for assessing tolerance to abiotic stresses.  In: Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement” 14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi,  Pp: 129-133.
  18. Singh, V. P. (2014)Phenotyping for staygreen trait using Soil Plant Analysis Device (SPAD) and Green seeker. In: Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement” 14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 53-59.

 

Popular Articles

  1. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R. and Pandey, R., (2015). Suppression of sprout growth on potatotuber by glyphosate. Processed Food Industry 18: 15-18.
  2. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R., Rakesh, Pandey and Atar, Singh., (2015). Little tubers as quality planting material in potato crop production). ParsarDoot 19: 23-25.
  3. Paul,V., Kumar, R., Pandey, R., Sahoo, R.N., Jha, S.K.,Singh, A., GuptaV.K. and AsreyR., (2015). Non-invasive assessment of tomato fruit firmness. IARI News (October-December, 2015) 21: 5-6.
  4. Kumar, P., Tomar, B.S., and Yadav, S. (2015). Coloured Fruits and Vegetables Keep Healthy. Indian Horticulture, 60: 3-6.
  5. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R. Rakesh Pandey and Atar Singh (2015). Little tubers as quality planting material in potato crop production). Parsar Doot 19: 23-25.
  6. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R. and Pandey, R. (2015). Suppression of sprout growth on potato tuber by glyphosate. Processed Food Industry 18: 15-18.
  7. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R. and Pandey, R., (2015). Suppression of sprout growth on potatotuber by glyphosate. Processed Food Industry 18: 15-18.
  8. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R., Rakesh, Pandey and Atar, Singh., (2015). Little tubers as quality planting material in potato crop production).ParsarDoot 19: 23-25.
  9. Paul,V., Kumar, R., Pandey, R., Sahoo, R.N., Jha, S.K.,Singh, A., GuptaV.K. and AsreyR., (2015). Non-invasive assessment of tomato fruit firmness. IARI News (October-December, 2015) 21: 5-6.
  10. Kumar, P., Tomar, B.S., and Yadav, S. (2015). Coloured Fruits and Vegetables Keep Healthy. Indian Horticulture60: 3-6.
  11. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R. Rakesh Pandey and Atar Singh (2015). Little tubers as quality planting material in potato crop production).Parsar Doot 19: 23-25.
  12. Paul, V., Ezekiel, R. and Pandey, R. (2015). Suppression of sprout growth on potato tuber by glyphosate. Processed Food Industry 18: 15-18.
  13. सिंह अनिल कुमार, जैन राकेश वर्मा, दिलीप कुमार, सक्सेना डी.सी. एवं अखिलेश नंदन (2015) | गेहूं की लाभदायक पछेती खेती ग्राम संस्कृति जनवरी 2015, पृष्ठ 15-16
  14. रेणु पाण्डेय, लक्ष्मी, एस (2015) | फसलों में खनिज तत्वों की कमी के लक्षण भारतीय कृषि अनुसंधान संस्थान नई दिल्ली
  15. शरद कुमार द्विवेदी, अजय अरोरा, वी.पी. सिंह, संतोष कुमार, प्रेम कुमार सुंदरम एवं नुपूर मालवीय (2014) | नाइट्रिक ऑक्साइड द्वारा ग्लेडियोलस के फूलों का संरक्षण : कृषकों के लिए लाभकारी विधि | स्टार कृषि अगस्त, 2014 पृष्ठ संख्या 15-16
  16. Tomar, B.S., Singh, S.P. and Kumar, P. (2014). Jayad Men Sabji Phaslo Sey Adik UtpadanKhad Patrika55: 15-29.
  17. Kumar, P., Singh , M. P., Shah, D. and Yadav, S. (2014). Mung Kee Phasal mein Jal Jamav Kee Samasya Ka Nidan. Kheti67: 14-15.
  18. रेणु सिंह एवं रेणु पाण्डेय (2014) | अमोनिया वाष्पीकरण द्वारा नाइट्रोजन क्षति | प्रसारदूत (दिसंबर), 51-52.
  19. Paul, V. and Ezekiel, R. (2014). Glyphosate as a sprout suppressant for potatoes during storage. ICAR News 20: 16.
  20. Paul, V., Pandey, R. and Singh, A. (2014). 1-Methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) mediated delay in tomato fruit ripening: Potential and perspectives for postharvest management.  Processed Food Industry 17: 16-22. 
  21. सिंह अनिल कुमार, वसीम अब्दुल, टी एल. प्रकाश सक्सेना, डी. सी. एवं मिश्रा अखिलेश नन्दन (2014) | "मशरूम की खेती- स्वस्थ्यवर्धक एवं लाभदायक" ग्राम संस्कृति, जनवरी, इंदौर, मध्य प्रदेश, पृष्ठ 27-28
  22. सिंह अनिल कुमार, सक्सेना दिनेश चन्द्र, वसीम अब्दुल, चौधरी उपेंद्र, वर्मा रामाधार एवं मिश्रा अखिलेश नन्दन (2014) | "पोषण तथा आमदनी हेतु 'पूसा नन्हा' (पपीता) की खेती | कृषि मंत्र, फरवरी 2014, पृष्ठ 32-35
  23. साई प्रसाद, एस. व्ही, सक्सेना, डी. सी., सिंह ए. के., वर्मा के. सी. एवं मिश्रा ए.एन. (2014) "बदलते मौसम परिदृश्य में आहार सुरक्षा हेतु गेहूं" | खेती सितंबर 2014, पृष्ठ 09-10
  24. सिंह अनिल कुमार, वर्मा कैलाश चन्द्र, वसीम अब्दुल, सिंह जंगबहादुर, सक्सेना डी. सी., अंबटी दिव्या, एवं टी. एल. प्रकाश (2014) | "फसल चक्र विविधिकरण हेतु तोरिया-सरसों की आधुनिक खेती" ग्राम संस्कृति, अक्टूबर 2014, पृष्ठ 25-28

 

 

Awards and Honours

Dr. Viswanthan Chinnusamy

NAAS Associate from 2010, National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, New Delhi

 

J.J. Chinoy Gold Medal (2012) by Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi

 

BOYSCAST Fellowship (DST, Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India) to carryout research at Prof. Jian-Kang Zhu’s Lab, Deptt. of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721, USA (12th June 2001 to 10th Sep 2002).

 

Post-doctoral Fellowship at University of California, Riverside to carryout research at Prof. Jian-Kang Zhu’s Lab, Dept of Botany & Plant Sciences, UCR, CA-92521, USA (26th Oct 2008 to 26th Oct 2010)

 

Jawaharlal Nehru Award by ICAR for best post-graduate Agricultural Research (2001)

 

IARI Merit Medal for Outstanding Academic Performance during Ph.D. (1999)

 

IARI Merit Medal for Outstanding Academic Performance during M.Sc. (1993)

Dr. Ajay Arora

IARI Best Teacher Award-2013 for outstanding contributions to teaching.

 

J. J. Chinoy Gold Medal (2010) by Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi

 

Fellow of Indian Society for Plant Physiology (2007)

 

Senior Award of the “Academy for the Advancement of Agricultural Sciences” by the Indian Society for Plant Physiology- (2007)

 

G.S. Sirohi Award (2010) for best published paper by Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, New Delhi

 

Japanese Society for Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) fellowship by DST, Govt. of India, for advance research in the area of Plant Molecular Physiology at University of Tsukuba, Japan (2001-2003)

 

Young Scientist Fellowship by the ‘American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’ and the ‘International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’ for participation in the International Young Scientist Symposium held at Montreal, Canada, 8-11 Oct., 2003

Dr. Madan Pal

J.J. Chinoy Gold Medal Award (2008) by Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi.

 

Fellow of Indian Society for Plant Physiology (2008)

 

India-International visiting Fellowship, 2006 (Royal Society, London).

 

International Fellow 2007 (Royal Society, London)

Dr. Vijay Paul

Fellow of Indian Society for Plant Physiology (2009)

 

Young Scientist Award (2003) for the work “Physiology of little potatoes produced on physiologically old mother tubers and their use as propagation material” by Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi.

Drs. Vijay Paul, Rakesh Pandey, R.N. Sahoo, V.K. Gupta and Atar Singh

Aryabhat Samman (2013) for their work entitled “Reflectance based rapid and non-destructive estimation of lycopene content and ripening stage of tomato fruits” awarded by Swadeshi Science Movement of India, Delhi (Vigyan Bharti, Delhi), NPL (CSIR), Delhi and IARI, New Delhi

Drs. Vijay Paul, Rakesh Pandey and Srivastava G.C. 

Best publication Award  2010 in the field of Food Technology” for their paper “Ripening of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.). Part II: Regulation by its stem scar region" awarded by Association of Food Scientists and Technologists of India

 

Best publication Award (2000) for the paper published in the Journal of Indian Potato Association by Indian Potato Association

Dr. Anjali Anand

Fellow of Indian Society for Plant Physiology (2012)

 

IARI Merit Medal for Outstanding Presentation of M.Sc. Research contribution (1992)

 

IARI Merit Medal for Outstanding Academic Performance during M.Sc. (1989-91)

Drs. V.K. Pandita, A. Anand, S. Nagarajan, R. Seth and S.N. Sinha

Best publication award 2013 for the article "Solid matrix priming improves seed emergence and crop performance in okra" awarded by Society for Advancement of Human and Nature, YS Parmar, University of Horticulture & Forestry, Solan

Drs. Asha Ram, D. Kumar, and A. Anand

Dhiru Morarji Memorial Award (2014) for second best paper "Direct and residual effect of sulfur on productivity, protein content and nutrient uptake in wheat under aerobic rice-wheat cropping system”

Dr. P. Sharma-Natu, , D.V. Singh,  Rakesh Pandey and M.C. Ghildiyal

Best publication award 2003 for the article "Protease activity in relation to mobilization of leaf nitrogen during pod development in irrigated and unirrigated chickpea cultivars" awarded by Indian Society for Plant Physiology

Dr. Renu Pandey

World Phosphate Institute (IMPHOS)-The Fertilizer Association of India (FAI) Gold Medal, Citation and Cash Prize (2015) for “Role of Phosphorus in Yield and Quality of Crops”

 

J. J.Chinoy Gold Medal Award (2014)

 

Fellow of Indian Society for Plant Physiology (2014)

 

BOYSCAST Fellowship (2006-07)

 

DST-Fast Track Young Scientist Award (2005)

 

R.D. Asana Gold Medal (2004), Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi

Dr. Pramod Kumar

Fellow of Indian Society for Plant Physiology (2010)

 

Best Hindi Article in Kheti, IARI, New Delhi (2010)

 

Senior Research Fellowship by CSIR (1989)

 

Junior Research Fellowship by CSIR (1987)

 

Junior Research Fellowship by UGC (1986)

Drs. Rakesh Pandey,  D. C. Saxena, Pramod Kumar,P.S. Deshmukh and SKhetarpal

Best publication award (2007) for the paper Bhumandliya Jalvayu Parivartan (Global Climate Change) ka Phasliya Podho par PrabhavEak Ankalan Tatha Vishlesha”  by Ministry of Earth Science, New Delhi

 

Best scientific popular article in Hindi (2010) on “Hormone Sey Badhhayen Sabji Ka Utpadan published in Kheti (2009) vol. 62: 5-9 by IARI, New Delhi

Dr. Dhandapani R.

Young Scientist Award (2010) for the work “Characterization of carotenoid biosynthesis pathway in banana” by Indian Society of Plant Physiology, New Delhi