2017

  1. Aien A, Chaturvedi AK, Bahuguna RN, Pal M. 2017. Phenological sensitivity to high temperature stress determines dry matter partitioning and yield in potato. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 22: 63-69.
  2. Babu N, Gopalakrishnan S, Vinod KK, Krishnamurthy SL, Singh VK, Pal M, Singh R, Ellur RK, Rai V, Bollinedi H, Bhowmick PK, Yadav AK, Nagarajan M, Singh NK, Prabhu KV, Singh AK. 2017. Marker Aided Incorporation of Saltol, a Major QTL Associated with Seedling Stage Salt Tolerance, into Oryza sativa ‘Pusa Basmati-1121’. Frontiers in Plant Sci. 8: 41.
  3. Barman A, Pandey R, Singh B, Das B. 2017. Manganese deficiency in wheat genotypes: Physiological responses and manganese deficiency tolerance index. Journal of Plant Nutrition 40: 2691-2708.
  4. Chaturvedi AK, Bahuguna RN, Pal M, Shah D, Maurya S, Jagadish KSV. 2017. Elevated CO2 and heat stress interactions affect grain yield, quality and mineral nutrient composition in rice under field conditions. Field Crops Research 206: 149–157.
  5. Chaturvedi AK, Bahuguna RN, Shah D, Pal M, Jagadish KSV. 2017. High temperature stress during flowering and grain filling offsets beneficial impact of elevated CO2 on assimilate partitioning and sink strength in rice. Scientific Reports, DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-07464-6
  6. Das B, Sahoo RN, Pargal S, Krishna G, Verma R, Chinnusamy V, Sehgal VK, Gupta VK. 2017. Comparison of different uni- and multi-variate techniques for monitoring leaf water status as an indicator of water-deficit stress in wheat through spectroscopy. Biosystems Engineering 160: 69-83.
  7. Das B, Sahooa RN, Pargal S, Krishna G, Verma R, Chinnusamy V, Sehgal VK, Gupta VK, Dash SK, Swain P. 2017. Quantitative monitoring of sucrose, reducing sugar and total sugar dynamics for phenotyping of water-deficit stress tolerance in rice through spectroscopy and chemometrics. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 192: 41-51.
  8. Dawlatzai AJ, Kumar D, Singh N, Anand A, Prasanna R. 2017. Effect of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria on growth, yield attributes and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 87: 1104–1108.
  9. Dhakar MK, Singh AK, Singh SK, Patel VB, Pal M. 2017. Induction of changes by nitrification inhibitor and nitrogen source on vegetative growth, physiological processes and biochemical constituents of Kinnow mandarin. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 87: 479–84.
  10. Dhandapani R, Singh VP, Arora A, Bhattacharya RC, Rajendran A. 2017. Differential accumulation of β-carotene and tissue specific expression of phytoene synthase (MaPsy) gene in banana (Musa sp) cultivars. J. Food Sci. Technol. 54: 4416-4426.
  11. Durga ML, Raju DVS, Pandey RN, Singh KP, Kumar P, Pandey R, Gopalakrishnan S, Chandra S. 2017. Soil test and targeted yield based primary nutrient management of marigold (Tagetus patula) in an Inceptisol. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 87(4): 500–504.
  12. Dwivedi SK, Arora A, Singh VP, Singh GP. 2017. Induction of water deficit tolerance in wheat due to exogenous application of plant growth regulators: membrane stability, water relations and photosynthesis. Photosynthetica 55: Doi. 10.1007/s11099-017-0695-2.
  13. 13. Dwivedi SK, Basu S, Kumar S, Kumar G, Prakasha V, Kumar S, Mishra JS, Bhatt BP, Malviya N, Singh GP, Arora A. 2017. Heat stress induced impairment of starch mobilisation regulates pollen viability and grain yield in wheat: Study in Eastern Indo-Gangetic Plains. Field Crops Research 206: 106-114
  14. Ganie AH, Ahmad A, Yousuf PY, Pandey R, Ahmad S, Aref IM, Iqbal M. 2017. Nitrogen-regulated changes in total amino acid profile of maize genotypes having contrasting response to nitrogen deficit. Protoplasma, 254(6): 2143-2153. doi 10.1007/s00709-017-1106-z
  15. Goswami S, Kumar RR, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2017. In planta silencing of NSs and Hc-Pro through RNAi constructs: to develop durable resistance. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 22: 577–586.
  16. Gupta S, Yadav R, Gaikwad K, Arora A, Kumar A, Kushwah A, Bainsla NK. 2017. Deciphering physiological basis of yield gain in Indian wheat cultivars. Cereal Research Communication https://doi.org/10.1556/0806.45.2017.023
  17. Hiremath SS, Sajeevan RS, Nataraja KN, Chaturvedi AK, Chinnusamy V, Pal M. 2017. Silencing of fatty acid desaturase (FAD7) gene enhances membrane stability and photosynthetic efficiency under heat stress in tobacco (Nicotiana benthamiana). Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 55: 532-541.
  18. Khongwir NKL, Singh MC, Singh KP, Arora A. 2017. Postharvest quality of tuberose (Polianthus tuberosa) loose flower as affected by elicitor treatment. Progressive Horticulture 49: 69-74.
  19. Krishna GK, Vishwakarma C, Thomas P, Aravind J, Kushwaha SR, Chinnusamy V. 2017. Association between ABA- and drought-mediated regulation of root traits and identification of potential SNPs in genes for root development in rice. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 78: 48-58.
  20. Kumar M, Kumar RR, Goswami S, Verma P, Rai RD, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2017. miR430: the novel heat-responsive microRNA identified from miRNome analysis in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 22: 566–576
  21. Kumar M, Yadav RK, Behera TK, Arora A, Talukdar A. 2017. Physiological and biochemical response of thermo-sensitive and tolerant tomato genotypes to high temperature stress. Indian Journal of Horticulture 74: 388-392.
  22. Kumar P, Shah D, Pal M. 2017. Evaluation of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes for heat tolerance: a physiological assessment. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 22: 164-177.
  23. Kumar RR, Goswami S, Shamim Md, Mishra U, Jain M, Singh K, Singh JP, Dubey K, Singh S, Rai GP, Singh GP, Pathak H, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2017. Biochemical defense response: Characterizing the plasticity of source and sink in spring wheat under terminal heat stress. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01603.
  24. Kumar RR, Goswami S, Shamim M, Dubey K, Singh K, Singh S, Kala YK, Niraj RRK, Sakhrey A, Singh GP, Grover M, Singh B, Rai GK, Rai AK, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2017. Exploring the heat-responsive chaperones and microsatellite markers associated with terminal heat stress tolerance in developing wheat. Functional & Integrative Genomics 17: 621-640.
  25. Kumar S, Awasthi OP, Dubey AK, Pandey R, Sharma VK, Mishra AK, Sharma RM. 2017. Root morphology and the effect of rootstocks on leaf nutrient acquisition of Kinnow mandarin (Citrus nobilis Loureiro × Citrus reticulata Blanco). Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 93: 100-106
  26. Kumari A, Jain P, Kamboj R, Sharma TR. 2017. RNASeq reveals differential regulation of genes in resistant and susceptible rice varieties during early phases of infection with Rhizoctonia solani. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 77: 475-484.
  27. Kumari P, Raju DVS, Prasad KV, Singh KP, Saha S, Arora A, Hossain F. 2017. Estimation of total anthocyanin content and their antioxidant activity in Indian rose varieties. Ind. J. Agr. Sciences 87(10): 1340-1346.
  28. Kumari P, Raju DVS, Prasad KV, Singh KP, Saha S, Arora A, Hossain F. 2017. Rose leaves, a potential nutraceutical: An assessment of the total anthocyanin content and total phenolic content. Chemical Science Review and Letters 6: 1333-1337.
  29. Kumari S. 2017. Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) growth and productivity changes through acquisition of limiting nutrients (Nitrogen-N and Phosphorus-P) by rhizobium and microphos. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 6: 2381-2386.
  30. Kumari S. 2017. Effect of growth retardant (CCC) and growth promoter (6-FAP) on seedling growth and chlorophyll content of coleoptile leaves in pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum L.) under moisture stress. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 6: 2522-2529.
  31. 31. Kumari S. 2017. Effect of kinetin (6-FAP) and cycocel (CCC) on growth, metabolism and cellular organelles in pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum L.) under water stress. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 6: 2711-2719.
  32. Kumari S. 2017. Effects of nitrogen levels on anatomy, growth, and chlorophyll content in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) leaves. Journal of Agricultural Science (Canada) 9: 208-219.
  33. Muthusamy SK, Dalal M, Chinnusamy V, Bansal KC. 2017. Genome-wide identification and analysis of biotic and abiotic stress regulation of small heat shock protein (HSP20) family genes in bread wheat. Journal of Plant Physiology 211:100-113
  34. Phukan D, Goyal V, Palit P, Kalia R, Koundal M, Mithra SVA, Ravi I, Yadava DK, Chinnusamy V, Mohapatra T. 2017. Expression analysis of candidate genes for abiotic stress tolerance in Brassica genotypes with contrasting osmotic stress tolerance. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 55: 333-343.
  35. Pradhan S, Goswami AK, Singh SK, Prakash J, Goswami S, Chinnusamy V, Talukdar A, Srivastava V, Kumar A. 2017. Physiological and biochemical alterations due to low temperature stress in papaya genotypes. Indian Journal of Horticulture 74: 491-497.
  36. Rai H, Raju DVS, Prasad KV, Singh M, Kumar G, Pandey RN, Lekshmy S. 2017. Evaluation of Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat. varieties for salinity tolerance under hydroponic system. Indian Journal of Agriculture Sciences (In Press)
  37. Reddy Y, Talukdar A, Dikshhit H, Singh VP, Rana M, Chand D. 2017. Response of different yield components as selection criteria for yield and yield components in early generations of lentil (Lens culinaris L.) Legume Research 40: 160-164.
  38. Roy S, Arora A, Chinnusamy V, Singh VP. 2017. Endogenous reduced ascorbate: an indicator of plant water deficit stress in wheat. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 22: 365-368.
  39. Sharma N, Yadav A, Anand A, Khetarpal S, Kumar D, Trivedi SM. 2017. Adverse effect of increase in minimum temperature during early grain filling period on grain growth and quality in indica rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 87: 883-888.
  40. Sharma N, Yadav A, Khetarpal S, Anand A, Sathee L, Kumar RR, Singh B, Naresh KS, Pushkar S. 2017. High day-night transition temperature alters nocturnal starch metabolism in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 39: 74-82.
  41. Singh D, Singh CK, Kumari S, Tomar RSS, Karwa S, Singh R, Singh RB, Sarkar SK, Pal M. 2017. Discerning morpho-anatomical, physiological and molecular multiformity in cultivated and wild genotypes of lentil with reconciliation to salinity stress. Plos One 1-32, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0177465
  42. Singh D, Singh CK, Taunk J, Tomar RSS, Chaturvedi AK, Gaikwad K, Pal M. 2017. Transcriptome analysis of lentil (Lens culinaris Medikus) in response to seedling drought stress. BMC Genomics 18 : 206. DOI: 10.1186/s12864-017-3596-7
  43. Singh K, Dubey AK, Kamil D, Lekshmy S, Awasthi OP, Jha GK, Sharma R M. 2017. Changes in the citrus rootstock genotypes following Phytophthora nicotianae Breda de Haan induced stress. Indian Journal of Agriculture Sciences 88 : 786-790.
  44. Soumya PR, Kumar P, Pal M. 2017. Paclobutrazol: a novel plant growth regulator and multi-stress ameliorant. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 22 : 267–278.
  45. Soumya PR, Kumar P. 2017. Optimization of paclobutrazol dose for foliar and drenching applications under water deficit stress in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management 8 : 566-573.
  46. Vengavasi K, Pandey R, Abraham G, Yadav RK. 2017. Comparative analysis of soybean root proteome reveals molecular basis of differential carboxylate efflux under low phosphorus stress. Genes 8 : 341. doi:10.3390/genes8120341

2018

  1. Adavi SB, Lekshmy S, Pandey R, Jha SK, Singh O, Chinnusamy V. 2018. Elevated CO2 conditions differentially modulates nitrogen assimilatory gene expression in nitrogen deficiency tolerant and nitrogen deficiency sensitive wheat genotypes. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding (Accepted).
  2. Ali A, Goswami S, Kumar RR, Singh K, Singh J.P, Kumar A, Kumari A, Sakhare A, Rai GK, Praveen S. 2018. Wheat oxygen evolving enhancer protein: Identification and characterization of Mn-binding metalloprotein of photosynthetic pathway involved in regulating photosytem II integrity and network of antioxidant enzymes under heat stress. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences.7: 177–192.
  3. Aparna V, Prakash K, Neema M, Arora A, Kumar NP, Singh MC. 2018. Effect of gibberellic acid on plant growth and flowering of Chrysanthemum cv. thaichen queen under short day planting conditions. Int. J.Agr. Sci. 10(11): 6274-6278.
  4. Borah P, Das A, Milner MJ, Ali A, Bentley AR, Pandey R. 2018. Long non-coding RNAs as endogenous target mimics and exploration of their role in low nutrient stress tolerance in plants. Genes 9: 459; doi:10.3390/genes9090459
  5. Chaudhary N, Sindhu SS, Kumar R, Saha TN, Raju DVS, Arora A, Sharma RR. 2018. Effect of growing media composition on growth, flowering and bulb production of LA hybrid (Red Alert) and Oriental (Avocado) group of Lilium under protected condition. Ind. J.Agr. Sci. 88(12): 1843-1847.
  6. Das B, Sahoo RN, Biswas A, Pargal S, Krishna G, Verma R, Chinnusamy V, Sehgal VK, Gupta VK. 2018. Discrimination of rice genotypes using field spectroradiometry. Geocarto International doi.org/10.1080/10106049.2018.1506507.
  7. Gadpayle KA, Bhattacharyya R, Pal M, Fulekar MH. 2018.Additional N supply improves grain yield in triticale (× Triticosecalesp.) better than wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under elevated CO2 environment. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 23(3): 521–528.
  8. Gurumurthy S, Arora A, Sarkar B, Harikrishna, Singh VP, Meena SK, Kumar P, Singh PK. 2018. Individual heat and combined heat drought stresses in wheat: variation in NDVI and canopy temperature. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 7(10): 2676-2684.
  9. Hiremath VM, Jain R, Jain N, Arora A, Swaroop K, Singh MK, Kumar P, Kumar G. 2018. Quantification of total endogenous ascorbic acid from chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum × morifolium) cultivars and its association with postharvest life. Ind. J. Agr. Sci. 88(9): 1429-33.
  10. Hiremath VM, Jain R, Arora A, Jain N, Swaroop K, Singh MK, Kumar P, Kumar G. 2018. Delaying petal and leaf senescence in Yellow Star chrysanthemum using ascorbic acid. Ind. J. Hort. 75(3): 506-511.
  11. Jain N, Singh GP, Pandey R, Ramya P, Singh PK, Nivedita, Prabhu KV. 2018. Chlorophyll fluorescence kinetics and response of wheat (Triticum aestivum) under high temperature stress. Indian J. Exp. Biol. 56: 194-201.
  12. Jakhar P, Rana KS, Dass A, Choudhary AK, Kumar P, Meena MC, Choudhary M. 2018.Tillage and residue retention effect on crop and water productivity of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) under rainfed conditions. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 88(1): 47–53.
  13. Jayanthi M, Anand A. 2018. Exposure to magnetic fields reveals a positive effect on in vitro propagation of Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni). Sugar Tech 21:691–695.
  14. Khongwir NKL, Singh MC, Singh KP, Arora A. 2018. Influence of different polyethylene packaging on shelf life of tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa Linn.) loose flowers. MOJ Current Res. Review 1(6): 247-252.
  15. Krishna G, Sahoo RN, Singh P, Bajpai V, Patra H, Kumar S, Dandapani R, Gupta VK, Viswanathan C, Ahmad T, Sahoo PM. 2019. Comparison of various modelling approaches for water deficit stress monitoring in rice crop through hyperspectral remote sensing. Agricultural Water Management 213: 231–244.
  16. Krishna GK, Vishwakarma C, Thomas P, Aravind J, Kushwaha SR, Chinnusamy V. 2018. Association between ABA- and drought-mediated regulation of root traits and identification of potential SNPs in genes for root development in rice. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 78: 48-58.
  17. Kumar A, Batra R, Gahlaut V, Gautam T, Kumar S, Sharma M, Tyagi S, Singh KP, Balyan HS, Pandey R, Gupta PK. 2018. Genome-Wide identification and characterization of gene family for RWP-RK transcription factors in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). PLoS One 13(12): e0208409. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0208409
  18. Kumar M, Sharma RK, Singh GP, Kumar P, Kala YK, Gajghate R. 2018. Study on inter-relationship among yield components and physiological traits in wheat (Triticum aestivum L. Em. Thell) with reference to terminal heat tolerance. International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Biotechnology (IJAEB) 11: 899-905.
  19. Kumar M, Yadav RK, Behera TK, Talukdar A, Arora A. 2018. Genetic diversity analysis in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) using microsatellite markers. Ind. J. Agr. Sci. 88(1): 74-78.
  20. Kumar RR, Goswami S, Dubey K, Singh K, Singh JP, Kumar A, Rai GK, Singh SD, Bakshi S, Singh B, Pathak H, Chinnusamy V, Rai RD, Praveen S. 2018. RuBisCo activase—a catalytic chaperone involved in modulating the RuBisCo activity and heat stress-tolerance in wheat. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology https://doi.org/10.1007/s13562-018-0463-9.
  21. Kumar RR, Goswami S, Singh K, Dubey K, Rai GK, Singh B, Singh S, Grover M, Mishra D, Kumar S, Bakshi S, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2018. Characterization of novel heat-responsive transcription factor (TaHSFA6e) gene involved in regulation of heat shock proteins (HSPs)—A key member of heat stress-tolerance network of wheat. J. Biotechnol. 279: 1-12
  22. Kumar RR, Singh K, Ahuja S, Tasleem M, Singh I, Kumar S, Grover M, Mishra D, Rai GK, Goswami S, Singh GP, Chinnusamy V, Rai A, Praveen S. 2018. Quantitative proteomic analysis reveals novel stress-associated active proteins (SAAPs) and pathways involved in modulating tolerance of wheat under terminal heat. Functional & Integrative Genomics https://doi.org/10.1007/s10142-018-0648-2.
  23. Kumar RR, Tasleem M, Jain M, Ahuja S, Goswami S, Bakshi S, Jambhulkar S, Singh SD, Singh GP, Pathak H, Viswanathan C, Praveen S. 2018. Nitric oxide triggered defense network in wheat: augmenting tolerance and grain-quality related traits under heat-induced oxidative damage. Environmental and Experimental Botany https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envexpbot.2018.11.016.
  24. Kumar S, Chinnusamy V, Mohapatra T. 2018. Epigenetics of modified DNA bases: 5-methylcytosine and beyond. Frontiers in Genetics 9: 640. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2018.00640.
  25. Kumar S, Dhandapani R., Sahoo R.N, Viswanathan C. 2018. Phenomics, a tool to breed efficient variety. Endeavour in Agricultural Sciences (Special Issue) 52-57.
  26. Kumar S, Panwar AS, Naresh RK, Singh P, Mahajan NC, Chowdhary U, Kumar S, Malik M, Meena AL, Ghashal PC, Meena LK, Chowdhary J. 2018. Improving Rice-wheat cropping system through precision nitrogen management: A review. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 7: 1119-1128
  27. Kumar S, Tomar BS, Saharawat YS, Arora A. 2018. Foliar spray of mineral nutrients enhanced the growth, seed yield, and quality in onion (Allium cepa L.) cv. Pusa Riddhi. Journal Plant Nutrition 9: 1155-1162.
  28. Latha GM, Raman KV, Lima JM, Pattanayak D, Singh AK, Chinnusamy V, Bansal KC, Rao KRSS, Mohapatra T. 2018. Genetic engineering of indica rice with atdreb1a gene for enhanced abiotic stress tolerance. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture https://doi.org/10.1007/s11240-018-1505-7.
  29. Lekshmy S, Adavi SB, Jain V, Pandey R, Khetarpal S, Meena HS, Kumar A. 2018. Influence of elevated CO2 on kinetics and expression of high affinity nitrate transport systems in wheat. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 23: 111–117.
  30. Lenka SK, Muthusamy SK, Chinnusamy V, Bansal KC. 2018. Ectopic Expression of rice PYL3 enhances cold and drought tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Biotechnology 60: 350-361.
  31. Mehraj U, Panwar S, Singh KP, Namita, Pandey R, Solanke AU, Mallick N. 2018. Development of protocol for in vitro rooting and hardening of doubled haploid line of Tagetes erecta L. derived through ovule culture. Indian Journal of Horticulture 75(4): 651-656. DOI: 10.5958/0974-0112.2018.00108.1
  32. Muthusamy SK, Lenka SK, Katiyar A, Chinnusamy V, Singh AK, Bansal KC. 2018. Genome-wide identification and analysis of biotic and abiotic stress regulation of C4 photosynthetic pathway genes in rice. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12010-018-2809-0.
  33. Pandey R, Lal MK, Vengavasi K. 2018. Differential response of hexaploid and tetraploid wheat to interactive effects of elevated [CO2] and low phosphorus. Plant Cell Reports doi.org/10.1007/s00299-018-2307-4
  34. Pandi GGP, Chander S, Singh MP,Pathak H. 2018. Impact of elevated CO2 and temperature on brown planthopper population in rice ecosystem. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences 88(1): 57–64.
  35. Pareek A, Arora A, Dhankher OP. 2018. Stepping forward and taking reverse as we move ahead in genetics. Ind. J. Plant Physiol. 1-2.
  36. Parveen S, Kumar RR, Anand A, Singh B. 2018. Combined deficiency of nitrogen and iron increases senescence induced remobilization of plant immobile iron in wheat. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 40: 211.
  37. Paul V, Ezekiel R, Pandey R. 2018. Effective utilization of cold storage space demands for more multi-chamber cold stores and increased utilization of potatoes for processing. Indian Food Industry 37: 44-48.
  38. Paul V, Ezekiel R, Pandey R. 2018. Guidelines for reducing acrylamide in processed potato products. Indian Food Industry 36: 36-41.
  39. Paul V, Ezekiel R, Pandey R. 2018. Use of CIPC as a potato sprout suppressant: health and environmental concerns and future options. Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops and Foods (Netherlands) 10: 17-24.
  40. Ram A, Kumar D, Shivay YS, Anand A, Singh N, Dev I. 2018. Effect of sulphur on growth, productivity, and economics of wheat (Triticum aestivum) and residual soil fertility under aerobic rice (Oryza sativa)–wheat cropping system in Inceptisols. Indian Journal of Agronomy 63: 271 – 277.
  41. Reddy SH, Kambalimath SK, Singhal RK, Chikkakariyappa M, Raveendran M, Mavinahalli R, Sreevathsa R, Sevanthi AM, Neelamraju S, Chinnusamy V, Gopal Krishnan S, Singh AK, Singh NK, Sharma RP, Sreeman S. 2018. Allele specific analysis of single parent backcross population identifies HOX10 transcription factor as a candidate gene regulating rice root growth. Physiologia Plantarum 166(2): 596-611.
  42. Sahoo T, Verma MK, Singh SK, Thakre M, Sharma RR, Jaiswal S, Arora A. 2018. Morphological and biochemical characterization of newly evolved grape (Vitis vinifera) hybrids. Ind. J. Agr. Sci. 88(8): 1280-1286.
  43. Sathee L, Adavi SB, Jain V, Pandey R, Khetarpal S, Meena HS and Kumar A. 2018. Influence of Elevated CO2 on kinetics and expression of high affinity nitrate transport systems in wheat. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 23(1):111-117.
  44. Sharma L, Dalal M, Verma RK, Kumar SVV, Yadav SK, Pushkar S, Kushwaha SR, Bhowmik A, Chinnusamy V. 2018. Auxin protects spikelet fertility and grain yield under drought and heat stresses in rice. Environmental and Experimental Botany 150: 9-24.
  45. Sharma L, Saha S, Mondal T, Pushkar S, Roy S, Chinnusamy V. 2018. Standardization and validation of a LC-method for quantification of indole-3-acetic acid content in different rice genotypes. Pesticide Research Journal 30: 16-23.
  46. Sharma S, Borah P, Meena MK, Bindraban P, Pandey R. 2018. Evaluation of genotypic variation for growth of rice seedlings under optimized hydroponics medium. Indian J. Genet. 78(3): 292-301. doi.org/10.31742/IJGPB.78.3.3
  47. Sharma S, Malhotra H, Borah P, Meena MK, Bindraban P, Chandra S, Pande V, Pandey R. 2018. Foliar application of organic and inorganic iron formulation induces differential detoxification response to improve growth and biofortification in soybean. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology doi.org/10.1007/s40502-018-0412-6
  48. Singh CK, Singh D, Tomar RSS, Sourabh K, Upadhyaya KC, Pal M. 2018. Molecular mapping of aluminium resistance loci based on root re-growth and Al-induced fluorescent signals (callose accumulation) in lentil (Lens culinarisMedikus). Molecular Biology Reports 45: 2103
  49. Singh D, Singh CK, Singh YP, Singh V, Singh R, Tomar RSS, Sanwal SK, Karwa S, Mishra VK, Sarkar SK, Pal M, Kumar A, Yadav RK, Sharma PC. 2018. Evaluation of cultivated and wild genotypes of lens species under alkalinity stress and their molecular collocation using microsatellite markers. PLOS ONE13(8): e0199933.
  50. Singh K, Sharma RM, Dubey AK, Kamil D, Lekshmy S, Awasthi OP and Jha GK, 2018. Response of the citrus rootstock genotypes against artificial inoculation of Phytophthora nicotianae. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 88(5):786-790.
  51. Singh SK, Tomar BS, Anand A, Prakash K. 2018. Effect of growth regulators on growth, yield and seed quality attributes in garden pea cv. Pusa Pragati. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 88:1730-1734.
  52. Singh SK, Tomar BS, Shivay YS, Joshi MA, Anand A, Rajender P, Kumari S. 2018. Effect of levels and sources of phosphorus on morpho-physiological, seed yield and quality parameters in garden pea (Pisum sativum). Indian Journal of Agronomy 63: 477-481.
  53. Singh VK, Singh BD, Kumar A, Maurya S, Krishnan SG, Vinod KK, Singh, MP, Ellur RK, Bhowmick PK, Singh AK. 2018. Marker-assisted introgression of saltolQTL enhances seedling stage salt tolerance in the rice variety “Pusa Basmati 1”. International Journal of Genomics, doi.org/10.1155/2018/8319879
  54. Susha VS, Das TK, Nath CP, Pandey R, Paul S, Ghosh S. 2018. Impacts of tillage and herbicide mixture on weed interference, agronomic productivity and profitability of a maize–Wheat system in the North-western Indo-Gangetic Plains. Field Crops Res. 219:180-191.
  55. Veluru A, Neema M, Prakash K, Arora A, Kumar PN, Singh MC. 2018. Regulation of chrysanthemum cut flower senescence using 5-sulfosalicylic acid and aluminum sulphate. J. Appl. Hort. 20(3): 242-246.
  56. Vengavasi K, Pandey R. 2018. Root exudation potential in contrasting soybean genotypes in response to low soil phosphorus availability is determined by photo-biochemical processes. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 124: 1–9.
  57. Vijayakumar HP, Vijayakumar A, Srimathi P, Somasundaram G, Rajendra Prasad S, Natarajan S, Dhandapani R, Boraiah KM,Vishwanath K. 2018. Biochemical changes in naturally aged seeds of soybean genotypes with good and poor storability. Legume Research, DOI: 1018805/LR-3931,1-7.

2019

  1. Adavi SB, Sathee L, Padhan BK, Singh O, Meena HS, Durgesh. 2019. Visualization of nitric oxide, measurement of nitrosothiols content, activity of NOS and NR in wheat seedlings. Bio-protocol 9 (20):e3402
  2. Adavi SB, Sathee L. 2019. Elevated CO2-induced production of nitric oxide differentially modulates nitrate assimilation and root growth of wheat seedlings in a nitrate dose-dependent manner. Protoplasma 256(1):147-159.
  3. Ali PVK, Singh A, Vishwakarma C, Krishnan V, Chinnusamy V, Tyagi A. 2019. Starch accumulation in rice grains subjected to drought during grain filling stage. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 142: 440-451.
  4. Ambika R, Lal SK, Jain SK and Dhandapani R. 2019. Screening of soybean genotypes for pre-germination anaerobic stress tolerance to water logging. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry; SP2: 01-03
  5. Ambika R, Lal SK, Jain SK, Dhandapani R. 2019. Seed traits as factors influencing pre-germination anaerobic stress tolerance to water logging tolerance in soybean. Res. J. Biotechnol. 14(6): 74-79
  6. Anand A, Kumari A, Thakur M, Koul A. 2019. Hydrogen peroxide signaling integrates with phytohormones during the germination of magnetoprimed tomato seeds. Scientific Reports 9:8814.
  7. Barman D, Ghimire OP, Chinnusamy V, Kumar RR, Arora A. 2019. Amelioration of heat stress during reproductive stage in rice by melatonin. Ind J Agr Sci. 89(7): 91-96.
  8. Batra R, Agarwal P, Tyagi S, Saini DK, Kumar V, Kumar A, Kumar S, Balyan HS, Pandey R, Gupta PK. 2019. A study of CCD8 genes/proteins in seven monocots and eight dicots. PLoS ONE 14(3): e0213531. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0213531
  9. 9. Choudhary M, Rana KS, Kumar P. 2019. Nutritive value of pearl millet stover as influenced by tillage, crop residue and sulphur fertilization. Range Management & Agroforestry 40 (1): 150-155.
  10. Das B, Sahoo RN, Pargal S, Krishna G, Verma R, Chinnusamy V, Sehgal VK, Gupta VK. 2019. Comparative analysis of index and chemometric techniques-based assessment of leaf area index (LAI) in wheat through field spectroradiometer, Landsat-8, Sentinel-2 and Hyperion bands. Geocarto International https://doi.org/10.1080/10106049.2019.1581271
  11. Dwivedi SK, Arora A, Singh VP. 2019. Effects of exogenously applied plant growth regulators on the physiology and anti-oxidant activity of wheat under water deficit condition. Plant Physiol Reports 24(1): 54-62.
  12. Farag MI, Behera TK, Munshi AD, Bharadwaj C, Jat GS, Khanna M, Chinnusamy V. 2019. Physiological analysis of drought tolerance of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) genotypes. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89: 1445–50.
  13. Fayaz H, Rather IA, Wani AA, Tyagi S, Pandey R, Mir RR. 2019. Characterization of chickpea gene pools for nutrient concentrations under agro-climatic conditions of North-Western Himalayas. Plant Genetic Resources: Characterization and Utilization 1–4. Doi:10.1017/S147926211900025X
  14. Ghodke PH, Ramakrishnan S, Shirsat DV, Vani GK, Arora A. 2019. Morphological characterization of wheat genotypes for stay green and physiological traits by multivariate analysis under drought stress. Plant Physiol Reports. 24(3): 305-315.
  15. Gupta MK, Sharma V, Lenka SK, Chinnusamy V. 2019. In silico study revealed major conserve architectures and novel features of pyrabactin binding to Oryza sativa ABA receptors compare to the Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics 9:1-14. Doi: 10.1080/07391102.2019.1654922.
  16. Gurumurthy S, Arora A, Sarkar B, Harikrishna, Singh VP, Yadav R, Chinnusamy V. 2019. Phenotyping for stem reserve mobilization efficiency under heat, drought and combined stress along with defoliation in wheat (Triticum aestivum). Ind J Agr Sci. 89(5): 757-762.
  17. Guru-Pirasanna-Pandi G, Chander S, Singh MP, Soumia PS, Sujithra M. 2019. Imidacloprid efficacy against brown planthopper, Nilaparvatalugens under elevated carbon dioxide and temperature. Current Science 117(7): 1199-1206.
  18. Kalal P, Sharma RM, Dubey AK, Kamil D, Lekshmy S, Kumar A, Awasthi OP. 2019. Physio-biochemical responses of hybrid citrus rootstock progenies to NaCl induced salinity. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89 (6): 975-982.
  19. Khongwir NKL, Singh MC, Singh KP, Arora A. 2019. Influence of different polyethylene packaging on shelf life of tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa Linn.) loose flowers. Acta Sci Agr. 3.1: 146-152.
  20. Krishna G, Sahoo RN, Singh P, Bajpai V, Patra H, Kumar S, Dandapani R, Gupta VK, Viswanathan C, Ahmad T, Sahoo PM. 2019. Comparison of various modelling approaches for water deficit stress monitoring in rice crop through hyperspectral remote sensing. Agricultural Water Management 213: 231–244.
  21. Krishna G, Sahoo RN, Singh P, Patra H, Bajpai V, Das B, Kumar S, Raju D, Vishwakarma C, Pal M, Chinnusamy V. 2019. Application of thermal imaging and hyperspectral remote sensing for crop water deficit stress monitoring. Geocarto International 1-18. doi: 10.1080/10106049.2019.1618922
  22. Krishna G, Sahoo RN, Singh P, Patra H, Bajpai V, Das B, Kumar S, Dhandapani R, Vishwakarma C, Singh MP, Viswanathan C. 2019. Application of thermal imaging and hyperspectral remote sensing for crop water deficit stress monitoring, Geocarto International, DOI: 10.1080/10106049.2019.1618922
  23. Kumar P, Sharma RK. 2019. Development of SPAD value-based linear models for non-destructive estimation of photosynthetic pigments in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding 79(1): 96-99. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31742/IJGPB.79.1.13
  24. Kumar P. 2019. Diurnal Alterations in photosynthetic pigments and chlorophyll fluorescence in stay green wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes under heat stress. International Journal of Current Microbiology & Applied Sciences 8(8): 2235-2241.
  25. Kumar RR, Goswami S, Dubey K, Singh K, Singh JP, Kumar A, Rai GK, Singh SD, Bakshi S, Singh B, Pathak H, Chinnusamy V, Rai RD, Praveen S. 2019. RuBisCo activase—a catalytic chaperone involved in modulating the RuBisCo activity and heat stress-tolerance in wheat. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology 28: 63-75.
  26. Kumar RR, Hasija S, Goswami S, Tasleem M, Sakhare A, Kumar S, Bakshi S, Jambhulkar S, Rai GK, Singh B, Singh GP, Pathak H, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2019. Gamma irradiation protects the developing wheat endosperm from oxidative damage by balancing the trade-off between the defence network and grains quality. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 174: 637-648.
  27. Kumar RR, Tasleem M, Singh K, Ahuja S, Sakhare A, Kumar S, Goswami S, Singh S, Singh GP, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2019. NO protect the wheat embryo from oxidative damage by triggering the biochemical defence network and amylolytic activity. Plant Physiology Reports 24: 35-45.
  28. Lal MK, Vengavasi K, Pandey R. 2019. Interactive effects of low phosphorus and elevated CO2 on root exudation and nutrient uptake in wheat is modified under sulphur nutrition. Plant Physiology Report 24(1):63–73, doi: 10.1007/s40502-019-0433-9
  29. Lenka SK, Singh AK, Muthusamy SK, Smita S, Chinnusamy V, Bansal KC. 2019. Heterologous expression of rice RNA binding glycine rich (RBG) gene OsRBGD3 in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana confers cold stress tolerance. Functional Plant Biology 46: 482-491.
  30. Malaviya DR, Roy AK, Anand A, Choubey RN, Baig, MJ, Dwivedi K, Kushwaha N, Kaushal P. 2019. Salinity tolerance of Panicum maximum genotypes for germination and seedling growth. Range Management and Agroforestry 40: 227-235.
  31. Malhotra H, Pandey R, Sharma S, Bindraban P .2019. Foliar fertilization: possible routes of iron transport from leaf surface to cell organelles. Arch Agron Soil Sci 66:3, 279-300: DOI: 10.1080/03650340.2019.1616288
  32. Mehraj U, Panwar S, Singh KP, Namita, Pandey R, Solanke AU, Mallick N, Kumar S. 2019. Assessment of clonal fidelity of doubled haploid line of marigold (Tagetes erecta) using microsatellite markers. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89(7): 1162–1166.
  33. Misra T, Arora A, Marwaha S, Ray M, Raju D, Kumar S, Goel S, Sahoo RN, Chinnusamy V. 2019. Artificial neural network for estimating leaf fresh weight of rice plant through visual-NIR imaging. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89: 1698–1702.
  34. Muthusamy SK, Lenka SK, Katiyar A, Chinnusamy V, Singh AK, Bansal KC. 2019. Genome-wide identification and analysis of biotic and abiotic stress regulation of C4 photosynthetic pathway genes in rice. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 187: 221-238.
  35. Paul V, Pandey R, Malik SK. 2019. Varietal variations in rate of ripening and respiration of mango (Mangifera indica L.) fruits: Anatomical substantiation. Plant Physiology Reports 24: 340-350.
  36. Pradhan S, Goswami AK, Singh SK, Prakash J, Goswami S, Chinnusamy V, Talukdar A, Maurya NK. 2019. Low temperature stress induced physiological and biochemical alterations in papaya genotypes. South African Journal of Botany 123: 133-141.
  37. Prajapati U, Asrey R, Arora A, Singh AK, Hasan M. 2019. Differential effects of abscisic acid and fluridone on postharvest quality parameters of detached Capsicum (Capsicum annuum L.) fruits. J Sci Indust Res.78: 242-247.
  38. Ramkumar MK, Senthil Kumar S, Gaikwad K, Pandey R, Chinnusamy V, Singh NK, Singh AK, Mohapatra T, Sevanthi AM. 2019. A novel stay-green mutant of rice with delayed leaf senescence and better harvest index confers drought tolerance. Plants (Basel) 8(10). pii: E375. doi: 10.3390/plants8100375.
  39. Ranjan R, Yadav R, Pandey R, Jain N, Bainsla NK, Gaikwad KB, Singh AM. 2019. Variation in wheat (Triticum aestivum) advance lines and released cultivars for traits associated with nitrogen use efficiency under N limiting environment. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89(1): 99–104.
  40. Sahoo RN, Viswanathan C, KrishnaG, DasB, Goel S, Dhandapani R, Kumar S, Viswakarma C, Swain P, Dash SK. 2019. Next generation phenotyping for developing climate resilient rice varieties. Oryza 56 (Special Issue): 92-105.
  41. Sakhare AS, Kumar S, Kumar RR, Bainsla NK, Gaikwad K, Sharma RK, Chinnusamy V. 2019. A facile and cheaper method to measure root angle of rice and wheat. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89(6): 934-939.
  42. Santhiya, S, Saha P, Tomar BS, Jaiswal S, Gopala Krishnan S, Chinnusamy V, Saha ND, Ghoshal C. 2019. Heat stress tolerance study in eggplant based on morphological and yield traits. Indian Journal of Horticulture 76(4): 691-700.
  43. Sharma S, Chandra S, Kumar A, Bindraban P, Saxena AK, Pande V, Pandey R .2019. Foliar application of iron fortified bacteriosiderophore improves growth and grain Fe concentration in wheat and soybean. Indian J Microbiol 59(3):344–350 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12088-019-00810-4
  44. Sharma S, Malhotra H, Borah P, Meena MK, Bindraban P, Chandra S, Pandey V, Pandey R. 2019. Foliar application of organic and inorganic iron formulation induces differential detoxification response to improve growth and biofortification in soybean. Plant Physiology Report 24(1):119–128. doi.org/10.1007/s40502-018-0412-6
  45. Sharma V, Anand A, Singh B. 2019. Radiochemical studies using 59Fe and 35S provide evidence for iron-regulated uptake of sulfur in wheat. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 323: 291–301.
  46. Singh B, Sindhu SS, Arora A,Yadav H. 2019. Evaluation of physiological and growing behavior of warm season turfgrass species against salinity stress. Ind J Agr Sci. 89 (3): 482-488.
  47. Singh D, Singh CK, Taunk J, Jadon V, Pal M, Gaikwad K. 2019. Genome wide transcriptome analysis reveals vital role of heat responsive genes in regulatory mechanisms of lentil (Lens culinaris Medikus). Scientific Reports9: 12976.
  48. Singh D, Singh CK, Tribuvan KU, Tyagi P, Taunk J, Tomar RSS, Kumari S, Tripathi K, Kumar A, Gaikwad K, Yadav RK, Pal M.2019. Development, characterization, and cross species/genera transferability of novel EST-SSR markers in lentil, with their molecular applications.Plant Molecular Biology Reporter38: 114–129.
  49. Singh JP, Kumar RR, Goswami S, Rai GK, Sakhare A, Kumar S, Singh SD, Bakshi S, Jamhulkar SJ, Sareen S, Singh GP, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2019. A putative heat-responsive transcription factor (TaHD97) and its targets in wheat (Triticum aestivum) providing thermotolerance. Indian Journal of Biotechnology 18: 214-223.
  50. Singh K, Sharma RM, Dubey AK, Kamil D, Lekshmy S, Awasthi OP and Jha GK. 2019. Phytophthora nicotianae Breda de Haan induced stress changes in citrus rootstock genotypes. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 57(04):248-258.
  51. Singh P, Kumar RR, Goswami S, Rai GK, Sakhare AS, Kumar S, Singh SD, Bakshi S, Jamhulkar SJ, Sareen S, Singh GP, Viswanathan C, Praveen S. 2019. A putative heat-responsive transcription factor (TaHD97) and its targets in wheat (Triticum aestivum) providing thermotolerance. Indian Journal of Biotechnology 18: 214-223.
  52. Sreenivasa V, Lal SK, Talukdar A, Kiran Babu P, Mahadeva Swamy HK, Rathod DR, Yadav RR, Poonia S, Bhat KV, Viswanathan C. 2019. Evaluation of soybean germplasm lines for agro-morphological traits and terminal drought tolerance. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 8: 105-127.
  53. Tanuj M, Alka A, Sudeep M, Mrinmoy R, Dhandapani R, Kumar S, Swati G, SahooRN, Viswanathan C. 2019. Artificial neural network for estimating leaf fresh weight of rice plant through visual-nir imaging. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89(10): 1698–1702
  54. Thomas S, Krishna GK, Yadav P, Pal M. 2019. Cloning and abiotic stress responsive expression analysis of arginine decarboxylase genes in contrasting rice genotypes. Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding79(2): 411-419.
  55. Tyagi S, Sharma S, Ganie SA, Tahir M, Mir RR, Pandey R. 2019. Plant microRNAs: biogenesis, gene silencing, web-based analysis tools and their use as molecular markers. 3 Biotech 9: 413. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13205-019-1942-y
  56. Verma RK, Santosh Kumar VV, Yadav SK, Pushkar S, Rao MV, Chinnusamy V. 2019. Overexpression of ABA Receptor PYL10 gene confers drought and cold tolerance to indica rice. Frontiers in Plant Science 10:1488. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.01488.
  57. Vijayakumar HP, Vijayakumar A, Srimathi P, Somasundaram G, Rajendra Prasad S, Natarajan S, Raja K, Dhandapani R, Koti V. 2019. Correlation among physiological and histological changes in soybean seeds during storage. Journal of Environmental biology. 40(2): 217-225
  58. Vijayakumar S, Kumar D, Sharma VK, Shivay YS, Anand A, Saravanane P, Poornima S. 2019. Effect of potassium fertilization on growth indices, yield attributes and economics of dry direct seeded basmati rice (Oryza sativa L.).Oryza 56 : 214-220.
  59. Vijayakumar S, Kumar D, Sharma VK, Shivay YS, Anand, A, Saravanane P, Singh N. 2019. Potassium fertilization to augment growth, yield attributes and yield of dry direct seeded basmati rice (Oryza sativa). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89: 1916–1920.
  60. Vijayakumar S, Kumar D, Shivay, Y.S., Anand, A., Sharma, D.K., Sharma, V.K. and Govindasamy, V. 2019. Growth and productivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum) as influenced by potassium application. Indian Journal of Agronomy 64 : 341 – 347.
  61. Yalamalle VR, Tomar BS, Jain SK, Arora A, Kumar A, Munshi AD. 2019. Spermine induced protection of onion seed vigour and viability during accelerated ageing. J. Environ. Biol. 40(5): 1079-1083.
  62. Yanthan AW, Sagar VR, Arora A, Singh AK. 2019. Application of salicylic acid derivatives to extend shelf life of sweet pepper (Capsicum annum L). Int J Curr Microbiol App Sci. 8(05): 644-654.

2020

  1. Bindraban PS, Dimkpa CO, Pandey R. 2020. Exploring phosphorus fertilizers and fertilization strategies for improved human and environmental health. Biology and Fertility of Soils 56: 299-317. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-019-01430-2
  2. Bindraban PS, Dimkpa CO, White JC, Franklin FA, Melse-Boonstra A, Koele N, Pandey R, Rodenburg J, Senthilkumar K, Demokritou P, Schmidt S. 2020. Safeguarding human and planetary health demands a fertilizer sector transformation. Plants, People, Planet. xx: 1– 8. https://doi.org/10.1002/ppp3.10098
  3. Das M, Mansi, Dalal M, Chinnusamy V. 2020. Kinetic properties of recombinant phosphomimic mutant of Zea mays phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (ZmPEPCS15D). Plant Physiology Reports 25: 1-8.
  4. Dhaka N, Krishnan K, Kandpal M, Vashisht I, Pal M, Sharma MK, Sharma R. 2020. Transcriptional trajectories of anther development provide candidates for engineering male fertility in sorghum. Scientific Reports10(1): 897.
  5. Elangovan A, Dalal M, Krishna GK, Devika S, Kumar RR, Lekshmy S, Chinnusamy V. 2020. Characterization of atypical protein tyrosine kinase (PTK) genes and their role in abiotic stress response in rice. Plants 9(5): 664. Doi.org/10.3390/plants9050664
  6. Hada A, Kumari C, Phani V, Singh D, Chinnusamy V, Rao U. 2020. Host-induced silencing of FMRFamide-like peptide genes, FLP-1 and FLP-12, in rice impairs reproductive fitness of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne graminicola. Frontiers in Plant Science 11:894. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2020.00894.
  7. Jagadhesan B, Sathee L, Meena HS, Jha SK, Chinnusamy V, Kumar A, Kumar S. 2020. Genome wide analysis of NLP transcription factors reveals their role in nitrogen stress tolerance of rice. Scientific Reports 10:9368. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-66338-6
  8. Joshi R, Bhattacharya P, Sairam RK, Lekshmy S, Chinnusamy V. 2020. Identification and characterization of NADH Kinase-3 from a stress-tolerant wild mung bean species (Vigna luteola (Jacq.) Benth.) with a possible role in waterlogging tolerance. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 38: 137–150.
  9. Karwa S, Arya SS, Maurya S, Pal M. 2020. Physiological characterization of reproductive stage heat stress tolerance in contrasting rice genotypes. Plant Physiology Reports25(1): 157-162.
  10. Karwa S, Bahuguna RN, Chaturvedi AK, Maurya S, Arya SS, Chinnusamy V, Pal M. 2020. Phenotyping and characterization of heat stress tolerance at reproductive stage in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Acta Physiologiae Plantarum42(29): 1-16.
  11. Karwa S, Bahuguna RN, Chaturvedi AK, Maurya S, Arya SS, Chinnusamy V, Pal M. 2020. Phenotyping and characterization of heat stress tolerance at reproductive stage in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Acta Physiologia Plantarum 42:29. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11738-020-3016-5.
  12. Kaur V, Yadav SK, Wankhede DP, Pulivendula P, Kumar A, Chinnusamy V. 2020. Cloning and characterization of a gene encoding MIZ1, a domain of unknown function protein and its role in salt and drought stress in rice. Protoplasma 257(2): 475-487.
  13. Kumar N, Bharadwaj C, Soni A, Sachdeva S, Yadav MC, Pal M, Soren KR, Meena MC, Roorkiwal M, Varshney RK, Rana M. 2020. Physio-morphological and molecular analysis for salt tolerance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum).Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 90(4): 804–808.
  14. Kumar P. and Sharma RK. 2020. Quick Determination of Leaf Photosynthetic Pigments Using SPAD Readings. Journal of Genetics & Cell Biology (JGCB), 3(1): 145-151.
  15. Kumar RR, Arora K, Goswami S, Sakhare A, Singh B, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2020. MAPK Enzymes: a ROS activated signaling sensors involved in modulating heat stress response, tolerance and grain stability of wheat under heat stress. 3 Biotech 10: 380. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13205-020-02377-0
  16. Kumar RR, Dubey K, Goswami S, Hasija S, Pandey R, Singh PK, Singh B, Sareen S, Rai GR, Singh GP, Singh AK, Chinnusamy V, Praveen S. 2020. Heterologous expression and characterization of novel manganese superoxide dismutase (Mn-SOD) –A potential biochemical marker for heat stress-tolerance in wheat (Triticum aestivum). International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 161: 1029-1039.
  17. Kumar S, Prasad S, Yadav KK, Shrivastava M, Gupta N, Nagar S, Bach QV, Kamyab H, Khan SA, Yadav S, Malav LC. 2020. Hazardous heavy metals contamination of vegetables and food chain: Role of sustainable remediation approaches-A review. Environmental research. 3:1087-92.
  18. Mahmoud D, Pandey R, Sathee L, Dalal M, Singh MP, Chinnusamy V. 2020. Regulation of expression of genes associated with nitrate response by osmotic stress and combined osmotic and nitrogen deficiency stress in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Plant Physiology Reports 25(2): 200–215.
  19. Mahmoud D, Pandey R, Sathee L, Monika D, Singh MP, Chinnusamy V. 2020. Regulation of expression of genes associated with nitrate response by osmotic stress and combined osmotic and nitrogen deficiency stress in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Plant Physiology Reports25(2): 200–215.
  20. Maurya NK, Goswami AK, Singh SK, Prakash J, Goswami S, Chinnusamy V, Talukdar A, Pradhan S. 2020. Low temperature stress induced changes in the seedling growth and nutrient content of papaya genotypes. Indian Journal of Horticulture 77 (1): 80-87.
  21. Maurya NK, Goswami AK, Singh SK, Prakash J, Goswami S, Chinnusamy V, Talukdar A, Pradhan S, Kumari A. 2020. Studies on expression of CBF1 and CBF2 genes and anti-oxidant enzyme activities in papaya genotypes exposed to low temperature stress. Scientia Horticulturae 261: 108914. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scienta.2019.108914.
  22. Meena RP,Vishwakarma H,Ghosh G,Gaikwad K,Chellapill TS,Singh MP,Padaria JC. 2020. Novel ASR isolated from drought stress responsive SSH library in pearl millet confers multiple abiotic stress tolerance in PgASR3 transgenic Arabidopsis. Journal of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2020.07.031
  23. Misra T, Arora A, Marwaha S, Jha RR, Chinnusamy V, Rao AR, Jain R, Sahoo RN, Ray M, Kumar S, Raju D, Nigam A, Goel S. 2020. SpikeSegNet-A deep learning approach utilizing Encoder-Decoder Network with HourGlass for spike segmentation and counting in wheat plant from visual imaging. Plant Methods 16:40. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13007-020-00582-9.
  24. Padhan BK, Sathee L, Meena HS, Adavi SB, Jha SK, Chinnusamy V. 2020. CO2 elevation accelerates phenology and alters carbon/nitrogen metabolism vis-à-vis ROS abundance in bread wheat. Frontiers in Plant Science 11:1061. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2020.01061
  25. Reddy SH, Singhal RK, DaCosta MVJ, Kambalimath SK, Rajanna MP, Muthurajan R, Sevanthi AM, Mohapatra T, Sarla N, Chinnusamy V, Gopala Krishnan S, GK, Singh AK, Singh NK, Sharma RP, Pathappa N, Sheshshayee SM. 2020. Leaf mass area determines water use efficiency through its influence on carbon gain in rice mutants. Physiol Plantarum 169(2):194-213.
  26. Santosh Kumar VV, Verma RK, Yadav SK, Yadav P, Watts A, Rao MV, Chinnusamy V. 2020. CRISPR-Cas9 mediated genome editing of drought and salt tolerance (OsDST) gene in indica mega rice cultivar MTU1010. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants 26(6):1099–1110.
  27. Sharma L, Ramesh KV, PaulV, Pandey R. 2020. Ripening index: A better parameter for colour based assessment of ripening behaviour of tomato fruits. Plant Physiology Reports 25: 171–177.
  28. Singh D, Singh CK, Tomar RSS, Karwa S, Pal M, Singh V, Sanwal SK, Sharma P. 2020. Genetics and molecular mapping for salinity stress tolerance at seedling stage in lentil (Lens culinaris Medik). Crop Science60(3): 1254-1266.
  29. Smita S, Katiyar A, Lenka SK, Dalal M, Kumar A Mahtha SK Yadav G, Chinnusamy V, Pandey DM, Bansal KC. 2020. Gene network modules associated with abiotic stress response in tolerant rice genotypes identified by transcriptome meta-analysis. Functional & Integrative Genomics 20: 29–49.
  30. Soren KM, Madugula P, Kumar N, Barmukh R, Senger MS, Bharadwaj C, Sharma PC, Singh S, Bhandari A, Singh J, Sanwal SK, Pal M, Sneha Priya PR, Mann A, Sagurthi SR, Shanmugavadivel PS, Siddique KHM, Singh NP, Roorkiwal M, Varshney RK. 2020. Genetic dissection and identification of candidate genes for salinity tolerance using axiom® CicerSNPCicerSNParray in chickpea. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 21(14):1-17.
  31. Tanuj M, Alka A, Sudeep M, Viswanathan C, Rao AR, Rajni J, Sahoo RN, Mrinmoy R, Kumar S, Dhandapani R, Ranjeet Ranjan J, Aditya N, Swati G. 2020. SpikeSegNet-a deep learning approach utilizing encoder-decoder network with hourglass for spike segmentation and counting in wheat plant from visual imaging. Plant Methods 16: 40. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13007-020-00582-9

 

 

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