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Rai R, Khurana SMP, Kumar S., Gupta, N. Baranwal V. K*., (2018) Serological detection of Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 4 in grapevine growing areas of India using polyclonal antiserum raised against the recombinant coat protein. Crop Protection 109, 128-135 8.17
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Aggarwal, R., et al. (2010). Pathogenic and genetic variability in Tilletia indica monosporidial culture lines using universal rice primer�PCR. Eur.J.Pl.Path.128: 333�342. [NAAS rating: (7.74)]
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Aggarwal, R., et al. (2017). Gene based analysis of Puccinia species and development of PCR based marker for the detection of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici causing yellow rust of wheat. J.Gen.Pl.Path. 83 (4): 205–215. [NAAS rating:7.23]
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Biswas, K.K., Tarafdar, A., Diwedi, S. and Lee, R.F. 2012. Distribution, genetic diversity and recombination analysis of Citrus tristeza virus of India. Virus Genes, 45: 139-148. NAAS Rating: 7.43
Biswas, K.K., Tarafdar, A., Sharma, S. K. 2012. Complete genome of mandarin decline Citrus tristeza virus of Northeastern Himalayan hill region of India: comparative analyses determine recombinant. Archives of Virology, 157: 579-583. NAAS Rating: 8.06
Biswas, K.K. 2010. Molecular characterization of Citrus tristeza virus isolates from the Northeastern Himalayan region of India Archives of Virology, 155: 959-963. NAAS Rating: 8.06
M. K. Yadav, K. K. Biswas, S. K. Lal, V.K. Baranwal and R. K. Jain. 2013. A distinct strain of Cowpea mild mottle virus infecting soybean crop in India. Journal of Phytopathology, 161:739–744. NAAS Rating: 6.85
Shruti Godara, S. M. Paul Khurana and K. K. Biswas and. 2016. Three variants of cotton leaf curl begomoviruses with their satellite molecules are associated with cotton leaf curl disease aggravation in New Delhi. J. Plant Biochem. Biotechnology, 26(1):97–105. NAAS Rating: 6.95
Biswas, K. K., Manjunath, K. L., Marais, L. J. and Lee, R. F. 2004. Single aphids transmit multiple genotypes of citrus tristeza virus, but often with changed population dynamics. Phytopathology, 94: S8. NAAS Rating:.9.04
Biswas, K.K., Malathi, V. G. and Varma, A. 2008. Diagnosis of Symptomless Yellow mosaic begomovirus Infection in Pigeonpea by using Cloned Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus as Probe Journal of Plant Biochem and Biotechnogy, 17: 9-14. NAAS Rating: 6.95
Bhattacharyya, U.K., Shruti Godara, Pradeep Kumar, Dilip Monga and K. K. Biswas.2017. Recent status and distribution pattern of cotton leaf curl disease in Northwest India: an alarming situation in future cotton cultivation. Indian J Agril Sciences, 87(5):624-33. NAAS Rating:6.22
Gogoi, Robin, Singh, D.V. and Srivastava, K.D. 2001. Phenols as a biochemical basis of resistance against Karnal bunt. Plant Pathology 50:470-476. [NAAS rating, 2020: 8.49]
Nair, Kishore, K., Siddiqui, Weqar A., Kumar Rajesh, Niwas Ram, Gogoi Robin, Srivastava and Gopal Madhuban, 2014. Sensitive and rapid determination of elemental nanosulfur/sulfur by Liquid Chromatography. Journal of Separation Science 37:9-10. [NAAS rating 2020: 8.52]
Rajesh Kumar, Kishore Kumar Nair, Md. Imteyaz Alam, Robin Gogoi, Pradeep Kumar Singh, Chitra Srivastava, Madhuban Gopal and Arunava Goswami (2015). Development and Quality Control of Nanohexaconazole as an Effective Fungicide and its biosafety studies on soil nitrifiers. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 02/2015; 15(2):1350-1356. [NAAS rating, 2020: 7.09]
Saini, P. Gopal, M, Kumar R, Gogoi, R. and Srivastava, C. 2015. Bioefficacy evaluation and dissipation pattern of nanoformulation versus commercial formulation of pyridalyl in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). Enviromental Monitoring & Assessment 187:541. [NAAS rating, 2020: 7.96]
Rajesh Kumar, Madhuban Gopal, Sunil Pabbi, Sangeeta Paul, Imteyaz Alam, Sayrav Yadav, Kishore Kumar Nair, Neetu Chauhan, Chitra Srivastava, Robin Gogoi, Pradeep Kumar Singh and Arunava Goswami (2016). Effect of Nanohexaconazole on nitrogen fixing blue green algae and bacteria. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 16:643-647. [NAAS rating, 2020: 7.09]
Ram Kumar, Usha Mina, Robin Gogoi, Arti Bhatia and R C Harit.2016. Effect of elevated temperature and carbon-di-oxide levels on maydis leaf blight disease tolerance attributes of maize. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 231: 98-104. [NAAS rating, 2020: 9.95]
Sundeep Kumar, Sunil Archak, .......... SC Bharadwaj, Robin Gogoi, JB Sharma, Sandeep Kumar GM, MS Saharan, Manas Bag, Anirban Roy, TV Prasad, RK Sharma, M Dutta, Indu Sharma and KC Bansal. 2016. Evaluation of 19,460 wheat accessions conserved in Indian National Genebank for identifying new sources of resistance to all three rusts and spot blotch. PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0176602 December 12. [NAAS rating, 2020: 8.78]
Mondal, Prithusayak, Kumar, Rejesh and Gogoi, Robin. 2016. Azomethine based nano-chemicals: Development, in vitro and in vivo fungicidal evaluation against Sclerotium rofsii, Rhizoctnia bataticola and Rhizoctonia solani. Bioorganic Chemistry, doi: http://dx. bioorg. 2016.12.006. [NAAS rating, 2020: 9.93]
Usha Mina, Ram Kumar, Robin Gogoi, Arti Bhatia, R.C. Harit, Deepak Singh, Amit Kumar and A. Kumar. 2017. Effect of elevated temperature and carbon dioxide on maize genotypes health index. Ecological Indicators. Online published in August, 2017. [NAAS rating, 2020: 10.49]
Mahawar, H., Prasanna R. and Gogoi, Robin, Singh S.S., Chawla, G. and Kumar A. 2020. Synergistic efects of silver nanoparticles augmented Calothrix elenkinii for enhanced biocontrol efcacy against Alternaria blight challenged tomato plants. 3 Biotech (2020) 10:102. [NAAS rating, 2020: 7.79]
Prameeladevi T, P Narayanasamy, D Kamil*, SP Choudhary. 2021. Polyphasic taxonomy of Indian Trichoderma species. Phytotaxa. (NAAS 7.01)
Prameeladevi T, D Kamil*, R. Sudeep Toppo and Shiv Pratap Choudhary. 2021. Trichoderma dumbbelliforme sp. nov. an undescribed fungus of order Hypocreales from India. Phytotaxa 520 (3): 285–295. (NAAS 7.01)
R. Gangaraj, A. Nagaraja,Swati Gaba,Amrita Das,T,Prameeladevi, Rubin Debbarma, Shiv Pratap Choudhary, Anjali Kumari and D Kamil*. 2021. Occurrence, identification and pathogenicity of Fusarium species associated with guava wilt disease in India. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection. https :// (IF 0.735).
Rubin Debbarma, D Kamil*, Bishnu Maya Bashyal, Shiv Pratap Choudhary, Prameeladevi Thokla. 2021. First report of root rot disease on Solanum lycopersicum L. caused by Fusarium vanettenii in India. Journal of Phytopathology. (NAAS 7.18)
Rubin Debbarma, D Kamil*, Bishnu Maya Bashyal, Thokala Prameela Devi. 2021. First report of crown and stem rot of tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum L.) caused by Fusarium solani in India. Journal of Plant Pathology 103:1373. (NAAS 7.15)
Debbarma, R., A. Tyagi and D. Kamil* 2021. Polyphasic taxonomic characterization of nine Penicillium species from soil of different parts of India. J. Environ. Biol., 42, 1307-1313. (NAAS 6.78 )
Kamil D*, Amar Bahadur, Prasenjit Debnath, Anjali Kumari, S.P. Choudhary, Prameeladevi T. 2021. First Report of Stem Rot Disease of Miracle Plant (Bryophyllum pinnatum) Caused by Athelia rolfsii in Tripura, India. (NAAS 9.81)
Kamil D*, Amar Bahadur, Presenjit Debnath, Anjali Kumari, Shiv Pratap Choudhary, Krishna Kumar, Prameeladevi Thokala. 2020. First Report of Stem Rot Caused by Athelia rolfsii on Curry Leaf Tree (Murraya koenigii) in Tripura, India. Plant Disease. doi: 10.1094/PDIS-05-20-1152-PDN (NAAS 9.81)
Kamil D*, Bahadur A, Debnath D, Kumari A, Choudhury SP and Prameeladevi T. 2020. First report of leaf sheath rot of Areca nut (Areca catechu) caused by Athelia rolfsii from Tripura, India. Plant Disease. (NAAS 9.81)
Bahadur A, Kamil D*, Debnath D, Kumari A, Tyagi A and Prameeladevi T. 2019. First Report of Stem Rot Disease of Rose Mallow (Hibiscus rosa sinensis) caused by Sclerotium rolfsii in India. Plant Disease. (NAAS 9.58)
B M Bashyal, Rashmi Aggarwal, Kirti Rawat, Sapna Sharma, Ashish Kumar Gupta, Ravish Choudhary, Jahoor Bhat, S Gopala Krishnan and A K Singh (2020). Genetic diversity and population structure of Fusarium fujikuroi causing bakanae, an emerging disease of rice in India. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology. 58(1): 45-52.
Sunil Kumar Sunani, B M Bashyal, Bhupendra Singh Kharayat, Ganesan Prakash, S Gopala Krishnan, Rashmi Aggarwal (2020). Identification of rice seed infection routes of Fusarium fujikuroi inciting bakanae disease of rice. Journal of Plant Pathology. 102:113-119.
Sunil Kumar Sunani, B M Bashyal, Kirti Rawat, C Manjunatha, Sapna Sharma, G Prakash, S Gopala Krishnan, AK Singh, Rashmi Aggarwal (2019). Development of PCR and loop mediated isothermal amplification assay for the detection of bakanae pathogen Fusarium fujikuroi. European Journal of Plant Pathology.
BM Bashyal, Kirti Rawat, Sapna Sharma, Deepika Kulshrestha, Ashok Kumar Singh, Himanshu Dubey, AmolKumar U Solanki, TR Sharma, Rashmi Aggarwal (2017). Whole genome sequencing of Fusarium fujikuroi provides insight into the role of secretory proteins and cell wall degrading enzymes in causing bakanae disease of rice. Frontiers in Plant Science |
BM Bashyal, Rashmi Aggarwal, Sapna Sharma, Sangeeta Gupta and Udai Bhan Singh (2016). Single and combined effects of three Fusarium species associated with rice seeds on the severity of bakanae disease of rice. Journal of Plant Pathology. 98 (2), 405-412.
BM Bashyal, Rashmi Aggarwal, Sapna Sharma, Sangeeta Gupta, Kirti Rawat, Dhiraj Singh, AK Singh, S. Gopala Krishnan (2016). Occurrence, identification and pathogenicity of Fusarium species associated with bakanae disease of basmati rice in India. European Journal of Plant Pathology DOI 10.1007/s10658-015-0783-8.
BM Bashyal, Ramesh Chand, Chanda Kushwaha, Devyani Sen, LC Prasad, AK Joshi (2010). Association of melanin content with conidiogenesis in Bipolaris Sorokiniana of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 26(2):309-316.
Reddy, B., Kumar, A., Mehta, S. et al. (2021) Hybrid de novo genome-reassembly reveals new insights on pathways and pathogenicity determinants in rice blast pathogen Magnaporthe oryzae RMg_Dl. Sci Rep 11, 22922. [NAAS rating: 10.38 ] [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sahil Mehta, A. Kumar, V. Mohan Murali Achary, Prakash Ganesan, Neelmani Rathi, Asmita Singh, Kuleshwar Prasad Sahu, Shambhu Krishan Lal, T.K. Das, Malireddy K. Reddy (2021) Antifungal activity of glyphosate against fungal blast disease on glyphosate-tolerant OsmEPSPS transgenic rice Plant Sciences (Elsevier), 311: 111009, (NAAS Rating: 10.73) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Kumar, M., K. Charishma, K.P. Sahu, N. Sheoran, A. Patel, A. Kundu, A. Kumar (2021) Rice leaf associated Chryseobacterium species: An untapped antagonistic flavobacterium displays volatile mediated suppression of rice blast disease. Biological Control (Elsevier), 161: 104703, ISSN 1049-9644, (NAAS Rating: 9.69) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Archana, T. J., Gogoi, R., Kaur, C., Varghese, E., Sharma, R. R., Srivastava, M., & Kumar, A. (2021). Bacterial volatile mediated suppression of postharvest anthracnose and quality enhancement in mango. Postharvest Biology and Technology (Elsevier), 177, 111525. (NAAS Rating: 11.54) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Kumar A, Jyotsana S, Munjal V et al (2020) Polyphasic phenotypic and genetic analysis reveals clonal nature of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. punicae causing pomegranate bacterial blight, Plant Pathology (British Society of Plant Pathology, UK) 69 (2): 347-359 (NAAS Rating: 8.59) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sahu, K. P., Kumar, A., Patel, A., Kumar, M., Gopalakrishnan, S., Prakash, G., & Gogoi, R. (2021). Rice Blast Lesions: an Unexplored phyllosphere microhabitat for novel antagonistic bacterial species against Magnaporthe oryzae. Microbial Ecology (Springer), 81(3), 731-745. (NAAS Rating: 10.55) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sheoran, N., Ganesan, P., Yadav, I. S., & Kumar, A. (2021). Genome assisted molecular typing and pathotyping of rice blast pathogen, Magnaporthe oryzae, reveals a genetically homogenous population with high virulence diversity. Fungal Biology (Elsevier), 125 (9): 733-747 Doi: 10.1016/j.funbio.2021.04.007 (NAAS Rating: 9.10) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sahu, R., Prabhakaran, N., Kundu, P., Kumar, A. (2021). Differential response of phytohormone signalling network determines nonhost resistance in rice during wheat stem rust (Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici) colonization. Plant Pathology (Wiley), 70 (6): 1409-1420 Doi: (NAAS Rating: 8.59) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sahu KP, Patel A, Kumar M, Sheoran N, Mehta S, Reddy B, Eke P, Prabhakaran N and Kumar A (2021) Integrated Metabarcoding and Culturomic-Based Microbiome Profiling of Rice Phyllosphere Reveal Diverse and Functional Bacterial Communities for Blast Disease Suppression. Front. Microbiol. 12:780458. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2021.780458, (NAAS Rating: 11.64) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Kumar, M., Kumar, A., Sahu, K. P., Patel, A., Reddy, B., Sheoran, N., & Rathour, R. (2021). Deciphering core-microbiome of rice leaf endosphere: Revelation by metagenomic and microbiological analysis of aromatic and non-aromatic genotypes grown in three geographical zones. Microbiological Research (Elsevier), 246, 126704. (NAAS Rating: 11.42) [Role: Corresponding Author]
A Ghosh, Amrita Das, R Lepcha and B Mandal. 2016. Identification, distribution and temporal occurrence of aphids infesting large cardamom and their efficiency in transmitting large cardamom viruses in northeastern sub-Himalayan region. Australasian Plant Pathology, 45 (5): 533�536
A Ghosh, Amrita Das; Vijayanandraj, S; Mandal, B. 2016. Cardamom Bushy Dwarf Virus Infection in Large Cardamom Alters Plant Selection Preference, Life Stages, and Fecundity of Aphid Vector, Micromyzus kalimpongensis (Hemiptera: Aphididae), Environmental Entomology; 178-84
A Ghosh, Amrita Das, Ruben Lepcha, Kaushik Majumder, V.K. Baranwal. 2015. Identification and distribution of aphid vectors spreading Citrus tristeza virus in Darjeeling hills and Dooars of India. Journal of Asia Pacific Entomology. 18 (3), 601-605
A Ghosh, Amrita Das, K. B. Pun, R. Kumar, Ramu Meena and V. K. Baranwal. 2014. Present Status of Citrus tristeza virus in Darjeeling hills and its detection in different parts of Citrus spp. and aphid vector. Phytoparasitica, 42(3): 381-386
A Ghosh, Amrita Das, Ramu Meena, V.K. Baranwal. 2014. Evidence for resistance to Citrus tristeza virus in pomelo (Citrus maxima Merr.) grown in Darjeeling and Sikkim hills of India. Phytoparasitica, 42(4): 503-508
Amrita Das, Buddhadeb Roy, Sumit Jangra, Amita Chowdhury, Deeba Kamil and T. Prameela Devi. 2020. Analysis of genetic diversity of Colletotrichum population causing anthracnose in fruit crops using ISSR markers. Indian Phytopathology, DOI:
Amalendu Ghosh*, Priti, B Mandal, RG Dietzgen. 2021. Progression of watermelon bud necrosis virus in its vector, Thrips palmi. Cells. 10, 392. (IF 7.666; ~NAAS rating 13.67)
Amalendu Ghosh, S Jagdale, Basavaraj, Ralf Dietzgen*, RK Jain. 2020. Genetics of Thrips palmi (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Journal of Pest Science, 93(1):27-39 [IF: 5.92, ~NAAS rating: 11.92]
P Chakraborty, Amalendu Ghosh*. 2022. Topical Spray of dsRNA Induces Mortality and Inhibits Chilli Leaf Curl Virus Transmission by Bemisia tabaci Asia II 1. Cells. 11(5), 833; [IF: 7.666; ~NAAS rating:13.67]
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V Rajesh, S Jangra, Amalendu Ghosh* (2023). Effect of silencing Thrips palmi Btk29A and COL3A1 on fitness and virus acquisition. Frontiers in Microbiology, 14, 1254246. (IF: 6.064, NAAS rating: 12.06)
S Jangra, Amalendu Ghosh*, S Mukherjee, VK Baranwal, RG Dietzgen. 2022. Development of a polymerase spiral reaction-based isothermal assay for rapid identification of Thrips palmi. Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences. DOI:10.3389/fmolb.2022.853339 [IF 6.113, NAAS rating: 12.11]
V Rajesh, S Jangra, Amalendu Ghosh*. 2023. Effect of silencing Thrips palmi Btk29A and COL3A1 on fitness and virus acquisition. Frontiers in Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2023.1254246 [IF: 6.064, NAAS rating: 12.06]
Priti, S Jangra, VK Baranwal, RG Dietzgen, Amalendu Ghosh*. 2020. A rapid field-based assay using recombinase polymerase amplification for identification of Thrips palmi, a vector of tospoviruses. Journal of Pest Science. DOI: 10.1007/s10340-020-01284-w [IF: 5.92, ~NAAS rating 11.92]
Priti, SK Mukherjee, Amalendu Ghosh*. 2022. Silencing of Thrips palmi UHRF1BP1 and PFAS Using Antisense Oligos Induces Mortality and Reduces Tospovirus Titer in Its Vector. Pathogens, 11 (11),1319. doi: 10.3390/pathogens11111319 [IF: 4.531, ~NAAS rating 10.53]
Singh S, Vikram P, Sehgal D, Burgueno J, Sharma A, Singh SK, Carolina PS, Joynson R, Brabbs T, Cynthia O, Solis-Moya E, Govindan V, Gupta N, Sidhu HS, Basandrai AK, Basandrai D, Ledesma-Ramires, L, Maria PS, Fuentes-D�vila G, Moreno JI, Sonder K, Singh Vaibhav K, Singh S, Shokat S, Arif MA, Khalil A, Srivastava P, Bhavani S, Kumar S, Pal D, Jaiswal JP, Kumar U, Chaudhary HK, Crossa J, Payne TS, Imtiaz M, Sohu VS, Singh GP, Bains NS, Hall A and Pixley KV (2018). Harnessing genetic potential of wheat germplasm banks through impact-oriented-prebreeding for future food and nutritional security. Scientific Reports, 8: 12527.
Singh RN, Krishnan P, Singh Vaibhav K and Banerjee K (2022). Application of thermal and visible imaging to estimate stripe rust disease severity in wheat using supervised image classification methods. Ecological Informatics.
Prabhakaran N, Kumar A, Sheoran N, Singh Vaibhav K and Nallathambi P (2021). Tracking and assessment of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici colonization on rice phyllosphere by integrated fluorescence imaging and qPCR for non-host resistance phenotyping. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, 128: 457-469.
Vikram P, Franco J, Burgue�o, J, Li H, Sehgal, D, Saint-Pierre C, Ortiz C, Singh Vaibhav K, Sneller C, Sharma A, Tattaris, M, Guzman C, Pena J, Thiyagarajan K, Davila GE, Reynolds M, Sonder K, Govindan V, Bhavani S, Roosatei M, Singh S, Basandrai D, Bains, NS, Basandrai A, Payne T, Crossa J and Singh S (2021). Strategic use of Iranian bread wheat landrace accessions for genetic improvement: Core set formulation and validation. Plant Breeding, 140: 87-99.
Singh OW, Singh N, Kamil D, Singh Vaibhav K, Prameela T and Prasad L (2021). Morpho-molecular variability and host reactivity of Albugo candida isolates infecting Brassica juncea genotypes in India. Journal of Plant Pathology, 103: 139-153.
Aggarwal R, Sharma S, Manjunatha C, Gupta S and Singh Vaibhav K (2017). Development and validation of loop mediated isothermal amplification based detection assay for Puccinia striiformis tritici causing stripe rust of wheat. Austral Plant Pathol, 6: 577-583.
Aggarwal R, Sharma S, Gupta S, Manjunatha C, Singh Vaibhav K and Kulshreshtha D (2017). Gene-based analysis of Puccinia species and development of PCR-based marker to detect Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici causing wheat yellow rust. J Gen Plant Pathol, 83: 205-215.
Nigam, S, Jain R, Marwaha S, Arora A, Singh Vaibhav K, Singh AK, Paul RK and Raj KI (2021). Automating yellow rust disease identification in wheat using artificial intelligence. Indian J Agricultural Sciences, 91(9): 1391-5.
Aggarwal R, Kulshreshtha D, Sharma S, Singh Vaibhav K, Manjunatha C, Bhardwaj SC and Saharan MS (2018). Molecular characterization of Indian pathotypes of Puccinia striiformis tritici and multigene phylogenetic analysis to establish inter- and intraspecific relationships. Genetics and Molecular Biology, 41(4): 834-842.
Singh Vaibhav K, Mathuria RC, Gogoi R and Aggarwal R (2016). Impact of different fungicides and bioagents, and fungicidal spray timing on wheat stripe rust development and grain yield. Indian Phytopath, 69(4): 357-362.
Prasad, L., Kamil, D., Solanki, R. K., and Singh, B. (2017). First report of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum infecting cumin (Cuminum cyminum) in India. Plant Dis. 101:833. doi: 10.1094/PDIS-08-16-1089-PDN. NAAS rating 9.583.
Sharma, P., Samkumar, A., Rao, M., Singh, V.V., Prasad, L., Mishra, D.C., Bhattacharya, R.C. and Gupta, N.C. 2018. Genetic Diversity Studies Based on Morphological Variability, Pathogenicity and Molecular Phylogeny of the Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Population From Indian Mustard (Brassica juncea). Front. Microbiol., 05 June 2018| NAAS rating 10.076
Prasad, L.; Kamil, D.; Singh, N.; Singh, OW; Yadava, DK and Prameela Devi, T. (2017) First report of Fusarium equisiti causing stem and root rot on Brassica juncea in India. Journal of Plant Pathology 99 (3):799-817. NAAS rating: 7.27
Sharma, I.P, Sharma, A.K., Prashad, L., and Rana, V.S. 2018. Natural bacterial cell-free extracts with powerful nematicidal activity on root-knot nematode. Rhizosphere 5:67-70. NAAS rating 7.84
Rana, V. S.; Ahluwalia, V.; Shakil, N. A. and Prasad, L. (2016). Essential oil composition, antifungal, and seedling growth inhibitory effects of zerumbone from Zingiber zerumbet Smith Journal of Essential Oil Research. 28:1-10 (IF: 1.81or NAAS RATING: 7.81)
Faisal, M.P. and Prasad, L. 2016. A potential source of methyl-eugenol from secondary metabolite of Rhizopus oryzae 6975. International J. of Appl Biol. and Pharma Tech,7(4):187-195. (IF:1.7)
Prasad, L., Katoch, S and Shahid, S. (2022) Microbial interaction mediated programmed cell death in plants. 3 Biotech., 12:43 ( NAAS Rating: 8.41)
Singh, OW, Singh, N., Kamil, D., Singh, VK, Devi, TP, and Prasad, L. (2020)Morpho-molecular variability and host reactivity of Albugo candida isolates infecting Brassica juncea genotypes in India. Journal of Plant Pathology (NAAS rating:7.73)
Roy A., Zhai Y., Ortiz, J., Neff M., Mandal B., Mukherjee SK., Pappu HR. 2019. Multiplexed editing of a begomovirus genome restricts escape mutant formation and disease development. PLoS ONE. 14(10): e0223765
Kumar A, Bag MK, Singh R, Jailani AAK, Mandal B, Roy A. 2017. Natural infection of croton yellow vein mosaic virus and its cognate betasatellite in germplasm of different Crambe spp in India. Virus Res. 243: 60-64.
Bag, M.K., Gautam, N.K., Prasad, T.V., Pandey, S., Dutta, M. and Roy, A. 2014. Evaluation of an Indian collection of black gram germplasm and identification of resistance sources to Mungbean yellow mosaic virus. Crop Protection. 61: 92-101.
Roy, A., Spoorthi, P., Bag, M.K., Prasad, T.V., Singh, R., Dutta, M. and Mandal, B. 2013. A leaf curl disease in germplasm of rapeseed-mustard in India: molecular evidence of a weed-infecting begomovirus�betasatellite complex emerging in a new crop. Journal of Phytopathology. 161: 522-535.
Paul, S., Ghosh, R., Chaudhuri, S., Ghosh, S. K., Roy, A. 2009. Biological and molecular variability of the begomoviruses associated with leaf curl disease of kenaf in India. Journal of Plant Pathology. 91(3): 637-647.
Ghosh, R., Paul, S., Ghosh, S.K. and Roy, A. 2009. An improved method of DNA isolation suitable for PCR-based detection of begomoviruses from jute and other mucilaginous plants. Journal of Virological Methods. 159: 34-39.
Roy, A., Acharyya, S., Das, S., Ghosh, R., Paul, S., Srivastava, R.K. and Ghosh, S.K. 2009. Distribution, epidemiology and molecular variability of the begomovirus complexes associated with yellow vein mosaic disease of mesta in India. Virus Research. 141: 237-246.
Paul, S., Ghosh, R., Das, S., Palit, P., Acharyya, S., Das, A., Mir, J.I., Chaudhuri, S., Ghosh, S.K. and Roy, A. 2009. First report of Tomato leaf curl Joydebpur virus and associated betasatellite in kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) plants showing leaf curl symptoms from southern India. Plant Pathology. 58: 403.
Das, S., Roy, A., Ghosh, R., Paul S., Acharyya, S. and Ghosh, S.K. 2008. Sequence variability and phylogenetic relationship of betasatellite isolates associated with yellow vein mosaic disease of mesta in India. Virus Genes. 37(3): 414-424.
Das, S., Ghosh, R., Paul S., Roy, A. and Ghosh, S.K. 2008. Complete nucleotide sequence of a monopartite begomovirus associated with yellow vein mosaic disease of mesta from north India. Archives of Virology. 153(9): 1791-1796.
Bansal S, Mallikarjuna MG, Reddy B, Balamurugan A, Achary VMM, Reddy MK, Kumar A and Prakash G*. 2023. Characterization and Validation of Hypothetical Virulence Factors in Recently Sequenced Genomes of Magnaporthe species. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 124 (2023)101969. (NAAS rating: 8.74)
Shilpi Bansal, Mallana Gowdra Mallikarjuna, Alexander Balamurugan, S Chandra Nayaka, Ganesan Prakash* (2022). Composition and Codon Usage Pattern Results in Divergence of the Zinc Binuclear Cluster (Zn(II)2Cys6) Sequences among Ascomycetes Plant Pathogenic Fungi. Journal of Fungi. 8(11), 1134; (NAAS rating: 11.82)
Prakash Ganesan*, Kumar Aundy, Neelam Sheoran, Rashmi Aggarwal, Chikkara Surendra, Arpita Ghosh and Rakesh Kumar Jain (2019). First Draft Genome of Pearl millet blast pathogen, Magnaporthe grisea PMg_Dl isolate Obtained Using PacBio Single-Molecule and Illumina NextSeq500 Sequencing. Microbiol Resour Announc 8:e01499- 18. MRA.01499- 18.
Chattopadhyay, A. Purohit, J. Mehta, S. Parmar, H. Karippadakam, S. Rashid, A.; Balamurugan, A. Bansal, S.; Prakash, Ganesan*. Achary, V.M.M. et al. (2022). Precision Genome Editing Toolbox: Applications and Approaches for Improving Rice’s Genetic Resistance to Pathogens. Agronomy 2022, 12, 565. (NAAS rating: 9.42).
Bhaskar Reddy, Aundy Kumar, Sahil Mehta, Neelam Sheoran, Viswanathan Chinnusamy, Ganesan Prakash* (2021). Hybrid de novo genome-reassembly reveals new insights on pathways and pathogenicity determinants in rice blast pathogen Magnaporthe oryzae RMg_Dl. Scientific Reports. (NAAS rating: 10.38).
Neelam Sheoran, Prakash Ganesan, Mughal Najeeb M, Inderjit Singh Yadav, Kumar Aundy (2021) Genome assisted molecular typing and pathotyping of rice blast pathogen, Magnaporthe oryzae, reveals a genetically homogenous population with high virulence diversity. Fungal Biology (Elsevier). (NAAS rating: 9.10).
Sankar, S.M., Singh, S.P., Prakash, G., Satyavathi, C.T., Soumya S.L. Yadav, Y., Sharma, L.D., Rao, A.R., Singh, N and Srivastava R.K (2021). Deciphering Genotype-By-Environment Interaction for Target Environmental Delineation and Identification of Stable Resistant Sources Against Foliar Blast Disease of Pearl Millet. Frontiers in Plant Science17 May 2021. (NAAS rating: 11.75).
Bhaskar Reddy, Sahil Mehta, Ganesan Prakash, Neelam Sheoran, Aundy Kumar (2022). Structured Framework and Genome Analysis of Magnaporthe grisea Inciting Pearl Millet Blast Disease Reveals Versatile Metabolic Pathways, Protein Families, and Virulence Factors . Journal of Fungi. 8(6), 614; (NAAS rating: 11.82)
G. Prakash*, R.T.P. Pandian, H. Rajashekara, Pratibha Sharma and U.D. Singh, and (2015). Assessment of efficacy of pesticides applied singly and in combination on rice sheath blight disease development. Indian Phytopathology. 68 (3): 248-253.
G. Prakash*, U.D. Singh, P. Sharma and R.T.P. Pandian (2013). Evaluation of pesticides against rice sheath blight caused by Rhizoctonia solani. Indian Phytopathology. 66 (4): 351-355.
Dauda, W.P., Shanmugam, V*., Tyagi, A., Solanke, A.U., Kumar, V., Krishnan, G., Bashyal, B.M. and Aggarwal, R. (2022). Genome-wide identification and characterisation of Cytokinin-O-glucosyltransferase (CGT) genes of rice specific to potential pathogens. Plants. 29;11(7):91
Dauda, W.P., Rana, V.S., Solanke, A.U., Gopala Krishnan, S., Bashyal, B.M., Aggarwal, R. and Shanmugam, V*. (2022). Metabolomic analysis of sheath blight disease of rice (Oryza sativa L.) induced by Rhizoctonia solani phytotoxin. 133:3215-3227. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 133(5):3215-3227
Dauda, W.P., Rana, V.S., and Shanmugam, V*. (2022). Identification of a new phytotoxic compound from culture filtrates of an aggressive Rhizoctonia solani AG 1A isolate inducing sheath blight of rice. 62:1346-1359. Journal of Basic Microbiology. 62(11):1346-1359 8.65
Dauda, W.P, Shanmugam, V*, and Tyagi, A (2023). Biocontrol of sheath blight of rice (Oryza sativa L.) through alteration in expression dynamics of candidate effector genes of Rhizoctonia solani AG1-IA during pathogenesis. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 23;76(1):ovac008
Pothiraj, G., Husaain, Z., Singh, A.K., Solanke, A.U., Aggarwal, R., Ramesh, R. and Shanmugam, V. (2021). Characterisation of Fusarium spp. inciting vascular wilt of tomato and its management by a Chaetomium-based biocontrol consortium. Frontiers in Plant Science 12:748013. 19;12:748013. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2021.748013
Shanmugam, V., Veena, K.H., Jain, S Aggarwal, R and Ilakkiyaselvan, G. (2019). Understanding the role of uncharacterized and hypothetical pathogenicity genes of Colletotrichum orbiculare to oxidative stress and phenolics of cucumber plant in anthracnose development. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology. 57: 899-907.
Shanmugam, V., Sharma, V., Bharti, P., Jyoti, P., Yadav, S.K., Aggarwal, R. and Jain, S. (2017). RNAi induced silencing of pathogenicity genes of Fusarium spp. for vascular wilt management in tomato. Annals of Microbiology 67(5): 359-369
Shanmugam, V., Chugh, P. and Sharma, P (2015). Cold-tolerant Trichoderma species for the management of Fusarium wilt of tomato plants. Annals of Microbiology. 65:543–551.
Singh, N.A. and Shanmugam, V. (2012). Cloning and characterization of a bifunctional glycosyl hydrolase from an antagonistic Pseudomonas putida strain P3(4). Journal of Basic Microbiology 52:340-349.
Sharma, V., Bhandari, P., Singh, B., Bhatacharya, A. and Shanmugam, V. (2013). Chitinase expression due to reduction in fusaric acid level in an antagonistic Trichoderma harzianum S17TH. Indian Journal of Microbiology 53: 214-220.
Malkhan Singh Gurjar*; Jain, S.; Aggarwal, R.; Saharan, M.S.; Kumar, T.P.J.; Kharbikar, L. Transcriptome Analysis of Wheat–Tilletia indica Interaction Provides Defense and Pathogenesis-Related Genes. Plants 2022, 11, 3061.
Haritha Mohan M, Malkhan Singh Gurjar*, Prachi Jain1, Naresh Kumar, Mahender Singh Saharan1 Rashmi Aggarwal (2023). Differential gene expression analysis in germinating and dormant teliospores of Tilletia indica using RNA seq approach. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 61(3) 214-223. (Correspondence)
Shakouka MA, Gurjar MS, Aggarwal R, Saharan MS, Gogoi R, Bainsla Kumar N, Agarwal S, Kumar TPJ, Bayaa B and Khatib F (2022) Genome-Wide Association Mapping of Virulence Genes in Wheat Karnal Bunt Fungus Tilletia indica Using Double Digest Restriction-Site Associated DNA-Genotyping by Sequencing Approach. Front. Microbiol. 13:852727. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.852727) (Correspondence)
Malkhan Singh Gurjar.; Aggarwal, R.; Jain, S.; Sharma, S.; Singh, J.; Gupta, S.; Agarwal, S.; Saharan, M.S. (2021) Multilocus Sequence Typing and Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Analysis in Tilletia indica Isolates Inciting Karnal Bunt of Wheat. J. Fungi 7: 103.
Malkhan Singh Gurjar, Rashmi Aggarwal, Abhimanyu Jogawat, Deepika Kulshreshtha, Sapna Sharma, Amolkumar U. Solanke, Himanshu Dubey, Rakesh Kumar Jain (2019). Genome Sequencing and Secretome analysis of Tilletia indica inciting Karnal bunt of wheat Provides Pathogenesis-related genes. Biotech 3
Malkhan Singh Gurjar, A Jogawat, MS Saharan, R Aggarwal (2018). Response of putative pathogenicity related genes in Tilletia indica inciting Karnal bunt of wheat. Cereal Research Communications 46(1):89-103.
Malkhan S Gurjar, P Jain, S Jain, Naresh Kumar, MS Saharan, R Aggarwal (2022) Identification and validation of simple sequence repeat markers in Tilletia indica and compatibility assay of monosporidial lines, Indian Phytopathology 75-357-366.
Malkhan Singh Gurjar, Rashmi Aggarwal, Abhimanyu Jogawat, Sapna Sharma, Deepika Kulshreshtha, Anuja Gupta, Robin Gogoi, Thirumalaisamy P.P. and Abhinav Saini (2017). Development of real time PCR assay for the detection and quantification of teliospores of Tilletia indica in soil. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 55 (6): 549-554.
Aggarwal, R., Agarwal, S., Sharma, S. Malkhan Singh Gurjar et al. (2022). Whole-genome sequence analysis of Bipolaris sorokiniana infecting wheat in India and characterization of ToxA gene in different isolates as pathogenicity determinants. 3 Biotech 12, 151.
Malkhan Singh Gurjar, Vinay Sagar, Tusar Kanti Bag, Bir Pal Singh, Sanjeev Sharma, Jeevlatha Arjunan, Rahul R Bakade and Kangabam Suraj Singh (2015). Genetic diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains causing bacterial wilt of potato in the Meghalaya state of India. Journal of Plant Pathology. 97(1):135-142.
Bag, TK; Srivastava, AK; Yadav, SK; Gurjar, MS; Diengdoh, LC; Rai, R and Sukhwinder Singh. 2015. Potato (Solanum tuberosum) aeroponics for quality seed production in the northeastern Himalayan region of India. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 85(10): 1360-1364.
Bag, T. K. (2004) Two New Orchid Hosts of Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. from India. Plant Pathology 53: 255.
Pradhan PC, Mukhopadhyaya A, Kumar R, Kundu A, Patanjali N, Dutta A, Kamil D, Bag TK, Aggarwal R, Bharadwaj C, Singh PK, Singh A. 2022. Performance appraisal of Trichoderma viride-based novel tablet and powder formulations for management of Fusarium wilt disease in chickpea. Frontiers in Plant Science. 2022 Oct 7; 13:990392. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2022.990392.
Hamida, D., Kundu, A., Kaur, R., Tripathi, S. and Bag, T.K. 2023. Fusaric Acid Production by Different Isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris and Effect of Selected Culture Filtrate Containing Fusaric Acid on Dynamics of Plant Pigments in Chickpea. Legume Research. doi: 10.18805/LR-5039.
Sherpa, A. R., Bag, T. K., Hallan, V. and Zaidi, A.A. (2006). Detection of Odontoglossun Ring spot virus in Orchid from Sikkim, India. Australasian Plant Pathology, 35: 69-71.
Dutta, R., Azadthakur , N. S., Bag, T. K., Anita, N., Satish Chandra and Ngachan S. V. 2010. New Record of Red Palm Weevil, Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on Arecanut Palm from Meghalaya, India. Florida Entomologist. 93 (3):446-448.
Gurjar, MS., Sagar, V., Bag, TK., Singh, BP, Sharma, S., Jeevalatha, A.; Bakade, RR. and Singh, K. S. 2015. Genetic diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains causing bacterial wilt of potato in the Meghalaya state of India. Journal of Plant Pathology, 97: 135-142.
Yadav, S.K., Srivastava, A.K. and T.K. Bag. 2016. Effect of integration of nutrient sources on yield and quality of potato under rainfed conditions. Indian Journal of Horticulture. 73(4): 544-549.
Yadav, S K., Lal, S S., Srivastava, A K., Bag, T K., Singh, B P. 2015. Efficacy of chemical and non-chemical methods of weed management in rainfed potato (Solanum tuberosum). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 85 (3): 382-386.
Yadav, S K, Srivastava, A K; Bag, T K; Yogesh Kumar and Sushil Kumar. 2015. Productivity, profitability and resource use efficiency of potato (Solanum tuberosum) based cropping systems in eastern Himalayan region. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 85: 921-925.
Kumar, S., Phogat, B. S., Vikas, V. K., Sharma, A. K., Saharan, M. S., Singh, A. K. et al. 2019. Mining of Indian wheat germplasm collection for adult plant resistance to leaf rust. PLoS One 14(3): e0213468.
Aggarwal, R., Kulshreshtha, D., Sharma, S., Singh, V. K., Manjunatha, C., Bhardwaj, S. C. and Saharan, M. S. 2018. Molecular characterization of Indian pathotypes of Puccinia striiformis tritici and multigene phylogenetic analysis to establish inter- and intraspecific relationship. Genetics and Molecular Biology. DOI:htto://
Trethowan, R., Chatrath, R., Tiwari, R., Kumar, S., Saharan, M. S., Bains, N., Sohu, V. S., Srivastava, P., Sharma, A., De, N., Prakash, S., Singh, G. P., Sharma, I., Eagles, H., Diffey, S., Bansal, U. and Bariana, H. 2018. An analysis of wheat yield and adaptation in India. Field Crops Research 219: 192-213.
Sharma, P., Shefali, Pandey B., Muthusamy, S.K., Kumar, S., Saharan, M. S., Kumar, Sudheer, Singroha, G., Sharma, Indu and Singh, G. P. 2018. Development and validation of microsatellite markers for Karnal bunt (Tilletia indica) and loose smut (Ustilago segetum tritici) of wheat from related fungal species. Journal of Phytopathology. 166: 729-738.
Kumar, A., Pandey, V., Singh, Manoj, Pandey, D. and Saharan, M. S. 2017. Draft genome sequence of Karnal bunt pathogen (Tilletia indica) of wheat provides insights into the pathogenic mechanisms of quarantined fungus. PLOS One 12 (2):e0171323, doi;10.1371/journal.pone.0171323.
Sundeep Kumar, ........,Saharan, M. S. and others. 2017. Evaluation of 19460 wheat accessions conserved in the Indian National Gene Bank to identify new sources of resistance to rust and spot blotch diseases. PLOS One / DOI: 10.1371 / journal.pone. 0167702 Dec.12, 2016: 1-31.
Saharan, M. S. and Naef, A. 2008. Detection of genetic variation among Indian wheat head scab pathogens (Fusarium spp./isolates) with microsatellite markers. Crop Protection 27: 1148 -1154.
Saharan, M. S. and Saharan, G. S. 2004. Influence of weather factors on the incidence of Alternaria blight of cluster bean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.) on varieties with different susceptibilities. Crop Protection 23: 1223-1227.
Sushma Kumari Pawar, Sharma, D., Duhan, J. S., Saharan, M. S., Tiwari, R., and Sharma, I. 2016. Mapping of stripe rust resistance QTL in Cappelle–Desprez 3 PBW343 RIL population effective in northern wheat belt of India. 3 Biotech 2016 6: 76-82.
Kumar, S., Singroha, G., Bhardwaj, S. C., Bala, R., Saharan, M. S., Khan, M. A., Mahapatra, S., Sivasamy, M., Rana, V., Mishra, C. N., Prakash, Om, Verma, a., Sharma, P., Sharma, I., Chatrath, R., Singh, G. P. and Gupta, V. 2019. Multi environment evaluation of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) germplasm identifies donors with multuiple fungal disease resistance. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 66: 797-808.
F. Khan, M. Atif, Shumaila Shahid, S.A.A Nami. 2022. Synthesis, classification and properties of hydrogels: their applications in drug delivery and agriculture. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 10 (2022) 170-203. (Impact Factor: 7.571, NAAS rating: 13.57).
L. Prasad, S. Katoch, Shumaila Shahid. 2022 Microbial interaction mediated programmed cell death in plants. 3 Biotech, 12 (2022) 43. (Impact Factor: 3.446, NAAS rating: 8.41).
S.I.Ahmad, R. Ahmad, M.S. Khan, R. Kant, Shumaila Shahid, G. Leela I. Hassan. 2020. Chitin and its derivatives:Structural properties and biomedical applications. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 164 (2020) 526-539. (Impact Factor: 8.025, NAAS rating: 14.03).
Shumaila Shahid and M.R. Khan. 2019. Evaluation of biocontrol agents for the management of root-rot of mungbean caused by Macrophomina phaseolina. Indian Phytopathology, 72 (1) 89-98. (Impact Factor: 0.458, NAAS rating: 5.95).
Prasad L. and Shumaila Shahid. 2018. Fungal biocobtrol agents against agriculturally important invertebrate pests. M.R. Khan, A.N. Mukopadhyay, R.N. Pandey, M.P. Thakur, D.Singh, M.A. Siddiqui, M. Akram, Z. Haque (eds). Bio-intensive approaches: Application and effectiveness in the management of plant nematodes, insects and weeds. Indian Phytopathological Society, (2018) 397-425.
M.R. Khan, Shumaila Shahid, F.A. Mohidin and U. Mustafa. 2017. Interaction of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. gladioli and Meloidogyne incognita on gladiolus cultivars and its management through corm treatment with biopesticides and pesticides. Biological Control, 115 (2017) 95-104. (Impact Factor: 3.687, NAAS rating: 9.86).
Shumaila Shahid and M.R. Khan. 2016. Management of root-rot of mungbean caused by Macrophomina phaseolina through seed treatment with fungicides. Indian Phytopathology, 69 (2016) 128-136. (Impact Factor: 0.458, NAAS rating: 5.95).
Shumaila Shahid and M.R. Khan. 2016. Biological Control of Root-rot on Mungbean Plants Incited By Macrophomina phaseolina Through Microbial Antagonists. Plant Pathology Journal, 15 (2016) 27-39. (Impact Factor: 2.321, NAAS rating: 7.80).
M.R. Khan, M.A. Anwer and Shumaila Shahid (2011). Management of gray mold of chickpea, Botrytis cinerea with bacterial and fungal biopesticides using different modes of inoculation and application. Biological Control, 57 (2011) 13-23. (Impact Factor: 3.687, NAAS rating: 9.86).
M.R. Khan, S. Ashraf, Shumaila Shahid and M.A. Anwer (2010). Response of some chickpea cultivars to foliar, seed and soil inoculations with Botrytis cinerea. Phytopathologia Meditteranea, 49 (2010) 275-286. (Impact Factor: 2.02, NAAS rating: 7.79).
Huirem Chandrajini Devi, K Sarda Devi, Rakesh Sanabam, Neeta Pathaw, Oinam Priyoda Devi, Ng Taibangnganbi Chanu, Albert Maibam, W Tampakleima Chanu, Jyotsana Sanasam, SS Roy, Ch Premabati Devi, A Ratankumar Singh, Ph Sobita Devi, Nitika Gupta, Susheel Kumar Sharma (2023). Simplified extraction protocol for plant tissues and reverse transcription RPA assay for quick and reliable diagnosis and its application in resistance screening of chilli veinal mottle virus. Crop Protection. 170: 106280 ( (NAAS Rating: 9.04)
Nitika Gupta, Richa Rai, Sabina Islam, RP Meena, V.K Baranwal (2022). Production of polyclonal antibodies against leek yellow stripe virus (LYSV) coat protein expressed in Escherichia coli and its application in serological diagnostics. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 76(2): 1-9. (NAAS Rating: 8.81)
G Kishan, R Kumar, SK Sharma, N Srivastava, N Gupta, A Kumar, VK Baranwal (2023). Development and application of crude sap-based recombinase polymerase amplification assay for detection and occurrence of grapevine geminivirus A in Indian grapevine cultivars. Frontiers in Plant Science. 9;14:1151471. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2023.1151471 (NAAS Rating: 12.63).
SK Sharma, A Ghosh, N Gupta, VK Baranwal, S Jangra (2022). Evidence for association of southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus with the recently emerged stunting disease of rice in North-West India. The Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding. 82(4):1-5. (NAAS Rating: 7.34)
Richa Rai, S.M. Paul Khurana, Sandeep Kumar, Nitika Gupta, V.K. Baranwal (2018). Serological detection of Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 4 in grapevine growing areas of India using polyclonal antiserum raised against the recombinant coat protein. Crop Protection.109 :128-135. (NAAS Rating: 9.04)
Nitika Gupta, Sabina Islam, Susheel Kumar Sharma and Virendra Kumar Baranwal (2017). Complete genome sequence of an isolate of leek yellow stripe virus from garlic in India. Journal of Plant Pathology 99 (3) 793-797. (NAAS Rating: 8.64)
Nitika Gupta, R. K. Jain, G. P. Rao and Virendra Kumar Baranwal (2017). Molecular characterization and phylogenetic analysis of coat protein gene of Leek yellow stripe virus infecting garlic in India. Indian Phytopathology 70(1) 114- 121. (NAAS Rating: 5.95)
Shilpa Shree K.G, K.V. Prasad, Safeena S.A., Tarak Nath Saha, Ganesh B. Kadam, Nitika Gupta, Pritam R Jadhav (2021). Effect of potting media containing industrial by-products on growth and fowering of chrysanthemum cv. Basanti. Indian Journal of Horticulture 78 (2): 221- 226. (NAAS Rating: 6)
Nitika Gupta, Prabha K., G. B. Kadam, S Sriram and N.K. Chandran (2017). Yellows and corm rot in gladiolus: Incidence, identification and characterization of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. gladioli. Indian Phytopathology 69 (4s) 51-53. (NAAS Rating: 5.95)
Nitika Gupta, K. Prabha, S. Islam, V.K. Baranwal (2013). First report of Leek Yellow stripe virus in garlic from India. Journal of Plant Pathology 95 (S4) 75. (NAAS Rating: 8.64)
Joshi Deeksha, Singh P., Singh A.K., Lal R.J. and Tripathi Nidhi. 2016. Antifungal potential of metabolites form Trichoderma sp. against Colletotrichum falcatum Went causing red rot of Sugarcane. Sugar Tech. 18(5): 529-536.
Joshi, Deeksha and S.C. Misra. 2013. Characterization of Trichoderma isolates from sugarcane agro-ecosystem and their efficacy against Colletotrichum falcatum causing red rot of sugarcane. Sugar Tech 15(2): 192-196.
Joshi Deeksha, Singh Pushpa, Holkar S and Kumar S. 2019. Trichoderma mediated suppression of red rot of sugarcane under field conditions in sub-tropical India. Sugar Tech 21 (3): 496-504
Joshi, Deeksha, K.S. Hooda, J. C. Bhatt, B. L. Mina and H. S. Gupta. 2009. Suppressive effects of composts on soil-borne and foliar diseases of French bean in the field in the western Indian Himalayas. Crop Protection 28: 608-615
Joshi, Deeksha, Bhatt, J.C., Hooda, K.S. and Gupta Arun. 2012. Management of finger millet (Eleusine coracana) blast under field conditions by plant extracts. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 82 (3): 284-287
Singh Pushpa, Tripathi N., Joshi D., Pathak A.D. and Sethi A. 2018. Trichoderma elicitors create a potential chemical barrier through induced systemic resistance against Colletotrichum falcatum and minimise sucrose losses in sugarcane. Journal of Plant Pathology 100(2): 151-162
Sushil S.N, Joshi Deeksha, Roy S., Rao G.P., Pathak A.D. 2022. Plant Quarantine Regulations with Reference to Sugarcane in India: Strengths and Challenges. Sugar Tech. 24 (5): 1319-1329. DOI: 10.1007/s12355-022-01125-3
Sushil, S.N., Roy, S., Jaiswal, A.K., Joshi Deeksha, Pathak, A.D. 2021. Management of termites through different tools and their impact on environment and soil micro-arthropods in Sugarcane in Indo-Gangetic Plains of India. Sugar Tech 23, 865–871
Chandra, A., Singh, D., Joshi, D. et al. 2021. A highly contiguous reference genome assembly for Colletotrichum falcatum pathotype Cf08 causing red rot disease in sugarcane. 3 Biotech 11(3): 148
Joshi, Deeksha, Hooda, K.S. and Bhatt, J.C. 2009. Integration of soil solarization with bio-fumigation and Trichoderma spp. for management of damping-off in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) in the mid altitude Region of north western Himalayas. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 79 (9): 754-757.
Devi OP, Sharma SK, Sanatombi K, Devi KS, Pathaw N, Roy SS, Chanu NT, Sanabam R, Devi HC, Singh AR and Baranwal VK. 2023. A simplified multiplex PCR assay for simultaneous detection of six viruses infecting diverse chilli species in India and its application in field diagnosis. Pathogens, 12: 6. (NAAS Rating: 10.53) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sharma SK, Pathaw N, Wangkhem B, Jackson KS, Devi KS, Roy SS, Singh AR, Singh R, Banerjee A, Kumar S, Ningombam A, Firake DM and Singh TS. 2022. Simple template-based reverse transcription-recombinase polymerase amplification assay for routine diagnosis of citrus tristeza virus. Letters in Applied Microbiology (NAAS Rating: 8.81) [Role: First & Corresponding Author]
Sharma SK, Ghosh A, Gupta N, Singh AK, Diksha D, Thapa P, Jangra S and Baranwal VK. 2022. Evidence for association of southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus with the recently emerged stunting disease of rice in North-West India. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding. 82 (4): 512-516. doi: 10.31742/ISGPB.82.4.16 (NAAS Rating: 7.34) [Role: First Author]
Sharma SK, Chanu Ng T, Anand YR, Singh YH, Singh S, Raj C, Baranwal VK, Rai R, Sanabam R, Roy SS, Ansari MA and Prakash N. 2019. First report of large cardamom chirke virus, a macluravirus naturally infecting chilli crop in India. Plant Disease (NAAS Rating: 10.61) [Role: First & Corresponding Author]
Singh YH, Sharma SK, Sinha B, Baranwal VK, Singh NB, Chanu NT, Roy SS, Ansari MA, Ningombam A, Devi PS, Das AK, Singh S, Singh KM and Prakash N. 2019. Genetic Variability Based on Tandem Repeat Numbers in a Genomic Locus of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ Prevalent in North East India. The Plant Pathology Journal. 35: 644-653. (NAAS Rating: 8.32) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sanabam S, Chanu NT, Sharma SK, Roy SS, Ansari MA, and Prakash N. 2018. Genetic diversity of Chilli veinal mottle virus infecting different chilli landraces in North East India indicates the possibility of transboundary movement of virus. 3 Biotech 8:357, (NAAS Rating: 8.89) [Role: Corresponding Author]
Sharma SK, Vignesh Kumar P, Geetanjali, AS, Pun, KB, Baranwal VK. 2015. Subpopulation level variation of banana streak viruses in India and common evolution of banana and sugarcane badnaviruses. Virus Genes 50: 450-465. (NAAS Rating: 8.20) [Role: First Author]
Sharma SK, Vignesh Kumar P and Baranwal VK. 2014a. Immunodiagnosis of episomal Banana streak MY virus using polyclonal antibodies to an expressed putative coat protein. Journal of Virological Methods 207: 86-94. (NAAS Rating: 8.62) [Role: First Author]
Sharma SK, Vignesh Kumar P, Poswal R, Rai R, Geetanjali AS, Prabha K, Jain RK and Baranwal VK. 2014b. Occurrence and distribution of banana streak disease and standardization of a reliable detection procedure for routine indexing of banana streak viruses in India. Scientia Horticulturae 179: 277-283. (NAAS Rating: 10.34) [Role: First Author]
Sharma SK, Tarafdar A, Khatun D, Sumita K and Biswas KK. 2012. Intra-farm diversity and evidence of genetic recombination of Citrus tristeza virus isolates in Delhi region of India. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology 21: 38-43. (NAAS Rating: 7.53) [Role: First Author]
Ravinder Kumar, Milan Kumar Lal, Rahul Kumar Tiwari, Kumar Nishant Chourasia, Awadhesh Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Shivangi Sharma, and Brajesh Singh. 2023. "Investigating the Interplay between Tomato Leaf Curl New Delhi Virus Infection, Starch Metabolism and Antioxidant Defence System in Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)" Antioxidants 12, no. 7: 1447. [First author (NAAS Rating: 13.0)]
Ravinder Kumar, Priyanka Kaundal, Rahul Kumar Tiwari, Milan Kumar Lal, Hema Kumari, Rakesh Kumar, Kailash Chandra Naga, Awadhesh Kumar, Brajesh Singh, Vinay Sagar, and Sanjeev Sharma. 2023. "Development of Reverse Transcription Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RT-RPA): A Methodology for Quick Diagnosis of Potato Leafroll Viral Disease in Potato". International Journal of Molecular Sciences 24, no. 3: 2511. [First author (NAAS Rating: 11.6)]
Ravinder Kumar, Priyanka Kaundal, Rahul Kumar Tiwari, Sundaresha Siddappa, Hema Kumari, Kailash Chandra Naga, Sanjeev Sharma, Manoj Kumar (2021) Rapid and sensitive detection of potato virus X by one-step reverse transcription-recombinase polymerase amplification method in potato leaves and dormant tubers, Molecular and Cellular Probes, Volume 58, 101743. [First author (NAAS Rating: 9.3)]
Ravinder Kumar, P Kaundal, RK Tiwari, Sundaresha S, Hema Kumari, MK Lal, KC Naga, S Sharma, V Sagar, Manoj Kumar (2022). Establishment of a one-step reverse transcription recombinase polymerase amplification assay for the detection of potato virus S. Journal of Virological methods. 2022 Sep; 307: 114568. [First author (NAAS Rating: 9.1)]
Ravinder Kumar, P. Kaundal, Jeevalatha A, S Sharma and SK Chakrabarti (2020). Development of a visual detection of Potato virus S by reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification. 3Biotech, 10: 213. [First author (NAAS Rating: 8.8)]
Ravinder Kumar, A. Jeevalatha, R. Baswaraj, S Sharma and M. Nagesh (2017). A multiplex RT-PCR assay for simultaneous detection of five viruses in potato. Journal of Plant Pathology, 99(1): 37-45. [First author (NAAS Rating: 8.2)]
Ravinder Kumar, Kaundal, P; Tiwari, RK; Lal, MK; Kumari, H; Kumar, R; Sagar, V; Singh, B (2023). Optimization of a Simple, Low-cost One-Step Reverse Transcription Recombinase Polymerase Amplification Method for Real-Time Detection of Potato Virus A in Potato Leaves and Tubers. 3 Biotech 13, 373. [First author (NAAS Rating: 8.8)]
Rahman, M., Borah, S. M., Borah, P. K., BORA, P., Sarmah, B. K., Lal, M. K., Tiwari, R. K., & Ravinder Kumar (2023). Deciphering the antimicrobial activity of multifaceted rhizospheric biocontrol agents of solanaceous crops viz., Trichoderma harzianum MC2 and Trichoderma harzianum NBG. Frontiers in Plant Science, 14:1141506. [Corresponding author (NAAS Rating: 11.6)]
Buttar, H.S., Singh, A., Sirari, A., Anupam, Kaur, K., Kumar, A., Lal, M.K., Tiwari, R.K., Ravinder Kumar (2023). Investigating the Impact of Fungicides and Mungbean Genotypes on the Management of Pod Rot Disease Caused by Fusarium equiseti and Fusarium chlamydosporum Frontiers in Plant Science, 14: 1164245. [Corresponding author (NAAS Rating: 11.6)]
Prashant Kumar Chauhan, Naresh Mehta, R S Chauhan, Abhishek Kumar, Harbinder Singh, Milan Kumar Lal, Rahul Kumar Tiwari, Ravinder Kumar (2023). Utilization of primary and secondary biochemical compounds in cotton as diagnostic markers for measuring resistance to cotton leaf curl virus (CLCuV). Frontiers in Plant Science, 14: 1185337. [Corresponding author (NAAS Rating: 11.6)]