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Research

Division :

Bio-Prospecting and Indigenous Knowledge Division

Head :

Dr. S.C. Biswas

About Us :

Mandate :

Manpower :

Emp. Id SL. No. Emp. Name Designation E-Mail Ph(Off) Ph(Res) Mobile Photo Details
831Dr. S.C. BiswasScientist-Bbiswassc@icfre.org0376-23051178811989835Details
532Mrs. Nibedita BaruahResearch Officer Grade-IIbaruahn@icfre.org0376-23052289435830318Details
1463Shri P C SaikiaResearch Officer Grade-IIsaikiapc@icfre.org0376-23052288011534339Details
544Dr. Prosanta HazarikaResearch Assistant-Ihazarikap@icfre.org0376-23051239435352802Details
1005Sri Kalyan HazarikaResearch Assistant-Ihazarikak@icfre.org03762305158-9435909661Details
1186Sh. Jogot Ch. BaruahResearch Assistant-IIbaruahjc@icfre.org9435693025Details
347Makhan Chandra BorahTechnical Assistant Group Cborahmc@icfre.org03762305228Details

Projects :

Pr Id SL. No. Title Start Year End Year Funding Agency Principal Investigator Status
171Morinda citrifolia L. (Noni)- livelihood option for the people of North East India20132016National Medicinal Plant Board (NMPB), MoH & FW, New DelhiDr. T.N Manohara, Sc-DOngoing
182Exploration of adhesive materials for incense sticks from the plant species of north east India20142016ICFREDr. S.C. Biswas, Sc-BOngoing
193Evaluation of forest fruits for the nutritional value and develop value added products for economic enhancement of the local peopleICFREDr. S.C. Biswas, Sc-Bcompleted
204Standardization of nursery techniques of selected wild fruit plants of North East India for their effective conservation and development of value added products for inclusive growthICFREDr. T.N. Manohara, Sc-DCompleted

Details of the Technologies Developed :

*Data Not Available

Scientific Facilities :

Fc Id SL. No. Title Description
21SCIENTIFIC FACILITIESThe Division is equipped with various research facilities including equipments, mist chambers, green house and a fairly equipped Phyto-chemistry Lab for pursuing research work on chemical aspects of plants for productivity enhancement and value addition.

Major Equipment :

Eq. Id SL. No. Title
211.Laminar Air Flow Make Labotech; Model BDI-129 Sl NO.201110216 2. Colorimeter Make : Systronics; Sl No : 1135 3. Spectrophotometer

List of Publications :

Pub. Id SL. No. Title
41Bhuyan T.C. & Sas Biswas (1991): Glycosmis cyosa var. Simplicifolia (Kurz.) Narayan â?? An addition to the flora of Garo Hills, Meghalya. Indian Forester 117(8): 642-643.
52Bhuyan T.C. (1996): Parkia roxburghii- The tree bean: Rainforest News I (1): 1-2.
63Bhuyan T.C. (2007): Commercial Cultivation of bamboos. Published in: Bamboo in NE India: A Management Guide (24-36). RFRI Publication.
74Bhuyan T.C., K.C. Pathak and Sas Biswas (1987): New Distributional records of Acalypha australis Linn. (Euphor biaceae) in India. Indian Journal of Forestry 10(1): 65-66.
85Biswas Sas & T.C. Bhuyan (1983): On the identity of some food plants of Garo Hills, Meghalaya Indian Journal of Forestry 6(3) : 208-213
96Biswas Sas and T.C. Bhuyan and G.C. Thakuria (1991): Studies on the Forest Flora of Lower Assam with particular reference to the Kachugaon Reserve Forests, District â?? Kokrajhar, Assam in higher plants of Indian Sub-continent Vol.-II: 173-181 (Addl. Series of Indian Journal of Forestry)
107Biswas Sas, Pathak K.C.,Bhuyan T.C.,Ahmed A., Thakuria, G.C (1998) Flora of Burnihat Valley, Assam-Meghalaya. Addl. Series Ind.J.For VIII (X): 145-180.
118D. Dutta, D. P. Bora & R. K. Kalita (2003) Arbuscular mycorrhizal association in forest trees of Northeastern region of India. MyForest 39(2): 171-177.
129D. Dutta, H.N.Dhungana, G.S. Sarma and P. Hazarika (1995) Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Association in the seedlings of some Plant Species. J.Biol.Sci.Soc.N.E.Ind.Vol. 2: 56-57.
1310H. N. Dhungana, D. Dutta, G .S. Sarma and P. Hazarika (1996) Occurrence of Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae in seedlings of some forest tree species. J. Trop.For. Vol 12(III) 156-158
1411Hazarika , P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (2006) Natural colonization of plant species on coal mine spoils at Tikak Colliery, Assam Tropical Ecology 47(1) : 37-46.
1512Hazarika, P. Y.P. Singh and N.C. Talukdar (2003) Effect of coalmining on soil microbial biomass and nutritional status in different aged overburden dumps and natural recovery pattern. J. Trop. For. 19(3&4): 24-34
1613Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (2004) Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Soil Amendments in Restoration and Revegetation of Coalmine Overburden Dumps of Margherita Coalbelt, Assam, Ecology, Environment & Conservation 10 (4): 431-442
1714Hazarika, P., Tripathi, Y.C. and Zhasa, N.N. (2003) Indigenous and Traditional Agroforestry in Assam, pp. 149-152. In: B.P.Bhatt, K.M. Bujarbaruah, Y.P.Sharma and Patiram (Eds.) Proc. Nat. Sem. on Approaches for Increasing Agricultural Productivity in Hill and Mountain Ecosystem, ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghalaya
1815Kalita, R. K., Pathak, K. C., Khatri, P. .K. and Chandra, A. (2003) Severe infestation of Mistletoe on Gmelina arborea (Roxb.) in the state of Mizoram. Communicated to Indian Forester, Dehradun, India.
1916Singh, Ombir., Jasbir Singh, T.C.Bhuyan (2004): Establishment of Seed Production Area of Khasi Pine (Pinus kesiya) in Meghalaya through Improved Technique. In. For. Vol.130 (6): 691-698.
2017Pandey BK and TC Bhuyan (2006): Cultivation Practices of Commercially Significant Bamboos. Published in the training manual on Propagation and cultivation of Bamboos (ICFRE/RFRI/TM-1), RFRI. Jorhat
2118Pattanaik S., K.C. Pathak, T.C. Bhuyan, N. Khoragade, Pranab Das and K.G. Prasad (2004: Mensurational study in Melocanna baccifera. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 16 (1): 62-70.
2219Pattanaik S., T.C. Bhuyan, K.C. Pathak, K.K. Sharma, C. Deka, B. Meitram, R.C. Singh and H. Kaur (2001): An insight into the Utilization pattern of Bamboo and Canes in Handicraft Industries of Assam and Manipur. Published in souvenir of National Workshop held at KFRI, Peechi, Kerala on Policy and Legal Issues in Cultivation and Utilization of Bamboo, Rattan and Forest trees in Private and Community lands. Page 75-78.
2320Pattanaik.S, Pathak.K.C. , Bhuyan.T.C. and Prasad, K.G. Bamboo Improvement Programme at RFRI and Strategies for Management of Bamboo Flowering. (RFRI Publication).
2421Prasad .K.G. Pattanaik S,.Pathak K.C,Bhuyan T.C (2003) Resource Enhancement and Processing of Cane & Bamboo Species Suitable for Handicrafts
2522Prasad, K.G., Pattanaik, S. Pathak, K.C. and Bhuyan,T.C. Theme Paper on Bambusa vulagris Schard. (RFRI Publication).
2623R. K. Kalita (2002) Yellowing of teak (Tectona grandis) in Mizoram. Communicated to Indian Forester, Dehradun, India.
2724R. K. Kalita and Anup Chandra (2002) Natural infestation of Mistletoe in various trees in Jorhat district of Assam. Indian Forester 128(7): 815-816.
2825R. K. Kalita, D. P. Bora & D. Dutta (2002) Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal association with some native plants. Indian Journal of Forestry 25:143-146.
2926R. K. Kalita, D. P. Bora & D. Dutta (2004) Associations of arbuscular mycorrhizas with twenty biomass species in Assam. Indian Forester 130:699-704.
3027R. K. Kalita, P. Bahadur & V. P. Kulshresth (1996) Resistance in wheat to leaf rust. Cereal Rusts and Powdery Mildews Bulletin, 24: 23-28.
3128R.K. Bora, D. Dutta and P. Hazarika (1998). Some new records of fungi from Northeast India. Van Vigyan Vol. 36(1) 41-43.
3229R.K. Bora, D. Dutta and P. Hazarika (1998). Three new phyllachora leaf spots from Assam. Ind. J. For. 21(3) 256-258
3330S. Pattanaik, P. Hazarika and P. Das (2001). Productivity improvement strategies for Bamboos of North East India. (In proceedings of the workshop on â?? Application of improved technology for Afforestration in North- East Indiaâ?? held at IRMDFR, Jorhat, India on 24th to 26 th 2001)
3431Rajesh Tandon, T. N. Manohara, B. H. M. Nijalingappa and K R Shivanna. 2001. Pollination Pollen- pistil Interaction in Oil Palm, Elaeis guineensis. Ann. Bot. 87: 831-838.
3532Sas Biswas, K.C. Pathak, T.C. Bhuyan, A. Ahmed and G.C. Thakuriya (1998): Flora of Burnihat Valley, Assam, Meghalaya. In additional series of Indian Journal of Forestry (No. X) Higher Plants of Indian sub-continent Vol. VIII: 145-180.
3633Singh J., H. R. Bora, T.C. Bhuyan, A. Ahmed, K.C. Pathak (1994): Ethno botanical studies of Sham Tribes of Golaghat and Karbi Anglong districts, of Assam â?? I, Medicinal plant. Indian Journal of Forestry, Addl. Series 12: 350-356 Biswas Sas and T. C. Bhuyan (1996): Gregarious flowering of bamboos in N.E. India, Indian Forester 122 (3): 275-276.
3734Singh J., T.C. Bhuyan, Ajay Thakur, Animesh Sinha and N.D. Khobragade: Technical report on Seed Production Area, Tectona grandis (Teak) Hmawngkhawthlir-1(SPA/MZ/Tg/1)
3835Singh J., T.C. Bhuyan, Ajay Thakur, Animesh Sinha and N.D. Khobragade: Seed Production Area Tectona grandis (Teak) Hmawngkhawthlir-2 (SPA/MZ/Tg/2).
3936Singh J., T.C. Bhuyan, Ajay Thakur, Animesh Sinha and N.D. Khobragade: Seed Production Area Tectona grandis (Teak) Bilkhawthlir-3 (SPA/MZ/Tg/3).
4037Singh J., T.C. Bhuyan, and Animesh Sinha: Seed Production Area Pinus kesiya (Khasi Pine) Riet Khawn, Shillong (Meghalaya) (SPA/ML/PK/1).
4138Singh J., T.C. Bhuyan, and Animesh Sinha: Seed Production Area Tectona grandis (Teak) Hatigarh (SPA/AS/TG/1).
4239Singh J., T.C. Bhuyan, and Animesh Sinha: Seed Production Area Tectona grandis (Teak) Kulsi (SPA/AS/TG/2).
4340Singh J., T.C. Bhuyan, and Ombir Singh: Seed Production Area Pinus kesiya (Khasi Pine) Riet Khawn, Shillong (Meghalaya) (SPA/ML/PK/2).
4441Bachpai, V.K.W., S.Pattanaik, K.C.Pathak,T.C.Bhuyan, K.Hazarika, R.Bhattacharyya and A. Kharshi-ing(2005) Studies on Growth Behavior of some Bambusa tulda Roxb. Plus clumps: In.For.Vol.131(5):711-718
4542Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh 2004. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Soil Amendments in Restoration and Revegetation of Coalmine Overburden Dumps of Margherita Coalbelt, Assam Ecology, Environment & Conservation10 (4): 431-442 (IF 0.14)
4643Kalita, R. K., K. C. Pathak, P. K. Khatri, and A. Chandra 2006 Severe infestation of Mistletoe on Gmelina arborea (Roxb.) in the state of Mizoram. Indian Forester Vol. 132, No. 3, 381-384.
4744Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh 2006. Natural colonization of plant species on coal mine spoils at Tikak Colliery, Assam Tropical Ecology47(1): 37-46.
4845Manohara, T. N., S. N. Ramaswamy and G. R. Shivamurthy. 2007. Calamus - dwindling resources? Curr. Sci. 92: 290-292.
4946Tripathy Y.C. A.Thakur & T.C.Bhuyan 2008. Bamboo Management for Productivity Enhancement Ind. For. 134 (9): 1136-1146
5047Saxena, H.O. Vikas Rana, Y.C. Tripathi and S.C. Biswas 2008. Arjun (Terminalia arjuna) bark: a promising herbal drug for heart diseases. Sustainable Development Vol.2 (Jul.-Dec.), pp. 11-17.
5148Vikas Rana, Vineet Kumar and P.L. Soni 2009. Structure of the oligosaccahrides isolated from Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. Leaf polysaccharide Carbohydrate Polymers 78 (3), pp.520-25.
5249Vikas Rana and Rakesh Bachetii 2009. Seed galactomannans: A natural source of industrial potential International Transactions in Applied Sciences 1 (4), pp.667-680
5350Sajad Yousuf, R.K.Bachetii and Vikas Rana 2010. Anti-dibetic activity of Argyrolobium roseum Universities Journal of Phyto-Chemistry of Ayruvedic heights 1 (7), pp19-22
5451Manohara, T. N., Linto, E.L. & Renuka, C. 2010. Diversity and conservation of palms in Andaman & Nicobar archipelago. Biodiversity Conservation 19: 3655-3666.
5552Hazarika, P. and Y.C. Tripathi (2010) Sustainable Exploration of Biomass and Bio-Energy Potential of Wetland Flora of Assam: A Conceptual Exposition. Indian Forester: 1492-1502
5653Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (2010) Effect of application of beneficial microorganisms, lime, organic amendments and top soil on growth of Crotolaria striata D C in coalmine overburden dump spoils. Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc. Vol. 12, No. (3): 495-504
5754Hazarika P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P. Singh (2010) Arbuscular mycorrhizal association in naturally invading plant species in overburden dumps and adjacent natural forest sites of Tikak Colliery, Margherita, Assam, India Eco. Env. & Cons. 16 (1): 13-24
5855Manohara. T.N. 2013. Nutritional Evaluation of Shoots of Two Rattans of Northeast Indiaâ??Calamus flagellum Griff. ex Mart. and C. floribundus Griff. (Arecaceae). Economic Botany 67(3): 263-268.
5956Manohara. T.N. 2013. Wasp-mediated seed dispersal in agarwood plant (Aquilaria malaccensis), a critically endangered and overexploited species of North East India. Curr. Sci. 105(3):298-299
6057Hazarika, P., N.C.Talukdar and Y.P. Singh (2014) Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) In Revegetated Coal Mine Overburden Dumps of Margherita, Assam, India. Life Sciences Leaflets 51: 40-58
6158Hazarika, P., Biswas S.C. and Kalita R.K (2014) A Case Study on Peopleâ??s Choice Conservation of Biodiversity in Homesteads of Assam, India. Int. Res. J. Biological Sci. 3(1), 89-94.
6259Hazarika, P., S.C. Biswas and D. Dutta (2015) Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Association in Homestead Bamboo Species of Assam, India. Life Sciences Leaflets 60: 87-96
6360Tripathi Y.C. and P. Hazarika (2015) Impact of Harvesting Cycle, Maturity Stage, Drying and Storage on Essential Oil Content of Patchouli Leaves Grown in Northeast Region of India. Journal of essential oil-bearing plants JEOP (Impact Factor: 0.19). 02/2015; 17(6):1389-1396
6461Zhasa, N. N; Hazarika, P and Tripathi Y.C(2015) Indigenous Knowledge on Utilization of plant biodiversity for treatment and cure of diseases of human beings in Nagaland: A case study. Int. Res. J. Biological Sci. 4 (4), 89 -106
6562Hazarika, P., Nilakshi Kakati and R.K. Kalita (2015) Indigenous Knowledge in Relation to Conservation and Management of Forest Biodiversity of Assam. Life Sciences Leaflets 63:64-93
6663Hazarika P. and B.K. Pandey (2008). Plant Resource Dependent Indigenous Knowledge for Prevention and Cure of Human Intestinal Worms in Assam. (Eds. M.K. Baruah & L..Kanikar) In: Proceedings of UGC Sponsored National Seminar on â??Hernessings Natural Resources Towareds the Socio Economic Development of Northeast Indiaâ??, N.N. Saikia College, Titabor, Assam 26-27th Septâ?? 2008
6764Kalita R. K. (2001) VAM: As potential bio-fertilizer in Forest Nursery. In Proc. of Workshop on Application of Improved Technology for Afforestation in North East India held at IRMDFR, Jorhat, Assam, India on 24th to 26th April, 2001.
6865Kalita R. K. & G. S. Sharma (2002) Gregarious bamboo flowering and after. In: Proceeding of workshop on â??Strategies for sustainable utilization of bamboo resources subsequent to gregarious bamboo flowering in the Northeastâ?? held at RFRI, Jorhat during 24th to 25th April 2002.
6966Kalita, R. K., D. Dutta, D. P. Bora & B. K. Rajak (2004) Response of different clones of Gmelina arborea (Roxb) to native population of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Abstract). In 49th Technical Session of Assam Science Society held in January, 2004 at RRL Jorhat, Assam.
7067Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (1998) Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (VAMF) and Soil amendments in restoration and revegetation of Coalmine overburden Dump (OBD) s of Margherita Coalbelt, Assam, India. (In Abstracts of papers, National Seminar on Role of Microbes in Environmental Protection and Rural Development, Dept. of Botany, N.E.Hill University, Shillong, 23-25 th Oct.1998)
7168Hazarika, P., D.Dutta, D.P.Bora and R.K.Bora (1995) Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizae in Three Species of Bamboo grown In Assam. (In Abstracts of papers, Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, 1995)
7269Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (1997) Status of naturally occurring vegetation and associated Mycorrhizal fungi in coal mine overburden dumps of Margherita coalbelt, Asasam. (In Abstracts of papers, Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, Dibrugarh University, Dec, 20, 1997)
7370Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (1996) Difficulty in restoration of vegetatuion in coalmine overburden spoils, Margherita, Assam: Role of vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizae. (In: Abstracts of papers, Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, RRL, Jorhat, Dec. 21,1996)
7471Hazarika, P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (2001) Effect of beneficial microorganisms and amendments in restoration of coal mine overburden dumps of Tikak Colliery, Margherita Coalbet, Assam. (In Abstracts of papers, II nd North Eastern Regional Conference on Biofertilizers, Assam. Agric. Univ., Jorhat, Assam, 22-24, Jan, 2001.)
7572Pandey, B.K., Tripathi, Y.C. and Hazarika, P.. (2006) Biocontrol of potential plant of North East India in IPM p 73 In: Abstract, Saminar on Recent Trend s in Biocontrol of Insect Pest and Disease of Forestry Importance, 18th September 2006. Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat Assam Sponsored by Science and Society Division, DST, GoI, New Delhi
7673Pandey, B.K. , Tripathi, Y.C. and Hazarika, P. (2006) Forestry Extension Need for Capacity building of Joint Forest Management committee for Rural development in India p 37, In: Abstract, Regional workshop on Forestry Extension, July 14th, 2006, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat Assam
7774Pandey, B.K., Hazarika, P. and H. Hazarika (2006) Natural Plant species colonization in newly deposited sand dunes of River Island Majuli and potentiality of them for stabilization p50 In: Abstract, Regional workshop on Forestry Extension, July 14th, 2006, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat Assam
7875Pandey, B.K., P.K.Kaushik and Hazarika, P. (2006) Farm Forestry Extension as Tool for Rural Development p10; In: Abstract, Regional workshop on Forestry Extension, July 14th, 2006, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat Assam
7976Hazarika P., N.C. Talukdar and Y.P.Singh (2006) Microbial agent and other amendments in revegetation of coal mine overburden spoils p26; In: Abstract, Regional workshop on Forestry Extension, July 14th, 2006, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat Assam
8077Talukdar, N.C., P. Hazarika, D. Dutta and Y.P.Singh (2000) Restoration of degraded soils using organic amendments and bio- inoculants. (In book â??Natural Resources Conservation and Management for Mountain Developmentâ?? Eds. S.C.Tiwari and P.P.Dabral; International Book Distributors, 9/3, Rajpur Road, (1st Floor) Deha Dun-248001 (India)
8178Tripathi, Y.C., Singh, Sushma and Hazarika, P. (2003) Bamboo - the green gold of northeastern India. In: Potentials of Living Resources (Ed. Tripathi, G.), Discovery Publishing House (DPH), New Delhi, pp. 352-383
8279Y.C Tripathi, B.K. Pandey, P.K. Kaushik and P. Hazarika (2005) Non-Timber Forest Produce: Need for Sustainable Management and Prospects of Productivity Enhancement through Agroforestry. In: Agroforestry in North East India: Opportunities and Challenges [(Eds.) B.P. Bhatt and K.M. Bujarbaruah] pp 201-212 ; ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghalaya.
8380Hazarika, P., Y.C. Tripathi , B. K. Pandey and P.K. Kaushik (2005) Use of Biofertilizer for Bamboo Production: Prospect and Limitations. pp 287-294 In: Agroforestry in North East India:n Opportunities and Challenges[(Eds.) B.P. Bhatt and K.M. Bujarbaruah]; ICAR Research Complaex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghalaya.
8481Kalita R. K (2003) Soil Solarization for Management of Soil Borne Pathogens in Forest Nursery. In: Plasticulture Intervention for Agriculture Development in North Eastern Region (Eds. K. K. Satapathy and Ashwani Kumar) Published by ICAR Research Complex for NEF Region, Umiam, Meghalaya, P. 112-119.
8582Kalita R. K (2003) Soil Solarization for Management of Soil Borne Pathogens in Forest Nursery. In: Plasticulture Intervention for Agriculture Development in North Eastern Region (Eds. K. K. Satapathy and Ashwani Kumar) Published by ICAR Research Complex for NEF Region, Umiam, Meghalaya, P. 112-119.
8683Y.C Tripathi, B.K. Pandey, P.K. Kaushik and P. Hazarika (2005) Non-Timber Forest Produce: Need for Sustainable Management and Prospects of Productivity Enhancement through Agroforestry. In: Agroforestry in North East India: Opportunities and Challenges [(Eds.) B.P. Bhatt and K.M. Bujarbaruah] pp 201-212 ; ICAR Research Complaex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghalaya.
8784Hazarika, P., (2008). Biofertilizer and vermicompost for productivity enhancement of Bamboo. In (Pandey et al, Eds) A Hand Book of Propagation Cultivation and Management of Bamboo, pp 59-67. Van Vigyan Kendra, Rain Forest Research Institute (Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education), Jorhat Assam
8885Hazarika, P., B. K. Pandey & Amrita Khound (2008) A new look on utilization aspect of bamboo. In (Pandey et al, Eds) A Hand Book of Propagation Cultivation and Management of Bamboo, pp 121-128. Van Vigyan Kendra, Rain Forest Research Institute (Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education), Jorhat Assam
8986Tripathi, Y.C., P. Hazarika and B.K. Pandey (2005) Vermicomposting: An Ecofriendly Approach to Sustainable Agriculture In : Verms and Vermitechnology, (ed. :A.Kumar) A.P.H.Publishing corporation, New Delhi, pp. 23-39. 2005
9087Tripathi Y.C., P. Hazarika and P.K. Kaushik (2005) Vermitechnology and Waste Management In : Verms and Vermitechnology, (ed. :A. Kumar) A.P.H.Publishing corporation, New Delhi, pp. 9-21. 2005
9188Hazarika P. (2011) Rain Forests of Assam (in Assamese) In: Aditi Bezbaruah (Edited) Natural Resources of Assam (Asomar Prakitik Sampad), Assam Science Writers Association, Assam, 78-87p
9289Hazarika, P., Y.C. Tripathi and V Rana (2013) Plant origin pesticides in managing Diverse Pests and Diseases of Crops, In: Arvind Bijalwan and PK Chandra (Eds) Forest Biodiversity Conservation and Management, pp124-144, Pointer Publishers, Jaipur 302003 (Raj.) India.
9390Pandey B.K, Saxena H.O,.Tripathi Y.C. and Hazarika P. (2011) Jatropha curcas: a solution for moisture stress shifting cultivation areas of northeast region, In: A.K. Pandey and A.K. Mandal (Eds) Biofuels:Potential and Challenges pp131-136, Scientific Publishers (India) 5-A, New Pali Road, P.O. Box 91, Jodhpur â?? 342 001 (India)
 

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