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Division :

Ecology and Bio-Diversity Division

Head :

Dr. Dhrubajyoti Das

About Us :

Mandate :

Manpower :

Emp. Id SL. No. Emp. Name Designation E-Mail Ph(Off) Ph(Res) Mobile Photo Details
1201Dr. Dhrub Jyoti DasScientist-Ddasdj@icfre.org0376-23051190376-23052599435742252Details
1212Sh.D.K MeenaScientist-Bmeenad@icfre.org0376-23051188472903551Details
1223Sh.Ajoy Kumar Scientist-Bajayk@icfre.org0376-23051718472903405Details
1234DR. K.N. Boruah Research Officer Grade-Ibaruahkn@icfre.org0376-23051719435352357Details
1245Sh.P.K HazarikaResearch Officer Grade-Ihazarikapk@icfre.org0376-23051389435153776Details
1256Protul Hazarika Research Assistant-Ihazarikap@icfre.org0376-23051689435352687Details
1017Sri Girish GogoiResearch Assistant-IIgogoig@icfre.org03762305213-9435093028Details
168Sri Chandan BorahTechnical Assistant Group Cborahc@icfre.org0376-23052279577118067Details
1279Abhijit MedhiTechnical Assistant Group Cmedhia@icfre.org0376-23051199707042820Details
12610 Monoj Kr. Borah Foresterborahm@icfre.org0376-23051388822290566Details
12811Dijen Chandra Borah Forest Guardborahdc@icfre.org0376-23051389859717828Details

Projects :

Pr Id SL. No. Title Start Year End Year Funding Agency Principal Investigator Status
11Biodiversity Impact Assessment of Flaghill Dokala Road, Pangolakha Wild Life Sanctuary, Sikkim.Border Roads Organization, New DelhiDr. Arun P. Singh, Scientist-ECompleted
22Reproductive biology of Aquilaria malaccensis Lamk., a critically endangered & economically important species for effective conservation20102013ICFREDr. T.N. Manohara, Scientist-CCompleted
33Conservation, management & utilization of selected rattans of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh Pradesh.20102013ICFREDr. T.N. Manohara, Scientist-CCompleted
44Phytodiversity Assessment of Khasi Sub-Tropical Wet Hill Forest in Meghalaya20102012ICFREDr. Vineet Jishtu, Scientist-BCompleted
55Ethno-medico-botanical studies of Khasi, Garo and Karbi Tribes.20102012ICFRESri. H.N. Dhungana, Research OfficerCompleted
66Exploration and conservation of genetic resources of selected rare and endemic plants of Northeast India.20102013ICFRESri H.R. Bora, Research OfficerCompleted
77Investigations on Ecology of Mimosa invasion in Kaziranga national Park, Assam20092012ICFRESri Dhruba Jyoti Das, Scientist-C, Sri H. R. Bora, Research Officer, Dr. Praveen Verma, Research Officer Completed
88Assessment of phyto-diversity dynamics for conservation in Jeypore Reserve Forest.20092012ICFREDr. Ranjeet Kumar, Scientist-CCompleted
99: A study on the biodiversity of the plant resources of the patch vegetations around rural homestead in Jorhat district, Assam and its role in socio-economy of the villagers.20082011ICFREDr. Dandeswar Dutta, Research OfficerCompleted
1110Conservation, management and utilization of selected rattans of Assam.ICFREDr. T.N. Manohara, Scientist-COngoing
1211Study on post flowering regeneration status of Melocanna baccifera in Tripura.ICFREDr. D.J. Das, Scientist-COngoing
1312Assessment of diversity and carbon sequestration potential of above ground woody biomass of semi-evergreen forests in AssamICFRECo-PI: Dr. D.J. Das, Scientist-C with Dr. Ranjeet Kumar, Scientist-D as PI.Ongoing
1413Studies on the traditional knowledge of medicinal plants used by Nepali community in Assam and identification important species for chemical analysisICFREDr.H.N.Dhungana, Scientist-BOngoing
1514Raising Planting materials of selected cane species and establish plantation in fringe villages in Karbi-Anglong, Assam to sustain rural livelihoodICFRESri H.R.Bora, Research OfficerOngoing
1615Ecology, utilization and conservation of Garcinia species in Upper Brahmaputra Valley, AssamICFREDr. D.Dutta, Research OfficerOngoing

Details of the Technologies Developed :

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Scientific Facilities :

Fc Id SL. No. Title Description
11SCIENTIFIC FACILITIESGIS facilities, Botanical Garden with Orchidrium & Canetum, Green House, Herbarium & Well developed Reproductive Biology Laboratory.

Major Equipment :

Eq. Id SL. No. Title
11Weather Station, Weather meter, GIS lab, Stereo Microscope, Incubators, etc.

List of Publications :

Pub. Id SL. No. Title
111. Singh,P. and A.P.Singh (1995) Pinus gerardiana (Chilgoza) cone borers of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. Indian Forester 121, 728-734. 2. Singh,A.P.(1997).Colonization ,succession and preference for tree portion by insects on felled west Himalayan spruce, Picea smithiana. Indian Forester. 123, 656-662. 3. Singh, A.P.(1998).Bionomics of cone worn, Dioryctria abietella Denis & Schiff. on west Himalayan spruce, Picea smithiana. Annals of Forestry.6,84-88. 4. Singh,A.P.(1999). New Forest, Dehradun, India: A unique man made habitat for butterflies in the lower western Himalayas. Indian Forester 125,913-922 5. Singh, AP (2000) Birds of the lower Garhwal Himalayas: Dehradun and neighbouring hills. Forktail -Journal of Oriental Ornithology 16, 101-123. 6. Singh, A.P.(2000).Natural resistance of Populus deltoides clones against defoliator Clostera cuprerata (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae) in northern India. Agroforestry Systems 49, 319-326. 7. Singh,A.P.(2000). Nectar feeding insects of Paulownia fortunei blossoms: evaluating potential nototribic pollinators. Indian Forester 126, 1179-1186. 8. Singh, A.P. (2002). New and significant records from Dehra Dun Valley, Lower Garhwal Himalayas, India. Forktail-Journal of Oriental Ornithology 18, 151-153. 9. Singh, A.P. and R. Pandey (2002) Natural resistance of Populus deltoides clones selection to defoliator Clostera cupreata ( Lep.,Notodontidae) in northern India: relative pupal weight as an easier criteria for accurate evaluation. Journal of Applied Entomology 126,475-480. 10. Singh,A.P.(2003) New records on the distribution and ecology of Common Gem Butterfly, Portia hewitsoni hewitsoni Moore from the lower western Himalayas: lesser known taxa. Journal of the Lepidopterists Society, USA. 37 ,4, 295-298. 11. Singh, A.P. & R. Pandey (2004).A model for estimating butterfly species richness of areas across the Indian sub-continent: species proportion of family papilionidae as an indicator. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society. 101,1,79-89. 12. Singh,A.P., R.S.Bhandari and T.D.Verma (2004). Important insect pests of poplar in agroforestry and strategies for their management in northwestern India. Agroforestry Systems. 63:15-25. 13. Singh,AP. (2005). Initial colonization of Red Pierrot butterfly, Talicada nyseus nyseus Guerin (Lycaenidae) in the lower western Himalayas: An indicator of the changing environment. Current Science .89, 41-42. 14. Singh,A.P.(2006). New and Significant bird records from Dehradun valley and adjacent hills, lower Garhwal Himalayas, India: May2002-March2006. Forktail -Journal of Oriental Ornithology 22,160-163 15. Myers, S. and Singh, A.P. (2006). Birding Hotspot: Kedarnath Musk Deer Reserve, Uttaranchal, India. Birding ASIA 5, 60-68. 16. Singh,A.P.(2006). Grey-crowned Prinia Prinia cinereocapilla in Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary, Chandigarh, Northern India. Indian BIRDS 2,1,11-12. 17. Singh A.P. (2006). Range extension of Brown Gorgon butterfly, Meandrusa gyas gyas into Kedarnath Musk Deer Reserve, Western Himalayas : A lesser known species from north-east India. Indian Forester 132,12a, 187-189. 18. Singh,A.P. and Singh (2007). Distribution, habitat and voice of White-tailed Robin Myiomela leucura in Kedarnath Musk Deer Reserve, Garhwal Himalaya, India. BirdingASIA. 8,66-67. 19. Singh, A.P.(2007). A new butterfly species of the genus Ypthima Hubner (Nymphalidae:Satyrinae) from Garhwal Himalaya, India. Journal Bombay Natural History Society. 104,2, 191 20. Singh,A.P.(2009). Butterflies of Kedarnath Musk Deer Reserve, Garhwal Himalayas, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 1 ,1, 37-48 21. Singh,A.P.(2010). Woodpecker (Picidae) diversity in borer-Hoplocerambyx spinicornis -infested sal Shorea robusta forests of Dehradun valley, lower western Himalaya. Indian Birds. 6,1, 2-11. 22. Singh,A.P.(2010). Butterfly diversity in tropical moist deciduous sal forests of Ankua Reserve Forest, Koina Range, Saranda Division, West Singhbhum District, Jharkhand, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 2,9, 1130-1139 23. Singh,A.P.(2011).Incidence of oak borers and oak mortality in Garhwal Himalaya, India. Indian Forester 137,10,1188-1193 24. Singh,A.P., (2012). Lowland forest butterflies of the Sankosh river catchment, Bhutan. Journal of Threatened Taxa ,4, 3085-3012 25. Bhardwaj, M., V.P.Uniyal, A. K. Sanyal, A.P.Singh (2012). Butterfly communities along an elevation gradient in the Tons valley, Western Himalayas: Implications of rapid assessment of insect conservation. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 15(1):207-217. 26. Singh, AP.(2013). Rediscovery of the Empress, Sasakia funebris Leech (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Nymphalinae: Apaturini) after 88 years in India. Journal of Threatened Taxa ,5 (10): 4514-4516. 27. Rajesh 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. 28. Manohara, T.N., Linto, E.L. & Renuka, C. 2010. Diversity and conservation of palms in Andaman & Nicobar archipelago. Biodiversity Conservation 19: 3655-3666. 29. T. N. Manohara, S. N. Ramaswamy and G. R. Shivamurthy. 2007. Calamus - dwindling resources? Curr. Sci. 92: 290-292. 30. R. Tandon, T.N. Manohara, B. H. M. Nijalingappa and K. R. Shivanna. 1999. Polyethylene glycol enhances in vitro germination and tube growth of oil palm pollen. Ind. J. Exp. Biol. 37: 169-172. 31. T. N. Manohara, N. Rajashekara, S. N. Ramaswamy and G. R. Shivamurthy. 2007. Seed germination and dormancy in Pritchardia arecina Becc. (Arecaceae). Phytomorphology 57(3&4): 201-204. 32. T. N. Manohara, S. N. Ramaswamy and G. R. Shivamurthy. 2004. Studies on the development of male and female gametophytes in Pritchardia arecina Becc. (Arecaceae). J. Swamy Bot. Cl. 21: 51-56. 33. Das, Dhruba Jyoti (2012). Remote Sensing and GIS Application in Mapping and Estimation of Bamboo Biomass in Kolasib District, Mizoram: First Step towards Scientific Resource Management and Sustainable Development. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development. Vol. 01, Issue- 07, 161-169. 34. Mehrotra, M.D., G.S. Sharma, H.N. Dhungana and K.K. Soni (1985). Some new host records and additions to fungi of India. Indian Forester, vol III, No 7, 533-537 July, 1985. 35. Mehrotra, M.D., G.s. Sarma and H.N. Dhungana (1988). Pleiochaeta setosa â?? A new pathogen of Delonix regia The Indian Forester, Vol 114, No 8, 482-483 August 1988. 36. Abha Rani, H.N. Dhungana and G.S. Sarma (1995). Occurrence of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in forest nursery seedlings in Assam. Proceeding of 3rd National Conference on Mycorrhiza held at Tata Energy Research Institute, March 13-15, 1995. p 62-64. 37. Dutta, D., H.N. Dhungana, G.S. Sharma and P.Hazarika (1995) Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal association in the seedlings of some plant species. Journal of Biological Science Society of North Eastern India, 2 : 56-57. 38. Dhungana H.N., D.Dutta, G.S. Sarma and P. Hazarika (1996). Occurrence of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae in seedlings of some forest tree species. Journal of Tropical Forestry Vol 12(iii) 156-158. 39. Bora, R.K., G.S. Sarma and H.N. Dhungana (1997). Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal diversity of Gmelina arborea in Mizoram. International Symposium on Sustainable Utilization of Biodiversity. Dehra Dun, March,1997. 40. Abha Rani, H.N. Dhungana and G.S. Sharma (1998). Occurrence of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza in the forest nursery seedlings of North East India. National Seminar on Integrated management of plant resources organized Department of Chemistry, Denielson College, Chhindwara, p 61, Jabn., 23-24. 41. Jamaluddin, C.K. Tiwari and H.N.Dhungana (2004). Distribution of wood-decaying fungi in Haltugaon forest Division â?? Lower Assam The Indian Forester, Vol 130. No. 6 June 2004, 630-638. 42. D. Dutta, H.N. Dhungana, G.S. Sharma & P. Hazarika (1995) Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal association in the seedlings of some plant species. Journal of Biological Science Society of North Eastern India 2: 56-57. 43. Dhungana, H.N, Dutta. D, Sharma G. S. & Hazarika, P. (1996). Occurrence of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae in seedlings of some forest tree species. Indian Journal of Forestry 12 (3): 156-158. 44. Borah R.K., Dutta, D & Hazarika, P (1998). Three new Phyllachora leaf spot from Assam. Indian Journal of Forestry 21(3): 256-258. 45. Borah R.K., Dutta, D & Hazarika, P (1998). Some new records of fungi from NorthEast India. Van Vigyan 36(1) 41-43. 46. Kalita, R.K.; Bora D. P. & Dutta, D. (2002) (Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal association with some native plants India. Indian Journal of Forestry 25 (2): 143-146. 47. Dutta, D; Bora, D.P.; & Kalita, R. K. (2003) Arbuscular mycorrhizal association in forest trees of north eastern region of India. My Forest 39(2): 171-177. 48. Kalita, R.K.; Dutta, D. & Bora D. P. (2002) Association of Arbuscular Mycorrhizas with twenty biomass species in Assam. Indian Forester 130 (6): 699-704. 49. Dutta, D.; Singh, Y. P.; & Talukdar, N.C (2006 ).Effect of different land use on the population and activities of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Jhum cultivation areas of North East India. Indian Journal of Forestry 29 (4): 407-412. 50. Bora, H.R. and A. K. Pandey. 1996. Traditional uses of some weeds of Assam. The World Weeds. Vol. (2): 223-231. 51. Bora, H.R. and A.K.Pandey.1996. Less known wild food plants of Assam. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. Addl. Ser. Vol. 12: 357-358. 52. Pandey, A.K., H.R. Bora and S.C. Deka. 1996. An medico-ethnobotanical study of Golaghat district, Assam: Native plant remedies for Jaundice. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. Addl. Ser. 12:344-349. 53. Pandey, A.K., H.R. Bora, S.C. Deka, R.C. Rastogi, A.K.S.Baruah.1997. Composition of the essential oil of the bark of Cinnamomum camphora. J. Med. And Arom. Pl. Sci.19: 408-409. 54. Pandey, A.K., H.R. Bora.1997. Edible plants of Shan tribe of Assam. Ancient Science of Life. Vol. XVI/4: 258-276. 55. Singh, J., H. R. Bora, A. Ahmed, T.C. Bhuyan and K.C. Pathak.1995. Ethnobotanical studies of Shan tribe of Golaghat and Karbi-Anglong District, Assam-1. Medicinal Plants. Indian J. For. Addl. Ser. 12 350-356. 56. H. R. BORA, ALOK YADAV, KUMUD DAS and RANJEET KUMAR. 2010. Balanophora dioica R. Br. ex Royle (Balanophoraceae) â??a rare total root parasite, reported from Karbi-Anglong district, Assam, India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 34(2): 298-299. 57. Bora, H.R.; G. Gogoi; Kuntala N. Barua, and P. K. Hazarika. 2010. A New Record of Distribution of Branching Rattan (Plectocomia himalayana Griff. (Arecaceae) in Manipur, Northeast India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 36(3): 543-545. 58. Bora, H.R. T. Ali, and P. K. Hazarika. 2011. Ecology and Population status of Schumannianthus dichotomus (Roxb.) Gagnep-A potential plant wealth to engage and enhance income of rural poor. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 36 (3): 573-577. 59. Bora, H.R.; G. Gogoi; Surajit Bora and P. K. Hazarika. 2012. A systematic census of Rattans in Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam with emphasis of conservation. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 36(3): 578-583. 60. Bora, H.R., G. Gogoi & Ranjeet Kumar (2012). A systematic census of rattan (Cane) in Kaziranga National Park, Assam with emphasis of conservation. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 36(3): 596-603.

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