वर्षा वन अनुसंधान संस्थान, जोरहाट, असम(भारत)
Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat

Research Publications - Papers

RESEARCH PAPERS (2015 onwards)

 

  1. Hazarika, P., Biswas, S.C. and Dutta, D. (2015).  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi association in homestead bamboo species of Assam, India. Life Sciences Leaflets, 60 :87 – 96.
  2. Hazarika, P., Kakati, N. and Kalita, R. K. (2015).  Indigenous Knowledge in Relation to Conservation and Management of Forest Biodiversity of Assam.  Life Sciences Leaflets,63:64-93.
  3. Raja Rishi, R., Barthakur, N.D., Borah, R.K., Kumar, R. and Pandey, S. (2015). Pest problems of some commercially important bamboo species in Assam, India. International Journal for Life Sciences and Educational Research,2(4):111-113.
  4. Singh, A.P., Gogoi, L. and Sebastian J. (2015). The seasonality of butterflies in a semi-evergreen forest: Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam, northeastern India. Journal of Threatened Taxa,7(1): 6774-6787.
  5. Zhasa, 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.International Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 4 (4):89 -106.
  6. Manohara,T.N. (2015). Non wood Forest Biodiversity for Food Security- Rattans a case Study. Biodiversity Conservation: Challenges for Future, 121-126
  7. P. Prasad, S. Pandey and J. Kumar (2015). Biofumigation: Success and Prospects in Soil-borne Plant Disease Management. International Journal of Applied and Pure Science and Agriculture, 1(6): 47-59
  8. Singh, A.P. (2015). Recent record of a rarely recorded species, the Veined Palmer Hidaribhawanide Nicéville, 1888 (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Aeroma­chini) from Jorhat, Assam, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 7(1): 6839–6840
  9. Singh, A.P. (2015). On the female morphs, ecology and male genitalia of Callerebiadibangensis Roy (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae recorded near Mayodia Pass in lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 7(5): 7168-7174
  10. Singh, B., Bohra, A., Mishra, S., Joshi, R. and Pandey, S. (2015). Embracing new generation ‘omics’ tools to improve drought tolerance in cereal and food-legume crops.Biologia Plantarum, 59(3):413-428.
  11. Gogoi, G. and Parkash, V. (2015). Diversity of Gasteroid Fungi (Basidiomycota) in Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Jorhat, Assam, India. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology, 5(3):202–212, Doi 10.5943/cream/5/3/5.
  12. Gogoi, G. and Parkash, V. (2015). Lysurushabungianussp. nov. (Phallaceae) – A new stinkhorn fungus from India. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology, 5 (3): 248–255.
  13. Borah, B., Handique, L., Parkash, V., Bhatacharya, P.N. (2015). Rhizospheric Fungal Diversity Associated with Meyna spinosa Roxb.: A Threatened and Ethno-Medicinally Important Plant of North-East India.International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences,4(11): 295-303.
  14. Parkash, V., Sharma A. (2015). In vitro efficacy of bracket fungi for their potential antimicrobial activity. In: Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences.
  15. Parkash, V., Sakia, A.J. (2015). Habitational abiotic environmental factors alter Arbuscular mycorrhizal composition, species richness and diversity index in Abromaaugusta L. rhizosphere. Plant Pathology & Quarantine, 5(2): 98-120, Doi http://dx.10.5943/ppq/5/2/8.
  16. Gogoi, G., Parkash, V. (2015). A checklist of Agarics (gilled mushrooms) with Diversity analysis in Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Jorhat, Assam, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa,  7(15): 8272–8287
  17. Debi, C., Parkash, V. (2015). Seed source and habitat variation affect seed germination in Oroxylumindicum (L.) Benth. ex Kurz: An important threatened medicinal tree.  International Journal of Life Sciences and Technology, 8(1):1-9.
  18. K. Giri, Paliwal, R., Suyal, D. C., Mishra, G., Pandey, S., Rai, J.P.N. and Verma, P.K. (2015). Potential Application of Plant-Microbe Interaction for Restoration of Degraded Ecosystems. In:Shivom Singh & Kajal Srivastava (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Uncovering New Methods for Ecosystem Management through Bioremediation. IGI Global book series Advances in Environmental Engineering and Green Technologies (AEEGT), 255-285.
  19. Paliwal, R.,Giri, K. and Rai, J.P.N. (2015). Microbial-Ligninolysis--Avenue-for-Natural-Ecosystem-Management.  In:Shivom Singh & Kajal Srivastava (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Uncovering New Methods for Ecosystem Management through Bioremediation. IGI Global book series Advances in Environmental Engineering and Green Technologies (AEEGT), 120-144.
  20. Pandey, S., Bohra, A., Singh, B., Prasad, P. and Kumar, J. (2015). Haplotypic diversity and virulence of Xanthomonas oryzaepv. Oryzae population infecting the first Superfine Aromatic Basmati Hybrid. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences, 1-10
  21. Tripathi, Y.C. and Hazarika, P. (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, 17(6):1389-1396.
  22. Singh, O., Meena, D. K. and Singh, K. P. (2015).  Seed Fertility Studies in Anogeissuslatifolia. Indian Forester, 141 (5): 479-483.
  23. Prasad, P., Pandey, S. and Kumar, J (2015).  High Performance Liquid Chromatography protocol for glucosinolate profiling in Brassica L. species. Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources, 6(3):221-226.
  24. Giri, K., Suyal, D. C., Mishra, G., Pandey, S., Kumar, R., Meena, D. K. and Rai, J. P. N. (2015). Biodegradation of Isoproturon by Bacillus pumilus K1 Isolated from Foothill Agroecosystem of North West Himalaya. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences, 1-10
  25. Kumar, R., Tapwal, A., Bisht, N.S., Pandey, S. and Raja Rishi, R. (2015). Nutritive value and cultivation of Pleurotuspulmonarius, an edible mushroom from Nagaland, India.Indian Forester, 141 (9) : 961-965.
  26. Kumar, R., Pandey, S., Giri, K., Mishra, G. and Raja Rishi, R. (2015). Unrecorded macrofungi from the Narpuh Reserve Forest of Meghalaya, India. Current Life Sciences, 1 (3) : 118-123.
  27. Handique, L., Parkash, V., Saikia, A.J. (2015). Indigenous conservation of AquilariamalaccensisLamk. in Upper Assam. In: Das, K. (ed.) BIOTIK. Dept. of Botany, Bahona College and MaharathiPrakashan, Jorhat, 131-142.
  28. Dutta, S., Handique, L., Bora, G., Parkash, V. (2015). Diversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizae associated with the natural populations of Meyna spinosaRoxb. of Upper Brahmaputra Valley, India. In: Das, K. (ed.) BIOTIK. Dept. of Botany, Bahona College and MaharathiPrakashan, Jorhat, 143-154.
  29. Raja Rishi,R., Pandey, S., Borah, R. K., Kumar, R., and Borthakur, N.D. (2016). Efficacy of entomopathogenic fungi on Craspedontaleayana, a serious insect pest of Gmelinaarborea. Current Life Sciences, 2 (1): 15-19.
  30. Biswas, S.C., Dutta, N. B. and Sarmah, H. (2016).  Evaluation of Phytochemical, Nutritional and Antioxidant Activity of Seeds of Sam Kathal (Artocarpuschaplasa). Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences.18 (3):  635-640
  31. Borpuzari, P. P. and MinaB. (2016). Effect of plant growth regulators and explants sources on somatic embryogenesis of matured tissue of the anticancerous medicinal plant Plumbago rosea.Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies,4(5): 165-170.
  32. Gogoi, S., Mishra, G. and Deka, A. K.(2016). Soil nutrient dynamics in tea agroforestry ecosystem of Golaghat district of Assam.  Agricultural Science Digest, Agricultural Research Communication Centre, Doi: 10.18805/asd.vol of.11154.
  33. Adams, S. J., Manohara, T. N., Krishnamurthy, K.V. and Kumar, S.(2016). Histochemical studies on fungal-induced Agarwood, Indian Journal of Plant Sciences. 5(1):102-110.
  34. Barua, I.C., Sharmah, R. and Barua, K. N. (2016). “KOTH” The Assam artisan from marsh-weeds:An ethnobotanical approach. Research Inspiration, 1 (3):437-448.
  35. Bisht, H., Rai, J. P. N. and Giri, K. (2016).  Impact of air pollutants on encountered plant foliage. European Journal of Biological Research.6(3):201-208.
  36. Manohara, T. N.(2016). Embryology of Aquilaria malaccensisLamk., an overexploited and endangered Tree Species from North East India, with a discussion on its taxonomic status in Thymelaeceae,Phytomorphology. 66 (1&2): 1-11.
  37. Ragavan, P., Jayaraj, R. S. C., Muruganantham, M., Jeeva, C., Ubare, V. V., Saxena, A. and Mohan, P. M.(2016). Species composition and distribution of sea grasses of the Andaman and Nicober Islands. International Journal of Plant Research,29 (Special):78-87.
  38. Ragavan, P., Saxena, A., Mohan, P. M., Jayaraj, R. S. C. and Ravichandran, K. (2016). The rediscovery ofBrownlowiatersa (L.) Kosterm. From the Andaman Islands, India- a near threatened mangrove species. Check List,12 (3): 1897.
  39. Kalita, K., Bezbaroa, R.N., Kumar, R. and Pandey, S. (2016). Documentation of wild edible mushrooms from Meghalaya, Northeast India, Current Research in Environmental and Applied Mycology. 6(4):238-247.
  40. Kaushik, P. K. and Chowdhury, S.(2016). Manjari Green: Shaving Brush of Wild Flowers. Van Sangyan,3 (12): 15-16.
  41. Bora, H.R. and Raj, H.(2016). A New Record of Distribution of Endemic and Threatened Rattan (Plectocomiakhasyana Griff., Arecaceae) in Mizoram. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research,8 (1):15169-15170.
  42. Ragavan, P., Saxena, A., Jayaraj, R. S. C., Mohan, P. M., Ravichandran, K., Saravanan, S. and Vijayaraghavan, A. (2016). A review of mangrove floristics of India,Taiwania, 61(3): 224-2
  43. Ragavan, P., Mohan, P. M., Saxena, A., Jayaraj, R. S. C., Ravichandran, K. and Saxena, M. (2016). Mangrove floristics of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands: critical review and current scenario. Marine Biodiversity (2016),  Doi: 10.1007 / S 12526-016-0581-3.
  44. Pandey, S., Giri, K., Kumar, R., Mishra, G., Raja Rishi, R. (2016). Nanopesticides: Opportunities in Crop Protection and Associated Environmental Risks. Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesIndiaSection B: Biological Sciences, Doi 10.1007/s40011-016-0791-2.
  45. Gogoi, G. and Parkash, V. (2016). Daldiniaconcentrica – new distribution record from North East India. Current Science, 111(9): 1452. 
  46. Giri, K., Pandey, S., Kumar, R., and Rai, J. P. N. (2016).Biodegradation of isoproturon by Pseudoxanthomonas sp. isolated from herbicide-treated wheat fields of Taraiagro-ecosystem, Pantnagar. 3 Biotech, 6:190, Doi 10.1007/s13205-016-0505-8.
  47. Biswas, S.C., Hazarika, P., Dutta, N.B.andSarmah, H. (2017).Few novel value added products prepared from fruits of Garcinia pedunculataRoxb. ex Buch.-Ham. Research Journal of Chemical Sciences,7(3):23-29.
  48. Saikia, A. J. and Parkash, V.(2017). Traditional Remedies for Ailments Amongst the Thengal-Kacharis of Lakhimpur District, Assam, India.Notulae Scientia Biologicae,8 (4): 401-407.
  49. Dutta, D., Hazarika, P., and Hazarika, P.(2017) Wild edible Plant species in Patch vegetation of Jorhat District, Assam, India. International Research Journal of Biological Sciences,6(3):14-26.
  50. Mishra, G., Das, P. K., Borah, R. and Dutta, A. (2017). Investigation of Phytosociological Parameters and Physico-chemical properties in northern tropical semi evergreen Forests of Eastern Himalaya. Journal of Forestry Research, Doi: 10.1007/s11676-016-0330-2.
  51. Mishra, G., Marzaioli, R., Giri, K., Borah R., Dutta, A.  and Jayaraj, R.S.C.  (2017). Soil quality assessment under shifting cultivation and forests in Northeastern Himalaya of India.  Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 1-14, Doi.org/10.1080/03650340.2017.1281390
  52. Raj, H. and Sharma, J.N. (2017). Incidence and etiology of mouldy core and core rot of apple in Shimla district, Himachal Pradesh. International Journal of Farm Sciences, 7 (2): 74-78.
  53. Saikia, A.J. and Parkash, V. (2017). Hyposidratalaca Walker (Geometridae: Lepidoptera): A new pest (defoliator) recorded for Meyna spinosaRoxb. ex Link from Assam, India.  Indian Forester,143(7): 714-715.  
  54. Saikia, A.J.  and Deka, A.K.  (2017). Junonia lemonias (Linnaeus) feeding on Chromolaena odorata (L.) King and Rob. flowers in Namorah Range, Arunachal Pradesh (India): New floral visitor and plausible pollinator for an invasive plant species.  Indian Journal of Forestry,40(2): 143-145.
  55. Jayaraj, R.S.C., Lalitha, S., Balu, A. and Warrier, R. (2017). Variability in clones of Eucalyptus camaldulensis in response to elevated carbondioxide and temperature. Indian Forester,143(7):630-636.
  56. Bora, I. P. and Baruah, A. (2017) Sustain productivity of jhum crops in north east India -a holistic approach. Indian Journal of Forestry, 40 (3): 235-241.
  57. Raj, H. and Sharma J.N. (2017). In vitro evaluation of botanicals, bio-agents and fungicides against Alternaria alternata causing mouldy core, core rot of apple. International Journal of Agriculture Sciences, 9(49): 4835-4840.
  58. Singh, M.K,Meena, D.K., Bharti, A.K. and Kumar, R.(2017). Study of forest base ethno-medicinal plants among the forest fringe villages of Balpakram National park, Meghalaya. Annals of Horticulture,10(2): 128-137.
  59. Singh, M.K (2017). Distribution and implication of alien invasive plant species of Assam: A review.  Annals of Horticulture, 10(2): 120-127.
  60. Giri K., Rai, J. P. N., Pandey S., Mishra, G., Kumar, R. and Suyal, D. C. (2017). Performance evaluation of isoproturon-degrading indigenous bacterial isolates in soil microcosm. Chemistry and Ecology, 33(9): 817-825.
  61. Singha, L. B. and Borah, R.K. (2017). Traditional Methods of Post harvest Bamboo Treatment for Durability Enhancement. International journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, 8(1): 518-522.
  62. Manohara, T.N., Begum, J. and Gogoi, G. (2017). Prospects of Noni Cultivation in North-East India.  Everyman's Science, 11(5): 300-305.
  63. Saikia, D., Kachari, A. and Hazarika, P. (2017). Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and other beneficial microorganisms in the Rhizosphere soil of Garcinia lanceifolia (G. Don) Roxb.  International Journal of Current Research, 9(7):53823-53830.
  64. Kumar, R., Pandey, S., Raja Rishi, R. and Giri, K. (2017). Macrolepiota procera(Scop.) Singer (Agaricomycetes) – a new generic record of edible mushroom for Nagaland, Northeast India.  Asian Journal of Agriculture, (1):6-8.
  65. Parkash, V. and Saikia, A.J. (2017). Lone vis-a-vis Synergestic Inoculation effect of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Non-Mycorrhizal bioinoculants on morpho-metric indices in Putranjiva roxburghii Wall. (Putranjivaceae), a Medicinal-cum-Industrial crop plant. Mycorrhiza News,29(3): 2-6.
  66. Raghavan, P., Rana, T.S., Ravichandran, K., Jayaraj, R.S.C., Sivakumar, K., Saxena, A. and Mohan, P.M. (2017). Note on the identity and distribution of CynometrairipaKostel and C. ramiflora L. (Fasaceae) in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. Check List, 13(6):805-812.
  67. Dutta, D., Hazarika, P. and Hazarika P. (2017). Dristribution and Diversity of Garcinia L. species in Upper Brahmaputra valley, Assam. International Journal of Current Research, 9(10): 59644-59655.
  68. Bora, I. P. and Baruah, A. (2017). Status of iodine in soil and vegetables crops grown in different agro climatic zones of Assam.  International Journal of Current Research, 9 (11): 61646-61650.
  69. Baruah, K.N. and Hazarika, P. (2017). Tree Diversity and Regeneration Status in Dilli Forest Reserve of Assam Following Weed Invasion. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, 10: 89-98.
  70. Barua, K. N., Borpuzari, P. P and Raja Rishi, R. (2018). Study on foliar micromorphology of Gmelina arboreaRoxb.: A clonal identification againstCraspedontaleayana. Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies, 6 (1): 235-239.
  71. Borah, E. D., Neog, D., Deka, A. K., and Jayaraj, R. S. C. (2018). Precocious flowering of Bamboo, Bambusa pallid - first report. Indian Forester, 144 (3):201-202.
  72. Singh, M.K,Meena, D.K., Bhattacharyya, R., Arya, M. and Bharti, A.K. (2018). Exploration of wild medicinal plants for better livelihood options for the tribal population of forest fringe villages.Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies,6(1): 156-166. 
  73. Singh, M.K., Arya, M., Bharti, A.K. and Singh, K. (2018). Exploration of some folk medicinal herbs in forest fringe villages of Assam (India): A study amid Nagaon and Golaghat district.Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 7(1): 2362-2368. .
  74. Debbarma, A. and Debbarma, A. (2018). Perspectives on Rubber Monoculture in Tripura, North-East India. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 44 (1): 27-31.
  75. Borah, R. K., Ahmed, N. M. and Das, P. (2018). Early flowering and fruiting in Aquilaria malaccensisLamk. Medicinal Plants, 10 (1): 81-82.
  76. Dutta, D., Hazarika, P., Dutta, N. B. and Hazarika, P. (2018).  Nutraceutical properties and antioxidant activities of Garcinia kydiaRoxb., fruit found in Assam, India.  European Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Research,  5(1) 573-578.
  77. Kachari, A., Hazarika, P. and Dutta, D. (2018).  Study of beneficial microorganisms in the rhizosphere soil of Myrica esculenta (Buch.-Han. Ex.  D. Don.).  Life Science Leaflet,  95: 12-31.
  78. Hazarika P., Dutta, N. B., Biswas, S.C., Dutta, R.C. and Jayaraj, R.S.C. (2018). Status of Agarbatti Industry in India with special reference to Northeast.  InternationalJournal of Advance Research Biological Sciences, 5(1): 173-186. 
  79. Singh, M.K. (2018). Study on biochemical changes in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypesduring high-temperature stress. Mintage journal of pharmaceutical and medical sciences, 7(1): 9-12.
  80. KuntalaNeog Baruah (2018) BorshaAranyarJibaBaichitraaruPoribeshShangrakshan; PAYOBHARA, Vol.-48 No.9.
  81. Borah R. K., Borah J. and Sultana M. (2018). Cultivation of tree bean (Parkiaroxburghii G. Don) a multipurpose tree species of North East India. Every man's Science, Vol.LIINo.(6) ; Pp. 399-402.
  82. Giri, K., Mishra, G.,Jayaraj, R.S.C. and Kumar, R. (2018). Agrobio-cultural diversity of alder based shifting cultivation practiced by Angami tribe in Khonoma Village, Kohima, Nagaland. Current Science. 115(4); Pp.598-599. 
  83. Borthakur, R. D., Gogoi, P. K. and Borah, R. K. (2018). Durability and dimentional stability assessment of chemically treated harvested bamboo (BambusabalcooaRoxb.). Indian Forester. 144 (7); Pp.660-665.
  84. Barua K. N., Gogoi, G. and Hazarika, P. (2018). Comparative study on Structural Composition and community association of Nambor Wild Life Sanctuary and its South-Westward extended Bornewria Forest site, Assam. Tropical Plant Research5(2):233-242.
  85. Barua, K.N., Hazarika, P. and Hazarika, P.K. (2018). Forest Tends Transformation in the course of Invasion of Mikania micranthaKunth ex HBK. in Dilli Reserve Forest of Assam - Emphasis on Vegetation Characters. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 7(09): 1478-1487. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.709.177
  86. Bora, Indrani P. and Baruah, Arundhati (2018).Iodine bio-fortification  in leafy vegetables cultivated under different agroclimatic zones  of Assam. International J. Curr. Res. 10 (08):  72582-72587.
  87. Krishna Giri, Dhruba Jyoti Das, Bijoy Pradhan, Gaurav Mishra, PutulBuragohain, and Satabdi Hazarika (2018). Tree diversity, above ground biomass and carbon stock in eastern alluvial secondary semi evergreen forest of Assam. Archive of Life Science and Environment 2 (2): 105-111. 
  88. Rajib Kumar Borah and Pranamika Sharma (2018). First report of Rhizoctoniasolani causing sudden wilting and mortality of agar (Aquilaria malaccensisLamk.) seedlings in Assam. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 7(6): 1289-1291.
  89. Das, D.J., Ahmed, E.,Duara,S., Borah, A.,Hazarika, S., Medhi,A.,(2018). Conversion of forests into shifting cultivation and its impact on soil organic carbon budget of Nagaland.Research journal of Agriculture and Forestry sciences 6912):7-14.
  90. Pugazhendhi. A; Jayaraj, R.S.C and Warrier, Rekha R (2018). Characterization of physiological efficiency and gall tolerance of eucalyptus clones under field conditions. Journal of Tree Sciences 37(2):44-54
  91. PaporiPhukanBorpuzari and JonakiKachari (2018) Effect of glutamine for high frequency In-vitro regeneration of Aquilaria malaccensisLam. through nodal culture.Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies6(2): 09-16.
  92. PaporiPhukanBorpuzari and JonakiKachari (2018)Roots stimulation of selected genotypes of Aquilaria malaccensisLam. through Indole-butyric acid (IBA): A most economically important species of northeastern region.International Journal of Botany Studies3(2):16-20.
  93. PaporiPhukanBorpuzari, JonakiKachari (2018) Shoots rooting of different genotypes of Dipterocarpus retususbl. Syn macrocarpus: An endemic timber species of north eastern region. European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience6 (5): 61-68.
  94. Kuntala N Barua, PaporiPhukanBorpuzari and Raja Rishi (2018) Study on foliar micro morphology of Gmelina arboreaRoxb. : A clonal identification against Craspedontaleayana,Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies 6(1): 235-239.
  95. Raj, H., Singson, M.Z., Yadav, S. and Bora, H.R. (2018). First Report of Flowering of BambusamizorameanaNaithani in Mizoram, Northeast India, Indian Forester, 144(7): 688-689.
  96. Yadav,A., Verma, P., Chand, T. and Bora, H.R. (2018). Ethno-medicinal knowledge of Clerodendrum L. among different tribes of Nambor reserve forest, Assam, India. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 7(5): 1567-1570.
  97. Meena, R. K., Sharma, H.R., Yadav,S., Kant, R.and Bhandari, M. S. (2018) Assessment of genetic diversity in natural populations of Calamus guruba Buch.-Ham ex Mart. Using ISSR marker. Tropical Plant Research 5(2): 250-259.
  98. Yadav, S., Kumar, A., Raj, H. and Bora, H. R. (2018) Lichen diversity in coal mining affected areas of Makim coalfield, Magherita, Assam. Tropical Plant Research 5 (2): 243-249.
  99. Giri, K.,Pandey, R., Jayaraj, R.S. C.,Nainamalai, R. and Ashutosh, S. (2019). Regression equations for estimating tree volume and biomass of important timber species of Meghalaya. Current Science116 (1): 75-81doi: 10.18520/cs/v116/i1/75-81(IF-0.883 NAAS Rating-6.84).
  100. Giri, K; Buragohain, P., Konwar, S.,  Pradhan, B., Mishra, G. and   Meena, D. K. (2019). Tree Diversity and Ecosystem Carbon Stock Assessment in Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences India Section B: Biological Sci. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40011-018-01072-8 (IF-0.396, NAAS rating-4.0).
  101. Pandey, S., Raja Rishi, R.,Jayaraj, R. S. C.,Giri, K., Kumar, R., Pandey, A., Juwantha, R.,Madaan, Bhandari, M. S. (2019). Fusarium equisetiis associated with the wilt and dieback of Aquilaria malaccensisin Northeast India. Forest Pathology. e12489. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12489.
  102. Mishra, G.,Giri, K. and Das, J. (2019)   Carbon stock assessment in changing land uses of Mon, Nagaland: an important learning for climate change mitigation from North East India. Current Science  116 (2): 174-175.
  103. Nath, A.J., Tiwari, B.K., Sileshi, G.W., Sahoo, U.K., Brahma,B., Deb, S., Devi, N.B.,Das, A.K., Reang, D., Chaturvedi, S.S., Tripathi, O.P., das, D.J. and Gupta, A.(2019). Allometric Models for Estimation of Forest Biomass in North east India. Forests 10(2):103 https://doi.org/10.3390/fl0020103.
  104. Ragavan, P., Dubey, Sourav K., Panda, Muktipada., Deyroy, Malancha.,  Ravichandran, K., Trivedi, Raman K., Jayaraj, R.S.C., Mohan, P.M. and Rana, T.S. (2019). Critical notes on the identity and distribution of SonneratiagriffithiiKurz (lythraceae) in India – a critically endangered mangrove species. Nordic Journal of Botany. doi:10.1111/njb.02119.
  105. Singh, S.K.; Bora, I.P.; Thakuria, D.; Puyam, A.; Rai, P. and  Devi, M.H. (2019) Assessment of pre-burn forest litters biomass and nutrient quality at different fallow lengths in traditional and Alder-based jhum. Environ and Eco. 37(1) : 5-10, ISSN 0970-0420.
  106. Mishra, G.; Jangir, A. and Francavigilia, R.(2019) Modelling soil organic carbon dynamics under shifting cultivation and forests using Rothc model.  Ecological Modelling  396: 33-41.
  107. Baruah, A. and Bora, I. P. (2019). Bamboo based agroforestry for sustainable utilization in land under shifting cultivation of Assam. Indian Forester: 145 (1) 15-22.
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