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Review Articles/Book Chapters

2010

  1. Agarwal, G., Choudhary, D., and Arora, A. (2010). Polymerase chain reaction. In: Laboratory Manual “Post-Harvest Physiology of Fruits and Flowers”, Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi. pp 93-94.
  2. Jain, V., Lekshmy S. and Kumar, P.A. (2010) Molecular approaches to improve nitrogen use efficiency. in: Nitrogen use efficiency in plants, Jain, V. and Kumar, P. A. (eds), New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi. pp 63-98.
  3. Khan, I., Nayak, J., Pandey, R. and Ahmad, A. (2010). Physiological and molecular aspects of nitrate transporters in plants. In: Nitrogen use efficiency in plants, Jain V.,  Kumar P. A. (eds), New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi, pp. 1-19.
  4. Pal, M. and Bahuguna R.N. (2010). Physiological techniques for screening of plants for abiotic stress tolerance. In: Manual of ICAR sponsored winter school on “Molecular Techniques in Gene Isolation and Characterization” organized National Research Centre on Plant Biotechnology, IARI, New Delhi.
  5. Paul, V., Pandey, R., and Dadlani, M. (2010). Seed germination – Early events, regulatory interactions and mechanisms: A review. In: Agricultural Biotechnology, Trivedi, P. C. (ed.), Aavishkar Publisher, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, pp. 191-220.
  6. Sairam, R. K., Lekshmy, S., Sakhare, A. and Kushwaha, S. R. (2010). Salinity stress tolerance in crop plants In: Souvenir -National Conference of Plant Physiology: Physiological and Molecular Approaches for Crop Improvement under Changing Environment 25-27 November 2010, BHU Varanasi, India. pp 87-88.
  7. Singh, V. P. and Arora, A. (2010). Regulation of flower senescence in ethylene insensitive gladiolus. In: Souvenir National Conference of Plant Physiology on  Physiological and Molecular Approaches for Crop Improvement under Changing Environment. BHU, Varanasi, India. pp 99-101.

2011

  1. Anand, A. and Nagarajan, S. (2011). Impact of climate change on quality of cereals and oilseeds crops. In: Climate change: Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (Eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi, pp 33-53.
  2. Arora, A. (2011). “Development of transgenic commercial flower crops that confer reduced sensitivity to ethylene”. In: Souvenir-National Conference on “Recent Trends and Future Prospects in Floriculture” to be organized at SVBPU & T, Modipuram, Meerut, India.
  3. Arora, A. (2011). “Molecular mechanism of ethylene sensitivity in plants”. In: Plant Science in Post Genomic Era: A Special Bulletin of ICPSPGE-2011. Biswal, B. and Panigrahi, J. eds.), Sambalpur University, Orissa, India. pp 31-35.
  4. Arora, A. (2011). 5-sulphosalicylic acid: a novel antisenescence compound for cut gladiolus flowers. Magazine by Delhi Agricultural Horticulture Society (DAHS); Published by Division of Floriculture & Landscaping, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.
  5. Arora, A. (2011). Review of Book Script on “Biotechnology” by McGraw Hill Education of Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited, Noida, UP.
  6. Jain, V. and Pandey, R. (2011). Interactive effects of nitrogen and elevated CO2 on crop plants. In: Climate change: Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (Eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi. pp 229-246.
  7. Kumar, P. and Joshi, R. (2011). Vayviya (Aerobic) Dhan: Jal Ki Apryaptta Mein Dhan ki Kheti Ka Vikalp. Prasar Doot , 15(1): 17-19.
  8. Kumar, P., Singh, M.P. and Singh I. (2011). Excess water : Impact on physiological adaptations in crop plants. In: Climate change : Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi, pp 55-68.
  9. Pandey, R., Jain, V., Ahmad, A., and K.P. Singh (2011). Plant responses to elevated carbon dioxide and phosphate nutrition. In: Climate change: Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi,  pp 247-266.
  10. Paul, V. and Pandey, R. (2011). Vulnerability in trees and fruit crops to climate change. In: Climate change : Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi, pp 55-68.
  11. Sairam, R. K., Lekshmy, S., Chakraborty, K. (2011). Physiological and molecular basis of salinity stress tolerance in crop plants In: Souvenir -Zonal seminar on Plant Physiology in perspectives of Agri-Horticulture and climate change RAU, Jobner, India. pp 9-10.
  12. Sairam, R.K. (2011). Physiology and Molecular biology of water logging tolerance in crop plants. In: Climate change : Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi. pp17-31.
  13. Sharma-Natu, P., Pandey, R. and Ghildiyal, M.C. (2011). Physiological constraints limiting photosynthesis and grain growth in wheat under elevated temperature. In: Climate change : Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi. pp 247-266.
  14. Singh, I., Dass, S., Kumar, P. and Singh, M.P. (2011). Physiological approaches for sustaining maize productivity under abiotic stresses. In: Climate change: Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi. pp 55-68.
  15. Singh, M.P., Khetrapal, S., Pandey, R. and Kumar, P. (2011). Climate Change: Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. Books. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi. pp 1-312.
  16. Singh, V. P. (2011). Impact of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration on horticultural crops productivity. In: Climate change: Impacts and adaptations in crop plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi. pp 187-197.

 

Popular Articles

  1. Arora, A. (2011). 5-sulphosalicylic acid: a novel antisenescence compound for cut gladiolus flowers. Magazine by Delhi Agricultural Horticulture Society (DAHS); Published by Division of Floriculture & Landscaping, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi

Awards / Honours

Dr. Ajay Arora

J. J. Chinoy Gold Medal by Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi (2010)

Dr. Pramod Kumar

Fellowship of Indian Society of Plant Physiology (2010)

Dr. Pramod Kumar

Best Poster  in North Zone Seminar of Plant Physiology (2010)

Dr. Pramod Kumar

Best Hindi Article in Kheti, IARI, New Delhi (2010)

Dr. Viswanthan C.

Associate National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) 2010

Dr. Vijay Paul & Dr. Rakesh Pandey

Best Paper J. Food Science and Technology (2011)

Dr. R.K. Sairam and Dr. Viswanthan C.

G.S. Sirohi Best paper Award for best paper published in Indian Journal of Plant Physiology (2011).

Dr. Ajay Arora

Best Poster award In National Conference on “Recent Trends and Future Prospects in Floriculture” at SVPUA & T, Meerut jointly organized by Indian Society of Ornamental Horticulture, IARI, New Delhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agriculture & Technology, Modipuram, Meerut, UP. (2011)

Dr. Madan Pal

Best poster award, National Seminar of Plant Physiology, Mumbai (2011)

Mr. Akshay Sakhare

Best Poster award In XX National Conference (VIROCON 2011) on “Managing Emerging and Re-emerging Plant, Animal, Human: Aquatic Viral Diseases: One Health Perspective”, conducted by National Research Centre on Equines, Hisar (2011).

Dr.Viswanathan Chinnusamy

J. J. Chinoy Gold Medal by Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi (2012)

Dr. Anjali Anand

Fellowship of Indian Society of Plant Physiology (2012)

Dr. Anjali Anand and Dr. Viswanathan Chinnusamy

Best poster award In Third International Agronomy Congress on Agriculture Diversification, Climate Change Management and Livelihoods, 26-30 Nov, 2012, New Delhi.

Dr. Anjali Anand, Dr. Madan Pal and Dr. Himanshu Pathak

Best poster award In Third International Agronomy Congress on Agriculture Diversification, Climate Change Management and Livelihoods, 26-30 Nov, 2012, New Delhi

Dr. Ajay Arora

Best Teacher Award 2014