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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.
  8. Arora, A., Paul, V., Pandey, R. and Singh, V. P. (2010). Laboratory Manual: “Post-Harvest Physiology of Fruits and Flowers”. Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi.
  9. Handa, A.K., Srivastava, A., Deng, Z., Gaffe, J. Arora, A., Tiznado-Hernandez, M., Goyal, R.K., Malladi, A., Negi, P.S. and Mattoo, A.K. (2010). “Biotechnological interventions to improve plant developmental traits”. In: Kole, C., Michler, C.H., Abbott, A.G. and Hall, T.C.  (eds). “Transgenic Crop Plants: Utilization and Biosafety-(Vol. 2)”, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. pp 199-248.

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.
  17. Arora, A., Agarwal, G., Choudhary, D. and Singh, V.P. (2011). Ethylene receptors and regulation of ethylene sensitivity in horticultural crops. In: Advances in Biotechnological Research in “Agri-Horticultural Crops for Sustaining Productivity, Quality Improvement and Food Security” organized by Centre of Excellence in Agricultural Biotechnology, Department of Biochemistry & Physiology, College of Biotechnology, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agricultural & Technology, Meerut, UP, pp 58-61.
  18. Arora, A. (2011). Enhancement of postharvest life in horticultural crops: modulation of ethylene-dependent and –independent pathways. In: Souvenir of ‘National Seminar on Sustainable Crop Production through Physiological Intervention’ organized by Department of Life Sciences, Ramnarain Ruia College, Matunga, Mumbai and Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi, pp 15-26.
  19. Bansal, K.C., Katiyar, A., Smita, S. and Chinnusamy, V. (2011). Functional genomics and computational biology tools for gene discovery for abiotic stress tolerance. In: Methods to improve plant abiotic stress response, Volume I. Part III. Tuteja, N., Gill, S.S., Tiburcio, A.F. and Tuteja, R. (eds.), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. ISBN-10: 3-527-32840-8.
  20. Dalal, M., Karthikeyan, M. and Chinnusamy, V. (2011). Sorghum: improvement of abiotic stress tolerance. In:  Improving crop resistance to abiotic stress. Volume II. Part III. Tuteja, N., Gill, S.S., Tiburcio, A.F. and Tuteja, R. (eds.), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. ISBN-10: 3-527-32840-8.
  21. Katiyar, A., Smita, S., Pandey, D.M., Chinnusamy, V. and Bansal, K.C. (2011). A bioinformatics approach for identification of type III signal anchored proteins in rice. In: Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BIOCOMP'11), Arabnia, H.R. and Tran, Q.N. (eds), http://world-comp.org/p 2011/ BIC8166. pdf., pp 706–709.
  22. Pal, M., Khetarpal, S., Kumar, P. and Pandey, S.K. (2011). Photosynthesis and water use efficiency in C3 and C4 crops under elevated CO2 and temperature. In: Climate Change: Impacts and Adaptations in Crop Plants. M.P. Singh et al. (eds.), Today & Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers, Daryaganj, New Delhi, pp 69-84.
  23. Pandey, R., Lekshmy, S., Dubey, K.K. and Jain, V. (2011). Plant mineral nutrition especially Nitrogen, Phosphorus and their interaction under changing climatic and soil condition. In: Souvenir of ‘National Conference on Sustainable Crop Productivity through Physiological Intervention’, 24-26 November 2011, Ramnarain Ruia College, Matunga, Mumbai, pp. 88-91.
  24. 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, 25th February  2011, RAU, Jobner, pp 9-10.
  25. Smita, S., Katiyar, A., Pandey, D.M., Chinnusamy, V. and Bansal, K.C. (2011). Expression network analysis of abiotic stress responsive MYB in rice. In: Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BIOCOMP'11), Arabnia, H.R. and Tran, Q.N. (eds), http://www.lidi.info.unlp.edu.ar/ WorldComp 2011-Mirror/BIC8167.pdf., pp 665–657.

 

2012

  1. Arora, A. and Singh, V.P. (2012). Postharvest physiology and biotechnology of horticultural crops. In: Souvenir of ‘National Seminar on “Physiological and molecular approaches for development of climate resilient crops” jointly organized by Department of Crop Physiology, Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad & Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi, December 12-14, 2012. pp 148-166.
  2. Anand, A., Singh, M.P. and Nagarajan, S. (2012). Quantification of Climate change impacts on Crops: Field Experimentaion. In: Climate change impact,adaptation and mitigation in agriculture: Methodology for assessment and application (Eds. Pathak,H.,Aggarwal, P.K. and Singh, S.D.) Venus Printer’s and Publishers, New Delhi, pp 96-104.
  3. Chakrabarti, B., Singh, S.D., Anand, A., Singh, M.P. Pathak, H. and Nagarajan, S. (2012). Impact of high temperature on crop and soil. In: Climate change impact,adaptation and mitigation in agriculture: Methodology for assessment and application (Eds. Pathak,H.,Aggarwal, P.K. and Singh, S.D.) Venus Printer’s and Publishers, New Delhi,  pp 88-95.
  4. Anand, A. (2012). Magnetopriming- a promising technique of seed invigouration to circumvent abiotic stress. In Souvenir of National Seminar on Physiological and Molecular Approaches for Development of Climate Resilient Crops 12-14 Dec., 2012, Deptt. Crop Physiology, ANGRAU, Hyderabad.
  5. Paul, V., Pandey, R., Ramesh, K.V. and Singh, A. (2012).  Role of mineral nutrients in physiology, ripening and storability of fruits. In: Advances in Plant Physiology, Vol. 13, An International Treatise Series – Nutrio-physiological and Molecular Interventions for Crop Improvement Under Changing Climate. Hemantaranjan (ed.). Scientific Publishers (India), Jodhpur, pp. 56-96.

 

2013

  1. Arora, A. and Singh, V.P. (2013). "Genetic engineering of stay green traits for development of drought tolerant wheat". In: Souvenir of National Conference on Plant Physiology on "Current trends in plant biology research" organized by Directorate of Groundnut Research, Junagadh & Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh in association with Indian Society for Plant Physiology, New Delhi from 13-16 Dec., 2013, pp 35-37.
  2. Anand, A., Khetarpal, S. and Singh, M. P. (2013). Physiological response of maize under rising atmospheric CO2 and temperature. In: Chaudhary, D.P. Kumar, S. and Singh, S. (eds.) Maize: Nutrition Dynamics and Novel Uses, Springer Verlag, pp 105-115.
  3. Anand, A. (2013). Physical seed treatments for seed quality enhancement. In: ICAR sponsored training program on Emerging paradigms in seed production, plant variety protection, value addition and quality assurance for enhancing productivity and sustainable crop production, Division of Seed Science and Technology, IARI.
  4. Chinnusamy, V., Dalal, M. and Zhu, J.K. (2013). Epigenetic regulation of abiotic stress responses in plants. In: Plant Abiotic Stress, Second Edition, Jenks, M.A. and Hasegawa, P.M. (eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hoboken, NJ. doi: 10.1002/9781118764374.ch8, pp 203-230.
  5. Dwivedi, S.K. and Arora, A. (2013). Vase life enhancement of flower via nitric oxide: Biochem superstar. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-659-40109-1. pp 113.
  6. Lekshmy, S., Jha, S.K., Jain, V. (2013). Effect of elevated carbon dioxide on nitrogen nutrition in wheat, ISBN: 978-3-659-41569-2 Lambert Academic Publishing, pp124.
  7. Pandey, R., Paul, V., Sehgal, V., Pal, Singh, M. and Bandyopadhyay, K. (2013). Capacities and uncertainities in monitoring the carbon dioxide fluxes and carbon pools at different scales in terrestrial ecosystems. In: Advances in Plant Physiology, Vol. 14, An International Treatise Series – Nutrio-physiological and Molecular Interventions for Crop Improvement Under Changing Climate. Hemantaranjan (ed.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp. 255-295. 

 

2014

  1. Arora, A. (2014). Abiotic stress in Horticultural crops. In training ‘Teaching of Post graduate courses in Horticulture’ to Teachers from Afghanistan. 1st Aug. 2013 to 31st Jan. 2014 on 16 Jan., 2014; pp 1-16.
  2. Arora, A. (2014). Genetic engineering of stay green traits for development of drought tolerant crops. In: Abiotic stress: challenges and prospects. Pasala, R.K. Singh, Y., Bhagat, K.P. and Kumar, S. (eds.). Today and Tomorrow’s Printers & Publishers, New Delhi, India pp.167-203 (In Press)
  3. Arora, A. (2014). "Phenotyping for stay green trait for drought and heat tolerance of crops". ICAR Sponsored Short Course on "Non-destructive phenotyping and phenomics for dissection of abiotic stress tolerance, gene discovery and crop improvement" from 14-23 July, 2014 at Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi-110 012.
  4. Arora, A. (2014). Molecular Regulation of Fruit Ripening/Senescence in Horticultural Crops. Training Programme on Application of Molecular Biology Tools and Bioinformatics in Agriculture Centre of Excellence in Agri-Biotechnology, Centre of Excellence in Agri-Biotechnology & Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility, College of Biotechnology, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agri. & Tech. Meerut,Uttar Pradesh, pp 1-6.
  5. Chinnusamy, V. and Pal, M. (2014). Non-destructive Phenotyping and phenomics for dissection of abiotic stress tolerance, gene discovery and crop improvement. Division of Plant Physiology, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi-110012, pages 140.
  6. Dalal, M. and Chinnusamy, V. (2014). Molecular Genetic Approaches for improvement of drought tolerance in rice. In: Abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants, Prakash, M. and Balakrishnan, K. (eds.), Satish Serial Publishing house, Delhi, ISBN. 978-93-81226-92-6, pp 1-22.
  7. Kumar, P., Yadav, S. and Pal, M. (2014). Role of accessory pigments in high temperature tolerance. In : Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement”14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 109-119.
  8. Pal, M., Karwa, S., Chaturvedi, A.K. and Kumar, P. (2014). Phenotyping for high temperature stress tolerance in crop plants. In: Manual of ICAR Sponsored Short Course on “Non-destructive Phenotyping and Phenomics for Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Gene Discovery and Crop Improvement” 14-23 July, 2014, IARI, New Delhi, pp 48-52.

 

Popular Articles

  1. Lekshmy, S. (2010). Salinity tolerance in wheat genotype Kharchia 65 is associated with greater betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase expression and glycine betaine accumulation (2010) IARI News, 26 (3):2.
  2. 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
  3. Arora, A. (2011). Tomato transgenics for delayed ripening/senescence. IARI News, 27 (2): 3.
  4. Kumar, P. and Joshi, R. (2011). Vayviya (Aerobic) Dhan: Jal Ki Apryaptta Mein Dhan ki Kheti Ka Vikalp. Prasar Doot , 15(1): 17-19.
  5. Lekshmy, S. (2011). Salinity tolerance in wheat genotypes. IARI News, 27 (1): 6.
  6. Anand, A. and Sairam, R.K. (2012). Magnetopriming for reclaiming aged garden pea seeds. ICAR News, 18(2): 15
  7. Kumar, P. and Joshi, R. (2012). Aerobic rice: An option for growing rice under limited water availability. Indian Farming, 62(2): 11-14.
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  9. Paul, V. and Ezekiel, R. (2013). Harvest bumper potatoes through little tubers. Indian Hort. (January-February 2013), 58: 3-5.
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  11. Paul, V. and Ezekiel, R. (2013). Scientific storage options crucial for potatoes. Agriculture Year Book 2013, Agriculture Today (The National Agriculture Magazine), pp 134-137.
  12. Dwivedi, S.K., Ajay Arora, Singh, V.P., Kumar, S., Sundarum, P.K. and Malviya, N. (2014). Nitric oxide dwara gladiolus ke phulon ka sarakshan: krishko ke liye labhkari vidhi. Star Krishi, August, 2014: 15-16.
  13. Kumar, P. (2014). Padap niyamko ka sabji utpadan men mahatv evam upyog. In: Training Manual on Alu evam shakbhaji Phasalo mein Beej Utpadan (19th - 25thMarch, 2014). Division of Seed Science, IARI, New Delhi.
  14. Kumar, P. (2014). Sabji beejo men sushupta. In: Training Manual on Alu evam shakbhaji Phasalo mein Beej Utpadan (19th - 25thMarch, 2014). Division of Seed Science, IARI, New Delhi.
  15. Kumar, P., Singh , M. P. Shah, D. and Yadav, S. (2014). Mung Kee Phasal mein Jal Jamav Kee Samasya Ka Nidan. Kheti, 67(6): 14-15.
  16. Tomar, B.S., Singh, S.P. Evam Kumar, P. (2014). Jayad Men Sabji Phaslo Sey Adik Utpadan.Khad Patrika, 55(3): 15-29.
  17. Vijay Paul, Rakesh Pandey and Atar Singh (2014). 1-Methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) mediated delay in tomato fruit ripening: Potential and perspectives for postharvest management.  Processed Food Ind. 17: 16-22.
  18. विजय पॉल, आर  एजेकिल, राकेश पाण्डे एवं अतरसिंह (2014). आलू भण्डारण : समस्याएं एवं समाधानA पूसासुरभि  7: 61-65

 

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

Vijay Paul, Rakesh Pandey, R.N. Sahoo, V.K. Gupta and Atar Singh

Aryabhatt Samman for  Seminar paper presentation by Vigyan Bharti, Delhi (2013)

Dr. Ajay Arora

Best Teacher Award 2014