Publications

 

A. RESEARCH ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNAL

  1. N. Rama Rao, T. Ravisankar and B.A. Khan. 2000. New records to the Flora of Andhra Pradesh, India. Higher plants of Indian Subcontinent (Additional ser. of Indian J. Forestry).

  2. N. Rama Rao, T. Ravisankar and A. N. Henry. 2001. Collection and Consumption of wild tubers/rhizomes by the various tribes in Andhra Pradesh. ENVIS (EPTRI) News letter 7: 5-7.

  3. S. Pattanaik, K. C. Pathak, T. C. Bhuyan, N. Khobragade, P. Das and K.G. Prasad. 2004. Mensurational studies in Melocanna baccifera. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 16(1):62-70.

  4. S. Pattanaik, P. Das, E. Borah, H. Kaur and K. Borah. 2004. Vegetative multiplication of Bambusa balcooa Roxb. using branch cuttings. Journal of Bamboo and Rattan, 3(4): 365-374.

  5. V. K. W. Bachpai, S. Pattanaik, K.C. Pathak, T.C. Bhuyan, K. Hazarika, R. Bhattacharya and A. Kharshi-ing. 2005. Studies on growth behaviour of some Bambusa tulda Roxb. plus clumps. The Indian Forester, 131(5): 711-718.

  6. S. Pattanaik and C. Deka. 2005. Utilization of juvenile culms for mass multiplication of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Munro. Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products, 12(3): 119-122.

  7. N. Rama Rao, 2006. Wild Plant genetic resources of Godavari valley of Eastern Ghats in Andhra Pradesh. ENVIS (EPTRI) News letter 12: 3-6.

  8. P. K.Swain,& N. Rama Rao. 2006. Ruppia maritima (L.) Ruppiaceae – A new record to the flora of Andhra Pradesh. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 30: 433-434.

  9. A.A Jayaprakash, B. MadhusoodanaKurup, U. Sreedhar, S. Venu, DivyaThankappan, V. AnishPachu, HashimManjebrayakath, Paul Thampy and Siva Sudhakar, 2006.  Distribution, diversity, length-weight relationship and recruitment pattern of deep-sea finfishes and shellfishes in the shelf-break area off southwest Indian EEZ. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. India, 48 (1): 56-67.

  10. P. K Swain, N. Rama Rao, M. V. Rao andSanjai Mohan. 2007. Eumangrove diversity in Andhra Pradesh, India. Flora and Fauna 13 (2): 317-322.

  11. C.Kunhikannan, N. Rama Rao and S. S. Bisen. 2007. Diversity of different plant communities in Tadoba National Park. Indian J. Trop. Biodiv. 15: 107-115.

  12. P. K. Swain, N. Rama Rao andSanjai Mohan. 2007. New mangrove habitats and addition to the flora of Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Indian J. Forestry 31: 431-434. 

  13. P. K.Swain, and N. Rama Rao. 2008. Hitherto lesser-known mangrove habitats and additions to the flora of Visakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh, India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 32: 76-85.

  14. N. M. Ganesh Babu,Jyotsna Desai, K. Ravi Kumar and N. Rama Rao. 2008. Impatiens Mysorensisheyne Ex roth (Balsaminaceae)-A lesser known rare and endemic species from Karnataka, India. Phytotaxonomy 7: 83-88.

  15. P. K. Swain, and N. Rama Rao. 2008. Brownlowiatersa (l.) Kosterm. (Tiliaceae) – an addition to the flora of Southern India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 32: 516-518.

  16. M.V.Rao, M. Balaji and A.V. Pachu, 2008. Marine wood borers of Bhimunipatnam to Visakhapatnam coat, Bay of Bengal, India. Journal of Timber Development AssociationofIndia, 54 (1-4): 59-77.

  17. P. K. Swain, N. Rama Rao andChiranjibiPatnaik. 2009. Mangrove forest cover of Visakhapatnam coast is under threat. Curr.Sci.  97 (8): 1112-1113.

  18. C. Kunhikannan, N. Rama Rao and S. S. Bisen. 2009.  Additions to the flora of tadoba national park, Chandrapur, Maharashtra, India.  J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 33: 57-63.

  19. M. Deepa,NeerjaAgarwal., K. Rahul Viswakarma.,KiranKumari., and MitaliLal. 2009. Monitoring and Weather parameters on Bactroceradorsaliscomplex through Methyl Eugenol Traps. Annals of Plant Protection, 17(2):332-336.

  20. M. Deepa, NeerjaAgarwal and K. Rahul Viswakarma. 2010.  Monitoring the incidence of Bactroceraspecies complex through methyl eugenol traps. Journal of Ecofriendly Agriculture 5(2): 170-173.

  21. M. Deepaand C.P. Srivastava. 2010. Biological characteristics of Helicoverpaarmigera. Annals of Plant Protection, 18(2): 370-374.

  22. M.Deepaand C. P. Srivastava. 2010. Biological characterstics of Helicoverpaarmigera(Hübner) from different agroclimatic zones of India in chickpea. Annals of Plant Protection, 18(2): 370-374.

  23. M.Balaji, M. V. Rao and N. Rama Rao. 2011. A model for periodical augumentation of income of the communities involved in shelterbelt plantations. Indian Forester Spl. issue on JFM), in press.

  24. S.K.Pati., M.V. Rao, M. Balaji and Anish V. Pachu, 2011.Community structure of fouling on a sunken vessel from Visakhapatnam harbour, east coast of India.Journal of Marine Biological Association of India, 53(1): 14-20.

  25. M.Deepaand C. P. Srivastava. 2011. Genetic diversity in Helicoverpaarmigera(Hübner) from different agroclimatic zones of India. Journal of Food legumes, 24(4):313-316.

  26. S. Pattanaik and J.B. Hall, 2011. Molecular evidence for polyphyly in the woody bamboo genus Dendrocalamus (Subtribe Bambusinae).Plant Systematics and Evolution,291:59-67.

  27. Ponnambalam, Sugavanam,V, and P. Devaraj 1998. Growth response of Acacia auriculiformis and Casuarina equisetifolia in Quartz sand dump from cement factoriesa, Journal of Arid land studies.7:S.pp 315-318.

  28. N. Roy choudhary, Subhash Chandra and M. Deepa.2012. Occurrence of CantheconaFurcellataWolff- A predatory bug on Hybleapureacramer and Eutectonamachaeralis(Walker) in teak forests of Madhya Pradesh. Annals of Forestry,22(2): 265-272.

  29. V.Anish. Pachu, M.V. Rao and M. Balaji, 2012. Recruitment response of larvae of TeredoparksiBartsch (Teredinidae: Myoida: Bivalvia) to individual marine bacterial films. Journal of Indian Academy of Wood Science, 9(2): 160-164.

  30. S. Pattanaik, K. Rajesh, N. Rama Rao, G.R.S. Reddy and M.R.G. Reddy. 2013. Phytosociological studies in the dry red sanders (Pterocarpus santalinus l.f.) bearing forest areas of Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh. The Indian Forester (In review).

  31. S. Pattanaik and J.B. Hall. 2013. Patterns of morphometric variability in Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Munro populations across east Khasi Hills, Nnortheast India. The Indian Forester (In review).

B. ARTICLES IN SEMINAR/CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. S.Pattanaik, T. C. Bhuyan, K. C. Pathak, K. K. Sarma, 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’- Paper presented at the national level workshop on ‘Policy and Legal Issues in Cultivation & Utilization of Bamboo, Rattan and Forest Trees in Private & Community Lands’, organized by Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi: August 7-9, 2001.

  2. N. Rama Rao, T. Ravisankar and K. Satyanarayana Rao. 2002. Ethnobotany-an essential tool for biodiversity conservation.Presented in National Workshop on Peoples Participatory Approaches in Conservation and Management of Forest Resources held at Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India, organized by M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Kakinada and FAO from 16th to 19th December 2002.

  3. S. Pattanaik, K.C. Pathak, S. Trivedi, P.K. Khatri and K.G. Prasad. 2002. ‘Cohort Mapping in Bamboo Resource Management’ -Theme paper presented in the expert consultation on ‘Strategies for Sustainable Utilization of Bamboo resources Subsequent to Gregarious Flowering in the Northeast’ held on 24 and 25 April 2002 at Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.

  4. K.G. Prasad, S. Pattanaik, S. Trivedi, K.C. Pathak and P.K. Khatri. 2002. ‘Regeneration Strategies Following Gregarious Flowering of Bamboo in Northeast India’-Theme paper presented in the expert consultation on ‘Strategies for Sustainable Utilization of Bamboo resources Subsequent to Gregarious Flowering in the Northeast’ held on 24 and 25 April 2002 at Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.

  5. K.G. Prasad and S. Pattanaik. 2002. ‘Status of Bamboo Flowering in the Northeast India’. Paper presented during the meeting on ‘The Strategies for Exploitation of Bamboo Resources in Assam’ organized by the Assam Forest Department on 31st July 2002 at Assam Administrative College, Guwahati.

  6. S. Pattanaik, E.D. Borah, H. Kaur and K. Borah. 2003. Cultivation of sympodial bamboos – Scientific techniques and practices. Paper presented at the workshop jointly organized by NAEB (NEHU) and RFRI at Jorhat.

  7. Kharshi-ing and S. Pattanaik. 2003. Bamboo resource in northeastern India-Status, research and management issues. Paper presented at the conference on ‘Bamboo and its applications’, held at Kohima, Nagaland, organized by Nagaland Forest Department.

  8. N. Rama Rao. 2004. Ethnobotany-an essential tool for biodiversity conservation of mangroves. Delivered a lecture in the compulsory training course for IFS officers on Mangrove Conservation and Management held at Institute of Wood Science and Technology, Bangalore from 6th to 10th October 2004.

  9. N. Rama Rao and K. S. Rao. 2004. Ethnobiology and Biodiversity Conservation of Mangrove Ecosystem. In Pankaj K. Aggarwal, S. Gairola and K. S. Rao (eds.) Proc.National Workshop on Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Management of Mangrove forests in India, Institute of Wood Science and Technology, Bangalore, pp. 153-165.

  10. N. Rama Rao and K. S. Rao. 2004. Useful wild genetic resources/cultivars in Godavari valley of Eastern Ghats in Andhra Pradesh.Presented in the National Workshop on Regional Strategy for Plant Conservationheld at Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur on 26th and 27th February 2004.

  11. Kunhikannan., N. Rama Rao & S. S. Bisen. 2004. Diversity of plant communities in dry deciduous forests of Tadoba National Park, Chandrapur, Maharashtra, India. Presented in XIV Annual Conference of IAAT and National Seminar on New Frontiers in Plant Taxonomy and Biodiversity Conservation held at TBGRI, Kerala from 29th to 31st December 2004.

  12. S. Pattanaik, S. Trivedi, K. C. Pathak, E. D. Borah, K. Borah and A. Kharshi-ing. 2004. Scientific clump management for sustainable shoot production in Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Munro. Paper presented in the VIIth World Bamboo Congress, New Delhi.

  13. Ponnambalam,2004. Effect of soil amendment on the growth and survival of plants in limestone mineump at ACC, Madukkarai in the national Seminar on Rehabilitation of lands under Anthropogenic stress & Degradation. 20.1.2004. Ranchi. pp.11

  14. N. Rama Rao, 2005. Ethnobotany – An essential tool for conservation of forest genetic resources. Presented in the National Conference onCurrent Trends in Plant Sciences held at Department of Botany, Kakatiya University, Warangal on 16th and 17th April 2005.

  15. P. K.Swain., N. Rama Rao, M. V. Rao andSanjai Mohan. 2005. Status of mangroves in Andhra Pradesh, India. Presented in the National Symposium on Trends in Plant Science Research held at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam from 8th to 10th December 2005.

  16. P. K. Swain, N. Rama Rao andSanjai Mohan. 2006. Preliminary observations on the mangrove flora of Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Presented in the State level Seminar on Biodiversity and Conservation of Flora and Fauna of Andhra Pradeshheld at Jawahar Bharathi Degree College, Kavali, Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh on 11th and 12th March 2006.

  17. N. Rama Rao. 2006. Ethnoveterinary plants of the Godavari valley in Andhra Pradesh, India Presented in the State level Seminar on Biodiversity and Conservation of Flora and Fauna of Andhra Pradeshheld at Jawahar Bharathi Degree College, Kavali, Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh on 11th and 12th March 2006.

  18. G.R.S.Reddy, M.B.Honnuri and M.Lokeshwar Rao. 2007. Evaluation of performance of sandal germplasm under agroforestry conditions at Hyderabad.  International sandal seminar conducted by  IWST,Bengalore from 11th to 14th   December.

  19. S. Pattanaik, J.B. Hall and K. Steele. 2007. Genetic variability and relationships in Dendrocalamus Munro: inferred from AFLP markers. Paper presented at the Tropical Ecology Group seminar of the British Ecological Society, held at University of Leeds.

  20. Jini Jacob, V Anish. Pachu, Rosamma Philip and R. Damodaran, 2007.Meiofauna of the continental slope of north-west coast of India. In: Book of Abstracts, 8thAsian Fisheries Forum, Cochin, p-253.

  21. P. K. Swain and N. Rama Rao. 2008. Vegetation ecology and diversity of lesser known mangrove areas of Guntur District in Andhra Pradesh, India. In Proc. Nat. Sem. Biodiversity conservation and environmental biotechnology, Dept. Zoology, VSR&NVR College, Tenali, Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh held on 23rd& 24th January 2008.

  22. P. K. Swain and N. Rama Rao. 2008. Floral diversity and vegetation ecology of mangrove wetlands in the states of Goa, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, India. In National Workshop on Mangroves of India: Biodiversity, Protection and Environmental Services. Institute of Wood Science and Technology, ICFRE, Bangalore held on 7th& 8th February 2008.

  23. S. Pattanaik.2008. Genetic diversity and relationships in Dendrocalamus, inferred from amplified fragment length polymorphism study. Paper presented at the International seminar on ‘Role of plant taxonomy in biodiversity management and human welfare’, held at Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun, 1-3 December 2008.

  24. Ponnambalam andT.S.Badrinarayanan. 2008. Tracing Lineaments In Hard Rock Terrains by Bore Well Yield Contour Method- A Case Study From Pukkulam, UdumalpetTaluk, Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu. UGC sponsored Two day National seminar on Spatial modeling and soft computing in water resource management (SSWRM 2008) Faculty of Civil Engineering, Annamalai University, Annmalainager, India.

  25. Ponnambalam and T.S.Badrinarayanan.2008. Exploring deep confined aquifers by electrical well logging technique. UGC sponsored Two day National seminar on Spatial modeling and soft computing in water resource management (SSWRM 2008) Faculty of Civil Engineering, Annamalai University, Annamalainager, India.

  26. K.Rahul Viswakarma and M.Deepa.2008. Toxic effect of Biopesticides and some commercial Neem formulations against Tabacco caterpillar Spodopteralitura(Fabr.). 5thInternational Conference on Biopestcides.

  27. NeerjaAgrawaland M.Deepa, 2008.Incidence of fruit fly species infesting fruits and vegetables in relation to diverse vegetation.National Symposium on ?Technological Innovation for Resourse starved Farmers in Global Perspective?, C.S. Azad University of Agriculture & Technology, Kanpur (April 28-30,2008).

  28. NeerjaAgrawal and M. Deepa. 2008. Monitoring incidence of fruit fly species (Diptera: Tephritidae) to Methyl Eugenol traps in Kanpur .National conference on eco friendly approaches in sustainable agriculture and horticulture production. November 28-30, 2008.

  29. NeerjaAgrawal and M.Deepa,. 2008. Incidence of fruit fly species infesting vegetables in relation to diverse vegetation. National conference on eco friendly approaches in sustainable agriculture and horticulture production. November 28-30, 2008.

  30. S.Navya Sri,N.S. Rama Devi, A.V. Pachu, M.V. Rao, M. Balaji and J.V.V.S.N. Murthy, 2008.Characterization of marine bacteria colonizing wood in Visakhapatnam harbour. Poster Presented at the “95th Indian Science Congress”, 3-7 Jan. 2008, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India.

  31. A.V.Pachu., M. Balaji and M.V. Rao, 2008.Recruitment responses of teredinid larvae to monospecies marine bacterial films. Poster Presented at the “International Conference on Biofouling and Ballast Water management”, 5-7 Feb. 2008, National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India.

  32. M.V.Rao, M. Balaji and A.V. Pachu, 2008.Occurrence and species diversity of marine wood borers from Chippada to Rambilli in Visakhapatnam District on the east coast. Paper Presented at the “National Seminar on Biodiversity Conservation and Environmental Biotechnology” 23-24 Jan. 2008, V.S.R. and N.V.R. College, Tenali, Andhra Pradesh, India.

  33. M.V.Rao, M. Balaji and A.V. Pachu, 2008.Occurrence and species diversity of marine wood borers at Kothakoduru and Bangarammapalem mangroves. Poster Presented at the “National Workshop on Mangroves of India: Biodiversity, Protection and Environmental Services”, 7-8 Feb. 2008, Institute of Wood Science and Technology, Bangalore, India.

  34. S. Pattanaik. 2009. Molecular taxonomy of Dendrocalamus using AFLP markers. Paper presented at the National seminar on ‘Bamboo plantation, management and its utilization’ held at Arid Forest Research Institute, Jodhpur, 17-19 March, 2009.

  35. S. Pattanaik and J.B. Hall.2009. Species relationships in Dendrocalamus inferred from AFLP fingerprints. Proceedings of World Bamboo Congress, held at Bangkok, 16-19 September 2009.

  36. N. RamaRao, 2010. Status of Environmental aspects of Sankosh river, Bhutan. Presented in  the Workshop on Sankosh multipurpose project organized by THDC India Limited and Department of Energy held at Thimphu, Bhutan on 27th July, 2010.

  37. Kunhikannan, N. Rama Rao, Sumer Chand, H. B. Naithani, S. K. Kamboj, Sudhir Kumar and A. V. Pachu. 2010. Phytosociological studies of forests in Sankosh river basin, Bhutan. In the Proceedings of National Seminar on Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Function and Services,  held at IFGTB, Coimbatore. Pp. 333-351.

  38. S. Pattanaik and M. Lokeswara Rao.2010. Genetic diversity and structure in Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Munro and its conservation implications. Paper presented at the National seminar on ‘Productivity enhancement and value addition of bamboos’ held at Institute of Forest Productivity, Ranchi, 9-10 March, 2010.

  39. N. Rama Rao. 2011. Ethnobotany an Essential tool for Human Welfare and Biodiversity Conservation. Presented in the National Conference on Plants and People heldatKakatiya University, Warangal, Sponsored by UGC, New Delhi on 29th and 30th March 2011.

  40. N. Rama Rao. 2011.  Delivered plenary lecture on Ethnobotany an Essential tool for Human Welfare and Biodiversity Conservation at the National conference on ‘Plants and People’ held at the Kakatiya University, Warangal, 29-30th  March 2011(as an invitee).

  41. Ram, T. S. Rathore, and G.R.S. Reddy and D. S. Rajput. 2011. Utilization of Tissue Culture Technique for propagation of Melia dubia. In: Indian Forestry Congress held on 22-25 November, 2011 at New Delhi pp. 191-192.

  42. Ram and G.R.S. Reddy. 2011. Progeny performance of plus trees of Melia dubia Cav. under nursery and field conditions. In: National Symposium on Assessment and Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources through Biotechnological Interventions held on 19-20 December 2011at  Institute of Forest Productivity, Ranchi pp. 113.

  43. Ram,D. S.Rajput,T. SRathore and G.R.S. Reddy. 2011. Micropropagation of Melia dubia Cav.–via In Vitro Seed germination. National Symposium on Assessment and Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources through Biotechnological Interventions held on 19-20 December 2011at  Institute of Forest Productivity, Ranchi pp. 104.

  44. Ram,D. S.Rajput,G. R. S.Reddy, T. S. Rathore and M. L. Rao. 2011. In vitro regeneration of Melia dubia Cav.- A prefect tree for biomass power plants. In: International conference on recent Trends in Renewable Energy Resources, at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, 28-30, 2011, pp. 79.

  45. N.N.Reddy,T. N.Shivananda, G. R. S.Reddy,V.Palanichamy,B.Venkateshwarlu andA.Debnath.  2011.  Problems and prospects of Cashew Nut production, processing, marketing and exports from Indian Sub continent vis-à-vis in a global Climate Scenario. Presented in “1st International Symposium on Cashew Nut” under Agricultural Institute Madurai during December 10-11, 2011. [will appear in special issue of Acta Horticulturae]

  46. S. Pattanaik and M. L. Rao. 2011. Use of GIS in natural resource modeling of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii. Paper presented at the National seminar on ‘Recent advances in bamboo propagation management and utilization’, 17-18 February 2011, Institute of Wood Science & Technology, Bangalore.

  47. Ponnambalam,G. R. S. Reddy, R. Ashakumari and M. Lokeswara Rao. 2011. Impact of Eucalyptus Clonal Plantations on Soil nutritional Status in Andhra Pradesh. Presented in the International Conference on recent trends in renewable energy sources held at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad on January 28-30, 2011.

  48. Ponnambalam, G. R. S. Reddy and M. Lokeswara Rao. 2011. Reclamation of Iron Ore Minespoils at RMMPL mines, Hospet, Karnataka through afforestation. Presented in the International Conference on recent trends in renewable energy sources held at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad on January 28-30, 2011.

  49. Ponnambalam,G. R. S. Reddy & M. Lokeswara Rao. 2011. Selection of Suitable Tree Species for the Reclamation of Iron Ore Minespoil at RMMPL mines Hospet, Karnataka. Presented in the National Conference on landscape restoration processes-challenges and opportunities held at FRI, Dehradun, on February 22-23, 2011.

  50. M. Deepa. 2011. Genetic engineering a modern tool for developing insect resistance in trees. National symposium on Assessment and Characterization of genetic diversity among and within conservation of Forest Genetic Resources using modern tools and techniques through Biotechnological Interventions. Ranchi, 19-20, December, 2011. 211p.

  51. M.Deepa. 2011. Biotechnology: a noval approach in forest protection and regeneration. National symposium on Assessment and Characterization of genetic diversity among and within conservation of Forest Genetic Resources using modern tools and techniques through Biotechnological Interventions. Ranchi, 19-20, December, 2011. 267p.

  52. Kunhikannan., N. Rama Rao, Sumer Chand, H.B. Naithani, S.K. Kamboj, Sudhir Kumar and A.V. Pachu, 2010. Phyto-sociological studies of forests in Sankosh River basin, Bhutan. Presented in the National Seminar on Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Function and Services held at IFGTB, Coimbatore, sponsored by DBT and DST, New Delhi on 28-29 December 2011.

  53. Kunhikannan, N. Rama Rao, Sumer Chandra, S.K. Kamboj, Sudhir Kumar and A.V. Pachu, 2012. Phytosociological studies of forests in Sankosh River basin, Bhutan. In: Proceedings of the National Seminar on Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Function and Services, IFGTB, Coimbatore. pp: 333-352.

  54. Ram,T. S.Rathore  andG.R.S.Reddy. 2012. A standard procedure for the micropropagation of Melia dubia Cav. In: Second National conference on Biotechnology, Bioinformatics and Bioengineering held on 24-25th Feb 2012 organized by Society for Applied Biotechnology at Kolhapur, Maharashtra pp.36

  55. Ram,and T. S.Rathore  and G.R.S.Reddy. D. S. Rajput.2012. In vitro direct shoot organogenesis and regeneration of plantlets from leaf explants of Malabar neem (M. dubia)”. In: National conference on Forest, environment and climate change: Issues and challenges held on 30-31, 2012 at Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh pp.159-160.

  56. M.Deepa. 2012. Impact of future climate scenario on insect populations and their management.National conference on forest environment and climate change: Issues and Challenges,. Department of forestry, Wild life & Environment sciences, GGV, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India. Jan 30-31, 2012 201p.

  57. M Deepa.2012. Effects of climate change on the insect fauna and their management tactics National conference on forest environment and climate change: Issues and Challenges, , Department of forestry, Wild life & environment sciences, GGV, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India. Jan 30-31, 2012, 224p

  58. N. Roy choudhary, Subhash Chandra and Deepa M. 2012. Cantheconafurcellata- A predatory bug on teak pests Hyblaeapureaand Eutectonamacheralisin teak forests of Madhya Pradesh. National conference on forest environment and climate change: Issues and Challenges, Department of forestry, Wild life & Environment sciences, GGV, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India. Jan 30-31, 2012, 85p.

  59. N. Roy choudhary, Subhash Chandra and M.Deepa. 2012. Biological Control of Teak Pests, Hyblaeapureaand Eutectonamachaeralis. National seminar on Forest Health Management (FHM-2012).77p.

  60. M. Deepa, Subhash Chandra and N. Roychoudhury. 2012. Stink Bug: A potential biological agent for the management of insect pests. National seminar on Forest Health Management (FHM-2012). 94p.

  61. M.Deepa. 2012. Behaviour and management of termites. National seminar on Forest Health Management (FHM-2012). 67p.

  62. M. Deepa. 2012. Chrysoperlacarnea(stephens) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae): a potential biocontrol agent. National seminar on Forest Health Management (FHM-2012).95p. Deepa M. (2012).Insect pests of Jatrophacurcasand their management.National seminar on Forest Health Management (FHM-2012). 60p.

  63. M.B.Honnuri, G. R. S.Reddy and M.R.G.Reddy. 2014. Development of Agroforestry models for Semiarid tropics of A.P. World congress on agroforestry conducted by ICAR, ICRAF held at New Delhi from 12th to 15th Feb 2014.

C. POSTER PUBLICATIONS IN SEMINAR/CONFERENCE

  1. S. Pattanaik and J.B. Hall. 2007. Potential distribution modelling in Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Munro using GIS”. Poster presented at the Plant Science Wales conference held at Cardiff University.

  2. S. Pattanaik. 2011. ‘Potential distribution modelling in Dendrocalamus hamiltonii. Poster presented at the Indian Forest Congress, held at New Delhi, November 2011.

D. POPULAR ARTICLES AND EXTENSION MATERIALS

 

  1. S. Pattanaik. 1998. Intensive Cultivation of Teak (Tectona grandis). Article published in ‘Technical Bulletin on Applied Forestry Research for Field Foresters’. Published by the Director, Institute of Rain and Moist Deciduous Forests Research, Jorhat.
  2. S. Pattanaik, E. Borah and H. Kaur.2001. Strategies for Management of Bamboo Flowering’ Article published in the local Assamese daily ‘AamarAsom’, dated 11th December 2001.
  3. S.Pattanaik, H. Kaur and C. Deka. 2001. ‘Bamboo Kissan Nursery’. Extension brochure published in English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese and Manipuri for distribution under the Ministry of Textiles and UNDP sponsored cane and bamboo project.
  4. S. Pattanaik.2002. ‘Blooming Bamboos: It's Management’. Article published in the local Assamese daily ‘The Assam Tribune’ dated 25th May 2002.
  5. S. Pattanaik, H. Kaur and E. D. Borah. 2002. Vegetative propagation of bamboo. Poster published in Assamese for distribution under the Ministry of Textiles and UNDP sponsored cane and bamboo project.
  6. S.Pattanaik and T. C. Bhuyan. 2003. 'Bamboos-The green gold'. Documentary film prepared in English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese and Manipuri languages for distribution under the Ministry of Textiles and UNDP sponsored cane and bamboo project.
  7. S. Pattanaik and T.C. Bhuyan. 2003. 'Rattans-For prosperity'. Documentary film prepared in English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese and Manipuri languages for distribution under the Ministry of Textiles and UNDP sponsored cane and bamboo project.
  8. T. C. Bhuyan, B. Meitram, S.Pattanaik and K.G Prasad.2003.'Rattans: For prosperity'. Extension brochure published in English and Assamese for distribution under the Ministry of Textiles and UNDP sponsored cane and bamboo project.
  9. S. Pattanaik. 2009. ‘DNA barcoding – a rapid method of bamboo identification’. Article published in the book titled ‘Bamboo in northeast India-a management guide, volume II’, published by the Director, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.
  10. S. Pattanaik and R.K. Borah. 2009. ‘Bamboo nursery: Techniques and practices’. Extension brochure published by the Director, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.
  11. S. Pattanaik, P. Sharma, Tarachand and R.K. Borah. 2009. ‘Hollong nursery: Techniques & practices’. Extension brochure published by the Director, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.
  12. T.C. Bhuyan and S. Pattanaik. 2009. ‘Rattan nursery and plantation: Techniques & practices’. Extension brochure published by the Director, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.
  13. Tarachand and S. Pattanaik 2009. ‘Acacia mangium: A prospect tree species for Northest’. Extension brochure published by the Director, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.
  14. S. Pattanaik. 2011. Urban Forestry. Extension brochure published by the Head, Forest Research Centre, Hyderabad.

E. SHORT NOTES:

  1. K.Pankaj Aggarwal, S.S. Chauhan, N.R.R. Prasad and K.S. Rao.(2002). Water repellent treatment for catamaran grade Bombaxceilba Linn.(Spermatophyta/Dicotyledoneae) wood.Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 32(4): 340-343.

  2.  K.Rahul Viswakarma,M.Deepa and KiranKumari.(2009). Mortality response of spodopteralituraagainst Biopesticides and Insecticides.Annals of Plant Protection, 17(2):459-526

  3. K.Rahul. Viswakarma,K. Mohan and M. Deepa.(2011) Efficacy of certain neem formulations &biopesticides against Spodopteralitura.Journal of Ecofriendly Agriculture. 6(1):102-103.

F.  BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. S. Pattanaik, A.N. Singh, M. Kundu, S. Trivedi, Y.C. Tripathi and K.G. Prasad. 2002. Proceedings of the expert consultation on ‘Strategies for Sustainable Utilization of Bamboo resources Subsequent to Gregarious Flowering in the Northeast’. Consultation held on 24 and 25 April 2002 at Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat.

  2. K. G. Prasad and S. Pattanaik. 2003. Resource enhancement and processing of cane and bamboos suitable for handicrafts- A compendium of bamboo research at RFRI, Jorhat.

  3. P. K. Swain, and N. Rama Rao. 2008. Floristic studies on mangroves of prakasam district in Andhra Pradesh, India. In Soloman Raju, A. J. (ed.) Bioresources Conservation and Management.Today and Tomorrow publications, New Delhi. pp. 53-63.

  4. P. K.Swain, and N. Rama Rao. 2008. Ethnobotany of mangroves and their management in Andhra Pradesh, India. In Soloman Raju, A.J. (ed.) Bioresources Conservation and management.Today and Tomorrow publications, New Delhi. pp. 65-70.

  5. N. Rama Rao,and P. K. Swain. 2008. Two lesser known thelypteroid ferns from Andhra Pradesh, India. In Soloman Raju, A.J. (ed.) Bioresources Conservation and management.Today and Tomorrow publications, New Delhi. pp. 23-28.

  6. A.V.Pachu, M.V. Rao and M. Balaji, 2008.Marine wood borer fauna in mangroves of the Krishna estuary, East Coast, India. In: Bioresources conservation and management, A. J. Solomon Raju (ed.), pp. 41-51. Today & Tomorrow’s printers and publishers, New Delhi.

  7. P. K Swain, and N. Rama Rao. 2010.  Floral diversity and vegetation ecology of mangrove wetlands in the states of Goa, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, India. In 'Mangroves in India:Biodiversity, Protection and Environmental Services', Zool. Surv. India, Kolkatta. pp.89-104.

  8. D Susmita, N. Rama Rao, R. Ezhumalai and S.H. Jain. 2010. Preliminary phytochemical analysis of mangrove species. in'Mangroves in India: Biodiversity, Protection and Evironmental Services', Zoological Survey of India 427-433.

  9. M.V.Rao, M. Balaji and A.V. Pachu, 2013.Marine Wood borers at Kothakoduru and Bangarammapalem mangroves, East Coast of India. In: Mangroves of India: their biology and uses. (ed.) Bhatt J.R., Ramakrishna, Sanjappa M., Remadevi O.K., Nilaratna B.P. and Venkataraman K., xvi, 325-332