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Publications in Plant Science

 

Dr.G.Kumaravelu.,M.Sc.,M.Phil.Ph.D.,

1. Biochemical changes in green gram seedlings grown under simulated acid rain stress by G. Kumaravelu and M.P.Ramanujam. In: Proceedings of the National seminar in Biodiversity. Strategies for conservation and future challenges – Bharathidasan University, Coimbatore, pp. 208 – 212, 1993.

2. Response of groundnut cultivars to simulated acidic environment during germination by G. Kumaravelu and M.P.Ramanujam. Ad. Plant Sci. 9(1): 103 – 106, 1996.

3. Physico-chemical changes during maturation and ripening of Jambolan fruit by M. Venkitakrishnan, V. Panjatcharam, G. Kumaravelu and M.P.Ramanujam. Indian J. Plant Physiol. 2(4): 267 – 270, 1997.

4. Comparative changes in skin colour and taste during ripening in three varieties of cashew apple by V. Panjatcharam, G. Kumaravelu, M.P.Ramanujam  and B. Ambalanathan, J. Swamy Bot. Cl., 15: 7 – 10, 1998.

5. Impact of simulated acidic rain on growth, photosynthetic pigments, cell metabolites and leaf characteristics of green gram by G. Kumaravelu and M.P.Ramanujam, Photosynthetica, 35 (1): 71 – 78, 1998.

6. Changes in CO2 exchange rate, stomatal conductance, activities of photosystem 1 and 2, and chloroplast polypeptide profile induced by simulated acidic rain by G. Kumaravelu and M.P.Ramanujam, Photosynthetica, 35(3): 353 – 359, 1998.

7. Effect of salicylic acid on nodulation, nitrogenous compounds and related enzymes of Vigna mungo by M.P.Ramanujam V. Abdul Jaleel and  G. Kumaravelu, Biologia Plantarum, 41(2): 307 – 311, 1998.

8. Effect of simulated acid rain on nodulation and  nitrogen metabolism in  Vigna radiata cultivarsby  G. Kumaravelu and M.P.Ramanujam, Biologia Plantarum, 41(3): 445 – 450, 1998.

9. In vitro regeneration of Amaranthus tristis, L. by M.P.Ramanujam P. Jayanthi, T. Balamurugan and  G. Kumaravelu, J. Swamy Bot. Cl., 16: 41 - 43, 1999.

10. Triacontanol-induced changes in the growth, photosynthetic pigments, cell metabolites, flowering and yield of green gram by G. Kumaravelu, V. David Livingstone and M.P.Ramanujam, Biologia Plantarum, 43(2): 287 – 290, 2000.  

11. Photosynthetic characteristics of Vigna radiata  under simulated acidic rain stress by M.P.Ramanujam and G. Kumaravelu, J. Swamy Bot. Cl., 17: 49 – 51, 2000.

12. Growth responses of  black gram [ Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper] cultivar T-9 to foliar spray of Triacontanol by Soureche @ Venguidaragavane, M.P.Ramanujam and G. Kumaravelu, J. Swamy Bot. Cl., 17: 53 – 56, 2000.

13. Yield responses of black gram  [ Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper] cultivar T-9 to foliar spray of Triacontanol by R. Soureche @ Venguidaragavane, and G. Kumaravelu, Geobios, 27: 165 – 168, 2000.

14. Foliar application of brassinolide and its effect on growth and yield of green gram by G. Kumaravelu, M. Kavitha, R. Soureche @ Venguidaragavane and M. P.Ramanujam, J. Swamy Bot. Cl., 17: 107 – 109, 2000.

15. Triacontanol – its effect on germination and seedling growth of black gram cultivar T-9 by G. Kumaravelu and R. Soureche @ Venguidaragavane, Ad. Plt. Sciences, 14: 143 – 148, 2001.

16. Effect of commercial triacontanol spray on nitrogen metabolism and other cell metabolites in black gram [ Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper] cultivar T-9 by R. Soureche @ Venguidaragavane, and G. Kumaravelu, J. Phytological Research, 14: 19 – 23, 2001.

17. Biochemical changes during ripening in the fruits of West Indian cherry, Malpighia punicifolia, L. by M.P.Ramanujam, C. Paquialatchoumy, V. Panjatcharam and  G. Kumaravelu,  J. Swamy Bot. Cl., 20: 115 – 120, 2003.

18. Growth and yield response of green gram cultivars to simulated acid rain stress by G. Kumaravelu and M.P.Ramanujam. Indian J. Plant Physiol., 9: 79 – 81, 2004.

19. Effect of tsunami affected soil on seed germination and growth of black gram cultivar TAU – 1 by C. Divya and G. Kumaravelu, Plant Archives, 6(2): 631 – 634, 2006.

20. A study on the biochemical changes in the black gram cultivar grown in tsunami affected soil by G. Kumaravelu, J. of Phytological Research.Vol. 22, 2009.

21. Weed   flora   and   the   Management   strategy   in   intercropping   cultivation   by G. Kumaravelu, International J. of Plant Sciences, 2008 (Communicated).

22. Panchagavya  and  its  effect  on  the  growth  of  the  green gram cultivar K-851 by G. Kumaravelu, International J. of Plant Sciences, 2008 (Communicated).

Books published:

1. Sacred Groves – An Overview (2002) by M.P. Ramanujam, D. Kadamban, G. Kumaravelu and K. Praveenkumar, In: Ethnobotany – Edt. By P.C. Trivedi, pp. 13 – 53.

2. Flora of Sacred Groves of Pondicherry (A pictorial catalogue) by M.P. Ramanujam, P. Devaraj, G. Kumaravelu, D.Kadamban and T. Ganesan, 2007.      

Dr.D.KadambanM.Sc.,M.Phil.,B.Ed.,C.F.Ph.D

1) Virus Diseases of Groundnut, Everymen’s Science, Indian Science Congress Association, Vol. XXII, No. 3, June – July 1987. p 112 – 114.

2) Plant Biodiversity of Two Tropical Dry Evergreen Forests in the Pondicherry region of South India and the role of Belief Systems in their Conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation, 2001. Vol . 10 ; p 1203 – 1217 ;

3) Plants used for improving fertility and curing Gynaecological Diseases by the Traditional Medical Practitioners of Pondicherry Region. J. Swamy . Bot. - Cl. 2003. p 01-10.

4) Plants used by the Traditional Medical Practitioners for treating Hepatic Disease of Pondicherry Region. J. Eco. Tax. Bot. 2004. Vol. 28 ; 2 p. 497 – 501.

5) Biodiversity Conservation with cultural perspectives in a sacred grove at Villupuram District of Tamil Nadu, India. J. Swamy . Bot. - Cl. 2004. p 11-16.

6) Phytosociology and Ecology of Santalum album L. (Santalaceae) in Pondicherry and its environs. Plant Archives. 2005 Vol. 5 : 2.

7) Role of Plants in the Traditional Fishing System of Pondicherry region. Plant Archives. 2005 Vol. 5 : 2.

8) Kadamban. D and Maheswari. R. 2005. Plant biodiversity with cultural perspectives of two sacred groves at Vanur Taluk of Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu. Indian Journal of Environment and Ecoplanning. 10 (3) : 643-656 (2005).

9) Kadamban. D and Anuradha. J. 2005. A preliminary survey of Host Range of Dendropthoe falcata (L.F.) Ettingsh. In the forest trees of Shakthi- Auroville, Vanur Taluk, Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu, India. Indian J. Environ & Ecoplan 10 (3) : 927-934 (2005).

10) Kadamban. D, 2006. People – Grove interface at two sacred groves of villupuram district of Tamil Nadu. India. Nature Environment and Pollution Technology 5(1) : 129-134.

11) Kadamban. D and Meerabay. K. 2006. People-Grove interface in the plant conservation of Agasampattu sacred grove – Union Territory of Pondicherry 605 008 – Ekologia 2006. 5(1-2): p127-136.

12) Kadamban .D and Velanganni.J In Vitro propagation of Gerbera jamesonii Adlam International journal of phycology (2008) in press

Dr.K.Kadavul,M.Sc.,M.Ed.,M.Phil.,Ph.D

1. Kadavul, K. and N. Parthasarathy, (1999). Plant Biodiversity and conservation of tropical semi-evergreen forest in the Shervarayan hills of Eastern Ghats, India. Biodiversity and conservation. 8: 421-439.

2. Kadavul, K. and N. Parthasarathy, (1999). Structural and composition of woody species in tropical semi-evergreen forest of Kalrayan hills, Eastern Ghats, India. Tropical Ecology. 40(2): 247-260.

3. Kadavul, K. and N.Parthasarathy, 1999. Lianas in two tropical semi-evergreen forest sites on the Kalrayan hills, Eastern Ghats South India. Tropical Biodiversity. 6(3): 197-208.

4. Kadavul, K. and N. Parthasarathy, 2000. Regeneration patterns of woody species in tropical semi-evergreen forest of Shervarayan hills, Eastern Ghats, India. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences. 26: 37-48.

5. Kadavul, and N. Parthasarathy, 2001. Population analysis of Alphonsea sclerocarpa Thw. (Annonaceae) in the Kalrayan hills of Eastern Ghats, India. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 27: 51-54.

6. Kadavul, K. 2002. Spatial pattern and conservation of woody species in a tropical semi-evergreen forest of Eastern Ghats, south India. Bulletin of the National Institute of Ecology 12: 6-12 .

7. Jisha.P, K.Kadavul and M.P.Ramanujam, 2002.Plant with anti-tumour properties in Mahe rgion . Journal of Swamy Botanical Club19:79-82

8. Kadavul.K 2003.Dispersion patterns and conservation of woody species in the forest of Shervarayan hills, Eastern Ghats, Tamilnadu . Advances in plant sciences 16:561-567

9. Kadavul,K, T.Ganesan and J.Presena 2004. Check list of herbaceous flowering plant species of Pondicherry region Geobios 31:193-196

10. Kadavul,K. and S.Kamalam 2004 Biomass studies of ground flora on the waste lands of Pondicherry region .Indian Journal of Environment and Ecoplanning 8(2) 365-370

11. K.Kadavul,T.Ganesan and J.Presena 2004 A survey of angiospermous climbers , lianas and woody plant species of Pondicherry and its nearby area. Journal of Ecnomic&Taxonomic Botany. 28(2) 355-365).

12. Kadavul,K and S.M Sujesh 2005. Traditional practice of some medicinal plants of Vatakara taluk,Kerala state. Advances in plant sciences. 18 (1) 111-119

13 K.Kadavul,T.Ganesan and J.Presena 2004 A survey of angiospermous climbers , lianas and woody plant species of Pondicherry and its nearby area. Journal of Ecnomic&Taxonomic Botany. 28(2) 355-365).

14 .Kadavul Diane Joseph.R and J.Presena 2005. Phenology of Woody Exotics and Distribution of Lantana camara L. in different vegetations of Pondicherry region. Advances in Plant Sciences 18 (II) 693—698
15 Joseph Diane,R. K.Kadavul and J.Presana 2005 Biodiversity of toxic plants in Pondicherry and their homicidal effects. Nature, Environment and Pollution Technology 4: (1) 27-34

16 Kadavul.K, J.Presana and R.Diane Joseph 2005 Traditional medicinal usage of tree barks of Pondicherry region, India. Nature,Environment and Pollution Technology 4: (2) 241-246

17 Kadavul,K.,J.Presena and R.Diane Joseph 2005 Distribution of Plant Galls of Pondicherry Vegetation, Coromendel coast, south India. Indian Journal of Environment and Ecoplanning 10 (3) 721-726

18 Kadavul,K and S.Jagatheeswari 2005 .Species richness and density of ground herbs Karaikal, East Coast, Union Territory of Pondicherry ,South India. Journal of Phytological Research 18: (2) 159-162

19 Kadavul,K, A.Pragasam, A.K.Dixit, R.Diane Joseph and J.Prasena 2006. Biodiversity of host species of mistletoes of Pondicherry Coromandel coast, south India. Nature,Environment and Pollution Technology 5: (2) 309-313

20 Kadavul ,K and N.Parthasarathy 2006 Woody species diversity and conservation of tropical semi-evergreen forest in the Shervarayan Hills of Eastern Ghats,TamilNadu.(Chapter-5) In: Biodiversity in Indian Scenarios.(eds) Daya Publishing House,Tri Nagar, New Delhi 110035pp.69-95

21 Kadavul,K 2006 Structure and Composition of woody species in tropical semi-evergreen forest of Kalrayan Hills,Eastern Ghats, India (Chapter-10) .In: Biodiversity in Indian Scenarios.(eds) Daya Publishing House, Tri Nagar, New Delhi-110035pp.236-260

22 Kadavul,K.2006 Diversity of Lianas in two tropical semi-evergreen forests on the Kalrayan Hills, Eastern Ghats, South India.(Chapter-11) In:Biodiversity in Indian Scenarios.(eds) Daya Publishing House, Tri Nagar, New Delhi 110035 pp.261-276

23 Kadavul,K 2006 Spatial Patterns and Conservation of woody Species in a tropical semi-evergreen forest of Eastern Ghats, south India.(Chapter-12) In: Biodiversity in Indian Scenarios(eds) Daya Publishing House,Tri nagar, New Delhi-110035 pp.277-286

24 Kadavul,K.2006 Biodiversity of toxic Plants in Pondicherry and their Homicidal effects.(Chapter-13) In: Biodiversity in Indian Scenarios(eds) Daya Publishing House, Tri- nagar, New Delhi-110035 pp.287-304

25 Kadavul,K and P.Jisha 2006 Medicinal Plants and their conservation in Mahe region, U.T. Pondicherry, Malabar Coast, South India .Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany :30(suppl) 203-207

26 Sankitha, M and K. Kadavul 2007. Ethno botanical values and conservation of a few Anti-diabetic plants of Pondicherry. Nature, Environment and Pollution Technology ,6: (1) 91-96

27 Kadavul, K., A. Pragasam, J. Presana and R. Diane Joseph 2007. Exotic herbs and specific invaders of Puducherry Coramandel Coast, south India. International Journal of Plant Sciences. 2 : (No.2) 108-112

28 A.K.Dixit, K. Kadavul, S. Rajalakshmi and M.S. Shekhawat 2007.Ethno-Medico- Biological Studies of South India .Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge (accepted-inpress)

29 Kadavul, K and A.K. Dixit 2007.Ethnomedicinal studies of the woody species of Kalrayan and Shervarayan hills Eastern Ghats Tamil Nadu, South India. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge (accepted-in press)

30 Rajalakshmi,S., P.V.Deepa, Ashwinikumar Dixit and K. Kadavul 2007. Seasonal Distribution of Phytoplankton in Gautami Godavari Estuary, Yanam, U.T Of Pondicherry. The Bioscan 2 (4): 351-354

31 Kadavul,K and A.K.Dixit 2008 Extraction of non-timber forest product from the woody species of Kalrayan and Shervarayan hills, India . International Journal of Plant Sciences ,3 (1) 266-269

32 K.Kadavul, T.Anbazhaki , G.Suguna and A.J.A Petrus 2008, Studies on the Pharmacognostical and in virto anti-oxidant potential of the leaves of Cleome gynandra L. Natural Product Radiance (mss.No.NPR/682/2008) (review)

Dr.S.Nadanakunjidam,M.Sc.,M.Ed.M.Phil.,Ph.D
Dr.Bijaya Kumar Nayak,M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Dr.Ashwini Kumar Dixit M.Sc.,Ph.D

1. New reports on terricolous mucorales of Pondicherry. International Journal of Plant Sciences. Vol. 3 (1) pp 277-280 (2008)

2. Extraction of non-timber forest product from the woody species of Kalrayan & Shervarayan hills, eastern ghats, Tamilnadu, India. International Journal of Plant Sciences. Vol. 3 (1) pp 266-269 (2008).

3. Seasonal distribution of phytoplankton in Gautami-Godavari estuary,yanam,U.T. of Pondicherry. The Bioscan 2(4) ; 351 -354 (2007)

4. A Review on Carcinogenic Potential hazards of herbal medications. J. Nature Environ. & Poll. Tech. Vol. 6 (2), pp 343-350 (2007)

5. Micropropagation of Phyllanthus amarus (Sahum & Thom) through nodal shoot segment culture. International Journal of Plant Sciences. Vol. 2 (2) pp 79-84 (2007)

6. Molecular interaction studies in binary mixtures using dielectric absorption. J. Nature Environ. & Poll. Tech. Vol. 5 (2) pp 299-303 (2006)

7. Biodiversity of host species of mistletoes of Pondicherry, Coromandel Coast, South India. J. Nature Environ. & Poll. Tech. Vol. 5 (2) pp 309-313 (2006)

8. Behaviour of polar liquids in different solvents at microwave frequency. Journal of Current Science. Vol. 9 (1) pp. 376-380 (2006)

9. Dielectric relaxation mechanism of some polar molecules in Benzene at K – Band. Journal of Current Science. Vol. 9 (1) pp. 371-375 (2006)

10. Some important plants used in electro-homeopathic system of medicine. International Journal of Plant Sciences. Vol. 1 (2) pp 162-164 (2006)

11. Impact of brewery effluent on black gram (Vigna mungo). International Journal of Plant Sciences. Vol. 1 (2) pp 172-174 (2006)

12. Dielectric behaviour of some polar molecules in Benzene at microwave frequency: A remedy for pollution. J. Nature Environ. & Poll. Tech. Vol. 5 (3) (2006)

13. Mangroves can save us from Tsunami. Agrobios Vol. IV No. 5 pp. 57-59 (2005)

14. Some herbal remedies for common ailments of children. Indian Journal of traditional knowledge. (Communicated for publication)

15. Ethno-Medico-Biological studies of South India. Indian Journal of traditional knowledge. (Accepted for publication)

16.Ethnomedicinal studies of the woody species of Kalrayan & Shervarayan hills, Eastern Ghats, Tamilnadu, India. Indian Journal of traditional knowledge(Communicated for publication)

17. Agrobactirium rhizogenes induced hairy root development and its effect on production of glycyrrhizin in Abrus precatorius Lin. Journal of Tropical Medicinal Plants. (Communicated for Publication)

18. Agrobacterium rhizogenes induced hairy root development in Tephrosia perpurea Lin. Current Science (Communicated for Publication)