Department of Agriculture Publications

Dr. Rahul Kumar

Publications:

 

  1. Kumar, V.V.S.Jamwaland A. Sharma,Natural occurrence of secondary capitula phenotype in Calendula officinalis L.Journal of Plant Development Sciences. 7(12), 859-862, 2015.

 

  1. K. Sharma, A. Chaudhary, H. Sharma, P. Bhardwaj, V. Sharma, R. Kumar and P.S. Ahuja, Identification and cross-species amplification of microsatellite markers derived from expressed sequence data of rose species. J. Plant Biochem. Biotechnol, DOI 10.1007/s13562-014-0287-1, 2014.

 

  1. Kumar, H. Sharma, S.S. Singh, R.K. Sud, A. Gulati, P.S. Ahuja, R.K. Sharma, Molecular Markers Based Approach for Genetic Improvement of Tea (Camellia sinensis)”.New Biotechnology,31S, 2014·

 

  1. Bhardwaj, R.K. Sharma, R. Kumar, H. Sharma, and P.S. Ahuja,SSR marker based DNA fingerprinting and diversity assessment in superior tea germplasm cultivated in Western Himalaya. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy (PINSA),80, 157-162, 2014.

 

  1. Bhardwaj*, R. Kumar*, H. Sharma, R.K. Sharma and P.S. Ahuja, Genomic and genic microsatellite markers for efficient genotyping in tea and related Camellia species. (*Equal contribution) Plant Breeding,132, 748–763, 2013.

 

  1. K.Nadha, R. Kumar, R.K.Sharma, M. Anand and A.Sood, In Vitro propagation of Dendrocalamusasper and testing the clonal fidelity using RAPD and ISSR markers”. International Journal of Current Research,5(08), 2060-2067, 2013.

 

  1. Korekar, R.K. Sharma , R. Kumar, Meenu, N.C. Bisht, R.B. Srivastava, P.S. Ahuja, T.Stobdan, Identification and validation of sex-linked SCAR markers in dioeciousHippophaerhamnoides L. (Elaeagnaceae).BiotechnolLett,34, 973–978, 2012.
  2. K.Nadha, R. Kumar, R.K. sharma, M. Anand, A.Sood,Evaluation of clonal fidelity of in vitro raised plants of GuaduaangustifoliaKunth using DNA-based markers. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research,5(23), 5636-5641, 2011.

 

  1. Mishra, N. Taneja, R.K. Sharma, R. Kumar, N.C. Sharma, M. Sharma, Amplified fragment length polymorphism of clinical and environmental Vibrio cholerae from a freshwater environment in a cholera-endemic area, India. BMC Infectious Diseases, 11, 249, 2011.

 

  1. Sharma, R. Kumar, V. Sharma, V. Kumar, P. Bhardwaj, P.S. Ahuja and R.K. Sharma “Identification, amplification validation and cross transferability of 112 novel unigene derived microsatellite markers in tea (Camellia sinensis).American journal of Botany,DOI 98:e133-e138, 2011.

 

  1. M. Kamunya, R.K. Sharma, F.N. Wachira, R.S. Pathak, R. Korir, V. Sharma, R. Kumar, P. Bhardwaj, R. Chalo, W.K. Ronno, P.S. Ahuja, Genome mapping and testing for Quantitative trait loci in tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze).Tree Genetics and Genomes,6, 915-929, 2010.

 

  1. K. Sharma, M.S. Negi, S. Sharma, P. Bhardwaj, R. Kumar, E. Bhattachrya, S.B. Tripathi,D. Vijayan,A.R. Baruah,S.C. Das,B. Bera,R. Rajkumar,J. Thomas,R. K. Sud,N. Muraleedharan,M. Hazarika,M. Lakshmikumaran,S.N. Raina, and P.S. Ahuja, AFLP based genetic diversity assessment of commercially important tea germplasm in India. Biochemical Genetics,48, 549-564, 2010.

 

  1. Sharma, P. Bhardwaj, R. Kumar, R.k. Sharma, A. Sood andP.S. Ahuja, Identification and cross-species amplification of EST derived SSR markers in different bamboo species.Conserv. Genet.,10, 721-724, 2008.

 

 

Book Chapters:

1) R. Kumar, Kuldip, P.S. Ahuja and R.K. Sharma, Status and Opportunities of Molecular Breeding Approaches for Genetic Improvement of Tea. Molecular Breeding for Sustainable Crop Improvement. Springer Publishing International Switzerland (In press).

2) R.K. Sharma, P. Bhardwaj, R. Kumar, H Sharma and PS Ahuja, Tea applied Genomics: Utilizing Genetic Variability and Current Genomic Tools to Enhance Productivity. Science of Tea Technology (2013), Scientific Publication, India. Chapter 3; pp 63-87, ISBN: 978-81-7233-831-2.

 

Conference presentations, International/National:

 

  1. An ORAL PRESENTATION on “Towards Genome Mapping of Resistance Genes Against Blister Blight Caused by the Fungus Exobasidiumvexans in Tea [(Camellia sinensis) L. O. Kuntze]” in Emerging Trends in Host-Microbe Interaction(ETHMI) national conference, held at DAV University, Jalandhar during 17th and 18th April 2015. 

 

  1. R. Kumar, H. Sharma, S.S. Singh, R.K. Sud, A. Gulati, P.S. Ahuja, R.K. Sharma, Molecular Markers Based Approach for Genetic Improvement of Tea (Camellia sinensis). 16th European Congress on Biotechnology held at Edinburgh, Scotland during 13th- 16th July, 2014.

 

  1. Kumar, H. Sharma, S.S. Singh, R.K. Sud, A. Gulati, P.S. Ahuja, R.K. Sharma,Development and Utilization of Molecular Markers for Genome Mapping in Tea [Camellia sinensis, (L.)O. Kuntze]. VIPCA-I, held at Vienna, Austria during 8th Feb- 11th Feb, 2012.

 

  1. Bhardwaj, R. Kumar, H. Sharma, P.S. Ahuja, R.K. Sharma, Microsatellite Marker Development for efficient genotyping applications in tea. Plant and Animal Genome Conference XVIII,held at SanDiego, California, USA during 9th Jan- 13th Jan, 2010.

           

 

  1. P. Bhardwaj, R. Kumar, H. Sharma, V. Sharma, V. Kumar, R.K.Sud, R.K. Sharma and P.S. Ahuja, SSR based genetic diversity assessment of tea collected from abandoned gardens of western Himalaya. Plant Propagation, Conservation, Modification and Characterization, National Symposium, held at CSIR-IHBT, Palampur, HP, April, 2009.

 

  1. V. Sharma, P. Bhardwaj, R. Kumar, A. Chaudhary, V. Kumar, A. Sood, R.K. Sharma and P.S. Ahuja, Phylogenetic Analysis of bamboo species using EST-SSR Markers. Plant Propagation, Conservation, Modification and Characterization, National Symposium, held at CSIR-IHBT, Palampur, HP, April, 2009.

 

  1. R.K. Sharma, V. Sharma, P. Gupta, P. Bhardwaj, V. Kumar, R. Kumar, H. Sharma, A.Sood and P.S. Ahuja, Molecular marker applications in bamboo-genetic diversity, phylogenetic and taxonomic inferences. Plant Propagation, Conservation, Modification and Characterization, Plant Propagation, Conservation, Modification and Characterization, National Symposium, held at CSIR-IHBT, Palampur, HP, April, 2009.

  

Dr. Puja Rattan

Publications:

 

  1. Gorka, S. Kumar, R. K. Samnotra and P. Rattan,Variability and path coefficient studies in chilli (Capsicum annuum L.). Green Farming (accepted), 2016.
  2. Rattan, S. Kumar and R. K. Salgotra,In vitro plant regeneration studies using hypocotyl explant of brinjal (solanummelongena). The Bioscan. (accepted), 2015.
  3. Rattan, S. Kumar, R. K. Salgotra, R. K. Samnotra and F. Sharma, Development of interspecific F1 hybrids (Solanummelongena 3 Solanumkhasianum) in eggplant through embryo rescue technique. Plant Cell Tissue Organ Culture, DOI 10.1007/s11240-014-0591-4, 2014.
  4. Ranjit, S. Kumar, P. Rattan and R. Khajuria, Studies on transplanting dates and method of Seed production in knolkhol (Brassica oleracea var. gongyloides l.). The Ecoscan (special issue), 6: 187-191, 2014.
  5. Kumar, P. Rattan and J. P. Sharma,Genetic variation and character inter-relationship studies for identification of selection parameters in tomato (Solanumlycopersicum). Indian Journal of Agricultural Science, 83 (11): 1149–52, 2013.
  6. Rattan and Vidyasagar, Combining ability for quality traits in tomato (LycopersiconesculentumMill.). Haryana Journal of Horticultural Science. (accepted), 2012.
  7. Rattan and Vidyasagar, Combining ability effects for yield and its contributing traits involving bacterial wilt resistant genotypes of tomato in mid hill, sub humid zone of Himachal Pradesh. Haryana Journal of Horticultural Science. (accepted).
  8. P. Sharma, P. Rattan and S. Kumar, Identification of selection parameters for late segregating generations in okra. International Journal of Vegetable Science, 18:41–48, 2012.
  9. P. Sharma, P. Rattan and S. Kumar,Response of Vegetable Crops to Use Of Integrated Nutrient Management Practices. Journal of Food and Agricultural Sciences,Vol. 2(1), pp. 15-19, 2012.
  10. P. Sharma, A. K. Singh, P. Rattan, S. Kumar and S. Kumar, D2 Clustering of Exotic Germplasm of Tomato (SolanumlycopersicumL.) for Genetic Improvement.Mysore J. Agric, Sci., 45 (1): 48-52, 2011.
  11. Kumar, P. Rattan, J. P. Sharma and R. K. Gupta, D2 analysis for fruit yield and quality components in tomato (LycopersiconesculentumMill.).Indian Journal of Plant Genetic Resources, 23(3): 318 – 320, 2010.
  12. Kumar, P. Rattan, J. P. Sharma and R. K. Gupta, Genetic variation and interrelationship studies in chilli (Capsicum annuum L.).Journal of Research, SKUAST-J, 9(1): 132 – 136, 2010.
  13. Kumar, P. Rattan, B. Dhotra and J. P. Sharma, Effect of different doses of nitrogen and leaf cuttings on leaf and seed yield of coriander. Journal of Research, SKUAST-J, 9(2): 145 – 149, 2010.
  14. S. Sodhi, S. Kumar, P. Rattan and J. P. Sharma, Screening of tomato germplasm for resistance against leaf curl virus disease under field conditions. Environment & Ecology, 28 (1B): 502 – 503, 2010.
  15. Kumar, S. Kumar, P. Rattan and J. P. Sharma, Response of radish to the use of integrated nutrient management practices. Vegetable Science, 36 (3 Suppl.): 406 – 407, 2009.
  16. Kumar, J. P. Sharma, P. Rattan, S. Chopra and S. Kumar, Evaluation of exotic introductions of cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L.) for yield and quality traits. Environment & Ecology, 27 (1A): 433-435, 2009.
  17. Rattan and Vidyasagar, Combining ability among bacterial wilt resistant genotypes for certain biochemical parameters affecting fruit quality in tomato (Lycopersiconesculentum Mill.). Biological Forum – An International Journal, 1(2):15-19, 2009.
  18. Rattan and S. Chadha, Gene action studies for yield and its contributing characters in tomato (Lycopersiconesculentum Mill.). Biological Forum – An International Journal,1(2):8-10, 2009.
  19. Rattan, Vidyasagar and S. Kumar, Line x tester analysis for combining ability studies involving bacterial resistant genotypes across environments in tomato. Indian Journal of Horticulture,65 (2): 239 – 242, 2008.
  20. Rattan, Vidyasagar and S. Kumar, Line x tester analysis for combining ability studies involving bacterial wilt resistant genotypes of tomato (Lycopersiconesculentum Mill.).Haryana Journal of Horticultural Science, 36 (3 & 4): 158-16, 2007.
  21. Rattan, M.C. Thakur and S. Kumar, Genetic variability and correlation studies in broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. italicaPlenck.). Environment and Ecology, 24S (4): 983-985, 2006.
  22. Kumar, U. K. Kohli and P. Rattan, Vr, Wr graphical analysis for horticultural traits in cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L.). Indian Journal of Environment and Ecoplanning, 10(2): 369-371, 2005.
  23. Kumar, U. K. Kohli and P. Rattan, Correlation studies in late cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L.). Indian Journal of Horticulture,61(2): 143-145, 2004.
  24. Kumar, U. K. Kohli, N. P. Dohroo and P. Rattan, Genetics of stalk rot resistance in cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L.). Journal of Current Science, 3(1): 173-176, 2003.

Book chapters:

  1. Rattan and S. Kumar, Sex Expression in Cucurbits: Special Reference to Cucumber and Melon. In: Handbook of Cucurbits, Growth, Cultural Practices, and Physiology, ED: M. Pessarakli, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Publishing Group, Florida.pp. 201-210, 2016, ISBN:9781482234589.
  2. Kumar, P. Rattan, and R.K. Samnotra, Squashes and Gourds. In: Handbook of Cucurbits, Growth, Cultural Practices, and Physiology,ED: M. Pessarakli, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Publishing Group, Florida.pp. 513-531, 2016, ISBN:9781482234589.
  3. Kumar, J. P. Sharma and P. Rattan, Conventional breeding strategies for insect resistance in vegetable crops. In: Ecologically Based Integrated Pest Management,ED: D. P. Abrol and Uma Shankar, New India Publishing Agency, India. pp. 519-535, 2012, ISBN:9789380235950.
  4. Kumar and P. Rattan, Cabbage. In: Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops: Technological interventions, Vol. II,Crop specific aspect,ED:J. P. Sharma. Kalyani Publishers, India. Pp. 190 – 206, 2010, ISBN: 9788127267438.
  5. Kumar and P. Rattan, Organic Vegetable Production in Dry Land Farming Systems. In:Technological Innovations in Dry land Farming System, ED: B. C. Sharma, Anil Kumar, Vikas Sharma and A. S. Bali,International Book Distributing Corporation, Lukhnow.pp. 181 – 190, 2010, ISBN:8181895325.
  6. Rattan and S. Kumar, Chilli. In: Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops: Technological interventions, Vol. II, Crop specific aspect, ED: J. P. Sharma,Kalyani Publishers, India. pp. 303 – 318, 2009, ISBN: 9788127267438.
  7. Rattan, J. P. Sharma and S. Kumar, Radish. In: Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops: Technological interventions, Vol. II, Crop specific aspect. ED: J. P. Sharma,Kalyani Publishers, India. pp. 423 – 438, 2010, ISBN: 9788127267438.
  8. P. Sharma, P. Rattan and A. K. Singh, Pea. In: Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops: Technological interventions, Vol. II, Crop specific aspect. ED: J. P. Sharma,Kalyani Publishers, India. Pp. 439-453, 2010, ISBN: 9788127267438.

Edited Books/compendium

  1. P. Sharma, P. Rattan, S. Kumar and S. Kumar, Compendium on ICAR sponsored 21 days winter school on Technologies for Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops, held at Division of Vegetable Science and Floriculture, SKUAST-J, w. e. f. 8th December, 2008 to 28th December, 2008. 354p, 2008.

 

Conference Presentations, International/National:

  1. P. Sharma, S. Kumar, M. Kumar and P. Rattan, Performance of carrot germplasm for different horticultural traits. 3rd J & K Science Congress, 26th-28th Feb., University of Jammu, Jammu, p238, 2008.
  2. P. Sharma, P. Rattan, S. Kumar and S. Kumar, Integrated nutrient management in pea. 3rd J & K Science Congress, 26th-28th Feb.,University of Jammu, Jammu, p238, 2008.
  3. Kumar, R. S. Sodhi, J. P. Sharma and P. Rattan, Screening of tomato germplasm against leaf curl virus and early blight. Annual Meeting National Symposium on Advances in Microbial Diversity and Disease Management for Sustainable Crop Production,13 – 15th Oct., College of Forestry & Agriculture, GBPUAT, Hill Campus, Ranichauri, TehriGarhwal, Uttrakhand, p153, 2008.
  4. P. Sharma, P. Rattan, S. Kumar and S. Kumar, Quality seed production of methi and coriander under subtropical conditions of Jammu region. National Seminar on spices,22 -24 Oct., SKUAST-J., p72, 2009.
  5. Kumar, P. Rattan, B. Dhotra, J. P. Sharma and R. K. Gupta, Effect of different doses of nitrogen and leaf cuttings on leaf and seed yield of coriander. National Seminar on spices,22 -24 Oct., SKUAST-J., p 46, 2009.
  6. Kumar, P. Rattan, B. Dhotra, S. Fatima and R. K. Gupta,Allium species and their medicinal potential. Souvenir, National Seminar on spices,22 -24 Oct., SKUAST-J., p47, 2009.
  7. Kumar, P. Rattan and J.P. Sharma, Genetic variation and interrelationship studies in chilli. (Capsicum annuum L.) National Seminar on spices,22 -24 Oct., SKUAST-J., p31, 2009.
  8. Rattan,S. Kumar and J. P. Sharma, Evaluation of chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) genotypes for yield contributing traits.National Seminar on spices,22 -24 Oct., SKUAST-J., p33, 2009.
  9. Kumar, P. Rattan, J. P. Sharma and R. K. Gupta, Genetic divergence for yield components in tomato (Lycopersiconesculentum Mill.). 5th J & K Science Congress,8th- 10th Feb., University of Jammu, p234, 2010.
  10. Kumar, P. Rattan, J. P. Sharma and R. K. Gupta, Response of radish to the use of Integrated Nutrient Management Practices. 5th J & K Science Congress,8th- 10th Feb., University of Jammu, p236, 2010.
  11. P. Sharma, P. Rattan, S. Kumar and S. Kumar, Protocol development for quality seed production of cole crops under subtropical conditions of Jammu region. National Seed Congress – Quality Seeds for Prosperity,29th- 31st Jan., College of Agriculture, Pune, MPKV, Rahuri and National Seed Research and Training Centre, Varanasi, p314, 2010.

Technical bulletins

  1. P. Sharma and P. Rattan,Scientific cultivation and seed production of vegetable pea. Division of Vegetable Science & Floriculture, SKUAST-J, Technical bulletin No. 11. 17p., 2008.
  2. P. Sharma and P. Rattan,Basics of greenhouse technology. Division of Vegetable Science & Floriculture, SKUAST-J, Technical bulletin No. 12. 19p., 2008.
  3. P. Sharma and P.Rattan,Knolkhol seed production. Division of Vegetable Science & Floriculture, SKUAST-J, Technical bulletin No. 14. 11p., 2008.
  4. P. Sharma P. Rattan and S. Kumar,Agro techniques Of Cucumber Seed Production. Division of Vegetable Science & Floriculture, SKUAST-J, Technical bulletin No. 16. 4p., 2009.
  5. P. Sharma, P. Rattan, S. Chopra, S. Kumar, S. Kumar and B. Dhotra,Production technology of high yielding varieties of Jammu. Division of Vegetable Science & Floriculture, SKUAST-J, Technical bulletin No. 19. 13p, 2009.
  6. P. Sharma and P. Rattan, KaramkiKheti. Directorate of Research, SKUAST-J. Technical bulletin No. 1. 5p, 2009.
  7. P. Sharma and P. Rattan,Broccoli cultivation and seed production with special reference to subtropical conditions of Jammu. Directorate of Research, SKUAST-J, Chatha. Tech Bull. No.2 9p, 2010.

Chapters in compendium       

  1. Rattan and S. Kumar, Role of Micronutrients in Seed Production, In: ICAR sponsored 21 days winter school on Technologies for Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops, 8th- 28th Dec., Division of Vegetable Science and Floriculture, SKUAST-J., pp. 33-38, 2008.
  2. Rattan and S. Kumar, Organic Seed Production of Tomato, In: ICAR sponsored 21 days winter school on Technologies for Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops, 8th- 28th Dec., Division of Vegetable Science and Floriculture, SKUAST-J., pp. 271-278, 2008.
  3. Kumarand P. Rattan, Quality Seed Production in Cabbage. In: ICAR sponsored 21 days winter school on Technologies for Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops, 8th- 28th Dec., Division of Vegetable Science and Floriculture, SKUAST-J., pp. 249-256, 2008.
  4. P. Sharma, S. Kumar, S. Kumar and P. Rattan, Different Facets of Indian Vegetable Seed Industry, In: ICAR sponsored 21 days winter school on Technologies for Quality Seed Production of Vegetable Crops, 8th- 28th Dec., Division of Vegetable Science and Floriculture, SKUAST-J., pp. 23 -32, 2008.
  5. P. Sharma and P. Rattan, Integrated Nutrient Management for sustainability and Resource Conservation. In: ICAR sponsored 21 days winter school on Conservation Farming through Efficient Use of Resources to Sustain Livelihood of Dry Land Farmers of North West Himalayas,16th Jan. - 05th Feb., Division of Agronomy, SKUAST-J., pp. 115-123, 2009.
  6. Kumar, J. P. Sharma and P. Rattan, Breeding for insect resistance. In: ICAR sponsored 21 days summer school on ecologically best IPM under Ecofragile hill agro ecosystem, 14th July- 03th Aug., Division of Entomology, SKUAST-J,2009.
  7. Kumar, P. Rattan, R. K. Gupta and J. P. Sharma, Efficient Resource Management for Sustainable Vegetable Farming under Temperate Hill Conditions. In: ICAR sponsored 21 days summer school on integrated farming for high hills, 5th - 25th Feb., Division of Agronomy, SKUAST-J, 2010.

 

 

Dr. AnjuPathania

Publications:

 

  1. Lata, S.K. Guleria, U.Chandel, G. Katna, A. Singh, P.Sood, A.Pathania, K. Thakur, Stability analysis and adaptability of maize hybrids (Zea mays L.) across environments in Himachal Pradesh. Crop Research, 46 (1, 2 & 3), 55-62, 2013.

 

R.Kalia, G. Katna, B.C. Sood, A.Pathania, Phenotypic stability for yield and its related traits in kabuli chickpea. Crop Improvement, 39(2), 196-199, 2012.

 

  1. Singh, Z. Khan, K. Kumar, M. Dutta, A. Pathania, O.P. Dahiya, J. Kumar, Sources of resistance to Fusarium wilt and root-knot nematode in indigenous chickpea germplasm. Plant Genetic Resources:Charecterization and Utilization, 10(3), 258-260, 2012.

 

P.N. Sharma, Kajal, J.C. Rana, R. Nag, S.K. Sharma, A.Pathania, Identification of Resistance sources in common bean to some races of Colletotrichumlindimuthanum prevalent in India. Indian Phytopathology, 65(1): 99-101, 2012.

 

A.Pathania, B.C. Sood, S. Bhateria, Genetic architecture of radiation induced variability for quantitative traits in chickpea (Cicerarietinum L.). Legume Research, 34(3), 155-165, 2011.

 

N.D. Negi, S.K. Sharma, A.Pathania, Studies on the effect of various dormancy breaking treatments on pistachio (Pistaciavera L.) seed germination and seedling growth. Himachal Journal of Agricultural Research, 37(2), 181-186, 2011.

 

  1. A.Paddar, P. N. Sharma, R.Kapil, A.Pathania, O.P. Sharma, Evaluation of bioagents and biopesticides against Colletotrichumlindemuthianum and its integrated management in common bean. NotulaeScientiaBiologicae, 2 (3), 72-76, 2010.

 

P.N. Sharma, A.Pathania, R. Kapil, P. Sharma, O.P. Sharma, M.Patial, V. Kapoor, Resistance to bean common mosaic potyvirus strains and its inheritance in some Indian land races of Common bean. Euphytica 164, 173-180, 2008.

 

A.Pathania, B. C. Sood, Comparative effectiveness and efficiency of physical and chemical mutagens in chickpea (Cicerarietinum L.). Legume Research, 30 (3), 186-191, 2007.

 

P.N. Sharma, B.A. Padder, O.P. Sharma, A. Pathania, P. Sharma, Pathological and molecular diversity in Colletotrichumlindemuthianum (bean anthracnose) across Himachal Pradesh, a north- western Himalayan state of India. Australasian Plant Pathology, 36 (2), 191-197, 2007.

 

A.Pathania, B. C. Sood, Spectrum and frequency of mutations induced by gamma-rays and EMS in chickpea (Cicerarietinum L.). Research on Crops, 7(2), 453-457, 2006.

 

  1. K. Sood, O.P. Sood, A.Pathania, K.Chandel, Exploiting Genotypic Variability in Relation to Genetic Divergence Among Advanced Lines of Soybean [Glycine max (L) Merrill]. Indian Journal of Plant Genetic Resources, 19, 1,­­ 2006.

 

  1. Bhateria, A.Pathania, N. Bhardwaj, D.Badiala, Genotype environment interactions for seed and fiber yield in dual purpose flax, Linumusitatissimum L. cultivars. Journal of Oilseed Research 23 (2), 308-310, 2006.

 

A.Pathania, P.N. Sharma, O.P. Sharma, R.K. Chahota, B. Ahmad, P. Sharma, Evaluation of resistance sources and inheritance of resistance in common bean to Indian virulences of Colletotrichumlindemuthianum. Euphytica, 149, 97-103, 2005.

 

  1. Bhateria, S.P. Sood, A.Pathania, Genetic analysis for quantitative traits across environments in linseed. Euphytica, 150, 185-194, 2005.

 

P.N. Sharma, M. Kaur, O.P. Sharma, P. Sharma, A. Pathania, Morphological, pathological and molecular variability in Colletotrichumcapcisi, the cause of fruit rot of chillies in sub- tropical region of North West India. Journal of Phytopatholgy, 153, 232-237, 2005.

 

  1. Bhateria, A.Pathania, Combining ability analysis and identification of putative fibre donors in flax through Line x Tester mating design. Himachal Journal of Agriculture Research, 30(2), 35-40, 2004.

 

  1. Bhateria, A.Pathania, J.K. Sharma, D. Badiyala, J.C. Bhandari, Combining ability for seed yield and its components in linseed (Linumusitatissimum L.). Journal of Oilseeds Research, 18(1), 44-47, 2001.

 

S.Sood, N.R Kalia, S. Bhateria, A.Pathania, S. Kumar, Inheritance of flower colour and seed colour in flax (Linumusitatissimum L.). Indian Journal of Crop Science, 2(2), 433-434, 2007.

 

P.N. Sharma, P. Sharma, R. Kapil, O.P. Sharma, B.A. Padder, A. Pathania, Bean common mosaic virus strain NL1 polyprotein gene, partial cds. EF036693 973 bpcRNA linear VRL 24-Oct-2006. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/ viewer.fcgi?db=nucleotide

 

Book chapter:

A.pathania, S.K. Sharma, P.N. Sharma, Common Bean. In:Broadening Genetic Base of Grain Legumes, Eds: M.Singh, I.S.Bisht,   M. Dutta, Springer India, pp. 11-50, 2014.

 

Conference Presentations, International/National:

  1. Lata, N. Bhardwaj, A.Pathania, J. K. Sharma, Relative performance of local maize (Zea mays L.) under low and high input conditions in North western Himalayas. National Seminar on Organic Agriculture- Challenges & Prospects, at CSK HPKV, Palampur on 28th- 29th May, 2014.

 

  1. Pathania, S.K. Sharma, J.C. Rana, S. Kumar, Diversity in agro-morphological traits of amaranth in the north - western Himalaya. International Conference on, “Crop Productivity and Sustainability- Shaping the future”, in Department of Agriculture, at Baba Farid College, Bathinda on 20th-21st March, 2014.

 

S.K. Sharma, S. Gulzar, A. Pathania, Problems and prospects of Saffron cultivation in temperate areas of Himachal Pradesh. 4th International Saffron Symposium on “Advances in Saffron Biology, Technology and Trade”, at SKAUST, Kashmir, Oct., 22-25, 2012.

 

S.K Sharma, A. Pathania, Identification of resistance sources against bean anthracnose and angular leaf spot. National Symposium on “Emerging Issues in Plant Health Management” and Annual meeting of IPS(NZ), Sept., 28-29, 2012

 

A.Pathania, B.A. Padder, O.P. Sharma,P.N. Sharma,Comparative account of some defense related biochemicals in resistant and susceptible bean varieties during infection of Colletotrichumlindemuthianum and their correlation with pathogenicity. National Symposium on, “Strategic Issues in Plant Pathological Research”, at CSK HPKV, Palampur on 24th and 25th Nov., 2011

 

  1. K. Sharma, A.Pathania, P.N. Sharma, Studies on epidemiology of angular leaf spot disease of common bean in wet temperate conditions of Himachal Pradesh. National Symposium on, “Strategic Issues in Plant Pathological Research”, at CSK HPKV, Palampur on 24th and 25th Nov., 2011

 

S.K. Sharma, A. Pathania,Status of organic farming in dry temperate region of Himachal Pradesh.  National Symposium cum brain storming workshop on “Organic Agriculture” at CSK HPKV, Palampur during April 19th-20th, 2011.

 

P.N. Sharma, O.P. Sharma, P. Sharma, A. Pathania,  RAPD analysis of diverse isolates of Colletotrichumlindemuthianum infecting kidney bean in Himachal Pradesh. Symposium on,“Challenging Problems in Horticultural and Forest Pathology” held at UHF, Solan during 14th -15th  November, 2003 (Best Poster Award).

 

V.K. Sood, O.P. Sood, A. Pathania, K. Chandel, Exploiting genotypic variability in relation to genetic divergence among soybean [(Glycine max (L.) Merrill] lines under mid- hill conditions of Himachal Pradesh. International Conference on,“Challenges and options for sustainable development of the Himalayas- Beyond 2002” at CSK HPKV, Palampur during 1st-4thOct., 2002.

 

 

Dr. Ashutosh Sharma

 

Publications:

  1. Kaur, A. Sharma, K. Guruprasad, P.K. Pati, Versatile roles of plant NADPH oxidases and emerging concepts. Biotechnology Advances, 32(3), 551-563, 2014.
  2. Sharma, V. Singh, G. Singh, P.K. Pati, First Report of leaf Spot Disease in Withaniacoagulans Caused by Alternariaalternata in India. Plant disease, 97(3), 420, 2012.
  3. Sharma, A. Thakur, S. Kaur, P.K. Pati, Effect of Alternariaalternata on the coccinellid pest Henosepilachnavigintioctopunctata, and its implications for biological pest management. Journal of Pest Science, 85, 513–518, 2012.
  4. Sharma, S.K. Vats, P.K. Pati, Post-inflectional dynamics of leaf spot disease in Withaniasomnifera (L.) Dunal. Annals of Applied Biology, 165(3), 429-440, 2014.
  5. Sharma, P.K. Pati, First record of the carmine spider mite, Tetranychusurticae, infesting Indian genseng, Withaniasomnifera, in India. Journal of Insect science, 12(1), 50, 2012.
  6. Sharma, I. Sharma, P.K. Pati, Post-infectional changes associated with the progression of leaf spot disease in Withaniasomnifera (L.) Dunal. Journal of Plant Pathology, 93 (2), 397-405, 2011.

P.K. Pati, M. Sharma, R.K. Salar, A. Sharma, A.P. Gupta, B. Singh, Studies on leaf spot disease of Withaniasomnifera and its impact on secondary metabolites. Indian Journal of Microbiology, 48, 432-437, 2008.

  1. Sharma, P.K. Pati, Record of Ashwagandha as a new host to the invasive Mealybug (Phenacoccussolenopsis Tinsley) in India. Entomological News, 123(1), 59-62, 2013.
  2. Sharma, Pati PK, First Record of 28-Spotted Ladybird Beetle, Henosepilachnavigintioctopunctata (F.) Infesting Withaniasomnifera (L.) Dunal in Punjab Province of Northern India. Pest Technology, 5(1), 91-92, 2011.
  3. Sharma, Pati PK, First report of Withaniasomnifera (L.) Dunal, as a New Host of Cowbug (Oxyrachistarandus, Fab.) In Plains of Punjab, Northern India. World Applied Sciences Journal, 14(9), 1344-1346, 2011.
  4. Kumar, V.V.S. Jamwal, A. Sharma, Natural occurrence of secondary capitula phenotype in Calendula officinalis L. Journal of Plant Development Sciences, 7(12), 859-862, 2015.

V.V.S. Jamwal, V. Kumar, A. Sharma, Prasad C.S, Relative trapping efficiency of different colours in lure charged traps for two species of mango fruit flies in Saharanpur region. Journal of Insect Science PAU Ludhiana, 28(2), 199-201, 2015.

  1. Sharma, A. Sharma, Use of AlternariaSpp as a Pest Control Agent: A Review. World Applied Sciences Journal, 31(11), 1869-1872, 2014.

 

Book chapter:

  1. Sharma, P.K. Nagar, P.K. Pati, ROS modulated responses during pathogen infestation in plants. In: Advances in Plant Physiology- An Int. Treatise Series, Vol 14, Ed: Hemantaranjan, A. Scientific Pub., India, pp. 331-347, 2003.

 

Conference Presentations, International/National:

  1. Sharma, P.K. Pati, Leaf spot disease induced changes in antioxidant enzymes and pharmaceutically important constituents in Withaniasomnifera (L.) Dunal. 5th International conference Plant pathology in the Globalized Era, 10-13 Nov., by Indian Phytopathological Society, IARI, New Delhi, 121(S-02): p87, 2009.

A Sharma, P.K. Pati, Pests and pathogens infesting Ashwagandha. National Conference on Emerging Trends in Medical Biotechnology and Nanotechnology (ETMBN-2011), 3-4 Dec., by Arni University p50, 2011.

A Sharma, P.K. Pati, Pests infesting Withaniasomnifera (L.) Dunal-a high value medicinal plant. International conference on Entomology, 17-19 Feb., by Department of Zoology and Environmental Sciences, Punjabi University, Patiala p65 (AE-04), 2012.

  1. Sharma, G. Singh, P.K. Pati, Development of a PCR based detection system for leaf spot disease of Withaniasomnifera and study of Polymorphism In the Internal Transcribed spacers (ITS) region of rRNA genes of different species of Alternaria. National Seminar on Environment and sustainable development by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. p33 (PP-10), 2009.
  2. Sharma, I. Sharma, P.K. Pati, Behaviour of Antioxidant enzymes and other associated biochemical changes during progession of leaf spot disease in Withaniasomnifera. National Seminar on Environment and sustainable development by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. p33-34 (PP-11), 2009.
  3. Singh, A. Sharma, P.K. Pati, Micropropagation of Withaniasomnifera using liquid culture system and its implications. National Symposium on Plant Propagation, Consevation, Modification and Characterization and 30th annual meeting of Plant tissue culture association (India) by Institute of Himalayan Bioresource technology (CSIR), Palampur. P42(69), 2009.
  4. Sharma, P.K. Pati, PCR based detection of Alternaria Sp. infecting Withaniasomnifera (L.) Dunal a high value medicinal Plant. 14th Punjab Science Congress by SantLongowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal, Sangrur, Punjab. p225-226, 2011.

 

Training Programs/workshops attended:

  1. Participated in The DBT sponsored 13 days workshop on “Recombinant DNA Technology” at The Department of Biotechnology, Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar.
  2. Worked as a teaching assistant in 11 days “Hands-on Workshop on Basic Neurochemical Techniques for young Neuroscientists” at Department of Biotechnology, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.
  3. Participated in UGC sponsored 7 days workshop on “Analysis of biological data” held at Department of Botanical and Environmental Sciences, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.
  4. Participated in DBT sponsored 3 days workshop on “Biological sequence analysis and applications in agriculture and veterinary” held at Bioinformatics center, Department of Molecular biology and genetic engineering, G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, Uttarakhand.
  5. Participated in 2 day workshop on “Bioinformatics applications in Genomics & Proteomics” held at Distributed Informatics Sub-Center (DISC), Department of Biotechnology, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.
  6. Participated in the workshop on “Eco-safe disposal of organic waste through Vermicomposting & composting” held in Department of Zoology, GNDU, and Amritsar under the auspices of Ministry of Environment and forests, Govt. of India and got 3rd Prize in Paper presentation contest.
  7. Participated in one day workshop cum orientation program on “Confocal Microscopy”, held at Department of Biotechnology, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

 

NCBI GenBank nucleotide sequence contributions:

  1. GenBank accession No. JN618076, Alternariaalternata strain As2, 18S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence; internal transcribed spacer 1, 5.8S ribosomal RNA gene, and internal transcribed spacer 2, complete sequence; and 28S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence
  2. GenBank accession No. JF446568, Alternariaalternata strain As1, 18S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence; internal transcribed spacer 1, 5.8S ribosomal RNA gene, and internal transcribed spacer 2, complete sequence; and 28S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence

Contributions to MTCC type culture collection (http://mtcc.imtech.res.in):

  1. Accession no. MTCC-10939 (Alternaria Isolated from Withaniacoagulans leaf)
  2. Accession no. MTCC-9617 (Alternariaalternata isolated from Withaniasomnifera leaf)
  3. Accession no. MTCC-9595 (Bipolarisaustraliensis isolated from Withaniasomnifera leaf)

 

Dr. Indu Sharma

 

Publications:

  1. Sharma, P.K. Pati, R. Bhardwaj, Regulation of growth and antioxidant enzyme activities by 28-homobrassinolide in seedlings of Raphanussativus L. under cadmium stress. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 47: 172-177, 2010.
  2. Randhawa, I. Sharma, R. Bhardwaj, Effect of 24-epibrassinolide and 28-homobrassinolide on some biochemical parameters in Raphanussativus L. plants under chromium Stress. Seed Science and Biotechnology, 4: 28-32, 2010.
  3. Sharma, P.K. Pati, R. Bhardwaj, Effect of 28- homobrassinolide on antioxidant defence system in Raphanussativus L. under metal stress. Ecotoxicology, 13: 862-874, 2011.
  4. Sharma, P.K. Pati, R. Bhardwaj, Effect of 24-epibrassinolide on oxidative stress markers induced by nickel metal in Raphanussativus L. ActaPhysiologaePlantarum, 33: 1723-1735, 2011.
  5. Sharma, G.S. Hundal, I. Sharma, R. Bhardwaj, Effect of 24-epibrassinolide on protein content and activities of glutathione-S-transferase and polyphenol oxidase in Raphanussativus L. plants under cadmium and mercury metal stress. Terrestrial and Aquatic Environmental Toxicology. 6(1): 1-7, 2012.
  6. Sharma, G.S. Hundal, I. Sharma, R. Bhardwaj, 28-Homobrassinolide alters protein content and activities of glutathione-S-transferase and polyphenol oxidase in Raphanussativus L. plants under Heavy metal stress. Toxicology International. 21(1): 44-50, 2014.
  7. Sharma, A. Sharma, Use of AlternariaSpp as a Pest Control Agent: A Review, World Applied Science Journal, 2014.

 

Book chapters:

  1. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, N. Arora, P. Uppal, M.K. Kanwar, N. Sharma, G.S. Hundal, Regulation of oxidative stress by BRs in plants. In: Oxidative stress: Role of antioxidants in plants,Ed: Ahmad, P. Studium Press Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, pp. 215-231, 2009.
  2. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, N. Arora, P. Uppal, M.K. Kanwar, Prospects of brassinosteroids in medicinal applications. In:Brassinosteroids: A Class of Plant Hormone, Ed: Hayat, S. Springer, Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg London, NY, pp. 439-458, 2011, ISBN: 9400-701888.
  3. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, S.P. Choudhary, P. Uppal, M. Kanwar, N. Handa, G. Singh, V. Gautam, D. Kapoor, Cross-talk of Brassinosteroids with other PGR's in the plants. In: Biotechnology: A New Approach, Ed: Trivedi, P.C. Agrobios, Jodhpur, India, pp. 189-212, 2011, ISBN: 10: 8177544438, ISBN: 13: 9788177544435.
  4. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, M. Kanwar, N. Handa, D. Kapoor, Brassinosteroids and human welfare. In: Practical applications of Brassinosteroids Agriculture and human health, Ed: Pereira-Netto, A.B. Bentham Sci. Publishers, UAE, pp. 3-15, 2012, eISBN: 978-1-60805-298-1, ISBN: 978-1-60805-654-5.
  5. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, M. Kanwar, N. Handa, R. Sharma, D. Kapoor, H. Kaur, P. Kumari, LEA Proteins in Salt Stress Tolerance. In: Salt Stress in Plants:Signalling, Omics and Adaptations, Ed: Ahmad, P., Azooz, M.M., Prasad, M.N.V. Springer, Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg London, NY, pp. 79-112, 2013, ISBN: 9781461461074.
  6. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, M. Kanwar, N. Handa, R. Sharma, D. Kapoor, H. Kaur, P. Kumari, Aquaporins: Role under Salt Stress in Plants. In: Ecophysiology and Responses of Plants under Salt Stress, Ed: Ahmad, P., Azooz, M.M., Prasad, M.N.V. Springer, Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg London, NY, pp. 213-248, 2013, ISBN: 978-1-4614-4747-4.
  7. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, R. Sharma, Poonam, Betaines and Related Osmoprotectants- Significance in metabolic engineering of Plant Stress Resistance. In: Plant Adaptation to Environmental Change: Significance of Amino Acids and their Derivatives, Ed: Anjum, N.A., Gill, S.S., Gill, R. CABI, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 281-299, 2014, ISBN: 9781780642734.
  8. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, D. Kapoor, Poonam, V. Gautam, R. Kaur, S. Verma, A. Sharma, Brassinosteroids: Improving crop productivity and abiotic stress tolerance. In: Physiological Mechanisms and Adaptation Strategies in Plants under Changing Environment, Ed: Hakeem, K.u.R., Ahmad, P., Ozturk, M. Springer, Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg London, NY, pp. 161-187, 2014, ISBN:978-1-4614-7027-4.
  9. Bhardwaj, I. Sharma, N. Handa, D. Kapoor, H. Kaur, V. Gautam, S. Kohli, Role of Polyamines in Stress Management. . In: Plant Adaptation to Environmental Change: Significance of Amino Acids and their Derivatives, Ed: Anjum, N.A., Gill, S.S., Gill, R. CABI, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 245-265, 2014, ISBN: 9781780642734.

  

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