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Department of Microbiology Research Publications

Dr. Talwinder Kaur

  1. Kaur, T., Rani, R., & Manhas, R. K. (2019). Biocontrol and plant growth promoting potential of phylogenetically new Streptomyces sp. MR14 of rhizospheric origin. AMB Express9(1), 1-14. (IF: 4.126) NAAS Rating 2022: 9.30
  2. Kaur, T.,Jasrotia, S., Ohri, P., & Manhas, R. K. (2016). Evaluation of in vitro and in vivo nematicidal potential of a multifunctional streptomycete, Streptomyces hydrogenans strain DH16 against Meloidogyne incognita. Microbiological research192, 247-252. (IF: 5.07) NAAS Rating 2022: 11.42
  1. Kaur, T.,Vasudev, A., Sohal, S. K., & Manhas, R. K. (2014). Insecticidal and growth inhibitory potential of Streptomyces hydrogenans DH16 on major pest of India, Spodopteralitura (Fab.)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). BMC microbiology14(1), 1-9. (IF: 4.465) NAAS Rating 2022: 9.61
  2. Kaur, T., Kaur, A., Sharma, V., & Manhas, R. K. (2016). Purification and Characterization of a New Antifungal Compound 10-(2, 2-dimethyl-cyclohexyl)-6, 9-dihydroxy-4, 9-dimethyl-dec-2-enoic Acid Methyl Ester from Streptomyces hydrogenans Strain DH16. Frontiers in microbiology7, 1004. (IF: 6.064) NAAS Rating 2022: 11.64
  3. Kaur, T., & Manhas, R. K. (2014). Antifungal, insecticidal, and plant growth promoting potential of Streptomyces hydrogenansJournal of basic microbiology54(11), 1175-1185. (IF: 2.650) NAAS Rating 2022: 8.28
  4. Manhas, R. K., & Kaur, T. (2016). Biocontrol potential of Streptomyces hydrogenans strain DH16 toward Alternariabrassicicola to control damping off and black leaf spot of Raphanussativus. Frontiers in plant science7, 1869. (IF: 6.627) NAAS Rating 2022: 11.75
  5. Kaur, T., Sharma, D., Kaur, A., & Manhas, R. K. (2013). Antagonistic and plant growth promoting activities of endophytic and soil actinomycetes. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection46(14), 1756-1768.
  6. Kaur, T., & Manhas, R. K. (2022). Evaluation of ACC deaminase and indole acetic acid production by Streptomyces hydrogenans DH16 and its effect on plant growth promotion. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology42, 102321. (IF: 4.126) NAAS Rating 2022: 6.636
  7. Vasudev, A., Kaur, T., Manhas, R. K., & Sohal, S. K. (2015). Insecticidal and antifungal potentials of a proteinaceous extract of Cassia occidentalis (Linn.) seeds. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection48(9-12), 720-739.
  8. Kumar, H., Bhardwaj, K., Kaur, T., Nepovimova, E., Kuča, K., Kumar, V., & Kumar, D. (2020). Detection of Bacterial Pathogens and Antibiotic Residues in Chicken Meat: A Review. Foods9(10), 1504. (IF: 4.126) NAAS Rating 2022: 10.35
  9. Kaur, J., Manhas, R.K., Rani, R., Kaur, T., Kumar, R., &Arora, S. (2018). Evaluation of antimutagenic, antimicrobial and plant growth promotion activities of Streptomyces Indian Research Journal of Pharmacy and Science,5(3), 1559-1588.
  10. Sharma, D., Kaur, T., Chadha, B. S., & Manhas, R. K. (2011). Antimicrobial activity of actinomycetes against multidrug resistant Staphylococcus aureus, coli and various other pathogens. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research10(6), 801-808. (IF: 0.5) NAAS Rating 2022: 6.5
  11. Kaur, T., Khanna, K., & Manhas, R.K. (2022). Mechanistic insights into the role of actinobacteria as potential biocontrol candidates against fungal phytopathogens: A Review. Environmental Science and Pollution Control (Communicated) (IF: 5.190) NAAS Rating 2022: 10.22
  12. Sharma, S., Kaur, T., Sharma, A., Singh, B. (eds.) (2023) Biological Control: A Sustainable Solution For Plant Protection, Nova Science Publishers, USA (Under Process)
  13. Khanna, K., Sharma,, Kaur, T., Kaur, J., Bhardwaj, T., Singh, A.D., Sharma, N., Kour, S., Devi, K., Ohri, P. and Bhardwaj, R. (2022) Co-inoculation effect of mycorrhizae fungi and PGPR for stress tolerance. In: I. Sharma, A. Sharma, R. Bhardwaz, G. Sirhindi (eds.) PGPR (Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria) for Plant Stress Management. Nova Science Publishers (Communicated)

 

Dr. Kanika Khanna

  1. Khanna, K., Kohli, S.K., Kaur, R., Handa, N., Bakshi, P., Sharma, P., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R. (2022) Reconnoitering the efficacy of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria in Expediting Phytoremediation Potential of Heavy Metals. (Accepted) Journal of Plant Growth Regulation (I.F- 4.64, NAAS-10.17)
  2. Kohli, S.K., Sharma, A., Bhardwaj, R. (2022) Editorial: Portraying the Phytomicrobiome Studies during Abiotic Stresses: Revisiting the past and exploring the future outcomes. Frontiers in Microbiology (Accepted) (I.F- 6.064, NAAS-11.64)
  3. Khanna, K., Kohli, S.K., Sharma, N., Kour, J., Devi, K., Bhardwaj, T., Dhiman, S., Singh, A.D., Sharma, N., Sharma, A., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Ahmad, P., Alam, P., Albalawi, T.H. (2022) Phytomicrobiome Communications: Novel Implications for Stress resistance in Plants. Frontiers in Microbiology (Accepted) (I.F- 6.064, NAAS-11.64)
  4. Khanna, K., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R. (2022) Decoding Sugar Regulation and Homeostasis in Plants: Cracking Functional Roles under Stresses. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 1-21 (I.F- 4.64, NAAS-10.17)
  5. Khanna, K., Kumar, P., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R. (2022) Harnessing the role of Selenium in soil-plant-microbe ecosystem: Ecophysiological Mechanisms and Future Prospects. Plant Growth Regulation 1-21DOI: 1007/s10725-022-00830-z (I.F-3.242, NAAS-9.41)
  6. Kohli, S. K., Kaur, H., Khanna, K., Handa, N., Bhardwaj, R., Rinklebe, J., & Ahmad, P. (2022). Boron in plants: uptake, deficiency and biological potential. Plant Growth Regulation, 1-16. (I.F-3.242, NAAS-9.41)
  7. Kaur, S.K, Khanna, K., Corpas, F. J., Ahmad, P. (2022) Nitric oxide, Salicylic acid and Oxidative Stress: Is it a Perfect Equilateral Triangle? Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 184, 56-64 (I.F- 5.437, NAAS-10.27)
  8. Khanna, K., Kohli, S.K., Kumar, P., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj., Alam, P., Ahmad, P. (2022) Arsenic as Hazardous Pollutant: Perspectives on Engineering Remediation Tools. Science of the Total Environment 838, 155870. DOI: 1016/j.scitotenv.2022.155870 (I.F-10.753, NAAS-13.96)
  9. Khanna, K., Kohli, S.K., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj (2022) Agroecotoxicological Aspect of Cd in Soil-Plant System: Uptake, Translocation and Amelioration Strategies. Environmental Science Pollution Research, 1-27 (I.F- 5.19, NAAS-10.22)
  10. Handa, N., Gupta, P., Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Bhardwaj, R., Alam, P., & Ahmad, P. (2022). Aquaporin‐Mediated Transport: Insights into Metalloid Trafficking. Physiologia Plantarum, (I.F-5.081, NAAS-10.50)
  11. Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Kumar, V., Kour, J., Singh, A. D., Bhardwaj, T., Ohri, P., Sharma, A., Skalicky, M., Brestic, M. & Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Multiple Facets of Plant-Microbiome Associations in Unlocking the Communication Paradigm through Extracellular Vesicles. Current Protein and Peptide Science,22(12), 848-872. (I.F- 3.118, NAAS-9.27)
  12. Sharma, A., Ramakrishnan, M., Khanna, K., Landi, M., Prasad, R., Bhardwaj, R., & Zheng, B. (2021). Brassinosteroids and Metalloids: Regulation of Plant Biology. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 127518. (I.F- 14.224, NAAS-16.59)
  13. Khanna, K., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Ahmad, P. (2021). Unsnarling Plausible Role of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria for Mitigating Cd-toxicity from Plants: An Environmental Safety Aspect. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 1-29 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00344-021-10445-9 (I.F- 4.64, NAAS-10.17)
  14. Khanna, K., Sharma, N., Kour, S., Ali, M., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Hydrogen Sulfide: A Robust Combatant against Abiotic Stresses. Hydrogen, 2(3), 319-342.ISSN: 2673-4141
  15. Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Handa, N., Kaur, H., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Yousaf, B., Rinklebe, J., Ahmad, P. (2021). Enthralling the Impact of Engineered Nanoparticles on Soil Microbiome: A Concentric Approach Towards Environmental Risks and Cogitation. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 222, 112459 (I.F-7.129, NAAS-12.29).
  16. Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Ohri, P., & Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Plants-Nematodes-Microbes Crosstalk within Soil: A trade-off among friends or foes. Microbiological Research, 248, 126755. (I.F- 5.07, NAAS-11.42)
  17. Khanna, K., Ohri, P., & Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Genetic Toolbox and Regulatory Circuits of Plant-Nematode Associations. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 165, 137-146 (I.F- 5.437, NAAS-10.27)
  18. Kour, J., Kohli, S. K., Khanna, K., Bakshi, P., Sharma, P., Singh, A. D., Ibrahim, M., Devi, K., Sharma, N., Ohri, P. & Sharma, A. (2021). Brassinosteroid Signaling, Crosstalk and, Physiological Functions in Plants Under Heavy Metal Stress. Frontiers in Plant Science, 12, 608061 (I.F-6.627, NAAS-11.75)
  19. Kaur, H., Kohli, S. K., Khanna, K., & Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Scrutinizing the impact of water deficit in plants: Transcriptional regulation, signaling, photosynthetic efficacy, and management. Physiologia Plantarum, 172, 935–962. (I.F-5.081, NAAS-10.50)
  20. Pirasteh-Anosheh, H., Ranjbar, G., Hasanuzzaman, M., Khanna, K., Bhardwaj, R., & Ahmad, P. (2021). Salicylic Acid-Mediated Regulation of Morpho-Physiological and Yield Attributes of Wheat and Barley Plants in Deferring Salinity Stress. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 1-13. (I.F- 4.64, NAAS-10.17)
  21. Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Bhardwaj, A., Bhardwaj, V, Ohri, P., Sharma, A., Bhardwaj, R., & Ahmad, P. (2020). Herbal Immune-boosters: Substantial Warriors of Pandemic Covid-19 Battle Phytomedicine 85, 153361 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phymed.2020.153361(I.F- 6.656, NAAS-11.34)
  22. Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Sharma, A., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Al-Huqail, A. A., Siddiqui, M.H., & Ahmad, P. (2020). Histochemical and physicochemical studies reveal improved defense in tomato under Cd stress with rhizobacterial supplementation. Plant and Soil, 446(1), 393-411. (I.F- 4.993, NAAS-10.19)
  23. Kumar, V., Pandita, S., Sidhu, G.P.S., Sharma, A., Khanna, K., Kaur, P., Bali, A.S., & Setia, R. (2020). Copper bioavailability, uptake, toxicity and tolerance in plants: A comprehensive review. Chemosphere,  127810.  (I.F- 8.943, NAAS-13.09)
  24. Souri, Z., Khanna, K., Karimi, N., & Ahmad, P. (2020). Silicon and Plants: Current Knowledge and Future Prospects. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 40, 906–925 (I.F- 4.64, NAAS-10.17)
  25. Kohli, S. K., Handa, N., Bali, S., Khanna, K., Arora, S., Sharma, A., & Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Current scenario of Pb toxicity in plants: unraveling plethora of physiological responses. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology Volume 249, 153-197. (I.F- 7.9, NAAS-13.56)
  26. Sharma, N., Khanna, K., Manhas, R.K., Bhardwaj, R., Ohri, P., Alkahtani, J., Alwahibi, M.S. and Ahmad, P. (2020). Insights into the Role of Streptomyces hydrogenans as the Plant Growth Promoter, Photosynthetic Pigment Enhancer and Biocontrol Agent against Meloidogyne incognita in Solanum lycopersicum Plants, 9(9), p.1109. (I.F- 4.658, NAAS-9.94)
  27. Khanna, K., Jamwal, V. L., Sharma, A., Gandhi, S. G., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Al-Huqail, A.A., Siddiqui, M.H., Ali, H.M., & Ahmad, P. (2019). Supplementation with plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) alleviates cadmium toxicity in Solanum lycopersicum by modulating the expression of secondary metabolites. Chemosphere, 230, 628-639. (I.F- 8.943, NAAS-13.09)
  28. Khanna, K., Jamwal, V. L., Kohli, S. K., Gandhi, S. G., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Abd_Allah, E.F., Hashem, A., & Ahmad, P. (2019). Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria induced Cd tolerance in Lycopersicon esculentum through altered antioxidative defense expression. Chemosphere, 217, 463-474. (I.F- 8.943, NAAS-13.09)
  29. Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Al-Huqail, A. A., Siddiqui, M. H., Alosaimi, G.S., & Ahmad, P. (2019). Microbial Fortification Improved Photosynthetic Efficiency and Secondary Metabolism in Lycopersicon esculentum Plants Under Cd Stress. Biomolecules, 9(10), 581. (I.F- 6.064, NAAS-10.88)
  30. Khanna, K., Sharma, A., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Abd_Allah, E. F., Hashem, A., & Ahmad, P. (2019). Impact of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in the orchestration of Lycopersicon esculentum Resistance to plant parasitic nematodes: A metabolomic approach to evaluate defense responses under field conditions. Biomolecules, 9(11), 676. (I.F- 6.064, NAAS-10.88)
  31. Kohli, S. K., Khanna, K., Bhardwaj, R., Abd_Allah, E. F., Ahmad, P., & Corpas, F. J. (2019). Assessment of subcellular ROS and NO metabolism in higher plants: multifunctional signaling molecules. Antioxidants, 8(12), 641. (I.F- 7.675, NAAS-12.31)
  32. Khanna, K., Jamwal, V. L., Gandhi, S. G., Ohri, P., & Bhardwaj, R. (2019). Metal resistant PGPR lowered Cd uptake and expression of metal transporter genes with improved growth and photosynthetic pigments in Lycopersicon esculentum under metal toxicity. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 1-14. (I.F- 4.996, NAAS-10.38)
  33. Khanna, K., Jamwal, V. L., Kohli, S. K., Gandhi, S. G., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Wijaya, L., Alyemeni, M.N., & Ahmad, P. (2019). Role of plant growth promoting Bacteria (PGPRs) as biocontrol agents of Meloidogyne incognita through improved plant defense of Lycopersicon esculentum. Plant and Soil, 436(1-2), 325-345. (I.F- 4.993, NAAS-10.19)
  34. Khanna, K., Jamwal, V. L., Sharma, A., Gandhi, S. G., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Al-Huqail, A.A., Siddiqui, M.H., Marraiki, N., & Ahmad, P. (2019). Evaluation of the role of rhizobacteria in controlling root-knot nematode infection in Lycopersicon esculentum plants by modulation in the secondary metabolite profiles. AoB PLANTS, 11(6), plz069. (I.F- 3.138, NAAS-9.28)
  35. Sharma, A., Kumar, V., Shahzad, B., Ramakrishnan, M., Sidhu, G. P. S., Bali, A. S., Handa, N., Kapoor, D., Yadav, P., Khanna, K., & Bakshi, P. (2019). Photosynthetic response of plants under different abiotic stresses: a review. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 39, 509–531 (I.F- 4.64, NAAS-10.17)
  36. Kour, J., Khanna, K., Sharma, P., Dhiman, S., Singh, A.D., Devi, K., Sharma, A., Ohri,P, Bhardwaj, R. (2022) Ecosystem engineering by earthworms. In: A.P Vig, S. S Suthar, J. Singh (eds.) Earthworms and their ecological significance (pp. 211-234). Nova Science Publishers.
  37. Khanna, K., Gautam, V., Kapoor, D., Sharma, N., Sharma, P., Bhardwaj, T., Ohri, P. & Bhardwaj, R. (2022). Conventional and Organic Management as Divergent Drivers for Plant Parasitic Nematodes Control. In Sustainable Management of Nematodes in Agriculture, Vol. 1: Organic Management(pp. 157-185). Springer, Cham.
  38. Dhingra, H., Kohli, S.K., Khanna, K., Dhiman, S., Kour, J., Bhardwa, T., Bhardwaj, R. (2022) Deciphering the Role of Metal Binding Proteins and Metal Transporters for Remediation of Toxic Metals in Plants. In: A. Malik, M.K Kidwai, V. K Garg (eds.) Bioremediation of Toxic Metal(loid)sPublisher: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.
  39. Kour, J., Khanna, K., Sharma, P., Singh, A. D., Sharma, I., Arora, P., Kumar, P., Devi, K., Ibrahim, M., Ohri, P. & Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Hydrogen sulfide and phytohormones crosstalk in plant defense against abiotic stress. In: Singh, V. Singh, D. Tripathi, S. Prasad, D. Chauhan, N.K Dubey (eds.) Hydrogen Sulfide in Plant Biology (pp. 267-302). Academic Press.
  40. Dhiman, S., Sharma, P., Bhardwaj, T., Devi, K., Khanna, K., Kapoor, N.,  Kaur, R., Sharma, A., Kaur, R & Bhardwaj, R. (2022). Role of Potassium in Heavy Metal Stress. In Role of Potassium in Abiotic Stress(pp. 163-182). Springer, Singapore.
  41. Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R., Kaur, R., Jasrotia, S., Khajuria, A., Khanna, K., & Sharma, N. (2022). Nitric oxide: a key player in mitigating heavy metal toxicity in plants. In Nitric Oxide in Plant Biology(pp. 169-196). Academic Press.
  42. Singh, A.D., Kour, J., Dhiman, S., Khanna, K., Kumar, P., Kaur, R., Kapoor, N., Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Prospects of PGPR-Mediated Antioxidants and S and P Metabolism in Plants Under Drought Stress. In: H.B Singh, A. Vaishnav, R.Z Sayeed (ed.) Antioxidants in Plant-Microbe Interaction, (pp. 339-379) Springer Nature.
  43. Khanna, K., Kohli, S.K., Sharma, P., Kour, J., Singh, A.D., Sharma, N., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Antioxidant Potential of Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) in Agricultural Crops Infected with Root-Knot Nematodes. In: H.B Singh, A. Vaishnav, R.Z Sayeed (ed.) Antioxidants in Plant-Microbe Interaction, (pp. 339-379) Springer Nature.
  44. Sharma, P., Bakshi, P., Khanna, K., Kour, J., Kapoor, D., Singh, A. D., Bhardwaj, T., Kaur, R., Sharma, A. & Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Plant and Microbe Association for Degradation of Xenobiotics Focusing Transgenic Plants. In: M.N.V Prasad (ed.) Handbook of Assisted and Amendment: Enhanced Sustainable Remediation Technology, 501-516.
  45. Singh, A.D., Khanna, K., Kumar, P., Kour, K., Dhiman, S., Bhardwaj, T., Rattan, A., Bhardwaj, R. (2021). Implications of Salicylic acid in Symbiotic Relationship in Plants. In: D. Kapoor, V. Gautam, R. Bhardwaj (ed.) Salicylic Acid Contribution in Plant Biology against a Changing Environment, (pp. 115-148) Nova Science Publishers, New York.
  46. Khanna, K., Kapoor, D., Sharma, P., Bakshi, P., Sharma, P., Saini, P., Ohri, P., Mir, B.A., Kaur, R. & Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Plant-Microbe Interactions under Adverse Environment. In: Hasanuzzaman (ed.) Plant Ecophysiology and Adaptation under Climate Change: Mechanisms and Perspectives I (pp. 717-751). Springer Nature, Singapore.
  47. Bakshi, P., Bali, S., Kaur, P., Khajuria, A., Khanna, K., Mir, B. A., Ohri, P., & Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Pesticide Toxicity Amelioration in Plants by Plant Hormones. In: K Srivastava, A. Singh, V. P Singh, D. K Tripathi, S. Singh, S, M Prasad (eds.) Pesticides in Crop Production: Physiological and Biochemical Action (pp. 233-258). John Wiley and Sons, UK.
  48. Kour, J., Khanna, K., Bakshi, P., Sharma, I., Ohri, P., Mir, B. A., Kapoor, N. Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Role of Beneficial Microbes in the Molecular Phytotoxicity of Heavy Metals. In Cellular and Molecular Phytotoxicity of Heavy Metals (pp. 227-262). Springer, Cham.
  49. Singh, D., Sharma, I., Khanna, K., Handa, N., Kumar, P., Ibrahim, M., Ohri, P., & Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Impact of Cobalt Oxide Nanoparticles on the Morpho-physiological and Biochemical Response in Plants. In: V. P Singh, S. Singh, S. M Prasad, D. K Chauhan, D. K Tripathi (eds.) Plant Responses to Nanomaterials: Recent Inventions, and Physiological and Biochemical Responses. Springer Nature, Switzerland. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-36740-4_11
  50. Kour, J., Khanna, K., Sharma, P., Arora, P., Dhiman, S., Kaur, R., Sharma, A., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Variability, Behavior and Impact of Nanoparticles in the Environment In: P Singh, S. Singh, S. M Prasad, D. K Chauhan, D. K Tripathi (eds.) Plant Responses to Nanomaterials: Recent Inventions, and Physiological and Biochemical Responses. Springer Nature, Switzerland. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-36740-4_13
  51. Kohli, S.K., Khanna, K., Dhiman, S., Kour, J., Singh, D., Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Serotonin and Melatonin in Abiotic Stress Tolerance In: V. P Singh, S. Singh, D. K Tripathi, S. M Prasad, R. Bhardwaj, D. K Chauhan (eds.) Abiotic Stress and Legumes: Tolerance and Management. Elsevier. ISBN 0128153555 9780128153550.
  52. Bakshi, P., Khanna, K., Kaur, P., Handa, N., Sidhu, G. P. S., Mir, B. A., Ohri, P., Bhardwaj R. (2020). Molecular basis of plant-microbe interaction in pesticides remediation In: M.N.V Prasad (ed.) Handbook of Assisted and Amendment-Enhanced Sustainable Remediation Technology, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom. ISBN13: 9781119678533.
  53. Sharma, P., Kour, J., Khanna, K., Kapoor, D., Bhardwaj, T., Kaur, R., Sharma, A., Bhardwaj, R. (2020). Microbe and Plant assisted Remediation of Xenobiotics In: M.N.V Prasad (ed.) Handbook of Assisted and Amendment-Enhanced Sustainable Remediation Technology, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom. ISBN13: 9781119678533.
  54. Kohli, S. K., Bali, S., Khanna, K., Bakshi, P., Sharma, P., Sharma, A., Verma, V., Ohri, P., Mir, B.A., Kaur, R., & Bhardwaj, R. (2019). A Current Scenario on Role of Brassinosteroids in Plant Defense Triggered in Response to Biotic Challenges. In: S. Hayat, M. Yusuf, R. Bhardwaj, A. Bajguz (eds.) Brassinosteroids: Plant Growth and Development (pp. 367-388). Springer, Singapore.
  55. Sharma, A., Kumar, V., Sidhu, G. P. S., Kumar, R., Kohli, S. K., Yadav, P., Kapoor, D., Bali, A.S., Shahzad, B., Khanna, K. & Kumar, S. (2019). Abiotic Stress Management in Plants: Role of Ethylene. In: A. Roychoudhury, D. K Tripathi (eds.) Molecular Plant Abiotic Stress: Biology and Biotechnology (pp.185-208). John Wiley and Sons Ltd., USA
  56. Sharma, P., Sharma, P., Arora, P., Verma, V., Khanna, K., Saini, P., & Bhardwaj, R. (2019). Role and Regulation of ROS and Antioxidants as Signaling Molecules in Response to Abiotic Stresses. In: I. R. Khan, P. S Reddy, A. F. N. A. Khan (eds.) Plant Signaling Molecules (pp. 141-156). Woodhead Publishing.
  57. Khanna, K., Handa, N., Yadav, P., Gautam, V., Kumar, V., Ohri, P., & Bhardwaj, R. (2019). Molecular Approaches in Enhancing Antioxidant Defense in Plants. In: Hasanuzzaman, V. Fotopoulos, K. Nahar, M. Fujita (eds.) Reactive Oxygen, Nitrogen and Sulfur Species in Plants: Production, Metabolism, Signaling and Defense Mechanisms (pp. 173-193). John Wiley and Sons Inc, USA
  58. Khanna, K., Kaur, R., Bali, S., Sharma, A., Bakshi, P., Saini, P., Thukral, A.K., Ohri, P., Mir, B.A & Pal, S. (2019). Role of Beneficial Microorganisms in Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants. In: Hasanuzzaman, M. Fujita, H. Oku, T. Islam (eds.) Plant Tolerance to Environmental Stress: Role of Phytoprotectants. (pp. 327-348) Taylor and Francis/CRS.
  59. Khanna, K., Kohli, S. K., Bali, S., Kaur, P., Saini, P., Bakshi, P., Ohri, P., Mir, B.A. & Bhardwaj, R. (2018). Role of Micro-organisms in Modulating Antioxidant Defence in Plants Exposed to Metal Toxicity. In: Hasanuzzaman, K. Nahar, M. Fujita (eds.) Plants Under Metal and Metalloid Stress (pp. 303-335). Springer Nature, Singapore.
  60. Sharma, A., Kumar, V., Handa, N., Bali, S., Kaur, R., Khanna, K., Thukral, A.K. & Bhardwaj, R. (2018). Potential of endophytic bacteria in heavy metal and pesticide detoxification. In: D. Egamberdieva, P. Ahmad (eds.) Plant Microbiome: Stress Response (pp. 307-336). Springer Nature, Switzerland.
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Dr. Amandeep Brar

  1. Brar, A., Kumar, M., Singh, R. P., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2020). Phycoremediation coupled biomethane production employing sewage wastewater: Energy balance and feasibility analysis. Bioresource Technology, 308, 123292.Journal Impact Factor: 11.88,NAAS rating 2022: 13.54
  2. Brar, A., Kumar, M., Soni, T., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2021). Insights into the genetic and metabolic engineering approaches to enhance the competence of microalgae as biofuel resource: A review. Bioresource Technology, 125597. Journal Impact Factor: 11.88. NAAS rating 2022: 13.54
  3. Brar, A., Kumar, M., & Pareek, N. (2019). Comparative appraisal of biomass production, remediation, and bioenergy generation potential of microalgae in dairy   wastewater. Frontiers in Microbiology, 10, 678. Journal Impact Factor: 5.64.NAAS rating 2022: 10.43
  4. Brar, A., Kumar, M., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2019). Phycoremediation of textile effluent-contaminated water bodies employing microalgae: nutrient sequestration and biomass production studies. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 16(12), 7757-7768. Journal Impact Factor: 2.86.NAAS rating 2022:  8.54
  5. Brar, A., Kumar, M., Vivekanand, V. and Pareek, N., (2020).  Isotherm and kinetic studies of the adsorption of Amido Black 10B employing dried microalgal biomass as a potential low-cost adsorbent. International Microbiology (Submitted).Journal Impact Factor: 1.8
  6. Brar, A., Kumar, M., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2017). Photoautotrophic microorganisms and bioremediation of industrial effluents: current status and future prospects. 3 Biotech, 7(1), 18. Journal Impact Factor: 2.41.
  7. Brar, A., Gosal, S.K. and and Walia, S.S., (2017) Effect of biofertilizers and farm yard manure on microbial dynamics and soil health in maize (Zea mays L.) rhizosphere. Chemical Science Rev Letter, 6(23), pp.1524-1529.  Naas rating 2022: 4.75
  8. Kumar, M., Brar, A., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2017). Production of chitinase from thermophilic Humicolagrisea and its application in production of bioactive chitooligosaccharides. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2017.04.100. Journal Impact Factor: 8.025.  NAAS rating 2022: 11.83
  9. Kumar, M., Brar, A., Vivekanand, V., and N. Pareek (2018). Bioconversion of chitin to bioactive chitooligosaccharides: amelioration and coastal pollution reduction by microbial resources. Marine Biotechnology pp. 1-13. Journal Impact Factor: 3.6. NAAS rating 2022: 6.0
  10. Kumar, M., Brar, A., Vivekanand, V. and Pareek, N., (2018) Process optimization, purification and characterization of a novel acidic, thermostable chitinase from Humicola grisea. International Journal of Biological macromolecules, 116, pp.931938. Journal Impact Factor: 8.025. NAAS rating 2022: 11.83
  11. Kumar, M., Brar, A., Yadav, M., Chawade, A., Vivekanand, V. and Pareek, N., (2018). Chitinases—Potential Candidates for Enhanced Plant Resistance towards Fungal Pathogens. Agriculture, 8(7), p.88. mpdi : 3.41 NAAS rating 2022
  1. Rajput, M., Brar, A., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2022). Recent Advancements in Biohydrogen Production: Thermochemical and Biological Conversion Routes. In Biohydrogen(pp. 1-31). Apple Academic Press.
  1. Brar, A., Kumar, M., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2020). Nanoparticles and Their Role in Bioenergy Production. In Nanotechnology for Food, Agriculture, and Environment (pp. 227-254). Springer, Cham.
  2. Brar, A., Kumar M, Vivekanand, V., and Pareek, N. (2019). Role of Nanobiotechnology in Bioenergy Production. In Biotechnology for Sustainable Energy and Products (pp. 67-98).
  3. Kumar, M., Brar, A., Vivekanand, V., & Pareek, N. (2019). Possibilities and perspectives of chitosan scaffolds and composites for tissue engineering. Materials for Biomedical Engineering, 167-203.

 

Dr. NeethuAsokan

  1. Asokan N, Murugan A (2019) Pretreatment of sago waste for biobutanol production using a natural isolate. International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews. 6 (2): 373-389
  2. Bright R., P., Saranraj & Asokan, Neethu. (2021). Free Radical - A Sword with two Edges. Asian Journal of Research in Chemistry. 14. 1 - 6.
  3. Asokan N (2019) Food - The Engineer of Mind, Language in India, 19(1): 134-138. ISSN- 1930-2940
  4. Asokan N, Murugan A (2018) Bioconversion of sago effluent and oil cakes for bio-butanol production using environmental isolates. Biofuels 9: 1-8
  5. Asokan N, Dhandapani R (2016) Optimization study of Chlorella vulgaris for biomass, lipid and protein, Ind. J. Applied. Microbiol. 19(1): 48-57.
  6. P Saranraj, R Z Sayyed, KarrarJasimHamzah, NeethuAsokan, P Sivasakthivelan and Abdel Rahman Mohammad Al Tawaha. (2022). Efficient substrates for microbial synthesis for biosurfactants.  Microbial surfactants- Volume 3. CRC press. Taylor and Francis. Pp. 1-18.
  7. , Saranraj&Sivasakthivelan, P. & Al Tawaha, Abdel Rahman&Asokan, Neethu& Imran, &Amanullah, Professor. (2021). Plant growth promoting activity of Bradyrhizobium communities with special reference to Soybean (Glycine max L.) cultivation: A review. Advances in Environmental Biology. 15. 1 - 6.
  8. N Siddharthan, Murthy Sangeetha, AsokanNeethu, R Balagurunathan and N Hemalatha, (2022), Actinobacterial Enzymes- An Approach For Engineering the Rhizospheremicrorganisms as plant growth promoters, Rhizosphere Engineering: Need of the Future, ELSEVIER (U.S.A.).
  9. NeethuAsokan, T. Sowmiya, P. Saranraj, Abdel Rahman Mohammad Al –Tawaha, K. Amala and R. Bright (2022). Eco-friendly biosurfactants and its applications against biocorrosion, Book Chapter, Chapter 13, Environmental Microbiology: Advanced Research and Multidisciplinary applications, Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.
  10. Konstantinos V. Kotsanopoulos, NeethuAsokan, P. Saranraj, K. Amala and R. Bright (2021), Authenticity of wheat, Book Chapter, Chapter 10, Safety Assurance under Uncertainties: Software to Cyber-Physical/ Machine Learning Systems. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.
  11. Asokan N (2020). Bioconversion of waste and impact of nanotechnology in biofuel production, Book Chapter, Microbes for Clean and Green Environment (ISBN: 978-81-945631-2-9) JPS publication, Chapter – 10, Page: 118 – 132.
  12. Asokan N, Sowmiya Theerthagiri and Sukumar C (2020) Nano-materials- An advanced trend in Bioremediation of heavy metals, Book Chapter, Microbes for Clean and Green Environment (ISBN: 978-81-945631-2-9) JPS publication, Chapter – 13, Page: 157 – 167.
  13. Asokan N, Jiji KM, Hemalatha N. Production of Prodigiosin like pigment from SerratiaMarscens. Lambert Academic publishing.
  14. NeethuAsokan. Optimisation of Chlorella vulgaris growth medium. Lambert Academic Publishing
  15. R Bright, Neethu Asokan, K Amala. Antioxidant study of selected plant weeds. Lambert Academic Publishing.
  16. K Amala, Neethu Asokan, R Bright. Antibiogram of Urinary Tract Infections. Lambert academic Publishing.
  17. Neethu Asokan, K Amala, R Bright. Prodigiosin production from Cassava waste. Lambert Academic Publishing