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Dr R R Pandey

Designation: Professor & Head of Department

Specialization: Plant Pathology & Microbiology

Contact: +91-9436025986

Email: rrpandey.mu [AT] gmail.com

B.Sc.(1977, Rohilkhand University), M.Sc. (1979,Rohilkhand University), Ph.D. (1984, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi)

Website: http://manipuruniv.ac.in/faculty/84

Curriculum Vitae

 

1. Name : RADHA RAMAN PANDEY

 

2. Designation & Official Address : Professor & Head

Department of Life Sciences

Manipur University

Canchipur, Imphal-795 003.

Mobile: +91 9436025986;

Email: rrpandey.mu[AT]gmail.com, hod.lifescience[AT]manipuruniv.ac.in

3. Nationality & Date of Birth : Indian; 10th May, 1959.

 

4. Educational Qualification :

 

*Ph.D. (1984) : Botany, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. Thesis Title: “Studies on

microfungi of guava plantation in Chiraigaon of Varanasi”.

M.Sc. (1979) : Botany, Bareilly College, Bareilly (Rohilkhand University), obtained First

Division-62.6%.

B.Sc. (1977) : Botany, Zoology & Chemistry, Bareilly College, Bareilly (Rohilkhand

University), obtained First Division-60.3%.

 

*Fellowships Awarded during /after Ph. D.:
i). Junior & Senior Research Fellowships of University Grants Commission, New Delhi (December, 1981 – November, 1984).
ii). Post-Doctoral Fellowship of U.G.C., New Delhi (December, 1984 – November, 1985).
iii). Pool Officer of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi. (October, 1987 – October, 1990).
iv). Research Associate of C.S.I.R., New Delhi (February, 1991 – August, 1995).

 

5. Professional Experience :

Teaching (Post-Graduate) - Over 25 years;

Research - Over 35 years.

 

6. Broad Area of Specialization : Life Sciences (Botany)

 

7. Area of Research Interest : Microbiology & Plant Pathology

 

8. Academic & Professional Activities during past 10 years:

  • Recipient of Honorary Fellow Membership (FIPS) of Indian Phytopathological Society, New Delhi in February 2019.

  • Elected as Council Member of Indian Mycological Society for 3 years (2016-2019).

  • Recipient of Distinguished Plant Scientist Award-2014, by Association for Advancement of the Biodiversity Science, Society for Applied Biotechnology, during Asian Plant Science Conference held at Nepal (1-3 November, 2014).

  • Conferred Honorary Fellowship (FIMS) by Indian Mycological Society, during International Symposium on “Role of Fungi and Microbes in the 21st Century–a Global Scenario” held at University of Calcutta, Kolkata (20-22 February, 2014).

  • Served as Member of the Board of Post-Graduate Studies (BPGS) in Botany at Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, for a period of 3 yrs (2010-2013).

  • Served as Expert Committee Member for preparation of Glossary of Biotechnology, Commission for Scientific & Technical Terminology, Ministry of Human Resource Development, New Delhi (2011-2012).

 

  • Other Contributions: Performed various duties as External and Internal Examiner for Paper Setting, Answer Script Evaluation, Practical Exams, Thesis evaluation and Ph.D. Viva-Voce at Manipur University and other Institutions; Took active part in conducting PG Examination/ Invigilation/Inspection duties at MU and Affiliated Colleges.

 

9. Publications:

  • Research Papers : Over 62 Research Papers/Review Articles/Book Chapters have been published in National & International Journals (up to Impact Factor of 2.76)/Edited books of repute (Citations as on date-578; h-index-11).

  • Edited Books: “Microbial Applications (Eds.: R. Gaur, S. Mehrotra, R.R. Pandey), I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. (2012). (ISBN: 978-93-81141-01-4).

  • Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Reference to North-East India” (Chief Editor: R. Varatharajan; Editors: M.S. Singh & R.R. Pandey; Plant Science Section), (2012) (ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8).

 

10. Research Work Undertaken :

  • Microfungal diversity of phylloplane and soil profiles of guava plantation, pathogenesis of important foliar and soil-borne plant pathogens, their chemical and biological controls.

  • Microbial population, fungal species composition and their successional patterns during litter decomposition & role of diverse litter colonizing fungi in substrate utilization patterns.

  • Diversity of Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in rhizosphere soils and their root colonization patterns in forest trees and vrgrtable and staple food crops.

 

11. Research Projects Undertaken : (i). Completed: 3 (MOEF, DST, UGC);

Ongoing: 1 (ICAR).

A. Completed:

i). “Comparative studies of microbial diversity and soil biological processes during leaf litter decomposition in natural oak forest and plantations of Manipur, North East India”. Sanctioned by Ministry of Environment & Forests, New Delhi, Duration-3 yrs, Total Amount Rs. 11,48,760/-.

ii). Augmentation and evaluation of viral pesticide (PbGV) for the control of cabbage butterfly” Sanctioned by Ministry of Science & Technology, Dept. of Biotechnology, New Delhi, Duration-3 yrs, Total Amount Rs. 12.66 Lakh.

iii). “Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in woody tree species from a tropical deciduous forest of Manipur and evaluation of their potential applications in nursery” Sanctioned by University Grants Commission, New Delhi, Duration 3 yrs, Total Amount-Rs. 7.86 Lakh.

B. Ongoing:

i). “Diversity of Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and dark septate endophytes in shifting cultivated crops of Manipur, North East India” Sanctioned by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, Duration 3yrs, Total Amount Rs. 24 Lakh.

 

12. Guidance Rendered to Ph.D. Scholars :

5 Scholars have been awarded Ph.D. Degree;

3 are under active process.

Awarded:

i). Dr. Th. Bidyapati Devi (2004). “Studies on seed mycoflora and biodeterioration of chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) during storage”.

ii). Dr.Gehamanjuri Sharma L. (2008). “Microbial decomposition of oak leaf litter in a natural subtropical forest and plantations of Imphal”.

iii). Dr. Th. Brojendro Singh (2012). “Diversity and succession of microfungi during litter decomposition of Melocanna baccifera (Roxb.) Kurz. in a bamboo forest of Chandel, Manipur.

iv). Dr. A. Kayini (2014). “Fungal colonization and decomposition of Alnus nepalensis D. Don and Castanopsis hystrix A.D.C. leaves in a subtropical forest of Senapati, Manipur”.

v). Dr. I. Chongtham (2016). “Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in woody tree species from a tropical deciduous forest of Manipur and evaluation of their potential applications in nursery”.

 

13. Participation in Training Course/Workshop:

i). Participated in the National Training programme on “DNA Sequencing and Microbial Identification” organized by National Bureau of Agriculturally Important microorganisms (NBAIM), Mau (UP) during September 1-7, 2008.

14. Participation/Paper Presentation in Seminar/Symposium:

 i). Presented paper on “Combined effect of soil solarization and neem amendment on survival of Macrophomina phaseolina sclerotia and growth of soybean” In. 5th International Conference on “Plant Pathology in the Globalized Era” organized by Indian Phytopathological Society, IARI, New Delhi. (November 10-13, 2009), p. 202.

ii). Presented paper on “Growth enhancement of Sesamum indicum L. by rhizosphere competent Azotobacter chroococcum AZO2 and its antagonistic activity against Macrophomina phaseolina” In. National Symposium on “Perspective in the Plant Health anagement” organized by Indian Phytopathological Society, New Delhi & Anand Agricultural University, Anand, Gujarat, (December 14-16, 2010), p. 74.

iii). Presented paper on “Microfungi of decaying vegetable wastes” In. International Seminar on “Managing Biodiversity for Sustainable Livelihoods in the Changing Environment in Marginal Mountain Regions” organized by Department of Environmental Studies, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, (December 21-23, 2010).

iv). Presented paper on “Microfungi associated with surface soil of a tropical bamboo forest in Manipur” In. National Symposium on “Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Special Reference to North-East India” held at Centre of Advanced Study in Life Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal, (March 17-18, 2011), p. 136.

v). Presented paper on “Microfungal assemblages of Quercus serrata leaf litter in a subtropical forest and managed oak plantation of Manipur” In. National Conference on “Biodiversity and Reproductive Plant Biology: Abiotic & Biotic Challenges” held during 34th Indian Botanical Conference, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, (October 10-12, 2011), p. 78.

vi). Presented paper on “Effect of fungal culture filtrates on seed germination and seedling vigour of two chilli cultivars” In. National Symposium on “Microorganisms and Plant Health” held during 24th Annual Meeting of Indian Phytopathological Society (Eastern Zone) at Dept. of Botany, Gauhati University, Guwahati, (November 04-05, 2011), p. 42.

vii). Participated and served as Rapporteur in Technical Session-I In. National Seminar on “Carbon Sequestration in Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems” organized by Centre of Advanced Study in Life Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal, (February 24-25, 2012).

viii). Presented Paper on “Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate endophyte fungal associations in Capsicum chinense” In: National Seminar organized by UGC sponsored CAS in Life Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal, (March 23-24, 2015), pp. 80-81.

ix). Presented Paper on “Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate endophyte fungal associations in three indigenous rice (Oriza sativa L.) cultivars of Manipur” In. National Symposium organized by Indian Mycological Society, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, (February 18-19, 2016), p. 56

x). Presented paper on Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate endophyte fungal association in three vegetable and staple crops of Manipur, Northeastern India. In: 6th International Conference organized by Indian Phytopathological Society, New Delhi, (February 23-27, 2016), pp. 216-217.

 

15. Organization of Refresher Course/Symposium:


 

i). As Coordinator, organized Refresher Course (Subject-Life Sciences) at UGC Academic Staff College, Manipur University. (September 14 -October 4, 2009).

ii). As IPS Councillor (Eastern Zone) and Organizing Secretary, conducted 23rd IPS Meeting organized National Symposium on “Plant Protection Strategies in Organic Agriculture” at Dept. of Life Sciences, Manipur University. (October 29-30, 2010).

iii). As Joint Secretary, assisted in organizing the National Symposium on “Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Special Reference to North-East India” at CAS in Life Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal. (March 17-18, 2011).

 

16. Chaired Technical Session in Seminar/Symposium:

i). Chaired the Session-II (Integrated Disease Management), In. National Symposium on“Perspective in the Plant Health Management” (December 14-16, 2010), organized by Indian Phytopathological Society, New Delhi & Anand Agricultural University, Anand.

ii). Co-Chaired Session-II (Fungal Biodiversity & Conservation), In. International Seminar on “Managing Biodiversity for Sustainable Livelihoods in the Changing Environment in Marginal Mountain Region” (December 21-23, 2010) held at Department of Environmental Studies, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong.

iii). Chaired Technical Session-IV (Plant Health), In. 24th Annual Meeting of Indian Phytopathological Society (Eastern Zone) & National Symposium on “Microorganisms and Plant Health” organized by Deptartment of Botany, Gauhati University, Guwahati. (November 4-5, 2011).

iv). Chaired Technical Session-III (Endophytes & Mycorrhizae), In. National Symposium organized by Indian Mycological Society, University of Calcutta, Kolkata. (February 18-19, 2016).

 

17. Lectures Delivered in Refresher Course/Seminar/Symposium:

i). Delivered invited lecture on “Organic farming for sustainable agriculture” In. 20th Annual Meeting of Indian Phytopathological Society (Eastern Zone) & National Symposium on 3 “Plant Disease Management in Organic Farming System” (November 27-28, 2007), organized by Dept. of Life Sciences, Manipur University.

ii). Delivered invited lecture on “Role of basidiomycetous fungi in ecosystem functioning” In. UGC sponsored Refresher Course in Life Sciences (December 22, 2008-January 11, 2009), organized by UGC-Academic Staff College, MU.

iii). Delivered lecture on “Role of diverse litter inhabiting fungi in substrate utilization during decomposition process” In.UGC sponsored Refresher Course in Environmental Studies (June 05-25, 2009), organized by UGC-Academic Staff College, MU.

iv). Delivered lead lecture on “Biological control of plant pathogens: principles, promises and pitfalls” (Session 6-Biological Control), In National Symposium on “Perspective in the Plant Health Management” (December 14-16, 2010), organized by IPS, New Delhi & Anand Agricultural University, Anand (Gujarat).

v). Delivered invited lecture on “Geomycology: Fungal growth in mineral substrata” (Section V-Earth System Sciences), In. 98th Indian Science Congress Association (January 3-7, 2011) organized by SRM University, Chennai.

 

18. Editorial Board Member of Journals : Indian Phytopathology (Springer (India) Pvt. Ltd.)..

 

19. Reviewer of Research Manuscript : >6 International Journals published by Elsevier, Springer, Academic Press, and 3 National Journals  published by IPS, New Delhi & IMS, Kolkata.

 

20. Fellow/Life Member of Scientific Society: Fellow of Indian Botanical Society (FBS), Indian Phytopathological Society (FIPS), Indian Mycological Society (FIMS), International Society for Conservation of Natural Resources (FNRS), Association for the Advancement of Biodiversity Science (FABSc.), Life Member of Indian Science Congress Association.

 

21. Selected Publications:

1. Chongtham, I., Surendirakumar, K., Surbala, L. & Pandey, R.R. (2018). Application of biofertilizer for growth enhancement Capsicum chinense. In: Microbial Antagonists: Their Role in Biological Control of Plant Diseases (Eds. R.N. Pandey, B.N. Chakraborty, Dinesh Singh & Pratibha Sharma), Today & Tomorrow’s Printers and Publishers, New Delhi, India, pp. 260-291.

2. Pandey, R.R., Chongtham, I. & Muthukumar, T. (2016). Influence of season and edaphic factors on endorhizal associations of subtropical plantation forest trees in Northeastern India. Flora Morphology, Distribution,Functional Ecology of Plants (Elsevier) 222: 1?12.

3. Surendirakumar, K., Chongtham, I. & Pandey, R.R. (2016). Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate endophyte fungal association in three indigenous rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars of Manipur, North East India. J. Mycopathol. Res. 54(3): 415?422.

4. Kayini, A., Chongtham, I. & Pandey, R.R. (2015). Diversity of soil fungal communities in Alnus nepalensis and Castanopsis hystrix dominated plantation forest stands of Northeastern India. J. Mycopathol. Res. 53: 225?235.

5. Muthukumar, T., Priyadharsini, P., Uma, E. & Pandey, R.R. (2014). Role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in alleviation of acidity sress on plant growth. In: Use of Microbes for the Alleviation of Soil Stresses (Ed. Miransari M), Vol. 1, Springer, New York, pp. 43?72. (ISBN 978-1-4614-9465-2).

6. Sathiyadash, K., Muthukumar, T. & Pandey, R.R. (2014). In vitro symbiotic seed germination of South Indian endemic orchid Coelogyne nervosa. Mycoscience (Elsevier) 55: 183?189.

7. Muthukumar, T., Uma, E. & Pandey, R.R. (2013). Root morphology and mycotrophy of Disperis neilgherrensis (Orchidaceae) from Western Ghats, southern India. Anales de Biología 35: 89?94.

8. Singh, D., Yadav, D.K., Singh, S., Pandey, R.R. & Singh, R. (2013). Genetic diversity of iturin producing strains of Bacillus species antagonistic to Ralstonia solanacearum causing bacterial wilt disease of tomato. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res. 7: 5459?5470.

9. Priyadharsini, P., Pandey, R.R. & Muthukumar, T. (2012). Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate fungal associations in shallot (Allium cepa L. var. aggregatum) under conventional agriculture. Acta Bot. Croatica 71: 159?175.

10. Dubey, R.C., Maheshwari, D.K., Kumar, V. & Pandey, R.R. (2012). Growth enhancement of Sesamum indicum L. by rhizosphere-competent Azotobacter chroococcum AZO2 and its antagonistic activity against Macrophomina phaseolina. Archives Phytopathol. Plant Protection (Taylor & Francis) 45: 437?454.

11. Sathiyadash, K., Muthukumar, T., Uma, E. & Pandey, R.R. (2012). Mycorrhizal association and morphology in orchids. J. Plant Interactions (Taylor & Francis) 7: 238?247.

12. Sharma, G. & Pandey, R.R. (2012). Diversity of microfungi in decaying vegetable wastes in Manipur, North-East India. Ind. Phytopath. 65(2): 170?176. 

13. Prasad, V., Upadhyay, R.S. & Pandey, R.R. (2012). Applications of microorganisms in nanotechnology. In. Microbial Applications (Eds. Gaur, R., Mehrotra, S. & Pandey, R.R.), I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 352?364. (ISBN: 978-93-81141-01-4).

14. Dalal S, Pandey R.R. & Dubey RC. (2012). Bacterial degradation of phenol and cyanide from industrial wastewater. In. Bioremediation of Pollutants (Eds. R.C. Dubey & D.K.
Maheshwari), I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 1?23. (ISBN:
978-93-81141-01-4).

15. Singh R, Gaur R. & Pandey R.R. (2012). Biology, distribution and utility of Aureobasidium pullulans. In. Microbial Applications (Eds. R. Gaur, S. Mehrotra & R.R. Pandey), I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 1-16. (ISBN: 978-93-81141-01-4).

16. Sharma G, Pandey R.R. & Singh MS. (2011). Microfungi associated with surface soil and decaying leaf litter of Quercus serrata in a subtropical natural oak forest and managed plantation in Northeastern India. African J. Microbiology Research 5(7): 777-787.

17. Pandey R.R., Pandey B.V. & Upadhyay R.S. (2011). Characterization and identification of Pseudomonas fluorescens NCIM 2100 degraded metabolic products of Crystal Violet. African J. Biotechnology 10(4): 624-631.

18. Sharma G. & Pandey R.R. (2010). Influence of culture media on growth, colony character and sporulation of fungi isolated from decaying vegetable wastes. J. Yeast and Fungal Research 1(8): 157–164.

19. Pandey R.R., Sharma G, Singh TB. & Tripathi SK. (2010). Factors influencing soil CO2 efflux in Northeastern Indian oak forest and plantation. African J. Plant Science 4(8): 280-289.

20.Pandey R.R., Dubey RC. & Saini S. (2010). Phytochemical and antimicrobial studies on essential oils of some aromatic plants. African J. Biotechnology 9(28): 4364-4368.

21.Kayini A. & Pandey R.R. (2010). Phyllosphere fungi of Alnus nepalensis, Castanopsis hystrix and Schima walichii in a subtropical forest of North East India. J. American Science 6(3): 118-124.

22.Sharmah D, Jha DK. & Pandey R.R. (2010). Molecular approaches in arbuscular mycorrhizal research: a review. J. Phytology 2(7): 75-90.

23.Dubey RC, Gupta KK. & Pandey R.R. (2010). Antimicrobial properties of essential oils and their potential applications in pharmaceutical industries. In. Industrial Exploitation of Microorganisms (Eds. D.K. Maheshwari, R.C. Dubey & R. Saravanamuthu), I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 406-429. (ISBN: 978-93-80026-53-4).

24. Dubey RC, Kumar Harish & Pandey R.R. (2009). Fungitoxic effect of neem extracts on growth and sclerotial survival of Macrophomina phaseolina in vitro. J. American Science 5(5): 17-24.

25. Dubey RC, Kumar H. & Pandey R.R. (2009). Combined effect of soil solarization and neem amendment on survival of Macrophomina phaseolina sclerotia and growth of soybean. Nature & Science 7(11): 52-57.

26. Pandey R.R., Sharma G, Tripathi SK. & Singh AK. (2007). Litterfall, litter decomposition and nutrient dynamics in a subtropical natural oak forest and managed plantation in northeastern India. Forest Ecology & Management 240: 96-104.

27. Jamuna I., Singh M.S. & Pandey R.R. (2006). Effect of chemical fertilizers on ectomycorrhiza formation and growth of Pinus kesiya seedlings inoculated with Scleroderma verrucosum. Indian Forester 132: 1195-1199.

28. Singh M.S., Pandey R.R. & Singh N.I. (2001). Plant-Azospirillum association: Reappraisal. In: Innovative Approaches in Microbiology (Eds. D.K. Maheshwari & R.C. Dubey) Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun, India. pp. 143-167. (ISBN: 81-211-0210-3).

29. Singh M.S. & Pandey R.R. (1998). Artificial inoculation of ectomycorrizal fungi: A sustainable practice in forestry. In: New Trends in Microbial Ecology (Eds. B. Rai & M.S. Dkhar), NEHU, Shillong & BHU, Varanasi. pp. 315-325.

30. Pandey R.R., Arora D.K. & Dubey R.C. (1997). Effect of environmental conditions and inoculum density on infection and lesion development of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides on guava fruits. Mycopathologia 137: 165-172.

31.Gaur R., Pandey R.R. & Pandey A.K. (1997). Effect of soil solarization on reduction of Pythium ultimum and damping off of linseed. J. Environ. Biol. Conserv. 2: 6-9.

32. Arora D.K., Pandey R.R. & Srivastava A.K. (1997). Impact of soil solarization on microorganisms. In: New Approaches in Microbial Ecology (Eds. J.P. Tewari, G. Saxena, N. Mittal, I. Tewari & B.P.Chamola) Aditya Books Private Ltd., New Delhi, India. pp. 459-472.

33. Srivastava A.K., Arora D.K., Gupta S., Pandey R.R. & Lee M.W. (1996). Diversity of potential microbial parasites colonizing sclerotia of Macrophomina phaseolina in soil. Biology & Fertility of Soils 22: 136-140.

34. Pandey A.K, Arora D.K., Pandey R.R. & Srivastava A.K. (1996). Integrated control of Fusarium wilt of chickpea by solar heating of soil amended with oilseed residues and fungicides. Indian Phytopathology 49: 247-253.

35. Pandey R.R., Arora D.K. & Dubey R.C. (1993). Antagonistic interactions between fungal pathogens and phylloplane fungi of guava. Mycopathologia 124: 31-39. (Impact Factor: 1.81).

36. Pandey R.R., Chaturvedi A.P. & Dwivedi R.S. (1991). Ecology of microfungi in soil profiles of guava orchard with reference to edaphic factors. National Academy Sciences, India 61(B): 97-107.

37. Chaturvedi A.P., Pandey R.R. & Dayal R. (1990). Morphological abnormalities in Mucor recemosus Fresenius induced by Cephalosporium acremonium Corda during mycoparasitism. Microbios Letter 44: 45-49.

38. Pandey R.R. (1990). Mycoflora associated with floral parts of guava. Acta Botanica Indica 13: 59-63.

39. Pandey R.R. (1990). Succession of microfungi on leaves of Psidium guajava L. Torrey Botanical Club, Bulletin 117: 152-162.

40. Pandey R.R. (1988). Effect of foliar applications of fungicides on the phylloplane mycoflora and fungal pathogens of guava. J. Phytopathology 123: 52-62. (Impact Factor: 0.937).

41. Pandey R.R. & Dwivedi R.S. (1987). Mycoflora associated with seeds from healthy and rotten fruits of guava. Indian Phytopathology 40: 248-250.

42. Pandey RR. & Dwivedi RS. (1985). Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. psidii as a pathogen causing wilt of guava in Varanasi district, India. Phytopathology Z. 114: 243-248.

 

 

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Litterfall, litter decomposition and nutrient dynamics in a subtropical natural oak forest and managed plantation in northeastern India

RR Pandey, G Sharma, SK Tripathi, AK Singh, Forest Ecology and Management 240 (1-3), 96-104

159

2007

 

Influence of culture media on growth, colony character and sporulation of fungi isolated from decaying vegetable wastes

G Sharma, RR Pandey, Journal of Yeast and Fungal Research 1 (8), 157-164

55

2010

 

Antagonistic interactions between fungal pathogens and phylloplane fungi of guava

RR Pandey, DK Arora, RC Dubey, Mycopathologia 124 (1), 31-39

44

1993

 

Fungitoxic effect of neem extracts on growth and sclerotial survival of Macrophomina phaseolina in vitro

RC Dubey, H Kumar, RR Pandey, J. Am. Sci 5, 17-24

36

2009

 

Phytochemical and antimicrobial studies on essential oils of some aromatic plants

RR Pandey, RC Dubey, S Saini, African Journal of Biotechnology 9 (28), 4364-4368

30

2010

 

Diversity of potential microbial parasites colonizing sclerotia of Macrophomina phaseolina in soil

AK Srivastava, DK Arora, S Gupta, RR Pandey, MW Lee, Biology and fertility of soils 22 (1-2), 136-140

27

1996

 

Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. psidii as a pathogen causing wilt of guava in Varanasi district, India

RR Pandey, RS Dwivedi, Journal of Phytopathology 114 (3), 243-248

23

1985

 

Effect of environmental conditions and inoculum density on infection of guava fruits by Colletotrichum glososporioides

RR Pandey, DK Arora, RC Dubey, Mycopathologia 137 (3), 165-172

21

1997

 

Succession of microfungi on leaves of Psidium guajava L.

RR Pandey, Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 153-162

13

1990

 

Microfungi associated with surface soil and decaying leaf litter of Quercus serrata in a subtropical natural oak forest and managed plantation in Northeastern India

G Sharma, RR Pandey, MS Singh, African Journal of Microbiology Research 5 (7), 777-787

12

2011

 

Role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in alleviation of acidity stress on plant growth

T Muthukumar, P Priyadharsini, E Uma, S Jaison, RR Pandey, Use of Microbes for the Alleviation of Soil Stresses, (Springer) Volume 1, 43-71

11

2014

 

Pseudomonas stutzeri RP1: A versatile plant growth promoting endorhizospheric bacteria inhabiting sunflower (Helianthus annus). Res

RR Pandey, PN Chavan, NM Walokar, N Sharma, V Tripathi, MB Khetmalas, J. Biotechnol 8 (7), 48-55

11

2013

 

In vitro symbiotic seed germination of South Indian endemic orchid Coelogyne nervosa

K Sathiyadash, T Muthukumar, SB Murugan, R Sathishkumar, RR Pandey, Mycoscience 55 (3), 183-189

10

2014

 

Mycorrhizal association and morphology in orchids

K Sathiyadash, T Muthukumar, E Uma, RR Pandey, Journal of plant interactions 7 (3), 238-247

10

2012

 

Effect of foliar applications of fungicides on the Phylloplane mycoflora and fungal pathogens of guava

RR Pandey, Journal of Phytopathology 123 (1), 52-62

10

1988

 

Factors influencing soil CO2 efflux in Northeastern Indian oak forest and plantation

G Sharma, RR Pandey, TB Singh, SK Tripathi, African Journal of Plant Science 4 (8), 280-289

9

2010

 

Phyllosphere fungi of Alnus nepalensis, Castanopsis hystrix and Schima walichii in a subtropical forest of North East India

A Kayini, RR Pandey, J Am Sci 6 (3), 118-124

9

2010

 

Growth enhancement of Sesamum indicum L. by rhizosphere-competent Azotobacter chroococcum AZO2 and its antagonistic activity against Macrophomina phaseo...

RC Dubey, DK Maheshwari, V Kumar, RR Pandey, Archives of phytopathology and plant protection 45 (4), 437-454

8

2012

 

Molecular approaches in arbuscular mycorrhizal research: a review

D Sharmah, DK Jha, RR Pandey, Journal of Phytology 2 (7)

8

2010

 

Combined effect of soil solarization and neem amendment on survival of Macrophomina phaseolina sclerotia and growth of soybean

RC Dubey, H Kumar, RR Pandey, Nat. Sci 7 (11), 52-57

8

2009

 

Integrated control of Fusarium wilt of chickpea by solar heating of soil amended with oilseed meals and fungicides

AK Pandey, DK Arora, RR Pandey, AK Srivastava, Indian Phytopathology 49 (3), 247-253

8

1996

 

Ecology of microfungi in soil profiles of guava orchard with reference to edaphic factors

RR Pandey, AP Chaturvedi, RS Dwivedi, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India 61, 97-107

8

1991

 

Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate fungal associations in shallot (Allium cepa L. var. aggregatum) under conventional agriculture

P Priyadharsini, R Pandey, T Muthukumar, Acta Botanica Croatica 71 (1), 159-175

7

2012

 

Seasonal incidence of phylloplane mycoflora of guava with reference to fungal pathogens

RR Pandey, RS Dwivedi, Acta Botanica Indica

7

1984

 

Effect of storage fungi on electrolyte leakage from rice seeds

MT Singh, MS Singh, RR Pandey, Indian Phytopathology 54 (1), 123-125

6

2001

 

Mycoflora associated with floral parts of guava (Psidium guajava L.).

RR Pandey Acta Botanica Indica 18 (1), 59-63

5

1990

 

Genetic diversity of iturin producing strains of Bacillus species antagonistic to Ralstonia solanacerarum causing bacterial wilt disease in tomato

D Singh, DK Yadav, S Sinha, KK Mondal, G Singh, R Singh, African Journal of Microbiology Research 7 (48), 5459-5470

3

2013

 

Mycoflora associated with seeds from healthy and rotten fruits of guava.

RR Pandey, RS Dwivedi, Indian Phytopathology 40 (2), 248-250

3

1987

 

Root morphology and mycotrophy of Disperis neilgherrensis (Orchidaceae) from Western Ghats, southern India/Morfología radicular y microtrofia de Disperis neilgh...

T Muthukumar, E Uma, RR Pandey, Anales de Biología, 89

2

2013

 

Bacterial degradation of phenol and cyanide from industrial wastewater

S Dalal, RR Pandey, RC Dubey, Bioremediation of Pollutants, 1-23

2

2012

 

Characterization and identification of Pseudomonas fluorescens NCIM 2100 degraded metabolic products of Crystal Violet

RR Pandey, BV Pandey, RS Upadhyay, African Journal of Biotechnology 10 (4), 624-631

2

2011

 

Antimicrobial properties of essential oils and their potential applications in pharmaceutical industries

RC Dubey, KK Gupta, RR Pandey, Industrial exploitation of microorganisms

2

2010

 

Phyllosphere fungi of Alnus nepalensis, Castanopsis hystrix and Schima walichii in a subtropical forest of Manipur.

A Kayini, RR Pandey, Journal of Mycopathological Research 48 (2), 371-377

1

2010

 

Effect of chemical fertilizers on ectomycorrhiza formation and growth of Pinus kesiya seedlings inoculated with Scleroderma verrucosum

I Jamuna, MS Singh, RR Pandey, Indian Forester 132 (9), 1195-1199

1

2006

 

Morphological abnormalities in Mucor racemosus Fresenius induced by Cephalosporium acremonium Corda during mycoparasitism.

AP Chaturvedi, RR Pandey, R Dayal, Microbios letters 44 (173), 45-49

1

1990

 

Endophytic fungi of decaying vegetable wastes.

S Gehamanjuri, RR Pandey, Journal of Mycopathological Research 48 (2), 299-304

1

2010

 

Pathogenicity of Pieris brassicae granulosis virus infecting the caterpillars of Pieris brassicae (Lepidoptera: Pieridae)

WS Devi, MI Singh, K Dhanapati, RR Pandey, R Varatharajan, Ecofriendly Insect Pest Management, 56

1

2009

 

A new leaf spot disease of Semicarpus anacardium in India

RR Pandey, BN Pandey, US Misiika, RS Dwivedi, National Academy, 177

1

1985

 

Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate endophyte fungal associations in three indigenous rice (Oriza sativa L.) cultivars of Manipur, North East India

K Surendirakumar, I Chongtham, RR Pandey, Journal of Mycopathological Research

1

2016

 

 

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Dated: 30-03-2019