Research papers/articles
published

 

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Bharali, S.,
Paul, A. and Khan, M.L. (2014)
Soil nutrient status and its impact on the growth of
three Rhododendron species in a
temperate forest of eastern Himalayas, India.
Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 29(1): 33-51. ISSN: 1026-4469, Peer reviewed. Taiwan Forestry Research Institute,
Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, R.O.C. (Taiwan), Taiwan.

 

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Bharali, P., Paul, A.,
Dutta, P., Gogoi, G., Das, A.K. and Baruah, A.M. (2014) Ethnopharmacognosy of Stemona tuberosa Lour., a potential
medicinal plant species of Arunachal Pradesh, India. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 3(4):
1072-1081.
ISSN: 2278-4357, Peer reviewed. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Bulgaria.

 

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Bharali, S.,
Paul, A. and Khan, M.L. (2013)
Population status of Rhododendron
mechukae
– A newly recorded endemic species from
Eastern
Himalaya, India.
Journal of
Biodiversity Management and Forestry
2(3): 1-5. ISSN: 2327-4417, Peer reviewed. SciTechnol International Publisher of Science, Technology and
Medicine, USA.

 

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Paul, A., Bharali, S., Khan, M.L. and
Tripathi, O.P. (2013) Anthropogenic disturbances led to risk of extinction of Taxus wallichiana Zuccarini, an
endangered medicinal tree in Arunachal Himalaya. Natural Areas Journal
33(4): 447-454. ISSN: 0885-8608
(Print), 2162-4399 (Online), Peer
reviewed.
Impact Factor: 0.707,
Natural Areas Association, Oregon.

 

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Paul, A., Kalita, J., Khan, M.L. and
Tripathi, O.P.
(2013) Illicium griffithii Hook. f. & Thoms. – A
potential source of
natural off-farm income to the rural people of
Arunachal Himalaya, India.
Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources 4(2): 131-137. ISSN: 0976-0504 (Print), 0976-0512 (Online), Peer reviewed. NISCAIR Publications (National
Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources Publications),
India.

 

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Mao, A.A.,
Bhaumik, M., Paul, A., Bharali, S.
and Khan, M.L. (2013) Rhododendron
mechukae
(Ericaceae), A new species from India. Edinburgh Journal of Botany
70(1): 57-60.
ISSN: 0960-4286,
EISSN:
1474-0036,
Peer
reviewed. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

 

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Menon, S.,
Khan, M.L., Paul, A. and Peterson,
A.T. (2012) Rhododendron species in the Indian Eastern Himalayas: New
approaches to understanding rare plant species distributions
. Journal
American Rhododendron Society
66(2): 78-84. ISSN: 0745-7839, Peer
reviewed. American Rhododendron Society, New York, USA.

 

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Bharali, S.,
Deka, J., Saikia, P., Khan, M.L., Paul,
A.,
Tripathi, O.P., Singha, L.B.  and
Shankar, U. (2012) Pinus merkusii Jungh
et de Vries – a vulnerable gymnosperm needs conservation. NeBIO 3(1): 94-95. ISSN:
2278-2281(Online),
0976-3597 (Print),
Peer
reviewed.
North East
Centre for Environmental Education and Research (NECEER),
India. 

 

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Bharali, S.,
Paul, A., Khan, M.L. and Singha,
L.B. (2012) Impact
of altitude on population structure and regeneration status of two Rhododendron
species in a temperate broad leaved forest of Arunachal Pradesh, India.
International Journal of Ecosystem 2(1): 19-27.
ISSN: 2165-8889
(Print),
2165-8919 (Online), Peer
reviewed. Scientific and Academic Publishing, Rosemead,
CA, USA.

 

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Bharali, S.,
Paul, A., Khan, M.L. and Singha,
L.B. (2012) Survival and growth of
seedlings of two Rhododendron tree species along an altitudinal gradient
in a temperate broad leaved forest of Arunachal Pradesh, India. International Journal of Plant Research
2(1): 39-46. ISSN: 2163-2596
(Print),
2163-260X (Online),
Peer reviewed. Scientific and Academic Publishing,
Rosemead, CA, USA.

 

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Bharali, S.,
Paul, A., Khan, M.L. and Singha,
L.B. (2011) Species diversity and community structure of a temperate mixed Rhododendron
forest along an altitudinal gradient in West Siang District of Arunachal
Pradesh, India. Nature and Science 9(12): 125-140. ISSN: 1545-0740, Peer
reviewed. Scientific Publisher (Marshland Press), Richmond
Hill,
New York, USA.

 

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Paul, A., Khan, M.L. and Das, A.K. (2010)
Effect of stump girth and height on resprouting of Rhododendron arboreum following disturbance in temperate mixed
broad leaved forest of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Journal of Forestry Research
21(4): 433-438. ISSN: 1007-662X (Print), 1993-0607
(Online)
, Peer reviewed. North East Forestry University and
Springer-Verleg Berlin Heidelberg, China.

 

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Paul, A., Khan, M.L., Das, A.K. and Dutta,
P.K. (2010) Diversity and distribution of rhododendrons in Arunachal Himalaya,
India. Journal American Rhododendron Society 64(4): 200-205. ISSN:
0745-7839, Peer reviewed. American Rhododendron Society, New York, USA.

 

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Paul, A. and Khan, M.L. (2010) Water: an
eco-friendly and energy-efficient resource for milling in rural Arunachal
Pradesh. Current Science 99(4):
417. ISSN: 0011-3891, Peer reviewed. Impact factor: 0.935, Current
Science Association, India.

 

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Paul, A., Khan, M.L. and Das, A.K. (2010) Utilization
of rhododendrons by Monpas in western Arunachal Pradesh, India.
Journal American Rhododendron Society
64(2): 81-84. ISSN: 0745-7839,
Peer reviewed. American Rhododendron Society, New York, USA.

 

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Paul, A., Arunachalam,
A., Khan, M.L. and Arunachalam, K. (2006)
Daphne
papyracea
Wall. ex
Steud. – A traditional source of paper making in Arunachal Pradesh. Indian Journal of Natural
Products and Resources
(Formerly
Natural Product Radiance) 5(2): 133-138. ISSN: 0976-0504 (Print), 0976-0512
(Online)
, Peer
reviewed. NISCAIR Publications (National Institute of Science Communication and
Information Resources Publications), India.

 

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Paul, A., Khan, M.L., Arunachalam, A. and Arunachalam, K. (2005)
Biodiversity and conservation of rhododendrons in Arunachal Pradesh in the
Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspot. Current
Science
89(4): 623-634. ISSN: 0011-3891, Peer reviewed.
Impact
factor: 0.935
, Current Science Association, India.

 

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Duchok, R., Kent, K., Khumbongmayum, A.D., Paul,
A. and Khan, M.L. (2005) Population structure and regeneration status of
medicinal tree Illicium griffithii in
relation to disturbance gradient in temperate broad-leaved forest of Arunachal
Pradesh. Current Science 89(4): 673-676. ISSN:
0011-3891, Peer reviewed.
Impact factor: 0.935, Current Science Association, India.

 

Paper accepted

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Bawri, A.,
Gajurel, P.R., Paul, A. and Khan,
M.L. (2014) Diversity and distribution Primula
species in Western Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalayan Region, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa (In press). ISSN: 0974-7893 (Print), 0974-7907 (Online), Peer reviewed. Wildlife Information Liaison Development, India.

 

 

Address for
communication

           

Dr. Ashish Paul

Department of Botany

Rajiv Gandhi University

Rono Hills, Doimukh – 791112

Arunachal Pradesh, India

Mobile:
+91-9862035885

E-mail: ashishpaul1@gmail.com


 

 

 

 

 

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