Research Papers

1. Singh, R. Kr. & S. Singh 2003. Is Parthenium hysterophorus L. an obnoxious weed? J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 27(4): 904-907.

2. Singh, R. Kr. 2004. New plant records for Bihar. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 28(3): 521-522.

3. Singh, R. Kr. 2005. Medicinal Plants of Valmiki Tiger Reserve (Bihar). J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 29(1): 1-17.

4. Singh, R. Kr. 2005. Additions to the Flora of West-Champaran district, Bihar. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 29(1): 187-189.

5. Singh, R. Kr. 2005. Some new plant records for Bihar. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 29(1): 190 – 191.

6. Singh, R. Kr. 2007. Floristic Wealth of Valmiki National Park, Bihar – An Overview. Indian J. For. 30(2): 159-166.

7. Singh, R. Kr. & P. G. Diwakar 2007. Gregarious flowering of Strobilanthes callosus Nees in Western Ghats. Indian J. Forest. 30(4): 553-555.

8. Singh, R. Kr. & P. S. N. Rao 2008. The Genus Ischaemum L. (Poaceae) in India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 32(4): 797-838.

9. P. G. Diwakar & R. Kr. Singh 2009. Canscora sanjappae (Gentianaceae) – A new species from Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka, India. Indian J. Forest. 32(2): 337-342.

10. Singh, R. Kr. & P. G. Diwakar 2009. Notes on the identity and taxonomic status of some species and infraspecific taxa of Genus Pittosporum Banks. ex Soland. (Pittosporaceae). J. Non-Timber Forest Products. 16(3): 211-214.

11. Singh, R. Kr., S. Singh & H. J. Chowdhery 2009. Medicinal plants used by tribals of Palamau Tiger Reserve, Palamau District, Jharkhand. J. Non-Timber Forest Products. 16(3): 245-248.

12. Diwakar, P. G. & R. Kr. Singh 2010. Rediscovery of Canscora stricta Sedgw. (Gentianaceae) – a little known, strict endemic and threatened taxon from Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka. Indian J. Forest. 33 (1): 97-98.

13. Singh, R. Kr. & P. G. Diwakar 2010. Notes on some species of Genus Arenaria L. (Caryophyllaceae). Indian J. Forest. 33(3): 429-536.

14. Singh, R. Kr. & P. G. Diwakar 2010. The Genus Lobelia L. (Lobeliaceae) in India. Indian J. Forest. 33(4): 625-634.

15. Diwakar, P. G. & R. Kr. Singh 2011. A new variety of Ceropegia attenuata Hook. (Asclepiadaceae) from Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka, India. Indian J. Forest. 34(2): 209-212.

16. Singh, R. Kr. 2011. Zingiber diwakarianum (Zingiberaceae) – a new species from North Western Ghats, India. Indian J. Forest. 34(2): 245-248.

17. Singh, R. Kr. & P. G. Diwakar 2011. Canscora devendrae (Gentianaceae) – a new species from Western Ghats, India. Indian J. Forest. 34(2): 249-252.

18. Singh, R. Kr. & A. Garg 2013. Denuded type locality of endangered dwarf grass Isachne mysorensis Sundararagh. – its reoccurrence in western Karnataka. Curr. Sci. 104(8): 995-996.

19. Singh, R. Kr., A. Garg& P. G. Diwakar 2013. Discovery of Manmanhara, the largest flattened plateau of Karnataka and second largest in India. Curr. Sci. 105(1): 12-13.

20. Singh, R. Kr., A. Garg & P. G. Diwakar 2013. Cryptocoryne cognata Schott and Rotala ritchiei (C.B. Clarke) Koehne – the critically endangered aquatic herbs on verge of extinction. Curr. Sci. 105(4): 437-438.

21. Garg, A., R. Kr. Singh, S. L. Gupta, V. Singh & Y. A. Siddiqui 2013. The Gangetic dolphins plead for mercy. Curr. Sci. 105(7): 887-888.

22. Garg, A. & R. Kr. Singh 2013. Additions to the flora of West-Bengal from Darjeeling district. Indian J. Forest. 36(3): 363-364.

23. Singh, V., Mishra, S. & R. Kr. Singh 2013. Preliminary phytochemical investigation of whole plant of Rumex dentatus L. (Polygonaceae). J. Non-Timber Forest Products. 20(4): 253-256. 

24. Singh, R. Kr. & A. Garg 2014. The translocated Kurdi Angod sacred site – a conservatory of RET plants of the Western Ghats. Curr. Sci. 106(1): 11-12.

25. Garg, A., Singh, V. & R. Kr. Singh 2014. Economically valuable wild plant resources of Nawabgunj Bird Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh. J. Non-Timber Forest Products 21(2): 99-104.

26. Singh, R. Kr., Patil, S. & J. S. Jalal 2014. Resurrecting the type locality of Ceropegia odorata (Apocynaceae) after 175 years. Taprobanica 6(2): 79-82.

27. Singh, R. Kr., Jalal, J. S. & C. R. Jadhav 2014. Solanum diphyllum (Solanaceae) in India. Taprobanica 6(2): 140.

28. Singh, R. Kr. 2014. New plant records for Karnataka state from Mookambika Wildlife sanctuary. Indian J. Forest. 37(3): 329-332.

29. Singh, R. Kr. & A. Garg 2014. Parthenium hysterophorus L. – neither noxious nor an obnoxious weed. Indian Forester 140(12) : 1260-1262.


Articles in Book:

1. Singh, R. Kr. & H. J. Chowdhery 2007. Valmiki Tiger Reserve in Sanjappa et al (eds.), Floral Diversity of Tiger Reserves of India, BSI, Kolkata 107-123.


Papers: Hindi

1. Singh, R. Kr. 2006. Bargad Ka Ped. Vanaspati Vani. 15: 46-48.

2. Singh, R. Kr., V. Singh & Y. A. Siddiqui 2013. Darakhte Miswak: Salvadora persica. Vanaspati Vani. 22: 68-69.

3. Singh, R. Kr. & V. Singh 2013. Valmiki Bhagh Abhayaranya, Paschim Champaran, Bihar Ki Vanaspatic Vividhata. Vanaspati Vani. 22: 15-19.

4. Singh, R. Kr. 2014. Mookambika Van-Jeev Abharanya, Udupi, Karnataka ki vanaspatic vividhata. Vanaspati Vani. 23: 21-25.

5. Singh, R. Kr., V. Singh & S. L. Gupta 2014. Bhartiya Vanaspati Sarvechan, Madhya Chetriya Kendra, Allahabad ke Vanaspatic Udyan ki padap vividhata. Vanaspati Vani. 23: 34-44. 


 

R. Kr. Singh

Botanist

Botanical Survey of India,

Central Regional Centre, Govt. of India, MoEF

10-Chattham Lines

Allahabad – 211 002. 


 

 

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