List of Publication of Dr.
B.L. Yadav,

FBS,FIFS,FIAES,FIAT.FLS

Department of Botany,
MLV Govt. College, BHILWARA – 311001, Rajasthan, India

 

1.      Morphology
and histochemistry of stomata of Ophioglossum
L. Phytomorphology 1980,
30 : 403-406.

2.      Effect
of Various light qualities on the morphological features of Ophioglossum
petiolatum
Hook. Scientia 1979-80, 22-23 : 38-42.

3.      Temperature
and pigment degradation in Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum
L. Sci.
& Cult. 1983, 49:246-247.

4.      Spike
and sporangial abnormalities in Ophioglossum
of Rajasthan, India. Brit.
Fern. Gaz. 1984, 121.

5.      Pollution
– A burning problem of the present day. Scientia 1983-84, 26-27 : 63-64.

6.      Morphology
of tracheary elements of Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum
L. J. Indian
Bot. Soc. 1984. (Supplement), 32.

7.      Effect
of hyperthermia on membrane permeability and stability of photosynthetic
pigments of some fern species of Rajasthan J.Indian Bot. Soc. 1984,
63(Supplement) : 33.

8.      Bio-Energy
potential of Rajasthan flora with special reference to Ajmer region. National
Seminar on Bio-Energy Education, 1985.

9.      SEM
studies of Sporoderm of Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum
L. Proc. 73rd
session Indian Sci. Contg. Assoc. New Delhi, 1986, Part-III, Sec. IV 23-24 .

10.  Pteridophytes
of Kundakhoh Rajasthan, India, Proc. 73rd session Indian Sci. Cong. Assoc. New
Delhi 1986, Part-III Sec. IV, 24 (Jointly with Sharma & Verma).

11.  Tracheidal
morphology of Rajasthan Ophioglossum
. Indian Fern J. 1985 2 : 93-97.

12.  Mechanism
of draught endurance of some Rajasthan ferns. Indian Fern J. 1985. 2 : 90-92.

13.  Experimental
induction of bunds on isolated root segments of Ophioglossum
J. Indian
Bot. Soc. 1985 (Supplement) 39.

14.  Effect of
hyperthermia on cell membrande permeability of Ophioglossum
J. Indian
Bot. Soc. 1985 (Supplement).

15.  Drought
resistance in Rajasthan Ophioglossum
. Symp. Recent Adv. Indian Bryology
& Pteridology, Hyderabad, 1985.

16.  Interesting
anatomical features of fern genus Ophioglossum
L. of Rajasthan, Natl.
Symp. Biology of Indian Ptoridophytes. Patiala 1986.

17.  Distribution,
ecology and taxonomy of genus Ophioglossum
, L. in Rajasthan Natl. Symp.
Biology of Indian Pteridophytes, Patiala 1986. 26.

18.  A census of
pteridophytes of Haroti Plateau, Rajasthan, India 1986. Natl. Symp. on Biology
of Indian Pteridophytes, Patiala, 31.

19.  Effect of
growth regulators on the sporophyte growth of Ophioglossum
L. 1986 : J.
Indian. Bot. Soc. 65 (Supplement): 39.

20.  A
comparative investigations of amino acids and free proline of some Rajasthan
ferns 
1986. Bionature 6 : 42-44.

21.  Problems of
eutrophication in lakes of Bhilwara. 1989 : In L.N. Vyas & R.K. Garg (Eds)
Wetland and conservation. PP 227-231.

22.  Amino acid
analysis of Rajasthan Ophioglossum
. VII Annual conference of Indian
Council of Chemist. Gwalior 1987 : PP 7.

23.  A study of
growth hormones on sporophyte of Ophioglossum
L. 1989 : Adv. Plant Sci.
2 : 130-133.

24.  SEM Studies
of Sporoderm of Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum
L. 1989 :
Phytomorphology : 39 : 209-212.

25.  Ecological
studies of Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum
L. 1988. Second Natl. Conf.
on Pteridology, Lacknow PP 25-26.

26.  Phytochemical
studies of Rajasthan Ophioglossum
, 1989. Internal Symp. on Present and
future perspectives in Pteridology, Jaipur PP 90-91.

27.  Endangered
state of Adder’s Tongue fern in Rajasthan, 1989. Internal Symposium on
Environmental impact on Biosystems, Madras.

28.  Ecological
studies on Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum
L. Indian F.J. 1990, 7 :
44-48.

29.  Phytochemical
studies of Rajasthan species of Ophioglossum
L. Aspects of Plant
Sciences 1992, 14 : 451-458.

30.  Some New
localities of Ophioglossum
in Rajasthan. Nat. Symp. Pteri. JNV Univ.
Jodhpur October 5-7, 1995 PP 4.20.

31.  Effect of
hyperthermia on cell membrane permeability of Ophioglossum
L. Indian
F.J. 1994; 11 : 94-96.

32.  Some
interesting Anatomical features of Rajasthan Ophioglossum
. Natl. Symp.
Res. Pteridology Jodhpur-1995.

33.  Sleep
movement in Marsilea
Natl. Symp. Pter. JNV Univ. Jodhpur Oct., 5-7, 1995
PP 4.18.

34.  Rol of some
Xerophytic Ferns in soil Consevation in National Conference on Environment and
Ec-Development of Pushkar Valley Rajasthan, 1997. PP 76.

35.  Pteridophytic
flora of Rajasthan An urgent need of conservation. Natl. Conf. Degrad, Environ.
2000 PP 16.

36.  Reclamation
of wasteland caused by Mica mining. Natl. Conf. Degrad. Environ, Aug. 2000, PP
19.

37.  Micro
ecological studies of ferns of south eastern Rajasthan. Natl Conf. Degrad
environ, Aug. 2000 PP 25.

38.  Ophioglossum
L. in Rajasthan – Taxonomy and distribution. In P.C. Trivedi’s (Ed.) Advances
in pteridology 2002, 248-267 Pointer Publishes, Jaipur.

39.  Asplenium
Dulhausae
a new record for Rajasthan. Indian F.J. 2002 19 : 94-96.

40.  Comparative
effects of hyperthermia on cell membrane permeability of some ferns Bionature
2003, 23 : 65-67.

41.  Cytology of
Isoetes
from Rajasthan. Indian fern Journal 2004, 21 : 19-12

42.  Cytological
studies on Rajasthan species of Aspleniuml L.
Indian fern Journal
2004, 21: 23-25.

43.  Cytological
studies on Ceratopteris thelictroides
(L) Brougn. from of Rajasthan
western India. Indian fern Journal 2005, 22: 112-114.

44.  Effect of
hyperthermia on cell membrane permeability of some fern taxa of Rajasthan
Indian fern Journal 2005, 22: 121-123.

45.  Isoetes L.
in Rajasthan. Study of effect of hyperthermia on cell membrane permeability.
Indian Fern J. 2005, 22: 157-159.

46.  Hyperthermia
and cell membrane permeability in some common ferns of Rajasthan. J. Indian
Bot. Soc. 2005, 84: 54-56.

47.  Germination
of fern spores under variable temperature and red light. Bionature 2005, 25:
143-146

48.  In vitro
callus response of rhizome of Isoetes tuberculata an endemic
pteridophyte. J. cell & tissue research 2005, 5(3): 14.

49.  Some
traditional ethnomedicinal plants of Bhilwara National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation, Cultivation, Processing and Marketing of Medicinal and aromatic
plants. MPUAT, Udaipur 8-10 March, 2006 PP 71 :

50.  Some
traditional ethnomedicinal plants of Sourthern Rajasthan XXIX All India
Botanical Conference. MLS Univ. Udaipur 9-11 Oct., 2006 PP 79 :

51.  Phoenix
sylvestris multipurpose tree in rural areas of Sourthern Rajasthan. All India
Seminar on advances in Botanical, Biotechnological and microbiological
researches in India during last decade (1996-2006) MN Institute of applied
sciences, Bikaner 26-28 Dec. 2006 PP 94 :

52.  Pteridophytic
diversity in Rajasthan All India Seminar on advances in Botanical,
Biotechnological and micro biological researches in India during last decade
(1996-2006) MNIAS Bikaner, 26-28 Dec., 06 PP 94 A :

53.  Traditional
ethnomedicinal plants of southern Rajasthan All India Seminar on advances in
Botanical, Biotechnological and micro biological researches in India during
last decade (1996-2006) MNIAS Bikaner, 26-28 Dec., 06 PP 75 :

54.  Pteridophytic
flora of Rajasthan – present status. National Conference on Biodiversity
Conservation MLV Govt. College, Bhilwara, 21-22 Sept., 2006 PP 8 :

55.  Some rare
and threatened plants of Rajasthan India National conference on biodiversity
conservation MLV Govt. College Bhilwara, 21-22 Sept., 06 PP 15

56.  Application
of tissue culture technique in conservation of endemic pteridophytic taxa of
Rajasthan National conference on biodiversity Conservation. MLV Govt. College,
Bhilwara 21-22 Sept. 2006 PP 19 :

57.  Floristic
diversity of Bhilwara tehsil, Rajasthan, India National conference on
biodiversity Conservation. MLV Govt. College, Bhilwara 21-22 Sept. 2006 PP 22 :

58.  Some
important medicinal plants of Bhilwara District, Rajasthan India National
conference on biodiversity Conservation. MLV Govt. College, Bhilwara 21-22
Sept. 2006 PP 25 :

59.  Impact of
anthropogenic activities on pteridophytic diversity in Rajasthan. National
Conf. on Environ. Impact Assess. Govt. College, Ajmer 26-27 Feb., 2007 PP 59.

60.  Effect of Lantana
camara
L. on biodiversity of ferns. Proc. Natl. Conf. Biodiversity Conser.
2006, 15-17.

61.  Floristic
Diversity of Bhilwara Tehsil, Rajasthan, India Proc. Natl. Conf. Biodiversity
Conser. 2006, 26-30.

62.  Pteridophytic
flora of Rajasthan – Present Status. Proc. Natl. Conf. Biodiversity Conser.
2006, 49-53.

63.  Some rare
and threatened plants of Rajasthan, India. Proc. Natl. Conf. Biodiversity
Conser. 2006, 70-74.

64.  Some
Important Medicinal Plants of Bhilwara District, Rajasthan, India. Proc. Natl.
Conf. Biodiversity Conser. 2006, 84-89.

65.  Ethnomedicinal
plants of Rajasthan. In P. C. 
Trivedi’s(Ed) . Ethnomedicinal plants of India Aavishkar publishers and
Distributer’s Jaipur.2007:33-44.

66. Ethnomedicines
in Tribal Rajasthan. 17th
Annual Conference of Indian Association
for Angiosperm Taxonomy and International Seminar on Changing Scenario in
Angiosperm Systematics Date 19-21 Nov,2007 Pp 159.

67. Wealth
of Ptridophytic Biodiversity in Rajasthan-Present scenario. National conference
on Regional desperity. M. L. V. GCB 11-13 JAN.2008.

68.  Angiospermic diversity of district bhilwara,
Rajasthan. International seminar on role of plant taxonomy in
Biodiversity Management and Human. Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun. pp.
29. 2008.

69.  Angiospermic Flora of District Bhilwara Rajasthan,
India. XIX Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy
(IAAT) and International Symposium on “Angiosperm Systematic &
Phylogeny: Retrospects
&
Prospects”. National Botanical
Research Institute (CSIR), Lucknow. pp. 34. Nov. 12 – 14,2009.

 

70 Traditional
ethnomedicinal plants of District Pratap garh Rajasthan.
International
seminar
on role of plant taxonomy in Biodiversity Management and Human.
Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun. pp. 34. 2008.

71  Some
Ethnomedicinal plants used in sexual disorders in southern Rajasthan. XXXI All
India Botanical Conference and International Symposium
on Plant Biology and
Environment: Changing Scenario. University of Allahabad, Allahabad pp: 122-123
(Dec 17 – 19,2008).

72.  Effect of hyperthermia on cell membrane permeability
of some leptosporangiate ferns of Rajasthan XXXI All India Botanical
Conference and International Symposium
on Plant Biology and Environment:
Changing Scenario. University of Allahabad, Allahabad (Dec 17 – 19 2008).

73.  Pteridophytic diversity of Rajasthan-An urgent need of
Conservation. International Symposium on future perspective in pteridology.
27-29 Nov. 2008, 29-30 NBRI Lucknow.

74.  Floral resources of Rajasthan with special reference
to Sitamata wildlife sanctuary. Geographical aspects (proceedings of the 35th
National conference of Rajasthan geography Association). ML V Government
College, Bhilwara. Vol. IX: 56 – 65 (2008).

75.  Conservation of ethnomedicinal diversity by Grassia
tribe in district Sirohi, Rajasthan Nat. conf biot. pp 99 (11 – 12 Dec.
2009 Kota).

76. Biodiversity assessment and strategies for
conservation with special reference to pteridophytes of Rajasthan Nat. conf
biot.
pp 100 (11 – 12 Dec., 2009 Kota).

77.  Solanum
sisymbriifolium
Lam. (Solanaceae)- Anew recored for Rajasthan India.
J Eco. and Taxa. Bot 32(3):749-753,2008.

78. 
Senna uniflora
(Mill.) Irwin
& Barneby
(Leguminosae: Ceasalpinioideae ) – A New Record for Rajasthan. Natural
Product Radiance.
Vol. 8 (5): 525-527. 2009

79.  Ferns
and fern allies of Bundi and Kota districts of Rajasthan, India
Indian Fern.
J. 26:149-160, 2009.

80.  Cytology
of some ferns of Rajasthan Fern Indian J
26:196-199, 2009.

81.  Cytology of four species of Ophioglossum from
Rajasthan,India. Indian Fern
J 26:185-191,2009.

82.  Cleome burmannii (Cleomaceae): A New Record to the fl ora of Rajasthan, India. Rheedea.
Vol.
19(1): 65 – 66,2009

83.  Some
Traditional Ethnomedicinal Plants of Southern Rajasthan. Indian journal of
traditional knowledge,
09(1): 169-172,2010.

84. A Pink Brown
Ophioglossum L. (Ophioglossaceae) from Rajasthan (India) Bionature,2010,  30(1) : 47 – 49

85  A new pink brown Ophioglossum
(Ophioglossaceae) from India Bull Natl
Mus Nat sci Ser
B, 2010, 36(4):
155 – 159

87  Study on the distributionand current status of pteridophytes in
Rajasthan, India.
5th
Symposium on Asian Pteridology and Fern show
15 – 21 Nov. 2010 pp 33 – 34.

88  Study on the distribution and current status of pteridophytes in
Rajasthan, India. J. Fairylake Bot Gard
2010, 9(3 -4): 35 – 39

89  Biodiversity assessment and strategies for conservation with
special reference to pteridophytes of Rajasthan. Natl. Sem. Biotech: a tool for Biodiversity conservation. Govt.
College, Kota, 2009, pp.100.

90  Conservation of ethnomedicinal diversity by Grassia tribes in
district Sirohi, Rajasthan. Natl. Sem.
Biotech: a tool for Biodiversity conservation.
Govt. College, Kota, 2009,
pp.99.

91  Traditional ethnomedicinal plants used to treat sexual disease and
birth control by tribals in southern Rajasthan, India. Inter. Con. Folk and Herbal medicine, M.L.S. Univ. Udaipur,
Rajasthan, India.Nov. 25 – 27, 2010, PP 39

92  Ethnomedicinal wisdom of grassia tribe in Rajasthan, India. Inter. Conf. Folk and Herbal medicine,
M.L.S. Univ. Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.Nov. 25 – 27, 2010, PP 30

93  Observations on fern genus
Ophioglossum
from Rajasthan, India. Inter.Natl
Symp. On ferns and fern allies.
Institute of Himalayan Bioresource
Technology, Palampur(H.P.) India. 10 – 12 Nov. 2010.

94  Selaginella reticulata – A new record to the pteridophytic flora of
Rajasthan, India. Inter.Natl Symp. On
ferns and fern allies.
Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology,
Palampur(H.P.) India. 10 – 12 Nov. 2010.

95  Spigelia anthelmia L. (Spigeliaceae) – A new generic record to the
flora of Rajastahn. J. Indian bot. Soc.
2010, 89(3 – 4): 258 – 261.

96  Tacca leontopicaloides (L.) O.Kuntze (Taccaceae) – A new generic
record to the flora of rajastahn. Indian
J. Natural Product and Resources.
2010, 1(4): 512 – 514.

97  Studies on the ethnomedicinal plants conserved by the Grassia
tribes of Sirohi district of Rajasthan Indian J. Natural Product and Resources.2010, B 512 – 514.

98. Some ethnomedicinal plants
used by the Grasia tribe of district Sirohi, Rajasthan. IJTK 2011, 10(2): 354 – 357

99. Projected Impact of global
warming on the pteridophytic biodiversity of Rajasthan. Natl. Conf. Emer. Trends Adv. Chem. 2010

100. Ethnobotanical
observationson Madhuca indica J. F. Gamelin (Sapotaceae) in southern Rajasthan.
J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 2011. 35(1):  98 – 102

101. Composition and
biogeography of forest patches on the Aravilli ranges of district Bhilwara
Rajasthan. XI Intl, Conf. of IOPB, 02 – 04 Sept., 2010. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
Marathwada Univ. Aurangabad. pp.63.

102.  Biogeographical distribution and ecological
study of Commiphora wightii (Arn.) Bhandari, in Aravilli region of Rajasthan. XI Intl, Conf. of IOPB, 02 – 04 Sept., 2010.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada Univ. Aurangabad. pp.64.

103 Some ethnomedicinal plants used for
family planning and treatment of sexual disease in southern Rajasthan, India. 1
st
World Congress for man and nature 2011, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar,
India, pp 164

104 Pteridophytes as ethnomedicine in
southern Rajasthan, India, 1
st World Congress for man and nature
2011, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, India, pp 412

        105.   Cytology of three ferns of Rajasthan Indian Fern J. 29 : 196-201
(2012)

106. Biodiversity of pteridophytes in Rajasthan. Natl. Conf. Bio. Dep. Sept. 28 – 29, 2012 M.L.V. Government College
Bhilwara. Pp15

107. Pteridophytic Diversity in Hadauti region of Rajasthan. Natl.
Conf. Bio. Dep.
Sept. 28 – 29, 2012 M.L.V. Government College Bhilwara.
Pp17

108 Morphogenetic study on Isoetes tuberculata Gena & Bhardwaja
and Pteris vittata L.   Natl. Conf. Bio. Dep. Sept. 28 – 29,
2012 M.L.V. Government College Bhilwara. Pp27

109 Some important
medicinal plants of tehsil Shahpura of district Bhilwara. Natl. Conf. Bio. Dep. Sept. 28 – 29, 2012 M.L.V. Government College
Bhilwara. Pp40

110 some new records to the flora of rajasthan india. Natl. Conf. Bio. Dep. Sept. 28 – 29,
2012. M.L.V. Government College, Bhilwara. Pp82

112. Selaginella
reticulata
(Desv.) Spring (Selaginellaceae) – A new record to the             Pteridophytic flora of Rajasthan,
India J.B.N.H.S 2011, 108
(3)

113. Some new records to the flora of Rajasthan,
India. Proc. Natl. Conf. Biodiversity Dep.            Causes,
Consequences and solutions.
28 – 29 Sep. 2012. 25 – 33

114. Biodiversity of pteridophytes in Rajasthan.
India. Proc. Natl. Conf. Biodiversity Dep. Causes,
Consequences and solutions. 28 – 29 Sep. 2012. 195 – 197.

115. Some important medicinal plants of tehsil
Shahpura, District Bhilwara, Rajasthan Proc. Natl. Conf. Biodiversity Dep. Causes,
Consequences and solutions. 28 – 29 Sep. 2012. 117 – 121

116. Some ethnomedicinal plants used for family
planning and treatment of sexual disease in southern Rajasthan, India. In D. R.
Khanna, A.K. Chopra, R. Bhutiani Gaggan Matta & V. Singh (Eds.) Floral
Diversity and their Conservation 2013, 1 – 11.

117. Some new
additions to the pteridophytic biodiversity of Kumbhalgarh wild life sanctuary,
Rajasthan, National Conference on Ecological perspectives of rain water
harvesting and ground water recharge
. Govt. College, Ajmer, 3 – 4Jan.,2014,
pp49 – 50.

118. Heat and
drought resistance in some Rajasthan species of Selaginella Beauv. National
Conference on Ecological perspectives of rain water harvesting and ground water
recharge
. Govt. College, Ajmer, 3 – 4Jan.,2014, pp 30.

119. Some ethno-medicinal plants of Kumbhalgarh Wildlife
Sanctuary of Rajasthan, India.
National Conference  on geographical perspective of regional
development with special reference to Rajasthan, M.L.V. Government College,
Bhilwara, 9 = 11 October, 2014
 pp 32
 

120. Phtosynthetic
pigments and th3eir degradation under hyperthermia in two species of Selaginella
Beauv. from Rajasthan  Indian Fern J.
31:112 – 117, 2014
 

121. Pteridophytic
diversity of Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary of Rajasthan, India. Accepted for
publication in Photon Journal of Biodiversity.

 

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