Details of
Publications:
 
Books: 2,
Chapters: 2, Research Papers: 37, Articles: 2

 

I.            
Books:

 

1.     
T. Husain, A. Garg & Priyanka
Agnihotri.
2010. Genus Pedicularis L. (Scrophulariaceae) in India (A
revisionary study). Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun. India.

 

2.     
T. Husain, B. Datt, L. B. Chaudhary, Priyanka Agnihotri & A. Asthana. 2013. Plant diversity in Bhimbetka
World Heritage Site, Madhya Pradesh. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun.
India.

 

II.               
Chapter in Books:

 

1.    T. Husain, Priyanka
Agnihotri
, P. Singh, J.N. Singh, S.
Kumar & A. Tiwari. 2009. Use of molecular markers in Biosystematics. In:
Molecular Plant Breeding: Principle, Method and Application. (Eds. R.K. Singh,
Rajesh Singh, Guoyou Ye, A. Selvi and G.P. Rao) Studium Press, LLC, Texas, USA.
409-419.

 

2.   
T.
Husain,
Priyanka
Agnihotri
& H. Singh. 2012. Role
of Sacred groves in the perspectives of biodiversity conservation with special
reference to Kumaon Himalaya. In: Biodiversity of Horticultural Crops, (Ed.
K.V. Peter) Vol. IV. 69-93. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi.
 
 

III.            
Papers Published in
Reputed National & International Journals
:

 

1.      T.
Husain, A. Garg & Priyanka Agnihotri. 2004. Yumthang – Less known
valley of flowers. Current Science 87(9): 1166.

 

2.      T.
Husain & Priyanka Agnihotri. 2006. Rare taxa of Pedicularis
L. (Scrophulariaceae) known only by their type collection in India. Geobios 33(1): 94-96.

 

3.      T.
Husain, A. Garg, Priyanka Agnihotri & Robert. R. Mill. 2006. A
revision of Pedicularis series Curvipes
(Prain) Hurus. (Orobanchaceae).
Edinb.
J. Bot.
63 (1): 49-65.

 

4.      T. Husain & Priyanka Agnihotri. 2006.
Geographical distribution of Pedicularis
L. (Scrophulariaceae) in India. Newsletter of Himalayan Botany No. 37:
25-33.

 

5.      Priyanka
Agnihotri.
2007. Pedicularis
microcalyx
Hook. f. (Scrophulariaceae) – A less known
species from Eastern Himalaya.  Geobios
34 (1): 97-98.

 

6.      T.
Husain & Priyanka Agnihotri. 2007.
Taxonomic notes on Pedicularis L. series Robustae Prain
(Scrophulariaceae). J. Eco. Taxon. Bot. 31 (3): 696-700.

 

7.      Priyanka Agnihotri, T.
Husain & S.D. Maliya. 2007. Aquatic flora of some notified bird sanctuaries
of Uttar Pradesh.  Indian Forester. 134 (10): 1398 – 1401.

 

8.      Priyanka Agnihotri.
2007. Pollination ecology of two hemiparasitic species of Pedicularis L.
(Scrophulariaceae) from the high reaches of the Himalayas. New Botanists. 34 (1-4): 89-98.

 

9.      Priyanka
Agnihotri,
T. Husain & H. Singh. 2009.
Nakuleshwar: A newly discovered sacred grove from  Pithoragarh 
District. Sci. & Cult. 75 (1-2): 42.

 

10.  T. Husain & Priyanka
Agnihotri
. 2009. Invasive Alien
species and climate change. In: Proceedings of National Conference on Invasive
Alien species: A threat to native Biodiversity. pp. 36-39. U.P. State
Biodiversity Board.

 

11.  Priyanka Agnihotri & T. Husain. 2009. Analysis of species diversity
in Pedicularis associations of
Eastern Himalaya. Indian Journal of
Forestry
. 32(1):165-170.

 

12.  Priyanka Agnihotri & T. Husain. 2009.  A new variety of Pedicularis pectinata (Scrophulariaceae) from Himalaya. Phytotaxonomy.
8: 13-20.

 

13.  T. Husain & Priyanka Agnihotri.
2009.
Pedicularis cheilanthifolia Schrenk (Scrophulariaceae) complex in
the Indian Himalaya. 
Phytotaxonomy. 8: 62-64.

 

14.  Priyanka Agnihotri
& T. Husain. 2009. Effect of climate change on the phenology of Hypericum
oblongifolium
Choisy (Hypericaceae). Geobios. 36(4): 317-318.

 

15.  T.
Husain & Priyanka Agnihotri. 2009.  Berberis glaucocarpa Stapf.
(Berberidaceae) reported for the first time from Nainital Hills of Kumaon
Himalaya. Flora and Fauna
. 15(2): 357-358.

 

16.  H. Singh,
T. Husain
&
Priyanka Agnihotri. 2010. Newly reported Haat Kali
sacred grove, Central Himalaya, Uttarakhand. Curr. Sci.
 98 (3):
290.

 

17.  T.
Husain, B. Datt, L.B. Chaudhary, A. Asthana & Priyanka Agnihotri. 2010. Floristic diversity of Bhimbetka World
Heritage Site (Madhya Pradesh) – An over view. Indian Forester.  134 (2):
215 – 223.

 

18.   Priyanka Agnihotri, S. Sharma, V. Dixit,
H. Singh & T. Husain. 2010. Newly reported sacred groves from Kumaon
Himalaya. Curr. Sci. 99 (8):
996-997.
 

 

19.  T. Husain, Priyanka
Agnihotri
, A.K. Paliwal &
M.Singh. 2010. Global Climate Change Impact on Species Distribution in
Nainital: A Future Challenge. In:
 Advancement Science and Technology. (Eds.
Mahipal Singh & A.K. Paliwal). Jagdamba Publishing Co. New Delhi. 142-153.

 

20.  T. Husain,
H. Singh, P.C. Pande, A.K. Paliwal & Priyanka Agnihotri 2010. Role of Sacred Groves in Biodiversity
Conservation – A case study from Haat Kali sacred grove, Pithoragarh
(Uttarakhand). In:
 Advancement Science and Technology. (Eds.
Mahipal Singh & A.K. Paliwal). Jagdamba Publishing Co. New Delhi.  85-89.

 

21.  S.K.
Jain, M.K. Vasudeva Rao & Priyanka Agnihotri. 2010. Name changes in some
more common economic plants. Phytotaxonomy.
9 (2009): 99-108.

 

22.  T. Husain & Priyanka Agnihotri.
2010.
Typification of some Pedicularis (Scrophulariaceae)
species from the Himalaya. 
Phytotaxonomy. 9 (2009): 114-115.

 

23.  H. Singh,
Priyanka Agnihotri, P.C.
Pande & T. Husain. 2011. Biodiversity conservation through traditional
beliefs system in Indian Himalaya: A case study from Nakuleshwar Sacred Grove.
Environmentalist. 31 (3) : 246-253.

 

24.  Priyanka Agnihotri, H. Singh & T. Husain. 2012. Patalbhuvneshwar: a new sacred grove
from Kumaon Himalaya.
Curr. Sci. 102 (6): 830-831.

 

25.  Priyanka Agnihotri, S. Sharma, V.
Dixit, H. Singh & T. Husain. 2012. Conserved patches of ethnic flora in
Kumaon Himalaya. Indian Forester. 138
(4): 371-375.

 

26.  Priyanka Agnihotri & T. Husain.2012.
A supplement to the flora of Nainital, Uttarakhand. Indian Forester. 138(9):812-818.

 

27.  H. Singh, Priyanka Agnihotri, P.C. Pande & T. Husain. 2012
(published 2013). Ethnoboatnical diversity in
Patalbhuvneshwar sacred
grove of Kumaon Himalaya (Uttarakahnd). Ethnobotany.
24 (1&2): 75-78.

 

28.  H. Singh, Priyanka Agnihotri, P.C. Pande & T. Husain. 2013. Role of
traditional knowledge in conserving biodiversity: A case study from
Patalbhuvneshwar
sacred grove, Kumaon Himalaya, India. J.
Biodiversity Management & Forestry
. 2.2. doi no.10.4172/2327-4417.1000108.

 

29.  Priyanka Agnihotri & T. Husain.
2013. An overview of genus Saxifraga
L. in Indian Himalayas. Annals of Plant
Sciences
. 2(8): 278-283.

 

30. 
Priyanka Agnihotri, M. Semwal, H.Singh, T.
Husain. 2013. A
Glimpse of Vegetation and Threatened Medicinal Plant Diversity of Govind
Wildlife Sanctuary, Garhwal Himalaya.
J. Biodiversity
Management & Forestry
. 2:4.
doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2327-4417.1000116
 

 

31.  Priyanka Agnihotri, V. Dixit, H. Singh,
A.K. Paliwal and T. Husain.
2014. Rare and endemic taxa of Leucas (Lamiaceae) in India. Journal
of Threatened Taxa
6(2): 5507-5511.
DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.03946.5512

 

32.  *V.Srivastava,
K.Mishra, T. Husain and Priyanka
Agnihotri
. 2014. Karyotypic analysis in Western Himalayan species of Berberis L. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences.
5 (2). 1244-1251. (IF-
0.35).

 

33.  *
V. Dixit, D. K.
Purshottam, Priyanka Agnihotri, T.
Husain & P. Misra. 2014.  A highly
efficient Shoot organogenesis system of Acorus calamus L. – a threatened
medicinal plant of Indian Himalaya. The
Experiment
. 21(1): 1453-1461. (IF-
0.27).

 

34.  *H.
Singh, Tariq Husain and Priyanka Agnihotri, P.C. Pande and S. Khatoon. 2014. An
Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used in sacred groves of Kumaon
Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India.
Journal of Ethnopharmacology,
doi
: 
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2014.03.026i    (IF-2.955).

 

35.  *K.Mishra,
V.Srivastava, T. Husain and Priyanka
Agnihotri
. 2014. Cytological studies on few Berberis L. Species. Research
Journal of Chemical and Environmental Sciences
. 2 (1) :80-84.

 

36.  Priyanka Agnihotri, V. Dixit and T. Husain. 2014. Conspectus of the
genus Veronica Linnaeus (Plantaginaceae) in India. Pleione 8(1): 9-16.

 

37.  Priyanka Agnihotri, D. Husain and T. Husain. 2014. A new species of
the genus Delphinium (Ranunculaceae)
from Lahul valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. Phytotaxa. 186 (5)- 287-291. (IF-
1.
79).
 
 

IV
Popular Article :
 

1.      Priyanka Agnihotri. 2009. Impact of climate
change on the vegetation of Nainital and its surroundings. NBRI Newsletter.
36 (2). 25-31.

 

2.      Priyanka Agnihotri, H. Singh & T. Husain. 2012. Sacred groves: A religious
platform for biodiversity conservation. Environews. 18 (3). 6-8.


 
 

Dr.Priyanka Agnihotri
Scientist
Plant Diversity, Systematics & Herbarium Division
CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute
Rana Pratap Marg
Lucknow – 226001 

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