LIST
OF PUBLICATIONS

OF

Prof. (Dr.) G. H. Dar

 

 

a) BOOKS  PUBLISHED

 

1.     
Dar, G. H., R. C. Bhagat
and M. A. Khan. 2002.

Biodiversity of the Kashmir Himalaya. Valley Book House, Srinagar, Kashmir. i-xiii +399 p.

 

2.     
Aman,
N., G. H. Dar and A. R. Naqshi.
2003.

Scrophulariaceae of the Kashmir Himalaya.Valley Book House, Srinagar, Kashmir. i-xi + 348p.                        

 


3. Dar, G. H. and Z. S.
Khan. 2007.


The Kashmir University Botanical Garden (KUBG): A
Profile
.
Centre for Plant Taxonomy, Department of
Botany, University of  
Kashmir. 
i-vi + 98 p.

 


4. Dar. G. H., Z. A.
Reshi, A. A. Khuroo and M. A. Shah (Editors). 2008.


Department
of

Botany: A Profile. The Botanical
Society, Department of Botany, University of 
Kashmir. 32 p.

 


5. Dar, G. H. and Z. A.
Reshi (Editors). 2009.



Souvenir and Abstract book on ‘National Conference on Biodiversity: Present
Status and Future Challenges
’. Department of Botany, University of Kashmir,
Srinagar. 123 p.

 

6.   Shabana, A., G. H. Dar and A. Q. Jhon. 2013.

Exotic Ornamental Flora of Kashmir: A Field Guide. Dominant
Publishers & Distributors Pvt Ltd, 4378/4-B, Murari Lal Street, Ansari Road,
Daryaganj, New Delhi-2. 420 p.

 


7. Haq, E. U., G. H. Dar, B. A. Wafai and
Jacob Koopman.


The Genus Carex
L. (Cyperaceae) in the Kashmir Himalaya, India: A Taxonomic Appraisal
. Bishen Singh
Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. (In press).

 


8. Dar, G. H., I. A.
Hamal and N. A. Malik.


Flora
of Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University Campus (Rajouri). [In press].
 

 


9. Dar, G. H.


Flora
of Kashmir – Sind Valley.
(Under preparation).

 

 

b) RESEARCH  PAPERS
 PUBLISHED

                                                            

1.           
Dar, G. H. and P.
Kachroo. 1982.

Plants of Karnah
(Kashmir, India).  J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 3 (3):
695-715.

 

2.           
Dar, G. H., P. Kachroo
and U. Dhar. 1983.

Weed flora of
cultivated fields of Srinagar, Kashmir Valley. Trop. Plant Sci. Res. 1 (2): 167-174.

 

3.           
Dar, G. H. and P.
Kachroo. 1983.

Mud wall flora
of Ganderbal, Kashmir. Trop. Plant Sci.
Res
. 1 (3): 205-209.

 

4.           
Dar, G. H. and P.
Kachroo. 1983.

Phenology of the
vegetation of Ganderbal, Kashmir. Trop.
Plant. Sci. Res.
1 (3): 231-234.

 

5.           
 Dar, G. H., P. Kachroo and U. Dhar. 1983.

Studies on the
vegetation of Ganderbal (Kashmir) I. Community 
characteristics. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 4 (3): 869-881.

 

6.           
 Dar, G. H. and A. R. Naqshi. 1984.

Some rare and
little known plants from Kashmir Himalaya. Biol.
Bull
. India 6 (2): 171-173.

 

7.           
 Dar, G. H. and A. R. Naqshi, 1984.

The correct
identity of Oenothera drummondii
Hook. f. (Onagraceae) from Kashmir Himalaya. Biol. Bull. India 6 (3):
311-312.

 

8.           
 Dar, G. H., Vir Jee, P. Kachroo and G. M.
Buth. 1984.

Ethnobotany of
Kashmir-I. Sind Valley. J. Econ. Tax. Bot.
5 (3): 668-675.

 

9.           
 Vir Jee, G.
H. Dar
, P. Kachroo and G. M. Buth. 1984.

Taxoethnobotanical
studies of the rural areas in district Rajouri (Jammu). J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 5 (4):
831-838.

 

10.       
Dar, G. H. and A. R.
Naqshi. 1985.

Two new Epilobium (Onagraceae) for Kashmir
Valley. Geobios New Reports 4 (2): 167-168.

 

11.       
Dar, G. H. and A. R.
Naqshi. 1985.

Chondrilla setulosa C. B. Clarke, A
new record for Kashmir Himalaya. Geobios
New Reports
4 (2): 172.

 

12.       
Dar, G. H. and A. R.
Naqshi. 1985.

Bothriospermum tenellum (Hornem.)
Fischer & Meyer (Boraginaceae) – A new record for Kashmir Himalaya. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Society 82 (3): 692-693.

 

13.       
Dar, G. H. and A. R.
Naqshi. 1987.

Two new plant
records from Sind Valley, Kashmir. Geobios
New Reports
6 (2): 172-174.

 

14.       
Naqshi,
A. R., G. H. Dar, G. N. Javeid and
P. Kachroo. 1988.

Malvaceae of
Jammu and Kashmir State, India. Ann.
Missouri Bot. Gard
. 75 (4):
1499-1524.

 

15.       
Naqshi,
A. R., M. Y. Malla and G. H. Dar.
1989.

Plants of
Ladakh-Nubra. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 13 (3): 539-560.

 

16.       
Dar, G. H. and A. R.
Naqshi. 1990.

New plant taxa
from the Sind Valley, Kashmir. J. Bombay
Nat. Hist. Society
87 (2):
274-279.

 

17.       
Dar, G. H., A. R. Naqshi
and Shoukat Ara. 1990.

Xanthium spinosum L. A new record for the Indian
subcontinent. J. Bombay Nat. Hist.
Society
87 (2): 329-331.

                                                                

18.       
Dar, G. H. and P.
Kachroo. 1992.

Floristic
diversity in Sind Valley (Kashmir). J.
Econ. Tax. Bot
. 16 (3): 647-652.

 

19.       
 Dar, G.
H
., A. R. Naqshi and Showkat Ara. 1995.

New records and
new taxa of flowering plants from Jammu and Kashmir State, 1970-1992. Oriental Science (special publication):
33-44.

 

20.       
Dar, G. H. 1996.

Longest-lived
tree? Science Reporter 33 (11): 5.

 

21.       
 Shoukat Ara, A. R. Naqshi and G. H. Dar. 1996. 

Genus Saxifraga L. (Saxifragaceae) in Kashmir
Himalaya. Oriental Science 1 (1):
27-33.

 

22.       
Christensen,
K. I. and G. H. Dar. 1997.

A morphometric
analysis of spontaneous and artificial hybrids of Pinus mugo x sylvestris
(Pinaceae). Nordic J. Botany 17 (1): 77-86.

 

23.       
 Dar,
G. H.

and S. Farooq. 1997.

How diverse is
biodiversity! Do we know? Oriental
Science
2 (1): 51-59

 

24.       
Dar, G. H. 1997.

Flower colour
variations in some plants of Kashmir Himalaya. Oriental Science 2 (2):
17-31.

 

25.       
 Banday, F. A., A. R. Naqshi and G. H. Dar. 1998.

Liverworts
(Hepaticae) of Kashmir Himalaya- a floristic survey. Oriental Science 3 (2):
1-6.
 

 

26.       
 Dar, G.
H
. and K. I. Christensen. 1999.

Habitat
diversity and zonality of vegetation in Sind Valley, Kashmir Himalaya. Nature and Biosphere 4 (1&2): 49-71.

 

27.       
Dar, G. H. 1999.

Flora. Pp.
36-51, in: Gazetteer of India, Jammu and
Kashmir State, Kashmir Region,
Vol. 1. 
State Gazetteers Unit, Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

28.       
Dar, G. H. 2000.

Floristic
diversity in India: an overview. Pp. 173-196, in: M. A. Khan and S. Farooq (Editors), Environment, Biodiversity and Conservation. P. H. Publishing House,
New Delhi.

 

29.       
Banday,
F. A., A. R. Naqshi and G. H. Dar. 2000.

Bryophytic
biodiversity of Srinagar (Kashmir). Oriental
Science
5 (2): 49-56.

 

30.       
Banday,
F. A., A. R. Naqshi and G. H. Dar. 2000.

New additions to
the moss flora of Kashmir Himalaya. Oriental
Science
5 (2): 57-64.

 

31.       
Dar, G. H and A.
R. Naqshi.
2001.

Threatened
flowering plants of the Kashmir Himalaya -A Checklist. Oriental Science 6 (1):
23-53.

 

32.       
Dar, G. H. and A. R.
Naqshi. 2002.

Plant resources
of Kashmir: diversity, utilization and conservation. Pp.109-122, in: A. K. Pandit (Editor), Natural Resources of Western Himalaya. Valley
Book House, Srinagar, Kashmir.

 

33.       
Aman,
N. and G. H. Dar. 2002.

A chemotaxonomic
study of some scrophulariaceous taxa in Kashmir. Nature and Biosphere 7(1&2):
32-38.

 

34.       
Aman,
N., A. R. Naqshi and G. H. Dar. 2002.

Pollen
morphology of some species of Scrophulariaceae. J. Indian bot. Soc. 81:
217-225.

 

35.       
Dar, G. H. and
K. I. Christensen. 2003.

Gymnosperms of
the Western Himalaya. 1. The genus Juniperus  (Cupressaceae). Pak. J. Bot. 35 (3):
283-311.

 

36.       
Christensen,
K. I. and G. H. Dar. 2003.

A morphometric
study of hybridization between Pinus mugo and Pinus sylvestris (Pinaceae).
Acta Horticulturae 615: 211-221.
 

 

37.       
 Aman, N. and G. H. Dar. 2003

Medicinal plants
in Scrophulariaceae from Kashmir Himalaya. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 27 (4):
914-921.

 

38.       
Khan,
Z. S., A. A. Khuroo and G. H.
Dar.
2004.

Ethnomedicinal Survey
of Uri, Kashmir Himalaya. Indian J.
Traditional Knowledge
3 (4): 351-357.

 

39.       
Khuroo, A. A., G. H. Dar, Z. S Khan and A. R
Naqshi. 2004.

Floristic
diversity in the Phanerogams of Langate, Kupwara (J & K). J. Econ.
Taxon. Bot.
28 (3): 532-544.

 

40.       
Aman,
N., A. R. Naqshi and G. H. Dar. 2004.

Scrophulariaceae
of Kashmir Himalaya – a Checklist. Oriental
Science
9(1): 17-30.

 

41.       
Khuroo, A. A., G. H. Dar and Z. S. Khan.
2005.

Vegetation
studies in varied spatial habitats of Langate, Kashmir Himalaya. The Indian Forester 131 (7): 953-958.

 

42.       
Dar, A. R. and G.
H. Dar
. 2005. 

Note on the
occurrence of Taxodium distichum 
(L.) Rich. (Taxodiaceae) in Kashmir Himalaya.  The Indian Forester 131 (7):
967-968.

 

43.       
Khan,
Z. S., G. H. Dar, A. A. Khuroo
and A. R. Naqshi. 2005.

Vegetation
profile along varied spatial habitats in Uri, Kashmir Himalaya. Pp. 171-177, in:
A. K. Pandey, Jun Wen & J. V. V. Dogra (Editors), Plant Taxonomy:
Advances
and Relevance. CBS Publishers & Distributors, New
Delhi.

 

44.       
Khuroo, A. A., G. H. Dar and Z. S. Khan.
2005.

Species richness
of Angiosperms in Langate, Kashmir Himalaya. Pp. 217-221, in: A. K. Pandey,
Jun Wen & J. V. V. Dogra (Editors), Plant Taxonomy: Advances and
Relevance
. CBS Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi.

 

45.       
Khuroo, A. A., G. H. Dar, Z. S. Khan and
Z. A. Reshi. 2005.

Observations on Gentiana kurroo Royle, a Critically
Endangered medicinal plant from the Kashmir Himalaya. Endangered Species Update 22
(4): 139-143.

 

46.       
Khan,
Z. S., G. H. Dar and A. A.
Khuroo
. 2006.

Medicinal plants
of Uri, Kashmir Himalaya: An Ethnobotanical Perspective. Pp. 54-67, in:
A Wanganeo & R. K. Langer (Editors), Trends in Biodiversity &
Aquaculture. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi.

 

47.       
Dar, T. H. and G. H. Dar. 2006.

Economic potential of Portulaca
oleracea
L. (Portulacaceae) : what do we know? Pp. 83-100,
in
:
A Wanganeo & R. K. Langer (Editors), Trends in Biodiversity &
Aquaculture. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi.
 

 

48.       
Dar, A. R. and G. H. Dar. 2006.

Taxonomic
appraisal of conifers of Kashmir Himalaya. Pak.
J. Biol. Sci
. 9 (5): 859-867.

 

49.       
Dar, A. R. and G. H. Dar. 2006. 

The Wealth of
Kashmir Himalaya- Gymnosperms. Asian J.
Plant Sci
. 5(2): 251-259.

 

50.       
Jabeen,
N., A. S. Shawl, G. H. Dar, Arif
Jan, and Phalesteen Sultan. 2006. 

Callus induction
and organogenesis from explants of Aconitum
heterophyllum
– a medicinal plant. Biotechnology
5 (3): 287-291.

 

51.       
Dar, G. H. 2006.

Networking of
botanic gardens: experiences from Indian Botanic Garden Network. Pp. 6-16, in:
A. U. Khan (Editor), Proceedings of Pakistan Botanic Gardens Conference on “Action Plan for Botanic Gardens Network in
Pakistan”
, 24-25 March 2006. GC
University, Lahore, Pakistan.

 

52.       
Dar, G. H. 2006.

The Kashmir
University Botanical Garden (KUBG): Role in education, public awareness and
conservation. Pp. 1-14, in: Julia Willison and Sarah Kneebone (Editors),
Proceedings of the BGCI’s 6th International Congress on Education in Botanic Gardens,
The Nature of Success: Success for Nature, 10-14 September 2006. BGCI and
University of Oxford Bot. Garden.

 

53.       
Dar, A. R. and G. H.
Dar
. 2006.

Pollen
morphology of some gymnosperms of the Kashmir Himalaya.
Phytomorphology 56 (1 & 2): 55-60.

                    

54.       
Dar, A. R., G. H. Dar and Zafar Reshi. 2006.

Conservation of Artemisia amygdalina – a critically
endangered endemic plant species of Kashmir Himalaya. Endangered Species Update 23(1):
34-39.

 

55.       
Aman,
N. and G. H. Dar. 2007.

The genus Digitails (Tourn.)L. (Scrophulariaceae)
in the Kashmir Himalaya. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 31 (3): 753-759.

 

56.       
Khuroo, A.A., Irfan Rashid, Zafar Reshi, G. H. Dar and B. A. Wafai. 2007.

The alien flora
of Kashmir Himalaya. Biological Invasions
9: 269-292.

 

57.       
Jabeen N, A. S. Shawl, G. H. Dar, Arif Jan and S. Phalesteen. 2007.

Micropropagation
of Inula racemosa Hook. f. a valuable
medicinal plant. Int. J. Bot. 3 (3): 296-301.

 

58.       
Khuroo A. A., G. H. Dar, Z. S. Khan and A. H. Malik. 2007.

Exploring an
inherent interface between taxonomy and biodiversity: current problems and
future challenges. Journal for Nature
Conservation
15: 256-261.

 

59.       
Dar, G. H., Khuroo, A. A., Z. S.
Khan & A. R. Dar. 2007.

Medicinal flora of the Kashmir Himalaya: a taxonomic overview. J.
Himalayan Ecol.  Sustain. Dev. 2: 13-20.

 

60.       
Khuroo, A. A., A.
H. Malik, A. R. Dar, G. H. Dar and Z.
S.
Khan. 2007.


Ethno-veterinary
medicinal uses of some plant species by the Gujar tribe of   the Kashmir Himalaya. Asian Journal of Plant Sciences 6 (1):148-152.

 

61.
        Christensen, K. I. and G. H. Dar. 2007.
SLIKS key for the genus Ephedra (Ephedraceae) in Western
Himalaya.

 

62.         Dar,
G. H.
and A. A. Khuroo. 2007.
Floristic diversity of the
Kashmir Himalaya: progress, problems and prospects. In: Proceedings of National Seminar on
Himalayan Biodiversity: Concerns and Issues
, 27-29 October. Centre for
Biodiversity Studies, BGSB University, Rajouri, Jammu & Kashmir, India.

 

63.
        Reshi, Z., A. A. Khuroo, I.
Rashid, and G. H. Dar. 2007.


Alien
plant invasions in the Kashmir Himalaya, India: an emerging threat to native
biodiversity. In: Proceedings of National Seminar on Himalayan Biodiversity: Concerns and Issues, 27-29 October. Centre
for Biodiversity Studies, BGSB University, Rajouri, Jammu & Kashmir, India.

 

64.
        Khuroo, A. A., Z. Reshi, I.
Rashid, G. H. Dar and Z. S. Khan.
2008.

Operational
characterization of alien invasive flora and its management implications. Biodivers. Conserv. 17: 3181-3194.

 

65.         Dar,
A. R., G. H. Dar and Zafar Reshi.
2008.
Narrow
endemic angiosperms of the Kashmir Himalaya: threat assessment and
conservation. Pp. 31-39, in M.Z.
Chisti and Fayaz Ahmad (Eds.), Science
for Better Tomorrow
. 2008. Universal Printers, Khanyar, Srinagar.

 

66.         Jabeen, N., A. S. Shawl, G. H. Dar, Arif Jan and S. Phalisteen.
2008.

Seed
germination studies and clonal propagation of Inula racemosa Hook.f. Pp. 87-92, in M.Z. Chisti and Fayaz Ahmad (Eds.), Science for Better Tomorrow. 2008. Universal Printers, Khanyar,
Srinagar.

           

67.
        Dar, G. H.
2008.

Special habitats and threatened plants
of Kashmir Himalaya. In: Rawat, G. S. (Ed.), 2008. Special Habitats and
Threatened Plants of India. ENVIS Bulletin:
Wildlife and Protected Areas
, 11(1):
29-36. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, India.

 

68.         Dar, A. R., Zafar Reshi and G. H. Dar. 2009.

Germination studies on
three critically endangered endemic angiosperm species of the Kashmir Himalaya,
India. Plant Ecol (2009) 200:105-115.

 

69.         Reshi, Z., Anzar A. Khuroo and G. H. Dar. 2009a.

Plant
species diversity in the Kashmir Himalayan grasslands along an elevational
gradient. International Journal of
Ecology and Environmental Sciences
35(1):
91-100.

 

70.         Reshi,
Z., Anzar A. Khuroo and G. H. Dar.
2009b. Net Primary productivity and transfer dynamics in Kashmir Himalayan
grasslands. International Journal of
Ecology and Environmental Sciences
35(1):
101-112.

 

71.
       
Khuroo, A. A., Z.
Reshi, I. Rashid, G. H. Dar & A.
H. Malik. 2009.

Plant
invasions in montane ecosystems. Front
Ecol Environ
7(8): 408.

 

72.         Shabana, A., K. A.
Ganaie, A. Q. John and G. H. Dar.
2010.


Exotic ornamental flora of
Kashmir Valley – an overview. New York
Science Journal
3(5): 78-82.

 

73.         Khuroo,
A. A., A. H. Malik, Z. A. Reshi & G.
H. Dar
. 2010.

From ornamental to detrimental: plant invasion of Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. (Ox-eye Daisy)
in Kashmir valley, India. Current Science
98 (5): 600-602.

 

74.         Haq, E. U., G. H. Dar, B. A. Wafai and A. A. Khuroo. 2010.

A new species of Carex (Cyperaceae) from the Kashmir Himalaya,  Rheedea 20 (1): 29-31.

 

75.         Tauheeda,
H. and G. H. Dar. 2010.

Nutlet
anatomy of genus Nepeta in Kashmir
Himalaya. Indian J. Applied & Pure
Biology
25(1): 47-52.

 

76.
       Shabana, A., K. A. Ganaie, A. Q.
John and G. H. Dar. 2010.

Family Rutaceae in Kashmir
Himalayas: Poncirus trifoliata
(L.)Raf. – a new record for Flora of Kashmir, India. Academia Arena 2(5): 40-41.

 

77.         Shabana,
A., K. A. Ganaie, A. Q. John and G. H.
Dar.
2010.

Family Myrtaceae in
Kashmir: Myrtus communis L. – a new
record for the shrub world of Kashmir Himalayas. Academia Arena 2(5): 42-43.

 

78.         Malik,
A. H., A. A. Khuroo, G. H. Dar &
Z. S.  Khan. 2010.


The woody flora of Jammu
& Kashmir State, India: an updated checklist.

 J.
Econ. Taxon. Bot.
34(2): 274-294.

 

79.         Dar,
A. R., Z. Reshi, G. H. Dar and L.
Andleeb. 2010.

Factors
contributing to critically endangered status of Aquilegia nivalis Falc. ex Jackson – an alpine endemic angiosperm
in the Kashmir Himalaya, India. International
Journal of Botany
6(4): 371-382.

 

80.         Dar,
A. R., Z. Reshi and G. H. Dar. 2010.

Reproductive
ecology of and endemic angiosperm, Meconopsis
latifolia
Prain (Papavereaceae), in the Kashmir Himalaya, India. Journal of Biological Sciences 10(6): 490-498.

 

81.         Dar, G. H., Tabinda, R., A. R. Naqshi, A. A.
Khuroo and Akhtar H Malik. 2010

Two new species
of Papaver L. (Papaveraceae) from Kashmir
Himalaya, India.

Pak.
J. Bot
., Special Issue (S.I Ali Festschrift) 42: 57-62.

 

82.         Shabana,
A., K. A. Ganaie, A. Q. John and G. H.
Dar.
2010.

Tracking
the invasion pathway: assessment of α-diversity and invasiveness of alien
ornamental plants of Srinagar (Kashmir, J & K), India.

Nature and Science
8(3): 79-95.

 

83.
       
Khuroo,
A. A., E. Weber, A. H. Malik, G. H. Dar
& Z. A. Reshi. 2010.

Taxonomic and biogeographic patterns in the native and alien
woody flora of Kashmir Himalaya, India. Nordic
Journal of Botany
28: 685-696.

 

84.         Lone, F. A., S. Lone and G. H. Dar. 2010.


Distribution pattern of genus Ranunculus L. (Ranunculaceae) in Kashmir
Himalaya and its relationship at world level. J. Himalayan Ecol. Sustain. Dev. 5: 168-175.

 

85.         Malik,
A. H., A. A. Khuroo, G. H. Dar and Z.
S.  Khan. 2011

Ethnomedicinal
uses of some plants in the Kashmir Himalaya. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 10(2): 362-366.   

 

86.         Khuroo,
A. A., E. Weber, A. H. Malik, Z. A. Reshi and G. H. Dar. 2011.

Altitudinal distribution patterns of the native
and alien woody flora in Kashmir Himalaya, India.  Environmental Research 111 (2011): 967-977.

 

87.         Khuroo, A. A.,
Z. A. Reshi, I. Rashid and G. H. Dar.
2011.
Towards an integrated
research framework and policy agenda on biological invasions in the developing
world: A case-study of India.
Environmental
Research
111 (2011):
999-1006.

             

88.         Akhter, C., A. A. Khuroo, G. H. Dar,
Z. S. Khan and A. H. Malik. 2011.

An updated checklist of orchids in the Indian
Himalayan State of Jammu and Kashmir. Pleione 5 (1): 1-9.

 

89.        Haq, E. U., G. H. Dar, B. A. Wafai and A. A.
Khuroo. 2011.

Taxonomy and phytogeography of genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in the Kashmir
Himalaya.
 Intern.
J. Life Science & Pharma Res
. 1 (1):
L1-L11.

 

90.        Dar, A.R. and G. H. Dar. 2011. The
giant Sequoia in the Kashmir Valley. J. Indian Forester, July 2011: 907-912.

 


 91.        Tauheeda, H., G. H. Dar and A. A. Khuroo. 2011. Taxonomic status of genus
Nepeta L. (Lamiaceae) in Kashmir
Himalaya, India.
 Iran. J. Bot. 17
(2):181-188.
 

 92.        Haq, E. U., G. H. Dar, and B. A. Wafai and Anzar A Khuroo. 2011. Carex brownii Tuckermen (Cyperaceae) – a new record
for India. Pleione 5(2): 325-327.
 

93.         Dar,
G. H.
, S. T. Koul, A. R. Naqshi, A. A. Khuroo and Akhtar H Malik. 2011.

A new species of Corydalis DC. (Fumariaceae)
from Kashmir, North-west Himalaya, India. Taiwania
56(4): 305-308.

 

94.         Khuroo, A. A.,  Z. A.
Reshi, A. H. Malik, E. Weber, I. Rashid and G. H. Dar. 2012

Alien flora of India: taxonomic
composition, invasion status and biogeographic affiliations. Biol Invasions (2012) 14: 99-113. 
     

 

95.        Khuroo, A. A., Z. A. Reshi, G. H. Dar and I. A. Hamal. 2012. Plant invasions in Jammu
& Kashmir State, India. In: J.R. Bhatt, J.S. Singh, S.P. Singh, R.S.
Tripathi & R.K. Kohli (Eds.), Invasive
Alien Plants: An Ecological Appraisal for the Indian Subcontinent
, 216-226.
CAB International.

 

96.         Dar, G. H., A. A. Khuroo, S. C. Reddy & A. H.
Malik. 2012.
Impediment
to taxonomy and its impact on biodiversity science: an Indian perspective.

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect. B Biol. Sci. (April-June 2012) 82(2): 235-240.

                 

97.         Haq,
E. U., G. H. Dar, B. A. Wafai and A.
A. Khuroo. 2012.

An updated checklist of
genus Carex Linnaeus (Cyperaceae) in the Indian Himalayan             State
of Jammu & Kashmir.
Pleione 6(1): 46 – 55. 

98.         Dar,
G. H.
,
A. A. Khuroo and Nasreen Aman. 2012.
Endemism in the
angiosperm flora of Kashmir Valley, India: Stocktaking.


In: Mukherjee, S. K. and Maiti, G. G.
(Eds.), Proceedings of International Seminar on Multidisciplinary
Approaches in Angiosperm Systematics
, 502-516. Kolkata.

                                   

 99.         Haq, E. U., G. H. Dar and B. A.
Wafai. 2012.
Taxonomic assessment and
status of genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae)
in the Kashmir Himalaya. In: Mukherjee, S. K. and Maiti, G. G. (Eds.),
Proceedings of International Seminar on Multidisciplinary
Approaches in Angiosperm Systematics
, 59-63. Kolkata.

 

100.
      Malik, A. H., G. H. Dar, A. A. Khuroo, A. H. Ganie and A. H. Munshi. 2012.

Salix matsudana Koidzumi: a new species record for India from
Kashmir Himalaya.
Pleione 6(1): 253 – 256.

 

101.       Tauheeda, H. and G. H. Dar. 2012.


Nutlet micro morphology
in selected species of Nepeta L.
(Lamiaceae) in Kashmir Himalaya. Iran. J.
Bot
. 18 (2): 262-269.

 

102.       Akhter, C., A.
A. Khuroo, A. H. Malik and G. H. Dar.
2012.
A taxonomic appraisal of genus Iris L.
(Iridaceae) in Kashmir Himalaya, India. Iran. J. Bot. 19(2): 119-126.
 

103.    Dar, G. H., Nisar A Malik
and A. A. Khuroo. 2012.
Gomphocarpus
physocarpus

E. Mey. (Apocynaceae): a new species record for the North-west Himalaya from
Rajouri (J & K), India. J. Himalayan
Ecol. Sustain. Dev
. 7: 35-38.

           

104.       Haq, E. U., G. H.
Dar
, B.A. Wafai and Anzar A. Khuroo. 2013
.Carex leporina (Cyperaceae), a species new for Indian
subcontinent.
Rheedea 23(1): 30-33.
 

105.       Akhter, C., G. H. Dar and A. A.
Khuroo. 2013.
Ziziphus
jujuba
Mill. subsp. spinosa (Bunge) Peng, Li &
Li: a new plant record for the Indian subcontinent. Taiwania 58
(2): 132–135.
 

 
 
 106        Dar, G. H. and A. A. Khuroo. 2013. Floristic diversity
in the Kashmir Himalaya: progress, problems and prospects. Sains Malaysiana 42(10):
1387-1396.
 

107.       Dar, G. H., Akhtar H.
Malik and Anzar A. Khuroo. 2014.
A contribution to the
flora of Rajouri and Poonch districts in the Pir Panjal Himalaya
(Jammu & Kashmir), India.
Check List 10(2): 317-328.

 

 

c) ABSTRACTS OF RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

 

1.     
Christensen,
K. I. and G. H. Dar. 1999.

Natural
hybridization among Pinus mugo and Pinus sylvestris.

Pp 37-38, in:
International Conifer Conference, 23rd – 26th August
1999. Wye College, Kent, England. Programme and Abstracts.

 

 

2.                                   
Dar, G. H. 2003.

Floristic
diversity in Kashmir: current status and future needs. Pp. 8, in: State level seminar on present
scenario of ecological research in Jammu and Kashmir, March 26-27, 2003. P. G.
Department of Environmental Science and Centre of Research for Development,
University of Kashmir.

 

3.                                   
Dar, G. H. and N. Aman. 2003.

Endemic
angiosperms of Kashmir: assessment and conservation. Pp. 63, in:
National seminar on recent advances in plant science research, October 12-14,
2003. Department of Botany, University of Kashmir.

 

4.                                   
Dar, G. H., B. A. Wafai and A. H. Munshi.
2006. 

The Convention
on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Taxonomy. Pp. 44-45, in:  abstracts of National Conference on ‘Biodiversity
Related International
Conventions: Role of Indian Scientific Community’,
March 8-10, 2006. Department of Botany, University of Delhi.

 

5.                                   
Dar, A. R., G. H. Dar and Zafar Reshi. 2006. 

Threat
assessment and conservation of some endemic angiosperms of the Kashmir
Himalaya. Pp. 79, in: Souvenir and
Abstracts of 2nd J & K Science Congress. The University of Kashmir,
Srinagar.

 

6.                 
Dar, A. R., G. H. Dar and Zafar Reshi. 2006.
Recovery
and restoration of some critically endangered endemic angiosperms of  the Kashmir Himalaya. Journal of Biological Sciences
6: 985-991.

 

7.                 
Malik,
A. H., G. H. Dar and A. H. Munshi.
2006. 
Salix L. – A
multipurpose genus in the Kashmir Himalaya. Pp. 81, in: Souvenir and Abstracts of 2nd J & K Science
Congress. The University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

8.                                   
Khuroo, A. A.,
Zafar Reshi & G. H. Dar.
2006.  
Kashmir Himalayan
Grasslands: diversity, threats and conservation. Pp. 82, in: Souvenir and Abstracts of 2nd J & K Science
Congress. The University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

9.                 
Haq,
E. U., G. H. Dar and B. A. Wafai.
2006.

The genus Carex L. in Kashmir Himalaya: A need for
biosystematic approach. Pp. 83, in:
Souvenir and Abstracts of 2nd J & K Science Congress. The
University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

10.                               
Khan,
Z. S., G. H. Dar, A. A. Khuroo and
A. R. Naqshi. 2006.

An inventory of
the phanerogamic flora of Bijhama (Uri), Kashmir Himalaya. Pp. 109, in: Souvenir and Abstracts of 2nd
J & K Science Congress. The University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

11.             
Khuroo,
A. A., G. H. Dar, Zafar Reshi and Z.
S. Khan. 2007.

Terrestrial paradise
invaded: a taxonomic inventory of the alien invasive flora of the Kashmir
Himalaya. Pp.62, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of XVII Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm
Taxonomy and International Seminar on “Changing Scenario in Angiosperm
Systematics”, 19-21 November, 2007. Department of Botany, Shivaji University,
Kolhapur, India.

 

12.
      Malik, A. H., G. H. Dar, A. H. Munshi, and Anzar A. Khuroo. 2007.

A
taxonomic appraisal of genus Salix L.
in the Kashmir Himalaya. Pp.63-64, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of XVII Annual Conference of Indian Association for
Angiosperm Taxonomy and International Seminar on “Changing Scenario            in Angiosperm Systematics”, 19-21
November, 2007. Department of Botany, Shivaji University, Kolhapur, India.

 

13.       Dar,
G. H.
and Anzar A. Khuroo. 2007.

 Floristic
diversity in the Kashmir Himalaya: gleaning the present and looking forward.
Pp.68-69, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of XVII Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm
Taxonomy and International Seminar on “Changing Scenario in Angiosperm
Systematics”,19-21 November, 2007.Department of Botany, Shivaji University,
Kolhapur, India.

 

14.
      Khan, Z. S. and G. H. Dar. 2007.

A
checklist of the phanerogamic flora of Bijhama (Uri), Kashmir Himalaya.   Pp.79-80, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of XVII Annual Conference of Indian Association for
Angiosperm Taxonomy and International Seminar on “Changing Scenario in
Angiosperm Systematics”, 19-21 November, 2007. Department of Botany, Shivaji
University, Kolhapur, India.

 

15.
      Haq, E. U., G. H. Dar, B. A. Wafai and Anzar A. Khuroo. 2007.

 Taxonomic assessment and
utilization of Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in the Kashmir
Himalaya. Pp.83, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of XVII Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm
Taxonomy and International Seminar on “Changing Scenario in Angiosperm
Systematics”, 19-21 November, 2007. Department of Botany, Shivaji University,
Kolhapur, India.
 

 

16.
      Dar, A. R., G. H. Dar, Zafar Reshi and Anzar A. Khuroo. 2007.

 An assessment of endangered
plant species in the Kashmir Himalaya. Pp.141, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of XVII Annual Conference of Indian
Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy and International Seminar on “Changing
Scenario in Angiosperm Systematics”, 19-21 November, 2007. Department of
Botany, Shivaji University, Kolhapur, India.

 

17.        Malik,
A. H., G. H. Dar, A. H. Munshi,
Anzar A. Khuroo, A. R. Dar and Z. S. Khan. 2008.

Diversity
of genus Salix L. in the Kashmir
Himalaya and their economic      
potential. Pp. 113 in Abstract Book of the 3rd J&K State
Science Congress, February26th-28th, 2008. University of
Jammu in collaboration with J&K State Council for Science &Technology
& DST, Govt. of India.

 

18.
      Dar, A. R., G. H. Dar, Zafar Reshi, Akhtar H. Malik, A. A. Khuroo and Z. S.
Khan.  2008.  

Gymnosperm flora of Kashmir. Pp.117 in
Abstract Book of the 3rd J&K State Science Congress, February 26th-28th,
2008. University of Jammu in collaboration with J&K State Council for
Science &Technology & DST, Govt. of India.

 

19.
      Tauheeda H., G. H. Dar, and B. A. Wafai. 2008.

Floristics
and utilization of Nepeta L. in
Kashmir Himalaya. Pp.116 in Abstract  
Book of the 3rd J&K State Science Congress, February 26th-28th,
2008. University of Jammu in collaboration with J&K State Council for
Science & Technology & DST, Govt. of India.

                                

20.
      Dar. G. H.
, Anzar, A. Khuroo and
Nasreen Aman. 2008.

Endemism in the
angiospermic flora of Kashmir Valley, India: stocktaking. Pp.123, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of XVIII
Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy and
International Seminar on ‘Multidisciplinary Approaches in Angiosperm
Systematics’, 11-13 October, 2008. Department of Botany, University of Kalyani,
Kolkata, India.

 

21.       Jabeen,
N., G. H. Dar and A. S. Shawl. 2008.

Floristics
and utilization of genus Aconitum L.
in the Kashmir Himalaya : an overview. Pp.167, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of 4th JK State Science Congress, 12-14 November, 2008. University of
Kashmir in collaboration with J&K State Council for Science &
Technology, and DST and CSIR, Govt. of India.

 

22.      
Khuroo, A. A., Akhtar H. Malik and G. H.
Dar
. 2008.

Documenting
biodiversity: woody flora of Jammu and Kashmir State. Pp. 170, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of 4th JK State Science Congress, 12-14 November,
2008. University of Kashmir in collaboration with J&K State Council for
Science & Technology, and DST and CSIR, Govt. of India.

 

23.       Haq,
E. U., G. H. Dar, B. A. Wafai and
Anzar A. Khuroo.2008.

Status
of the genus Carex L. in Kashmir
Himalaya: a cytotaxonomic appraisal. Pp. 172-173, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of 4th JK State Science Congress, 12-14 November, 2008. University of
Kashmir in collaboration with J&K State Council for Science &
Technology, and DST and CSIR, Govt. of India.

 

24.
      Shabana, A., G. H. Dar and A. Q. John. 2008.

Exotic
ornamental flora of Kashmir Valley: an overview. Pp. 183-184, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of 4th JK
State Science Congress, 12-14 November, 2008. University of Kashmir in
collaboration with J&K State Council for Science & Technology, and DST
and CSIR, Govt. of India.

 

25.       Lone,
F. A., B. A. Wafai and G. H. Dar. 2008.

The
bewildering taxonomy of Kashmir Himalayan species of the genus Ranunculus L. : current concerns and
approach. Pp. 180-181, in: Souvenir
& Abstracts of 4th JK State Science Congress, 12-14 November, 2008.
University of Kashmir in collaboration with J&K State Council for Science
& Technology, and DST and CSIR, Govt. of India.

 

26.       Khuroo, A. A., G. H. Dar and Zafar Reshi. 2009.  

A
unified framework for the inventorization of alien flora of India. Pp.74, in Souvenir & Abstracts of
International Conference on ‘Invasive Plants in Tropics’, 4-6 January, 2009.
ATREE, Bangalore, India.

 

27.       Haq,
E. U., G. H. Dar and B. A. Wafai.
2009.

Diversity
and distribution of Kashmir Himalayan carices. Pp. 20-21, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of National Conference on
‘Biodiversity: Present Status and Future Challenges’, 26-28 March, 2009.
Department of Botany, University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

28.       Jabeen,
N., K. A. Bhat, A. S. Shawl, G. H. Dar
and S. C. Taneja. 2009.

Quantitative
determination of aconitine in Aconitum
chasmanthum
and A. heterophyllum
from Kashmir Himalaya using HPLC. Pp. 58,
in
: Souvenir & Abstracts of National Conference on ‘Biodiversity:
Present Status and Future Challenges’, 26-28 March, 2009. Department of Botany,
University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

29.       Chesfeeda,
A., A. A. Khuroo, G. H. Dar and Z.
S. Khan. 2009

                     Orchids
of the Kashmir Himalaya. Pp. 93-94, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of National Conference on ‘Biodiversity: Present
Status and Future Challenges’, 26-28 March, 2009. Department of Botany,
University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

30.       Tauheeda,
H., G. H. Dar and B. A. Wafai. 2009.

                     Palynological
study of genus Nepeta L. in Kashmir
Himalaya. Pp. 94, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of National Conference on ‘Biodiversity: Present Status and Future Challenges’,
26-28 March, 2009. Department of Botany, University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

31. 
     Dar G. H., Z. S. Khan and A. A. Khuroo. 2009.

                     Documenting
biodiversity: a taxonomic inventory of the phanerogamic flora of Rajouri (Jammu
& Kashmir), India. Pp. 95-96, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of National Conference on ‘Biodiversity: Present
Status and Future Challenges’, 26-28 March, 2009. Department of Botany,
University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

32.       Jabeen,
N., G. H. Dar, A. S. Shawl, K. Ahmad
and P. Qazi.  2009.

                     Role
of IIIM in the conservation of high-value medicinal plants. Pp. 101-102, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of
National Conference on ‘Biodiversity: Present Status and Future Challenges’,
26-28 March, 2009.Department of Botany, University of Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

33.       Shabana,
A., G. H. Dar and A. Q. John. 2009.

                    Survey
and evaluation of exotic ornamental woody vines for landscaping in district
Srinagar. Pp. 107, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of National Conference on ‘Biodiversity: Present Status and Future
Challenges’, 26-28 March, 2009. Department of Botany, University of Kashmir,
Srinagar.

 

34.       Khuroo,
A. A., G. H. Dar and Akhtar, H.
Malik. 2009.

                    Taxonomic, ecological and
biogeographic patterns in the woody flora of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Pp.36, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of XIX
Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy &
International Symposium on ‘Angiosperm Systematics and Phylogeny: Retrospect
and Prospects’, 12-14 November, 2009. National Botanical Research Institute
(NBRI), Lucknow.

 

35.       Dar. G. H., Anzar, A. Khuroo and
Akhtar, H. Malik. 2009.

                     Taxonomic impediment in
biodiversity studies: an Indian perspective. Pp.68, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of XIX Annual Conference of Indian
Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy & International Symposium on
‘Angiosperm Systematics and Phylogeny: Retrospect and Prospects’, 12-14
November, 2009. National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI), Lucknow.

 

36.
     
Malik, A. H., A. A. Khuroo, G. H. Dar and Humaira Tabassum. 2009.

                    Medicinal plants of Ladakh,
India: a taxonomic overview. Pp.83, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of XIX Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm
Taxonomy & International Symposium on ‘Angiosperm Systematics and
Phylogeny: Retrospect and Prospects’, 12-14 November, 2009. National Botanical
Research Institute (NBRI), Lucknow.

 

37.       Dar. G. H. 2010.


                     Flora of Kashmir: present
status and future challenges. Pp.20, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of XX Annual Conference of Indian Association for
Angiosperm Taxonomy (IAAT)  &
International Symposium on ‘Taxonomy, Plant diversity and Conservation’, 26-28
November, 2010. Department of Botany, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil
Nadu.

 

 

38.       Malik,
A. H., A. A. Khuroo, G. H. Dar, Z.
Reshi, A. R. Naqshi and A. H. Ganei. 2010.

                    Floristic diversity of the
Warwan valley in Jammu and Kashmir, India. Pp.35, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of XX Annual Conference of Indian
Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy (IAAT) 
& International Symposium on ‘Taxonomy, Plant diversity and Conservation’,
26-28 November, 2010. Department of Botany, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore,
Tamil Nadu.

 

39.       Khuroo,
A. A., A. H. Malik, Z. Reshi and G. H.
Dar
. 2010.

                     Climate change and shifting
phenology: evidence from early spring flowering of Sternbergia vernalis Gorer & Harvey in the Kashmir Valley,
India. Pp.90, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of XX Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy
(IAAT)  & International Symposium on
‘Taxonomy, Plant diversity and Conservation’, 26-28 November, 2010. Department
of Botany, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

 

40        Haq,
E. U., G. H. Dar and B. A. Wafai.
2010.

                     Taxonomic appraisal of
genus Carex L. in the Kashmir
Himalaya. Pp.131-132, in: Souvenir
& Abstracts of 6th JK Science Congress ‘Science, Technology and
Sustainable Development’, 2-4 December, 2010. University of Kashmir.

 

41.       Dar.
P. A., Z. Reshi and G. H. Dar. 2010.

                     Do roads act as conduits
for the spread of alien plants in the Kashmir Valley, India? Pp.139-140, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of 6th
JK Science Congress ‘Science, Technology and Sustainable Development’, 2-4 December,
2010. University of Kashmir.

 

42.     Bhat, H. A., A. H. Ganie, G. H. Dar and Z. Reshi. 2010.

                     Diversity of medicinal
plants in the Kashmir Himalaya. Pp.146, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of 6th JK Science Congress ‘Science,
Technology and Sustainable Development’, 2-4 December, 2010. University of
Kashmir.

 

43.       Khan,
S. T., Z. Reshi and G. H. Dar. 2010.

                     Role of riparian habitats
in alien plant invasion in the Kashmir Valley, India. Pp.149, in: Souvenir & Abstracts of 6th
JK Science Congress ‘Science, Technology and Sustainable Development’, 2-4 December,
2010. University of Kashmir.

 

44.       Chesfeeda,
A., G. H. Dar and A. A. Khuroo.
2010.

                     Taxonomic studies on the
genus Ziziphus Mill. (Rhamnaceae) in
Kashmir Himalaya. Pp.156, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of 6th JK Science Congress ‘Science,
Technology and Sustainable Development’, 2-4 December, 2010. University of
Kashmir.

 

45.       Dar, G. H., A. H. Malik, A. A. Khuroo,
Z. S. Khan and A. R. Naqshi. 2010.

                     Documenting biodiversity:
an inventory of the flora of Rajouri and Poonch districts in the Pir Panjal
Himalaya. Pp.158-159, in: Souvenir
& Abstracts of 6th JK Science Congress ‘Science, Technology and
Sustainable Development’, 2-4 December, 2010. University of Kashmir.

 

46.       Khuroo,
A. A., A. H. Malik, Z. Reshi, M. Shafi, G.
H. Dar
and M. S. Bhat. 2010.

                     Climatic variability and
shifting spring phenology in the Kashmir Himalaya, India. Pp.116-117, in: International Workshop on
‘Biodiversity and Climate Change’, 19-22 December, 2010. Indian Institute of
Technology, Kharagpur, West Bengal.

 

47.         Dar,
G. H.
2011. Biodiversity crisis: concern of the current century. Invited
lecture, in: Two-day National
Conference on “Recent Trends in Biosciences”, Oct. 3-4, 2011. Organized by the
Department of Biochemistry & Biotechnology, Sri Pratap College, Srinagar.

 

48.         Dar,
G. H.
2011. Plant diversity in Kashmir Himalaya: an overview, p. 355-356. In: Workshop on “Methods and Approaches
in Plant Systematics’, December 5-14, 2011. 
Organized by the CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow, India.

 

49.         Dar,
G. H.
2012. Biodiversity: extent and values, with special reference to
medicinal and aromatic plants. Keynote address, in: UGC sponsored State-level Seminar on “Medicinal Plants: Current
Status and Future Prospects” March 14-15, 2012. Organized by the Department of
Botany, Islamia College of Science & Commerce, Srinagar, Jammu &
Kashmir, India.

 

50.         Kozgar, M. I., N. Jabeen, S. Khan, M.
R. Wani, A. S. Shawl, and G. H. Dar. 2012. Exploring medicinal flora of
Kashmir Valley: challenges and prospects, p. 6. In: UGC sponsored State-level Seminar on “Medicinal Plants: Current
Status and Future Prospects”, March 14-15, 2012. Organized by the Department of
Botany, Islamia College of Science & Commerce, Srinagar, Jammu &
Kashmir.

 

51.         Jabeen, N., M. I. Kozgar, S. Khan, A.
S. Shawl, and G. H. Dar. 2012. Biochemical analysis and
performance of Atropa to heavy metal
stresses in vitro, p. 18-19. In: UGC sponsored State-level Seminar on
“Medicinal Plants: Current Status and Future Prospects”, March 14-15, 2012.
Organized by the Department of Botany, Islamia College of Science &
Commerce, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir.

 

52.
        Dar, G. H. 2012. Conservation of
Bioresources-from Field to Lab. Invited lecture, in: National Seminar on “Biotechnology for Bioprospection, Value Addition
and Conservation of Bioresources”, Aug.
31, 2012. Organized
by the Centre for Biodiversity Studies, BGSB University, Rajouri, Jammu &
Kashmir.

 

53.         Lone, F. A., B. A. Wafai and G. H. Dar. 2012.

                     Comparative karyological
account of 8 species of Ranunculus
from terrestrial, aquatic and amphibious habitats of Kashmir as a prelude to
species delimitation in the genus. Pp.40, in:
Souvenir & Abstracts of 8th JK Science Congress ‘Science,
Technology & Regional Development: Opportunities & Challenges’, 17-19
September, 2012. University of Kashmir.

 

54.         Haq, E. U., B. A. Wafai, G. H. Dar and A. L. Hipp. 2012.

                     Chromosome conspectus of
the genus Carex L.: future
challenges. Pp.44, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of 8th JK Science Congress ‘Science, Technology &
Regional Development: Opportunities & Challenges’, 17-19 September, 2012. University
of Kashmir.

 

55.         Akhter, C., A. A. Khuroo and G. H. Dar. 2012.

                    A taxonomic appraisal of
genus Iris in Kashmir Himalaya,
India. Pp.45, in: Souvenir &
Abstracts of 8th JK Science Congress ‘Science, Technology &
Regional Development: Opportunities & Challenges’, 17-19 September, 2012.
University of Kashmir.
 

 

56.         Dar,
G. H. 2012.

                     Floristic diversity in
Jammu & Kashmir State: a state-of-the-art appraisal. Prof. Y. D. Tiagi Gold
Medal Lecture; Pp. 12-13, in: Abstracts
of XXII Annual Conference of Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy (IAAT) &
International Symposium on ‘Innovative Prospects in Angiosperm Taxonomy
(ISIPAT)’, 28-30 October, 2012. Department of Botany, Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University,
Amravati, Maharashtra.

 

57.         Khan, Z. S., G. H. Dar and A. A. Khuroo. 2012.

                     Medicinal flora of Kashmir
Himalaya: diversity, threats and conservation. Pp. 102, in: Abstracts of XXII Annual Conference of Indian Association for
Angiosperm Taxonomy (IAAT) & International Symposium on ‘Innovative
Prospects in Angiosperm Taxonomy (ISIPAT)’, 28-30 October, 2012. Department of
Botany, Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, Maharashtra.

 

58.         Dar, G. H. and I. A. Hamal. 2014.

            Biodiversity
of Jammu & Kashmir Himalaya: A Critical Floristic Analysis. Accepted in:
International Conference on Himalayan
Biodiversity and Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities, 25-26 August,
2014. Faculty of Sciences, University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad.

 

59.       Malik, N. A. and G. H. Dar. 2014.

            Floristic diversity of Pir Panjal Himalaya: Arboreal flora of district
Rajouri, Jammu & Kashmir.
Accepted in: International
Conference on Himalayan Biodiversity and Climate Change: Challenges and
Opportunities, 25-26 August, 2014. Faculty of Sciences, University of Azad
Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad.

 

 

d) BROCHURES PUBLISHED

 

1.         Dar, G. H. 2006. Conservation of
Kashmir Himalayan Endemic Plants.

Prepared for a Project funded by BGCI, London.

 

2.         Dar,
G. H.
2006. Technical Report of the Project ‘Conservation of some select critically    endangered endemic angiosperms of Kashmir
Himalaya
’, funded by BGCI, London.

 

 
 

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