In Journals


1. A Pandey, ST Shende and RG Apte 1989.  Effect of Azotobacter
seed inoculation on its establishment in rhizosphere, growth
and yield and yield attributing parameters of Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). 
für Mikrobiologie
144, 595-604.


2. A Pandey, ST Shende and M Singh 1989.  Azotobacter
seed  inoculation for
cotton (Gossypium hirsutum): Effect
on seed quality. 
für Mikrobiologie
144, 605-610.


3. A
and S Kumar 1989.  Potential of Azotobacters and Azospirilla as
Biofertilizers for Upland Agriculture: A Review.  Journal of Scientific and Industrial
48, 134-144.


4. A
and S Kumar 1990.
Inhibitory effects of Azotobacter  chroococcum and Azospirillum brasilense on a range of rhizosphere fungi.  Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 28, 52-54.


5. A
and ST Shende 1991.  Effect of Azotobactor
inoculation on yield and post harvest seed quality of
Zentralblatt für Mikrobiologie 146, 489-494.


6. A
and ST Shende 1994. Comparative
studies on microbial activity in Azotobactor
inoculated wheat (Triticum
) rhizosphere by plate count and manometric methods. Microbiological
149, 379-384.


7. A
and LMS Palni 1996. The
rhizosphere effect of tea on soil microbes in a Himalayan monsoonal location. Biology
and Fertility of Soils
21, 131-137.


8. A
LMS Palni and N Coulomb
1997. Antifungal activity of bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere of
established tea bushes. Microbiological Research 152 (1),


9. A
and LMS Palni 1997. Bacillus species: The dominant bacteria of the rhizosphere of
established tea bushes. Microbiological Research 152, 359-365.


10. A
, E Sharma and LMS Palni
1998.  Influence of bacterial inoculation
on maize in upland farming systems of the Sikkim Himalaya. Soil Biology and Biochemistry
30, 379-384.


11. A
and LMS Palni 1998. Isolation
of Pseudomonas corrugata from Sikkim Himalaya.  World Journal of Microbiology and


12. A
and LMS Palni 1998. Microbes
in Himalayan Soils: Biodiversity and Potential Applications. Journal
of Scientific and Industrial Research
57, 668-673.


13. A
A Durgapal, M Joshi and
LMS Palni 1999.  Influence of Pseudomonas corrugata inoculation on root
colonization and growth promotion of two important hill crops. Microbiological
154, 259-266.


14. A
LMS Palni and N Bag 2000.
Biological hardening of tissue culture raised tea plants through rhizosphere
bacteria.  Biotechnology Letters
22, 1087-1091.


15. A
LMS Palni and KP Hebbar
2001. Suppression of damping-off in maize seedlings by Pseudomonas corrugata. Microbiological Research 156, 191-194.


16. A
LMS Palni and D Bisht 2001.
Dominant fungi in the
rhizosphere of established tea bushes and their interactions with the dominant
bacteria under in situ conditions. Microbiological Research
156, 377-382 (doi


17. A Pandey, LMS Palni, P Mulkalwar and M
Nadeem 2002. Effect of temperature on
solubilization of tricalcium phosphate by Pseudomonas corrugata. Journal
of Scientific
and Industrial Research 61,


18. A Pandey, M Nadeem and LMS Palni. 2002. Improvement in seed germination of
Himalayan yew through simple soil treatments. Indian Journal of Forestry
(2), 109-113.


19. A Durgapal, A Pandey and LMS Palni. 2002. The use of rhizosphere
soil for improved establishment of conifers at nursery stage for application in
plantation programmes. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 15 (3),


20. A Pandey and LMS Palni 2002-03. Tea
rhizosphere: Characteristic features, microbial diversity and applications. International Journal of Tea Science
1 (4), 10-24.


21. D Bisht, A Pandey and
LMS Palni 2003. Influence of microbial inoculations on Cedrus deodara in
relation to survival, growth promotion and nutrient uptake of seedlings and
general soil microflora. Journal
of Sustainable Forestry

17 (3), 37-54 (doi
: 10.1300/J091v17n03_03).


22. B Kumar, P Trivedi, AK.
A Pandey and LMS Palni. 2004.
Microbial Diversity of soil from two Hot Springs in Garhwal Himalaya. Microbiological
159 (2), 141-146 (doi:10.1016/j.micres.2004.01.004).


23. P Trivedi, A Pandey,
LMS Palni, N Bag and MB Tamang. 2004. Bacillus
and Pseudomonas corrugata: 
Promising Bacterial Inoculants for Tea Gardens. International Journal of Tea Science 3 (1&2), 58-59.


24. A
and LMS Palni. 2004. Tea
Rhizosphere: Microbial Diversity and Characteristic features and comments on
microbial communication in rhizosphere.
International Journal of Tea Science 3(3&4), 285-290. 


25. P Trivedi, A
Pandey, LMS Palni, N Bag and MB Tamang
2005. Colonization of rhizosphere of tea by Growth promoting bacteria.

International Journal of Tea Science 4
(1&2), 19-25.


26. B Chaurasia, A
, LMS Palni, P Trivedi, B Kumar and N Colvin 2005. Diffusible and
volatile compounds produced by an antagonistic Bacillus subtilis strain cause structural deformities
in pathogenic fungi in vitro studies Microbiological
160 (1), 75-81 (doi:


27. P Trivedi, A Pandey
and LMS Palni 2005. Carrier based formulations of plant growth promoting
bacteria suitable for use in the cooler regions. World Journal of Microbiology
and Biotechnology
26 (6&7), 941-945 (doi:


28. B Chaurasia, A
and LMS Palni 2005. Distribution, Colonization and Diversity of
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi in Rhododendrons of central Himalayan region of
India. Forest Ecology and Management
207 (3), 315-324 (doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2004.10.014).


29. B Kumar, A Pandey and LMS Palni 2005.
Extracellular amylase activity of Saccharomycopsis
fibuligera, a mycelial yeast isolated
from a hot spring site in Garhwal Himalayas. Indian Journal of Microbiology 45 (3), 211-215.


30. A Pandey, P
Trivedi, B Kumar and LMS Palni 2006. Characterization of a phosphate solubilizing and antagonistic
strain of Pseudomonas putida (B0)
solated from a sub-alpine location in the Indian Central Himalaya. Current Microbiology 53 (2), 102-107     (
doi: 10.1007/s00284-006-4590-5).


31. P Trivedi, B Kumar and A
2006. Conservation of soil microbial diversity associated with two
hot springs in Uttaranchal Himalaya. National
Academy Science Letters
29 (5&6), 185-188.


32. A Pandey, P
Trivedi, B Kumar, B Chaurasia and LMS Palni. 2006. Soil Microbial diversity from the
Himalaya: Need for documentation and conservation. NBA Scientific Bulletin
(No. 5), National Biodiversity Authority, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
p. 64.


33. CP Das and A Pandey 2007. Fermentation of traditional
beverages prepared by Bhotiya community of Uttaranchal Himalaya. Indian
Journal of Traditional Knowledge
6 (1), 136-140.


34. A Pandey and LMS Palni 2007. The
rhizosphere effect in trees of the Indian central Himalaya with special
reference to altitude. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 5 (1),


35. B Kumar, P Trivedi and A Pandey 2007. Pseudomonas corrugata: A suitable
bacterial inoculant for maize grown under rainfed conditions of Himalayan
region. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39, 3093-3100


36. P Trivedi and A Pandey 2007.
Biological hardening of micropropagated Picrorhiza
kurrooa Royel ex Benth., an
endangered species of medical importance. World Journal of Microbiology and
23, 877-878 (doi:


37. P Trivedi and A Pandey 2007. Applications of immobilized cells of Pseudomonas putida
strain MTCC (6842) in alginate to solubilize phosphate in culture medium and
soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 170, 629-631


38. P Trivedi and A Pandey 2007.
Low temperature phosphate solubilization and plant growth promotion by
psychrotrophic bacteria, isolated from Indian Himalayan Region. Research Journal of Microbiology
2 (5), 454-461 (ISSN 1816-4935).


39. P Trivedi, Pandey A
and Sa TM. 2007. Chromate reducing and plant growth promoting activities of
psychrotrophic Rhodococcus erythropolis MTCC 7905. Journal Basic Microbiology
47, 513-517.


40. S Singh, A Pandey, B Chaurasia and LMS Palni 2008.
Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with the rhizosphere of
tea growing in ‘natural’ and ‘cultivated’ ecosites. Biology and Fertility of Soils 44, 491-500 (doi: 10.1007/s00374-007-0231-9).


41. A Pandey, N Das, B
Kumar, Rinu K, P Trivedi 2008. Phosphate solubilization by Penicillium spp. isolated from soil samples of Indian Himalayan
region. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 24, 97-102
(doi: 10.1007/s11274-007-9444-1).


42. P Trivedi, A Pandey and LMS Palni. 2008. In vitro evaluation of antagonistic
properties of Pseudomonas corrugata. Microbiological Research 163, 329-336 (


43. P Trivedi and A Pandey 2008.
Recovery of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria from sodium alginate beads
after three years following storage at 4 ºC. Journal of Industrial
Microbiology and Biotechnology
35, 205-209 (doi:


44. S Tamta, LMS Palni and
A Pandey 2008. Use of rhizosphere soil for raising Cedrus deodara
and Quercus semecarpifolia seedlings. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 20 (2), 82-90.


45. P Trivedi and A Pandey 2008. Plant Growth Promotion
Abilities and Formulation of Bacillus
strain B 388 (MTCC6521) Isolated
from a Temperate Himalayan Location. Indian Journal of Microbiology 48
(3) 342-347.


46. S Singh, A Pandey and LMS Palni 2008. Screening
of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal consortia developed from the rhizospheres of
natural and cultivated tea plants for growth promotion in tea [Camellia
(L.) O. Kuntze]. Pedobiologia
52, 119-125 (doi:10.1016/j.pedobi.2008.06.001).


47. A Ghildiyal and A Pandey 2008. Isolation of cold
tolerant antifungal strains of Trichoderma
spp. from glacial sites of Indian Himalayan Region. Research Journal of Microbiology 3 (8), 559-564 (ISSN 1816-4935).


48. KK Singh, S Kumar and A Pandey 2008. Soil treatments
for improving seed germination of rare and endangered Sikkim Himalayan
rhododendrons. World Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4 (3),
(ISSN 1817-3047).


49. A Sharma, A Pandey, YS Shouche, B Kumar, G
Kulkarni 2009. Characterization and identification of Geobacillus spp.
isolated from Soldhar hot spring site of Garhwal Himalaya, India. Journal
of Basic Microbiology
48, 187-194 (doi:10.1002/jobm.200800194).


50. Rinu K, A

Bacillus subtilis
NRRL B-30408 inoculation enhances the symbiotic efficiency of Lens esculenta Moench at a
Himalayan location. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science
172, 134-139 (doi
: 10.1002/jpln.200800153).


51. A Kumar, S Singh and A Pandey 2009. General microflora,
arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization and occurrence of endophytes in rhizosphere
of two age groups of Ginkgo biloba L. of Indian central Himalaya.
Indian Journal of Microbiology
49, 134-141 (doi: 10.1007/s12088-009-0017-x.).


52. A Pandey, S Singh, A Kumar, MK Malviya and Rinu K. 2009. Isolation
of an endophytic plant growth promoting bacterium Pseudomonas sp. strain
gb3 (MTCC 9476) from Ginkgo biloba L., growing in temperate
Himalaya. National Academy
Science Letters
32 (No. 3 &
4), 83-88.


53. MK Malviya, A Pandey, P Trivedi, G Gupta, B Kumar. 2009. Chitinolytic activity of cold tolerant
antagonistic species of Streptomyces isolated from glacial sites of
Indian Himalaya. Current Microbiology 59, 502-508 (doi


54. Rinu K., A Pandey. 2010. Temperature dependent phosphate
solubilization by cold and pH tolerant species of Aspergillus isolated from
Himalayan soil. Mycoscience 51
(4), 263-271 (doi


S Singh, A Pandey, B Kumar, LMS Palni 2010. Enhancement
in growth and quality parameters of tea [Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze] through inoculation
with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in an acid soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils 46, 427-433 (doi
: 10.1007/s00374-010-0448-x).


Rinu K., A Pandey 2011.
Slow and steady phosphate solubilization
by a psychrotolerant strain of Paecilomyces hepiali (MTCC 9621). World
Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology
27 (5), 1055-62 (doi:


A Pandey
, S Chaudhry, A Sharma, VS Choudhary, MK Malviya, S Chamoli, Rinu
K., P Trivedi, LMS Palni 2011. Recovery of Bacillus
and Pseudomonas spp from the ‘Fired
Plots’ under Shifting Cultivation in Northeast India. Current Microbiology 62 (1), 273-280 (doi:


58. KN Bhardwaj, SC Tiwari, A Pandey
Conservation of
thermophilic cyanobacterial diversity and physicochemical characteristics of
thermal springs of Tapoban geothermal field, Himalayan province (India).

Academy Science Letters 34 (3&4), 77-82.


59.  A Pandey, LMS Palni, P Trivedi, S
Singh, B Chaurasia,  A Kumar, RK
Agnihotri, B Kumar, MB Tamang and N Bag 2011-12. Microbial inoculants to
support organic tea production in the mountains with special reference to
Uttarakhand. International Journal of
Tea Science
8 (1), 81-89.


60. S Singh, A Kumar, A Pandey, LMS Palni 2012. Dendrocalamus
[(Roxb.) Nees]: A suitable host for the maintenance and propagation
of AM Fungi under temperate conditions. ISRN
Soil Science
Article ID 607213, 6
pages (doi:10.5402/2012/607213).


61.  P Sati, A Pandey, LMS Palni 2012. Antimicrobial
Potential of Leaf Extracts of Ginkgo
L., growing in Uttarakhand, India. National Academy Science
35, 201-206 (doi: 10.1007/s40009-012-0036-8).


62. MK Malviya, A Sharma, A Pandey,
Rinu K, P Sati, LMS Palni. 2012. Bacillus subtilis NRRL B-30408: A
potential inoculant for crops grown under rainfed conditions in the mountains. Journal
of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
12 (4)
, 811-824 (doi:
10.4067/S0718-95162012005000034) (ISSN 0718-9516).


63. MK Malviya, A Pandey, A Sharma, SC Tiwari. 2013.
Characterization and identification of actinomycetes isolated from the ‘fired
plots’ under shifting cultivation in northeast Himalaya, India. Annals of Microbiology
63, 561-569 (doi: 10.1007/s13213-012-0504-x).


64. A Pandey, S Singh, LMS Palni. 2013. Microbial inoculants to support tea industry
in India.
Indian Journal of
12, 13-19.


65. Rinu K., MK
Malviya, P Sati, SC Tiwari, A Pandey. 2013.  Response of cold
tolerant Aspergillus spp to solubilization of
Fe and Al phosphate in presence of different nutritional sources.
ISRN Soil Science Article ID 598541, 10 pages (doi:10.1155/2013/598541).


66. K Dhakar, A Pandey. 2013. Laccase production from a temperature and pH
tolerant fungal strain of Trametes hirsuta (MTCC 11397). Enzyme
Article ID 869062, 9 pages


67. P Sati, V Agnihotri, A
. 2013. Optimization of temperature and time length during post chromatographic
derivatization of TLC separation of ginkgolides and bilobalide standards. Journal
of Planar Chromatography
26 (5),
452-454 (doi: 10.1556/JPC.26.2013.5.11).


68. P Sati, K Dhakar,
A Pandey 2013. Microbial diversity in soil under potato cultivation from cold
desert Himalaya, India. ISRN Biodiversity
Article ID767453, 9 pages (doi:10.1155/2013/767453).


69. P Sati, A Pandey, S Rawat, A Rani 2013. Phytochemicals and antioxidants in leaf
extracts of Ginkgo biloba with reference to location,
seasonal variation and solvent system. Journal
of Pharmacy Research
7, 804-809


Rinu K., P Sati, A Pandey. 2014. Trichoderma gamsii (NFCCI 2177): A newly isolated endophytic, psychrotolerant, plant
growth promoting, and antagonistic fungal strain. Journal of Basic Microbiology 54(5), 408-17 (doi: 10.1002/jobm.201200579).


71. A Pandey, K Dhakar,
P Sati, A Sharma, B Kumar, LMS Palni
Geobacillus stearothermophilus (GBPI_16): A
resilient hyperthermophile isolated from an autoclaved sediment sample. Proceedings
of the National Academy of Sciences, India
(Section B): Biological Sciences
84, 349-356 (doi:


72. K Dhakar, A Sharma, A Pandey
2014. Cold, pH and salt tolerant Penicillium
spp. inhabit the high altitude soils in Himalaya, India. World Journal of Microbiology and
30 (4) 1315-1324


73. K Dhakar, R Jain, S Tamta, A Pandey 2014. Prolonged
laccase production by a cold and pH tolerant strain of
(MCC 1049) isolated from
a low temperature environment.
Enzyme Research Article ID 120708, 6
pages (doi:10.1155/2014/120708).


74. A Pandey, P Sati, MK
Malviya, S Singh, A Kumar 2014. Use of endophytic bacterium (Pseudomonas sp., MTCC9476) in
propagation and conservation of Ginkgo
biloba L.: A living fossil. Current
106 (8) 1066-67.


75. A Pandey, K Dhakar, A
Sharma, P Priti, P Sati, B Kumar 2014. Thermophilic bacteria, that tolerate
wide temperature and pH range, colonize the Soldhar (95 °C) and Ringigad (80
°C) hot springs of Uttarakhand, India. Annals of Microbiology (doi:


76. A Sharma, K Jani, YS Shouche, A
Microbial diversity of
Soldhar hot spring, India assessed by analyzing 16S rRNA and protein coding
Annals of Microbiology (doi: 10.1007/s13213-014-0970-4).


77. V Agnihotri, P Sati, A Jantwal, A Pandey 2014. Antimicrobial and
antioxidant phytochemicals in leaf extracts of
Bergenia ligulata: A
Himalayan herb of medicinal value. Natural
Product Research



78. 73. K Dhakar, Rinu K., A Joshi, A Pandey 2014.
Simultaneous production of ligninolytic enzymes by a temperature and pH
tolerant strain of Aspergillus niger
under different cultural conditions. Indian Journal of Biotechnology (In



in edited books / proceedings:


1. LMS Palni, A Sood, M Sharma, DV Rao, G Chand, A Pandey and NK Jain (1993).  Tissue culture of tea: Possibilities and
Limitations.  In: Tea Culture, Processing and Marketing (Eds. MJ Mulky and VS
Sharma), Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi pp 21-23.


2. LMS Palni and A Pandey (1994).  Plant
Biotechnology: Opportunities and Challenges. 
In: Current Advances in Science
and Animal Production in India

R Somvanshi and RR Lokeshwar), International Book Distributing Co.
Lucknow, pp 174-188.


3. SK Nandi, A
and LMS Palni (1994). Cancer cure from the Himalayan yew.  CHEA
7, 41-47.


4. A
, YK Rai, E Sharma and LMS
Palni (1995). Microbes improve maize yield. 
Hima-Paryavaran 7 (1), 11-13.


5. M Joshi, S Sharma, HC Rikhari, S Bhuchar, A Pandey, DS Rawat and LMS Palni
(1996). Haigad Watershed: Mountain Site for ABB Sub-Programme: A Report. Hima-Paryavaran 8 (2), 9-10.


6. A Pandey and LMS Palni (1997). Himalayan Trees: Fungal
Diseases and Control Strategies. In: Recent
Research in Ecology, Environment and Pollution
(Eds. SC Sati, J Saxena, RC
Dubey), Vol. X, Today and Tomorrow’s printers and Publishers. New Delhi, pp


7. A Pandey, A Durgapal, E Sharma and LMS Palni (1998).  Isolation and use of growth promoting
rhizobacteria for improved plant performance in the hills. Proceedings of National Symposium of Frontiers in Applied Environmental


8. A Pandey and LMS Palni (1997). Pseudomonas corrugata: A well adapted bacteria of higher altitude. Hima-Paryavaran
9 (1), 19-20.


9. A Pandey, A Durgapal, D Bisht
and LMS Palni (1998). Microbial inoculants for improved plant performance in
Himalayan region. In: Research for Mountain Development: Some Initiatives and
Gyanodaya Prakashan,
Nainital, pp. 253-272.


10. LMS Palni, N Bag, M
Nadeem, S Tamta, P Vyas, MS Bisht, VK Purohit, A Kumar, SK Nandi,
A Pandey and AN Purohit (!998).
Micropropagation: Conservation through Tissue culture of selected Himalayan
species. In: Research for Mountain Development: Some Initiatives and
Gyanodaya Prakashan,
Nainital, pp. 431-452.  


11. A Pandey and LMS Palni (1999). Rhizosphere Microbiology of
Tea. In: Global Advances in Tea Science (Ed. NK Jain), Aravali Books
International (P) Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 449-462.


12. A
LMS Palni, D Bisht and A
Durgapal (2000). Occurrence of biocontrol systems in plants of higher altitude.
Proceedings of International Conference on Microbial Biotechnology, Trade and
Public Policy, Organized by the Department of Microbiology, Osmania University,
Hyderabad-500 007 (web site 


13. N Bag, A
Kumar, SK Nandi, A Pandey and LMS Palni (2001). Efficient rooting and
biological hardening of tissue culture raised tea (Camellia sinensis
(L.) O. Kuntze) plants. In: Proceedings of 2001 International Conference on
O-CHA (tea) Culture & Science, Session II. Production, Shizuoka, Japan, pp.


14. A
Bag, B Chandra and L
MS Palni (2002).
Biological Hardening: A promising technology for tissue culture industry. In:
Role of plant tissue culture in biodiversity conservation and development (Eds.
SK Nandi, LMS Palni, A Kumar), Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital, pp. 565-577.


B Chaurasia, A Pandey and LMS Palni
(2005) Occurrence of
Arbuscular Mycorrhizae in the rhizosphere of Himalayan Yew (Taxus baccata L.
subsp. wallichiana (Zucc.) Pilger)-A Case Study. In: Basic Research and
applications of Mycorrhizae (Eds. GK Podila and AK Varma, 26-35), IK
International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.


16. A Pandey, P Trivedi, B Kumar, B
Chaurasia, S Singh, LMS Palni. (2004). Development of microbial inoculants for
enhancing plant performance in mountains. In: Biotechnological Approaches for
Sustainable development (Eds. MS Reddy and S Khanna), Allied Publishers Pvt.
Limited, New Delhi, pp. 13-20.


A Pandey, P Trivedi, S Singh, B
Kumar, LMS Palni (2005). Rhizosphere and Ecological competence: Key factors in
the selection of bioinoculants for mountains. In: Proceedings of National
workshop on Conservation and sustainable management of belowground
biodiversity. Organized at Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi, Kerala. 


18. P Trivedi, B Kumar, A Pandey and LMS Palni 2007.  Growth promotion of rice by phosphate
solubilizing bioinoculants in a Himalayan location. Plant and Soil, Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences, Volume
102, First International Meeting on Microbial Phosphate Solubilization (Eds. E
Velazqez, and C Rodriguez- Barrueco), Springer, pp 291-299 (invited paper).


A Pandey, P Trivedi, S Singh, B
Kumar (2007). Microbial inoculants for improving plant performance in
Institute (GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and
Development, Almora 263 643) publication.


20. A Pandey, LMS Palni 2008. Tea Rhizosphere: Characteristic features of microbial
diversity. In: Economic Crisis in Tea Industry (Eds. NK Jain, F Rahaman and P
Baker), Studium Press LLC, USA, pp. 187-194.


21. P Trivedi, B Kumar, A
2008. Nature and applications of Bacillus
species for improving plant growth. In: Potential Microorganisms for
sustainable agriculture: A Techno-commercial perspective (Eds. DK Maheshwari
and RC Dubey), IK International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. pp. 49-66.


22. A Pandey, LMS Palni, B
Kumar, A Sharma, P Trivedi, MK Malviya, Rinu K., N Aishvarya, P Sati 2010.
Extremophiles from Himalaya: Diversity, Bioprospecting and Conservation. In:
Proceedings National Conference on Bioprospecting: Access for sustainable
Development (Eds) R Mathur, S Sharma, NK Singh, Department of Applied Mechanics
(Biotechnology), Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, pp.


23. Rinu
K., A Pandey, LMS Palni (2011) Utilization of psychrotolerant phosphate solubilizing fungi under low
temperature conditions of the mountain ecosystem. In:
Microorganisms in Sustainable Agriculture and
Biotechnology (Eds. T Satyanarayana, BN
Johri and A Prakash), Springer
Science + Buisiness Media, pp. 77-90, (DOI


24. P Trivedi, A Pandey, LMS Palni (2012) Bacterial inoculants for field
applications under Mountain Ecosystem: Present initiatives and future
prospects. In: Bacteria in Agrobiology: Plant Probiotics (Ed. DK Maheshwari),
Springer, pp 15-44


25. P Sati, MK Malviya, A Pandey (2012) Ginkgo
biloba: Himalaya kshetra ke ek durlabh prajateeya vriksha ka sanrakshan evam
. Himaprabha, ISSN 2319-2798 (5) 44-46.


26. A Pandey (2013) Microbial
Diversity: Biotechnological Applications for harnessing commercial potential.
In: The Himalayan Biodiversity: Richness, Representativeness, Uniqueness and
Life support values. Almora, Uttarakhand, India (GBPIHED).


27. A Pandey, V Agnihotri (2015) Antimicrobials from
Medicinal Plants: Research initiatives, Challenges and the Future prospects.
In: Biotechnology
of Bioactive Compounds: Sources and Applications in Food and Pharmaceuticals (Eds.

VK Gupta, M G Tuohy, A O’Donovan, M
Lohani), Wiley-Blackwell.


Dr Anita Pandey,
Scientist ‘F’ & Theme Head
Biotechnological Applications
GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development
Almora 263 643, Uttarakhand