Published
in Journals: 34

 

      34. 
Viswanathan, M. B., C. Rajasekar
and P. Sathish Kumar. 2014.
Genetic
diversity of steno endemic and critically endangered
Monoon tirunelveliense
(Annonaceae) from India as revealed by
ISSRs.
Trees DOI 10.1007/s00468-014-1122-y.

      33. Ramachandran,
A. and M. B. Viswanathan. 2010.
Solanum cordatum Forssk.
(Solanaceae) – A new record to Southern India. 
Rheedea 20 (1): 56-58.

32. Viswanathan, M.B. and U. Manikandan.  2009. 
Rediscovery of Syzygium
courtallense
(Gamble) Alston (Myrtaceae) and Dioscorea spicata Roth (Dioscoreaceae), from the Kalakkad –
Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 50: 157-160.

31. Ramachandran, A.  and
M. B. Viswanathan.  2009.  A new
species of Gymnema  (Asclepiadaceae)
from the Kollihills in Peninsular India. 
Adansonia 31(2): 407-411.

30. Viswanathan, M.B. & U. Manikandan.  2009. Teucrium ramaswamii sp. nov. (Lamiaceae) from India.  Nordic
J. Botany 27
: 86-89.

29. Viswanathan, M.B. and
U. Manikandan. 2008.  A new species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae) from India.  Edinburgh
J. Botany 65
(3): 387–392.

28. Viswanathan, M.B. and U. Manikandan. 2008.  A new
species of Syzygium (Myrtaceae) from the Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger
Reserve in Peninsular India.  Adansonia
30
(1): 113-118.

27. Viswanathan, M.B., U. Manikandan and A.C. Tangavelou.  2005.  A new species of Neurocalyx (Rubiaceae) from Peninsular India. Nordic J. Botany 23(4): 389-394.

26. Viswanathan, M. B., S.
Ramakrishnan, B. Jeyasuresh, N. Andal and M. Venkatesan.   2004. Amendment to an endemic species Dalbergia
tinnevelliensis
Thoth. Family Fabaceae on its rediscovery from
Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, India. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 101 (1): 191-194.

25. Viswanathan, M.B. & U. Manikandan.  2003. A new species of Balsaminaceae, Impatiens tirunelvelica, from Peninsular
India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India  45(1-4): 189-194.

24. Viswanathan, M. B. and N.
Ramesh. 2003. Rediscovery of Aerva wightii (Hook.f.) Amaranthaceae, an
endemic, presumed extinct species, from Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu,
India. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 100(2&3): 635-637.

23. Viswanathan, M. B., U. Manikandan & A.C.
Tangavelou. 2003. 
A
new species of Aganope
(Fabaceae)
from the Southern Western Ghats, Peninsular India. Adansonia
25
(2): 205-210.

22. Viswanathan, M.B., U. Manikandan and A.C. Tangavelou.2002.  Rediscovery of Ardisia blatteri Gamble
(Myrsinaceae), an endemic and critically endangered species from the  Kalakkad – Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in
India.  Rheedea  12(2): 193-196.

21. Viswanathan, M. B., N. Ramesh, M. Maridass & U. Manikandan.2002.
Rediscovery of a        critically
endangered species, Phyllanthus beddomei (Gamble)
Mohanan, Euphorbiaceae, from Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in India. J.
Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc.  99
(3): 560-562. 

20. Viswanathan, M.B. and U. Manikandan. 
2002. Emending of an endemic and critically endangered species of KMTR, Cinnamomum
walaiwarense
Kosterm., Family Lauraceae, of Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger
Reserve in India.  J. Bombay Nat. History Society  99(3): 557-559.

19. Viswanathan, M. B. and U. Manikandan. 2001.  Rediscovery of three narrow endemic and
threatened members of Rubiaceae from Tamil Nadu.  Rheedea 
11
(2): 101-108.

18. Viswanathan, M.B. and U.
Manikandan. 2001.  A new species, Memecylon mundanthuraianum, of
Melastomataceae from India.  Nordic J. Botany 21(3): 259 –262.

17. Viswanathan, M.B. 2001. Two new species in Memecylon (Melastomataceae) from India.  Nordic
J. Botany 21
(3): 253-258.

16. Viswanathan, M. B.  1996 (2001). 
Marattia  fraxinea  Sm. 
(Marattiaceae) – an endangered fern – a new record to the Eastern Ghats
of Peninsular India. Bull. Bot. Surv.
India 38
(1-4): 136-137. 

15. Viswanathan, M.B. and U. Manikandan. 2001. Polyalthia tirunelveliensis  (Annonaceae),
a new species from Peninsular India.  Kew Bull. 56: 217-221.

14. Viswanathan, M. B., E.H. Prem Kumar and N. Ramesh. 2000. Novelties in
Balanophora indica (Arn.) Griff.
(Balanophoraceae) from Peninsular India. Rheedea  10(2):
121-126.

13. Viswanathan, M. B., E. Harrison Prem Kumar and N. Ramesh. 2000.  Rediscovery of a presumed extinct species, Wendlandia 
angustifolia 
(Rubiaceae) from
KMTR in India. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc.
97
(2): 311–313.

12. Viswanathan, M .B. 2000. A new species of Capparis (Capparaceae) from India. Kew Bull. 55: 245-246. 

11. Viswanathan, M. B. 1997. Rediscovery and relocation of a rare grass Cyrtococcum sparsicomum   (Nees ex Steud.)  A. Camus in Tamil Nadu.  J.
Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc.
 94 (1): 177-179.

10. Viswanathan, M. B. and A.
Rajendran 1993(1997).  Memecylon rivulare Bremer   (Melastomataceae) – An addition to the
Indian Flora. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 35 (1-4): 124-126.

9.   Murugan, S.,
P. Ranjithakani and M.B. Viswanathan. 1995. Two additions as new    records to the flora of Eastern Ghats in
Peninsular India. Indian J. Forestry 18(2):
174-175.

8. Ranjithakani, P., S. Murugan, M.B. Viswanathan, S.
Geetha and G. Lakshmi. 1992.  Notes on
three Rubiaceous species as new records to the Eastern Ghats in Peninsular
India. Indian J. Forestry 13(2):
273-275.

 7. Viswanathan,
M.B. and K.K. Lakshmanan. 1991.  Taxonomy
of Neonotonia wightii (Wight &
Arn.) Lackey (Papilionaceae).  J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 88(1): 137-
138.

  6.             Viswanathan, M.B. 1990. 
On the occurrence of Ventilago
goughii
Gamble (Rhamnaceae
) – A  rare/threatened species- in the Eastern
Ghats.  Bull. Bot. Surv. India 32(1-4): 181-182.

  5.             Viswanathan, M.B. 1990.  Dalbergia
congesta
Graham ex Wight &  Arn.
(Papilionaceae) – A new record from North Arcot District to the Eastern
Ghats.  Bull. Bot. Surv. India 32(1-4): 170-172.

  4.             Viswanathan, M.B. and K.K.
Lakshmanan. 1990.  Memecylon talbotianum Brandis (Melastomataceae) – A new record for
the Eastern Ghats of Peninsular India. Indian
J. Forestry 13
(2): 174-175.

  3.             Viswanathan,
M.B. 1990.  Ventilago gamblei Suesseng.(Rhamnaceae) – A rare species  from 
North Arcot District, Tamil Nadu. 
J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 14(1):
105-107.

  2.             Viswanathan,
M.B. 1989.  A new species of Asplenium L. (Aspleniaceae) from Javadi
hills of North Arcot District, Tamil Nadu, India.  Curr.
Sci. 58
(6): 318-319.

  1.             Viswanathan, M. B., K.K. Lakshmanan
and N. P. Balakrishnan. 1988.  The
confusion regarding Phyllanthus
wightianus
Muell. Arg. (Euphorbiaceae). 
J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 12 (2):
342 – 344.

 

Chapters in Books: 9

9. Viswanathan, M.B.
2012.  Endemic and threatened plants of
the Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in India. Pp.162-164. In: Forest
Genetic Resources Management in India. 
K. Palanisamy, N. Krishnakumar & R. Anandalakshmi (Eds.) Institute
of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding, Coimbatore.

8. Viswanathan, M.B. 2012.  Strategies for Conservation of Endemic and Threatened
Plants in India. Pp. 72-74. Manual on Short Term Training Course on “Commercial
Plant Tissue Culture and Gene Transfer Techniques in Plants” – 12th
– 25th March 2012.  Department
of Plant Science, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli 620 024, Tamil
Nadu, India.

7. Viswanathan, M.B. 2010.
Invasive/Alien Species of
Agastyamalai Biosphere Reserve in Tamil Nadu of India.  In: Proceedings of the Seminar on Invasive
Alien Species May – 2009.  R. Annamalai.
(Ed.). Envis Centre, Department of Environment, Government of Tamil Nadu,
Chennai 600 015, Tamil Nadu.

6. Viswanathan, M.B. and V. K. Melkani. 2000.  Endemic and threatened plants of the
Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu.  Pp. 
46-58. In: G. Kumaravelu & K.K. Chaudhuri (Eds.).  Endemic and endangered plant and animal
species of Eastern and Western Ghats. 
Proceedings of the National Seminar held on 22nd and 23rd
March 1999.  Forest Department,
Government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai.

5. Viswanathan, M.B.  1999.  Plant diversity of the Kalakkad –
Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve (KMTR), Tamil Nadu – A conservationist view.  Pp. 189-213. 
In: M. Sivadasan & Philip Mathew (Eds). Biodiversity, Taxonomy and
Conservation of Tropical Flowering Plants.
Mentor Books, Calicut.

4. Viswanathan, M. B.  1998. Some
additions as new records to the Eastern Ghats of Peninsular India. In: B. K.
Gupta(Ed.) Higher Plants Indian Subcontinent 8: 235-238. Bishen Singh
Mahendra Pal singh, U. P.

3. Viswanathan, M. B.  1998. Two
rare species as new records to the Eastern Ghats of Peninsular India. In: B. K.
Gupta (Ed.) Higher Plants of the Indian
Subcontinent 8:
229-233. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal singh, U. P. 

2. Viswanathan, M. B.  1994.  Biodiversity, deforestation, conservation and
agroforestry: an overview.  Pp.  23-29. In: N. Sukumaran, G. S. Vijayalakshmi,
M. Arunachalam and M. B. Viswanathan (Eds.). Orientation Course on ecology,
Environment and Pollution, 12-14 February, 1994. Course Manual. Manonmaniam
Sundaranar University, Sri Paramakalyani Centre for Environmental Sciences,
Alwarkurichi – 627 412.

1. Viswanathan, M. B. and K. K. Lakshmanan. 1991.   Rostellularia   latispica (C. B. Clarke) Bremek.
(Acanthaceae) – A new record to the Eastern Ghats of Peninsular India.  Higher
Plants of the Indian Subcontinent 2
: 13-16.


Online Publication: http://www.southasiantaxa.org/orchid_camp.html

CAMP
Workshop on Orchids of the Western Ghats.
15th
19th May 2000, Coimbatore.
Sponsored by Zoo Outreach Organization/C.B.S.G India and Institute of Forest
Genetics and Tree Breeding, Coimbatore.

 

In reports: 2

2. Zoo Outreach Organization/C.B.S.G. India.  1997. 
Report – CAMP III Conservation Assessment and Management Plan for
selected species for Medicinal Plants of Southern India, 16-18 January 1997.  Coimbatore, India.

1.  Zoo Outreach Organization/C.B.S.G.
India.  1996.  Report – CAMP II Conservation Assessment and
Management Plan for selected species for Medicinal Plants of Southern India,
12-14 February 1996.  Coimbatore, India.

 

Pamphlet

         1.            Melkani, V. K. and M. B. Viswanathan.
1999. Kalakkad – Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve   Floral Diversity. Forest Department, Tamil
Nadu.

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