LIST
OF PUBLICATIONS OF DR. D.K. SINGH

A.     BOOKS

 

Authored/Co-authored:
 

1.           
D.K. Singh 2002. Notothylaceae of India and Nepal (A
morpho-taxonomical revision). pp. i-xiii, 271. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh,
Dehradun.

2.           
B.P. Uniyal, S.
Singh & D.K. Singh. 1995. Plant Diversity in Tehri Dam submersible
area. pp. 159. BSI, Calcutta.

3.           
A.S. Chauhan,
K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh. 
1996. A Contribution to the Flora of Namdapha, Arunachal Pradesh. BSI,
New Delhi.

4.           
S.K. Murti, D.K.
Singh
& S. Singh. 2000. Plant Diversity in Lower Gori Valley
Pithoragarh, U.P. (H.E. Project Area). pp. i-iv, 284. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal
Singh, Dehradun.

5.           
P.S. Roy, S.
Singh, T.P. Singh, G. Talukdar, D.K. Singh, B.P. Uniyal, P.K. Hajra,
M.B. Chandrashekhar, P.K. Joshi, N, Jerath & C. Prakash. 2002. Biodiversity
Conservation at Landscape Level in Western Himalayas, India using Satellite
Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System (Himachal Pradesh and
Shivaliks of Punjab: Under DOS-DBT collaborative project jointly with
scientists from IIRS, Dehradun). IIRS, Dehradun.

6.           
S.K. Srivastava & D.K. Singh 2005. Glimpses of the Plant Wealth of Uttaranchal. pp. i-x,
158. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun.

7.           
B.P. Uniyal, J.R.
Sharma, U. Chaudhary & D.K. Singh. 2007. Flowering Plants of Uttarakhand
(A checklist). pp. i-vi, 404. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun.

8.           
S.K. Singh & D.K.
Singh
2009. Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of Great Himalayan National Park and
its environs (HP), India. pp. i-x, 465. BSI, Dehradun.

9.           
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2012. Flora of Gangotri National Park, Western
Himalaya, India. pp. i-x, 708. BSI, Thiruvananthapuram.

10.       
M. Dey &
D.K. Singh
2012.  Epiphyllous
Liverworts of Eastern Himalaya. pp. 
i-vi, 415. BSI, Thiruvananthapuram.

11.       
D.K. Singh & S.K. Singh 2014. Liverworts and Hornworts of
Himachal Pradesh (Identification Manual). pp. i-ix, 281. Bishen Singh Mahendra
Pal Singh, Dehradun. (in Press)
 

 

Authored
and edited:

 

12.       
N.P. Singh & D.K.
Singh
(eds.) 2001. Floristic Diversity and Conservation Strategies in
India. IV. pp. i-x, 1631-2340. BSI, Dehra Dun.

13.       
N.P. Singh, K.P.
Singh & D.K. Singh (eds.) 2002. 
Flora of Mizoram. I. (Ranunculaceae – Asteraceae). pp. i-xiii, 845. BSI,
Dehra Dun.

14.       
N.P. Singh, D.K.
Singh
& B.P. Uniyal (eds.) 2002. Flora of Jammu & Kashmir I.
[Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, Angiosperms (Ranunculaceae – Moringaceae)]. pp.
1-xii, 900. BSI, Dehradun.

15.       
J.R. Bhatt, G.V.
Subramanyam, M. Sanjappa, D.K. Singh, K.P. Singh, V.J. Nair, P. Singh
& Ramakrishna (Fliers) 2010. Taxonomy Capacity Building: Indian Initiative.
BSI, New Delhi.

16.       
D.K. Singh & B.P. Uniyal (eds.) 1994. Pashchimi Himalaya ki
Vanaspatiyan. pp. 1-152. BSI, Dehra Dun. (Hindi).

 

Edited:

 

17.       
P.K. Hajra, R.R.
Rao, D.K. Singh & B.P. Uniyal (eds.) 1995.  Flora of India. 12: Asteraceae
(Anthemideae-Heliantheae). pp. 1-xxviii, 454. BSI, New Delhi.

18.       
P.K. Hajra, R.R.
Rao, D.K. Singh & B.P. Uniyal (eds.) 1995. Flora of India. 13:
Asteraceae (Inuleae-Vernonieae). pp. i-xxii, 411. BSI, New Delhi.

19.       
N.P. Singh, D.K.
Singh
, P.K. Hajra & B.D. Sharma (eds.) 2000. Flora of India. Introductory
Volume – Part II. pp. i-xi, 464. BSI, New Delhi.

20.       
N.P. Singh, J.N.
Vohra, P.K. Hajra & D.K. Singh, (eds.) 2000. Flora of India. 5
(Olacaceae – Connaraceae). pp. i-xi, 577. 2000. BSI, New Delhi.

21.       
M. Sanjappa, D.K.
Singh
, P. Singh & R. Gopal (eds.) 2008. Floristic Diversity in Tiger
Reserves of India. pp. i-xxv, 568. MoEF & BSI, New Delhi.

22.       
D.K. Singh & P. Singh (eds.) 2011. Plant Discoveries 2010.
pp. 1 – 94. BSI, New Delhi.

23.       
P. Singh, D.K.
Singh
& S.S. Dash (eds.) 2012. Plant Discoveries 2011. pp. 1 – 94. BSI,
New Delhi.

24.        
D.K. Singh & P. Singh (eds.) 2011. Vanaspati Anveshan 2010.
pp. i – iv, 1 – 94. BSI, New Delhi.

25.        
P. Singh, D.K.
Singh
& S.S. Dash (eds.) 2012. Vanaspati Anveshan 2011. pp. 1 – 94.
BSI, New Delhi.

26.        
G.P. Sinha, D.K. Singh & K.P. Singh 2012. Flora of Mizoram. II. pp. i-xxx, 649. BSI, Dehradun.

27.        
P. Singh, D.K.
Singh
& S.S. Dash (eds.) 2013.
वनस्पति अंवेषण 2012/Plant Discoveries 2012. BSI, New Delhi.

 

Editing
of in-House Journals
 

1.           
Nelumbo – the Bulletin of Botanical Survey of India; Volume 53
(2011) onwards.

2.           
Vanaspati Vani – the Hindi journal of Botanical Survey of India;
Volume 17 (2007) onwards.

 

B.        RESEARCH PAPERS

 

Published/under
publication in peer reviewed journals:
 

1.           
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1976. A new Cyathodium from India. The
Bryologist
79: 234-238.

2.           
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1977. Studies in East Himalayan Hepaticae : 1. The
Genus Trichocolea Dumort. Geophytology 7: 65-72.

3.           
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1977. Haplomitrium hookeri in Western
Himalayas, India. The Bryologist 80: 340-342.

4.           
R. Udar, S.C. Srivastava & D.K. Singh. 1978. Oil-bodies in some Indian Metzgeriales. Geophytology
8: 32-39.

5.           
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1978. Cyathodium
indicum
Udar et Singh, sp. nov., from Western Himalayas, India.
J. Bryol. 10:
37-40.

6.           
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1978. Thickened bands in the capsule wall of Notothylas
levieri. The Bryologist
81: 575-577.

7.           
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1978. In vitro studies on the spore germination
of Cryptomitrium himalayense  Kash. New Botanist 5: 15-21.

8.           
D.K. Singh. 1978. On some anomalous male receptacle in Marchantia
L. New Botanist 5: 113-114.

9.           
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1979. On a new species of Notothylas Sull. from
Western Ghats, India. Rev. Bryol. Lichenol. 45: 201-208.

10.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1979. Notothylas pfleidereri sp. nov. from
Mangalore, India. Lindbergia 5: 28-30.

11.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1979. Notothylas dissecta, a hornwort new to
India. The Bryologist 82: 625-628.

12.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1980. An Interesting Notothylas from Brazil. Misc.
Bryol. Lichenol.
8: 173-178.

13.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1981. A new species of the genus Notothylas  Sull., N. himalayensis Udar et
Singh, sp. nov. from India. J. Bryol. 11: 451-457.

14.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1981. Notothylas khasiana Udar et Singh,
sp. nov.,from Shillong, India. J. Indian Bot. Soc. 60: 112-117.

15.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1981. Further observation on Notothylas
pfleidereri. Lindbergia
7: 66-68.

16.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1981. Some new combinations under Phaeoceros
Prosk. Geophytology 11: 257-258.

17.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1981. Recent concepts in the taxonomy of the genus Notothylas.
In: Contemporary trends in Plant Sciences (Ed. S.C. Verma), New Delhi,
162-174.

18.       
D.K. Singh. 1983. Cyathodium mehranum Singh, sp. nov.,
from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Misc. Bryol. Lichenol. 9: 172-177.

19.       
D.K. Singh. 1983. Trichocolea udarii Singh – a new
hepatic from Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya, India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 25:
177-180. (Published in 1984).

20.       
D.K. Singh. 1987. A new species of Folioceros Bharad.
(Anthocerotaceae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 29:
176-180, 1987 (Published in 1990).

21.       
D.K. Singh. 1988. A new species of Notothylas Sull.
(Bryophyta) from Nepal. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 84: 649-653.

22.       
R. Udar & D.K. Singh. 1988. Folioceros appendiculatus
(Anthocerotaceae) – an addition to Indian Bryoflora. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 8:
224-228.

23.       
D.K. Singh, B.M. Wadhwa & K.P. Singh. 1990. A conspectus of
Orchids of Mizoram: their status and conservation. J. Orch. Soc. India  4: 51-64.

24.       
D.K. Singh. 1993. Diversity in indian Hornworts (Bryophyhta): A
state of the Art Report. Bull. Bot. Surv. India.  36: 71-81. (published in 1997).

25.       
S.K. Murti & D.K.
Singh
. 1993. Concept and Development of Herbarium with special reference to
India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India. 36: 142-159. (published in 1997).

26.       
S. Singh & D.K.
Singh
1994. Additions to the flora of Chamoli district. Higher Plants of
Indian Subcontinent
6: 109 – 125.

27.       
D.K. Singh, S. Singh & S.K. Murti. 1995. Trachycarpus
takil
Becc. (Arecaceae) – A rare, endemic palm of Kumaon Himalayas. Indian
J. Forest.
 18(4): 332-336.

28.       
D.K. Singh. 1995. Distribution of family Notothylaceae in India
and its phytogeographical significance. Adv. Pl. Sci. Res. 2:
28-43.

29.       
B. Balodi & D.K.
Singh.
1997. Medico-ethnobotany of Ladakh. Ann. For. 5 (2):
189 – 197.

30.       
S. Singh & D.K.
Singh
. 1995. A rare Selaginella P. Beauv. from Kumaon. Indian J.
Forest.
18(2): 176.

31.       
D.K. Singh. 1999. Indian Hepaticae: Status and Strategies. Ann.
For.
7(2): 199-211.

32.       
R.K. Gupta, G.P.
Sinha & D.K. Singh. 1999. A note on lichens of Schirmacher Oasis,
east Antarctica. Indian J. Forest.  22(3): 292-294.

33.       
D.K. Singh & R.C. Semwal. 2000. A New species of Notothylas
Sull. (Bryophyta) from Uttaranchal, India. Indian J. Forest. 23(4):
386-389.

34.       
D.K. Singh & R.C. Semwal. 2000. Bryoflora of Schirmacher
Oasis, East Antarctica – A Preliminary Study. DOD Tech. Pub. No. 14:
173-185. 2000.

35.       
D.K. Singh & R.C. Semwal. 2001. A new species of Notothylas
Sull. from Dehra Dun. Phytotaxonomy 1: 35-39.

36.       
D.K. Singh. 2001. Orchid Diversity in Gori Valley, Uttaranchal –
A Conservation Perspective. Ann. For. : 9(1): 23-35.

37.       
B. Narayan, P.V.
Karunakaran & D.K. Singh. 2001. Contribution to the Bryoflora of
Great Himalayan National Park, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. I. Indian J. Forest.
24: 265-278.

38.       
R.K. Gupta & D.K.
Singh
. 2001. Microalgae in the rhizoidal zone of moss communities in
Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica. Phytotaxonomy 1: 57-62.

39.       
R.K. Gupta, K.P.
Singh & D.K. Singh 2002. Algae of the Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary,
Arunachal Pradesh, India. Ann. For. 10(2): 327-337.

40.       
D.K. Singh & Binita Narayan. 2002. Folioceros glandulosus
(Lehm. et Lindenb.)
Bharad. (Bryophyta) from Arunachal Pradesh. Phytotaxonomy
2: 16-19.

41.       
B.P. Uniyal, B. Balodi & D.K. Singh. 2002. On some scarcely collected plant species from
Darma Valley, Uttaranchal, India. Phytotaxonomy 2: 123-125.

42.       
D.K. Singh 2003. Survey, Collection and Preservation of Lower
Plant Diversity in Antarctica with special reference to Bryophyta. Bull.
Bot. Surv. India
. 45(1 – 4): 29 – 38.

43.       
S.K. Singh & D.K.
Singh
2002. Contribution to the Liverworts of Gobind National Park,
Uttaranchal. Bull. Bot. Surv. India. 44 (1-4): 99 – 118 (2003).

44.       
Sujeet Kumar & D.K. Singh 2002. Contribution to the Mosses of Gobind National Park,
Uttaranchal. Bull. Bot. Surv. India. 44 (1-4): 119 – 134 (2003).

45.       
P. Pusalkar, P.
Kukreti, B.P. Uniyal & D.K. Singh 2002. Species hitherto unknown to
Uttaranchal flora. Indian J. Forest. 26(2): 100-101.

46.       
D.K. Singh 2003. Conservation of Plant Diversity in India: An
overview. Van Vigyan.38 (1 – 4): 1-29.

47.       
A. Chauhan, B.P.
Uniyal & D.K. Singh 2003. Taverniera cuneifolia (Roth.) Arn.
(Fabaceae). A new record for Jammu & Kashmir, North-west Himalaya. Ann.
For.
11(1): 98-100.

48.       
K. Chandra Sekar,
S.K. Srivastava, D.K. Singh & S.K. Murti 2003.  Newly recorded taxa from Lahaul-Spiti,
Himachal Pradesh. Ann. For. 
11(1): 52-58.

49.       
S. Singh, K.
Chandra Sekar, P. S. Roy, Surendra Singh, D.K. Singh, B.P. Uniyal &
M.B. Chandrashekhar 2003.  Additions to
the flora of Lahaul-Spiti district, Himachal Pradesh. Ann. For.  11(1): 59-62.

50.       
K. Chandra Sekar, S. K. Srivastava &  D.K. Singh  2003. Some
interesting plant records from Pin Valley National Park, Lahaul-Spiti, Himachal
Pradesh. Indian J. Forest.  26(2):97-99.

51.       
K. Chandrasekar,
S.K. Srivastava, D.K. Singh & S.K. Murti 2003.
Genus Brachypodium P.
Beauv. in India.
Phytotaxonomy 3: 60 – 62.

52.       
K. Chandrasekar,
S. K. Srivastava, D.K. Singh & R.D. Gaur 2003. Myricaria
albiflora
Grierson & Long (Tamaricaceae) – A new record for North-west
Himalaya. Ann. For. 11(2): 182-184.

53.       
S.K.Singh & D.K.
Singh
2003. Contribution to the Bryoflora of Great Himalayan National Park,
Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India – II. Hepaticae. Phytotaxonomy. 3: 35 –
52.

54.       
Sujeet Kumar & D.K. Singh 2003. Contribution to the Bryoflora of Great Himalayan
National Park, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India – III. Musci. Phytotaxonomy.
3: 53 – 59.

55.       
S. K. Singh,
& D. K. Singh 2003. Heteroscyphus orbiculatus Srivast. et
Srivast.: New to Himalayan Bryoflora. Indian J. Forest. 26 (3): 317 –
319.

56.       
D. K. Singh & S. K. Singh 2003. Conocephalum japonicum
(Thunb.) Grolle (Bryophyta : Conocephalaceae) – A liverwort rediscovered in
Indian Bryoflora. Indian J. Forest. 26 (4): 442 – 444.

57.       
S. Singh,
Surendra Singh, D.K. Singh, B.P. Uniyal & T.P. Singh 2003. Little
known fern species recorded from Lahaul-Spiti district, Himachal Pradesh. Indian
J. Forest.
26 (4) 442 – 444.

58.       
S. K. Singh &
D.K. Singh 2004. Lejeunea flava (Swartz) Nees – An addition to
the bryoflora of Western Himalaya. Geophytology 32: 115-117.

59.       
S. K. Singh, D.
Singh & D. K. Singh 2004. On two noteworthy liverworts from Western
Himalaya, India. Ann. For. 12 (1): 56-60.

60.       
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2004. Ranunculus uttaranchalensis
(Ranunculaceae): A new species from Western Himalaya, India. Nordic. J. Bot.
24 (4): 403-405.

61.       
P.K. Pusalkar, D.K.
Singh
& P. Lakshminarasimhan 2004. Silene gangotriana
(Caryophyllaceae) : a new species from Western Himalaya, India. Kew Bulletin
59 (4): 621-624.

62.       
K.
Chandrasekar,  S. K. Srivastava, D.K.
Singh
& R.D. Gaur 2004. Additions to the Flora of Himachal Pradesh from
Pin Valley National Park. Indian J. Forest. 27 (3): 317-319.

63.       
P. K. Pusalkar & D. K. Singh 2004. Waldheimia huegelii (Schultz.-Bip.) Tzevlev – A new record for India, with a note on the
nomenclature of the genus. Rheedea 14: 51-54.

64.       
P. K. Pusalkar, P. Kukreti, D. K. Singh & R.
D. Gaur 2004.
Some new plant records from
Western Himalaya, India. Ann. For. 12(1): 118-120.

65.       
P. K. Pusalkar, P. Kukreti, D. K. Singh & R.
D. Gaur 2004.
Additions to the Flora of
Uttranchal. Indian J. Forest. 27(4): 404-406.

66.       
A. Chauhan & D.K.
Singh
2005. Interesting Plant Records from Ladakh (Jammu & Kashmir). Indian
J. Forest.
28 (1): 71-74.

67.       
P.K. Pusalkar, D.K.
Singh
, P. Lakshminarasimhan & S. Singh 2005. Salvia reflexa Hornem.
(Lamiaceae) – A new record for India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 47 (1-4):
183-184.

68.       
A. Chauhan & D.K.
Singh
2005.  A note on Elymus
kuramensis
(Meld.) T.A. Cope (Poaceae) from India. Bull. Bot. Surv.
India
47 (1-4): 145-148.

69.       
A. Chauhan, D.
K. Singh
, S. K. Srivastava & S.K. Murti 2005 Oxytropis
hypoglottoides
(Baker) Ali : A new record for India. Bull. Bot. Surv.
India
47 (1-4): 185-188.

70.       
A. Chauhan, D.K.
Singh
& J.S. Dhakre 2005. Rediscovery of Puccinellia stapfiana R.R.
Stewart – An Endemic Grass from Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir. Rheedia 15
(2): 136-137.

71.       
A. Chauhan, D.K.
Singh
& J.S. Dhakre 2005. Additions to the Poaceae of Ladakh, Jammu
& Kashmir. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 29 (1): 224-226.

72.       
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2005. Proposal to conserve the name Waldhemia
against Allardia (Asteraceae – Anthemideae). Taxon 54 (2):
553-554.

73.       
S.K. Singh & D.K.
Singh
2005. Lopholejeunea sikkimensis var. tenuicostata
(Hepaticae : Lejeuneaceae) – a new variety from great Himalayan National Park,
Himachal Pradesh, India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 47 (1-4): 189-192.

74.       
S. Das & D.K. Singh 2005. Bazzania
bidentula
(Steph.)
Steph. – An
addition to Indian Bryoflora. Geophytology 35 (1 & 2): 15-17.

75.       
S.K. Singh  & D.K. Singh 2005.  A new species of Frullania from India.
J. Bryol. 27:105-108.


76.       
D.K. Singh, S.K. Singh, Sujeet Kumar & R.D. Gaur 2005.
Bryo-diversity in Shivalik Ecosystems of Punjab J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 30
(3): 624-632.

77.       
D. Singh  &
D.K. Singh 
2006.  Riccardia palmata (Hedw.)
Curruth. – An addition to Indian Bryoflora from East
Sikkim. Phytotaxonomy 6: 93 – 96.

78.       
D. Singh & D.K. Singh 2006. Studies on oil-bodies in some foliose liverworts from East
Sikkim. Indian J. Forest. 29 (4): 457
– 461.

79.       
S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2006. Plagiochila
ovalifolia
Mitt., a new record for Indian bryoflora.
J. Non-Timb. For. Prod. 13(1): 69 – 72.

80.       
D.K. Singh, S. Das. & M. Dey
2006.
Leptolejeunea
subdentata
Schiffn. ex Herzog
(Hepaticae: Lejeuneaceae) new to India. Indian
J. Forest.
29 (3): 339 – 342.

81.       
S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2006. Contribution to the bryoflora of Great Himalayan National
Park, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh IV: Genus Porella (Porellaceae). Geophytology
36: 93 – 107.

82.       
D.K. Singh, S.K. Singh & M. Dey 2006 [2007]. On a collection of
Hepaticae from Andaman Island. Phytotaxonomy 6: 99 – 104.

83.       
M. Dey, D. Singh & D.K. Singh 2007. Lejeunea
eifrigii
Mizut. (Hepaticae: Lejeuneaceae) – A new record for Indian
bryoflora from Sikkim. Indian J. Forest.
30 (4): 511 – 512.

84.       
D. Singh,
M. Dey &
D.K. Singh 2007.  Diversity in epiphyllous taxa of genus Metzgeria Raddi from Eastern Himalaya with a note on three new
records of genus from India.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect.
B, Biol. Sci.
77: 32 –
43.

85.       
D. Singh &
D.K. Singh
2007. Riccardia elata (Steph.)
Schiffn. – a new record for Indian
bryoflora from East Sikkim. Indian J.
Forest.
30 (4): 525 – 527.

86.       
D. Singh & D.K.
Singh
2007. Some recently collected rare and endemic liverworts from Sikkim
Himalaya, India. Envis News Letter 12
(1 & 2): 10.

87.       
D.K. Singh & S. Das. 2007. A
note on Mastigophora woodsii – a relict disjunct from Mehao Wildlife
Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh. Envis News
Letter
12 (1 & 2): 2.

88.       
D.K. Singh & D. Singh 2007. Rediscovery of Cyathodium acrotrichum
Schiffn. (Hepaticae:   Cyathodiaceae
) – a long lost liverwort oft-treated as doubtful taxon. Curr. Sci. 92: 1354 – 1356. 

89.       
D.K. Singh & S.K. Singh  2007. Hide and seek of Monosolenium tenerum Griff. (Hepaticae:
Monosoleniaceae) in Indian bryoflora
. Curr. Sci. 92: 1483 – 1485.

90.       
S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2007. Contribution to the
bryoflora of Great Himalayan National Park, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh V: Genus Plagiochila
(Dumort.) Dumort. (Plagiochilaceae).
Indian J. Forest. 30: 101 – 112.

91.       
S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2007. Jungermannia
indrodayana
  (Jungermanniaceae,
Hepaticae) – a new species from India. Cryptogamie, Bryol. 28: 103 – 108.

92.       
S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2007. Cephalozia
schusteri
(Cephaloziaceae, Hepaticae) – a new species from India. Lindbergia
32: 1 – 4. 

93.       
S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2007. Some new and
noteworthy records of Hepaticae and Anthocerotae from Western Himalaya, India. Cryptogamie,
Bryol.
28: 253 – 265.

94.       
S.K. Singh & D.K.
Singh
2007. A preliminary census of Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of Doon
Valley. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 49 (1-4): 1 – 14.

95.       
S. Das & D.K.
Singh
2007. Two interesting records of liverworts from Mehao Wildlife
Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 49 (1-4):
211 – 214.

96.       
P. K. Pusalkar & D. K. Singh 2007 [2008]. Herniaria cineria DC. – A new record for India. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 104
(2): 251 – 252.

97.       
P.K. Pusalkar, D.K. Singh & S.K. Srivastava 2008. Elymus gangotrianus (Poaceae: Pooideae:
Triticeae), a new species from the Western Himalaya, India. Kew Bull. 63: 507 – 509.

98.       
P.K. Pusalkar,
& D.K. Singh 2008. New
records for the flora of Himachal Pradesh Ann.
For.
16(1): 87 – 91.

99.       
P.K. Pusalkar,
& D.K. Singh 2008. Cotoneaster garhwalensis Klotz
(Rosaceae) – a new synonym. Indian J.
Forest.
31(4): 32 – 34.

100.   
D.K. Singh & P.K.
Pusalkar 2008 [2009].
Delphinium nordhagenii Wendelbo [Ranunculaceae]
– a new record for Indian flora with a note on Delphenium nordhagenni
var. acutidentatum W.T. Wang.
Bull. Bot. Surv. India 50: 183-186.

101.   
P.K. Pusalkar,
& D.K. Singh [2008] 2009. A new species of Berchemia Neck. ex
DC. [Rhamnaceae] from India. Bull. Bot.
Surv. India
50: 9–12.

102.   
M. Dey & D.K. Singh 2008. Frullania pran-nathii – a new epiphyllous liverwort from Darjeeling
India. J. Jap. Bot. 83: 280 – 283.

103.   
M. Dey & D. K.
Singh
2008. Lejeunea alata Gottsche (Lejeuneaceae) – A new record
for Indian bryoflora from Arunachal Pradesh. Geophytology: 37: 43 – 45.

104.   
M. Dey, D. Singh
& D.K. Singh 2008. A new species
of Cololejeunea (Hepaticae:
Lejeuneaceae) from Eastern Himalaya, India. Taiwania
53(3): 258 – 263. 

105.   
M. Dey, D.K. Singh & D. Singh 2008. Two new
species of Lejeunea Lib. (Hepaticae:
Lejeuneaceae) from Sikkim, India. J.
Bryol.
30: 126 – 132.

106.   
D.K. Singh & D. Singh
2008. Rediscovery of Calypogeia
aeruginosa
Mitt. (Hepaticae: Calypogeiaceae) – a long lost liverwort from
Sikkim, India. J. Bryol. 30: 229 –
231. 

107.   
D. Singh, M. Dey
& D.K. Singh 2008. Studies on
oil-bodies in some foliose liverworts from East Sikkim-II. Indian J. Forest. 31(2): 315 – 320. 

108.   
D. Singh, D.K.
Singh
& M.P. Singh 2008. Scapania
contorta
Mitt.
(subgen. Scapania: sect. Plicaticalyx) with a note on diversity and distribution of species
in India. Indian J. Forest. 31(1):
151 – 158. 

109.   
M. Dey & D.K.
Singh 2008. Leptolejeunea
arunachalensis
(Lejeuneaceae, Hepaticae) – a new species from India. J.
Jpn. Bot.
83: 343 – 346.

110.   
M. Dey & D.K.
Singh 2007 (2008). Cololejeunea yipii R.L.Zhu (Hepaticae:
Lejeuneaceae) – new to Indian bryoflora from West Siang, Arunachal Pradesh. Phytotaxonomy 7: 35 – 37.

111.   
S. Das & D.K.
Singh 2007 (2008). Isotachis armata (Nees) Gottsche – A new
record for India. Phytotaxonomy 7: 47
– 49.

112.   
S. Das & D.K.
Singh
2008. Leptolejeunea arunachalensis (Lejeuneaceae,
Hepaticae) – a new species from India. J. Jpn. Bot. 83: 343 –
346.

113.    D. Singh & D. K. Singh 2008 [2009]. A note on Metzgeria
conjugata
Lindb.
(Hepaticae:
Metzgeriaceae) from India. Geophytology
37:
47 – 49.

114.    D. Singh, M. Dey & D. K. Singh 2008 [2009]. Lejeunea
papilionacea
Steph. (Hepaticae: Lejeuneaceae) – an addition to Indian
bryoflora from East Sikkim. Bull. Bot.
Surv. India 50
(1-4): 212 – 215.

115.    M. Dey & D.K. Singh
2008 [2009].
Cololejeunea longiana
Grolle & Mizut. – an addition to Indian bryoflora from Darjeeling, West
Bengal. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 50 (4): 209 – 211.

116.    D.K. Singh & D. Singh 2009. Saccogynidium Grolle (Hepaticae:
Geocalycaceae) – a new generic record for Indian bryoflora. J. Bryol. 31: 50 – 54.

117.    D. Singh & D. K. Singh 2009. Isotachis
japonica
Steph. ­– An addition to Indian bryoflora from East Sikkim. Indian J. Forest. 32 (3): 501 – 504.

118.    M. Dey, D. Singh & D. K. Singh 2009. Some new and noteworthy records of
Hepaticae from Eastern Himalaya, India. Indian
J. Forest.
32 (4): 669 – 684.

119.   
M. Dey & D. K. Singh 2009. Caudalejeunea lehmanniana (Gottsche)
A.Evans (Hepaticae: Lejeuneaceae) –
a new record for Indian bryoflora from Lohit district, Arunachal Pradesh. Indian J. Forest. 32 (4): 653 – 656.

120.   
S. Das & D.K. Singh 2009. Three new records of liverworts
for Himalayan region from Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh.
Nelumbo 51: 191 – 196.

121.   
P.K. Pusalkar, & D.K. Singh 2009. Saussurea foresttii (Asteraceae) – A New Record for Indian Flora. Rheedea: 19(1 & 2): 61–63.

122.   
P.K. Pusalkar, & D.K. Singh 2009. A New Corydalis (Fumariaceae)
from Western Himalaya, India. Taiwania
54(4): 334
337.

123.   
D.K. Singh & P.K.
Pusalkar 2009. Coriaria duthiei sp. nov. (Coriariaceae)
from the Indo-Pak Region. Nordic J. Bot.
27(3): 203–206.

124.   
P.K. Pusalkar & D.K. Singh
2009. Lectotypification and status of 
Pedicularis oederi
Vahl. var. heteroglossa Prain
(Orobanchaceae). Edinburgh J. Bot.
67(1): 57–64.

125.   
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2009. Impatiens
harae
var. micantha
(Balsaminaceae) – A new record for Indian Flora.
Ann. Forest. 17(1): 113116.

126.   
P.K. Pusalkar & D.K. Singh
2009. Newly Recorded Taxa in Uttarakhand Flora. Ann. For. 17(2): 261-265.

127.   
S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2010.  A catalogue of the liverworts and hornworts of
Himachal Pradesh, India.
Archive for Bryology 61: 1 – 13.

128.   
P.K. Pusalkar, & D.K. Singh 2010. Sageretia santapaui sp. nov. and S. devendrae
sp. nov. (Rhamnaceae) from Western Himalaya, India. Nordic J. Bot. 28: 49-53.

129.   
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2010. New Plant Records from Western Himalaya, Ann. For. 18(1): 55–62.

130.   
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2010. Three new species of Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) from western Himalaya, India. Taiwania
55(1): 13–23.

131.   
P.K. Pusalkar & D.K. Singh.
2010. A New variety and a new record of Corydalis
[Fumariaceae] from Western Himalaya. Indian.
J. Forest
. 33 (2): 193 – 198.

132.   
D. Singh, D.K.
Singh & A. Kumar 2010. Notoscyphus darjeelingensis var. sikkimensis,
var. nov. (Hepaticae: Jungermanniaceae) from Sikkim, India. Indian J. Forest.
33 (1): 93 – 96.

133.   
M. Dey & D. K. Singh 2010.
Two new epiphyllous Leptolejeunea
(Hepaticae: Lejeuneaceae) from Eastern Himalaya, India
. Taiwania 55 (4): 355 – 362.

134.   
M. Dey, D. Singh,
& Singh, D.K. 2010. Jubula pennsylvanica
(Hepaticae: Jubulaceae) new to Asia. Taiwania 56
(1): 66 – 70.

135.   
D. Singh, M. Dey,
& D.K.Singh 2010. Leptolejeunea apiculata (Horik.) S.Hatt. (Hepaticae:
Lejeuneaceae) new to Indian bryoflora. Indian
J. Forest.
33 (3): 395 – 398.

136.   
M. Dey, D. Singh & D.K. Singh 2010. Two more
additions to Indian Cololejeunea
(Hepaticae: Lejeuneaceae) West Sikkim. Indian J. Forest. 33 (4): 615 –
618.

137.   
D.K. Singh & M. Dey
2010. Genus Tuyamaella S. Hatt.
(Lejeuneaceae) in India. Nelumbo
52: 135 – 137.

138.   
M. Dey & D.K.
Singh 2010. Drepanolejeunea
fleischeri
(Steph.) Grolle & R.L.Zhu (Hepaticae: Lejeuneaceae) – an
addition to Indian Himalaya. Geophytology 39: 65 – 71.

139.   
D. Singh, M. Dey & D.K. Singh 2010. A Synoptic Flora of Liverworts and Hornworts of Manipur. Nelumbo 52: 9 – 52.

140.   
P.K. Pusalkar & D.K. Singh 2010. Status of Corydalis meifolia
var. violacea (Fumariaceae) and a new varietal record for India. Nelumbo
52: 1-38 – 143.

141.   
M. Dey & D.
K. Singh
2011. Four foliicolous
species of Cololejeunea (Spruce) Schiffn. (Marchantiidae:
Lejeuneaceae) new to India. J. Bryol
. 33 (2): 163 –
167.

142.   
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2010. Status of Corydalis meifolia var. violacea
(Fumariaceae) and a new varietal record for India. Nelumbo 52: 138 –
143.
143.   
M. Dey, D.
Singh &
D.K. Singh 2011. Jubula pennsylvanica (Hepaticae:
Jubulaceae) new to Asia. Taiwania 56
(1): 66 – 70.

144.    S. Das & D.K. Singh 2011. A new species of Calypogeia
Raddi (Marchantiophyta: Calypogeiaceae) from Eastern Himalaya, India.
Nelumbo 53: 194 – 196.

145.   
M. Dey  & D.K.
Singh
2011. A new Lopholejeunea
(Spruce) Schiffn. (
Hepaticae:
Lejeuneaceae) from India
. Nelumbo 53: 197 – 200.

146.   
D. Singh & D.K.
Singh
2011. Ptilidium pucherrimum (G. Weber) Vainio (Hepaticae:  Ptilidiaceae) – an addition to Indian
Bryoflora. Nelumbo 53: 205 – 210.

147.   
D. Singh & D.K. Singh
2011.
Plagiochila hyalodermica Grolle & M.L.So (Marchantiophyta:
Plagiochilaceae) – An Addition to Indian Bryoflora.
Indian J.
Forest.
34: 465 – 468.

148.    P.K. Pusalkar &   D.K.
Singh
. 2011. A Note on Western Himalayan endemic Trisetum micans  (Hook.f.) Bor (Poaceae). Ann. Forest. 19 (1): 105 – 108.

149.    P.K. Pusalkar &   D.K.
Singh
& S.K. Srivastava. 2011. Newly recorded plants in Himachal flora.
Ann. Forest. 19 (2): 271 – 276.

150.    P.K. Pusalkar & D.K. Singh 2011. Naming a
common Himalayan Paraquilegia J.R. Drumm. & Hutch. (Ranunculaceae). Nelumbo
53: 221 – 227.

151.    P.K. Pusalkar, D.K. Singh & S.K. Srivastava. 2012. New plant records from
Uttarakhand with a note on Arenaria kumaonensis Maxim.
(Caryophyllaceae). Indian. J. Forest. 35 (1): 107 – 114.

152.   
P.K. Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2012. New floristic records from Himachal Pradesh. Ann.
For. 20 (1): 105 – 109.

153.   
D. Singh & D.K.
Singh 2012.
A new species of the genus Lepidozia (Hepaticopsida: Lepidoziaceae)
from Sikkim, India. Nova Hedwigia 94 (1-2): 221 – 225.

154.   
S. Majumdar, M. Dey & D.K. Singh 2012.
Additions to Himalayan species of
Radula Dumort. (Marchantiophyta: Radulaceae) from
Arunachal Pradesh, India.
Indian
J. Forest.
35 (2): 263 – 268.

155.    D. Singh, M. Dey & D.K.
Singh
2012. Studies on the oil-bodies in some foliose liverworts from
Sikkim, Eastern Himalaya, India.
Taiwania 57 (4): 384 – 390.

156.    S.
Das &
D.K. Singh 2012. Herbertus buchii Juslén (Herbertaceae) and Lejeunea
minutiloba
A. Evans (Lejeuneaceae) – Two New Records for Indian Bryoflora. Phytotaxonomy 12: 20 – 24.

157.   
D.K. Singh,
S. Majumdar & S. Das 2012.
The genus Nowellia
Mitt.
(Cephaloziaceae: Marchantiophyta) in India. Nelumbo
54: 24 – 28.

158.   
D. Singh
& D.K. Singh 2013. An appraisal of the genus
Marchantia in India with a note on Marchantia emarginata
subspecies emarginata in Indian Himalayan region.
Proc. Natl.
Acad. Sci., India Sect. B Biol.
83 (1): 15 – 26.

159.   
P.K.
Pusalkar
& D.K. Singh 2013. Saxifraga
lepida

Harry Sm. (Saxifragaceae) a new record for Indian flora.
Ann. For. 21 (1): 85 – 87.

160.   
S. Singh Deo & D.K.
Singh
2013. A note on the liverwort
Delavayella
serrata
Steph. (Delavayellaceae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Indian J.
Forest.
36
(1): 101 – 105.

161.    S.
Singh Deo & D.K. Singh 2013. Cheilolejeunea eximia
(Lejeuneaceae:
Marchantiophyta) – an addition to the
Indian Bryoflora from Eastern Himalaya with a note on distribution of the genus
in India.
NeBIO
4 (4): 52 – 57.

162.    S. Majumdar, S. Singh Deo
& D.K. Singh 2013.
Plagiochilion braunianum (Plagiochilaceae,
Marchantiophyta) – an addition to the Indian bryoflora from eastern Himalaya.
Lindbergia 36: 19 – 24.

163.    D. Singh & D.K. Singh
2013. A note on the status of
Metzgeria macrospora Kuwah. (Metzgeriaceae, Marchantiophyta). Nelumbo 55: 166 – 171.

164.    D. Singh & D.K. Singh 2013. Some new and
noteworthy records of family Lejeuneaceae (Marchantiophyta) from Sikkim, India.
Nelumbo 55: 153 – 165.

165.    M. Dey, D. Singh & D.K. Singh 2013. The
genus Drepanolejeunea (Marchantiophyta: Lejeuneaceae) in India with a
note on three new additions from Eastern Himalaya. Tropical Bryology 35:
14 – 25.

166.    P.K. Pusalkar & D.K. Singh 2013. Noteworthy
plant records from western Himalaya. Ann. Forest. 21 (2): 213 – 218.

167.    D.
Singh, S. Majumdar & D.K. Singh 2014. Taxonomic studies on Indian
Pseudolepicoleaceae (Marchantiophyta: Jungermanniales).
Taiwania 59 (1): 37 – 53.

168.    S. Mukhia, P. Mondal, D.K.
Singh
& D.Singh 2014.
In
vitro free-radical scavenging potential of three liverworts of Darjeeling
Himalaya. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research
5 (10): 4552 – 4561.

169.    S.
Singh Deo & D.K. Singh 2014. Bazzania bhutanica
(Lepidoziaceae,
Marchantiophyta) – a critically endangered liverwort recorded in Indian
bryoflora.
Lindbergia 37: 42 – 46.

170.    P.K. Pusalkar & D.K. Singh &
S.K. Srivastava 2014. New and noteworthy plant records in western Himalayan
flora. Ann. Forest. 22 (1): 137 – 143.

171.    D.K. Singh, S. Majumdar & D.
Singh 2014. Cheilolejeunea osumiensis
(Marchantiophyta: Lejeuneaceae) – an addtion to the Indian bryoflora from
Eastern Himalaya. Nelumbo 56: (in Press).

172.    S.
Majumdar & D.K. Singh 2014.
A
note on the occurrence of
Lepidozia wallichiana
(Marchantiophyta: Lepidoziaceae) in India. Nelumbo: (communicated).

173.    S.
Singh Deo & D.K. Singh 2014.
Plagiochila
gymnoclada
(Marchantiophyta: Plagiochilaceae) new to Indian bryoflora from eastern
Himalaya with a note on distribution of the sect. Plagiochila in India.
Nelumbo: (communicated).

174.    M. Dey & D.K.
Singh
2014. Three foliicolous species of Lejeuneaceae
(Marchantiophyta) new to India from
Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve, Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Phytotaxa: (communicated).

175.    D.K. Singh, D. Singh, S.
Majumdar & S. Singh Deo 2014. New National and regional bryophyte records
from India.
J. Bryol.:
(communicated).

176.    D.
Singh
& D.K. Singh 2014. New National bryophyte record from India. J. Bryol.: (communicated).

177.    D.K.
Singh
& S. Singh Deo 2014. Notes on sccarcely collected Indian liverworts I. Horikawaella subacuta and Pleurozia purpurea (Marchantiophyta). Indian J. Forest. (communicated).
 

Published / under publication as book
chapters / seminar/ symposium proceedings
:

178.   
B.M. Wadhwa, D.K.
Singh
& A.S. Chauhan. 1990. Floristic diversity in North-Eastern India
– present Status. Nat. Symp. Front. Bot. Res., 98-99.

179.   
D.K. Singh, K.P. Singh, B.M. Wadhwa & R.M. Dutta. 1991.
Plant resources of Mizoram – Status and conservation. Nat. Sem. Resour.
Manag. Hill Farm. Shillong.
 24-25.

180.   
A.S. Chauhan
& D.K. Singh. 1992. Changing patterns in the flora of Meghalaya due
to deforestation. In: Enviorn. Conser. Wastel. Develop. in Meghalaya
(Eds. A. Gupta & D.C. Dhar) 75-107.

181.   
D.K. Singh. 1995. Morphotaxonomic Revision of two well known
Indian representatives of the genus Notothylas Sull. : N. indica  Kash. and N. levieri Schiffn. In: Recent
Advances in Bryology
(ed. S.S. Kumar): 87-121.

182.   
D.K. Singh.  & P.K.
Hajra. 1996. Floristic Diversity. In: Changing Perspective of
Biodiversity Status in the Himalaya
(eds.G.S. Gujral & V. Sharma):
23-38. New Delhi.

183.   
D.K. Singh 1997. Liverworts. In: Floristic
Diversity and Conservation Strategies in India
(eds. V. Mudgal & P.K.
Hajra). pp. 235 – 300. BSI, Dehradun.

184.   
D.K. Singh. 1997. Floristic Diversity (Angiosperms) in the
Himalayas – An overview. In:  Himalayan
Biodiversity : Action Plan
(ed. U. Dhar). 33-42. Nainital.

185.   
D.K. Singh, B.P. Uniyal & R. Mathur. 1999 .Jammu &
Kashmir. In:  Floristic Diversity and
Conservation Strategies in India.
 II
(eds. V. Mudgal & P.K. Hajra). pp. 905-974. BSI, Dehra Dun.

186.   
J.R. Sharma &
D.K. Singh. 2000. Status of Plant Diversity in India: An Overview. In:
Biodiversity & Environment.
 (eds. P.S. Roy, S. Singh & A.G. Toxopeus).
pp. 69-105. IIRS, Dehra Dun.

187.   
D.K. Singh. 2000. Existing Information and Gaps on Wild Plant Biodiversity
across the Himalaya. Proceedings Himalayan Biodiversity 2000: Options for
Development.

188.   
D.K. Singh & D.P. Dam 2000. Schizandraceae. In:  Flora of Manipur -I. (eds. N.P. Singh,
A.S. Chauhan & M.S. Mondal).  p. 8.
BSI, Calcutta.

189.   
R. Shanpru & D.K.
Singh
2000. Annonaceae. In:  Flora
of Manipur
-I. (eds. N.P. Singh, A.S. Chauhan & M.S. Mondal).  pp. 81-88. BSI, Howrah.

190.   
R. Shanpru & D.K.
Singh
2000. Menispermaceae. In:  Flora
of Manipur
-I. (eds. N.P. Singh, A.S. Chauhan & M.S. Mondal). pp.
88-95. BSI, Howrah.

191.   
A. S. Chauhan,
R.Shanpru & D.K. Singh 2000. Brassicaceae. In:  Flora of Manipur -I. (eds. N.P. Singh,
A.S. Chauhan & M.S. Mondal). pp. 111-117. BSI, Howrah.

192.   
D.K. Singh 2000. Apiaceae. In: 
Flora of Manipur -I. (eds. N.P. Singh, A.S. Chauhan & M.S. Mondal).
pp. 431-442. BSI, Howrah.

193.   
D.K. Singh 2000. Araliaceae. In: 
Flora of Manipur -I. (eds. N.P. Singh, A.S. Chauhan & M.S.
Mondal). pp. 442-453. BSI, Howrah.

194.   
Chauhan, A.S., R.
Shanpru & D.K. Singh 2000. Rubiaceae. In:  Flora of Manipur -I. (eds. N.P. Singh,
A.S. Chauhan & M.S. Mondal). pp. 461-494. BSI, Howrah.

195.   
D.K. Singh 2000. Asteraceae. In: 
Flora of Manipur -I. (eds. N.P. Singh, A.S. Chauhan & M.S.
Mondal). pp. 496-555. BSI, Howrah.

196.   
D.K. Singh. 2001. Diversity in Indian Liverworts: Their status,
vulnerability and conservation. In:  Perspectives
in Indian Bryology
(eds. V. Nath & A.K. Asthana). pp.  325-354. Dehra Dun.

197.   
D.K. Singh. 2001. Indian Hepaticae: Status and Strategies. In: Status
Survey & Conservation of Threatened Plants of Indian Subcontinent
(ed.
M. Ahmedullah). pp. 33-46. ISPSG, SSC, IUCN. New Delhi.

198.   
D.K. Singh. 2001. Orchid Diversity in India: An overview. In:
Orchids : Science & Commerce (eds. P. Pathak, R.N. Sehgal, N. Shekhar, M.
Sharma & A. Sood).  pp. 35-65.
Dehradun.

199.   
D.K. Singh & R. Mathur. 2001. Asteraceae.  In: Floristic Diversity and Conservation
Strategies in India.
IV (eds.  N.P.
Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 1903-1960. BSI, Dehradun.

200.   
N.P. Singh & D.K.
Singh.
2002. Assessment of Floristic Diversity in Biosphere Reserves in
India. In :  Traditional Ecological
Knowledge for Managing Biosphere Reserve in South and Central Asia
(eds.
P.S. Ramakrishnan, R.K. Rai, R.P.S. Katwal & S. Mehndiratta). pp. 363-384.
UNESCO. New Delhi.

201.   
N.P. Singh & D.K.
Singh.
2002. Protected Area Network. In: Floristic Diversity and
Conservation Strategies in India.
V (eds. N.P. Singh & K.P. Singh). pp.
2341-2412. BSI, Dehradun.

202.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Averrhoaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 297. BSI, Dehradun.

203.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Sapindaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 391-399. BSI, Dehradun.

204.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Hippocastanaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram.
1. (eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 399-401. BSI, Dehradun.

205.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Aceraceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 401-404. BSI, Dehradun.

206.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Staphyleaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 404-407. BSI, Dehradun.

207.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Sabiaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 408-412. BSI, Dehradun.

208.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Connaraceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 404-407. BSI, Dehradun.

209.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Caesalpiniaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram.
1. (eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 504-525. BSI, Dehradun.

210.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Mimosaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 525-540. BSI, Dehradun.

211.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Crassulaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 565-567. BSI, Dehradun.

212.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Droseraceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 567-569. BSI, Dehradun.

213.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Hamamelidaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 568-570. BSI, Dehradun.

214.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Rhizophoraceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 571-572. BSI, Dehradun.

215.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Combretaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 572-584. BSI, Dehradun.

216.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Hernandiaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 584-585. BSI, Dehradun.

217.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Apiaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1. (eds.
N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 659-667. BSI, Dehradun.

218.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Araliaceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 667-674. BSI, Dehradun.

219.   
D.K. Singh 2002. Asteraceae. In: Flora of Mizoram. 1.
(eds. N.P. Singh, K.P. Singh & D.K. Singh). pp. 737-806. BSI, Dehradun.

220.   
S. Rajeshwari,
B.P. Uniyal & D.K. Singh 2002. Brassicaceae. In: Flora of Jammu
& Kashmir
I (eds. N.P. Singh, D.K. Singh & B.P. Uniyal). pp.
497-596.

221.   
A.A. Mao, D.K.
Singh
& P.K. Tandon 2002. Tissue Culture. In: Floristic Diversity
and Conservation Strategies in India.
V (eds. N.P. Singh & K.P.
Singh).  pp. 3013-3050. BSI, Dehradun.

222.   
D.K. Singh, S.K. Singh & Sujeet Kumar 2006. Bryophytes. In: Biodiversity
in Shivalik Ecosystems of Punjab, India
(eds. Neelima, J., Puja & J.
Chaddha,). Punjab State
Council for Science & Technology, Chandigarh, pp. 232-244.

223.   
R.K. Gupta &
D.K. Singh
2006. Algae. In: Biodiversity in Shivalik Ecosystems of
Punjab, India
(eds. Neelima, J., Puja & J.  Chaddha). Punjab State Council for Science & Technology, Chandigarh,
pp. 67-86.

224.   
M. Sharma, S.
Singh,  D.K. Singh, N. Jerath,
H.C. Pande & J. Chadha 2006. Pteridophyta. In: Biodiversity in Shivalik
Ecosystems of Punjab, India
(eds. Neelima, J., Puja & J.  Chaddha). Punjab State Council for Science & Technology, Chandigarh,
pp. 246-255.

225.   
D.K. Singh 2008. Red-listing
of Hepaticae and Anthocerotae in India. In: Bryology in the New Millenium
(eds. H. Mohamed, B. B. Baki, A. N. Boyce & P.K.Y. Lee). pp. 443– 450.
Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

226.   
D.K. Singh D. Singh & M. Dey 2008.
A Catalogue of the Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of Sikkim. In: Bryology in the
New Millenium
(eds. H. Mohamed, B. B. Baki, A. N. Boyce and P.K.Y. Lee).  pp. 93–135. Institute of Biological Sciences,
University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

227.   
D.K. Singh & S.K. Singh 2008.
Diversity in liverworts and hornworts of Great Himalayan National Park, Western
Himalaya, India. In: Bryology in the New Millenium (eds. H. Mohamed, B.
B. Baki, A. N. Boyce and P.K.Y. Lee). pp. 57– 82. Institute of Biological
Sciences, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

228.    D.K. Singh & S.K. Singh 2008. Scanning electron
microscopic studies on sporoderm of some Indian liverworts and hornworts. In: Bryology
in the New Millenium
(eds. H. Mohamed, B. B. Baki, A. N. Boyce and P.K.Y.
Lee).  pp. 281–308. Institute of
Biological Sciences, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

229.   
D.K. Singh, J.R. Sharma, R.K. Gupta & M. Palnisamy. 2013.
Plant diversity in Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica with special reference to
Bryophytes, Fungi and Diatoms. In: S.C. Tripathy, R.K. Mishra, R. Mohan &
N. Khare (eds.) Studies in Biological Sciences and Human Physiology. Three
decades of Indian Scientific Activities in Antarctica
. pp. 117- 137. NCAOR,
Vasco-da-Gama.

230.   
J.R. Bhatt & D.K.
Singh
. 2013. Plant Diversity in India – An Overview. In: Diversity of
Plants in India
(eds. A.K. Bhatnagar & R. Kapoor). pp. 1 – 64.
Cambridge University Press. (in Press).

231.    D.K. Singh
& P.K. Pusalkar 2014. Floristic Diversity of the Indian Himalaya. In:
Biodiversity of Jammu & Kashmir State, Northwest and Trans-Himalaya
(India) (ed. G.H. Dar). (communicated).

 

C.       POPULAR ARTICLES (IN HINDI):

 

232.   
D.K. Singh. 1984. Bharat mein pushpaheen padap samooh ‘Liverworts’
ki vartamaan sthiti. In : Bharat Ki Vanaspati (ed. S.K. Ja
in & V. Mudgal):
102-108.

233.    
D.K. Singh. 1994. Pashchimottar Himalaya mein ek rochak kintu
alpagyat apushpi padap samooh “Liverworts”. In: Paschimi Himalaya
Ki Vanaspatiyan
(eds. D.K. Singh & B.P. Uniyal) 52-55.

234.     D.K. Singh & B.P. Uniya1. 1994.
Bhartiya Vanaspati Survekshan, Uttari Parimanda1, Dehra Dun : Ek Poorvav1okan.
In: Paschimi Himalaya Ki Vanaspatiyan (eds.
D.K. Singh & B.P. Uniyal) 1-9.

235.     D.K. Singh
& R.C. Semwal. 1995. Liverworts. In : Bharat ki Vanaspati vividhta
(eds. V. Mudga1 & P.K. Hajra), 225-246.

236.     D.K. Singh,
B.P. Uniya1, R. Mathur & B. Ba1odi. 1995. Pramukh Ku1. In: Bharat ki
Vanaspati vividhta
(eds. V. Mudga1 & P.K. Hajra), 319-358.

237.     D.K. Singh
& J.R. Sharma. 1995. Uttak Samvardhan. In: Bharat ki Vanaspati vividhta
(eds. V. Mudga1 & P.K. Hajra), 499-510.

238.     D.K. Singh
& B.P. Uniyal. 1996. Thuner ek Aushadhopayogi Vriksha. Parijat 1:
3-4.

239.    
D.K. Singh. 1997. Antarctica: Achoota
Nahin Jaiv Vividhata se. Parijat 2: 4-6.

240.     D.K. Singh.
1999. Ladies slipper Orchids. Parijat 3-4: 5-8.

241.    
D.K. Singh & B. Narayan. 2000. Haritodbhid : Rochak kintu
Alpgyat. Parijat 5: 1-3.

242.    
D.K. Singh. 2000. Swarna Jayanti Uddyan -Sanrakshan ki disha mein
ek kadam. Vanaspati Vani 10: 31-38.
2000.

243.    
D.K. Singh, B.P. Uniyal & J.R. Sharma 2004. Mehao Vanya-Jeev
Abhyaranya. Vanaspati Vani 13: 1-5.

244.     S.K. Singh & D.K.
Singh
2006. Pin Ghati Rashtriya Udyan – ek Avalokan.
Vanaspati Vani.
15: 1-4.

245.     S.K. Singh & D.K. Singh 2007. Pashchimi
Himalaya ki jaiv vividhta ka pratinidhitva karta ek sanrakshit kshetra – Great
Himalayan Rashtriya Uddyan. Vanaspati Vani. 16: 5-8.

246.     S.K. Srivastava & D.K. Singh 2007. Pong Dam
(Maha Rana Pratap Sagar): Nambhumi – Ramsar sthal. Vanaspati Vani. 16:
9-19.

247.     D.K. Singh
2008. Adhiparni liverworts ka anokha sansar. Vanaspati Vani. 17: 1-6.

248.    
S.K. Srivastava
& D.K. Singh 2008. Sheet marusthal (Bhangur paritantra) ki vanaspati
vividhta. Vanaspati Vani. 17: 7-13.

249.    
D.K. Singh & S.K. Singh 2011. Nirjan Mahadweep (Antarctica). Vanaspati
Vani
20: 46 – 55.

 

D.       BOOK REVIEWS:

250.       D.K. Singh 1998. Flora of Udhampur
by Ajay Swami & B.K. Gupta. pp. i-x, 455. 1998, Dehra Dun – a review. Indian
J. Forest.
21
(4): 365.

251.       D.K. Singh
2008. The Indigenous and Exotic Beauty of Dehradun by P.K. Hajra &
Aparajita Hajra. Oriental Enterprises, Dehradun. Phytotaxonomy 8: 93.

252.       D.K. Singh
2013. A – Z in ETHNOBOTANY by S.K. Jain & A.K. Jain. Deep Publications, New
Delhi. Nelumbo 55.

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