Publication

 

Dr. ASHISH KAR

Associate Fellow

The Energy and Resources
Institute (TERI),

Northeastern Regional Centre,
VIP Road, Chachal,

Hengrabari, Guwahati- 781036

E-mail: ashishvision10@rediffmail.com ;
ashish.kar@teri.res.in

 

 

 

Publication:

Research Paper

    

Published in the
Journal: 34

 

YEAR 2004


  • A. Kar. 2004. Common wild vegetables of Aka tribe of Arunachal
    Pradesh. Indian journal of traditional Knowledge 3 (3): 305-313.

  • J. Rout; A, Kar
    & DK, Upreti. 2004. Lichens of Sessa Orchid Sanctuary, West Kameng,
    Arunachal Pradesh, Phytotaxonomy
    4: 38-40.

  • A. Kar & SK.Borthakur. 2004. Ethno medicine of the Mijis of West
    Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Journal of Assam Science Society.5:140-147.

 

YEAR 2005


  • A. Kar; DK, Gogoi; B, Rabha & HK, Gogoi.2005. In
    vitro evaluation of antimicrobial properties of stem with leaf extracts of
    Curunga amara Juss against human
    pathogenic microorganisms, Asian
    Journal of Microbiology, Biotech. Env. Sci
    . 7(4):759-762.

  • K. Tayung & A,
    Kar.
    2005. Antimicrobial activity of Thalictrum javanicum
    (Blume) root extracts against certain human pathogens, Journal of
    Current Science
    7(2): 341-345.

  • J. Rout. A, Kar
    &
    DK, Upreti.2005.Traditional remedy for kidney stones from high
    altitude lichen:Cladonia rangiferina
    (L)Wigg (Reindeer moss) of Eastern Himalaya, Ethnobotany17:164-166.

  • A, Kar; HK, Gogoi & PJ, Gogoi. 2005. Wild vegetables used by the Mishmi tribes
    of Arunachal Pradesh-, Arunachal Forest News.21 (1&2): 50-58.

 

YEAR 2006


  • L. Bora; A, Kar;
    MC, Kalita; & I, Barua. 2006. Hot springs of Tawang & west Kameng
    districts of Arunachal Pradesh, Current
    Science
    , 91(8): 1011-1013.

  • L. Bora; A, Kar & HK Gogoi. 2006.
    Isolation and screening of bacterial strain for extracelular enzymatic
    potential from hot spring of Lohit districts of Arunachal Pradesh, India Asian Journal of Microbiology,
    Biotechnology & Environmental Science
    , 8(2): 267-269.

  • A. Kar; HK, Gogoi, PJ, Gogoi &. 2006. Study on Bean
    variability in Arunachal Pradesh, Bulletin of Arunachal Forest research
    22(1&2): 40-44.

 

YEAR 2007

 


  • A. Kar & SK.Borthakur.2007. Wild vegetables sold in local markets of
    Karbi Anglong, Assam. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 6(1):
    169-172
    .

  • A. Kar & SK, Borthakur.2007. Angiospermic flora of
    Gauhati University campus, Assam, India Pleione 1(2): 26-37.

  • SK. Singh; U, Barua; A, Kar & DK, Hore. 2007.Collection
    of multicrops germplasm from West Kameng and Tawang districts of Arunachal
    Pradesh, India, Indian Journal of Hill Farming
    29(1&2): 10-17.

 

YEAR 2008

 


  • A. Kar & SK, Borthakur. 2008. Dye yielding plants of Assam for
    dyeing handloom textile products- Indian Journal of Traditional
    Knowledge
    . 7(1): 166-171.

  • A. Kar & SK, Borthakur. 2008. Medicinal plants used
    against Dysentery, Diarrhoea and Cholera by the tribes of erstwhile Kameng
    district of Arunachal Pradesh, Natural
    Product Radiance
    7(2): 176-181.

  • A. Kar & SK, Borthakur.2008.Traditional treatments
    for domestic animals in Kamrup Metro district of Assam, India Pleione 2(1): 12-16.

  • A. Kar & SK, Borthakur.2008. Flora of Umananda
    Island of Brahmaputra River in Assam, India, Pleione 2(1): 12-16.

  • A. Kar & DK, Bhattacharjee.2008.Healing herbs from some communities
    of Assam. Journal Appl.Biosci.Biotech
    4(1), 53-56.

  • DK. Bhattacharjee; SK, Sarma; PC, Borah & A, Kar. 2008.
    Notes on select herbal treatment of the common people in Barpeta district,
    Assam. Journal Appl.Pl.Sci.

    4(1&2),
    69-73.

  • A. Kar; S, Borkataki & SK, Borthakur.2008.Extended Distribution
    of the genus Garcinia L. in Sonitpur district, of Assam Pleione 2(2):175-181.

  • A. Kar & SK.Borthakur. 2008. Wild edible fruits of
    Karbis of Karbi Anglong district of the Assam, India Pleione 2(2):175-181.

  • A. Kar & SK, Borthakur.2008.Wild vegetables of
    Karbi Anglong district, Assam, Natural
    Product Radiance
    7(5):448-460.

 

YEAR 2009

Book published

 

1.       A.Kar, 2009. The Wild edible plant Diversity of
Northeast India-wild edible their medicinal value, cultural significance,
market prospect, and conservation aspect. Lap Lambert Academic Publishers,
Germany. Pp. 1-146.

 

 

YEAR 2010

 


  • D. Saharia; NK,
    Goswami & A, Kar .2010. Occurrence, intensity and
    seasonal variation of weed flora with Jatropha
    curcus
    Linnaeus under experimental field condition, Pleione 4(2):277-283.

  • R. Borah; MC, Kalita & A,
    Kar
    .2010.Larvicidal efficacy
    of Todalia asiatica (Linn.)Lam against
    two mosquito vectors Aedes aegypti
    and Culex quinquefasciales malaria,
    African Journal of Biotechnology
    9(16):2527-2530.

 

YEAR 2011

 

 


  • NK, Goswami; D,
    Saharia & A, Kar. 2011.
    Homestead garden Diversity of a Watershed Development area in Kamrup
    district, Assam, Pleione 5(1):32-42.

  • A. Kar;
    NK, Goswami & D, Saharia. 2011. Distributional range and uses of genus
    Spilanthes Jacquin in Assam,
    India, Pleione 5(2):238-242.

 

 

 

 

YEAR 2012

 


  • A. Kar;
    NK, Goswami & D, Saharia. 2012. Occurrence and uses of Clerodendrum
    Linnaeus (Verbenaceae) in Assam, India, Pleione 6(1):101-109.

  • A. Kar;
    NK, Goswami & D, Saharia. 2012. Diversity of angiosperms in Nilachal
    Hills (Kamakhya Hills) in Kamrup district of Assam and their uses, Pleione 6(2): 304 – 321.

 

YEAR 2013

 


  • A. Kar;
    NK, Goswami & D, Saharia. 2013. Wild edible plants sold in the local
    market of Garo Hills, Meghalaya, Journal of Frontline Research 2: 69-78.

  • NK, Goswami; D
    Saharia & A, Kar. 2013. Traditional
    uses of Jatropha curcus Linnaeus [Euphorbiaceae] as medicine by different
    communities in Northeast India, Pleione 7(1):66-72.

  • A. Kar, D.Bora,
    SK Borthakur NK, Goswami & D Saharia. 2013. Wild edible plant
    resources used by the Mizos of Mizoram, Kathmandu University Journal of
    Science, Engineering & Technology
    9(1):106-126.

  • A. Kar;
    NK, Goswami & D, Saharia. 2013.
    Distribution and traditional uses of Thunbergia Retzius
    (Acanthaceae) in Assam, India
    , Pleione 7(2): 325 – 332.

  • P Medhi, A. Kar & SK Borthakur. 2013. Medicinal
    uses of wild edible plants among the Ao Nagas of Mokokchung and its
    vicinity of Nagaland, India,
    Asian
    Resonance
    2(4): 64 – 67.

 

YEAR 2014

 


  • A. Kar;
    NK, Goswami & D, Saharia. 2014.
    Biological resources of Silsako Wetland in Kamrup Metro District of Assam:
    uses of macrophytes and icthyofauna
    , Pleione 8(1): 79 – 88.

 

 

Published in the Proceedings:

 


  • A, Kar & SK.Borthakur. 2005. Ethnomedicines from Monpa community of
    Arunachal Pradesh-a preliminary account Proceedings of  International Conference of DIA-USA
    & Jadavpur University,

 

Published in the Souvenir:

 


  • A, Kar & SK, Borthakur.2006. Ethno medicine of the Sherdukpen of
    West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Souvenir of National
    Seminar of IIE, Guwahati Pp.8-15.

  • A, Kar & SK.Borthakur. 2008. Traditional herbal treatment among the
    Karbis from Kamrup Metro district, Assam. Souvenir of National Seminar of
    Gargaon College, Pp. 168-176.

 

Published in the Book
as Book Chapter:

 


  • A, Kar; DR, Nath & SN, Dube. 2007. 
    Ethno medicine of Northeast India with special reference to Assam
    & Arunachal Pradesh. Herbal Drugs: A twenty first century
    perspective
    , Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, Pp.228-236.

  • A, Kar & SK, Borthakur.2007. Indigenous practice of treatment of
    some diseases by the Bodo tribe in Sonitpur district of Assam, India.
    Advances in Ethnobotany
    ,

    In AP.Das & AK.Pandey Ed. Bishen Singh
    Mahendra Pal singh, Dehra Dun, India Pp.33-42.

  • A, Kar & SK, Borthakur.2009.Traditional medicinal plants of Assam
    with Photographs and Herbarium specimen. Herbarium Pictorial of Northeast India NIPER, In KK Bhutani Ed.
    NIPER Publication.

  • A, Kar, D.Bora &
    SK.Borthakur. 2011.
    Wild edible aromatic plants of Northeast India, Aromatic and Spice
    plants: Utilization and Conservation.
    Pp.14-34.

  • A. Kar, NK. Goswami & D Saharia.2013. Traditional
    Phytotherapy for the treatment of diabetes by the communities of Assam.
    Environmental Degradation & its Impact on Biodiversity
    (ISBN: 9789380261843), In D.K.Bhattacharjya & Eushah Ali Ed. EBH Publishers
    (India), Guwahati, Pp.42-50

 

Published in the News letter:

 


  • P, Das & A, Kar. 2006. Healing herbs of west Kameng
    districts of Arunachal Pradesh. TIME-News letter, CSIR-DST.

 

Article published:

     


  1. A. Kar.
    Medicinal value of Orchids. Published in Assamese Daily News Paper, Janasadharan.

  2. A. Kar.
    Ice melting and its impact on environment. Published in Assamese Daily
    News Paper Janasadharan.

  3. A. Kar.
    101 vegetables used in Bohag Bihu and their medicinal value. Published in
    Assamese Fortnightly Magazine Prantik.

  4. A.Kar.
    Medicinal value of Banana species. Published in Hindi Magazine Purbaia. (Got 2nd prize
    in the country for this article from Ministry of Defence).

 

Research Paper
presented in Conference/Seminar/ Workshop: 26nos.

 

Research Paper Presented in International
Conference: 03 nos.

 

·        
A. Kar & SK
Borthakur 2005. Sacred groves of Arunachal Pradesh-A tribal heritage of
Biodiversity conservation, in International Conference on Sustainable
Development and Resource Utilization: Current Trends and Perspectives (23rd
25th September, 2005) held at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.

·        
A. Kar & SK
Borthakur 2005. Ethno medicine from Monpa community of Arunachal Pradesh- a
preliminary account. In international conference on: promotion and development
of botanicals with international coordination exploring quality, safety,
efficacy and regulations (25th February-26th February)
held at IICB, Kolkata in collaboration with Jadavpur University, Kolkata &
Drug Information Agency, USA
.

·        
A. Kar, R.Borah,
NK Goswami, D. Saharia & SK Borthakur 2014. Inventorization of vascular
plant diversity in Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary, Kamrup Metro district, Assam. In
international conference on: Harnessing Natural Resources for sustainable
Development: Global trends (29th January-31st January)
held at Cotton College, Guwahati

 

Research paper Presented in National
Seminar: 18 nos.

 

·        
A.Kar & SK
Borthakur 2004. Medicinal plants of Tawang and West Kameng district of
Arunachal Pradesh and their commercial prospects. In national seminar –
Medicinal Plant in North Eastern Region (7th-10th
October), Held at Govt. Ayurvedic College, sponsored by National Medicinal
Plant Board, Department of ISM & H., Govt. of India

·        
A. Kar & SK
Borthakur 2008. Some Folk medicines from the Brahmaputra Valley of Assam. In
National seminar; Folk medicines of Assam (18th March), held at
Govt. Ayurvedic College, Guwahati and Sponsored by Folklore Society of Assam.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2009. Wild edible plant resources and market survey in greater
Guwahati, Assam. In National Seminar: Bioresources of Northeast India
industrial potentials and intellectual property right issues (2nd-3rd
January), held at Nowgong College sponsored by UGC, New Delhi.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2007. Wild edible aromatic plants from some parts of Northeast
India (Best poster). In National Seminar: Biodiversity-exploration,
conservation & utilization of plant resources with special references to
Northeast India (18th -19th December) held at Indian
Institute of Entrepreneurship, Guwahati sponsored by Northeast Biotechnological
Consortium (ERD Foundation), Guwahati.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2006. Ethno medicine of the Sherdukpen of West Kameng district of
Arunachal Pradesh, India. In All India Seminar: Medicinal and Aromatic
plants-Harnessing the botanical resources of Northeast India (11th
-12th February) held at Assam State Centre of the Institution of
Engineers (India), Guwahati sponsored by Medicinal Plant Board.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2006. Wild edible plants of Assam and their market prospects. In
National Seminar: Value addition to Bioresources of NE India, Post harvest
technology and Cold chain (19th-21st May) held at Gauhati
University, Guwahati, Sponsored by Assam Science Technology & Environment
Council, Guwahati.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2005.High altitude medicinal plants of Arunachal Pradesh and their
conservation. In National Seminar on Environmental population: Management and
planning with special reference to NE. India (30th-31st
December) held at Pub Kamrup College, Baihata Charali and sponsored by UGC, New
Delhi.

·        
A.Kar & HK
Gogoi & PJ Gogoi 2005. Collection of Crop diversity from Arunachal Pradesh.
In National Seminar: Biodiversity conservation and future concern (17th-18th
June) held at Gauhati University sponsored by North East Biotechnological
Association (NEBA), Guwahati.

·        
A.Kar & DK
Bhattacharjee 2005. Notes on herbal treatment practiced by the fringe villagers
of Manas National Park, India. In National Seminar: Exploration, utilization
and strategy action plan for sustainable management of plant resources (27th
– 28th February) held at Gauhati University, Guwahati and Sponsored
by Ministry of Environment of Forest, CSIR and UGC.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2004. Impact of human activities on naturally growing medicinal
plants of West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. National Seminar on: Human
impact of environment and resulting consequences in Northeast India (6th
– 8th December) held at Tezpur College and sponsored by UGC, New
Delhi.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2005. Commercially important threatened medicinal plants of
Erstwhile Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. National Seminar on: Environment
Management (7th – 8th January) held at Abhayapuri
College, Abhayapur and Sponsored by UGC, New Delhi.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2007. Ethno medicine of the Aka tribes of Kameng District of
Arunachal Pradesh. National Seminar on: Recent trends on biological research
towards rural development (13th – 14th October) held at
Chaiduar College and Sponsored by UGC, New Delhi.

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2008. Traditional herbal treatment among the Karbis from Kamrup
Metro District, Assam. National Seminar on: Environmental issues in Northeast
India: past present and challenges ahead (10th -11th May)
held at Gargaon College and sponsored by UGC, New Delhi.

·        
A.Kar,
N.K.Goswami & D. Saharia 2012. Traditional Phytotherapy used in the
treatment of diabetes by the communities of Assam, India. National Seminar on:
Environmental Degradation and its impact on biodiversity in India with special
reference to North-Eastern Region (17th -18th February)
held at MC College and sponsored by Botanical Society of Assam, Assam Science
Society.

·        
A.Kar, N.K.Goswami
& D. Saharia 2013. Bioresources used in barter system of Joon Beel mela,
Assam, India. National Seminar on: Frontiers in Science & Technology (8th
-9th March) held at Gauhati University and sponsored by Assam
Science Society.

·        
A.Kar, N.K.Goswami
& D. Saharia 2013. Distribution ranges and uses of Thunbergia Retzius
(Acanthaceae) in Assam. National Seminar on: Plant resources of NE region and
their bioprospecting (30th March) held at Gauhati University and
sponsored by UGC-SAP-DRS-I.

·        
A.Kar, N.K.Goswami
& D. Saharia 2014. Scope of Schumannianthus dichotomus (Pati doi) as a
subsidiary (an alternative) livelihood in Karimganj district, Assam. National
Seminar on: Environmental Degradation and its impact on germplasm with special
reference to North East India (23rd -24th January, 2014)
held at DK College, Mirza and sponsored by UGC, New Delhi.

·        
N.K.Goswami,
D. Saharia & A. Kar 2014. Role of pruning in Jatropha curcus seed yield: an observation from experimental field
trial, Assam. National Seminar on: Emerging Bio-inputs in biotechnology for a
green environment (9th – 10th May, 2014) held at Gauhati
University and sponsored by DBT, New Delhi.

 

 

Research paper presented in National
Conference: 2 nos.

 

·        
A.Kar & SK.
Borthakur 2005. Some commercially important medicinal plants and their market
prospect in the erstwhile Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. National
Conference on: Current Trends of Research in Science and Technology (28th
-29th January) held at Gauhati University and sponsored by Assam Science
Society.

·        
A.Kar,
N.K.Goswami & D. Saharia 2012. Angiosperm Plant Diversity in Nilachal Hills
(Kamakhya Hills) in Kamrup District of Assam and their uses. National
Conference on: Recent Trends on Plant Diversity and Conservation Strategies (29th-30th
September) held at Nagaland University, Department of Botany, Lumami in
Collaboration with East Himalayan Society for Spermatophyte Taxonomy.

 

Research paper presented in National Symposium:
1 no

 

·        
A.
Kar, N.K.Goswami & D. Saharia 2014. Macrophytes of Silsako Wetlands and
utilization status of its resources by the local people of Kamrup Metro
district, Assam. National Symposium on: Himalayan Biodiversity and Challenges
(20th – 21st March) held at North East Hill University,
Department of Botany, Shillong in Collaboration with East Himalayan Society for
Spermatophyte Taxonomy

 

 

Research Paper presented in Assam Science Society Technical Session: 2
nos.

 

·        
A.Kar &
SK.Borthakur 2004. Ethno medicinal plants used by Tiwa tribe in Kamrup Metro
District of Assam, India. 57th Annual Technical Session of Assam
Science Society (11thJanuary) held at Gauhati University and
Sponsored by Assam Science Society.

·        
A.Kar,
N.K.Goswami & D. Saharia 2012. Ethno medicinal plants used by the Tiwa
tribe in Kamrup Metro District of Assam, India. 59th Annual
Technical Session of Assam Science Society (16th March) held at
Gauhati University and Sponsored by Assam Science Society.

 

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