Publications

Peer reviewed

1.   Prabhu Kumar, K.M., Hareesh, V.S., Adsul,
A.A., KP Vimal,
Indira Balachandran and
S.R., Yadav. (2014)  A new species of Chlorophytum (Asparagaceae) from southern Western Ghats of India. Phytotaxa 188 (5):
282-286

2.   Prabhu Kumar,
K.M., Hareesh, V.S., Nirmesh, T.K.,
Anilkumar, K.A., Sreekumar, V.B.  and
Indira Balachandran. (2014) On the identity and occurrence of Gnidia glauca var. sisparensis (Thymelaeaceae) in India. Webbia: Journal of plant
taxonomy and geography
61(1): 131–135.

3.   Ginu Joseph, Hareesh, V.S., Sreekumar, V.B. and
Hridheek, T.K. (2013) Rediscovery of Ophiorrhiza
radicans
Gardn. from Penninsular India. Rheedea
23(1): 19–21.

Abstracts
in symposia/seminars

1.   Sreejith, K.A. Sreekumar, V.B. Hareesh,
V.S.,
and Nirmesh, T.K. Structure, composition and regeneration of a new
population dominated by Santalum album L.
(Sandalwood) from Attapadi, Palakkad district, Kerala.
Proceedings of International seminar on sandal wood
current trends and future prospects, Bangalore: 26-28 Feb. 2014. pp. 48.

2.   Sreekumar, V.B., Hareesh, V.S., Nirmesh, T.K. and
Sreejith, K.A. Ethnobotanical Studies of Mudugars in Muthikkulam High Value
Biodiversity Area with Special Reference to Trees. Proceedings of 26 th Kerala
Science Congress Pookode, Wayanad: 28-31 Jan. 2014. P. 2558- 2566

3.   Sreekumar, V.B., Suganthasakthivel, R., Hareesh, V.S. and Sasi, R. An
approach to landscape level conservation plan in Western Ghats – in case study
from Muthikulam high value biodiversity area. Proceedings of the UGC National
Seminar- Western Ghats (2013).

4.   Sreekumar, V.B. and Hareesh, V.S., Diversity, endemism
and conservation of Indian palms. Proceedings of 25
th Kerala Science
Congress (Jan 29-Feb.1) 2013. pp. 36-38.

5.   Hareesh,
V.S.,
Sreejith, K.A. and Sreekumar, V.B. Fruits of wild tree species in the Western Ghats:
an unexplored domain for food security. First National Biodiversity Congress,
December (27-30) 2012. pp.178.

6.   Chandrasekhara
Pillai, P.K., Soumya, M.M.  and
Hareesh,
V.S.
Terminalias:
a major tree component of moist deciduous forests in Kerala. Proceedings of 24
th
Kerala Science Congress, 29-31January 2012, RRI, Kottayam, pp. 495-497.

 

 

 

 

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