PUBLICATIONS

1.    
Rahul
P.R
.,
Ganesh Kumar, V., Naveen P., Viswanathan, R., Ramesh Sundar A., Malathi P.
(2014)
Defense transcriptome analysis of sugarcane and Colletotrichum falcatum interaction
using host suspension cells and pathogen elicitor

2.    
Rahul P.R., Geetha S.P., K.M. Prabhu
Kumar (2014) RAPD profiling of source plants of ayurvedic drug “brhati” along
with selected Solanum species. (Ed.Prof.Rajasekharan Pillai) In: Proceedings
26th Science Congress, 28-31 Jan, 2014, Wayanad,
Kerala.1056-1062

3.    
Sheeja, T. E., Rosana, O. B., Swetha, V. P., Shalini, R. S., Siju, S.,
Dhanya, R., Rahul PR., Krishnamoorthy, B. (2013). The 18S rDNA gene
discriminates between red-listed and unexplored ethnomedicinal species of
Myristicaceae restricted to humid tropics of India. Genetic Resources and
Crop Evolution
, 61(2), 523–535.

4.    
Sheeja TE, G Uma, B
Sasikumar, K V Saji & Rahul P R. 2013. Genetic diversity study in Piper
spp. using inter simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers. J.Spices Aromatic
Crops
22(2):111-119.

5.    
Rahul, P.R., Kumar, V.G., Sathyabhama, M., Viswanathan, R.,
Sundar, A.R., Malathi, P. Characterization and 3D structure prediction of
chitinase induced in sugarcane during pathogenesis of Colletotrichum falcatum. J. Plant Biochem. Biot. 2013, 1–8.

6.    
Rahul
P.R
.,
Ganesh Kumar, V., Viswanathan, R., Ramesh Sundar A., Malathi P. “Characterization
of 14-3-3 like protein gene from C.
falcatum
challenged sugarcane using RACE-PCR”. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on “New
paradigms in sugarcane research”, by the
Society for Sugarcane Research and Development,
Oct 15-18, 2012, p245-247.

7.    
Prathima, P.T.,
Raveendran, M., Kumar, K.K., Rahul, P.R., Kumar, V.G., Viswanathan, R., Sundar,
A.R…., Balasubramaniam, P. (2013). Differential regulation of defense-related
gene expression in response to red rot pathogen Colletotrichum falcatum
infection in sugarcane. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 171(2),
488–503.

8.    
Ramesh Sundar, A., Nagarathinam, S., Ganesh
Kumar, V., Rahul P.R., Raveendran,

M.,
Malathi P., Ganesh Kumar Agrawal, Randeep Rakwal and Viswanathan, R.
Sugarcane proteomics: Establishment of a protein extraction method for 2-DE in
stalk tissues and initiation of sugarcane proteome reference map.

Electrophoresis 2010 31: 1959-1974.

9.    
K. M. Maria John, Deepu Vijayan, P. R. Rahul, S. D. Joshi, R. Raj Kumar,
and A. K. A. Mandal. Electrofocusing of methanolic extracts for identification
of individual flavonol biomolecules in Camellia
species. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry. 2006. 54 (8): 2828 -2831.

10. 
Ganesh Kumar, V., Viswanathan, R., Ramesh
Sundar A., Malathi P.,
Rahul
P.R
. “Proteomic
analysis of Sugarcane-Colletotrichum
falcatum
interaction”. In:
Proceedings of the International Symposium on “New paradigms in sugarcane
research”, by the
Society
for Sugarcane Research and Development
, Oct 15-18, 2012, p346-349.

11. 
Viswanathan, R., Ramesh Sundar, A., Malathi P., Rahul, P.R.,
Ganesh Kumar, V., Banumathy, R., Prathima, P.T., Raveendran, M., Kumar, K.K.
and Balasubramanian, P. “Interaction between sugarcane and Colletotrichum falcatum
causing red rot : Understanding disease resistance at transcription level”.
Sugar Tech. 2009 11(1): 44-50.

12. 
K.M. Maria John, R.
Sasikumar, Deepu Vijayan, P.R. Rahul,
M. Saravanan and R. Raj Kumar. Influence of externally added substrates on
total catechin content in tea leaves (Camellia
spp.) Asian Journal of Plant
Sciences
. 2006. 5 (1): 116-119.

13. 
Sarvottam D. Joshi, Balamurugan, A., Jibu Thomas and Rahul, P.R..
Extraction of genomic DNA from the blister blight fungus. Newsletter of
UPASI Tea Research Foundation 2005
, 15(1): 3.

14. 
Joshi S. D, Haridas V, Thomas J, Rahul P R, Raj Kumar R (Plant
Physiology Div, UPASI Tea Research Foundation, Tea Research Institute, Nirar
dam (BPO), Valparal, Coimbatore-642 127) : Isolation of spores of Exobasidium
vexans
of tea and extraction of genomic DNA. J. Plantation crops 2004,
32 (Suppl), 351-353.

 

 

BOOKS
/BOOK CHAPTERS /TECHNICAL MANUAL etc.

1.    
T.E.
Sheeja, V.A. Parthasarathy, V.K. Sajesh, P.R.
Rahul.
Book on Intellectual Property Rights: Current
Scenario in Spices
, Indian Institute
of Spices Research, Calicut, 2012.

2.    
Prasath D., P.R.
Rahul
. Promoter Mining In: Practical Manual of “National Training
on Allele mining”
,
Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut, 2011.

3.    
Anucyriac,
Anupama K. Rittopaul and Rahul P.R., Microsatellite (simple sequence
Repeats) Profiling In: Practical Manual of “National Training on Allele
mining”
,
Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut, 2011.

4.    
R. Viswanathan,
A. Ramesh Sundar, V. Ganesh Kumar, P.R. Rahul. proteomics techniques
and its utilization in Plant pathology. In: Lecture notes of
“National Training on Allele mining”
,
at Indian Institute of
Spices Research, Calicut,
2011.

5.     R. Viswanathan and
P.R. Rahul.,
Functional genomics of sugarcane through ESTs. In: Manual
of Short Course
on Application of Molecular Tools in Identifying
Disease Resistance Genes/Mechanisms in Crop Plants”, at Sugarcane
Breeding Institute, Cbe, 2008, p58-70.

6.    
R. Viswanathan, M. Balamuralikrishnan and P.R. Rahul.” Reverse
Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR)” in the Manual of Short
Course
. at Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Cbe, 2007.

ABSTRACTS PUBLISHED


  1. Sheeja
    T.E., Rahul P.R., and Prasath
    D., “Intellectual property rights in spices and initiatives by
    IISR”, In:
    Symposium
    on Spices and Aromatic Crops SYMSAC VI, 8-10, Dec, 2011.

  2. Rahul P.R., Ganesh Kumar, V., Ramesh Sundar,
    A.,
    Malathi P. and Viswanathan, R.
    “Transcript profiling of Colletotrichum
    falcatum
    – elicitor induced response in sugarcane suspension
    cells” Symposium on Changing Plant Disease Scenario in relation to
    climate change, by the
    Indian Phytopathological Society, Oct 22-23, Abstract, P-61, 2010: Received Second prize for best Research Paper (Poster).

  3. Viswanathan, R., A. Ramesh Sundar, P. Malathi, V. Ganesh Kumar, P.R.
    Rahul
    and P.T. Pratima (2010). New insights into molecular basis of
    red rot resistance in sugarcane. Proc. Natl Symp on “Molecular Approaches
    for Management of Fungal Diseases of Crop Plants” 27-30, December, 2010,
    IIHR, Bangalore, p123.

  4. Ramesh Sundar, R. Viswanathan, Nagarathinam, S.,
    Ganesh Kumar, V. and Rahul P.R., Systemic acquired resistance
    (SAR): an emerging concept in the successful management of plant diseases.
    In National Seminar on Advances in Plant pathology for Sustainable
    Agriculture
    , November 24-25, 2008, organized by Indian
    Phytopathological Society (Southern chapter) and Tamil Nadu Agricultural
    University, Coimbatore. 2008. 57-58.

  5. Ramesh Sundar, A., Viswanathan, R.,
    Nagarathinam, S., Ganesh Kumar V., Rahul P.R. and Raveendran. M.,
    2008. Genomics and proteomics based analyses of elicitor induced systemic
    acquired resistance (SAR) response in Sugarcane x Colletotrichum falcatum interaction in National Conference
    on Genomics
    , Proteomics & Systems Biology,
    October
    1 – 3, 2008,
    IISC, Bangalore; organized by Department of Biotechnology, Sir
    M.Visvesvaraya, Institute of Technology, Bangalore.

  6. Viswanathan, R., Ramesh Sundar, A., Malathi P., Rahul, P.R.,
    Ganesh Kumar, V., Prathima, P.T., Raveendran, M., Kumar, K.K. and
    Balasubramanian, P. Abstract on “Defense genomics of sugarcane- Colletotrichum
    falcatum
    interaction by mRNA differential display”. National
    conference on Genomics, Proteomics & Systems Biology
    , October 1-3,
    2008, J.N. Tata auditorium, IISC campus, Bangalore.

  7. Rahul, P.R., Prathima, P.T., Viswanathan, R., Malathi, P., Banumathy, R.,
    Kumar, K.K and Balasubramanian, P. 2006. Abstract on “Identification of
    genes in response to C. falcatum went infection in sugarcane by
    genomic scanning of defense genes” Proceedings of “GDEST India – U.S.
    Workshop Agricultural Biotechnology for the Global Public Good”, October
    4-6, 2006, M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai,
    India.

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