Research papers (Published)

1.     
Sarvalingam, A., Rajendran, A., Sivalingam, R. and Jayanthi, P.
2014. Ipomoea muelleri Benth.
(Convolvulaceae)- A new record for Asian Continenet. Jord. J. Biol. Sci. 7(4): 299-300
(ISSN: 1995-6673).

2.     
Sarvalingam, A., Rajendran, A., Jayanthi and Gurusamy (2014).
Distribution of Ipomoea Capitellata Choisy Var. Multilobata
Bhellum (Convolvulaceae) In Southern Western Ghats, India. Biolife,
2(1):516-518.

3.     
Sarvalingam, A. Rajendran, R. Sivalingam (2014). Wild edible plants
resources used by the Irulas of the Maruthamalai Hills, Southern Western
Ghats, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. IJNPR.,
5(2), 198-201.

4.     
Jothimani Krishnasamy, Rajendran
Arumugam and Sarvalingam Ariyan (
2014). Ornamental Aquatic and Semi- Aquatic Plants in Coimbatore District. Biolife,
2(2):557-571.

5.     
Rajendran, A., Aravindhan, V. and Sarvalingam, A (2014). Biodiversity of the Bharathiar University
campus, India: A floristic approach. Inter.l
J. Biodi. Cons.,
6(4): 308-319.

6.     
Ariyan Sarvalingam and Arumugam
Rajendran (2014).
Wild Ornamental Climbing Plants of Maruthamalai
Hills in the Southern Western Ghats, Tamil Nadu, India.
W. J. Agri. Sci., 10 (5): 204-209.

7.     
A. Sarvalingam, A. Rajendran, R. Sivalingam and P.
Jayanthi (2013). Occurrence of Cissus rotundifolia (Forsk) Vahl-Vitaceae
in Peninsular India. Acad. J. Pla. Sci., 6 (3): 117-118.

8.     
A. Sarvalingam, A. Rajendran and R. Sivalingam (2012). Documentary
of woody flora and its usage in Maruthamalai Hills of the southern Western
Ghats of Coimbatore district, India.
Res. Pla. Bio., 2(1): 07-14.

9.     
Sarvalingam, A and A. Rajendran 2012. Diversity of Lianas in
Maruthamalai Hills of the Southern Western Ghats, India. Phytotaxonomy,
12: 131-135.

10.  A.
Sarvalingam,
A. Rajendran and V.
Aravindhan (2011). Curative climbers of Maruthamalai Hills in the Southern
Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu, India. Inter.
J. Med. Aro. Plan.
, 1 (3), 326-332.

11. 
A. Sarvalingam, R. Sivalingam, A. Rajendran, and C. Kalidass, (2010). Cucumis
dipsaceus
Ehrenb. ex Spach.
(Cucurbitaceae) – A New Record for India.
Inter. J. Bio. Tech.,
1 (Special Issue): 37-39.

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