List of Publications
of Dr. M. L. Khan

 

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S. No.




Title





1.           
 




Ray P. C., Kumar A., Devi A., Khan M. L.,
Krishna M. and Brockelman W. Y. 2015. Role of habitat characteristics on
group density of Western Hoolock Gibbon (Hoolock hoolock) in Namdapha
National Park of Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya, India. International
Journal of Primatology
(accepted).





2.     




Roy P. S., Roy A., Joshi P. K., Kale M. P., Srivastava V. K.,
Srivastava S. K., Dwevidi R. S., Joshi C., Behera M. D., Meiyappan P., Sharma
Y., Jain A. K., Singh J. S., Palchowdhuri Y., Ramachandran R. M., Pinjarla
B.,
Chakravarthi V., Babu N., Gowsalya M. S., Thiruvengadam P., Kotteeswaran M.,
Priya V., Yelishetty K. M. V. N., Maithani S., Talukdar G., Mondal I., Rajan
K. S., Narendra P. S., Biswal S., Chakraborty A., Padalia H., Chavan M.,
Pardeshi S. N., Chaudhari S. A., Anand A., Vyas A., Reddy M. K.,
Ramalingam  M., Manonmani R., Behera
P., Das P., Tripathy P., Matin S.,
Khan M. L., Tripathi O. P., Deka J., Kumar P. and
Kushwaha D. 2015.
Development of Decadal (1985–1995–2005) Land-Use and Land Cover
Database for India.
Remote Sensing.
(Accepted), ISSN 2072-4292.





3.     




Bawri, A.,
Paul, A., Gajurel, P. R. and Khan, M. L.
2015. Diversity and
Distribution of Primula species in
Western Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern
Himalayan Region, India, Journal of
Threatened Taxa,
7(1):6788-6795.





4.     




Bhuyan S. I., Tripathi O. P. and Khan M.
L.  2014. Soil N-mineralization
dynamics under four major land use patterns in Eastern Himalaya, Journal
of Tropical Agriculture,
52 (2) : 162-168.





5.     




Choudhury B. I., Khan
M. L.
and Dayanandan S. 2014.
Genetic relatedness among
traditionally cultivated rice ecotypes in the Eastern Himalayan region based
on nucleotide sequences of the Waxy gene. BMC Genetics,
7:953.





6.     




Choudhury B. I., Khan
M. L.
and Dayanandan S. 2014.
Patterns of nucleotide diversity and
phenotypes of two domestication related genes (OsC1 and Wx) in indigenous
rice varieties in Northeast India. BMC Genetics 15:71.





7.     




Choudhury B. I., Khan
M. L.
and Dayanandan S. 2014.
Functional Androdioecy in Critically
Endangered Gymnocladus assamicus (Leguminosae) in the Eastern Himalayan
region of Northeast India. PLOS ONE, 9 (2):e87287.





8.     




Choudhury B. I., Khan
M. L.
and Dayanandan S. 2014.
Genetic Characterization of Indigenous
Rice Varieties in the Eastern Himalayan Region of Northeast India. Rice
Science,
21(2): 90−98.





9.     




Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2014.  Ecological features of Aquilaria malaccensis Lam. (Thymelaeaceae) – a vulnerable
tropical tree species in Assamese homegardens. International Journal of Forestry Research. Vol. 2014, Article ID
140926, 16 pages.





10.  




Bharali S, Paul A, Khan M. L. 2014. Soil
nutrient status and its impact on the growth of three Rhododendron species
in a temperate forest of the eastern Himalayas, India. Taiwan J For Sci.
29(1):33-51.





11.  




Choudhury B. I., Khan
M. L.
and Das A. K.  2014.
Seedling dynamics of the critically endangered tree
legume Gymnocladus assamicus in northeast India. Tropical Ecology, 55(3):
375-384.





12.  




Deka J.,
Tripathi O. P., & Khan M. L. 2014.  Study on Land Use/Land Cover Change Dynamics
through Remote Sensing and GIS – A Case Study of Kamrup District, North East
India. Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS 55-62.





13.  




Bawri A., Gajurel P. R. and Khan M. L. 2014. New
distributional records of Primula species in Arunachal Pradesh, India,
Bioscience
Discovery
, 5(1):06-10.





14.  




Bawri,
A., Gajurel, P. R. & Khan, M. L. 2014. Primula
lacerata
(Primulaceae) –
a rare species and addition to the flora of India from East Himalayan Region.
Rheedea Vol.
24(1):63-66.





15.  




Bhuyan
S. I., Tripathi O. P. and Khan M. L.
2013. Soil acidification: A recent issue in
Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya.
Current Science,
105 (12): 1657-58.





16.  




Choudhury B. I., Khan
M. L.
and Dayanandan S. 2013. Genetic Structure and Diversity of
Indigenous Rice (Oryza sativa)
Varieties in the Eastern Himalayan Region of Northeast India, Springer Plus 2: 228,
http://www.springerplus.com /content/2/1/228.





17.  




Choudhury B. I., and Khan
M. L.
2013.
Conservation through Cultivation: a promising
opportunity for the critically endangered tree Gymnocladus assamicus, Current Science, 105 (3):294-295.





18.  




Bharali S, Paul A, Khan
M. L.
2013. Population Status of
Rhododendron
mechukae
– A Newly Recorded
Endemic Species from Eastern Himalaya, India.
J.
Biodivers. Manage. Forestry

2:3.
doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2327-4417.1000113.





19.  




Dilip
S., Singha L. B. & Khan M. L. 2013. Changes in soil
physico-chemical parameters of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Nees and Melocanna
baccifera
(Roxb.) Kurz forests during pre-flowering, flowering and
post-flowering phases in Eastern Himalayas, India. IOSR Journal of
Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology,
7(5):11-16.





20.  




Bawri A., Gajurel P. R. and Khan M. L.
2013. Record of Primula waltonii
Watt ex I.B. Balfour (Primulaceae) from Arunachal Himalaya with taxonomic
notes, Pleione, 7 (1): 262-265.





21.  




Bhuyan
S. I., Tripathi O. P. and Khan M. L.
2013. Seasonal changes in soil
microbial biomass under different
 agro-ecosystems of Arunachal Pradesh, north
east India,
Journal of
Agricultural Sciences
, 8 (3): 142-152.





22.  




Murali
Krishna C., Kumar A., Ray P. C., Sarma K., Devi A. and Khan M. L.
2013. Impact of road widening on wildlife in Namdapha National Park,
Arunachal Pradesh, India: a conservation issue. Asian Journal of
Conservation Biology, 2(1): 76-78
.





23.  




Paul A.,
Bharali S., Khan M. L. and
Tripathi O.P. 2013. Anthropogenic disturbances led to risk of extinction of Taxus wallichiana Zuccarini, an
endangered medicinal tree in Arunachal Himalaya, Natural Areas Journal, 33(4): 447-454.





24.  




Paul A.,
Kalita J., Khan M. L. and
Tripathi, O. P. 2013.
Illicium griffithii: A potential source of natural off-farm income resources to the rural people of Arunachal Himalaya,
India,
Indian Journal of
Natural Products and Resources, 4(2): 131-137.

ISSN: 0976-0512.





25.  




Kalita J. and Khan M. L.
2013. Medicinal plants of the high altitudes
of Arunachal Pradesh, India and their trades,
International
Journal of Conservation Science,
4 (3): 337-346.





26.  




Bhuyan
S. I., Khan M. L. and Tripathi O.
P. 2013. Soil physico-chemical properties under four agro-ecosystems in
Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. Plant
Achieves
, 13 (1): 199-206.





27.  




Bhuyan
S. I. Tripathi O. P. and Khan M. L.
2013. Soil nutrients status in prominent agro-ecosystems of East Siang
district, Arunachal Pradesh. International Journal of Environmental
Sciences,
3(6): 1973-1984.





28.  




Yumnam J. Y., Tripathi O. P. and Khan M. L.
2013. Soil dynamic of agricultural landscape in East Siang district of
Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. African
J. of Plant Science,
7(1): 43-52.





29.  




Mao A. A., Bhaumik M., Paul A., Bharali S. and Khan M. L. 2013 Rhododendron mechukae (Ericaceae) a new species from India, Edinburgh Journal of Botany, 70 (1):
57-60.





30.  




Deka J.,
Bharali S., Das A. K., Tripathi O. P. and Khan M. L. 2013 Mapping the
potential distribution of Pinus
merkusii
Jungh et de Vries. a vulnerable gymnosperm in eastern Arunachal
Pradesh using Maximum Entropy model,
Asian Journal of
Geoinformatics, 13(1): 16-22
.





31.  




Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2013. Population
structure and regeneration status of Aquilaria
malaccensis
Lam. in homegardens of Upper Assam, northeast India,
Tropical Ecology, 54(1):
1-13.





32.  




Kalita J. and Khan M. L.
2013.
Commercial
potentialities of essential oil of Ocimum
members growing in North East India, International Journal of Pharmacy &
Life Sciences, 4(4): 2559-2567.





33.  




Bharali
S. and Khan M. L. 2012. Rhododendron
in Arunachal Pradesh, India, New Zealand Rhododendron Association
Bulletin,
100: 81-85.





34.  




Kalita
J., Singh S.S., and Khan M.L.
2012. Clerodendrum colebrookianum Walp.:
A potential folk medicinal plant of North East India, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Research, 2(2):
256-261.





35.  




Deka J.,
Tripathi O.P. and Khan M. L. 2012.
Implementation of forest canopy density model for monitoring tropical
deforestation, Journal of Indian
Society of Remote Sensing,
DOI 10.1007/s12524-012-0224-5.





36.  




Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2012. Agar (Aquilaria
malaccensis
Lam.): a promising crop in the homegardens of Upper Assam,
northeastern India
, Journal of
Tropical Agriculture
50(1-2): 8-14.





37.  




Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2012.
Seedling
survival and growth of Aquilaria malaccensis in different
microclimatic conditions of northeast India
, Journal of Forestry Research 23(4): 569-574.





38.  




Bharali
S. and Khan M. L. 2012. Religious
taboo among the tribes of West Kameng – an excellent traditional system of
conserving biodiversity,
Current
Science
103(8): 874-875.





39.  




Deka J.,
Tripathi O. P., and Khan M. L. 2012. High Dominance of Shorea
robusta
Gaertn. in Alluvial Plain Kamrup Sal Forest of Assam, N. E.
India, International Journal of
Ecosystems
2(4): 67-73.





40.  




Deka J.,
Tripathi O. P., and Khan M. L. 
2012. Urban growth trend analysis using Shannon Entropy approach – a
case study in north east India,
International Journal of Geomatics and Geosciences
2(4):1072-1078.





41.  




Bharali
S., Deka J., Saikia P., Khan M. L.,
Paul A., Tripathi O.P., Singha L.B. and Uma Shankar 2012. Pinus merkusii Jungh et de Vries – a
vulnerable gymnosperm needs conservation NeBIO
3 (1): 94-95.





42.  




Menon
S., Khan M. L., Paul A. and
Peterson A.T. 2012.
Rhododendron
Species
in the Indian Eastern Himalayas: New Approaches to Understanding Rare Plant
Species Distributions
,
Journal American Rhododendron Society
66(2): 78 – 84.





43.  




Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2012. Phenology, seed biology and seedling
survival and growth of Aquilaria malaccensis: a highly exploited and
red listed tree species of North East India
, Indian Forester 138(3): 289-295.





44.  




Zimik L., Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2012.
Comparative study on homegardens of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh in terms of
species diversity and plant utilization pattern,

Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences,
3(3): 611-618.





45.  




Bharali
S., Paul A., Khan M. L. and
Singha, L.B. 2012. Survival and growth of seedlings of two Rhododendron tree species along an
altitudinal gradient in a temperate broad leaved forest of Arunachal Pradesh,
India, International Journal of Plant
Research
2(1): 39-46.





46.  




Bharali
S., Paul A., Khan M. L. and Singha
L.B.  2012. Impact of altitude on
population structure and regeneration status of two Rhododendron species in a temperate
broad leaved forest of Arunachal Pradesh, India, International Journal of Ecosystem, 2(1): 19-27.





47.  




Saikia
P. and Khan M. L. 2012. Aquilaria malaccensis Lam.: A red
listed and highly exploited tree species in Assamese homegarden, Current
Science
102(4): 546-547.





48.  




Barbhuiya
A.R., Arunachalam A., Pandey H.N., Khan
M. L.
and Arunachalam K. 2012. Fine root dynamics in undisturbed and
disturbed stands of a tropical wet evergreen forest in northeast India, Tropical Ecology 53(1): 67-77.





49.  




Saikia
P., Choudhury B.I. and Khan M. L.
2012. Floristic composition and plant utilization pattern in homegardens of
Upper Assam, India, Tropical Ecology
53(1): 105-118.





50.  




Bharali
S., Paul A., Khan M. L. and Singha, L.B. 2011. Species diversity and
community structure of a temperate mixed Rhododendron forest along an
altitudinal gradient in West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh, India, Nature
and Science
9(12): 125-140.





51.  




Bharali
S. and Khan M. L. 2011. Climate
change and its impact on biodiversity, some management options for mitigation
in Arunachal Pradesh, Current Science
101(7): 855-860.





52.  




Deka J.,
Tripathi O.P. and Khan M. L.  2011.
A multi-temporal remote sensing approach for monitoring changes in spatial
extent of freshwater lake of Deepor Beel Ramsar Site, a major wetland of
Assam, Journal of Wetland Ecology 5: 40-47.





53.  




Saikia
P. and Khan M.L. 2011. Diversity
of medicinal plants and their uses in homegardens of upper Assam, Northeast
India, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Research 1(3): 296-309.





54.  




Yumnam J.Y., Bhuyan S.I., Khan M.L. and Tripathi O.P. 2011. Agro-diversity of East Siang-Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya, Asian
Journal of Agricultural Sciences
3(4): 417-426.





55.  




Yumnam J.Y., Bhuyan S.I., Tripathi O.P. and Khan M.L. 2011. Study on ethno-medicinal plants used by Adi Tribe
of East Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh, J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 35 (2): 369-377.





56.  




Paul A.
and Khan M.L. 2010. Water: an
eco-friendly and energy efficient resource for rural milling in rural
Arunachal Pradesh, Current Science
99(4): 417.





57.  




Sadananda
C., Salam D., Singha L.B. and Khan
M.L.
2010. ‘Mauhak’- yet another mystery in the dictionary of bamboo
flowering, Current Science 99(6):
714-715.





58.  




Singha
L.B., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2010. Floristic composition and phytosociology of a temperate bamboo stand in
Eastern Himalayas, India, Bamboo
Science and Culture: The Journal of the American Bamboo Society
23(1):
49-56.





59.  




Menon
S., Choudhury B.I., Khan M.L. and
Peterson T.A. 2010. Ecological niche modeling and local knowledge predict new
populations of Gymnocladus assamicus
a critically endangered tree species, Endangered
Species Research
11: 175-181.





60.  




Paul A.,
Khan M.L. and Das A.K. 2010.
Utilization of rhododendrons by Monpas in western Arunachal Pradesh, India, Journal of American Rhododendron Society
64(2): 81-84.





61.  




Paul A.,
Khan M.L. and Das A.K. 2010.
Effect of stump girth and height on resprouting of Rhododendron arboreum following disturbance in temperate mixed
broad leaved forest of Arunachal Pradesh, India, Journal of Forestry Research 21(4): 433-438.





62.  




Paul A.,
Khan M.L., Das A.K. and Dutta P.K.
2010. Diversity and distribution of rhododendrons in Arunachal Himalaya,
India, Journal of American Rhododendron
Society
64(4): 200-205.





63.  




Choudhury
B.I. and Khan M.L. 2010.
Conservation and management of endangered plant species: a case study from
northeast India, Bioremediation,
Biodiversity and Bioavailability
4 (Special Issue 1): 47-53.





64.  




Choudhury B.I., Khan M.L. and Das A.K.
2009. Seed dormancy and germination in Gymnocladus assamicus: An
endemic legume tree from Northeast India,
Seed
Science and Technology
37(3): 582-588.





65.  




Das S., Khan M.L., Rabha A. and Bhattacharjya
D.K. 2009. Ethnomedicinal plants of Manas National Park, Assam, Northeast
India,
Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 8(4): 514-517.





66.  




Khan M.L., Khumbongmayum
A.D. and Tripath, R.S. 2008. The sacred groves and their significance in
conserving biodiversity: an overview, International
Journal of Ecology and Environmental Scienc
es 34: 277-291.





67.  




Singha
L.B., Khan M.L. and Devi R. 2008.
Understanding Bamboo sector for income generation, employment opportunity and
sustainable development of the Northeast India, Indian Forester 134(9): 1147-1156.





68.  




Barbhuiya A.R., Arunachalam A., Pandey H.N., Khan
M.L
. and Arunachalam K. 2008. Effects of disturbance on fine roots and
soil microbial biomass C, N and P in a tropical rainforest ecosystem of
Northeast India
, Current Science 94(5): 31-44.





69.  




Barbhuiya
A.R., Arunachalam A., Nath P.C., Khan
M.L.
and Arunachalam K. 2008.
Leaf
litter decomposition of dominant tree species of Namdapha National Park,
Arunachal Pradesh, northeast India,
Journal
of Forest Research
13(1): 25-34.





70.  




Barbhuiya A.R., Arunachalam A., Pandey H.N., Arunachalam K. and Khan M. L. 2008. Effects of anthropogenic disturbance on soil
microbial biomass C, N and P in a tropical
rainforest ecosystem of Assam, Northeast India, Malaysian Journal of Soil Science 12: 31-44.





71.  




Tripathi R.S. and Khan
M.L.

2007. Regeneration dynamics of
natural forests – A Review,
Proceedings
of the Indian National Science Academy
73(3)
: 167-195.





72.  




Choudhury B.I., Khan M.L., Arunachalam A.
and Arunachalam K.
2007. Gymnocladus
assamicus
Kanjilal ex P.C. Kanjilal fruit – A soap substitute, Natural Product Radiance 6(5):
427-429.





73.  




Choudhury B.I., Khan M.L., Arunachalam A.
and Das A.K. 2007. Population status of Gymnocladus assamicus, a critically endangered tree species in Arunachal
Pradesh, India, Current Science
93(11): 1489-1491.





74.  




Singha
L.B., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2007. Micro environmental characteristics of the natural habitat of Arundinaria maling Gamble, a rare and
endemic bamboo, in Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh in the eastern
Himalaya, Journal of Bamboo and
Rattan
6(1 & 2):101-114.





75.  




Choudhury B.I., Khan M. L., Arunachalam A.
and Das A.K. 2007. Ecology and conservation of the critically endangered tree
species Gymnocladus assamicus in
Arunachal Pradesh, India. Research
Letters in Ecology
Volume 2007,
Article ID 59282 doi:10.1155/2007/59282.





76.  




Khumbongmayum
A.D., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2006. Biodiversity conservation in sacred groves of Manipur, north east
India: population structure and regeneration status of woody species, Biodiversity and Conservation 15(8):
2439-2456.





77.  




Paul A., Arunachalam A., Khan M.L.
and Arunachalam K. 2006.
Daphne
papyracea
Wall. Ex Steud. – A traditional source of paper making
in Arunachal Pradesh, Natural Product
Radiance
5(2): 133-138.





78.  




Duchok
D., Kent, K., Khumbongmayum A.D., Paul A. and Khan M.L. 2005. Population structure and regeneration status of
medicinal tree Illicium griffithii
in relation to disturbance gradients in temperate broad leaved forest of
Arunachal Pradesh, Current Science
89(4): 673-676.





79.  




Paul A., Khan M.L.,
Arunachalam A. and Arunachalam K. 2005.
Biodiversity and
conservation of rhododendrons in Arunachal Pradesh in the Indo-Burma
biodiversity hotspot, Current Science
89(4): 623-634.





80.  




Khumbongmayum
A.D., Khan M.L. and Tripathi
R.S.  2005. Sacred groves of Manipur,
northeast India: biodiversity value, status and strategies for their
conservation, Biodiversity and
Conservation
14(7): 1541-1582.





81.  




Nath
P.C., Arunachalam A., Khan M.L.,
Arunachalam K. and Barbhuiya A.R. 2005. Vegetation analysis and tree
population structure of tropical wet evergreen forests in and around Namdapha
National Park, north-east India,
Biodiversity and Conservation
14(9): 2109-2136.





82.  




Khumbongmayum
A.D., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2005. Survival and growth of seedlings of a few tree species in the four
sacred groves of Manipur, north east India, Current Science 88(11): 1781-1788.





83.  




Khumbongmayum
A.D., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2005. Ethnobotanical plants in the sacred groves of Manipur, Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge
4(1): 21-32.





84.  




Khan M.L., Bhuyan P. and
Tripathi R.S. 2005. Effects of forest
disturbance on fruit set, seed dispersal and predation of Rudraksh (Elaeocarpus
ganitrus
Roxb.) in northeast India.
Current Science 88(1): 133-142.





85.  




Nath P., Barbhuiya A.R., Arunachalam K., Arunachalam
A. and Khan M.L. 2005. A
biodiversity perspective on the NTFP potential of Joypur Reserve Forest
Assam, Journal of Tropical Forestry
21: 1-10





86.  




Khan M.L. 2004. Effects of seed mass on seedling success in Artocarpus heterophyllus L., a tropical tree species of north-east India, Acta Oecologica 25(1-2): 103-110.





87.  




Khan M.L., Bhuyan P. and
Tripathi R.S. 2004. Survival and
growth of seedlings of Rudraksh (
Elaeocarpus
ganitrus
) under varied canopy
conditions after transplant, Tropical Ecology 45(2): 233-239.





88.  




Khan M.L. and Uma Shankar
2004.
Seed Mass, Germination
and Seedling Growth in Artocarpus chama,
International
Journal of Ecology & Environmental Science
30(4): 369-376.





89.  




Khan M.L., Bhuyan P. and Tripathi R.S. 2004. Conservation
status of Rudraksh in tropical wet evergreen forests of Arunachal Pradesh, Current
Science
86(5): 646-650.





90.  




Arunachalam
A., Adhikari D., Sarmah R., Majumdar M. and Khan M.L. 2004. Population and conservation of Sapria himalayana Griffith. in
Namdapha national park, Arunachal Pradesh, India,  Biodiversity
and Conservation
13(13):
2391-2397





91.  




Arunachalam
A., Sarmah R., Adhikari D., Majumdar M. and Khan M.L. 2004. Anthropogenic threats and biodiversity
conservation in Namdapha Nature Reserve in the Indian Eastern Himalayas, Current Science 87(4): 447-454.





92.  




Khumbongmayum
A.D., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2004. Sacred groves of Manipur – Ideal centres for biodiversity conservation, Current Science 87(4): 430-433.





93.  




Barbhuiya
A.R., Arunachalam A., Pandey H.N., Arunachalam K., Khan M. L., Nath P.C. 2004. Dynamics of soil microbial biomass C.
N. and P. in disturbed and undisturbed stands of a tropical wet-evergreen
forest, European Journal of Soil
Biology
40(3-4):113-121.





94.  




Bhuyan
P., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2003. Tree diversity and population structure in undisturbed and
human-impacted stands of tropical wet evergreen forest in Arunachal Pradesh,
Eastern Himalayas, India, Biodiversity
and Conservation
12(8):
1753-1773.





95.  




Singha
L.B., Bhatt B.P. and Khan M. L.
2003. Flowering of Bambusa cacharensis Mazumdar
in the southern part of North East India – a case study, Journal of Bamboo and
Rattan
2(1): 57-63.





96.  




Adhikari
D., Arunachalam A., Majumder M., Sarmah R. and Khan M.L. 2003. A rare
root parasitic plant
(Sapria
himalayana
Griffith.) in
Namdapha National Park, north-eastern India, Current Science 85(12): 1668-1669.





97.  




Khan M.L., Bhuyan P. and
Tripathi R.S. 2003. Regeneration of Rudraksh (Elaeocarpus ganitrus Roxb.),
a threatened tree species: germination strategies, International Journal of Ecology & Environmental Science 29:
255-260.





98.  




Arunachalam A., Khan
M.L.

and Singh N.D. 2003. Germination, growth and biomass accumulation as
influenced by seed size in Mesua ferrea L.,Turkish Journal of
Botany
27: 343-348.





99.  




Khan M.L., Bhuyan P., Singh
N.D. and Todaria N.P. 2002. Fruit set, seed germination and seedling growth
of Mesua ferrea (Clusiaceae) in relation to light intensity, Journal of Tropical Forest Science 14(1):  35-48.





100.  
 




Khan M.L., Upadhyaya K.,
Singha L.B. and Devi K.A. 2002. A Plea for Conservation of Threatened Tree
Fern (Cyathea gigantea), Current Science 82(4): 375-376.





101.  
 




Arunachalam A., Khan M.L. and
Arunachalam K. 2002.
Balancing traditional jhum cultivation with
modern agroforestry in eastern Himalaya – A biodiversity hot spot, Current Science 83(2): 117-118.





102.  
 




Bhuyan
P., Khan M.L. and Tripathi R.S.
2002. Regeneration status and population structure of Rudraksh (Elaeocarpus ganitrus Roxb.) in relation to cultural
disturbances in tropical wet evergreen forest of Arunachal Pradesh, Current Science 83(11): 1391-1394.





103.  
 




Menon S., Pontius J.R. Gil, Rose J., Khan M.L. and Bawa K.S. 2001. Identifying conservation
priority areas in the tropics: A land-use change modeling approach, Conservation Biology 15(2): 501-512.





104.  
 




Khan M. L. and Uma Shankar 2001. Effect of seed weight,
light regime, and substratum microsite on germination and seedling growth of Quercus semiserrata Roxb., Tropical
Ecology
42(1): 117-126.





105.  
 




Bhuyan P., Khan M. L. and Uma Shankar 2000. Trade-off between dispersal efficiency and
seedling fitness in Oroxylum indicum,
a wind dispersed tropical tree, International
Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences
26: 67-73.





106.  
 




Khan M. L., Bhuyan, P., Uma Shankar and Todaria N.P. 1999. Seed
germination and seedling fitness in Mesua
ferrea
L. In relation to fruit size and seed number per fruit, Acta Oecologica 20(6): 599-605.





107.  
 




Singh
N.D. and Khan M. L. 1998. Influence of fruit weight and soil fertility on
seed germination and seedling fitness of Dillenia
indica
Linn., Ecology, Environment
and Conservation
4: 45-47.





108.  
 




Kuba M.
Maram and Khan M. L. 1998.
Regeneration status of trees in various categories of forests in Manipur, Journal of Hill Research 11(2):
178-182.





109.  
 




Khan M. L., Menon S.  and Bawa
K.S. 1997. Effectiveness of protected area network in biodiversity
conservation in north-east India: a case study of Meghalaya state, Biodiversity and Conservation 6(6):
853-868.





110.  
 




Uma
Shankar and Khan M.L. 1997.
Biodiversity – harvest to conserve,
Arunachal Forest News
15: 40-44.





111.  
 




Rai
J.P.N. and Khan M. L. 1991. Effect
of leaf water potential on the contents of whole chloroplast and chloroplast
membrane fractions of drought sensitive and tolerant popular clones. Proceedings of the Indian National Science
Academy
B57: 377-380.





112.  
 




Khan M. L. and Tripathi R.S.
1991. Seedling survival and growth of early and late successional tree
species as affected by insect herbivory and pathogen attack in subtropical
humid forest stands of north-east India, Acta
Oecologica
12(5): 569-579.





113.  
 




Tripathi
R.S. and Khan M. L. 1990. Effect
of seed weight and microsite characteristics on germination and seedling
fitness in two species of Quercus
in a subtropical wet hill forest, Oikos
57(3): 289-296.





114.  
 




Khan M. L. and Tripathi R.S.
1989. Survival and growth of transplanted nursery seedlings of three
subtropical trees at burnt and unburnt sites in dense and sparse forest
stands, Tropical Ecology 30(1):
20-30.





115.  
 




Khan M. L. and Tripathi R.S.
1989. Effect of soil moisture, soil texture and light intensity on emergence,
survival and growth of seedlings of a few sub-tropical trees, Indian Journal of Forestry 12(3):
196-204.





116.  
 




Khan M. L. and Tripathi R.S.
1989. Effects of stump diameter, stump height and sprout density on the
sprout growth of four tree species in burnt and unburnt forest plots, Acta Oecologica 10(4): 303-316.





117.  
 




Khan M. L. and Tripathi R.S.
1987. Ecology of forest trees of Meghalaya: seed germination, survival and
growth of Albizzia lebeck seedlings
in nature, Indian Journal of Forestry
10: 38-43.





118.  
 




Khan M. L., Rai J.P.N. and
Tripathi R.S. 1987. Population structure of some tree species in disturbed
and protected subtropical forests of north-east India, Acta Oecologica 8: 247-255.





119.  
 




Khan M. L., Rai J.P.N.  and
Tripathi R.S. 1986. Regeneration and survival of tree seedlings and sprouts
in tropical deciduous and sub-tropical forest of Meghalaya, India, Forest Ecology and Management 14(4): 293-304.





120.  
 




Khan M. L. and Tripathi R.S.
1986. Tree regeneration in a disturbed sub-tropical wet hill forest of
north-east India: effect of stump diameter and height on sprouting of four
tree species, Forest Ecology and Management 17(2-3): 199-209




 

 

Books published




1.




Sustainable
Management of Forests- India. International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun,
Eds. Arunchalam, A. and Khan, M.L. 2001. ISBN:81-7089-280-5 pp 550.




 

 

Articles in Book Chapters, Conference
Proceedings etc.

 





































 




Title





1.     




Kalita J., Singh S.S., Khan M. L. and Gajurel P. 2013. Clerodendrum viscosum Vent.- A medicinal weed of North East India
In: Recent
Advances in Natural Products Research,
52-56.





2.     




Bhuyan S. I.,
Tripathi O. P. and Khan M. L. 2013.
Agricultural systems and Rural development: An overview of Arunachal Pradesh,
Eastern Himalaya. Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi (in press).





3.   
 




Dutta J.,
Muang O., Balasubramaniam D., Wann F.M., Pangging G. and Khan, M. L. 2013. The ‘Tani’ mega-cultural landscape, In: P. S.
Ramakrishnan, K. G. Saxena, K. S. Rao, & G. Sharma. (eds). Cultural
landscapes, The basis for linking biodiversity conservation with the
sustainable development. UNESCO, New Delhi





4.   
 




Pangging G.,
Dutta J., Balasubramaniam D., Muang O., Arunachalam A. and Khan M. L. 2013. Ziro Valley and the
surrounding Hills: A Mega-cultural landscape. In: P. S. Ramakrishnan, K. G.
Saxena, K. S. Rao, & G. Sharma (eds.). Cultural landscapes, The basis for
linking biodiversity conservation with the sustainable development. UNESCO,
New Delhi





5.   
 




Tripathi R.S., Khan M. L. and Yadav A.S. 2012. Biology of Mikania micrantha H.B.K. – a review. Invasive Alien Plants: An Ecological Appraisal for the Indian
Subcontinent
Editors:
Bhatt, J.R., Singh, J.S., Singh, S.P.,
Tripathi, R.S., Kohli, R.K.
CAB International, UK,  99-107.





6.   
 




Bhuyan
S. I., Tripathi O. P. and Khan M. L., Yumnam J. Y. and Mondal J.  2012.
A survey of traditional crop species diversity and its conservation in jhum
fields among “Adi” tribe of Boleng area in East Siang of Arunachal Pradesh.
In B. K. Dutta, P. Choudhury and A. J. Nath (eds.). Biodiversity Researches
in North-East India. Published by Assam University, Silchar, Assam.





7.   
 




Barbhuiya A.R., Khan M.
L.
, Arunachalam A., Prabhu S.D. and Chavan V. 2010. Sacred groves:
informal protected areas in the high altitudes of Eastern Himalaya, Arunachal
Pradesh, Northeast India: traditional beliefs, biodiversity and conservation.
National Parks, Biodiversity,
Conservation and Tourism
Editor: F. Columbus.
Nova Science
Publisher, Inc.,
Hauppauge, NY. Angus O’ Relily and Doran
Murphy (Eds.). 131-146.





8.   
 




Saikia P. and Khan M. L. 2009. Conservation and diversity
of medicinal plant in homegardens of Teok area of Jorhat district,
Assam.  In: Proceedings of national
seminar on Agroforestry for Socioeconomic Development of North Eastern Region
.
B. Singh, P. Rethy & P.R. Gajurel (eds.). Dept of Forestry, NERIST
(Deemed Univ.), Arunachal Pradesh. pp. 152-161.





9.   
 




Khan M. L. and Kh. Ashalata, Devi. 2006.
Conserving biodiversity in sacred groves through traditional beliefs with
special reference to Manipur, north-east India. In: Proceedings “Ecology, Diversity and Conservation of Plants and
Ecosystems in India”.
H.N. Pandey and S.K. Barik (eds). Regency
Publications, New Delhi pp. 414-436.





10.
 




Adhikari D., Sharma R., Arunachalam A., Melkania U., Khan M.
L.
, Upadhyaya N., Pant R.M. and Tapasvi S. 2006. Secondary Forests and
Socio-economics of Communities living around Namdapha National Park,
Arunachal Pradesh. Shifting Agriculture
and Sustainable Development of North-Eastern India: Tradition in Transition

Editors:  P.S. Ramakrishnan, K.G.
Saxena and K.S. Rao Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. pp.
239-276.





11.
 




Arunachalam
A., Arunachalam K. and Khan M. L. 2004.
Significance
of sacred Groves in sustainable development of North-East India.
Challenges in Sustainable Development
P.K. Singhal and P. Shrivastava (eds).
Anmol Publications Pvt.
Ltd., New Delhi.





12.
 




Arunachalam
A., Arunachalam K. and Khan M. L.
2004.
Meghalayan forests and sustainable
development.
pp. 338-353.  Challenges in Sustainable Development
P.K. Singhal and P. Shrivastava (eds).
Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.





13.  




Nath P.C., Barbhuiya
A.R., Arunachalam A., Khan M. L.
and Arunachalam K. 2003. Status of biodiversity in Joypur reserve forest and
its conservation strategies. In:
Proceedings on Biodiversity Conservation Vis-à-vis Sustainable Development.
 pp. 84-87.





14.  




Barbhuiya A.R., Nath
P.C., Arunachalam A., Khan M. L.
and Arunachalam K. 2003. Biodiversity and strategies for plant germplasm
conservation in Assam.In: Proceedings
on Biodiversity Conservation Vis-à-vis Sustainable Development.
 pp. 76-79.





15.
 




Khan
M. L.
and Arunachalam A. 2003. Traditional agroforestry as a viable
choice to conserve agro-biodiversity in the northeast India. In: Proceedings Agroforestry – Potential
and Opportunities”.
P.S. Pathak and R. Newaj (eds.), Published by
AGROBIOS, Jodhpur pp. 95-106.





16. 




Upadhyaya K., Arunachalam A. and Khan
M. L
. 2002. Designing proper agroforestry models
for Arunachal: Scope & Challenges. 
(2002),
In: Proceedings of the National Workshop on
Arunachal Pradesh: Environmental Planning &Sustainable Development
, HIMAVIKAS
Occasional Publication No. 16, Editors R. C. Sudriyal, Uma Shankar & T.
C. Upreti. pp. 349-355.





17. 




Bhuyan P. and Khan M. L. 2002. The blue marble tree
– Rudraksh. Resource Management
Perspective of Arunachal Agriculture
.K.A. Singh (ed). Indian Council for
Agricultural Research Complex for NEH Region, Shillong.





18. 




Bhuyan P., Khan M. L. and Tripathi R.S. 2001.Tree diversity and
population structure in disturbed and human-impacted tropical wet evergreen
forests of Arunachal Pradesh, North East India. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Tropical
Ecosystems
. Tropical Ecosystem: Structure, Diversity and Human Welfare.
K.N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaankar
and K.S. Bawa (eds.). Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.,
New Delhi.





19. 




Upadhyaya K.,
Arunachalam A. and Khan M. L. 2001. Medicinal and aromatic plant
resources of Arunachal Pradesh: Conservation and sustainable utilization as a
chemical Venture. In: A. Arunchalam and M.L. Khan (eds.). Sustainable
Management of Forests- India
. International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun.





20. 




Upadhyaya K.,
Arunachalam A., Khan M. L. and
Singh N.D. 2001. Ecological & social interactions in Agroforestry. In:A. Arunachalam and M.L. Khan
(eds). Sustainable Management of
Forests – India
. International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun. In: A.
Arunchalam and M.L. Khan (eds.). Sustainable Management of Forests- India.
International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun.





21. 




Kuba M. Maram and Khan M.
L.
1998. Customary laws and forestry practices of the Maram Naga Tribe. In:
Proceedings of the National Workshop on Arunachal Pradesh: Environmental
Planning & Sustainable Development
, HIMAVIKAS Occasional Publication No. 16,
Editors R. C. Sudriyal, Uma Shankar & T. C. Upreti.
pp. 225-232.





22. 




Tsanglao L.
and Khan M. L. 1998. Forest
resource utilization pattern: a case study in Wokha District, Nagaland. In:
Proceedings of the National Workshop on Arunachal Pradesh: Environmental
Planning & Sustainable Development
, HIMAVIKAS Occasional Publication No. 16,
Editors R. C. Sudriyal, Uma Shankar & T. C. Upreti.
pp. 150-162.





23. 




Khan, M. L. 1997. A few edible forest species of north-east India. In: Proceedings “Forestry for food:
challenges for 2000 A. D. and beyond”. Ed. U. Melkania,
Indian Institute
of Forest Management, Bhopal. pp. 88-92





24. 




Khan M. L. 1996. Social forestry in north-eastern India: present status
and future strategies. In: P. Singh, P.S. Pathak and M.M. Roy (eds). Sustainable development of degraded lands
through agroforestry in Asia and Pacific
. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. pp. 198-204.





25. 




Khan, M. L. 1996. Regeneration potential of tree species in Meghalaya
forests. In: Proceedings of the
Eco-restoration of degraded hills
. Editor: B. K. Tiwari and S. Singh).
Kaushal Publications, Shillong. pp. 161-168





26. 




Das M., Tiwari M.D., Tawnenga P., Singh S., Konwar M., Khan M. L., Uma Shankar and Gupta A.
1993. Implementation mechanisms for introducing EE in higher education, In: Proceedings of the Environmental
education in higher education system with special reference to north-east
India
. Editor: B. K. Tiwari, Centre for Eco-development, North-Eastern
Hill University, Shillong. pp. 8-12.





27. 




Uma Shankar and Khan M.
L.
1993. Emphasis on environmental management training in higher
education system. In: Proceedings of
the Environmental education in higher education system with special reference
to north-east India
. Editor: B. K. Tiwari, Centre for Eco-development,
North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong. pp. 40-42.





28. 




Tiwari B.K., Khan M. L. and
Tripathi R.S. 1993. Survival of trees
under afforestation programme in Nagaland.
Regional Centre National
Afforestation and Eco-Development Board, North-Eastern Hill University,
Shillong.





29. 




Tripathi R.S. and Khan M.
L.
1992. Regeneration pattern and population structure of trees in
subtropical forests of north-east India. Tropical
ecosystem: ecology and management
. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi K.P.
Singh and J.S. Singh (eds). pp. 431-441.





30. 




Khan M. L. and Rai J.P.N. 1992. Regeneration ecology of two fast growing
tree species of north-east India. In:
Proceedings of the Multipurpose trees for agroforestry systems
. Editors:
P.S. Pathak & P. Singh, IGFRI, Jhansi. pp. 137-143.





31. 




Tripathi R.S. and Khan M.
L.
1992. Regeneration ecology of a few tree species of Meghalaya as
related to disturbance, In: Proceedings
of the Environment conservation and wasteland development in Meghalaya
.
Editors: A. Gupta and D.C. Dhar Meghalaya Science Society, Shillong. pp.
59-65.





32. 




Khan M. L., Tripathi R.S. and Tiwari B.K. 1992. Survival of trees under afforestation programme in Mizoram.
Regional Centre National Afforestation and Eco-Development Board,
North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong.





33. 




Tripathi R.S., Tiwari B.K. and Khan M. L. 1991. Survival
of trees in social forestry plantations of Meghalaya
.Regional Centre
National Afforestation and Eco-Development Board, North-Eastern Hill
University, Shillong.




 

 

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