List of Publications

 

1.                  
V. Seshavatharam 
&  P.Venu 1981. Some
observations on the ecology of Kolleru lake. Jour. Ecol. Environ. Sci. 7: 35–44.             

 

2.                  
V. Seshavatharam & P. Venu 1981. Mineral
accumulation by two submerged aquatic weeds of Lake Kondakarla. Proc. 8th Asian Pacific weed
Sci. Soc. Conf.
329–333.

 

3.                  
V. Seshavatharam & P. Venu 1982. An
ecological study of the vegetation of Kolleru Lake. Bull. Bot. Surv. Ind. 24: 70–75.

 

4.                  
P. Venu 1984. Indicator and functional role of
phytoplankton in the effluents of Rangpo distillaries of Sikkim Himalayas. Phykos 28 (1&2): 38–44.

 

5.                  
P. Venu & V. Seshavatharam 1984. Dry matter
production and chlorophyll content of two submerged weeds of Lake Kondakarla. Proc. Indian Natn. Sci. Acad. B 50 (2):
188-195.

 

6.                  
P. Venu & V. Seshavatharam 1984.
Phytoplankton production in relation to Physico-chemical conditions in Lake
Kondakarla. Proc. Indian Natn. Sci. Acad.
B 50 (6): 588-595.

 

7.                  
P. Venu & Virendra Kumar 1985.
Physico-chemical conditions and Phytoplankton production in river Tista and its
tributaries in Sikkim Himalayas. Acta
Botanica Indica
13: 158-164.

 

8.                  
P. Venu & Virendra Kumar 1985. Studies on
foliar analysis in relation to growth in Pinus
petula
in Sikkim Himalayas. Acta
Botanica Indica
13: 184-190.

 

9.                  
V. Seshavatharam & P. Venu 1986. Primary
production in three fresh water bodies of Andhra Pradesh. Phykos 25 (1&2): 68-74.

 

10.              
P. Venu & V. Seshavatharam 1988. Primary
Production, Chlorophyll content and Energy values in two aquatic weeds of Lake
Kondakarla. Jour. Ind. Bot. Soc. 11(2): 210-219.

 

11.              
P. Venu & V. 
Seshavatharam 1988. Energy values of four aquatic weeds of Lake
Kondakarla. Acta Botanica Indica
16(2): 119-121.

 

12.              
P. Venu & V. Seshavatharam 1989. Nutrient
accumulation of two floating leaved macrophytes in Lake Kondakarla. Acta Botanica Indica 17: 12-20.

 

13.              
P. Venu, M.K.Bhasin & Virendra Kumar 1990.
Human activitiy and its impact on vegetation: a case study in Sikkim Himalayas.
Jour. Human Ecol. 1(1): 27-38.

 

14.              
P. Venu, 
M.K. Bhasin & Virendra Kumar 1990. Limnological survey of water
bodies of Sikkim Himalayas, India. Jour.
Human. Ecol.
1(2): 141- 167.

 

15.              
P. Venu, M.K. Bhasin, & Virendra Kumar 1990.
A study of limitations and potentialities of people, forests and agriculture in
the ecodevelopment of Sikkim Himalayas, India. Jour. Human Ecol. 1(3): 249-256.

 

16.              
M. P. Nayar & P. Venu 1990. Problems and
prospects of botanial methods of mineral exploration with reference to India-
an appraisal. Bull. Bot. Surv. Ind.
32 (1-4): 28-42.

 

17.              
R. Rajan & P. Venu 1990. Pondicherry- in Floristic diversity and conservation
strategies in India
3: 1343-1360. (ed. by V. Mudgal and P.K. Hajra).
Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata.

 

18.              
P. Venu & Gyan Chand 1991. Indicator plant
species for copper. GSI News 18:

 

19.              
P. Venu & Gyan Chand 1993.Vegetation as a
guide to copper gradient. GSI News 24
(1):

 

20.              
Gyan Chand & P. Venu 1994.  A study on plant communities in relation to
copper mineralisation around Rakha mines, Singhbhum copper belt, Bihar. Jour. Geol. Soc. Ind. 44: 663-670.

 

21.              
P.  Venu
1994.Wetland plant resources for conservation. ENVIS News letter 1: 2-3.

 

22.              
P.  Venu
1994. Biodiversity of Floodplain wetlands in Eastern India. Presented in a
Seminar on Floodplain Wetlands organized by British Council, Calcutta and
Botanical Survey of India, Calcutta.

 

23.              
P. Venu & P.K. Hazra 1995. Some aspects on
diversity and utilization of aquatic macrophytes from flood plain wetlands of
India. submitted in the International Conference on Wetlands and Development
held in Selangor, Malaysia

 

24.              
P. Venu 1995. EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment)
and Flora. Some considerations presented in EIA Workshop, Zoological Survey of
India, Calcutta.

 

25.               
P. Venu & P.K. Hazra 1995. Studies on aquatic
macrophytic production in two important lakes of Andhra Pradesh, India. In the
Proceedings on 6th International Conference on the Conservation and management
of lakes, Lake Kasumigaura ‘95. Tsukuba and Tsuchiura cities, Japan 1: 215-219.

 

26.               
P. Venu & Gyan Chand 1996. Biogeochemical
studies in some copper rich areas of Singhbhum Copper Belt, Bihar, India. Jour. Geol. Soc. Ind.  48: 439-447.

 

27.               
 G.V.S.
Murthy, P. Venu & M. Sanjappa 1996. Physiography in Flora of India: Introductory Volume Part I. 1-15.

 

28.               
 P. Venu,
G.V.S. Murthy & M. Sanjappa 1996. Geology in Flora of India: Introductory Volume Part I. 16-40.

 

29.               
G.V.S. Murthy, P. Venu & M. Sanjappa 1996. Climate in Flora of India: Introductory Volume Part I. 41-52.

 

30.               
P. Venu 1998. A review of floristic diversity
inventory and monitoring methodology in India. Proc. Indian Natnl. Sci. Acad. B 64 (5&6): 281-292.

 

31.               
S.R. Srinivasan & P. Venu 1998. Floral Status
of Rajeev Gandhi Wild-life Sancturary (tiger reserve), Andhra Pradesh; in: Plant diversity in Tiger reserves of India
(ed. by Hazra et al.) 97-100.

 

32.               
P. Venu 1999. Environmental Impact Assessment:
Some considerations on evaluation of flora – An overview. Proc. Indian Natnl. Sci. Acad. B 65 (5): 257-274.

 

33.               
P. Daniel, P. Venu, S.A. Muthukumar, G.J.
Thiyagaraj & C.P. Malathi 2000. A taxonomic reassessment of the genus Polycarpaea Lam. (Caryophyllaceae) in
India. J. Swamy Bot. Cl. 17: 3-12.  

 

34.               
P. Venu & P. Daniel 2000. The identity and
distribution of Leucas wightiana
Benth. (Lamiaceae) J. Swamy Bot. Cl. 17:
69-74.      

 

35.               
P. Venu, S.A. Muthukumar & P. Daniel 2001. Polycarpaea majumdariana (Caryophyllaceae)- a new species from Tamil
Nadu, India. Nord. Jour. Botany
21(6): 577-579.

 

36.               
P. Venu, T.J.S. Rajkumar & P. Daniel 2001.
Overlooked variation in Phyllanthes
polyphyllus
(Euphorbiaceae). J. Swamy
Bot. Cl.
18: 9-14.

 

37.               
P. Venu & M. Sanjappa  2001. Forests- in Ecosystems of India (ed. J.R.B. Alfred, A.K. Das & A.K.
Sanyal), Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata, 123-147.

 

38.               
P.  Venu
& P. Daniel 2002. Wetlands; in: Singh, N.P. & Singh, K.P. – in Floristic diversity and conservation
strategies in India
4:  2933 – 2981.
Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata.

 

39.               
P.  Venu 
2002. Some conceptual and practical issues in taxonomic research. Curr. Sci. 82(8): 1-10.

 

40.               
P. Venu &
P. Daniel 2002. Capsule dimorphism in Justicia
glauca
Rottler (Acanthaceae) Rheedea
12(2): 101-105.      

41.               
P. Venu, T.J.S. Rajkumar & P. Daniel  2003. On the identity of and sterility in Nymphaea rubra Roxb. ex Andrews (Nymphaeaceae) Rheedea 13: 29-34.

 

42.               
P. Venu & P. Daniel 2003. Is Hemigraphis venosa C.B. Clarke
(Acanthaceae) extinct? Bull. Bot. Surv. India 45: 91-96.

43.              
P. Venu & P. Daniel 2003. What is Kanjarum palghatense Ramam.?
(Acanthaceae)? Bull. Bot. Surv. India 45: 97-104. 2003.

 

44.              
P. Venu & P. Daniel 2003. How distinct is Strobilanthes pushpangadanii E. S. S.
Kumar & al. from S. lawsoni Gamble
(Acanthaceae)? Bull. Bot. Surv. India. 45: 105-110.   

 

45.              
P. Venu & P.
Daniel 2005. Strobilanthes
circarensis
Gamble, a synonym of S. pulneyensis C.B. Clarke (Acanthaceae) Bull. Bot. Surv. India 47: 87-92.

 

46.              
M. Sanjappa & P. Venu 2005. A book review on
MAKHANA by R. K. Mishra, Vidyanath Jha & P.V. Dehadri IARI, New Delhi; Bull. Bot. Surv. India 47: 201-202.  

 

47.              
M. Sanjappa, P. Venu & Dinesh Albertson 2005.
Sasya Bharathi (Dakshinamnaya) A Database on Plants of South India” by K. N.
Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK,
Bangalore- 560 065. Curr. Sci. 88
(5): 825 & 826.

 

48.              
N. P. Balakrishnan & P. Venu  2005. Nymphaeaceae; Flora of Kerala 1: 198-203.

 

49.              
K. Ramamurthy & P. Venu  2005. Celastraceae; Flora of Kerala 1: 695-722.

 

50.              
P. Venu, W. Arisdason, C.R. Magesh & T.
Satyananda Murthy 2006. Brownlowia tersa (L.). Kosterm. (Tiliaceae) –
its taxonomy and distribution in India. Rheedea
16(2): 111-114. 

 

51.              
P. Venu 2006. Botanical Survey of India opens a
new circle in Hyderabad (under News and notices) Bull. Bot. Surv. India 48 (1-4): 
223-224.

 

52.              
P. Venu & W. Dinesh Albertson 2006. The
identity of Stenosiphonium wightii Bremek. (Acanthaceae).
Bull. Bot. Surv. India.
48: 211-216.

 

53.              
M. Sanjappa & P. Venu 2006.
Information sharing and plant diversity conservation and management in
“Perspectives on Biodiversity- A vision for Megadiverse countries.(Eds: D.D.
Verma, Sujatha Arora & R.K. Rai) 259-269. MoEF, New Delhi.

 

54.              
W. Arisdason, C.R. Magesh, W. Dinesh Albertson
& P. Venu 2008. Mangroves of Andhra Pradesh: Taxonomy, Rarity and
Conservation. Proc.  Andhra Pradesh Akademi Sci. Hyderabad; 12
(1&2): 193-202. 

 

55.              
W. Arisdason, C.R. Magesh & P. Venu 2008. The
genus Xylocarpus J. König (Meliaceae) in India; Rheedea 18(1): 43-52.

 

56.              
M. Sanjappa, P. Venu & W. Dinesh Albertson
2008. Materials for developing Database in Taxonomic Research-A Review.  Proc.
Indian Natnl. Sci. Acad.
74: 27-38.

 

57.              
M. Sanjappa & P. Venu  2008. A
book review: Legumes in India- applications in food, medicine and industry by
Miss Mamatha Rao, published by Anne Books India, New Delhi.  Bull. Bot Surv. India 50: 216-217.

 

58.              
M.
Sanjappa & P. Venu 2009. Floral wealth In SAARC Nations-Problems and
Prospectus, A Synopsis.

 

59.              
P. Venu, P.V. Prasanna & R.C. Srivastav  2009. Plant diversity in Andhra Pradesh &
Orissa- tasks ahead for Botanical Survey of India submitted for ensuing
conference on Biodiversity to be conducted in BSI, Head quarters, Kolkata

 

60.              
M. Sanjappa, P. Venu
& P.V. Prasanna 2010.
BSI Contribution to Floral Documentation and
Conservation.  Curr. Sci.  99 (4):  418-419. 

 

61.              
M. Sanjappa & P. Venu 2010. A Review on the book titled ‘PLANTS affecting HUMAN MIND (Psychoactive
Plants) by Dr. S. K. Jain by Deep Publications, Delhi. Nelumbo 51: 255.

 

62.              
M. Sanjappa & P. Venu 2010. A Review on ‘Supplement to Flora of Andhra Pradesh India’ by C. Sudhakar
Reddy, K.N. Reddy, Vatsavaya S. Raju published by Deep Publications, New Delhi,
2008. Nelumbo 51: 256.

 

63.              
M. Sanjappa, P. Venu, W. Arisdason & Dinesh
Albertson 2011. A review of mangrove species in India. In: Towards conservation
and management of Indian mangroves. 35-52. MoEF, Govt. of India. New Delhi.

 

64.              
M. Venkat
Ramana, P.V. Prasanna, P. Venu & Avishek Bhattacharjee  2011. Some critical notes on Leonotis nepetifolia (L.) R. Br. var. africana (P. Beauv.) J.K. Morton
(Lamiaceae).
Taiwania 56(3): 
254 – 256.

 

65.              
M. Venkat
Ramana, P.V. Prasanna & P. Venu 2011. Hybanthus
stellarioides
(Domin) P.I. Forst. 
(Violaceae), A New Record for India
Rheedea 21(1): 10-12.

 

66.              
P.
Venu & M. Sanjappa 2011.The impact factor and taxonomy. Curr.
Sci.
 101(11): 1397.

 

67.              
P. Venu Botanical Survey of India, Its
History and Evolution in the context of Floral Documentation and Conservation;
presented at Calcutta university


 

68.              
P. Venu
Science Research in Governmental Institutions


 
69.              
P.
Venu & Paramjit Singh 2011. A review on the book “Towards conservation and
Management of Mangrove ecosystems in India”. Bhatt, J.R., Macintosh, D.J.,
Nayar, T.S., Pandey, C.N. & B.P. Nilratna (eds), St. Joseph’s Press,
Thiruvananthapuram; Produced by Mangroves for the future (MFF) India, New
Delhi. Nelumbo 52: 236-237.


 
70.              
P. Lakshmi Narasimhamam & P. Venu 2012. People Working with Botanical
Collections and Convention on Biological Diversity. Phytotaxonomy

 

71.              
M. Venkat Ramana, P. Venu & M. Sanjappa
2012. The Rediscovery of Polyalthia
crassa R. Parker (Annonaceae) from Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Rheedea 22(1): 5-8.

 

72.              
Anant
Kumar, Avishek Bhattacharjee & P. Venu 2012.
On the distribution of Zeuxine lindleyana, an endemic orchid of India   Richardiana 12(4):  194-200.

 
 

73.              
M. Venkat 
Ramana, P.V. Prasanna  &  P. Venu  2012. Ledebouria  hyderabadensis (Asparagaceae),  a new species from India Kew Bulletin 67 (3): 1-4.

 

74.              
M. Sanjappa & P. Venu 2012. A Book review on Plant Taxonomy Past, Present and
Future, Edited by Rajni Gupta, Tata Energy Research Institute, TERI Press, New
Delhi-110 003
Curr. Sci. 103(6): 2012.

 

75.              
Suman Halder & P. Venu 2012. The taxonomy and
report of flowering in Lemna L. (Lemnaceae) in India
Curr.
Sci.
102(12). 1629 -1632.

 

76.                  
M.
Venkat ramana, P.Venu & M. Sanjappa 2012. 
An imperfectly known Cleidion
nitidum (mull.arg.) Thwaites ex Kurz (Euphorbiaceae) from Andaman & Nicobar
islands, India.
 Nelumbo 54: 1-5.

 

77.                  
C.R.
Magesh, P. Lakshminarasimhan and P. Venu 2012 
New plant records for Jharkhand ZOO’s
PRINT
27(5): 24-25.

 

78.              
Suman
haldar & P. Venu 2013.
Lemna landoltii 
sp. nov. (Lemnaceae) from India. Taiwania 58(1):12-14.

 

79.              
Halder,
S., A. Kumar, V. Ranjan & P. Venu 2013.
A New species of Fimbristylis from
Buxa Wildlife Sanctuary, West Bengal, India  Kew
Bulletin
(accepted)

 

80.              
M.K. Pathak & P.
Venu 2013. Taxonomic and Nomenclatural notes on two species of Cleidiocarpon
Airy Shaw (Euphorbiaceae)” Japanese
Journal of Botany
88 (4): 216-221.

 

81.              
P.Venu & Vinaya ranjan 2013. Achyarya
Jagadesh Bose Indian Botanic Garden- Howrah. Nelumbo (special issue; in press)

 

82.              
Suman Haldar & P. Venu 2013. The distinctive Typha angustifolia L. ignored in
Indian floras! Rheedea
(communicated)

 

83.              
Suman
Halder, P. Venu & P. Daniel 2013.  Lectotypification of Typha angustifolia L.(Typhaceae) Taxon
(accepted)

 

84.              
Anant Kumar, Avishek Bhattacharjee &
P. Venu 2013.
Zeuxine reflexa (Orchidaceae)- a report on its occurrence and
conservation status from India Richordiana
284-294.

 

85.              
S. Bandyopadhyay, Gopal Krishna & P. Venu 2013. Names of new taxa published and types deposited – A
case study. Nelumbo
(communicated)

 

86.              
S. Bandyopadhyay, Gopal Krishna & P. Venu 2013. Names of new taxa published and types deposited –
second case study.  Rheedea  
(communicated) 

 

 

Technical
reports
:

v  Ecology and Weed Biology of Kolleru Lake. CSIR Project Report, Andhra
University, Waltair, 1978.

v  Limnological studies on Kondakarla Lake- A fresh water body near
Visakhapatnam. UGC Project Report, Andhra University, Waltair, 1982.

v  Impact of Human Activities on Ecosystems and vice
versa with special reference to Sikkim Himalayas. MAB Project Report,
University of Delhi, Delhi, 1984.

v  Interim Report on ‘Geobotanical and biogeochemical exploration in
Singhbhum copper belt, Singhbhum District, Bihar. Botanical Survey of India,
Calcutta, 1990.

v  Final report on ‘Geobotanical and biogeochemical Investigations in
Singhbhum copper belt, Singhbhum District, Bihar. Botanical Survey of India,
Calcutta, 1996.

v  Status Assessment of some medicinal plants of South India, Coimbatore,
1998.
 

v  Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) studies of Hogenakkal water
supply and drainage project, 2000.

v 
Environmental Impact Assessment of iron ore
mining in Rawghat iron ore deposit area – Kanker and Bastar districts,
Chhattisgarh.

v  Studies
on ‘The Mangroves of Krishna and Godavari Estuaries’ submitted Final project
report.

v  Flora
of Nellore district, Andhra Pradesh, India.

 

 List of Books Published
 

1.      
Geobotany and Biogeochemistry. An orientation study in Singhbhum copper
belt, Bihar. Botanical Survey of India, Calcutta, 1997.

 

2.      
Strobilanthes Blume in Peninsular India, Botanical Survey of India,
Kolkata.
St. Joseph’s Press, Thiruvananthapuram, 2005

 

3.      
Trees of
Hyderabad. Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata, 2012.

 
Book assisted
in editing

4. Flora of
Kerala Volume I St.
Joseph’s Press, Thiruvananthapuram, 2005


 

P. Venu
Scientist ‘F’
Botanical Survey of India
Deccan Regional Center
Hyderabad -500048 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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