Paper Presentation:

 

  i.      “Flora
of Madhaulia Forest-Dicotyledons (Ranunculaceae-Tiliaceae) and Asteraceae of
Gorakhpur” during Symposium at Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.

 

ii.     
“Vegetational composition of Nagdev, Pauri Garhwal” at
ISCA, New Delhi, 1986.

 

iii.     
Phenological observation of some woody angiosperms of
Pauri Garhwal” at ISCA, Bangalore, 1987.

 

iv.     
“Flora, vegetation and plant resources of Khirsu
protected reserve in Pauri Garhwal district” at ISCA, Pune, 1988.

 

v.     
“Interesting wild ornamental plant of Pauri Garhwal”
at ISCA, Cochin, 1990.

 

vi.     
“Less known wild edible plants of Shevoroy & Kolli
hills of South India” at IVth International Congress of Ethnobiology, NBRI,
Lucknow, 1994.

 

vii.     
Crotalaria
L. of Salem District, Tamil Nadu” at ISCA, Kolkata, 1995.

 

viii.     
“Taxonomic studies on the genus Crotalaria L. in India” at NBRI, Lucknow, 1998.

 

ix.     
“Taxonomic revision of Genus Crotalaria L. (Sections Arenariae
& Diffusae) at ISCA, Pune, 2000.

 

x.     
Taxonomic revision of genus Crotalaria L. in India (Section Alatae
Benth.) 70
th Session NASI, Allahabad, 2000.

 

xi.     
Taxonomic revision of genus Crotalaria L. in India (Section Calycinae
Benth.) at ISCA, New Delhi, 2001.

 

xii.     
Taxonomic Revision of the genus Crotalaria L. in India (Section Eriocarpae
Benth.) at the IAAT Seminar at BSI, NRC, Dehra Dun.

 

xiii.     
Tribe Crotalariae
 
 in West Bengal  at 14th 
IAAT , Thiruvananthapuram.

 

xiv.     
Wild Asteraceous species of Indian Botanic Garden at
the National Seminar of APT.

 

xv.     
Families Brachycaulaceae
& Rosaceae in Sikkim at the
Seminar BOTSYM- 2008 at N.B.U., Siliguri.

 

xvi.     
Plant Exploration in Sikkim Himalaya and its diversity
with emphasis on Rosaceous Flora at XIXth IAAT, Lucknow.

 

xvii.     
Plant Diversity in Sikkim Himalaya at National
Conference, U.P. College, Varanasi.

 

xviii.     
Wetlands of Uttar Pradesh with special reference to
Eastern regions – Diversity and Conservation at National Conference at DDU
Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.

 

xix.     
Diversity & Management of Invasive Allien Flora of
Uttar Pradesh at the workshop held at ISD College, Allahabad.

 

Publications:  

i.                   
Books : 3

a.      
A. A. Ansari (2006) Flora
&Vegetation of Madhaulia Forest,
Gorakhpur (152 pages)

b.     
A. A. Ansari (2008) Crotalaria L.in India (xii,
376 pages)

c.      
A. A. Ansari (2014) Rosaceae of Sikkim (xi,
392 pages)

ii.                 
Papers published : 279

a.      
Contribution for books – 19 (Hindi-8)

b.     
Papers – 197 (Hindi-45)

c.      
Abstracts – 63

iii.               
Papers communicated       :
05

iv.               
Papers accepted : 02                    

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 

AS
INDEPENDENT AUTHOR:

 

1.     
ANSARI, A.A. 1984(a) Vegetation Analysis of Madhaulia
Forest, Gorakhpur-Emphasis to Special habitats. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 5(4) 894-903. (Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

2.     
—————— 1984 (b) Cotula australis (Sieb. ex Spreng.) Hook.f. – New distributional
record. Ibid. 5(4): 915-916. (Part of
Ph. D. Thesis).

 

3.     
——————– 1986. Flora of Madhaulia Forest,
Gorakhpur (U.P.) Dicotyledons-Checklist-I. Ibid.
98(2): 329-337. (Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

4.     
——————– 1989. Phenological aspect of
Madhaulia Forest, Gorakhpur. The Indian
Forester
115(4): 250-257. (Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

5.     
——————– 1990. Red Data Sheets of rare and
endangered Angiospermic species of peninsular India. In Red Data Book of Indian Plants (ed. M.P. Nayar & A.R.K. Sastry)
Vol. III. 16, 17, 21, 107, 128, 129, 141, 178, 180, 181, 207, 208, 210-211.

 

6.     
——————– 1990. Extended distribution of an
endemic monotypic genus Wagatea Dalz.
J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 14(3): 746.
(Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

7.     
——————– 1991. Critical notes on the genus
Crotalaria L. IV. (a) Higher plants
of Indian subcontinent Vol. II. 33-40. (Addl. Ser. of Indian J. Forestry No. V).

 

8.     
——————– 1991. Notes on geographical range
of Hemigraphis hirta (Vahl.) T.
Anderson. Ibid II. 43 – 44 (Part of
Ph.D. Thesis).

 

9.     
——————– 1991. Critical notes on the genus
Crotalaria L. IV (b) – Taxonomic
Status of a few taxa. J. Econ. Taxon.
Bot.
15(2): 455-456.

 

10.  ——————-
1991. Ethnobotanical notes on some plants of Khirsu, Pauri Garhwal, U.P. Ethnobotany 3: 105-106.

 

11.  ——————–
1991. Role of Biosphere Reserve in Environmental protection. In EPPCONEWS.
Patna.

 

12.  ——————–
1992. Role of Botanical Garden – A case study of National Orchidarium and
Experimental Garden, Yercaud. T.N. In Souvenir of 16
th Flower Show
of Pondicherry.

 

13.  ——————–
1992. Crotalaria longipes Wight &
Arn. – An endemic and endangered plant from Kolli hills. Indian J. Forestry 15(1): 81-82.

 

14.  ——————–
1992. Rare and endangered species of the genus Crotalaria L. in India. J.
Econ. Taxon. Bot.
16(1): 161-165.

 

15.  ——————–
1992. Cnidium monnieri (L.)
Cusson-notes on its occurrence in India. Ibid.
16(1): 232-233.

 

16.  ——————–
1992. Crotalaria priestleyoides
Benth. ex Baker-A rare plant from Shevoroy hills. Ibid. 16(2): 339-340.

 

17.  ——————–
1992. Ethnobotany of Urtica ardens
Link (Urticaceae). Ibid. 16(2):
391-392.

 

18.  ——————–
1993. Threatened medicinal plants from Madhaulia Forest of Gorakhpur. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 17(1): 241.

 

19.        ——————– 1993. Crotalaria venusta Wall. ex Ansari
(Leguminosae) – A new species from Burma.
Kew Bull.
42(4): 755-756.

 

20.   ——————– 1995. Crotalaria acicularis Buch. –Ham. ex
Benth. 
(Leguminosae)
– A new   record for Andamans. Indian J. Forestry 19(1): 93-94.

 

21.       ——————– 1995. Flora of
Madhaulia Forest-IV-Monocotyledons (Poaceae) in Higher plants of Indian
sub-continent, an Additional Series of Indian
J. Forestry
Vol. V: 197-216. (Published March, 1996).

 

22.  ——————–
1995. National Orchidarium and Experimental Garden, Yercaud, South India J. Orchid. Soc. Ind. 9(1-2): 43-44.
(Published Nov. 1996).

 

23.  ————————-
1996. Flora of Madhaulia Forest, Gorakhpur U.P. – Checklist-II J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 20(1): 149-166.

 

24.  ——————–
1997. Conservation of Medicinal plants-A case study of Madhaulia Forest, Gorakhpur.
In Souvenir. The Living World Society, Gorakhpur.

 

25.  ——————–
1997. Crotalaria L. of Salem
District, Tamil Nadu. J. Liv-World
4(2): 20-22. (Published March-April, 1998).

 

26.  ——————–
1997. Medicinal Plants of Madhaulia Forest of Gorakhpur. J. Non-Timber Forest Products. Vol. 4(3/4): 138-150. (Published
April, 1998).

 

27.  ——————–
1997. Seasonal aspects of Asteraceous Flora of Pauri Garhwal. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 21(3): 619-624.
(Published March-April, 1998).

 

28.  ——————–
1997. Less known wild edible plants of Shevoroy & Kolli hills of South
India In: Contribution to Indian
Ethnobotany
3
rd Ed. (ed. S.K. Jain): 243-247.

 

29.  ——————–
1998. Wild Edible Plants of Madhaulia Forest, Gorakhpur, U.P. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 22(1): 367-370.

 

30.  ——————–
2000. Fodder Plants of Madhaulia Forest of Gorakhpur. Proc. Nat. Seminar of
Integrated Management of Plant Resources (ed. Rai, M.K., A. Varma & Rajak,
R.C.): 133-136.

 

31.  ——————-
2000. Flora of Madhaulia Forest-III – Monocotyledons (Cyperaceae). Higher Plants of Indian Sub-continent IX: 131-145.
(Addl. Series of Indian J. Forestry No.
XI
), BSMPS, Dehradun.

 

32.  ——————
2000. Flora of Madhaulia Forest – IV. Dicotyledons (Ranunculaceae – Tiliaceae).
Higher Plants of Indian Sub-continent IX:
147-167. (Addl. Series of Indian J.
Forestry No. XI
), BSMPS, Dehradun.

 

33.  ——————–
2002. Taxonomic Studies on the Genus Crotalaria
L. in India. In: Advances in Legume
Research in India,
157-169. (ed. R.R. Rao & L.B. Chaudhary), Bishen
Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Den.

 

34.  ——————-
2002. Less known Medicinal Plants of Salem Distirct of Tamil Nadu. In: V. K.
Singh et. al. ed. Recent Progress in
Medicinal Plants-Ethnomedicine and Pharmacognosy.
7(2): 121-125. SCH TECH
Pub., USA.

                                          

35.  ——————-2004. Crotalaria shevaroyensis Gamble –An endemic
and ornamental plant.  ENVIS Newsletter, BSI, Kolkata. Vol. 9, page
14.

 

36.  ——————–2006.Taxonomic
Studies on the genus Crotalaria L. in
India – II: Infrageneric Classification
J. Econ. Taxon. Bot.
 30 (3): 570 –
582. 
 

 

37.  ——————–2007.
Coluria R.Br. (Rosaceae) – A New
Generic Record for India. Indian J. Forestry.
30(1): 121-122.

 

38.  ——————–2007.
The Family Rosaceae in Sikkim-Diversity and Distribution: an Appraisal-I. Pleione.1 (2): 38-45. East Himalayan Society for Spermatophytic
Taxonomy
, North Bengal University,Siliguri.

 

39.  ANSARI,
A.A. 2008. Padus cornuta (Wall. ex
Royle) Carr. var. integrifolia (Ghora
& Panigrahi) Ansari (Rosaceae)-  A
new combination. Indian J. Forestry 31(2):
321.

 

40.  —————-
2008. in K.K. Bhutani (ed.),
Herbal
Wealth of North East India: A Pictorial Guide. NIPER, Punjab, pages 1-400
(Contribution for book).

 

41.  —————
2008 in K.K. Bhutani (ed.)
Herbal
Wealth of North East India, Data and Appraisal, NIPER, Punjab, pages 1-188.
(Contribution for book).

 

42.  —————-
2008 (Published 2009). Lindera
cercidifolia
Hemsl. (Lauraceae) A new record for India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 50(1-4): 156.

 

43.  —————-
2012. Spiraea zabeliana Schneider (Rosaceae) – A new record for Sikkim. Indian
J. Forestry
35(3): 391-392.

 

44.  —————–
2013. Plant Diversity in Sikkim Himalaya with emphasis on Rosaceous Flora    and Conservation Strategies. In Dwivedi N. (ed.),
Environmental Problem and Plant,
pages

      18-46, U.P. College, Varanasi.

 

 

AS SENIOR AUTHOR:

 

1.     
ANSARI, A.A. & SINGH, S.K. 1978. Flora of
Madhaulia Forest-I Monocotyledons (Hydrochari
taceae-Smilacaeeae). Bull. Bot. Soc. Bengal 32:
18-22. (Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

2.     
——————&——————- 1978.
Economic plants of Madhaulia Forest, Gorakhpur. The Botanique IX (1-4): 185-192. Published December, 1980. (Part of
Ph.D. Thesis).

 

3.     
—————— &——————- 1981. Phytosociological
studies of Madhaulia Forest of Gorakhpur. Indian
J. Botany
4 (1): 83-90. (Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

4.     
—————— & ——————- 1979.
Biological spectrum of Madhaulia Forest of Gorakhpur. Indian. J. Forestry 2 (2): 155-157. (Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

5.     
——————- 1981. Flora of Madhaulia
Forest-Monocotyledons II (Pontederiaceae-Erioaulaceae). Bull. Bot. Soc. Bengal 35 (1): 57-62 (Published January, 1984)
(Part of Ph.D. Thesis.)

 

6.     
——————- & NAND, G. 1985. Some
important Medicinal Plants of Pauri Garhwal. Himalayan Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin. 2(1): 42-44.

 

7.     
—————— & —————– 1986. Cymbidium macrorhizon Lindl. – A rare
orchid from Pauri Garhwal. Indian J.
Forestry
9 (4): 358.

 

8.     
—————-, SINGH, S.K. & DIXIT, S.N. 1987.
Seasonal aspects of Asteraceous Flora of Gorakhpur District. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 9(2): 343-349.

 

9.     
—————- & THOTHATHRI, K. 1987. Red Data
Sheets of rare and endangered species of the genus Crotalaria L. in India. In Red
Data Book of Indian Plants
(ed. M.P. Nayar & A.R.K. Sastry) Vol. I. 147-159.

 

10.  —————-
& NAND, G. 1987. Little known economic plants of Pauri Garhwal. Indian J.
Forestry 10(4) 316-317.

 

11.  —————–&
BHADOLA, G.N. Phenological observation of some woody angiosperms of Pauri
Garhwal. Ibid. 12(1): 21-24.

 

12.  ————–
& THOTHATHRI, K. 1988. Red Data Sheets of rare and endangered species of
the genus Crotalaria L. in India. In Red Data Book of Indian Plants (ed. M.P.
Nayar & A.R.K. Sastry) Vol. 2: 109-118.

 

13.  ANSARI,
A.A. & THOTHATHRI, K.  1986. Critical
notes on the genus Crotalaria L. III.
J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 6 (3): 44 – 745.

 

14.  ————–
& NEGI, P.S. 1990. Biosphere Reserve -Protection of genetic resources and
endangered species. – A case study of Garhwal Himalaya with emphasis on Flora
in Himalayan Environmental Problem. ed.
S.R. Chandha,  Ashis Publishing House,
New Delhi, Pages 119-128.

 

15.  —————
& DWARAKAN, P. 1990. Lilium
wallichianum
Schultes f. var. neilgherrense
(Wight) H. Hara – A rare plant from Shevaroy hills. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 14 (3) :  615-616.

 

16.  —————
& DWARAKAN, P. 1992. Papilionanthe
teres
(Roxb.) Schltr. – A new record for Tamil Nadu with notes on its
cultivation. Indian J. Forestry 15(2):
185-187.

 

17.  —————
& ——————- 1992. Wild Ornamentals of Sanyasimalai of Yercaud in
Salem District, Tamil Nadu. In Souvenir
16
th Flower Show of Pondicherry.

 

18.  —————
& VEENA CHANDRA, 1992. Additions in the Flora of Gorakhpur. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 16(1): 155-160.
(Part of Ph.D. Thesis).

 

19.  ————–
, P.G. DIWAKAR & P. DWARAKAN, 1993.
Beautiful
wild plants of Salem District, Tamil Nadu In
Souvenir 17
th Flower Show of Pondicherry. Pages 18-19.

 

20.  —————–
& P. DWARAKAN 1993. Wild Food Plants of Shevaroy and Kolli hills. Ibid. Pages 30-31.

 

21.  —————-
, P.G. DIWAKAR & P. DWARAKAN, 1993.
Field
observations on two orchids from Shevaroy and Kolli hills and their
cultivation. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot.
17(2): 473-476.

 

22.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1993. Vigna vexillata
(L.) A. Rich. – A threatened plant and as new record for Tamil Nadu Carnatic
from Kolli hills. Ibid: 247-248.

 

23.  —————-
& ———————- 1993. Rare/Endangered Orchids in National
Orchidarium, Yercaud. Indian Journal of Bio-Research
21(1): 1-4.

 

24.  —————-
& ———————- 1994. Beautiful Orchids of South India-National
Orchidarium, In Souvenir 18
th
Flower Show of Pondicherry. Pages 10-11.

 

25.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1993. Seed germination study of Crotalaria pallida Ait. at Yercaud. J. LIV. WORLD 1(1): 81-83.

 

26.   ANSARI, A.A., P.G. DIWAKAR & P. DWARAKAN,
1994. Studies on parasitic angiosperms of Shevaroy and Kolli Hills. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 18(2): 297-300.

 

27.  —————–
do —————– 1994. Occurrence of Taeniophyllum
alwisii
Lindl. – A tiny rare and little known orchid from Shevaroy & Kolli
hills of Tamil Nadu. Indian J. Forestry 17(3):
260-261 (published 1995).

 

28.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1995. Luisia abrahamii
Vatsala (Orchidaceae) – A new record for Tamil Nadu, J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. Add. Series No. 11:143-144.

 

29.  —————-
& P.G. DIWAKAR & P. DWARAKAN, 1995.
Conservation
of Orchids – A review on few species of Shevaroy and Kolli hills. Ibid. 73-75.

 

30.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1995. Conservation of Orchids-Cultivation of four
rare/endangered orchids in National Orchidarium & Experimental Garden,
Yercaud, Ibid.: 119-120.

 

31.  —————-
& P.G. DIWAKAR, 1995. Epipogium
roseum
(D. Don.) Lindl – A rare saprophytic orchid and new record from
Salem District. Ibid. : 127-128.

 

32.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1995. Studies on the Orchids of National Orchidarium and
Experimental Garden, Yercaud, Tamil Nadu, Ibid.:
129 – 142.

 

33.  —————-
& P.G. DIWAKAR & P. DWARAKAN, 1995.
Ceropegia fimbriifera Bedd. –
An endemic and vulnerable plant from Shevaroy hills. Indian J. Forestry 18(3): 258-259. (Published March, 1996).

 

34.   —————- & GHANA NAND, 1996. Flora
of Khirsu Protected Reserve, Pauri Garhwal-Checklist. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 20(1): 167-173.

 

35.  —————-
, P.G. DIWAKAR & P. DWARAKAN, 1995.
Two
Interesting Orchids from Southern India. J.
Orchid. Soc. India
9(1-2): 19-21.

 

36.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1995. Conservation of Orchids – Cultivation of four
rare/endemic orchids in National Orchidarium and Experimental Garden, Yercaud.
In Orchids in India ed. J. K. Maheshwari et al. Scientific
Publishers, Jodhpur, Pages 119-120.

 

37.   —————- & P.G. DIWAKAR, 1995. Epipogeum roseum (D. Don) Lindl. – A rare sporophytic orchid and a new record
for Salem District. Ibid.:127-128.

 

38.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1995. Luisia abrahamIi
Vatsala (Orchidaceae) – A new record from Tamil Nadu. Ibid.: 143-144.

 

39.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1995. – Studies on the Orchids of National Orchidarium and
Experimental Garden, Yercaud, Tamil Nadu. Ibid.:
129-142.

 

40.  ANSARI,
A.A., P. DWARAKAN, & P.G. DIWAKAR. 1995. Conservation of Orchids – A review
on few species of Shevoroy and Kolli hills, Ibid.:
73-75.

 

41.  —————-
& GHANA NAND. 1997. Flora of Experimental Botanic Garden, Nagdev, Pauri
Garhwal, Bull. Bot. Surv. India. 35:
77-86.

 

42.  —————-
& ——————– 1997. Wild Ornamentals of Pauri Garhwal. Ibid.: 35: 128-130.

 

43.  —————–,
A. SUBRAMANIAM, B.S., ELANGO & P. DWARAKAN.
1999.
Plant Resources of National Orchidarium and Experimental Garden, Yercaud, South
India. Adv. Pl. Sci. Res. India (ed.
Y.P.S. Pundir) Vol. IX: 49-96.

 

44.  —————-
& R.C. SRIVASTAVA. 2000. Family Malvaceae in Indian Botanic Garden. Advances in Plant Science Research. XI:
75-88. International Book Distribution, Dehra Dun (Published in 2002).

 

45.  ——————
& P. DWARAKAN, 2002 (Published 2004) Studies on Orchids of Shevoroy and
Kolli Hills of South India, Bull. Bot.
Surv. India
44(1 – 4): 1 – 16.

 

46.  ANSARI,
A.A., S.K. SINGH & S.N. DIXIT. 2000. Asteraceae of Gorakhpur District. Higher Plants of India Sub-continent IX: 97-114
(Addl. Series of Indian J. Forestry No.
XI
), BSMPS, Dehradun.

 

47.  ————-
& P. DWARAKAN 2002 (Published 2004) National Orchidarium and Experimental Garden,
Yercaud – terrestrial orchids in cultivation, Ibid.: 44(1-4):17–24.

 

48.  —————-
& S. PANDA. 2004. Wild Asteraceous Species of Indian Botanic Garden. Bull. Bot. Surv. India (Seminar Volume)
46 (1-4):  57-59.

 

49.  ——————–
& A.B.D. Selvam 2005 (Published 2006) Crotalaria
assamica
Benth. – A Wild Ornamental Plant of Restricted Distribution in
India. ENVIS Newsletter Vol. 10 (1 & 2): 15, BSI,
Howrah.

 

50.  ANSARI,
A.A., A.K. PANDA & K.K. BRAHMA. 2009 (2011). Medicinal uses of Flowering
Plants by the Local People of Samdong, East Sikkim: J. Drug Research in Ayurveda & Siddha vol. 30 No. 3-4, pp.
41-48.

 

51.  ANSARI,
ANIS AHMAD, ARJUN PRASAD TIWARI & BHAVANA JOSHI. 2013.Ethnobo

     tanical Plants of Ranipur Wildlife
Sanctuary, Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh. J.
Non-Timber Forest

     Products
20(3): 221-226.

 

52.  ANSARI,
ANIS AHMAD & ARJUN PRASAD TIWARI.2013. Phytodiversity of Ranipur

     Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 37(1): 130-186.

 

53.  ANSARI,
A. A., B.S.ELANGO, A.P.TIWARI & J.K.VAISHYA.2013. Contribution to the

     Exotic Flora of Shevoroy Hills of Tamil
Nadu. J. Non-Timber Forest Products
20(4):295-304

 

54.  ANSARI
A.A. & ARJUN PRASAD TIWARI.2014. Floristic Analysis of Ranipur
Wildlife     Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh. Ibid 21(1):45-52.

 

AS JOINT AUTHOR:

 

1.     
THOTHATHRI, K. & A.A. ANSARI, 1978. Critical notes
on the genus Crotalaria L. – II. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 20(1-4): 179-183.
(Date of publication 31
st December,, 1979).

 

2.     
——————– do ——————–, 1979.
Critical notes on the genus Crotalaria
L. Indian J. Forestry 2(3): 280-283.

 

3.     
DUTTA, ANUKUL & A.A. ANSARI, 1979. Cuscuta campestris Yuncker
(Cuscutaceae) – A new pest of economic crops of India. – Its distribution and
host Record. Bull Bot. Surv. India
21(1-4): 202-203. (Date of publication 16
th February, 1982.)

 

4.     
RAJWAR, C.S. & A.A. ANSARI, 1982. On the identity
of Crotalaria burhia Buch. – Ham. ex
Benth. in the Flora of Dehra Dun. Science
& Culture
48: 111.

 

5.     
NEGI, P.S. & A.A. ANSARI, 1990. Computer
oriented methodology for Forest Resource Development and Utilisation – A case
study of U.P. Himalaya in Himalayan
Environmental Problem
ed. S.K. Chadha, Ashis Publishing House, New Delhi)
Pages 105-118.

 

6.     
HOSAGOUDAR, V.B. & A.A. ANSARI, 1991. Meliola mangiferae Earle – A new record
of fungus for Andamans. J. Andaman Sci.
Assoc
. 7(2): 89-91 (Dec. 1991).

 

7.     
DWARAKAN, P. & A.A. ANSARI, 1992. Ethnobotanical
notes on Valikedupatti and surroundings of kolli malai of Salem District, Tamil
Nadu, J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. Addl. Ser. 10:
495-499.

 

8.     
ALAGESABOOPATHI & A.A. ANSARI, 1993. Abnormal
stages during the development of prothallus of Adiantum capillus L. from Shevoroy hills of Tamil Nadu. J. Pl. Anat. Morph. 6 (2): 184 – 186.

 

9.     
DIWAKAR, P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1995. Flowering
plants of Lonar Lake National Monument-Checklist. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 19(1) 1-8.

 

10.  ———————-
& —————– 1995. Weed Flora of Buldhana district of Maharashtra, Ibid. 19(3): 607-712.

 

11.  DWARAKAN,
P. & A.A. ANSARI, 1996.
Less known uses of plants of Kollimalai (Salem
District, Tamil Nadu) in South India. Ibid.
Additional Series (12): 284-286.

 

12.  PANDEY,
H.S., P. DWARAKAN & A.A. ANSARI, 1996. A new record of Schoenorchis nivea (Lindl.) Schltr. (Orchidaceae) from Kolli hills,
Ibid. 20(3) 697-680.

 

13.  DWARAKAN,
P., P.G. DIWAKAR & A.A. ANSARI, 1997. – Common plants of the Krishna River
Basin. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 21(1):
13-18.

 

14.  DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1997.
Flora of Buldhana District, Maharashtra-Checklist. Ibid. 21(2): 393-410.

 

15.  DWARAKAN,
P., P.G. DIWAKAR & A.A. ANSARI, 1997. Floristic and Vegetational studies of
the Krishna Basin. Higher Plants of India
Sub-continent, VI:
13-152 (Addl. Series of Indian J. Forestry No. VIII), BSMPS, Dehradun.

 

16.  DWARAKAN,
P. & A.A. ANSARI, 1998.
Studies on the fern flora of Kolli hills-Eastern Ghats
of Salem District in Tamil Nadu. J. Liv.
World
. 5(1): 28-33.

 

17.  SILAS,
R.A. & A.A. ANSARI. 1999. Gerbera
maxima
(D. Don) Beauv. – A rare plant rediscovered after a Sanctuary from
Pauri Garhwal with notes on its uses. Ad. Pl. Sc. Res. India Vol. X: 69-70.

 

18.  DWARAKAN,
P. & A.A. ANSARI.
2001. Additions to the Orchids of National Orchidarium
and Experimental Garden, Yercaud, Tamil Nadu. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 25(3): 539-541.

 

19.  DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 2003.
Economic importance of plant resources of Buldhana
District of Maharashtra. J. Econ. Tax.
Bot
. 27(3): 592-600.

 

20.  UPADHYAY,
G.K., A.A. ANSARI & BHARATI BEHERA 2006
Dorstenia contrajerva
L. (Moraceae) – A new Record for India. J. Non Timber Forest Products 13(1): 77
– 79.

 

21.  D.PRADHAN,
A.K.SAHOO & A.A.ANSARI 2006 Selected and Rare Medicinal Plants of SIkkim
Himalaya.  The Orchid, Souvenir 14
th
National Children in Science Congress, Sikkim State Council of Science and
Technology, Gangtok. Pages 37 – 39.

 

22.  CHHETRI,GEETAMANI,T.M.HYNNIEWTA
& A.A.ANSARI.2007. Two New Additions to the Juncaceae of India. Indian J. Forestry. 30 (3): 357-360.

 

23.  SAHOO,
A.K. & A.A.ANSARI 2007.Some Potential Medicinal Plant Resources of Sikkim.
Sovenir. National Training Workshop on Folkmedicine &Local Health Tradition
of Sikkim, Gangtok, pages 29-35.

 

24.  SAHOO,
A.K. & A.A.ANSARI 2007-08. Threatened Orchid ( Satyrium Sw.) in Sikkim Himalaya. ENVIS 1(2): 4- 5, Govt. of
Sikkim, Gangtok.

 

25.  CHHETRI,
GEETAMANI, T.M.HYNNIEWTA & A.A.ANSARI.2007. Rare and Endangered species of Juncus L. (Juncaceae) in North-East
Himalaya. Pleione 1(2): 70-75.

 

26. 
UPADHYAY, G.K, A.A.
ANSARI & B. BEHERA 2006. Dorstenia contrajerva L. (Moraceae): A new
record for India. J Non -Timber Forest Products 13(1): 77 – 79.

 

27. 
PRADHAN, D., A.K.
SAHOO & A.A. ANSARI. 2006. Selected-and rare medicinal plants of Sikkim
Himalaya. Orchid Souvenir, 14th National Children’s Science Congress,
Sikkim. pp. 37-39

 

28.  CHETTRI, GEETAMANI, HYNNIEWTA, T.M. & ANSARI, A.A.
2007.
Rare
and Endangered species of Juncus L.
(Juncaceae) in North –East Himalaya Pleone
1(2): 70–75.

 

29.  CHETTRI, GEETAMANI, HYNNIEWTA, T.M. & ANSARI, A.A.
2007.
Two
New Addition to the Juncaceae of India Indian
J. Forestry
30 (3): 357 – 360.

 

30.  SAHOO,
A.K. & ANSARI, A.A. 2007, Some potential medicinal plants resources of
Sikkim. Souvenir, National Training Workshop on Folk Medicine & Local
Health Tradition of Sikkim, Regional Research Institutes, (Ayurveda) Gangok,
Sikkim, page 29-35.

 

31.  CHHETRI,
GEETAMANI, HYNNIEWTA, T.M. & ANSARI, A.A. 2007 (published  March, 2008) – A new taxon of Juncus L.(Juncaceae)
from Sikkim Himalaya.  Indian J. Forestry 30 (4): 539-541.  

 

32.  SINGH,
AJAI KUMAR, SHALINI SINGH, MEER SRIVASTAVA & A.A. ANSARI. 2008.
Morpho-Taxonomic Studies on seeds and seedling of four narcotic plants of
Varanasi District, Uttar Pradesh. J.
Econ. Taxon. Bot.
32(4): 891-896.

 

33.  MEERA
SRIVASTAVA, AJAI KUMAR SINGH & A. A. ANSARI. 2009.  Cypselar morphological
features of
Blumea (Asteraceae) and their taxonomic
significance.  J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 33(1): 102- 108. 

 

34.  GEETAMANI
CHHETRI, T.M. HYNNIEWTA & A. A. ANSARI.
2009. Critical notes on Juncus rohtangensis Goel & Aswal and its occurrence in Sikkim ibid 33 (1): 78 – 80.

 

35.  AJAI KUMAR SINGH, PRIYANKA SINGH,
YOGINI DEVI & A. A. ANSARI 2009. 
Grass weeds of cultivated fields in South- eastern Uttar Pradesh, ibid 33(1): 81-101.

 

36.  KHOLIA,
B.S. & A.A. ANSARI 2009.
Occurance
of Aleuritopteris tamburii (Hook.)
Ching. in India. Nat. Acad. Sci. Lett. 32
(7 & 8): 227-230.

 

37.  UPADHYAY, GAUTAM KUMAR, A.A.
ANSARI & A.K. DALAI. 2009. Dorstenia
bahiensis
Kotzsch ex Fisch. & C.A. Mey (Moraceae) – First Naturalized
Record for India. Indian J. Forestry 31(3):
479-482.

 

38.  UPADHYAY, G.K. & A.A. ANSARI.
2010. A new variety of Morus macroura (Moraceae)
from Arunachal Pradesh, India Rheedea Vol.
20(1): 44-49.

 

39.  UPADHYAY, G.K. & A.A. ANSARI.
2010. Artocarpus dadah Miq.
(Moraceae) – A new distributional record for India from Andaman Islands. Indian Forester. 136(4): 539-542.  

 

40.  UPADHYAY, GAUTAM KUMAR, SUNIL
KUMAR SRIVASTAVA & ANIS AHMAD ANSARI. 2010. Typification of the name Allaenthus kurzii Hook.f. (Moraceae). Candollea 65(1): 21-22.

 

41.  SAHOO, A.K. & A.A. ANSARI.
2009 (2010) Less known Ethnic uses of plants of South Sikkim. Nelumbo 51: 219-222.

 

42.  UPADHYAY
GAUTAM KUMAR, A.K., S.K. SRIVASTAVA & A.A. ANSARI.
2010. A new locality of Antiaris
taxicaria
subsp. macrophylla (Moraceae) in Andaman Islands, India
with a note on its conservation. J. Jap. Bot. 85: 350-357.

 

43.  TIWARI, ARJUN PRASAD, BHAWANA
JOSHI, & A.A. ANSARI. 2012 Ethnomedicinal uses of some weeds of Uttar
Pradesh, India. Researcher 4(7):
67-72.

 

44.  JOSHI, BHAVANA, A.P. TIWARI, A.A.
ANSARI & KANAK PAL. 2012. Ex-situ conservation
of medicinal plants at G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology,
Pantnagar, Uttarakhand, India. Bioherald 2(1):
83-93.

 

45.  TIWARI, ARJUN PRASAD, BHAVANA
JOSHI & A.A. ANSARI. 2012. Less known Ethnomedicinal uses of some Orchids
by Tribal inhabitants of Amarkantak Plateau, Madhya Pradesh, India. Nature and Science (Nat. Sci.) 10(12):
33-37.  

 

46.  TIWARI, ARJUN PRASAD & A.A.
ANSARI. 2012 (December). Stylosanthes fruticosa (Retz.) Alston
(Fabaceae) – New record for Uttar Pradesh. Indian J. Forestry 35(4):
499-500.

 

47.  JOSHI, BHAVANA, ARJUN PRASAD
TIWARI & A.A. ANSARI. 2013. Contribution to the Wild Vascular Floristic
Diversity of the Campus of G.B. Pant University of Agriculture &
Technology, Pantnagar, Uttrakhand, India. New York Science Journal (N Y
Sci J) 6(1): 124-132.

 

48.  ARJUN PRASAD TIWARI, K.M.PRABHU
KUMAR & A.A.ANSARI.2013.Neuracanthus

Nees
(Acanthacea) – A new generic record for Madhya Pradesh.Indian J. Forestry 36(1):91-95.

 

49.  TIWARI,
ARJUN PRASAD & ANIS AHMAD ANSARI.2013.
Crotalaria clarkei
      Gamble (Fabaceae)
– A new record for Madhya Pradesh.Indian
J. Forestry
36(2):249-252.

 

50.
UPADHYAY, G.K., A.A.ANSARI & A.K. DALAI.2013. Maclura pubescens (Trecul) Z. K. Zhou & M.G.Gilbert (Moraceae) –
A new distributional record for India. Indian
J. Forestry
36 (3):389-391.

 

50.  VAISHYA,
JEETENDRA KUMAR, ANIS AHMAD ANSARI & NAWAL KISHORE DUBEY.2013.Enumeration
of tribe Heliantheae (Asteraceae) in
Indian Flora.Bioherald( Int. J. Biodiversity
& Environment) 3(2):82-86.

 

51.    SAROJ, KANCHAN
SINGH, JEETENDRA KUMAR VAISHYA & ANIS AHMAD ANSARI 2013. Studies on the
current status of free running water around Allahabad with special reference to
the river Ganga and its confluents. Ibid.
3(2):135-138.

 

52.    VAISHYA,
JEETENDRA KUMAR, A.A.ANSARI & N.K.DUBEY.2013-2014. Additions to the Flora
of BHU Campus. PRAJNA, Journal of the
Banaras Hindu University.59 (02):154-157.

 

53.    ———————————————,
ANIS AHMAD ANSARI and NAWAL KISHORE DUBEY.2013. Spilanthes radicans Jacq. (Asteraceae)-A lesser known plant from
Uttar Pradesh. Indian J. Forestry
36(4):509-513.

 

54.    TIWARI,
ARJUN PRASAD & ANIS AHMAD ANSARI.2014.Crotalaria
shuklae
Arjun Prasad Tiwari & Anis Ahmad Ansari (Fabaceae) – a New
Species from India.Taiwania, 59(1): 54-58.

 

55.    TIWARI,
ARJUN PRASAD & A.A.ANSARI. 2013 (April, 2014). Senna hirsute (L.) H.S.Irwin & Barneby (Caesalpiniaceae) – A
new record for Uttar Pradesh. Phytotaxonomy
13:157-158.

 

56.    TIWARI,
ARJUN PRASAD & ANIS AHMAD ANSARI.2014.New record of Angiospermic Taxa for
Chhattisgarh. Indian J. Forestry
37(1):97-102.

 

57.     VAISHYA,
JEETENDRA KUMAR,ANIS AHMAD ANSARI & NAWAL KISHORE DUBEY.2014. Notes on
Parthenium argentatum A. Gray (Asteracea).Indian Journal of Forestry
17(2):237-240.

 

58. TIWARI,ARJUN PRASAD & ANIS AHMAD ANSARI.2014.
Ethnomedicinal Uses of Plants Among The Tribals Of Jashpur District,
Chhattisgarh.Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products. 21(2):137-144.

 

59. SAROJ,KANCHAN SINGH,JEETENDRA KUMAR VAISHYA AND ANIS
AHMAD ANSARI.2014.Environmental impact assessment (EIA)-an
overview.Bioherald(Int.J.Biodiversity & Environment).4(1):43-46.

 

60. VAISHYA,JEETENDRA KUMAR,KANCHAN SINGH SAROJ,B.K.ROY
AND A.A.ANSARI.2014.Electrophoretic SDS-protein profiles variation in seeds of
two species of Senna Mill. and  one species of Cassia L. and their phylogenetic analysis.Ibid.4(1):34-37.

 

61. ——————————————-,ANIS AHMAD
ANSARI AND NAWAL KISHOR DUBEY.2014. Taxonomic status of Xanthium inaquilaterum DC.(Family –Asteraceae).Ibid.4(1):07-09.

 

62. ——————————————-,————————————————————

—————–.2014.
Notes on Tridax trilobata
(Cav.)Hemsl.(Asteraceae).Indian J. Forestry 37(3):295-296.      

       

     63.———————-,———————————–,————————–&SAURABH
       SACHAN.2014.Notes on Synedrella vialis(Less.)A.Gray
(Asteraceae).Ibid 37(3):313-316.

 

     64. JOSHI, BHAVANA, A.A.ANSARI
& A.P.TIWARI.2014.Crotalaria epunctata
Dalz.(Fabaceae) -A new angiospermic record for Uttar Pradesh.Ibid 37(3):359-360.

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS IN
HINDI

 

AS INDEPENDENT AUTHOR:

 

1.     
ANSARI, A.A. 1990. (September) – National Orchidarium
and Experimental Garden, Yercaud from conservation point “Paryavaran”, Ministry of Environment & Forests, New Delhi. pages
10-12.

 

2.     
ANSARI, A.A. 1990. (December)  Conservation of two rare and endangered trees
Ibid.: 23 – 24.

 

3.     
—————— 1992. (September). Paphiopedium druryi, the only South
Indian lady’’s slipper orchid. Ibid.:  53-54.

 

4.     
—————— 1992. (December). Urtica ardens – in Garhwal and Kumaon
Himalayas and its uses. Ibid.: 56-57.

 

5.     
—————— 1993. National Orchidarium and
Experimental Garden, Yercaud. “Vanaspativani”,
Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata.

 

6.     
————– 1993. (June). “Kurinji” – a unique
flower. Paryavaran. ,Pages. 39-40.

 

7.     
—————— 1994. Threatened and beautiful
parasitic plant Balanophora fungosa
subsp. indica. Ibid. MoEF, New Delhi. Pages 15. (Published June, 1995).

 

8.     
ANSARI, A.A. 1994. Unique Orchid, Ibid. Pages 37-38.
(Published December, 1995).

 

9.     
—————— 1995. Orchidarium In  V. Mudgal & P.K. Hajra (ed.) Bharat ki Vanaspati Vividhta” BSI,
Howrah. Pages 493-497. (Published 1996).

 

10.  ——————
1996. (September). Role of fungus in the germination of orchid seed, “Vanaspativani” BSI, Kolkota 7: 34.

 

11.  ——————
1996. (December). Madras Herbarium (MH) – Botanical Survey of India, Southern
Circle, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, “Paryavaran”,
MoEF, New Delhi, Pages 43-46 (Published October, 1997).

 

      12. ANSARI,
A.A. 2003. Conservation of Plant Resources “Vanaspativani
B.S.I. Kolkata.13:5.

 

13. ——————2007.Some interesting
geographical information and vegetation of frozen continent Antarctica,
“Himshikhar”A.G.Office, Gangtok, Sikkim, pages 14-15.

 

14. ——————2007.Characteristics of Pauri Garhwal
Area and conservation of plants by Botanical Survey of India. Ibid,pages 17-18&19(partly).

 

15. ——————2007.Wild beautiful plants of
Pauri Garhwal Ibid, page 19(partly).

 

AS SENIOR AUTHOR:

 

1.     
ANSARI, A.A. & P. VISHWAKARMA, 1989 (December). The
role of tribals in conservation of Environment, “Paryavaran”, Ministry of Environment & Forests, New Delhi,
Pages 14-15.

 

2.     
—————– & P.G. DIWAKAR (December 1992
& March 1993). Cynodon dactylon
Some interesting information, Ibid.:
74-75.

 

3.     
—————- & GHANA NAND BHADOLA, 1994.
Studies on the less known plants of Pauri and Khirsu (Garhwal). In Pashimi Himalay Ki Vanaspativani (ed.
D.K. Singh et al.), Botanical Survey
of India, Dehra Dun, pages 81-83.

 

4.     
—————-, D.S. PANDEY & V. SAMPATH KUMAR,
1995.
Deccan Plateau In V.
Mudgal & P.K. Hajra (ed.)
Bharat Ki
Vanaspati Vividhta
” Botanical Survey of India, Howrah. pages 109-114.
(Published 1996).

 

5.     
—————- & S.L. GUPTA, 1996 (September). Epipogeum roseum – A rare saprophytic
orchid, “Vanaspativani”, Botanical
Survey of India, Kolkata. Pages 7: 6

 

6.     
—————- do —————- 1995 (December) –
An important flowering plant – Crotalaria, “Paryavaran”, Ministry of
Environment & Forests, New Delhi. 8(1): 18-19. (Published October, 1996).

 

7.     
—————- & R.C. SRIVASTAVA, 2000
(September) – Conservation of Phytodiversity of India. “Vanaspativani”, Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata. Vol. 10:
101-103.

 

8.     
—————-, R.C. SRIVASTAVA & H.C. PANDEY,
2002 (September). Conservation of Environment & Plants in Garhwal Himalaya
– A discussion “Ibid. vol.11: 50-51.

 

9.     
—————- & G. S. GIRI, 2004. A unique tree
of palm family – Corypha utan, Ibid. Vol. 13:  77-78.

 

10.  —————-
& A.K. SAHOO. 2007. Dendrobium chrysanthum
– beautiful orchid of Sikkim “Vanaspativani” BSI, Kolkata, Vol. 16, page
23.

 

11.  ANSARI,
A.A & A.K. SAHOO, 2007. Dendrobium
chrysanthum
 – beautiful orchid of
Sikkim (Hindi) “Vanaspati Vani” BSI,
Kolkota Vol. 16, page 23.

 

12.  ANSARI, A.A & A.K.  SAHOO, &  UPADHYA,G.K.2007.  Nothapodytes nimmoniana – An
important medicinal plantConservation
and Propagation.  Ibid.  page 17.

 

13.  —————
& A.K. SAHOO, 2009. Some interesting species of Potentilla L. in Sikkim Himalaya, “Vanaspativani”, BSI, Kolkata, Vol. 18, pages 106-107.

 

14.  ………………
& BHOLA NATH. 2010. Madhya Pradesh Ki Upyogi Shakiya Vanaspati: Vanaspativani 20(19): 54-57, BSI,
Kolkata.

 

15.  ……………….
& ……………….. 2011. Madhya Bharat Ka Bahupyogi Vriksh Mahua, Ibid 20:
212-216, BSI, Kolkata.

 

16.  ……………….
& ……………….. 2012. “Gular” Ka Mahatva: Punravlokan, Ibid 21: 80-81.

 

17.  ANSARI,
A.A., ARJUN PRASAD TIWARI & BHOLA NATH.2013. Prayogik Vanaspati 

Udyan,
Madhya Chhetri Kendra,Allahabad Ke Aushadhee Vanaspatiyon Ki Sanchipt Jankari.

Vanaspativani
22:90-95, BSI, Kolkata.

 

AS JOINT AUTHOR:

 

1.     
DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1995.
Beautiful wild plant Barleria gibsonii Dalzell – A new find for horticulture, ‘’Paryavaran”, Ministry of Environment
& Forests, New Delhi. 7(4): 43-44. (September, 1999).

 

2.     
BHATTACHARYA, A.P. & A.A. ANSARI, 1996. Guaiacum officinale – A beautiful and
useful plant. Ibid.: 6-7.

 

3.     
DIWAKAR, P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1993. Barleria gibsonii Dalzell
– A new find for horticulture, Ibid, page 13.

 

4.     
GHANA NAND BHADOLA & A.A. ANSARI, 1994. Economic
importance of weeds found in Pauri Garhwal area, InPashimi Himalay Ki
Vanaspatiyan”
(ed. D.K. Singh et. al), Botanical Survey of India, Dehra
Dun, pages 90-95.

 

5.     
GUPTA, S.L.  & A.A. ANSARI, 1997-98. Lilium wallichianum – rare plant of
Shevoroy hills “Vanaspativani’’,
Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata, page 36.

 

6.     
SRIVASTAVA, R.C. & A.A. ANSARI, 1999 (September).
Kalpbriksh.
Ibid
9: 20-21.

 

7.     
—————- & —————-, 2001. A
useful climbing bamboo of Andaman & Nicobar. In Botanical Wealth of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. (ed. N.P.
Singh & H.J. Chowdhery) Pages 65-66. Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata.

 

8.     
RADHAKRISHNAN, B.M., SREEKUMAR P.V. & A.A. ANSARI,
2001. Tulsi versus Neem in Andaman, Ibid.:  81-83.

 

9.     
DIWAKAR, P.G., A.A. ANSARI & B. KULKARNI, 2002
(Published April, 2003). Forest and vegetations of Maharashtra. J. Liv. World & rare. 9(2): 9-14.
(Published April, 2003).

 

10.  KHOLIA,
B.S. & A. A. ANSARI. 2008. Interesting and threatened and useful Insect
Grass “Vanaspativani” B.S.I.,
Kolkota, 17: 35-37.

 

11.  SAHOO,
A.K. & A. A. ANSARI. 2008. Some Interesting Pedicularis of Sikkim. Ibid. 17:
159–160.

 

12.  UPADHYAY,
G.K., S.K. SRIVASTAVA & A.A. ANSARI. 2009. Species of Moraceae in India
(excluding Ficus L.) Ibid, Vol. 18, pages 97-103.

 

13.  BHAVANA
JOSHI, ARJUN PRASAD TIWARI & A.A. ANSARI, 2011. Aam Ki Krishi Technique
Evum Arthik Mahatva, Ibid 20: 219-226.

 

14.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR VAISH & A.A. ANSARI. 2011. Sewait Gram Ka Adhbhut Neem, Ibid
20: 217-218.

 

15.  KAR, RASANANDA, BHAVANA  JOSHI, A.P. TIWARI & A.A. ANSARI. 2012. “Nagalingam”
Vriksh Ka Mahatwa: Ek Punravlokan (Hindi), Vanaspativani
21: 78-79.

 

16.  JOSHI BHAVANA, A.P. TIWARI & A.A. ANSARI 2012. Neem
Ka Aushadhee Avam Adhyatmik Mahatwa (Hindi), Vanaspativani 21: 82-84.

 

17.  VAISHYA, JEETENDRA KUMAR & A.A. ANSARI 2012. Family
Asteraceae (tribe Heliantheae) Ke Sundar Avam Aushadheey Roop Se
Mahatvapurn Paudhe, Asmarika, Allahabad pages 22-23.

 

18.  JOSHI,BHAVANA,RASANAND KAR & A.A.ANSARI.2013.
Himalay Ki Dharohar Brahamkamal- Ek Sanchipt Parichay.Vanaspativani 22:56-60,BSI,Kolkata.

 

19.  KAR RASANAND,BHAVANA JOSHI & A.A.ANSARI. 2013. Dracena draco (Asperagaceae) – Ek Rochak
Va Bahu Upyogi Podha. Ibid
22:135-136.

 

20.  VAISHYA,JEETENDRA KUMAR,KANCHAN SINGH SAROJ,A.A.ANSARI
& HARI NANDAN SINGH.2014.Madhumakkhi Palan –Aay Ka Adhunik Srot.Smarika,Shahid Chandra Shekhar
Park,Govt. Garden,Allahabad,pages 27-33.

 

 

ABSTRACTS PUBLISHED:

 

1.     
ANSARI, A.A. & S.K. SINGH, 1979. Flora of
Madhaulia Forest-Dicotyledons (Ranunculaceae-Tiliaceae) – Retrospects &
Prospects of researches in Botany in India. Gorakhpur University. Page 115.

 

2.     
—————- & S.K. SINGH & S.N. DIXIT,
1979. Asteraceae of Gorakhpur. Ibid. page 114.

 

3.     
—————- & G. NAND, 1986. Vegetational
composition of Nagdev, Pauri Garhwal. Indian Science Congress Association.

 

4.     
—————- do —————- 1987.
Phenological observation of some woody angiosperms of Pauri Garhwal Ibid. page 101.

 

5.     
—————– do —————– 1988. Flora,
vegetation and plant resources of Khirsu protected reserve in Pauri Garhwal
district. Ibid.

 

6.     
——————– 1989. Rare & endangered
species of the genus Crotalaria L. in India. Ibid.

 

7.     
——————– & G. NAND, 1990. Interesting
wild ornamental of Pauri Garhwal. Ibid.

 

8.     
——————– 1991. Endemism in the genus
Crotalaria L. in India. Ibid.

 

9.     
—————- & P. DWARAKAN, 1991.
Rare/endangered orchids in National Orchidarium, Yercaud. Ibid.

 

10.  DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1993.
Woody angiosperms of Lonar Lake Area, Buldhana
district, Maharashtra. Ibid. page 88.

 

11.  ANSARI,
A.A. & P. DWARAKAN, 1993. Studies on the status of few terrestrial orchids
of Shevoroy and Kolli hills. Ibid.
page 91.

 

12.  —————-,
P.G. DIWAKAR & P. DWARAKAN, 1993.
Field studies on endemic
orchids from Shevoroy and Kolli hills of Tamil Nadu. National conference on
Recent Advances in Phytotaxonomy, Aurangabad. pages 24-25.

 

13.  —————-,
P. DWARAKAN & P.G. DIWAKAR, 1993.
Threatened plants of
Shevoroy and Kolli hills. National Symposium on Biodiversity in India.
Anantapur. Page 43.

 

14.  —————–,
P. DWARAKAN & P.G. DIWAKAR, 1994.
Studies on the status and
host range of few epiphytic orchids of Shevoroy and Kolli hills of Tamil Nadu.
Indian Science Congress Association.

 

15.  DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1994.
Herbaceous angiosperms of Lonar Area of Buldhana
District, Maharashtra, Ibid.

 

16.  ANSARI,
A.A. 1995. Crotalaria L. of Salem
District, Tamil Nadu, Ibid.

 

17.  —————-
& P. DWARAKAN, 1994. National Orchidarium and Experimental Garden –
Terrestrial Orchids in Cultivation. A decade of Orchid Research in India, New
Delhi.

 

18.  —————-,
1994. Less known wild edible plants of Shevoroy & Kolli hills of South
India. Ethnobiology in human welfare. IVth International Congress of
Ethnobiology, NBRI, Lucknow, page 12.

 

19.  ——————–
& P. DWARAKAN, 1996.National Orchidarium and Experimental Garden, Tamil
Nadu – Epiphytic orchids in cultivation. Indian Science Congress Association,
pages 39-40.

 

20.  DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1996. Flora of Buldhana District, Maharashtra,
Monocotyledons – Checklist, Ibid.
pages 38-39.

 

21.  ANSARI,
A.A. 1977. Medicinal plants of Madhaulia Forest of Gorakhpur-Ibid. pages, 119-120.

 

22.  DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1997.
Flora of Buldhana District – Maharashtra –
Dicotyledons-Checklist-Ibid. page 44.

 

23.  ANSARI,
A.A. 1998. Fodder plants of Madhaulia forest of Gorakhpur. Ibid. page 21.

 

24.  —————-,
1998. Taxonomic studies on the genus Crotalaria L. in India. National Symposium
on Advances in Legume Research in India, NBRI, Lucknow, page, 18.

 

25.  DIWAKAR,
P.G. & A.A. ANSARI, 1999.
Fodder plants of Buldhana District of Maharashtra.
Indian Science Congress Association.

 

26.  ANSARI,
A.A. 2000. Taxonomic Revision of genus Crotalaria L. (Sections Arenariae & Diffusae) Proc. 87
th Ind. Sci. Cong. Part – III.

 

27.  —————-,
2000. Taxonomic Revision of the genus Crotalaria L. in India (Section Alatae Benth.) Proc. 70
th
Session of National Academy of Sciences, page 22.

 

28.  —————-,
2001. Taxonomic Revision of the genus Crotalaria
L. in India (Section Calycinae Benth.) Proc. 88
th Indian Science
Congress Association, Part III, pages 72-73.

 

29.  —————-,
2001. Taxonomic Revision of the genus Crotalaria
L. in India (Section Erioarpae Benth.) Proc. National Seminar on ‘’New
challenges in Plant Taxonomy in 21
st Century of Utilisation and Conservation
of Plant Diversity’’’.

 

30.  —————-
& S. PANDA, 2001. Wild Asteraceous species of Indian Botanic Garden.
National Seminar on Plant Systematics in 21
st Century: Approaches
and Prospects. Page 29.

 

31.  PANDA,
S., M. SANJAPPA. & A.A. ANSARI, 2001. Critical studies on the genus Diplarche Hook. f. & Thomson. Ibid.
page 10.

 

32.  ANSARI,
A.A. 2002. Orchid Flora of Shevaroy & Kolli hills of Tamil Nadu. Proc. 89
th
Indian Science Congress Association, Lucknow (Abstract). Part IV, page 7.

 

33.  —————-
& R.C. SRIVASTAVA, 2002. Diversity of Malvaceous Taxa in Indian Botanic
Garden with Emphasis on conservation of Rare/Threatened species. Proc. Second
International Conference on Plants and Environmental Pollution (ICPEP-2), NBRI,
Lucknow, page 15 (Abstract).

 

34.  —————-,
2002. Orchidaceae of National Orchidarium and Experimental Garden, Tamil Nadu.
National Seminar on Taxonomy in the study & conservation of Plant Diversity
– A National Priority, NBRI, Lucknow, page 44. (Abstract).

 

35.  —————-,
2002. Role of Orchidaria in Conservation of Biodiversity, National Conference
on Biodiversity – Past and Present, The Paleobotanical Society, BSIP, Lucknow.
Page 3-4. (Abstract).

 

36.  —————-,
2003. Taxonomic studies on the Genus
Crotalaria
L. in India – Revised Generic subdivision, Proc. 90
th
Session of the Indian Science Congress, Bangalore, Part III, pages 18 & 19.

 

37.  ANSARI
ANIS A. & SAHEED S. HAMEED, 2004. Tribe Crotalarieae
in West Bengal. Proc. XIV
th
Annual Conference of Indian Association of Angiosperm Taxonomy and National
Seminar on New Frontiers in Plant Taxonomy & Biodiversity Conservation,
TBGRI, Thiruvananthapuram, Page 66.

 

38.  HAMEED
SAHEED S. & ANIS A. ANSARI, 2004. Genus Lagerstroemia
L. (Lythraceae) in Indian Botanic Garden, Ibid.,
Page 70.

 

39.  ANSARI
A.A., 2004. Taxonomic Studies on the genus Crotalaria
L. in India – II (Sections Calycinae &
Chrysocalycinae). Proc. 91
st Indian Science
Congress Association, Part III, Page 47.

 

40.  —————-,
2005. Taxonomic studies on the Genus Crotalaria
L. in India – Sections Dispermae
& 92­
nd Session of the Indian Science Congress.

 

41.  —————–2006.
Taxonomic studies on the genus Crotalaria
L. in India –IV (section Grandiflorae
& Hedriocarpae
) Proc. 93
rd   
Session of Indian Science Congress Association, Hyderabad. Part – III,
page, 23.

 

42.  —————-
UPADHYAY G.K. 2006. Families   Caryophyllaceae
& Cyperaceae
in Indian Botanic Garden.  Ibid.

 

43.   SAHOO. A.K. & A.A. ANSARI 2006.  Less Known Ethnic uses of Plants of South
Sikkim Himalaya. Proc. National Seminar on Emerging Trends in Plant Sciences,
Morphology to Biotechnology, Deptt. Of Botany, Ravenshaw College, Orrisa, pp.
9.

 

44.  UPADHAYA,
G.K., A.A. ANSARI & BHARATI BEHERA. 2006. Diversity, Economic Importance
and Conservation of Moraceous Taxa (excluding Ficus L.) of West Bengal, Ibid
page 23.

 

45.  ——————
& —————- 2006. Checklist of Moraceous taxa (excluding Ficus) in West Bengal.

 

46.  UPADHAYA
G.K. & A.A. ANSARI.
2006 Diversity Economic Importance and Conservation
Strategies of Moraceous Taxa of Sikkim Proc. XVI Annual Conference of IAAT and
International Seminar on Present Trends and Future Prospects of Angiosperm
Taxonomy, Agharkar Research Institute, Pune, page 66-67.  

 

47.  ANSARI,
A.A., DEEPA TAMANG, S.K.RAI, GEETAMANI CHHETRI & S.PRADHAN.2007. Medicinal
Uses of Flowering Plants by the local people of Samdong, East Sikkim. Sovenir.
National Training Workshop on Folkmedicine & Local Health Tradition of
Sikkim, Gangtok, R.R.I. (Ay.) pages 53.

 

48.  SAHOO,
A.K. & A.A.ANSARI.2007. Less known folklore uses of some plants of Sikkim
Himalaya.ibid, pages51.

 

49.  ANSARI,
A.A.2008.The families Brachycaulaceae & Rosaceae in Sikkim-1.Sovenir and
Abstract, Bot.Symp.-2008, National Symposium on Diversity and functionality of
plant & mictrobes, North Bengal University, Page 21(Abstract).

 

50.  ANSARI,
A.A. 2009. Plant Exploration in Sikkim Himalaya and its diversity with emphasis
on Rosaceous Flora. XIX. Annual conference of IAAT & International
Symposium on Angiosperm Systematics & Phylogy: Retrospect & Prospects.
No. BD/0-1, page 39.

 

51.  UPADHYAY,
G.K., A.A. ANSARI & A.K. DALAI. 2009. Extension of distribution of Antiaris toxicaria (Pers.) Lesch. Ssp. Macrophylla (R.Br.) C.C. Berg (Moraceae)
to India with a note on its conservation. Ibid,
PE/P-2, pages 113-114.   

 

52.  ANSARI,
A.A. 2011. Plant Diversity in Sikkim Himalaya. Souvenir cum Abstract. National
Conference on Environmental Problems in India (lead lecture), pages, U.P.
College, Varanasi.

 

53.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR & A.A. ANSARI.
2011.
Biodiversity in India vis-a-vis climate change. Ibid (Late Abstract poster presentation). Ibid.

 

54.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR, N.K. DUBEY  & A.A. ANSARI.
2011. Tribe Heliantheae Cess.
(Asteraceae) in India. Souvenir cum Abstract Naional Conference on
Biodiversity: Changing Patterns and Conservation Stages, DDU Gorakhpur
University, Gorakhpur, pages 69.

 

55.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR, A.A. ANSARI.
&
N.K. DUBEY. 2011. Economically & Medicinally Important Plants of Tribe Heliantheae
(Asteraceae) in Uttar Pradesh (Poster Presentation) DDU Gorakhpur
University, Gorakhpur.

 

56.  ANSARI, A.A. 2011. Wetlands of
Uttar Pradesh with special reference to Eastern Regions – Diversity and
Conservation. Ibid, pages 11-12 (lead lecture).

 

57.  ANSARI, A.A. 2011. Diversity and
Management of Invasive Allien Flora of Uttar Pradesh. Abstract Nat. Conf. on
Environmental Degradation due to Human Activities & Suggestive measure in
Urban & Industrial area 17-18 December, 2011, Dept. of Botany &
Environmental Science, S.B. P.G. College, Varanasi,, pages 1-4 (lead lecture).

 

58.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR VAISHYA, A.A. ANSARI & B.K. ROY, 2011.
Electrophoratic Protein Profiling among Cassia. Souvenir,
Emerging Trends in Plant Sciences, Deptt. of Botany, BHU, Varanasi, pages 20.

 

59.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR VAISHYA, A.A. ANSARI.
&
N.K. DUBEY. 2011. Tribe Heliantheae Cess. (Asteraceae) in Uttar
Pradesh. Abstract Nat. Conf. on Environmental Degradation due to Human
Activities & Suggestive Measures in Urban & Industrial Area, pages
52-53.

 

60.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR VAISHYA, A.A. ANSARI & N.K. DUBEY 2013. Tridax trilobata (Cav.)
Hemsl.  (Asteraceae) – A new record for
India, Proc. National Symposium (ESEB-13), BHU, Varanasi, pages 85-85.

 

61.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR VAISHYA, A.A. ANSARI & N.K. DUBEY 2013. Spilanthes radicans Jacq.  (Asteraceae) – A new record for Uttar Pradesh,
National Symposium (ESEB-13), BHU, Varanasi, pages 79.

 

62.  JEETENDRA
KUMAR VAISHYA, A.A. ANSARI & N.K. DUBEY 2013. Diversity of the tribe Heliantheae
Cass. (Asteraceae) in India. Souvenir & Abstracts, National Seminar on
Biodiversity, B.B. College, Jhansi, U.P. pages 99.

 

63.  ———————————————,——————-&——————2013.Floristic
   Diversity of tribe Heliantheae Cass.(Asteraceae) in India.
Proc.(Abstracts).XXX VI Annual        
Conference of the Indian Botanical Society, Botany Department, DDU
Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, pages 123-124.

 

 

Details of books, publications,
articles, etc. written during the preceding years

 

A.   
Books/Flora:

a.       As Senior author-A.A.ANSARI &
A.P. TIWARI. Flora of Ranipur Wildlife Sanctuary.

b.      As Joint author –

                      
i.     
A.K.
Sahoo & A.A. Ansari. Phytodiversity of Tendong Reserve Forest, Sikkim.

                    
ii.     
T.M.
Hynniewata & A.A.Ansari. Flora of Maenum Wildlife Sanctuary, Sikkim.

                  
iii.     
Anand
Kumar, A.P. Tiwari & A.A. Ansari. Phytodiversity of Katerniaghat Wildlife
Sanctuary, U.P.

                  
iv.     
K.
K. Khanna & A. A. Ansari. Flora of Suhelwa Bird Sanctuary, U.P.

c.       Edited Book – K. K. Khanna &
A. A. Ansari. Flora of U.P. Vol. III.

   

B.    
 Contributions for Books/Proceedings:

               
i.           
ANSARI,
A.A. Red Data Sheets for Vol. IV &V of Red Data Book of Indian Plants.

             
ii.           
ANSARI,
A.A. Families Balanophoraceae & Ceratophyllaceae for Flora of West

 
Bengal.

           
iii.           
ANSARI,
A.A. Tribe Crotalariae for Flora of
West Bengal.

            
iv.           
ANSARI,
A.A. Family Lauraceae for Flora of West Bengal.

              
v.           
ANSARI,
A.A. Tribe Genistae for Flora of Kerala.

           
vi.           
ANSARI,
A.A.  Flora of U.P. Vol. II-Prepared
description of 50 species alongwith a few infraspecific taxa with keys to
different taxa.

 

C.   
  Articles accepted:

1.      A.A. ANSARI Legume resources of
Madhaulia Forest, U.P.

2.      A.A. ANSARI & S.K. SINGH. Flora
of Madhaulia Forest of Gorakhpur, U.P. -llustrations. Higher Plants of Indian
Subcontinent/J. NonTimber Forest Products.

 

D.     Articles communicated:

            
i.           
Tiwari,
A.P. & A.A. Ansari. Ethnobotanical uses of plants among the tribals of
Jashpur district, Chhattisgarh. J.
Non-Timber Forest Products
.

          
ii.           
Joshi
Bhavana, Rasanand Kar & A.A.Ansari. Koore-Kachre Ka Manav

        
iii.           
Jeevan
Par Hanikarak Prabhav, Paryavaran, MoEF,
New Delhi.

        
iv.           
Joshi
Bhavana, A.P. Tiwari & A.A. Ansari. Crotalaria
epunctata
Dalz.-A New Record for U.P.

          
v.           
Jeetendra
Kumar Vaishya,A.A.Ansari,N.K.Dubey & Saurabh Sachan. Notes on Synedrella
vialis A. Gray (Asteraceae).Indian J.
Forestry
.

 

 

 

—-

Dr. Anis Ahmad Ansari

Scientist-‘E’
& Head of Office (Retd.)

Botanical
Survey of India

Central
Regional Centre

                        Allahabad,
U.P.

 

 

 

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