DR. A. A. MAO’S LIST OF PUBLICATIONS: 96
 

 

PLANT TISSUE
CULTURE


1. MAO,
A.A
.
‘Morphogenetic responses of various tissue and organs of Coriandrum sativum L. in tissue
culture’. M.Phil. Thesis, Delhi
University. 1990.


2. SINGH,
D.K., A.A. MAO, R.K. GUPTA & G.P. SINHA, 1992. Axenic seed
germination of some rare, threatened and ornamental species of orchids of
North eastern India – A preliminary study. In: S.P. Viz (ed.) National
Seminar on Biology, Improvement, propagation and commercialization of
Indian Orchids, Bangalore (Abstract) No. 21:33-35


3. MAO, A.
A
., A.
WETTEN, M.F.FAY  & P.D.S.
CALIGARI, 1995. In vitro propagation of Clerodendrum
colebrookianum
Walp. (Verbenaceae) – a potential natural
anti-hypertension medicinal plant. Plant cell report 14:
493-496.


4. MAO, A.
A
.
Tissue culture of some plant species from North East India, Ph.D. Thesis,
Reading University, Reading, U.K. 1996.

5. MAO,
A.A
., A.
WETTEN, M.F.FAY & P.D.S. CALIGARI, 2000. In vitro multiplication of Litsea
cubeba
(Lours.) Pers. – a multipurpose tree. Plant Cell Report 19:
5-9.

6. MAO, A.
A
., A.
WETTEN, M.F.FAY  &  P.D.S. CALIGARI, 2002.  In vitro seed germination and
tissue culture of Lilium mackliniae Sealy, a rare endemic lily from
Manipur, India, J. Plant Physiology,
7(3): 239-245.


7. RANYAPHI,
R.A., A. A. MAO & IBAKADOR, 2006. Seed germination and
micropropagation of Iris bakeri – a rare endemic plant from Manipur, India. In: P.J. Handique and
M.C. Kalita (eds.) Proceedings of the National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation and Future Concern, 69-75.


8. MAO, A. A, 2006. Micropropagation
of rare, endangered plants of northeastern India. In: P.J. Handique and
M.C. Kalita (eds.) Proceedings of the National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation and Future Concern, 1-7. 


9. MAO, A.
A
., A.
WETTEN, M.F. FAY & P.D.S. CALIGARI, 2007.. Effect of Nitrogen on
growth and morphogenesis of three micropropagated Nepenthes
spp.  India J.
Plant Physiol.
12(4):317-321.


10. MAO, A.
A
.
&  R.A. RANYAPHI, 2007. Seed
viability studies in Nepenthes khasiana Hook.f. –  comparison of in vivo and in
vitro
seed germination. Bull. Bot. Surv. Of India 49(1-4):
89-94.


11. TANDON
P., S. S.D. BHOWMIK, A. A. MAO & S. KUMARIA, 2007. Rapid in
vitro Clonal Propagation of Mantisia spathulata Schult, A rare and
endmic plant of North Eastern India for recovery. Biotechnology 6(1):68-71.


12. JAYASHANKAR
DAS, A. A. MAO & P.J. HANDIQUE, 2011.
Volatile constituents of
Valeriana hardwickii Wall. Root oil from Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern
Himalaya, Rec. Nat. Products
5:(1): 70-73


13.JAYASHANKAR DAS, A. A. MAO & P.J. HANDIQUE, 2011. Terpenoid Composition and Antioxidant activities of two Indian
Valerian oil from Khasi hills of north east India, Natural Product Communication 6(1), 129-132.


14. MAO, A. A., S. KALIAMOORTHY, R. A. RANYAPHI &
JAYASHANKAR DAS, S. GUPTA, J. ATHILI, J. Y. YUMNAM & L. I. CHANU, 2011. In vitro micropropagation of
three rare, endangered and endemic rhododendron species of North east
India, In Vitro Cell. Dev.
Biol.-Plant
47: 674-681


15. RANYAPHI, R.A., A. A. MAO
& S.K. BORTHAKUR, 2011.
Direct organogenesis from leaf and internode explants of in vitro raised
wintergreen plant (Gaultheria
fragrantissima
), ScienceAsia
37:186-194.


16. JAYASHANKAR DAS, A. A.
MAO
& P.J. HANDIQUE, 2012. Callus-mediated
organogenesis and effect of growth regulators on production of different
valepotriates in Indian valerian (Valeriana jatamasi Jones), Acta
Physiol Plant
35:55-63


17. GUPTA, S., SONESWAR SARMA, A.A.
MAO
AND TAPAN SEAL, 2013.
Antioxidant activity of different parts of Lysimachia
laxa
and Gymnocladus assamicus, a comparison using three
different solvent extraction systems. Journal of Chemical and
Pharmaceutical Research,
5(4):33-40.2013.


18. GUPTA, S., S. KALIAMOORTHY, A.
A. MAO
AND SONESWAR SARMA, 2013.
In vitro regeneration of Gymnocladus
assamicus Kanjilal ex P.C. Kanjilal, an ethnomedicinal critically
endangered and endemic tree species from Northeast India, Int. J. Med.
Arom. Plants 3(2): 204-213


 

 

TAXONOMY & FLORISTIC STUDIES

 

19. SINGH,
K.P. & A. A. MAO, 1998. Development of Floristic Botany in North
east India during post Independent period. In: S.K. Gupta, S.N. Datta, R.
Gopalakrishnan, K.P. Singh, N.K. Sarkar & A.K. Verma (eds.) Proc. Nat.
Conf. on Development of Science and Technology in North east India During Post
Indepdendent period
, Shillong, pp. 153-165.

20. PHUKAN,
S. &  A.A. MAO, 1999. A
miniature orchid of North East India. Orch. Review 107(1230):
368-369. 
 

21. MAO,
A.A
.,  1999. Note on Orchids of
Senapati and surrounding hills, Manipur, India. J. Orch. Soc. India 13(1-2):
55-58.

22. MAO,
A.A
. &  T.M. HYNNIEWTA, 2000. Paphiopedilum
hirsutissimum
hunting in Nagaland. Phytotaxonomy 1: 130-132.

23. PHUKAN,
S.  & 
A.A. MAO, 2000.  A
beautiful and rare orchid of India. The J. Ochid Soc. India 14:
57-60.

24. MAO,
A.A. &  T.M. HYNNIEWTA, 2000.
Floristic Diversity of N.E. India. The J. Assam Sc. Soc. 41(4):
255-566.

25.
HYNNIEWTA, T.M. & A.A. MAO, 2001. Botanical Exploration and Orchid
studies in Nagaland. Second meeting of the Indian Subcontinent regional orchid
Specialist group (ISROSG), Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun pp.16-17. 

26. PHUKAN,
S. &  A.A. MAO, 2002.
Additions to Indian Orchid Flora. Orch. Review 110: 157-161.

27. PHUKAN,
S. &  A.A. MAO, 2002.  Armodorum senapatianum Phukan et Mao –
a new orchid species from India, Orchid Review 110(1247): 298-300.

28. PHUKAN,
S. &  A.A. MAO, 2002.
Additions to the India Orchid Flora, Orchid Review vol. 112, 114-118.

29. PHUKAN,
S. &  A.A. MAO, 2005. Flickingeria
abhaycharanii
Phukan et Mao – a new species from northeast India, Orchid
Review
113(1261): 22-23.

30. PHUKAN,
S. &  A. A. MAO, 2006. .Pleione saxicola in India, addition to
the Indian Orchid Flora.  Orchid
Review
114(1269):150-151.

31. BHAUMIK,
M., A. A. MAO & H.B. NAITHANI, 2006. 
A note on the sporadic flowering of Sinarundinaria
rolloana
(Gamble) Chao & Renv. (Poaceae-Bambusoideae) from Dzuko
valley, Nagaland. The Indian Forester 132(7):906-907.

32. CHAYA DEORI, A. A. MAO & S. PHUKAN, 2006.  A new addition to the Indian Orchid Flora. The
Orchid Review
  114(1268): 91-93.

33. CHAYA
DEORI, S.K. SARMA, S. PHUKAN  &  A. A. MAO, 2006.  Dendrobium
arunachalense
sp.nov. (Orchidaceae) – A new species from Arunachal Pradesh,
India.  J. Orch. Soc. Ind. 20(1-2):81-85.

34. MAO,
A. A
. & M. BHAUMIK, 2007. Notes on Lilium
davidii
(Liiaceae): a rare and beautiful lily from Manipur, India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 31(2):436-438. 

35. PANDEY
A. K., M. A.  ALI & A. A. MAO, 2007.
Genus Panax L. (Araliaceae) in India.
Pleione 1(2): 46-54.

36. MAO,
A. A
. &  M. BHAUMIK, 2007. Roscoe
ngainoii
(Zingiberaceae) sp. nova from Manipur, India. 
Nordic J. of Bototany 25: 299-302.

37.
AMAD  UDDIN, R. GOGOI, A. A. MAO
& S. PHUKAN, 2008. Collection of Begonia
adscendens
C.B. Clarke (Begoniaceae) after more than 100 years from Esii
hills, Manipur, India, Rheedea 18(1): 53-55.

38.
NAITHANI, H.B., A. A. MAO & R.C. SRIVASTAVA, 2008.
Schizostachyum arunachalensis, the bamboo
species with longest internode and biggest leaf, ENVIS Newsletter 13(2):3.

39. DEORI,
C., R. GOGOI  & A. A. MAO,
2010. A new variety of Dendrobium: D. falconeri Hook. var. senapatianum C. Deori, R. Gogoi &
A.A. Mao var. Nov. , Orch.
Rev. 118(1289):
20-23.

40. MAO,
A. A
. 2010. Paphiopedilum of
northeast India, Orch. Rev. 118(1289):88-95.

41. MAO,
A.A
., R. GOGOI & O. APANG, 2009.
Studies on Rhododendron species of
Mayuodia, Lower Dibang valley, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Bulletin of Arunachal Forest Research 25(1&2): 93-99.

42. MAO,
A.A
. 2010. The genus Rhododendron in north east India, Botanica Orientalis  7: 26-34

43. RAO,
A.N., O. APANG, A.A. MAO & S.S. DASH, 2010.
Two new records from Arunachal
Pradesh, India. J. Orchid Soc. India, 24(1&2): 97-100

44. DASH,
S.S., R. GOGOI & A.A. MAO, 2011. A new species of Crawfurdia Wall. (Gentianaceae) from
Arunachal Pradesh, India, J. Jpn. Bot. 86: 127-132.

45. MAO,
A.A
., M. BHAUMIK & N. LOKHO, 2011.
Kaempferia parviflora Wall. ex
Baker (Zingiberaceae) A new record of medicinal plan for India. Ind. Forest. 1353-1354.

46. DASH, S.S. AND A. A. MAO, 2011. A new species of Codonopsis Wall. (Campanulaceae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India, Nelumbo 53:17-20.

47. DASH, S.S. AND A. A. MAO, 2011. Additions to the flowering plants of India from Arunachal
Pradesh, Nelumbo 53: 228-235.

48. MAO, A.A. & M. BHAUMIK,
2011. New distributional records of Rhododendrons from India, Nelumbo 53:217-220.

49. MAO,
A. A
., LICHA JERI & REDDY BEI 2011. Studies on Rhododendron species of

Talle Valley Wildlife Sanctuary and surrounding Hills of Lower Subansiri
district, Arunachal Pradesh, Bull.
Arunachal Pradesh Forest Research
Vol. 27(1&2): 34-46

50. MAO,
A.A.
, A.N. RAO, M. BHAUMIK & ONA APANG, 2011. Thrixspermum saruwaterii (Hayata) Schltr. (Orchidaceae) – a new
record to India from Arunachal Pradesh, Bull.
Arunachal Pradesh Forest Research
Vol. 27(1&2): 68-70.

51. MAO, A.A. & R. GOGOI, 2012 Distribution and status of Lilium mackliniae
Sealy – an endemic lily of north east India, Indian Forester 139(2):
170-174

52. R. GOGOI & A. A. MAO 2012. Rediscovery of Justicia anfractuasa C.B. Clarke an endemic
species from its type locality after a century, NeBio 3(2): 13-15

53. MAO, A.A. 2012.
Biodiversity profile: The genus Rhododendron in north-east India, The New
Zealand Rhododendron Society
, 100: 47-53

54. MAO, A.A. & R. GOGOI 2012.
Rhododendrons of Manipur and Nagaland, NeBio
3:1-10.

55. Mao A. A. and M.
Bhaumik 2012. A new Rhododendron species from India. Rhododendron Species Foundation Yearbook 2012, 7: 29-34.

56. Mao, A.A. 2012.
Rhododendron hunting in Vadse hills, Kurung Kumey District, Arunachal Pradesh,
India. Rhododendron Species Foundation
Yearbook
2012, 7: 47-56.

57. MAO, A.A., M.
BHAUMIK, A. PAUL, S. BARALI & M.L. KHAN, 2013
. Rhododendron mechukae (Ericaceae A new species
from India, Edinburgh Journal of Botany 70(1): 57-60

58. BHAUMIK M. & A. A. MAO, 2013. Distributional notes on some Rhododendrons taxa from Arunachal
Pradesh, India, Nelumbo 54:255-259

59. BHAUMIK M. & A. A. MAO, 2013.Flowering of Chimonocalamus longiusculus (Poaceae:
Bambusoideae) in experimental garden of Botanical Survey of India, Itanagar,
India, Nelumbo 54:260-262

60. GOGOI, R., B.B. T. THAM AND A. A. MAO 2014.
Arisaema bannaense H.Li and Arisaema lingyunense H. Li (Araceae),
Two additions to the Flora of India. J. Jpn. Bot. 89:44-48

61. COX, K.N.E. 2013. A new Rhododendron species from India,
Plantsman 12(1): 26-27

62. Meitei, L.R., N.N. Rabha, Chaya Deori
& A.A. Mao 2014. A new generic
record and distribution notes on two orchid species from Manipur, India, Richardiana XIV, 274-279

63. Sharma S., S.K. Singh, R. Kumar &
A. A. Mao 2013. A compendium of Monopodial Orchids of Meghalaya, Keanean
Journal of Science
2:93-106

64. Verma D., S.K. Singh & A. A. Mao
2013. Notes on diversity and distribution of tribe Orchidaceae in Meghalaya, Keanean
Journal of Science
2:83-92
 

 

CONSERVATION & ECOLOGY

 

65. MAO,
A.A.
  &  S.K. KATAKI, 1993. Dzuko valley: A plea for
conservation. The Indian Forester 120: 515-518.

66. MAO,
A. A
., 2005. Notes on habitat and distribution of Bulbophyllum
rothschildianum
(O’Brien) J.J. Sm. – a rare and beautiful orchid of north
east India –The J. Ochid Soc. India 18(1&2): 68-74.

67. MAO,
A.A
.  &  P. KHARBULI, 2002.
Distribution and status of Nepenthes
khasiana
– a rare endemic pitcher plant of India, Phytotaxonomy 2:
77-83.

68. MAO,
A.A
., 2006. Dendrobium denudans
an endangered medicinal orchids of north east India.  J. Orch. Soc. Ind. 20(1-2):53-55.

69. MAO,
A. A
. &  R. GOGOI, 2007.
Rediscovery of a critically endangered endemic Rhododendron. Ind. For. 133(12):1699-1702.

70. A. A.
MAO
, J. Y. YUMNAM, R. GOGOI & A. PINOKIYO, 2009. Status and
Distribution of Rhododendron species in temperate and sub-alpine hill ranges of
mount Esii and Surrounding hills in Manipur and Nagaland, Indian Forester 135(7):
880-890.

71. MAO,
A.A.
& R. GOGOI, 2009.
Floristic study of Dzukou valley and surrounding
hills, Manipur and Nagaland, India, Indian Forester, Indian Forester, 136(1):
57-68.

72. MAO,
A.A
. & R. GOGOI, 2010.
Fire-induced invasion of an endemic plant species
alters forest structure and diversity: a study from north-east India, Sci. Curr. 98(4): 483-485.

73. BERA, S.
K., S. K. BASUMATARY, C. M. NAUTIYAL, S. DIXIT, A. A. MAO &  R. GOGOI, 2011.  Late Holocene Climate and
Vegetation Change in the Dzukou Valley, North East India, Journal of the Palaeontological
Society of India
56(2): 143-148.
 

 

ETHNOBOTANY

 

74. MAO,
A.A
. 1992. A preliminary report on the Folklore Botany of Mao Nagas of
Manipur (India), Ethnobotany 5: 143-147.

75.
HYNNIEWTA, T. M. &  A. A. MAO,  1999. Pollution-cum-Depletion of Tribal’s
Ethnobotanical Knowledge Systems. In: S.K. Gupta et al. (eds.) Proc. Nat.
Conf. Pollution, Man & Environment
, Shillong, pp.187-189.

76. MAO,
A.A
.  1999. Some symbolic and
superstitious botanical folklore about Mao Naga tribe of Manipur (India). J.
Econ. & Taxon Bot
. 23(2): 625-628.

77. MAO,
A.A.
  1998(2001). Ethnobotanical
observation of rice beer ‘Zhuchu’ by the Mao Naga tribe from Manipur (India). Bull.

Bot. Surv. India 40(1-4): 53-57.

78. MAO,
A.A.
  2002. Oroxylum indicum
Vent. – a potential anti-cancer medicinal plant. Ind. J. Tradtional
Knowledge
, 1(1): 17-21.

79. MAO
A. A
. &  N. ODYUO. Traditional
fermented foods of the Naga tribes of northeastern India. Indian Journal of
Traditional Knowledge 6(1): 42-45.2007.

80. CHAYA DEORI, S. S. BEGUM & A. A. MAO, 2007.  Ethnobotany of Sujen -a local rice beer of the Deori Tribe of Assam. India J.
Traditional Knowledge 6(1): 126-132.

81. MAO,
A.A
., T.M. HYNNIEWTA & M. SANJAPPA, 2009. Plant wealth of north east
with reference to ethnobotany, Indian J.
Traditional Knowledge
, 8(1): 96-103.

82. MAO,
A.A
. & T.M. HYNNIEWTA, 2011. Plants used as Agricultural
season indicator by Mao Naga tribe,
Manipur, India. Indian J. Traditional
Knowledge
, 10(3): 578-580.

83. LYNGDOH J.P., D. SYIEM & A. A. MAO
2014. Pattern of Traditional Medicine usage in East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya. Indian
J. Traditional Knowledge
13(1): 164-170
.

84. MAO, A. A. 2013. Ethnobotany of
Rhododendrons in North-Eastern India. Ethnobotany 25:124-128.

85. PFOZE, N.L., M. KEHIE, H.KAYANG & A.A. MAO
2014. Estimation of Ethnobotanical Plants of the Naga of North East India. J.
Medicinal Plant Studies 2(3): 92-104

 

 

GENERAL

 

86. MAO,
A. A
. &  T. M. HYNNIEWTA,  1999. Conservation of threatened plants of
North Eastern India. In: B. Kharbuli, D. Syiem & H. Kayang (eds.) Biodiversity
– North East India Perspective
, NEH University, Shillong, pp.37-39.

87. MAO,
A.A
. 1999. Biodiversity: Its economic potentiality in Mao area, impact of
globalisation and state policies. Mao Students’ Delhi-Magazine-cum-journal, pp.
23-26.

88. MAO,
A.A.
2000. Dried flower making- a potential cottage industry in N.E. India.
The Ind. Forester 126(12): 1342-1346.

89. MAO,
A.A.
  &  T.M. HYNNIEWTA, 2000. Orchid Cultivation:
Pests and Diseases. Flora-Van-Dron 1: 5-9.

90. MAO,
A.A
.  Principles of Orchid
cultivation. Flora-Van-Dron  2:1-12.
2001.

91. MAO,  A . A. 
AND  T.M. HYNNIEWTA, 2002. Wild
plants of floriculture potential of N.E. India. Silver Jubilee Souvenir
(1977-2002), Shillong-Agri-Horticultural Soc. 
2002.

92. MAO,
A.A
. (1992-2002). Ecological balance and its importance in the Mao area
context, Decadal Souvenir, Mao Officers’ Union, pp. 29-36. 2002.

93.
RANYAPHI, R.A., A.G. WARJRI &  A.
A. MAO
, 2004(2002). Gaultheria fragrantissima Wall. – an important
wild medicinal plant. In: Philomena Kharrakor, C.R. Deingdoh, Nirupama James
and R. Biswas (eds.) Proceedings on Regional Seminar on the Role of
Biodiversity and Environmental strategies in North east India for Sustainable
Development, 158-161.

94. MAO A. A. 2005. A small butterfly: The nasty pest of
orchids. Orchid News 21: 14.

95. MAO,
A.A
. 2008. Standard of Refereeing in Science Journals, Curr. Sci. 95(11), 10.

96. MAO,
A. A
. 2013. Why is Biological Diversity Important? The Mao Students’ Union
80th Anniversary-cum-Conference Souvenir, 37-40
 

 

Chapter in edited Books

 

97. MAO,
A.A
., D.K. SINGH &  P. TANDON,
2002. Tissue Culture. In: K.P. Singh, N.P. Singh (eds.) – Floristic Diversity
and Conservation Strategies in India, Vol. V. In Situ &  Situ Conservation, BSI, Kolkata.,
pp.3013-3050.

98. MAO,
A. A.,
K.P. SINGH  &  P.K. HAJRA, 2001. Rhododendron. In: K.P.
Singh, N.P. Singh (eds.) – Floristic Diversity and Conservation Strategies in
India, Vol. IV, BSI, Kolkata.pp.2167-2202.

99.
RANYAPHI, R.A., A.A. MAO & S.K. BORTHAKUR, 2010. Propagation package
of Gaultheria fragrantissima Wall., a
commercially important medicinal plant. In S.K. Borthakur, M. Ahmed, P. Gogoi,
D.N. Dutta and G.U. Ahmed (eds.), Medicinal plants of northeast India,
pp.50-70, NEDFI R & D Centre for MAP, Khetri 782403, North Eastern
Development Finance Corporation Ltd., Guwahati.

100. MAO,
A.A
. 2010. Orchid habitats. In: P. Pathak & L. K. Attri (eds.) National
Conference on Orchids: Systematics and
diversity analysis for conservation and sustainable utilisation
, The Orchid
Society of India (TOSI), Botany Department, Panjab University, Chandigarh.
pp.14-16.

101. MAO,
A.A
. 2012. Orchids in Mao area and ecological status. In: A. Kaisii &
H.F. Ariina (eds.) Tribal Philosophy and Culture – Mao Naga of North East
India, Mittal Publication, N. Delhi, 161-167.


 

Dr. A. A. Mao
Scientist-E & H.O.O
Botanical Survey of India
Eastern Regional Centre
Shillong – 793003, India

 

 

 

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