PUBLICATIONS
OF DR. SUBHAN C NATH

 

A. Book:

 

1.   Nath
S C
(Authored) 2011: Plant Folk-Medicines and Medicinal Plants
of North-East India.
CSIR-North East Institute of Science &Technology
(Formerly RRL), Jorhat. Assam. Pages (A4 Size) 166

 

2.  Baruah A and Nath S. C (Edited) 2011:
Aromatic and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkar
Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pages 318

 

3. Baruah A and Nath
S. C
(Edited) 2012: Natural Essential Oils: Fragrances and
Flavours.
Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pages 422


 

B.
Book Chapters:

1. Nath, S. C. & Sarma, T. C. (1997):
Promising Aromatic Plants of Industrial value from Northeast
India. In: S. S. Handa
& K. K. Kaul eds. Supplement to Cultivation and Utilization of Aromatic
Plants.  RRL (CSIR), Jammu-Tawi. Pp. 505
– 512

2.  Nath, S. C. & Baruah, A. (2000): An
effective method for vegetative propagation of two Cinnamon sources. In: V. P. Agarwal & S. K. Gupta eds.
Conservation of Biodiversity. Society of Biosciences,  Muzaffarnagar. Pp.147-154

3.
Saikia, N., Sharma, P. C. &
Nath, S. C. (2000): Studies on the stem
cutting propagation of Taxus wallichiana Zucc.: A potential sources
of drug for anticancer use. In: V. P.
Agarwal & S. K. Gupta eds. Conservation of Biodiversity. Society of Biosciences,
Muzaffarnagar.  Pp.155-164

4.
Baruah, A.,
Nath, S. C. & Boissya, C. L. (2003):
Diversity and Taxonomy of Cinnamomum
members growing in Northeast India with
emphasis on Folier epidermal characters. In:
 P Rethy, P. P. Debral, B. Singh and K. K.
Sood eds. Forest Conservation and Management.
International Book Distributors, Dehra
Dun
.
Pp. 49 –74

5.
Nath,
S. C
. & Baruah, A. (2003):
Diversity of the Higher Plant Wealth of pharmaceutical value of Northeast India in context Conservation and Sustainable
Use: A Glimpse. In:  P. Rethy, P. P. Debral, B. Singh and K. K.
Sood eds. Forest Conservation and Management.
International Book Distributors, Dehra
Dun. Pp. 99- 120

6.  Dutta, M. L. & Nath, S. C. (2003): Ethno
– Medico Botany of the Shyams of Assam.  In:
P. Rethy, P. P. Debral, B. Singh and K.
K. Sood
eds. Forest Conservation and Management. .
International Book Distributors, Dehra
Dun. Pp. 480- 488

7.  Baruah, A. & Nath, S. C.
(2004): Indian Cassia. In: P N Ravindran, N Babu and M Shylaja eds.
Cinnamon and Cassia: The genus
Cinnamomum. CRC Press, Boca-Raton, USA.  Pp. 199-210

8.  Nath, S. C., Baruah, A. & Kanjilal, P. B. (2007): Chemical
compositions of the Root bark and Stem bark Essential Oils of Cinnamomum pauciflorum Nees. In: L. Jirovetz, N. X. Dung and V. K.
Vershney eds. Aromatic Plants of Asia, their Chemistry and Application in Food
and Therapy. Har Krishan Bhalla & Sons Publication, Dehradun India.
Pp. 76-81.

9.  Nath, S. C. & Bora, T. (2007): Folklore medicinal uses of
some plants in Golaghat district of Assam. In:
P. C. Trivedi ed. Ethnomedicinal Plants of India. Aavishkar Publishers,
Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 51-59.

10.
Borah, C. & Nath, S. C. (2008):
Ethnomedicinal plants from the Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary of Assam. In: P. C. Trivedi ed. Indigenous
Ethnomedicinal Plants. Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. Pp. 172-184

11.
Nath, S. C. (2009):  Plant folk medicines practiced for the
treatment of diabetes in Northeastern India. In:
P. C. Trivedi ed. Medicinal
Plants of India.
Aavishkar Publishers, Dristributors, Jaipur. Pp. 84-92.

12.
Nath, S. C. (2010): Plant folk
medicines practiced for the treatment of Gynecological disorders in Northeastern India. In: P. C. Trivedi ed. Ethnic
Tribes and Medicinal Plants. Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. Pp. 158-166.

13.
Dutta, B., Nath, S. C. & Sarmah,
C. M. (2010): Plant folk medicines practiced  
among the Deories of Assam. In: P. C. Trivedi ed. Ethnic Tribes
and Medicinal Plants. Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. Pp. 119-116.

14.
Deori, S., Borkotoky, P. and Nath, S. C.
(2010): Recipes of plant folk medicines practiced for the treatment of Hepatic
disorders in Assam.
 In: P. C. Trivedi ed. Ethnic
Tribes and Medicinal Plants. Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. Pp. 106-118.

15.
Bora, D., Kalita, J. & Nath, S. C.
(2010): Biological activities corroborative of Folklore medicinal claims of
some plant species of Assam.
In: P. C. Trivedi ed. Ethnic Tribes and Medicinal Plants. Pointer
Publishers, Jaipur. P. 127-144.

16.
Kalita, J., Bora, D. and Nath, S. C.
(2010): Ethnobotanical review of medicinal plants used in the treatment of
Malaria in Northeast India. In: P. C.
Trivedi ed. Ethnic Tribes and Medicinal Plants. Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. Pp.
167-178

17.
Bora, D. & Nath, S C. (2011):
Zingiberacean members of commercial importance in Northeast India with emphasis
to Essential oil and Aroma chemicals. In:
A. Baruah and S C Nath eds. Aromatic and Spice Plants: Utilization and
Conservation. Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pp.143-154

18.
Baruah, A. & Nath, S. C. (2011):
Ethnobotany and active component of essential oils of the genus Cinnamomum Schaeffer used as spices and
culinary products in Northeast India. In: A. Baruah and S C Nath eds. Aromatic
and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkar Publishers,
Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 1-13

19.
Baruah, A. & Nath, S. C.  (2011): Systematics and essential oils of Cinnamomum sulphuratum Nees frm Northeast India. In:
A. Baruah and S C Nath eds. Aromatic and Spice Plants: Utilization and
Conservation. Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 101-109

20.
Baruah, A. & Nath, S C. (2011.
Taxonomy and industrial prospect of Cinnamomum
parthenoxylon
Meissn complex growing in Northeast
India. In: A. Baruah and
S C Nath eds. Aromatic and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkar
Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pp.120-127

21.
Baruah, A. & Nath, S. C.
(2011):  Essential oils of Indian Cassia.
In: A. Baruah and S C Nath eds
Aromatic and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkar Publishers,
Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 158-164

22.
Baruah, A & Nath, S C.
(2011):  Foliar epidermal characters of
some chemotypes of Northeast India. In: A. Baruah and S C Nath eds. Aromatic
and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkar Publishers,
Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 217-234

23.
Nath, S C & Baruah, A. (2011):
Commercial potentiality of Litsea cubeba
oil of Indian origin. In: A. Baruah
and S C Nath eds. Aromatic and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation.
Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pp.110-119

24.
Nath, S C & Baruah, A. (2011): Cinnamomum pauciflorum: an additional
and promising source of Cinnamon from Northeastern India.
In: A. Baruah and S C Nath eds.
Aromatic and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkar Publishers,
Distributors, Jaipur. Pp.35-44

25.
Tamuli, P., Baruah, A. Nath, S. C.
& Borua, P. (2011):  Aquilaria malaccensis Lamk.-An Overview. In: A. Baruah and S C Nath eds. Aromatic
and Spice Plants: Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkar Publishers,
Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 45-56

26. Nath S C (2012): Commercial prospect of Litsea cubeba Pers. as a source of Citronellal rich essential oil. In: Baruah A and Nath S C eds Natural
Essential Oils-Fragrances and Flavours. Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors,
Jaipur. Pp.333-339

27. Baruah
A and Nath S C (2012): Introduction
to Natural Essential Oils – Fragrances and Flavours. In: Baruah A and Nath S C eds 
Natural Essential Oils – Fragrances and Flavours. Aavishkar Publishers,
Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 1-11

28.
Baruah A and Nath S C (2012): Essential
oils of ‘Cinnamon” Resources of North-East India. In: Baruah A and Nath S C eds Natural Essential Oils-Fragrances and
Flavours. Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 96-121

29.
Bora D., Nath S C, Aruah A (2012): Cymbopogon members of Commercial
importance in North-East India. In: Baruah A and Nath S C eds Natural
Essential Oils-Fragrances and Flavours. Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors,
Jaipur. Pp. 350-361

30.
Baruah A and Nath S C (2012):
Chemical composition of Essential oils of essential oils of ‘Camphor’ and
‘Gonhsoroi’ group of the genus Cinnamomum
from North-East India. In: Baruah A and Nath S C eds Natural Essential Oils-Fragrances and
Flavours. Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 370-380.

 

C. Papers in Conference Proceedings:

 

1.  Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi, D. N.
(1993): Diversity of Economic Flora in Arunachal Pradesh: Plant Folk medicines
among the Chakma, Singpho and Tangsa Tribals. Himalayan Bidiversity:
Conservation Strategies (U. Dhar ed). G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan
Environment & Development,  Alomora,
India. Pp. 179-189

2.  Nath, S. C. (1996): Ethnobotanic studes
in Northeast India: Crrtain New Essential Oil
crops of promising industrial value. Ethnobiology in Human Welfare (S. K. Jain
ed)). Deep Publication, New Delhi.
Pp 464-467

3.  Baruah, A. & Nath, S. C. (1998): Diversity of Cinnamomum
species in Northeast India – A
micromorphological study with emphasis to venation pattern. Modern Trends in
Biodiversity (A.K. Goal etal eds).
Jaishree Prakashan, Muzaffarnagar. Pp 139-147

4.
Baruah, A.., Nath, S. C. &
Boissya, C.L. (1999):
  Foliar micromorphology of
two Cinnamomum cassia Blume chemotypes growing in Northeast
India in relation to their taxonomy. Proceeding of the 45th
Annual Technical Session, Assam
Science Society, Vol. I: Assam
Science Society. Pp.132-137

5. Tamuli, P., Baruah, P., Nath, S. C.,
Deka Bhuyan, P. & Samanta, R. (1999):
Microfloral study on
Rhizosphere of Aquilaria agalocha Roxb. Proceedings of the 45th
Annual Technical Session, Assam
Science Society, Vol. I: 
Assam Science Society, Guwahati.  Pp. 
196-199

6.
Dutta, M. L. and Nath, S. C. (2000):
Cross cultural Ethno-medico-botanical observation of some plants in North-east India. Proceedings of the 46th
Annual Technical Session, Assam
Science Society, Vol. 2: Assam
Science Society, Guwahati. Pp. 209-217

7.  Saikia, N.,
Kalita, J., Bhattacharyya, P. R., Bhuyan, U. & Nath, S. C. (2000):
Effect of petroleum ether extract of Curcuma zedoaria Rose. on Bihar hairy caterpillar Spilosoma oblique. Proceedings of the 46th Annual
Technical Session, Assam
Science Society, Vol. 2: Assam
Science Society. Pp. 262-267

8.  Saikia, N & Nath, S C (2001): Free amino acids distribution in Leaf and wood
extracts of Aquilaria malaccensis
Lamk. Proceedings of the Seminar on Scope and Dimension of Agar Plantation in NE India (M Ahmed, P. Gogoi & G. U. Ahmed eds). All
Assam Agar Traders & Agar oil Manufacture’s Association, Hojai, Assam.
Pp. 17-27

9.  Kalita, J., Bhattacharyya, P. R. & Nath, S. C. (2001) A study on
bio-ecology of Zeuzera conferta Walker on Agar wood
plantation. Proceedings of the Seminar on Scope and Dimension of Agar
Plantation in NE India (M Ahmed, P. Gogoi
& G. U. Ahmed eds). All Assam Agar Traders & Agar oil Manufacture’s
Association, Hojai, Assam. Pp 39-44

10.
Dutta, M. L. & Nath, S.C. (2002)
Linalool as major component of rhizome and petiole oil of Homolomena aromatica Schott. Proceedings of the 47th
Annual Technical Session of Assam
Science Society, Vol. 3: Assam
Science Society, Guwahati. Pp.184-187

11. Baruah
A and
Nath
S C
(2002): Classification and Affinities of the Genus Cinnamomum Schaeffer based on
Micro-morphological characters. Perspectives of Plant Biodiversity (A P Das
ed). Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra- Dun. Pp. 372-392

12.
Dutta M. L. &
Nath S.C
. (2003) Cross cultural
Ethno-medico-botanical observation of some plants in North-east
India. Proceedings of the 48
th Annual Technical Session
of Assam Science Society (M C Kalita and B K Kar eds), Vol. 4. Assam

Science Society, Guwahati. Pp. 202-216

13.
Baruah, A. &
Nath, S. C. (2004):  Diversity of Cinnamomum species in North-East India-A micro-morphological study
with emphasis to venation pattern. Modern Trend in Biodiversity (A. K. Goal et al. eds). Jaishree Prakashan,
Muzaffarnagar. Pp. 139-147

14.
Dutta M L and
Nath S C (2004): Essential oil components of the
rhizome of Alpinia galanga Wild.
native to Northeast India. Bioprospecting of
Commercially important plants (R C Borah et
al
eds).
Indian Society of Agricultural Biochemists and Assam Agriculture
University, Jorhat
. Pp.
213-216

15. Saikia N and Nath S C
(2004): Evaluation of essential oil characters of Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum L) growing in Assam Valley
conditions of Northeast India. Bioprospecting
of Commercially important plants (R C Borah et
al
eds). Indian Society of Agricultural Biochemists and Assam Agriculture
University, Jorhat. Pp. 73-78

16. Nath,
S C
(2008):
Bio-prospecting and Bio-piracy: Opportunities and Challenges in Conservation
and Sustainable Utilization of Biodiversity (Key Note Speech). Proceedings of
the National seminar on “Bio-piracy – Imminent Threat to the Conservation of
Biodiversity and Bio-prospecting of the Flora and Vegetation of North Eastern
region (R. Borthakur ed) held at DKD College, Dergaon,
Assam on Nov.
7-8.

Pp. 17-21

17. Nath, S. C. (2015):
Diversity, ecology and population dynamics of Aquilaria malaccensis Lamk in North-East India (Key note address). Souvenir cum Abstract Book of the
National Seminar of Recent Advances on Agarwood research in India organized by
Rain Forest Research Institute (CFRE), Jorhat on March, 10-11. Pp. 1-11.

 

 

D. Papers in Foreign (International) Journals:

 

1. Goswami, B. N., Kataky, J. C. S., Baruah, J. N.
& Nath, S. C. (1984):
 Synthesis of 3, 5, Disubstituted 1, 3, 4
Oxadiazole – 2 – Thiones as potential fungicidal agent. Journal of Heterocyclic
Chemistry, 21(1): 205-208 (USA)

2. Holla, B. S., Kalluraya, B. & Nath, S. C. (1988): Synthesis,
characterization, spectral and Antifungal properties of some 5-substituted-1,
3, 4- oxadiazole-2- Thiones and their Mannich bases Journal of Prakt. Chemie
330(4): 549-557 (East
Germany)

3. Bordoloi, M, Sukla, V.S., Nath, S.C. & Sharma,
R.P. (1989): Naturally occuring Cadinenes, Phytochemistry 28(8), 2007-2037
(U.K)

4. Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi, D. N. (1991): Clerodendrum colebrookianum: A folk remedy
for the treatment of Hypertension in North Eastern India. International Journal
of Pharmacognosy 29 (2): 127-129 (Netherlands)

5. Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi, D. N. (1991): Methyl salicylate – the major component of the Stem bark Oil of Betula alnoides Buch- Hem Jaurnal of
Essential Oil Research 3(6): 463-64 (U.S.A.)

6. Nath, S.C. &
Bordoloi, D.N. (1992):
Major components
of the leaf and fruit Essential Oils of Clausena
heptaphylla
W&A growing in Northeast India.
Journal of Essential Oil Research 4(6): 695-56 (USA)

7. Nath, S. C., Saha, B. N.,
Bordoloi, D. N., Mathur, R. K. & Leclercq, P. A. (1994): The chemical
composition of the Essential Oil of Cymbopogon
flexuosus
(Steud) Wats. growing in Northeast India.
J. Essent Oil Research 6 (1): 85-87 (USA)

8. Nath, S. C., Hazarika, A.
K., Baruah, R. N., Singh, R. S. & Ghosh, A. C. (1994): Major Components of
the leaf Oil of Cinnamomum sulphuratum Nees. J.Essent. Oil Research
6(1): 77-78 (USA)

9. Nath, S. C. & Baruah,
A. K. S. (1994): Eugenol as the Major component of the leaf oils of Cinnamomum impressinervium Meissn. J.
Essent. Oil Res. 6(2): 211-212 (USA)

10. Hazarika, A. K. & Nath, S. C. (1995): Methyl Chavicol – The Major component of the
Rhizome Oil of Amomum linguiforme
Benth. J. Essent. Oil Research, 7(3): 325-326 (USA)

11. Nath, S. C. Hazarica, A. K.
& Sarma, K. K. (1996): Chemical composition of the leaf and fruit oil of Clausene heptaphylla W&A from Northeast India. J. Essent. Oil Res. 8(2): 197-198 (USA)

12. Nath, S. C. Pathak, M. G.
Baruah, A. (1996): Benzylbenzoate, the major component of the leaf and stembark
oil of Cinnamoum zeylanicum Blume. J.
Essent. Oil Res. 8(3): 327-328 (USA)

13. Nath, S.C. Hazarica, A.K.,
Baruah, A & Sarma, K.K. (1996): Essential Oils of Litesa cubeba Pers. An additional Chemotype of Potential Industrial
Value from Northeastern India J. Essent. Oil Res. 8(5): 575-576 (USA)


14. Nath, S. C., Hazarica, A.
K. & Baruah,  A. (1996):
Cinnamaldehyde, the Major component of Leaf, Stembark and Rootbark Oil of Cinnamoum pauciflorum Nees. J. Essent.
Oil Res. 8(4): 421-22 (USA)

15. Baruah, A., Nath, S.C.,
Hazarica, A.K. (1997): Essential oils of the Leaf, Stembark and Panicle of Cinnamoum bejolghota (Buch-Ham) Sweet.
J. Essent Oil. Res. 9(2): 243-245 (USA)

16. Gogoi, P., Baruah, P. & Nath, S. C. (1997): Antifungal Activity of the Essential Oil of Litsea cubeba Pers. J. Essent. Oil Res.
9 (2): 213-215 (USA)

17.
Dutta, M. L. &
Nath, S. C. (1998): Ethno-Medico
Botany of the Deories of Assam,
India.
Fitoterapia LXIX (2): 247-254 (Italy)

18. Sarma, K. K., Nath,
S. C
. & Leclereq, P. A. (1999): The essential oil of a varient of Cymbopogon felxuosus (Nees ex steud)
Wats from Northeastern India. J. Essen Oil.
Research 11(3): 381-385 (USA)

19. Baruah, A. Nath,
S. C
. & Leclereq, P. A. (1999): Leaf and Stembark Oils of Cinnamomum sulphuratum from Northeast India. J. Essen. Oil Research 11(2): 194-196 (USA)

20. Baruah, A., Nath,
S. C
. & Leclereq, P. A.
(1999): Leaf and Stembark Oils of Cinnamomum sulphuratum from Northeast India. J. Essen. Oil Research 11(2): 194-196 (USA)

21.
Begum, D. & Nath, S. C. (2000):
Ethnobotanical review of
Medicinal plants used for skin dieases and related problems in Northeastern
India J. Herbs, Spices and Medicinal plants. 7(3): 55-93. (USA)

22. Borthakur, M., Dutta, K., Nath, S. C., and Singh, R. S. (2000) Micro-propagation of Eclipta alba and Eupatarium adenophorum using a single-step nodal cutting technique.
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 62, 239-242 (Netherlands)

23. Baruah, A. and Nath,
S. C
. (2001) Taxonomic status and composition of stem bark oil of a variant
of Cinnamomum bejolghota (Buch-Ham)
Sweet. from Northeast India, Nordic Journal of Botany 22(6): 571-576 (Denmark)

24. Nath, S. C., Sarma, K. K.,
Vajezikova, I. & Leclereq, P. A.(2002): Comparison of volatile
inflorescence oils and taxonomy of certain Cymbopogon taxa described as Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex. Steud.)
Wats. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 30(2): 151-162 (UK)

25. Purkayastha J, Nath S C and Islum M (2005): Ethnobotany of medicinal plants from
Dibru-Saikhowa Biosphere Reserve of Northeast: India. Fitoterapia 76 (1): 121-127
(Italy

26. Tamuly P, Baruah P, Nath, S.C. and
Leclercq  P A. (2005): Essential oil of
Aegle wood tree; A Product of Pathogenesis. Journal of Essential Oil Research
17 (6): 601-604 (USA)

27. Baruah A and Nath S C (2006): Leaf essential oils
of Cinnamomum glanduliferum (Nees)
Meissn and Cinnamomum glaucescens
(Nees) Meissn. Journal of Essential Oil Research 18 (2): 200-202 (USA)

28. Purkayastha J, Nath S C and Klinkhy N (2006): Essential oil of the Rhizome of Curcuma zedoaria (Christm) Rosc. native
to Northeast India. Journal of Essential Oil
Research 18 (2): 154-155 (USA)

29. Purkayastha J and Nath S C (2006): Composition of the Camphor-rich Essential oil of Ocimum basilicum L. native to Northeast India. Journal of Essential Oil Research 18
(3): 332-334 (USA)

30. Nath S C, Baruah A and
Kanjilal P B (2006): Chemical composition of the Leaf  Essential Oil of Cinnamomum pauciflorum Nees. Flavour & Fragrance Journal 21
(3): 531-533 (UK)

31. Baruah, A. and Nath,
S. C.
(2007): Cinnamomum champokianum
sp. nov. from Assam, Northeastern  India.
Nordic Journal of Botany 25 (3/4): 281-285 (Denmark)

32. Baruah, A. and Nath,
S. C.
(2008): Cinnamomum tamala
var. elliptifolium var. nov.  (Lauraceae) 
from North-East India.  Nordic Journal of Botany 26 (3-4): 203-206 (Denmark)

33. Kotoky, R.,
Nath, S. C.
and Kalita, S. (2013):
Variation of Metal Contents in Tea Plants Around Oil
Installations, Assam.
International J. Scientific Research 2(3): 27-29

34.
Kotoky,
R., Nath, S. C. and Kalita, S.
(2013): Effect of Heavy metals on Growth and Root essential Oil of Vativeria zizanoides grown under Jorhat
condition, Assam.
International J. Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences, 2(2); 828-836.

35. Bora, D., Choudhury, J., Bharali, B. K. and Nath, S. C. (2014): New
Medico-Ethnobotanical Report of Alpinia
galanga
(Zingiberaceae)by Chakma Tribe from Tripura in North-East India.
Life Sciences Leaflets (Online), 48: 32-42.

36. Kalita, J., Dutta, P.,Gogoi, P., Bhattacharyya,
P.R. and Nath, S. C.(2014): Biological activity of essential oils of two
variants of Cinnamomum verum Presl
from Noerth-East India on Cllosobruchus
chinensis
(L). International J. Applied Biologyand Pharmaceutical
Technology 5(3), July-August.

37. Chaliha,
B., Lahkar, L., Kotoky, R., Dutta, D. K. and Nath S C. (2014):Major Fatty acid components, Physico-chemical
properties and Trace elements of two Artocarpus
species from North-East India. Journal of International Academic Research for
Multidisciplinary, 2(9): 291-298 (I.F. 1.6)
 

38.
Kalita, J., Bhattacharyya, P.R., Baruah, H.P. D., Unni, B.G., Lekhak, H. and
Nath, S. C.(2015): Association of Zeozera conferta Walker on Agarwood formation
in Aquilaria malaccensis Lamk. Asian
Journal of Plant Science and Research, 5(1): 4-9.

 

 

E. Papers in Indian (National)
Journals:

 

1.  Nath, S.C. & Bordoloi (1983): Fungi-toxic properties of
some wild plant extracts. Journal of Research, 4(1): 34-39

2.  Nath, S.C. & Bordoloi (1984): Fungi-toxicity of Naravelia zeylanica DC extracts
Pesticides 18(4): 13-16

3.   Goswami, B.N., Kataky,
J.C.S., Baruah, J.N., Nath, S.C.
& Bordoloi, D.N.
(1984): Synthesis and Antifungal
activities of some New substituted 1, 2, 4- Triazoles and related compounds.
Journal of Indian Chemical Society LXI (June): 5330-5333

4. Nath, S. C., Bordoloi, D.N., &
Boissya, C.L. (1986): Antifungal substances of Duabanga grandiflora (Roxb.ex
DC) Walp Root bark. Journal of Assam
Science Society 28(2), 11-16

5.  Nath,
S. C
., Rabha, L. C., Hazarika, J. N. & Bordoloi, D. N. (1988):
Observation on medicinal and economic plants of Tirap district, Arunachal

Pradesh. Journal of Economic & Taxonomic Botany, 12(2): 439-446

6. Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi,
D. N.(1988):
Medicinal uses of
Clerodendrum colebrookianum Walp
Himalaya- man & Nature 12(5), 13-14

7.  Nath, S. C., Hazarika, A. K. &
Bordoloi, D. N. (1988): Citral in Litsea
cubeba
Pers from Arunachal Pradesh. Environmental Awareness 11(1-2): 19-20

8.  Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi, D. N. (1988): Northeast India- An
Ethnobotanic Survey. Himalaya- Man & Nature 11 (8-9): 2-6. Reproduced in
RRL News: A Monthly Bulletin of Regional Research Laboratory (CSIR), Jorhat,
Vol. XI (7) of 1988 and in The Assam Tribune: Sunday Reading, dated October 9,
1988 as “Medicinal Herbs in North East: Need to Tap information from Tribal
Practitioner”.

9. Nath,
S. C.
& Bordoloi, D. N.  (1989): Ethnobotanical observation
on some medicinal folklore of Tirap district, Arunachal Pradesh. Journal of
Economic & Taxonomic Botany 13(2): 321-325

10. Nath, S.  C. (1990): Antimalarial Episode: Past, Present and Future. Himalaya
-Man & Nature 14(2-3): 30-34

11. Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi,
D. N. (1991):
Litsaea cubeba– A Cirtal rich source of
Essential oil from North-East India. Journal of Economic Botany and
Phytochemistry, 2(1-4): 21-24

12. Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi,
D. N. (1991):
Major
constituents of the Essential oil of Clausena
heptaphylla
W&A leaves. Indian Perfumer 35(2): 97-99

13. Nath, S. C, Kanjilal P.B. & Bordoloi (1992): Evaluation of Germplasm of
Native Cymbopogon citratus (DC) Staf.
Pafai Journal 14(1): 29-30

14. Bhattacharyya, P.
R.,
Nath, S. C. & Bordoloi, D. N.
(1993):
Insecticidal Activity of Ranunculus
scelaratus
L. against Drosophilla
melanogaster
and Tribolium castaneum. Ind. J. Exp. Biology, 31(1):
85-86

15.  Nath, S. C., Hazarika, A.K., Singh, R.S. & Ghosh,
A.C. (1994): Litsea cubeba: A
Promising source of Citral from Northeast India.
Ind. Perefumer 38 (1): 26-28

16. Nath, S. C. & Baruah,
I. C. (1994): A. Rare Cinnamomum (C.
Sulphuratum Nees)
Discovered in Assam. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot 18(1):
211-212

17. Nath, S. C., Hazarica, A. K. & Singh,
R. S. (1994): Essential Oil of Cinnamomum
tamala
. J. Spice and Arematic Crops, 3(1): 33-35

18. Baruah, K. N.,
Singh, J & Nath, S. C. (1994):
Foliar Morphological and Architectural studies in some species of Cinnamomum Schaeffer My forest 30(1):
61-66

19. Sarma, P. C., Nath, S. C. & Singh, R. S. (1995):
Vegetative propagation of Clerodendrum
colebrookianum
Walp. J. Env & Pollution 2 (1): 39-40

20. Singh, J.,
Baruah, K. N, &  Nath, S. C. (1995):
Comparative Morphological studies of two chemotypes of Cinnamomum camphora (L) J. Presl. Acta. Botanica Indica 23: 127-128

21. Sarma, P .C. & Nath, S. C. (1995): Tricalysia
singularis
K. Schum – A Potential plant for cottage scale Industry in North
East India. J. Biol. Sc. Society of N.E India 2: 53-55

22. Nath, S. C., Rabha, L.C. & Bordoloi (1996): Resource evaulation of
certain aromatic plants growing in the Hills of Northeast India for commercial
possibilities, Indian journal of Hill Farming 7(1): 86-89

23. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (1996): Stomatal diversity in Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don – Some
additional information Phytomorphology 46(4): 365-369

24. Nath, S. C., Baruah, A., Baruah, A.K.
& Ghosh, A.C. (1997): Comparative Morphology and Essential Oil characters
of two variants of Cinnamomum verum
Presl from Northeastern India. J. Plant
anatomy and Morphology 7 (2): 173 – 180

25. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (1997): Studies on the Foliar Epidermal
characters of some members of the Family Euphorbiaceae. Advances in Plant
Sciences 10(1); 117-123

26. Baruah, A.
&  Nath, S. C. (1997): Foliar
Epidermal chartacters in Twelve species of Cinnamomum
Schaeffer (Lauraceae) from Northeastern India.
Phytomorphology 47(2): 127-134

27. Sarma, P.C., Nath, S. C. Sarma, K.K. & Singh,
R.S. (1997): Studies on Blossom
Biology of Ocimum canum Sims. Indian
Perfumer 41 (2): 37-40

28. Sarma, K. K.
& Nath, S.C. (1998): Internode pattern of four Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex Steud)
Wats variants growing in Northeast India. Acta
Botanica Indica 26: 25-28

29. Sarma, K. K., Nath, S.C., Kanjilal, P.B. & Singh, R.S.
(1998): Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex steud). wats. JORLAB L4 & L5: Two Promising Infraspecific categories
from Northeastern India. Advances in Plant
sciences (India)
2 (1): 225-232

30. Sarma, T, C.
& Nath, S. C. (1998): Conservation of Biodervisity and
Ecodevelopment in Northeast India. J. Hum.
Ecol. Special Issue No. 6:63-67

31. Baruah, I. C.
& Nath, S. C. (1998): A systematic census of the Asteracean
Members growing in Assam,
J. Econ and Tax. Bot. 22(1): 1-17

32. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (1998): Germination studies on the seeds of Litsea cubeba Pers – A Promising
essential Oil crop of Industrial value. Ind. Perfumer 42 (2): 86-91

33. Nath, S. C. (1998): Summary of the Completed Project on “Commercial Resources of Cinnamomum species in Eastern Himalayan
region of India:
Survey, Identification and Conservation for Sustainable use” ENVIS Bulletion –
Himalayan Ecology and Development 6(1): 21-22

34. Nath, S. C. & Begum, D (1998):
Bibliographic information on Ethnobotany of Northeast India. Ethnobotany
10(1&11): 122-26

35. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (1999): A simple method for isolation of
Epidermis form dry coriaceous leaves of Lauraceae. Ad. Plant Sciences 12(2):
389-392

36. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (1999): Taxonomic discrimination amongst
certain chemotypes of Cinnamomum
sulphuratum
Nees with emphasis to foliar micromorphology. J. Swamy
Botanical Club 16: 3-7

37. Nath, S. C., Kalita, J. & Saikia, N. (1999):
Germination studies on the seeds of Aquliaria
malaccansis Lamk – A potential crop
for fragrance industry. Indian Perfumer 43(3):159-163

38. Sarma, K.K., Nath, S. C. & Baruah, P.K. (1999):
Karyomorphological studies of four chemo- morphological variants of Cymbopogon flexuoses (Nees ex Steud)
Wats growing in Northeast India. Journal of
Cytology and Genetics 34(2): 161-168

39. Dutta, M. L. & Nath, S. C. (1999):  Ethno-medico botany of the Tai – Ahom of
Assam India. Journal Economic & Taxonomic Botany 23(2): 591-598

40. Sarma, K.K.
& Nath, S. C. (1999): Blossom
biology of Litsea cubeba a promising
essential oil crop of industrial value. Medicinal & Aromatic Plant Sciences
21(3): 679-680

41. Nath, S. C., Baruah, A . & Hazarika,
A.K. (1999): Essential oils of leaves of Cinnamomum
Schaeffer members. Indian Perfumer 43(4) 182-190

42. Baruah A., Nath S. C. & Boissya C.L. (2000): Comparative
Foliar morphology of two chemotypes of Cinnamomum
parthenoxylon
Meissn in relation to taxonomy J. Swamy Botanical club.
17(1&2):25-28

43. Baruah A. & Nath S. C. (2000): Diploid
Autecological and Ploidal Leaf Characters in Rauwolfia serpuntina Beath with emphasis to ecophysiological
adaptibility Advances in Plant Sciences 13(1): 245-251

44. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2000):
Certain
Chemo-Morphological variants of Cinnamomum
bejolghota (Buch-Ham) Sweet.and their
relevance to foliar Micromorphology- J Swamy Botanical Club. 17(1&2):19-23

45. Baruah A. &
Nath, S. C. (2000):
Epidermal studies
in certain chemotypes of Ocimum basilicum L. with Emphasis to their
Taxonomic Status. Journal of Assam
Science Society, 41(1):  6-10.

46. Baruah, A., Nath S. C. & Boissya, C. L. (2000)
Systematics and diversities of Cinnamomum
species used as Tejpat in Northeast India.
Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 24(2): 361-374

47. Saikia,  N., Nath
S. C.
and Dutta, S. (2000): Foliar micromorphological characters of few
taxa of the Genus Aquilaria Lamk growing in Northeast
India. Advances in Plant Sciences 13(11). 551-558

48. Sarma K.K., Nath S.C.
and Borua P.K. (2000): Karyomorphology of Litsea cubeba (Lauraceae). Journal of
Cytology and Genetics 1(NS): 77-79

49. Sarma, K. K.
and Nath, S. C. (2000):  Diversities of Cymbopogon flexuous (Nees ex. Steud) Wats growing in Northeast India – A study with emphasis to epidermal
characters. Advances in Plant Sciences 13 (2). 355-368

50. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S.,C. (2000) Morphology and essential oils of two Cinnamomum
parthenoxylon variants growing in North-East India.
J. Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences 22(1B): 370-376

51. Tamuli, P.
Baruah, P., Nath S. C. & Samanta
R. (2000): Fungi from diseased Agar wood tree (Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.): Two new records. Advances in Forestry
Research in India
22: 182-187

52. Nath, S. C.  (2000): Diversity of the higher plants of
medicinal value growing in Northeast India in
relation to conservation and sustainable use. J. Assam Science Society
(Biodiversity Special) 41(4): 267-288

53. Baruah, A., Nath, S. C. & Hazarika, A. K.
(2001): Methyl cinnamate, the major component of leaf and stem bark oils of Cinnamomum sulphuratum Nees. Indian
Perfumer.45 (1): 39-43

54. Sarma K. K., Nath S. C. and Borua P.K. (2001)
Morphology of certain Cymbopogon flexuous
(Nees ex. Steud) Wats variants with emphasis to ligule, auricle, lamina
base and stem node. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany (Additional
Series) 19: 143-151

55. Baruah A. &
Nath S.C. (2001): Cinnamomum assamicum
S. C. Nath & A. Baruah – A new species from Northeast
India. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 25 (1): 27-32

56. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2001) Tetrabrachy
Sunken – A new stomatal type. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany
(Additional Series) 19: 153

57. Saikia, N, &
Nath, S. C. (2001): Comparative
micromorphological and anatomical characters of Eastern and Western Himalayan
population of Taxus species. J. Assam
Science Society, 42(1); 20-27

58. Baruah, A., Nath, S. C. and Hazarika, A. K. (2001):
Stem bark oil of Cinnamomum iners  Reinw.
Indian Perfumer 45(4): 261-263

59. Kalita, J.,
Bhattacharyya, P. R. and Nath, S. C.
(2002):  Heortia vitesoides Moore
(Lepidotera-Pyralidae) – A serious pest of Agar wood plant (Aquilaria malaccensis Lamk.). GEOBIOS 29
(1): 13-16

60. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2002):
Taxonomic status
of certain chemotypes of Aromatic plant based on epidermal structures. Advances
in Plant Sciences 15(1): 235-239

61. Baruah, A., Nath, S. C. & Hazarika, A. K.
(2002): Essential oil of Cinnamomum
sulphuratum
Nees. – A new chemotype source of spice value from Northeast India. Indian Perfumer 46(2): 89-92

62. Baruah, A. &
Nath, S. C. (2002):
The Wild Cinnamon
Cinnamomum iners Reinw. Fafai
Journal, 4(1): 67-68

63. Nath, S. C. & Saikia, N. (2002)
Indigenous knowledge on utility and utilitarian aspects of Aquilaria malaccensis Lamk. in Northeast India.
Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 1(1): 47-58

64. Baruah, A. &
Nath, S. C. (2002):
A new wonder and promising source of
Cinamon from Northeast India. Indian Spices, 39(3): 21-23

65. Saikia, N. and Nath, S. C. (2003): Ethnomedicinal
observation of some species of the Genus Curcuma
Linn. growing in Assam.
Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 27(2): 430-433

66. Saikia, N.
& Nath, S. C. (2003):
Traditional uses of some plant in
religio-cultural purposes by ‘Koch’ community in Assam,
India.  J. Econ & Taxon. Bot, 27(4):
997-1001

67. Saikia, N.
& Nath, S. C. (2003): Indigenous
practice of treating dental disorders in Assam.  Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany
27(4): 496-499

68. Baruah, A., Nath, S. C. & Hazarika, A. K.
(2003) Essential oil of Cinnamomum glanduliferum (Wall.) Meissn. Indian
Perfumer, 47(1): 83-86

69. Saikia N and
Nath S C (2003): Germination studies of the seeds of Cinnamomum impressinervium
Meissn. Indian Perfumer 47(1): 73-78.

70. Baruah, A &
Nath, S. C. (2003) Comparative
morphology and essential oil characters of two Cinnamomum tamala Nees variants growing in Northeast
India. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 27 (Suppl.):
1201-1209

71. Baruah, A &
Nath, S. C (2003) Panicle and Bark
essential oils of a variant of Cinnamomum bejolghota (Buch-Ham) Sweet. from Northeastern India. Journal of Aromatic and Spice Crops
11(2): 135-137

72. Saikia, N.
& Nath, S. C. (2004):
Anatomical
characters of few infraspecific variants of Aquilaria
malaccensis
Lamk. Bulletin of the
Botanical Survey of India

46 (1-4): 468 – 479

73. Baruah A., Nath S.C.
and Hazarika, A. K. (2004) Fruit essential oil of a variant of Cinnamomum tamala Nees. Indian Perfumer
48 (4): 437-439

74. Baruah, A., Nath, S. C. & Hazarika, A K
(2005).Essential Oils of Cinnamomum
tamala
Nees. – A new chemotype source from Northeast
India. Indian Perfumer 49(4): 433-436

75. Saikia, N &
Nath, S. C. (2005): Seed germination
and seedling growth of Abrus precatorius
Linn. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 29 (2): 352-35

76. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S C (2005). A Systematic
Census on the Cinnamomum Schaeffer (Lauraceae) members growing in North-East India. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic
Botany 29(2): 294-327

77. Purkayastha, J.
& Nath, S. C. (2006): Biological
activities of ethnomedicinal claims of some plant species of Assam. Indian Journal of
Traditional Knowledge 5(2): 229-236

78. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2006): Leaf
anatomy and essential oil characters of Cinnamomum pauciflorum Nees – a potential
spice crop from North-east India. Journal of
Spices and Aromatic Crops 15 (1): 52-56

79. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2006):
Ethnobotanical evaluation of Cinnamomum species
used as spices and condiments in Northeast India.
Ethnobotany 18 (1-2): 27-36

80. Baruah, A, Nath, S C & Hazarika, A K. (2007):
Investigation of the essential oils of   Cinnamomum tamala Nees grown at Jorhat, Assam.
Indian Perfumer 51 (3): 50-52

81. Purkayastha, J., Dutta, M.L.
& Nath, S.C. (2007): Ethnomedicinal
plants from Dibru-Saikhowa biosphere reserve, Assam. Indian Journal Traditional
Koowledge 6(3): 477-480
.

82. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2007):
Systematics and Diversities of Cinnamomum species used as Cinnamon in Northeastern India. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic
Botany 31 (4):872-887

83. Dutta, B. &
Nath, S. C. (2009): Studies on the
Foliar Epidermal characters on Pogostemon benghalensis (B.) O. Ktz. (Lamiaceae)
in Assam.
Ad. Plant Sci. 22 (II): 601-603

84. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2009): Essential
oils of Cinnamomum bejolghota
(Buch-Ham) Sweet. – A Review. Indian Perfumer 53 (2): 39-42

85. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2009): A note on Cinnamomum assamicum Nath & Baruah.
Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 33 (3): 711

86. Baruah, A.
& Nath, S. C. (2009): Foliar
epidermal characters of some chemical races of aromatic plants with emphasis to
their taxonomy. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 33 (3): 557-573

87. Baruah, A., Nath, S.  C. & Hazarika,  A. K.(2010): Investigation of the essential oils of Cinnamomum verum Presl. grown at Lower
Brahmaputra valley
of Assam. Indian Perfumer
54 (3): 21-23

88. Baruah, A. & Nath, S.  C. (2010): Essential oils of Cinnamomum pauciflorum Nees. – An overview of an alternative
promising source of cinnamon spice and oil from Northeast
India. Indian Perfumer, 54
(4): 46-48

89. Dutta, B., Nath S C & Sarma, C.M. (2011): Diversity of Costus speciosus (Koenig.) Sm.
(Zingiberaceae) in Assam.
Advances in Plant Sciences, 24 (1): 257-260

90. Nath, S.  C. & Borah, S. M. (2011): Harnessing
Medicinal Plants through Ethnobotanic Approach. Science & Culture, 77
(11-12): 441-445

91. Borthakur, M.
P., Sharma, D. K., Hazarika, D. and Nath, S. C. (2011): Crop
diversification for Tea plantation: In-vitro
approach for mass multiplication of elite cultivars. Two and a Bud, 58: 80-86

92. Borah, S.M.,
Borah, L. and Nath, S. C. 2012: Ethnomedicinal plants from Disoi Valley Reserve
Forest of Assam. Plant Sciences Feed 2 (4): 59-63

93. Kotoky, R., Nath, S. C. and Kalita, S.2012: Soil characteriostics around oil installation:
lakwa oil field, Assam. NeBIO, 3(4): 15-18.

 

 

F.  Popular
Science Articles:

 

1. Baruah, P & Nath, S. C. (1984 / 85): Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Northeast India – Scope and Prospect. Assam Agrian. Assam Agricultural University,
15:72-73.

2. Nath, S. C. (1988): Ethnobotanic Research in North-East. The Assam
Tribune L (351), dtd. Dec. 25, pp. 4 (Col. 3-8) and 6(Col. 2)

3. Nath, S. C. (1989): Afforestation in India: A look out. The Assam Tribune
LI (96), dt. April 9, pp. 4(Col. 3-6) and 7(Col. 3).

4. Nath, S. C. (1991): Our Green Wealth and our Health, SOUVENIER, 18th
Annul Conference, Federation of CSIR Employees and Workers’ Union &
Association. RRL, Jorhat. pp 22-24

5. Nath, S. C. (1992): Tree is Life – Greening that is why (Assamese
version). The Dainik Janambhumi dt. 5th June, pp.3

6. Nath, S. C. (1992): Environmental Problems: The latest perspective of
Ozone depletion (Assamese version). The Weekly Pabitra, Assam
(13), page 2 (Col. 2-5) and 7  (Col. 2-5)

7. Nath, S. C. (1993): Endangered Wild Animal – The Rhino and its
conservation (assamese version), ‘Dainik Janambhumi’, 5th June-World
Env. Day Issue

8. Nath, S. C. (1994): Folklore and Tradition: A Promising Field for
science practices (Assamese version) ‘Pabitora’ – Souvenir, 60th
Session of Assam Sahitya Sabha, Pp. 79, 80 and 106

9. Nath, S. C. (1994): Medicinal Herbs of Northeast India: Valuable
species in the verge of extinction, (Assamese version), Navajyoti, Pp. 3, 17
and 19

10. Nath, S. C. (1995): Herbal Medicine in Present Perspective (Assamese
version), ‘Dhanantari’ – Souvenir, Exhibition on Medicinal Plants and Herbal
Medicine. The regional Research and Training Centre on Indian Traditional
Treatment, Golaghat and Voluntary Health Association of Assam, Guwahati, pp.
13-17

11. Nath, S. C. (1995): North-East ecosystem
needs Attention. The Eastern Clarion: 5th, June, World Environment
Day Special. Pp. 3

12.  Nath, S. C.
(1996): Rediscovering Mejankari. Science Reporter 33 : 40-41.

13. Nath, S. C. (1996): Plant Resources for
Socio-economic Development (Assamese version). Natun Dainik – An Assamese Daily
from Guwahati, Assam, March 28

14. Nath, S. C. (1996): Northeast Ecosystem in Present Context (Assamese
version). Dainik Janambhumi, an Assamese Daily from Jorhat, Assam,
June 5, World Environment Day.

15. Nath, S. C. (1996): Medicinal Plants: Emerging sources of Drugs for
Cancer and AIDS. Resource North East, A commemorative volume, released on
Annual Technical Session – 1996 of Assam Science Society, Jorhat Branch. Pp
17-18.

16. Nath, S. C. (1997): Tree Plantation in context of Ecodevelopment in Northeast India (Assamese version). Bigyan Botora – A
popular Science Magazine in Assamese version by Assam Science Society,  Assam Agri. Univ., Jorhat 1(1) : 26-28.

17.  Nath, S. C.
(2000): Smaller the leaf size, better the quality of Tejpat spice. Spice India
13(9): 15

18. Nath, S. C. (2000): Herbal Medicine: Growing Demand and Relevance
(Assamese Version). ‘ARUGYA’- An Assamese Megazine on Herbal Medicine Published
by the Regional Research & Training Centre on Indian Traditional Treatment,
Golaghat, Assam
1(1) : 1-3.

19. Nath, S. C. (2001): Best quality “Tejpat” – Cinnamomum impressinervium Meissn. Spice India, 14(5), 5-7.

20. Nath, S. C. (2001): Naga-Dalchini: Cinnamomum bejolghota (Buch-Ham) Sweet. Indian Spice
38(2), 19-20.

21. Nath, S. C. (2002): Our Aromatic and Medicinal Plant Wealth for Export
promotion. Souvenir of the 1st National Jorhat Expo – 2002. Pp 11-18

22. Nath, S. C. (2002): Unique Herbal Wealth of Arunachal Pradish. Souvenir
– a Tribute to Dr. C. N. Saikia, CNS Souvenir Committee, Jorhat, Assam.
Pp 43-47. 

23. Nath, S. C. (2002): Biodiversity of Industrial Crop – Citronella,
Eucalyptus and other Exotic species (Assamese version). In: A.D.Phookan, L. Neog and P. Acharya ed. Medicinal and Aromatic
Plants in the Economics of Assam.
Pp. 65-70.

24. Nath, S. C. (2003): Folklore medicinal plants wealth of Northeast India and its commercial prospect. ‘SYLPAYAN’ –
A Souvenir released on the occasion of ‘Northeast Bihu Mela’ organized by
‘Sylpayan Sanskritik Gosthi’at Jorhat from April 5 to 12, Pp. 68-72.

25. Nath, S. C. (2003): Some new crop potentials for spice and essential
oil industry from Northeast India. Souvenir of
Ixth Convention and National Symposium on ‘Biochemical approaches for utilization
and exploitation of commercially important plants’ organized by Ind. Society
for Agril. Biochemists at AAU, Jorhat from Nov. 12-14. Pp. 29-36.

26.  Nath, S. C.
(2004): Medicinal plants in context of Northeast India
– A Glimpse. Souvenir of National Workshop on ‘Science and Technology for
regional Development – Case for Northeast India’ organized jointly by Tezpur
Univ. IIT, Guwahati and C-MMACS,
Bangalore at IIT, Guwahati, Assam
from Feb. 3-6, Pp. 25-27.

27. Nath, S. C. (2006): Medicinal and Aromatic
plants – its relevance to Health and Environment. ARUGYA – An Assamese Magazine
on Herbal Medicine published by the Regional Research & Training Centre on
Indian Traditional Treatment, Golaghat, 
Assam  4 (1): 27 – 32.

28. Nath, S. C. (2007): The Heritage that leads a breath. Souvenir of the
39th CSIR Bhalnagar Tournament (SSBMT) organized by North East Institute of
Science and Technology (NEIST), Jorhat from December, 18-20 at NEIST, Jorhat.
Pp. 25-29.

29. Nath, S. C. (2008): The plant species, Mejankari in Present context.
ARUGYA – An Assamese Magazine on Herbal Medicine published by the Regional
Research & Training Centre on Indian Traditional Treatment, Golaghat,  Assam 
6 (1): 27 – 32.

30. Nath, S. C. (2008): The Name is whose introduction. In: D. K.
Bora ed.
Abhinandan (Falicitation) Grantha of Dr Gunaram Khanikar- a Traditional
herbal Practitioner.  A Publication of
the Family Members of Dr G. Khanikar. Pp. 18-20

31. Nath, S. C. (2008): Bio-prospecting and
Bio-piracy: Opportunities and Challenges in Conservation and Sustainable
Utilization of Biodiversity. Souvenir cum Abstract of the National Seminar on
Bio-piracy-Imminent Threat to the Conservation of Biodiversity and
Bio-prospecting of the Flora and Vegetation of the North Eastern region (held
at DKD College,
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