LIST
OF PUBLICATIONS OF DR. ARTI GARG

 

BOOKS
: 2


1.  Garg, A. 2006. Bee Botany of Bhimtal
in Western Himalayas. Melissopalynological

     analysis. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal
Singh,   Canaught  place, Dehradun, Uttaranchal.

 

2.  Husain, T., Garg, A. & Agnihotri, P. 2010. Genus Pedicularis
L. (Scrophulariaceae) in

     India (A revisionary study) Bishen Singh
Mahendra Pal Singh,  Canaught  place,

     Dehradun, Uttaranchal.

 

BOOK
CAHPTERS
: 3

 

01. Garg,
A.
2011. The implications of Palynological Studies in Taxonomy. In Workshop on

                   Methods and Approaches in
Plant Systematics.5
th to 14th Dec. 2011.

        Pg. 269-287. CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow.   


02. Joshi,
B.; Garg, A. and Tiwari, A.P. 2012.
Plant Growth response to climate change at

                  elevated
levels of Atmospheric CO
2. In. Emerging
Environmental Challenges and

                  Solution Imperatives. eds.  H.P. Pandey and A.S. Singh. Raj Graphics
19/13,

                  University Rd. Allahabad, U.P., India.


03. Garg, A. and Sachan, S. 2014.
Palynology and techniques of pollen preparation. In, Plant

           Taxonomy and Biosystematics –
Classical and modern Methods,
eds. Rana T. S., Nair,

           K. N. and Upreti, D.K., New India
Publishing Agency, New Delhi.  

 

 

rESEARCH
Papers in Journals
: 84

 

1986

 

1. Agarwal,
A.
; Nigam, S.K. and Nair, P.K.K. 1986. A preliminary
study on the chemical analysis of the pollen grain of Acacia auriculaeformis A.
Cunn. (Mimosaceae)
Journal of
Palynology
22 : 103 – 104


2. Agarwal,
A.
; Nigam, S.K. and Nair, P.K.K. 1986. Chemurgy of
pollen from Acacia auriculaeformis A. Cunn. (Mimosaceae) Jour. of Palynology 22 :
147 – 152.

 

1989

 

3. Agarwal,
A.
and Nair, P.K.K. 1989. Free and protein bound amino
acids of pollen of Acacia auriculaeformis
A. Cunn. (Mimosaceae). Grana 28 : 155 – 157. (5 year Impact
factor – 1.034)

 

1993

 

4. Garg,
A.
and Nair, P.K.K. 1993. Honey bee pollen load as a
bioindicator of bee pastuage in India. Jour.
of Palynology
29 : 87 – 107.

 

1994

 

5. Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1994. Can Eremostachys
superba
be saved from extinction. Current
Science
67 (2) : 80 – 81.

 

6. Rajeshwari, S.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1994. An undescribed Saccharum (Poaceae) from Northeast
Himalaya, India. SIDA 16 (1) : 33 –
36.

 

7. Rajeshwari, S.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A.
1994. A new species of Poa L.
(Poaceae) from Ladakh, India. Jour. of
Japanese Botany  69
: 157 – 161.

 

8. Pant, P.C.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1994. Anaphalis kashmiriana P.C. Pant, R.R. Rao et Arti, A new species of
compositae from Kashmir, India. Jour. of
Japanese Botany 69
: 258 – 261.

 

9. Garg,
A.
and Nair, P.K.K. 1994. Seasonal analysis of Honey
bee pollen loads from temperate zone in Kumaon Himalaya in Uttar Pradesh,
India. 1. Spring season loads from Bhimtal area. Jour. of Palynology 30 :
1 – 34.

 

1995

 

10. T.Husain, B. Datt, Arti Garg and R.R. Rao. 1995. Berberis
sanei
Husain et. al.
(Berberidaceae) a new species from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Bull. Mus. Natl. History Nat. Paris –
Adansonia
 17 (1-2) : 69 – 73. (IF : 0.572)


11. Rajeshwari, S.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1995. Agrostis musjidii S. Rajeshwari, R.R. Rao et Arti (Poaceae). A new species from Jammu and Kashmir in India. The Jour. Of the Ind. Botanical Soc. 74
: 333 – 334.

 

12. Garg, A. 1995.
Palynocontents of bee-collected pollen loads of Autumn season from Bhimtal,
India. TAIWANIA 41 (3) : 167 – 177.
 


1996

13. Rao, R.R. ; T.S. Rana ; Bhaskar Datt and Garg, A. 1995-96. Identifying rare,
endangered and endemic species – The Indian scene. Jour. of Mysore Univ., Section B: Sci. Jour. Vol. 34 : 1 – 11.

 

14. Garg, A. and
Rao, R.R. 1996. Pollination ecology of endangered Eremostachys superba (Labiatae). TAIWANIA 41 (4) : 309 – 321.
 



1997

 

15. Garg. A. 1997.
Apiculture and its role in economy – A case study from Bhimtal. J.E.T.B. 21 (1) : 53 – 65.

 

16. Garg. A. 1997.
Palynotaxonomic studies in two species of Nymphoides.
J.E.T.B. 21 (1) : 151 – 154.

 

17. Garg, A. and
Rao, R.R. 1997. Anthecological relationship between Eremostachys superba and its pollinator. TAIWANIA 42 (2) : 99 – 103.

 

18. Garg, A. and
Rao, R.R. 1997. Observations on the reproductive biology of endangered Eremostachys superba (Labiatae). Proceedings of Ind. Nat. Sci. Acad. B 63
(142) : 79 – 88.

 

19. Garg, A.; T.
Husain and Rao, R.R. 1997. Palynological evidence supporting the identity of
two taxa of Berberis (Berberidaceae)
from Tibet.  SIDA 17 (3) : 575 – 578.

 

20. Garg, A. and
Rao, R.R. 1997. Pollen limitation in endangered Eremostachys superba. TAIWANIA.
42 (4) : 307 – 315.

 

1998

 

21. Garg, A. 1998. Ageratum conyzoides L. an important bee
forage plant in Kumaon regions, Uttar Pradesh. Geophytology 26 (2) : 83 – 87.

 

22.  T. Husain, ; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1998. Berberis lycium complex in India. Feddes Reper. 109 (1998) 5-6 : 385 – 392.

 

23. Rao, R.R., T. Husain, B. Dutt and Garg, A. 1998. Revision of the family
Berberidaceae of India-I.  Rheedea. 8(1) : 1-66.

 

24. Rao, R.R., T. Husain, B. Dutt and Garg, A. 1998. Revision of the family
Berberidaceae of the Indian Region-II. Rheedea
8(2) 109-143.

 

1999

 

25. Rao, R.R., T. Husain, B. Dutt and Garg, A. 1999. Palynology of Berberis in relation to Taxonomy. Rheedea. 9(2): 115-146.

 

2002

 

26. Garg, A and Husain, T. 2002. Pedicularis (Scrophulariaceae)- An
underinvestigated

       genus of botanically  curious plants. Current Science : 83 (2) : 10-11

 

27. T.
Husain and Garg, A.. 2002. The
sanctity of Pedicularis bicornuta Kl.
ex Kl. &    

       Garcke (Scrophulariaceae) in the Indian
cold desearts of Lahaul-Spiti. Current

        Science 83(8):
929-930

 28.
Garg, A.
and Rao, R.R. 2002. Scanning Electron Microscopic Investigation of
the  

      Glandular hairs of Eremostachys superba flowers. Phytomorphology  52(2&3):161-166.

 

2003

 

29.
Husain, T. and  Arti Garg.  2003.    Pedicularis
gracilis
 Wall. ex Benth.

      (Scrophulariaceae) complex in the
Himalayas – A Taxonomic Reinvestigation.

      Taiwania
 
48 (1) : 46-52

 

30. Husain,
T. and Garg, Arti. 2003. A new species of Pedicularis  (Scrophulariaceae) from

      Spiti valley, Himachal Pradesh, India.  J. Jap. Bot. Vol 78 (3) : 162-166

 

31.
Husain, T. and Garg, A. 2003. A new
subspecies of Pedicularis zeylanica

      (Scrophulariaceae) from Western Ghats of
south India.  Systematics and Biodiversity 

      vol 1 (2): 173-175. (new  name for Bull. Natl. Hist. Mus. Nat.).  (Impact Factor- 1.727)

 

32. T.
Husain and Garg, A. 2003. Critical
comments on Pedicularis gracilis Wall. ex

 Benth. Complex. Taiwana
48(3): 194-196.

 

33. Garg, A. and Husain, T.  2003. Strategies adopted by the alpine genus Pedicularis
L.

      (Scrophulariaceae) to overcome
environmental stress. Current Science 85: 1413-1414.


2004

 

34.
T. Husain and Garg, A. 2004. Trachycarpus takil Becc. is not a ‘rare’ palm. Current   

      Science 86(5): 633-634.

 

35. T. Husain
and
Garg,
A.
2004. Secondary succession
in the buffer zone of Corbett

 Tiger
reserve, Uttaranchal. 
Current Science. 87 (4): 417 – 418.

 

36.  T. Husain, Garg,
A.
and P. Agnihotri. 2004.
Yumthang: less-known valley of flowers

 in Sikkim
Himalaya. 
Current
Science
87(9): 1166.

 

37. Garg, A. 2004.  Reproductive Behaviour and Inbreeding
depression in endangered

            Eremostachys
superba
Royle ex Benth. (Labiatae)
in Dehra Dun population, India.

            TAIWANIA
49(4): 237-249.

 

2006

 

38. T. Husain
and
A. Garg. 2006. Lectotypification of Pedicularis roylei
var. speciosa

     
(Scrophulariaceae) and differentiation from the type variety.
Edinb. Journ. Bot.

                  62(1&2): 93-94.

 

39.
Husain, T. ; Garg, A.; Agnihotri, P. and Mill, R.R. 2006. A revision of
Pedicularis series

     Curvipes (Prain) Hurus. (Orobanchaceae). Edinb. Journ. Bot. 63(1): 49-65.

 

40. Garg, A. 2006.  Hippolyita gossypina and —New records on
Two taxa of Asteraceae

      from West Bengal. Rheedea.
Vol 16: 69-70.


2007

 

41. Garg, A.2007. Palynology in India: What is the future? Current Science 93(5)
: 593-594

 

42. Garg,
A.
2007. New records of Asteraceae for West
Bengal.  Phytotaxonomy 7: 38-43.

 

2008

 

43. Garg,
A.
& Gupta, R.K. 2008.
Madak paudha “Cannabis sativa” ke
prati jagrookta.

            Vanaspati
Vani
  17: 86-89 (in Hindi)

 

2009


44. Garg, A. 2009. Pollen – The
underestimated treasure of Taxonomists. Current Science

                        96
(2). 202 – 203.

 

45. Garg, A. 2009. Critical Taxonomic
Appraisal of Some Taxa of Pedicularis
L. from

Indian
Himalayas Belonging to Section Siphonanthae  Taiwania
54(2): 122-133.

 

46. Garg, A. 2009. Plant identification. Current Science 97(2): 131.

 

47. Garg,
A.
2009.An insight into Pedicularis cheilanthifolia Schrenk
Complex

            (Scrophulariaceae).
Taiwania : 54(3): 266-272.

 

48. Garg,
A.
and Sachin, S. Pedicularis vansh ka Vishisht Anukoolan
vu Uttar Jivita.

Vanaspati Vani: 18: 104-105. 2009.

 

49. Garg, A. &
Husain, T. 2009. Impact of microhabitat on different species of  Pedicularis

 L. in Himachal Pradesh: JETB 33.(4): 947-951.

 

50. Garg, A. 2009.
Blumea lanceolaria (Roxb.) Druce var spectabilis (DC.) Randeria

            (Family: Asteraceae): a new record
from West Bengal with taxonomic notes.

       
    JETB 33.(4): 811-813.

 

51. Garg,
A.
2008. New Records of Asteraceae for West Bengal. BOBSI 50: 101-104.

 

2010


52. Garg, A. and Husain, T. 2010. Sikkim Himalaya, the Megadiversity centre of

               
Pedicularis in India.
Taiwania
55(2): 186-191

 

53. Garg,
A. 2010
Nomenclatural Priority; about a new combination of Pedicularis

              
cheilanthifolia
var purpurea Taiwania 55(2): 195-196

 

54. Garg,
A. 2010.
Micromorphological key of the leaf epidermal
features of Berberis

                  L. Taxa 
JETB. 43(2): 415-418.

 

55. Garg,
A. 2010.
Adaptive responses
underpinning speciation in Pedicularis L.

                  (Scrophulariaceae) Current
Science
99(6): 733-736. 2010.

 

56. Garg,
A. 2010.
Relevance of voucher specimens in palynological
publications.

                Current Science 99(8):
996

 

57. Sachan, S. & Garg, A. 2010. Vanaspatiyo
ke Adhyatmik Sandesh.  Vanaspati Vani.

      19: 157- 158.

 

58. Garg, A. 2010. Vigilance
awareness in Science. Current Science 99 (11): 1494

(IF: 0.78)

 

59. Garg, A. 2010. Invasive alien
weed in India, Parthenium hysterophorus L. – Problems

 and
Remedies. J. Non-timebr Forest products. 17(1): 81-83

 

60. Garg, A. &
Sachan, S. 2010. Forensic studies using a Pollen assay. Current Science 99

 (10): 1305.

2011

 

61. Garg,
A. and Rogers,  Zachary, S. 2011. A Palynological
investigation of Daphne

         
papyracea
and Daphne
bholua
(Thymelaeaceae) in India.

         J. Botanical Res. Inst. Texas 5 (2):
635-641.

 

2012

 

62.
Garg,
A.
and Sachan, S. 2012. The Rare Branched Palm, Hyphaene thaibeca (L.) Mart.

         
in an unusual site of India. Ind.
J. Fundamental & Applied Life Sciences
2: 246-249.

 

63. Garg,
A.
& Singh, P. 2012. Jatamansi  ke
aushadhiya upyog avam sanrakshan niti. 

            Vanaspati Vani 21: 85-86.

 

64. Garg,
A.
 2012. A new site for rare
succulent Kleinia grandiflora
(Asteraceae) in India.

            Indian Journal of Forestry. 35(4):
491-492.

 

2013

 

65.
Garg,
A.
and Singh, V. 2013. Mandu Sacred
Grove in Upper Ganga Ramsar Site, Uttar

Pradesh. Current
Science
104 (4): 409-10
(Impact factor – 0.987).

 

66. Garg, A. 2013. Typology of Sacred Groves and their discrimination
from Sacred Sites.

            Current
Science
104 (5): 596-99
(Also summarised on page 566 ‘In this issue’.

(Impact factor –
0.987).

67. Garg, A. 2013. Aroma in Origanum
vulgare
– a useful criterion for delimitation of taxa.

            Internatl.
J. Adv. life sciences Applied Res.
1: 1-3.

 

68. Singh R. Kr. and Garg, A. 2013. Denuded type locality of
endangered grass Isachne

            mysorensis Sundararagh.
its reoccurrence in western Karnataka. Current Science

 

69. Singh R. Kr., Garg, A. and Diwakar, P. G. 2013.
Discovery of Manmanhara, the largest

            flattened plateau of Karnataka and
second largest in India. Current Science 105 (1):

            12-13(IF– 0.987). 

 

70. R.Kr.Singh,
Arti Garg & P.G. Diwakar.
2013. Cryptocoryne cognata Schott and Rotala

            ritchiei
(C.B.Clarke) Koehne – the critically endangered aquatic herbs  on verge of

            extinction. Current
Science

105(4): 437-438.

 

71. Arti Garg, R.Kr.Singh, S. L. Gupta, Singh,
V. and Y. Siddiqui. 2013. Gangetic Dolphins

            plead for mercy. Current Science 105 (7):  887-888 (IF– 0.987). 

72. Garg, A. and Singh, V. 2013. Siddhwari Sacred Grove in Upper Ganga
Ramsar Site of

           Uttar Pradesh. Current Science 105 (8): 1039-1040 (Impact factor –
0.987).

73. Arti
Garg

and
R. Kr. Singh. 2013. Additions to the flora of West-Bengal
from Darjeeling

           district. Indian J. Forestry. 36(3): 363-364.

 

74. Garg, A. & Singh, P. 2013.
Nawabgunj Pakshi Abhyaranya ki Vanaspatik Vividhta

            Vanaspati Vani 22: 12-14. (In Hindi)

 

75. Garg, A. & Singh, V.K. 2013. Upari
Ganga Ramsar Site (Brij Ghat se Narora) Ke Kuch

            Mahatvapurna Aushadhiya Paudhe. Vanaspati Vani 22: 87-89. (In Hindi)

 

76. Garg, A. and Joshi, B. 2013. The alien invasive species of
Nawabgunj Bird Sanctuary in

Uttar
Pradesh and their impact on the wetland ecosystem. Indian J. Forestry. 36(4): 517-522.  

 

2014

 

77.
Singh R. Kr. and Garg, A. 2014. The
translocated Kurdi Angod sacred site –  a

           conservatory
of RET plants of Western Ghats. Current Science 106 (1): 11-12

           (IF– 0.94). 

 

78.
Joshi, B.; Garg, A.; Sikarwar, RLS
and Tiwari, AP. 2014. The altered output of Aloe

            vera
(L.) Burm. f. crop under differential water stress conditions. J. Natural

            Remedies. 14(1):
112-118.

 

79. Garg, A. 2014. Are pollen herbaria redundant? Their utility in
botanical studies.

Curr. Sci. 106
(8): 1049-50 (IF– 0.91). 

 

80. Garg, A. and Joshi, B. 2014. Climate Change, Tree Canopy and
Aquifer influence on
            wetland
habitat. J. Non-Timber Forest Products.
21(1): 53-62.

 
 

81. Garg, A. and Joshi, B. 2014. Shahad –
ek moolyavan khadya samagri. Vigyan Pragati

           (Vishv prakriti sanrakshan divas par
vishesh). July 2014. 54-57. Hindi
article

 

82. Garg, A., Singh, V. and Singh, R. Kr.
2014. Economically Valuable Wild Plant

Resources of Nawabgunj Bird
Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh. J. Non-Timber
Forest

Products.
21(2): 99-104.

 

83.  R. Kr. Singh
and Arti Garg. 2014.
Parthenium hysterophorus L. – neither
noxious nor an

            obnoxious weed. Indian
Forester
140
(12) : 1260-1262.
(IF– 0.3). 

 

84. R. Kr.
Singh and Arti Garg. 2014. Curcuma mukhraniae (Zingiberaceae), A
new species

from western Ghats, India. Indian
J. Forestry
. 37(4): 419-422.

 

85.
Rajeev Kr. Singh and Arti
Garg.
2015. Discovery of the critically endangered bulbous

      herb Crinum woodrowii
(Amaryllidaceae) and its Neotypification. TAPROBANICA

      07(02): 68-71. pls. 1-2. (Indonesia and Sri Lanka).

 

 

2015

 

85. Rajeev Kr. Singh, Arti Garg & Paramjit Singh. 2015.
Lectotypification and a new

      synonym of Ceropegia kachinensis
(Apocynaceae). Phytotaxa 197(3): 215-221.
(IF-1.7). 

 

86.
Rajeev Kr. Singh and Arti
Garg.
2015. A new location for Hubbardia heptaneuron

      (Poaceae). TAPROBANICA 07(02):
111-113. pl. 12. (Indonesia and Sri Lanka).

 

88. Arti Garg, B. Joshi and R. Kr. Singh. 2015. Floral-faunal
mutualism and its role in

      sustenance of the Upper Ganga
Ramsar Site in Uttar Pradesh, India. Geophytology 45(1):

      87-94.


 

Arti Garg,
Botanical Survey of India
Central Regional Centre,
10 Chattham Lines
Allahabad 211002 

 

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