Dr. Sanjeeva Nayaka

Principal Scientist, Lichenology Laboratory

CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute,
Rana Pratap Marg, Lucknow-226001, U.P.

Publication list year-wise


Year 2000


1. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2000. Lichenology in India (1996-2000). British Lichen Society Bulletin. No.
87: 66-67.


2. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2000. An enumeration of lichens from Himachal
Pradesh (H.P), India.
In D.K. Chauhan (ed), Prof. D.D. Nautiyal Commemoration volume, Recent
trends in Botanical Research.
Dept. of Botany, Allahabad University,
Allahabad, India. Pp. 15-31.


 

Year 2001


3. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Divakar, P.K. 2001. Rimelia reticulata in bird nesting. British Lichen Society Bulletin 89: 29-30.


4. Nayaka, S. and Upreti,
D.K. and Divakar, P.K. 2001. Distribution and diversity of lichen in
Meghamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Kambam district, Tamil Nadu, India.
Biological Memoirs 27(1): 51-58.


5. Nayaka, S. and Yadav,
V. 2001. A Preliminary survey of lichens from Sirmaur district, Himachal Pradesh, India. In Challenges in Plant Taxonomy in 21st Century for
Utilisation and Conservation of Plant Diversity, Association of Plant
Taxonomist, BSI, Dehradun, February 20. 2001. (Abstract)


 

Year
2002


6. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Yadava, V. 2002. An enumeration and new records
of lichens from Sirmaur District, Himachal
Pradesh, India.
Phytotaxonomy 2: 49-63.


7. Nayaka, S., Yadav, V.,
Srivastava, R. and Upreti, D.K. 2002. An enumeration and new
records of lichen from Solan district, Himachal Pradesh, India.
Biological memoirs 28(1): 25-33.


8. Nayaka, S. and Upreti,
D.K. 2002. Lichens flora of Sharavati
River Basin, Shimoga
district, Karnataka, India, with six new records. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 26(3):
627-648.


9. Upreti, D.K., Yadav, V and Nayaka, S. A note on lichens from environs of Lucknow district, U.P. India. In Proc. 89th Indian
Science Congress. Lucknow 9: 100. 2002. (Abstract)


10. Upreti, D.K, Nayaka, S. and Divakar, P. Distribution of epiphytic lichens
from Jim Corbet National Park.
In Proc. 89th Indian
Science Congress. Lucknow
9: 92. 2002. (Abstract)


11. Nayaka, S. and
Upreti, D.K. Diversity and distribution of lichen in semi-evergreen and
deciduous forests of Sharavathi
River Basin, Shimoga
district, Karnataka, India. In Proc. 89th Indian Science Congress. Lucknow. 9: 90. 2002. (Abstract)


12. Nayaka, S., Upreti,
D.K. and Saxena, S. Muscicolous lichen of Indian subcontinent. In World conference of Bryology. p
79. Jan 23-30, 2002.
NBRI, Lucknow, India. (Abstract)


13. Nayaka,
S.
, Upreti, D.K. and
Tandon, J. Scope for cryptogamic studies in sacred groves: A case study of
lichens from Maharashtra. In
National Seminar on Taxonomy study and conservation of plant diversity, a
national priority. Association for Plant Taxonomy, National Botanical
Research Institute, Lucknow,
5 – 6th Oct.
2002. (Abstract)


14. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and Subramanian, K.A. 2002. Diversity and conservation of
Lichen flora of Sharavathi
River Basin, Shimoga District, Karnataka, India.
Report submitted as part of Cumulative Impact Assessment Studies in
the Sharavathi
River Basin. A Karnataka
Power Corporation Limited Project. Report submitted to Energy Research
Group. Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian
Institute of Science, Bangalore.
(Technical Report)


 

Year 2003


15. Upreti, D.K., Divakar, P.K. and Nayaka, S. 2003. Notes on species
of the lichen genus Phyllopsora in
India.
Bibliotheca Lichenologica 86:
185-191.


16. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Yadav, V. 2003. Notes on some leprose and
sterile crustose lichens of India. Phytotaxonomy
3: 75-78.


17. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K., Gadgil, M. and Pandey, V. 2003.
Distribution pattern and heavy metal accumulation in lichens of Bangalore
City with special reference to Lalbagh garden. Current Science 84(5): 64-68.


18. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2003. Review of Lichenology in India during
2001-03. British Lichen Society
Bulletin
93: 37-39.


19. Nayaka, S. and Upreti,
D.K. The status of lichen genus Lecanora
Ach. in India.
In 26th Conference of Indian Botanical Society, Jamia Hamdard University.
29-31st
Dec. 2003. New Delhi. India. (Abstract)


20. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. Lichenological activities in Queen Maud Land Area, East Antarctica. In
Research Programmes of Indian Antarctic Expeditions: Retrospect &
prospects. 18-19th
July 2003. National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research
(NCAOR), Goa. (Abstract)


21. Srivastava, R.,
Yadav, V.,
Nayaka, S. & Upreti, D.K. Distribution of macrolichens in some forest
areas of Chamba district, Himachal
Pradesh, India.
In Proc. 90th Indian Science Congress. Bangalore 14: 24. 2003.
(Abstract)


 

Year 2004


22. Nayaka, S. and Upreti,
D.K. 2004. Scope for cryptogamic studies in Sacred Groves – A case study
of lichens from Maharashtra. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 28(1):
209-212.


23. Srivastava, R., Yadav, V., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2004. An enumeration of
lichens from Shimla district, Himachal Pradesh. Geophytology 33 (1-2): 29-34.


24. Phatak, S., Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K., Singh, S.M. and Samuel, C. 2004.
Preliminary observation on lichen flora of Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, Goa, India.
Phytotaxonomy 4: 104-106.


25. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K.,
Phatak, S. and Samuel, C. 2004. Lichens of Bondla and Bhagwan Mahavir
Wildlife Sanctuaries, Goa. Biological Memoirs 30(2): 115-119.


26. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2004. A field
Guide to the common Lichens of Corbett Tiger Reserve.
pp. 1-41. Bishen
Singh Mabedra Pal Singh, Dehra
Dun.


27. Satya, Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka. S.  Diversity of
lichen in and around Amarkantak Hills, Shadol District, Madhya Pradesh. In National Seminar on Recent
Emerging Trends in Plant Science” held at Department of Botany, D.A-V college,
Kanpur,
during 11-12th
December 2004. (Abstract)


28. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Joshi, Y. Activity over rock shelters of
Bhimbetka world heritage zone. In
10th Congress of The International Federation of Rock Art
Organization (IFRAO), held at Agra,
During 28th Nov. 2nd Dec. 2004. (Abstract)


29. Nayaka, S. and Upreti,
D.K. Lichen diversity in Schirmacher Oasis and neighbouring nunataks of East Antarctica. In
National Seminar on Recent Advances in Mycology. Department of
Biosciences, Mangalore
University, Mangalagangothri,
Mangalore, during 2nd & 3rd December 2004. (Abstract)


30. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Pandey, V. Lichenological investigation in
Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica. In Indian Antarctic Research :
Status Review. National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, Vasco da
Gama, Goa and presented a, during 27th
– 29th Oct. 2004. (Abstract)


 

Year 2005


31. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Bajpai, A. 2005. Do lichens still grow in Kolkata City? Current Science 88(3): 338-339.


32. Nayaka, S., Singh,
P.K. and Upreti, D.K. 2005. Fungicidal elements accumulated in Cryptothecia punctulata (Ascomyecetes
lichens) of an arecanut orchard in South India.
J. Environ. Biol. 26(2):
299-300.


33. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Satya. 2005. Enumeration of lichens from Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh, India. Journal of Applied
Biosciences
31(1): 55-63.


34. Upreti, D.K., Divakar, P.K. and Nayaka, S.
2005. Notes on some Indian Pannaraceous lichens. Nova Hedwigia 81(1-2):
97-114.


35. Satya, Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2005.
Shorea robusta – an excellent host tree for lichen growth in India. Current
Science
89(4): 594-595.


36. Upreti, D.K., Divakar, P.K. and Nayaka, S. 2005. Commercial and
ethnic use of lichens in India.
Economic Botany 59(3): 269-273.


37. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2005.
Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica, a
lichenologically interesting region. Current Science 89(7):
1069-1071.


38. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K., Pandey,
V. and Pant, V. 2005. Manganese (Mn) in lichens growing on magnasite rocks
in India.
British Lichen Society Bulletin 97:
66-68.


39. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2005.
Status of Lichen Diversity in Western
Ghats, India.
Sahyadri E-News, Western Ghats Biodiverstity
Information System –
Issue XVI:
http://wgbis.ces.iisc.ernet.in/biodiversity/newsletter/issue16/main_index.htm


40. Nayaka, S. 2005. Studying
Lichens.
Sahyadri E-News, Western Ghats Biodiverstity
Information System –
Issue XVI: http://wgbis.ces.iisc.ernet.in/biodiversity/bio_iden/lichens.htm


41. Shukla, V., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K.
2005. Enumeration of Lichens in Khirsu Forest Park, Pauri Garhwal. Phytotaxonomy
5: 32-34.


42. Satya, Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and
Hussain, T. 2005. Notes on some macro-fungi in proposed Achanakmar
Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
Phytotaxonomy
5: 96-99.


43. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. Scope for lichenological studies in India. In National
Symposium on Plant Science Research in India : Challenges and
Prospects. Botanical Survey of India, Dehradun, during 24th
– 26th Oct. 2005.
(Abstract)


44. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. Lichen flora of Pune City
(India)
with reference to air pollution. In Third International Conference
on Plants and Environmental Pollution. International Society of
Environmental Botanists and National Botanical Research Institute Lucknow, India, during 28th
Nov – 2nd
Dec. 2005.
(Abstract)


45. Satya, Upreti, D.K.
and
Nayaka, S. Lichen communities of Amarkantak Hills, Madhya Pradesh and their
use in biomonitoring studies in the area. In Third International
Conference on Plants and Environmental Pollution. International Society of
Environmental Botanists and National Botanical Research Institute Lucknow, India, during 28th
Nov – 2nd
Dec. 2005.
(Abstract)


46. Shukla, V., Upreti,
D.K. and
Nayaka, S. Physiological response in lichen species Phaeophyscia hispidula (Ach.)
Essl., in relation to bioaccumulation of heavy metals. In Third
International Conference on Plants and Environmental Pollution.
International Society of Environmental Botanists and National Botanical
Research Institute Lucknow,
India,
during 28th Nov –
2nd Dec. 2005.
(Abstract)


 

Year 2006


47. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2006. Anisomeridium
calcicolum
sp. nov. and further new records of pyrenocarpous lichens
from India.
Lichenologist 38(3): 231-233.


48. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S., and Andreev, M.P. 2006. Notes on some species of lichen genus Lecidea
from India.
Mycotaxon 95: 323-330.


49. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and Lumbsch, T.H. 2006. Two new species of Lecanora from
India.
Lichenologist 38(5): 421-424.


50. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2006. Schadonia indica, a new corticolous species from
tropical India.
Mycotaxon 97: 275-278.


51. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2006. Chroodiscus himalayanus, an new
species from India.
Mycotaxon 98: 247-251.


52. Shukla, V., Upreti,
D.K. and
Nayaka, S. 2006. Heavy metal accumulation in lichens of Dehra Dun City,
Uttaranchal, India. Indian J. Environ.
Sciences
10(2): 165-169.


53. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K., Phatak, S. and Samuel, C. 2006. Preliminary
observation on lichen flora of coconut and arecanut orchards of Goa, India.
Phytotaxonomy 6: 23-25.


54. Upreti, D.K., Bajpai,
R. and
Nayaka, S. Diversity of lichens in North Sikkim,
Eastern Himalayas. In National
symposium on issues and challenges for environmental management: Vision
2025. Department of Environmental Sciences, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar
(Central) University, Lucknow,
during 17th – 19th Feb. 2006.
(Abstract)


55. Satya, Nayaka, S and Upreti, D.K. Preliminary observation on fleshy macro-fungi of
Amarkantak Achanakmar Biosphere Reserve. In National symposium on
issues and challenges for environmental management: Vision 2025.
Department of Environmental Sciences, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar (Central)
University, Lucknow,
during 17th – 19th Feb. 2006.
(Abstract)


56. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. Contribution
to the biodiversity of Antarctica:
Lichens of Schirmacher  Oasis. In
Seminar on Antarctic contributions in global perspectives. Silver
Jubilee of Indian Antarctic Programme. National Centre for Antarctic and
Ocean Research, Goa, during 25th
– 26th May 2006. (Abstract)


 

Year 2007


57. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S., Divakar, P.K. and Elix, J.A. 2007. Addition to the parmelioid
lichen flora of India.
The Indian Forester 133(1): 139-142.


58. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S., Tandon, J. and
Bajpai, A. 2007. Lichens of Kolkata
City and Indian Botanical Garden, West
Bengal. J. Appl. Biosci. 33(1): 70-72.


59. Ahti, T., Upreti,
D.K. and
Nayaka, S. 2007. Cladonia luetenscens, a new species from Himalayas. Mycotaxon
101: 25-27.


60. Singh, S.M., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K.
2007. Lichen communities in Larsemann Hills, East
Antarctica. Current Science 93(12): 1670-1672.


61. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2007. Notes on some interesting micro lichens
from India.
Indian J. Forestry. 30(4): 509-510.


62. Nayaka, S., Satya and Upreti,
D.K. 2007. Lichen diversity in Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary, core zone
area of proposed Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve, Chhattisgarh. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 31(1): 133-142.


63. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and
Saxena, S. 2007. Muscicolous lichens of Indian subcontinent. In V.
Nath and A.K. Asthana (eds), Current Trends in Bryology. Bishen
Singh Mabedra Pal Singh, Dehra
Dun. Pp. 245-254.


64. Ureti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Punetha, N. Scope of taxonomical studies on lichens of India. In
State level seminar on Opportunities and scope for research in
Government colleges. L.S.M.
Government Postgraduate
College,
Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand during 16th – 17th March
2007.
(Abstract)


65. Nayaka, S. and Upreti,
D.K. Bharatiya shaik vividhata tatha unaka aartihik mahatva (In Hindi). In
Rashtriya sangoshti – Vartamaan sandarbh mein jaiv vividhata ka
mahatva. National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, during 22nd – 23rd
Nov. 2007.
(Abstract)


66. Nayaka,
S.
Diversity and distribution of lichens in Katarniaghat
Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh. In 30th Botanical
Conference of Indian Botanical Society. Jiwaji University,
Gwalior,
during 28th – 30th Nov. 2007.
(Abstract)


67. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2007.
Rashtriya vanaspati udyaan mein pakshi nirikshan (bird watching) (In
Hindi): Vigyan vaani 13: 98-108. 
(Popular article)


68. Upreti,
D.K., Nayaka, S. and Khare, R. 2007. Prachur vanya jeev tatha shaik
vividhata yukt van vihaar: Katarniaghat (In Hinid). Vigyan vaani
13: 92-97. (Popular article)


69. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2007. Ecological studies on the lichen flora of
Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary
. Council of Science and Technology,
U.P. (
Technical Report)


 

Year 2008


70. Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2008. Need
for creation of lichen gardens and sanctuaries in India. Current
Science
94(8): 976-978.


71. Upreti,
D.K., Joshi, Y., Divakar, P.K., Lumbsch, H.T. and Nayaka. S. 2008. Notes on some interesting lichens from Western Ghats in India. Phytotaxonomy 8:
113-116.


72. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2008. Distribution and diversity of lichens in
Schirmacher Oasis, and neighbouring Nunataks, East
Antarctica. 22nd Indian Expedition to Antarctica, Technical Publication No. 20. Ministry
of Earth Sciences. New Delhi. Pp. 227-241.
(Technical Report)


73. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. Diversity of Western Himalayan lichens and their
economic importance. In National
Symposium on Plants Resources of India: Linking conservation, livelihood
and culture. Sri Jagadguru Chandrashekara Bharathi Memorial (JCBM)
College, Sringeri, during 14th – 15th March 2008.
(Abstract)


74.  Ranjan, S.,
Saxena, P., Nayaka, S., Pathre, U.V. and Singh, R. 2008. Assessing
vitality of Himalayan lichens by the chlorophyll fluorescence parameter Fv/Fm. In
31st All India
Botanical Conference and International Symposium on Plant Biology and
Environmental: Changing Scenario. University
of Allahabad, Allahabad, during 17
th
– 18th Dec. 2008. (Abstract)


75.  Khare,
R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2008. Usnic acid: pharmacologically
remarkable lichen secondary metabolite. In 3rd J & K State
Science Congress, Jammu
University, Jammu, during 26th
– 28th Feb. 2008. (Abstract).

 

Year 2009


76. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and
Bajpai, R. 2009. Diversity and adaptive response of lichens in Antarctica.
In K.R. Sridhar (ed.). Frontiers in fungal ecology, diversity
and metabolites.
I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New
Delhi. Pp. 107-123.


77. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Joshi, Y.
2009. Ramboldia amarkantakana (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota), a new
lichen species from India. Mycotaxon 107: 239-242.


78. Khare, R., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and
Gupta, R.K. 2009. Diversity of soil lichens in India. In R.K.
Gupta, M. Kumar and D. Vyas (eds.). Soil microflora. Daya
Publishing House, Delhi. Pp. 64-75.


79. Upreti,
D.K., Nath, V., Khare, P.B., Suseela, M.R., Asthana, A.K. and Nayaka,
S.
2009. Present status of Linnaean names of Indian cryptogams. Proc.
Nat. Acad. Sci. India.
Sect. B 79: 26-33.


80. Nayaka, S., Ranjan, S., Saxena,
P., Pathre, U.V., Upreti, D.K. and Singh, R. 2009. Assessing the vitality
of Himalayan lichens by measuring their photosynthetic performances using
chlorophyll fluorescence technique
. Currenst Science 97(4): 538-545.


81. Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Dubey,
U. 2009.
Air pollution
monitoring studies with lichens in India. Applied Botany Abstracts 29(2):
174-186.


82. Bajapai,
R., Upreti, D.K., Dwivedi, S.K. and Nayaka, S. 2009. Lichens as
quantitative biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal deposition in Central
India. J. Atmospheric Chemistry 63: 235-246.


83. Upreti,
D.K., Bajpai, R. and Nayaka, S. 2009. Indian monuments need lichen
biodeterioration study. New Horizons 7: 64-69.


84.    Bajpai, R., Dwivedi, A.,
Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2009. Enumeration of lichens from Hoogly and
Nadia districts  of West Bengal, India. Phytotaxonomy 9: 1-6.


85. Nayaka, S. 2009. Antarcticadalli Bharatiyaru – Ondu
anubhava kathana. Vijnaana Karnataka 32(1-4): 55-66. (Popular
article).


86. Nayaka, S., Kumar, A., Pathre, U. and Upreti, D.K. 2009. Estimating carbon stable isotope composition
in lichens of Schirmacher Oasis, E. Antarctica.
In International Conference on Polar Science and Technology. New Delhi, during 4th
– 6th Oct. 2009 (Abstract).


87. Nayaka, S., Kumar, A., Singh, R., Upreti, D.K. and Pathre, U.V.
2009. Stable carbon isotopes in lichens of Schirmacher Oasis, Antarctica under changing climate.
In National Conference on Climatic Changes Druing
the Quaternary: Special Reference to Polar Regions
and Southern Ocean. National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, Goa and Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleobotany, Lucknow, during 22nd
– 23rd Oct. 2009

(Abstract).


88. Nayaka,
S.
, Singh, R.,
Pathre, U.V. and Upreti, D.K. 2009. Desiccation tolerance study in
Himalayan and Antarctic lichens. In 32nd All India
Botanical Conference and International Symposium on Diversity of Plants
and Microbes: Present Scenario. Kuvempu
University,
Shankaraghatta during 28th – 30th Dec. 2009 (Abstract).


89. Bajpai, R., Upreti, D.K., Pandey, V. and Nayaka,
S.
2009. Arsenic and its interaction in transplanted lichen Pyxine
cocoes
(Sw.) Nyl.
In
32nd All India
Botanical Conference and International Symposium on Diversity of Plants
and Microbes: Present Scenario. Kuvempu
University,
Shankaraghatta during 28th – 30th Dec. 2009 (Abstract).


 

Year 2010


90. Bajpai,
R., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Kumari, B. 2010. Biodiversity,
bioaccumulation and physiological changes in lichens growing in the
vicinity of coal-based thermal power plant of Raebareli district, north India. Journal
of Hazardous Material.
174: 429-436.


91. Vinayaka,
K.S, Krishnamurthy, Y.L and Nayaka S. 2010. Macrolichen flora of
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka, India. Annales of Forestry
18(1): 81-90.


92. Bajpai,
R., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2010. Accumulation of Arsenic and
Fluoride in lichen Pyxine cocoes (Sw.) Nyl., growing in the
vicinity of coal-based thermal power plant at Raebareli, Inida. Journal
of Experimental Science
1(4): 37-40. 


93. Upreti,
D.K., Nayaka, S. and Chatterjee, S. 2010. Lichen diversity of
Uttarakhand Himalaya. In P.L. Uniyal, B.P. Chamola and D.P. Semwal
(eds.). The Plant Wealth of Uttarakhand. Jagdamba Publishing Co., New Delhi. Pp.
79-196.


94. Nayaka,
S.
, Upreti, D.K. and
Khare, R. 2010. Medicinal lichens of India. In P.C. Trivedi (ed.). Drugs
from Plants.
Avishkar Publishers Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 1-38.


95. Dubey, U,
Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2010. A new species of Leiorreuma
Eschw. from India.
Lichenologist
42(6): 711-713.


96. Joshi,
S., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka. S. 2010. A new species of
non-lichenized genus Stictis (Ostropales, Lecanoromycetes) from India.
Mycotaxon
113: 157-162.


97. Bajpai,
R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2010. Calcium accumulation
in lichens of Bhimbetka rock shelter – World Heritage Zone, India.
British Lichen Society
Bulletin
107: 71-76.


98. Upreti,
D.K., Joshi, Y., Nayaka, S. and Joshi, S. 2010. News records of
some interesting squamulose lichens from Western Himalaya. Geophytology
38(1-2): 85-91.


99. Biju, H.,
Bagool, R.G. and Nayaka, S. 2010. Additions to the lichen flora of
Kerala State I: Parmelioid macro-lichens. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 34(4):
890-897.


100. Upreti,
D.K., Joshi, S. and Nayaka, S. 2010. Chemistry of common dye
yielding lichens of India. ENVIS, Forestry Bulletin 10(1): 122-133.


101. Nayaka,
S.,
Upreti, D.K.,
Punjani, B., Dubey, U. and Rawal. J. 2010. New records and notes on some
interesting lichens of family Roccellaceae from India. Phytotaxonomy 10:
127-133.


102. Upreti,
D.K., Mishra, G.K., Nayaka, S. and Punetha, N. Common lichens of
Pithoragarh district. In National Workshop on Landslide and
Environmental Degradation in Hilly Terrains. L.S.M. Govt.
Postgraduate Degree College,
Pithoragarah, during 4th – 6th June 2010 (Abstract).


103. Joshi,
S., Mishra, G.K., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. Using lichens to estimate
date and frequency of paleolandslides. In 1st Indian
Landslide Congress. Lucknow
University, Lucknow, during 1st
– 2nd Nov. 2010. (Abstract).


104. Mishra, G.K., Upreti, D.K. and Nayak,
S.
Floristic account of lichens in Narayan Ashram, Pithoragarh district,
Uttarakhand. In 33rd Conference of Indian Botanical
Society and International Symposium on the New Horizons of Botany. Shivaji
University, Kolhapur, during 10th – 12th Nov. 2010. (Abstract).


105. Rai, H.,
Gupta, R.K., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. Terricolous Lichens as
indicators of habitat variability and human-related impacts in Garhwal
Himalaya. In 5th
Uttarakhand State Science and Technology Congress, Doon University,
Dhradun, during 10-12 Nov. 2011. (Abstract).


106. Nayaka,
S.
and Upreti, D.K.
Medicinal potential of lichens: Challenges and Opportunities. In International
Conference on Folk and Herbal Medicine. Mohanlal Sukhadia
University, Udaipur, during 25th
– 27th Nov. 2010. (Abstract).


107. Joshi,
S., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. Lichenometric studies in India. In Fourth
International Conference on Plants and Environment Pollution. National
Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow,
during 8th – 11th Dec. 2010.
(Abstract).


108. Bajpai,
R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. Determination of arsenic and heavy
metals concentration in lichen Graphis ceylanica occurring in
Hoogly district, West Bengal. In Fourth International Conference on
Plants and Environment Pollution. National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, during 8th
– 11th Dec. 2010. (Abstract).


109. Bajpai,
R., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. Hyper arsenic accumulating lichens
in India.
In Fourth International Conference on Plants and Environment
Pollution. National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, during 8th – 11th
Dec. 2010. (Abstract).


110. Reddy,
M.A., Nayaka, S., Reddy, V.L., Shankar, P.C. and Reddy, S.R. In
Vitro Antimicrobial activity of lichen Parmotrema mesotropum (Müll.
Arg.) Hale extracts. In 2nd International Seminar on
Medicinal Plants & Herbal Products & International Herbo Expo –
2010, Depart. of Botany, S.V. University; AP Medicinal & Aromatic
Plants Board; A.P. State Council of Science & Technology (APCOST);
Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India, Hyderabad, during 27th
– 29th  December 2010. (Abstract).


 

Year 2011


111. Bajpai, R., Mishra, G.K., Mohabe, S., Upreti,
D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2011. Determination of atmospheric heavy metal
using two lichen species in Katni and Rewa cities, India. J. Environ.
Biology.
32: 195-199.


112.  Mishra, G.K., Upreti, D.K.
and Nayaka, S. and Haridas, B. 2011. New taxa and new reports of Phyllopsora
(lichenized Ascomycotina) from India. Mycotaxon. 115: 29-44.


113. Nayaka,
S.,
Upreti, D.K. and
Singh, R. 2011. Water relation of some common lichens occurring in
Schirmacher Oasis. In J. Singh and H.N. Datta (eds.). Antarctica: The
Most Interactive Ice-Air-Ocean Environment
. Science Publishers, Inc.
Pp. 163-172.


114. Upreti,
D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2011. Affinities
of Indian lichen flora vis-à-vis Antarctic and Schirmacher Oasis.
In J. Singh and H.N. Datta (eds.). Antarctica: The Most Interactive
Ice-Air-Ocean Environment
. Science Publishers, Inc. Pp. 149-161.


115. Upreti,
D.K., Dubey, U. and Nayaka, S. 2011. A new isidiate species of Hemithecium
Trevis. (Ascomycota, Graphidaceae) from India. Lichenologist
43(5): 483-485.


116. Hazarika,
N., Daimari, R., Nayaka, S. and Hoque, R. 2011. What do epiphytic
lichens of Guwahati City indicate? Current Science 101(7): 824.


117. Bajpai,
R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2011. Distribution of lichens on
four trees in East and South Districts of Sikkim. Biozone 3:
406-419.


118. Joseph,
S., Nayaka, S. and Ramachandran, V.S. 2011. Addition to the lichen
flora of Nilgiris in Tamil Nadu. ENVIS News Letter (BSI) 16(1): 6.


119. Nayaka,
S.,
Upreti, D.K. and
Khare, R. 2011. Diversity and distribution of lichens in Katarniaghat
Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh. J. Indian Bot. Soc. 90(3&4):
360-366.


120. Reddy,
M.A., Nayaka, S., Shankar, P.C., Reddy, S.R. and Rao, B.R.P. 2011.
New records and checklist of lichens for Andhra Pradesh, India. Indian
Forester
137(12): 1371-1376.


121. Nag, P.,
Rai, H., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Gupta, R.K. 2011. Epiphytic
lichens as indicators of land-use pattern and forest harvesting in a
community forest in west Nepal. Botanica Orientalis – Journal of Plant
Science
8: 24-32.


122. Rai, H.,
Khare, R., Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and Gupta, R.K. 2011. Lichen
synusiae in East Antarctica (Schirmacher Oasis and Larsemann Hills):
substratum and morphological preferences. Czech Polar Reports 1(2):
65-77.


123. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2011. Lichens diversity in Western Ghats: Need
for quantitative assessment and conservation. Commissioned Paper,
Report of the Western Ghats Ecological Expert Panel. Ministry of
Environment and Forests, New Delhi.


124. Nayaka,
S.
and Upreti, D.K.
An inventory of lichens in Uttar Pradesh through bibliographic
compilation. In National Conference on Forest Biodiversity: Earth’s
Living Treasure. Uttar Pradesh State Biodiversity Board, Lucknow, during
22nd May, 2011. Pp. 24-35 (Conference Proceedings).   


125. Rai, H.,
Khare, R., Upeti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. Epiphytic lichens as
indicators of land utilization and unconstrained timber harvesting in
western Nepal. In International Conference on Plant Science in Post
Genomic Era (ICPSPGE-2011). Sambalpur University, Orissa, during 17th
– 19th Feb. 2011. (Abstract).


126. Bajpai, R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K.
Survival strategies of lichen Pyxine cocoes against arsenic stress.
In International Conference on Plant Science in Post Genomic Era (ICPSPGE-2011).
Sambalpur University, Orissa, during 17th – 19th
Feb. 2011. (Abstract).


127. Singh, R.,
Ranjan, S., Soni, D., Nayaka, S. and Shirke, P. Desiccation
tolerance in the lichen: Physiological and biochemical changes during
desiccation and recovery. In International Conference on Plant
Science in Post Genomic Era (ICPSPGE-2011). Sambalpur University, Orissa,
during 17th – 19th Feb. 2011. (Abstract).


128. Nayaka,
S.,
Prasad, R. and
Upreti, D.K. 2011. New addition to the lichen flora of Uttar Pradesh. In
34th All India Botanical Conference, Lucknow University,
Lucknow, during 10th – 12th October 2011. (Abstract).


129. Karakoti,
N., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2011. Spatial heterogeneity in the
physiologically active zones of liche Pyxine cocoes (Sw.) Nyl. In
34th All India Botanical Conference, Lucknow University,
Lucknow, during 10th – 12th October 2011. (Abstract).


130. Reddy,
M.A., Devi, B.A., Nayaka, S., Shankar, P.C., Reddy, S.R.G. and Rao,
B.R. 20111. Medicinal lichens of Rayalaseema forests of Andhra Pradesh,
India. In National Seminar on Environment and Sustainable
Development, Departmnet of Environmental Sciences, Acharya Nagarjuna
University, Nagarjunanagar, during 28th – 29th
October, 2011 (Abstract).


131. Nayaka,
S.,
Upreti, D.K. and
Rai, H. 2011. An outline of lichen diversity in Uttarakhand, India. In 6th
Uttarkhand State Science and Technology Congress, Kumaun University,
S.S.J. Campus, Almora, during 14th -16th November
2011. (Abstract).


 

Year 2012


132. Joshi,
S., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2012. Two new species in the lichen
genus Phlyctis (Phlyctidaceae) from India. Lichenologist
44(3): 363-369.


133. Vinayaka,
K.S., Nayaka, S., Krishnamurthy, Y.L. and Upreti, D.K. 2012. A
report on some macrolichens new to Karnataka. Journal of Threatened
Taxa
4(1): 2318–2321.


134. Joshi,
S., Upreti, D.K., Das. P. and Nayaka,
S.
2012. Lichenometry: A technique to date natural hazards. Earth
Science India
5(2): 1-16.


135. Bajpai, R., Pandey, A.K., Deeba, F., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka,
S.
& Pandey, V. 2012
. Physiological effects of arsenate on transplant
thalli of the lichen Pyxine cocoes (Sw.) Nyl.
Environ. Sci.
Pollut. Res
19: 1494-1502.


136. Joshi, S., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2012.
The lichen genus Chapsa (Graphidaceae) in India. Mycotaxon. 120.
23-33.


137. Papong, K., Nayaka, S. and Lumbsch, H.T. 2012. Two new species and a new record of Lecanora
sensu stricto (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota) from India.
Phytotaxa 68: 24–28.


138. Logesh, A.R., Upreti, D.K., Kalaiselvam, M., Nayaka, S.
and Kathiresan, K. 2012. Lichen flora of Pichavaram and Muthupet mangroves
(south coast of India). Mycosphere 3(5). 884–888.


139 .Mishra, G.K., Upreti, D.K. Nayaka, S. and Punehta, N. 2012.
An enumeration of lichens from Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand with Bacidia
delicate
as new record for India. Phytotaxonomy 12: 105-108.


140. Bajpai, R., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Dubey, U.
2012. Lichen flora in and around Mahabaleshwar, Satara district, Maharashtra
with Lecanora expallens Ach., as new record to Indian lichen flora. Phytotaxonomy
12: 123-130.


141. Biju, H., Bagool, R.G. & Nayaka, S. 2012. Addition to the lichen flora of Kerala State II:
Graphidaceae. Journal of Economic and
Taxonomic Botany
36(4): 867-873.


142. Ayyappadasan, G., Ponmurugan, P., Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and K. Kartikeya. 2012. Diversity and
distribution of lichen species at Eastern Ghats of Tamil Nadu. In P. Ponmurugan, P. Prabhu, G.
Ayyappadasan and R.G. Babu (eds.). Current
Scenario in Biotechnology.
Bloombsbury Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. Pp. 118-126.


143. Nanthini, R., Mithirai, M., Ayyappadasan, G., Ponmurugan, P.,
Nayaka, S. and Preetha, M. 2012.
Biomedical potential of Parmelioid lichens obtained from local shop of Erode
and Tripur districts of Tamil Nadu. In P.
Ponmurugan, P. Prabhu, G. Ayyappadasan and R.G. Babu (eds.). Current Scenario in Biotechnology. Bloombsbury
Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., New
Delhi. Pp. 171-179
.


144. Bajpai, R.,
Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. & Dwivedi, S.K. 2012. Lichen
biodeterioration studies in India: An overview. In
Bioremediation of Pollutants (Eds. R.C.
Dubey & D.K. Maheshwari). I.K. International Publishing House, New
Delhi. Pp. 63-73.


145. Nayaka,
S.
, Upreti, D.K. and
Ingle, K.K. 2012. Mangroves of India: Potential habitats for unique lichen
flora. In National Conference on Marine Biodiversity: One ocean –
many worlds of life (International Day for Biological Diversity), Uttar
Pradesh State Biodiversity Board, Lucknow, during 22nd May 2012
(Conference proceedings).


146. Nayaka,
S.
and Upreti, D.K.
2012. An overview of lichen diversity and conservation in Western Ghats,
India. In The 7th IAL Symposium. Lichens: from genome to
ecosystems in an changing world. Chaophya Park Hotel, Bangkok, during 9th
-13th January 2012. (Abstract).


147. Nayaka,
S.
and Upreti, D.K.
2012. Diversity and distribution of lichen family Parmeliaceae in India.
In
The 7th IAL Symposium. Lichens: from genome to
ecosystems in an changing world. Chaophya Park Hotel, Bangkok, during 9th
-13th January 2012. (Abstract).


148. Khare,
R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2012. Notes on occurrence of
Cyanolichens in India. In The 7th IAL Symposium.
Lichens: from genome to ecosystems in a changing world. Chaophya Park
Hotel, Bangkok, during 9th -13th January 2012. (Abstract).


149. Nayaka,
S.
2012. An overview
of cryptogams diversity in India. In Biodiversity and
Sustainability: Present Problems and Future Prospects (Kuvempu University
Silver Jubilee Symposium). Kuvempu University, Shankargatta, during 5th
– 6th March 2012. (Abstract). Keynote lecture.


150. Nayaka,
S.
,
Upreti D.K. and Srivastava, A. 2012. Some new additions to the lichen flora of
Uttar Pradesh. In National Conference on Biotechnolgy and Biodiversity:
Biological Resources Conservation Management and Sustainable Uses. Govt. M. S.
Golwalkar College, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, during 13th – 14th
March 2012.
(Abstract).


151.  Khare,
R., Rai, H., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Gupta, R.K. 2012. Cyanolichen
Genus Peltigera in India: diversity and ecological preferences. In International symposium on mountain
resource management in a changing environment. Kathmandu, Nepal, during 29-31
May 2012.
(Abstract).



152. Bajpai, R., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2012.
Lichen diversity of Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttarakhand – A Potential
resources for bioprospectional and biotechnological studies. In National Seminar on Geology,
Biodiversity and Natural Resources of Himalaya and their Intellectual Property
Law. L.S.M. Post Graduate College, Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand, during 14th
– 15th Oct. 2012. (Abstract).

153. Devi, B., Mohabe, S., Reddy, M.A. & Nayaka,
S.
2012. Diversity of lichens in the surroundings of Thummalapalli uranium
mine in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh. In
Innovation in Science, Technology and Mathematics (ISTAM),  A.P. Science Congress – 2012, Andhra Pradesh
Akademi of Science and Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, during 14-16 Nov.
2012. (Abstract).    


154. Srivastava,
A., Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and Bajpai, R. 2012. Lichens of Sonbhadra
district, Uttar Pradesh. In 35th All India Botanical
Conference & National Symposium on Role of Plants and Microbes for the
betterment of Mankind in the Changing Climate. The Maharaja Sayajirao
University of Baroda, Vadodara, during 8th – 10th Dec.
2012. (Abstract).


155. Bajpai,
R., Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka, S. 2012. Impact of vehicular activity on
lichen diversity in Mahabaleshwar city, Maharashtra. In 35th
All India Botanical Conference & National Symposium on Role of Plants and
Microbes for the betterment of Mankind in the Changing Climate. The Maharaja
Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, during 8th – 10th
Dec. 2012. (Abstract).


156. Ingle,
K.K., Nayaka, S., Suresh, H.S. and Upreti, D.K. 2013. Diversity of
canopy lichens in 50 ha plot of 
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu. In 35th All
India Botanical Conference & National Symposium on Role of Plants and
Microbes for the betterment of Mankind in the Changing Climate. The Maharaja
Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, during 8th – 10th
Dec. 2012. (Abstract).

 

Year 2013

157. Nayaka,
S.,
Upreti,
D.K., Ponmurgan, P. and Ayyappadasan, G. 2013. Two new species of saxicolous Pyxine
with yellow medulla from Southern India. Lichenologist 45(1): 3-8.


158. Upreti, D.K., Mishra, G.K. and Nayaka, S.
2013. New records of lichen genera Agonimia
and Baeomyces (Ascomycota) from
India. Geophytology 43(1): 69-73.


159. Singh,
R., Ranjan, S., Nayaka, S., Pathre, U.V. and Shirke, P.A. 2013.
Functional characteristics of a fruticose type of lichen Stereocaulon
foliolosum
Nyl. in response to light and water stress. Acta Physiologiae
Plantarum
35(5): 1605-1615.


160. Dubey,
U., Upreti, D.K., Ingle, K.K & Nayaka,
S.
2013. New distributional records of lichen genus Mycobilimbia from India. Geophytology
42(2): 115-119.


161. Joshi, S., Upreti, D.K. & Nayaka. S.
2013. A new lichenicolous Arthonia species
(Arthoniaceae) on Diorygma from India. Lichenologist 45(3): 323-327
.


162. Nayaka,
S.
, Reddy, M.A.,
Ponmurugan, P., Devi, A.B., Ayyappadasa, G. 2013. Eastern Ghats,
biodiversity reserves with unexplored lichen wealth. Current Science 104(7): 821-825.


163. Daimari,
R., Hoque, R.R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2013.
Atmospheric heavy metal accumulation in epiphytic lichens and their
phorophytes in the Brahmaputra valley. Asian
J. Water, Environment and Pollution
10(4): 1-12.


164. Nayaka,
S., Ingle, K.K., Bajpai, R., Rawal, J.R., Upreti, D.K. and Trivedi, S.
2013. Lichens of Gujarat state, India with special reference to coastal
habitats. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology 3(2),
222-229.


165. Devi,
A.B., Mohabe, S, Reddy, A.M., Nayaka,
S.
and Shankar, P.C. 2013. Diversity and distribution of lichens in
YSR district, Andhra Pradesh with several new additions. Indian Journal of Plant Science
2(4): 2319-3824.


166. Haq,
M.U., Reshi, H.Z., Nayaka, S. &
Sheik, M.A. 2013. New addition to lichen biota of Jammu & Kashmir. Phytotaxonomy 13: 84-87.


167. Khare, P.B.,
Nath, V., Upreti, D.K., Suseela, M.R., Asthana, A.K., Nayaka, S. and Singh, A.P. 2013. Glimpses of cryptogamic research
at CSIR-NBRI. In Diamond Jubilee
Commemoration Volume – Research and Development from the Past Decade
(Eds.
D.V. Amla, P. Nath, D.K. Upreti, N. Singh and K.N. Nair). CSIR-National
Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow. Pp. 130-160.


168. Upreti, D.K.,
Bajpai, R. and Nayaka, S. 2013.
Ethnobotanically important Indian lichens. Ethnobotany
25:33-40.


169.Nayaka,
S.

and Upreti, D.K. 2013. Lichens of Uttar
Pradesh.
Uttar Pradesh State Biodiversity Board, Lucknow.

170.Logesh, A.R.,
Kalaiselvam, M., Upreti, D.K., Nayaka,
S.
and Kathiresan, K. 2013. Mangroves – An abode for unique lichens. In Coastal Ecosystems of
India – Special Publication
(Eds. K. Kathiresan and S.
Ajmal Khan), ENVIS
Publication Series 1, Annamalai University
39-44
.


171. Rai, H., Khare, R., Nayaka, S. and
Upreti, D.K. 2013. The influence of water variables on the distribution of
terricolous lichens in Garhwal Himalayas. National Conference on Water and
Biodiversity (International Day for Biological Diversity), Uttar Pradesh
State Biodiversity Board, Lucknow, during 22nd May 2013. Pp.
75-82. (Conference proceedings)
.


172. Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2013. Lichen
diversity in India: Some lichen rich and under explored aeas. In National Seminar on
Environmental Issues and Challenges in the 21st Century
(EICC-2013). Department of Environmental Science, Bareilly College,
Bareilly, during 3 – 5 Feb. 2013. 


173. Bajpai,
R., Nayaka, S. & D.K. Upreti.
2013. Current trends in lichen biomonitoring. In Lucknow Science Congress, Innovation in Science of Better
Tomorrow. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, during 20 – 21
st
March 2013.
 


174. Nayaka, S., Singh, R. and Upreti, D.K. 2013. Physiological responses of lichen Stereocaulon
foliolosum and moss Racomitrium subsecundum co-occurring in same habitat
in western Himalayas
In 8th National Conference on
Biotechnology, Biodiversity and Environment. Recent Advances in
Biodiversity Conservation, Biotechnology and Environmental Management
Research. Govt. M. S. Golwalkar College, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, during 19th
– 20th April 2013. (Abstract).


175. Srivastava, A., Nayaka, S., Updhyay, V. & Upreti,
D.K. 2013. Distribution and abundance of lichen Pyxine cocoes (Sw.) Nyl. in Uttar Pradesh, India. In 8th National Conference on
Biotechnology, Biodiversity and Environment. Recent Advances in Biodiversity
Conservation, Biotechnology and Environmental Management Research. Govt. M. S.
Golwalkar College, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, during 19th – 20th
April 2013.
(Abstract).


176. Ponmurugan, P., Mageshwari, D., Ayyappadasan, G., Nayaka, S. &
Verma, R.S. 2013. Environmental factors affecting the appearance of lichens in
Yercaud Hills, Eastern Ghats.
In 8th
National Conference on Biotechnology, Biodiversity and Environment. Recent
Advances in Biodiversity Conservation, Biotechnology and Environmental
Management Research. Govt. M. S. Golwalkar College, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh,
during 19th – 20th April 2013.
(Abstract).


177. Ingle, K., Nayaka, S., Bajpai, R., Rawal, J. &
Upreti, D.K. 2013. Preliminary observation of lichen flora in Gujarat State,
India. In 8th National
Conference on Biotechnology, Biodiversity and Environment. Recent Advances in
Biodiversity Conservation, Biotechnology and Environmental Management Research.
Govt. M. S. Golwalkar College, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, during 19th – 20th
April 2013.
(Abstract).


178. Mishra, G.K.,
Upreti, D.K. & Nayaka, S. 2013.
Diversity of lichens in Sidhi district, Madhya Pradesh, Central India. In 8th National Conference on
Biotechnology, Biodiversity and Environment. Recent Advances in Biodiversity
Conservation, Biotechnology and Environmental Management Research. Govt. M. S.
Golwalkar College, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, during 19th – 20th
April 2013.
(Abstract).’


179. Karakoti, N.,
Bajpai, R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti,
D.K. 2013. Preliminary observation on lichens of Govind Wildlife Sanctuary,
Uttarkashi District, Uttarakhand. In
34th Annual conference of the Indian Botanical Society. Plant Wealth
and Human Welfare. DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, during 18 – 20th
October 2013. (Abstract).


180. Ingle, K.K.., Nayaka, S., Bajpai, R., Rawal, J.R. and
Upreti, D.K. Diversity and distribution of lichens in Gujarat state, India. In 34th Annual conference of
the Indian Botanical Society. Plant Wealth and Human Welfare. DDU Gorakhpur
University, Gorakhpur, during 18 – 20th October 2013. (Abstract).


181. Nayaka, S., Ingle, K.K., Bajpai, R. and
Upreti, D.K. Current status of lichens in Uttar Pradesh. In 34th Annual conference of the Indian Botanical
Society. Plant Wealth and Human Welfare. DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur,
during 18 – 20th October 2013. (Abstract).


Year 2014


182. Karakoti,
N., Bajpai, R., Upreti, D.K., Mishra, G.K., Srivastava, A. & Nayaka,
S.
2014. Effect of metal contents on chlorophyll fluorescence &
chlorophyll degradation in lichens Pyxine cocoes (Sw.) Nyl., – a
case study from Uttar Pradesh, India. Environmental Earth Sciences. 71
(5): 2177-2183.


183. Shukla, P.,
Upreti, D.K., Nayaka, S. and Tiwari,
P. 2014. Natural dyes from Himalayan lichens. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge
13(1): 195-201
.


184. Karakoti,
N., Bajpai, R., Upreti, D.K. & Nayaka,
S.
2014. Lichen flora of Gowind Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarkashi
district, Uttarkhand, India. Geophytology
44(1): 53-60.


185. Mohabe,
S., Reddy, A.M., Devi, A.B., Nayaka.
S.
and Shankar, P.C. 2014. Further new additions to the lichen mycota
of Andhra Pradesh, India. Journal of
Threatened Taxa
6(8): 6122-6126.


186. Nayaka, S. and Saxena, P. 2014. Physiological  responses and ecological success of
lichen Stereocaulon foliolosum and
moss Racomitrium subsecundum growing
in same habitat in Himalaya. Indian Journal of Fundamental and
Applied Life Sciences
4(3):
167-179.


187. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K. and Tandon, J. 2014. Heavy Metal
Accumulation in Pyxine cocoes
(Sw.) Nyl. transplanted at Kolkata City, West Bengal, India. G-Journal of Environmental Science and
Technology
2(1): 1-5.


188. Biju, H.,
Bagool, R.G. and Nayaka, S. 2014. Diversity of lichens in Idukki
district with new records to flora of Kerala. Indian Journal of Forestry 37(3):
333-340.


189. Biju, H.,
Bagool, R.G. and Nayaka, S. 2014. New records of Graphidaceous lichens
from Western Ghats, India. Indian Journal of Forestry 37(4): 477-481
.


190. Devi,
A.B., Mohabe, S., Reddy, M.A., Nayaka, S., Ponmurugan, P. and
Ayyappadasan, G. 2014. Antimicrobial activity of lichen Rocella montagnei
Bél. obtained from Horsley Hills, Andhra Pradesh, India. In Bioactives
from Natural Products
(Ed. J. Madhusudana Rao). Proc. A.P. Akademi
of Sciences (PAPAS)
Special Issue 16(1): 13-19.


191. Daimari,
R., Hazarika, N., Hoque, R.R., Nayaka, S. and Upreti, D.K. 2014.
New records of epiphytic lichens from three districts of Assam, India. Indian
Forester
140(8): 807-811.


192. Rai, H., Khare,
R., Upreti, D.K. & Nayaka, S. 2014.
Terricolous lichens of India: An introduction to field collection and taxonomic
investigations. In Terricolous Lichens in
India
(Eds. H. Rai and D.K. Upreti)..
Springer, New York. Pp. 1-16.


193. Nayaka,
S.
2014.
Methods and techniques in collection, preservation and identification of
lichens. In Plant Taxonomy and
Biosystematics – Classical and Modern Methods
(Eds. T.S. Rana, K.N. Nair
and D.K. Upreti).. New India
Publishing Agency, New Delhi. Pp. 101-128.


194. Bajpai, R.,
Upreti, D.K. and Nayaka. S. 2014. Lichen
diversity of Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttarakhand: A potential plant resource
for bioprospectional and biotechnological studies. In Geology, Biodiversity and Natural Resources of Himalaya and their
Intellectual Property Law
(Ed. R.A. Singh). Pratyush Publications,
Delhi.  Pp. 262-273. (ISBN
978-93-82171-40-9)


195. Ingle, K,K., Nayaka, S., Bajpai, R.,  Rawal, J.R., Upreti,  D.K. and S. Trivedi An Account of Lichen
Diversity in Islands of Marine Protected Area, Jamnagar, Gujarat. In Island Biodiversity (International
Biodiversity Day for Biological Diversity). Uttar Pradesh State Biodiversity Board, Lucknow, during 22nd
May 2014. Pp. 23-30.. (Conference proceedings).


196. Nayaka,
s.
and
Asthana, S. 2014. Diversity and Distribution of Lichens in India vis a vis
its Lichenogeographic Regions. In Biodiversity
Conservation, Status, Future and Way Farward
(Eds. T. Marimuthu, P.
Ponmurugan, M. Subramanian, N. Mathivanan and S. Anita). National Academy of
Biological Science, Chennai. Pp 79-96. (Conference Proceedings). 19-20 July 2014


197 .Daimari, R.,
Hoque, R.R., Nayaka, S. and Ingle,
K.K. 2014. High diversity of Graphidaceaous and Pyrenocarpous lichens in
Eastern Himalayas – an observation from Assam. In National Conference on Fungal Diversity and Biotechnology for
Food and Chemicals (FDBFC-2014) – 40th Annual Meeting of Mycological
Society of India (MSI). Annamalai Univeristy, during 27 – 28, Feb. 2014. (Abstract).


198. Daimari, R.,
Hoque, R.R., Nayaka, S. and Asthana,
S. 2014. Assessment of air quality in two cities of Assam using foliose lichen Parmotrema tinctorum (Nyl.) Hale. In International Conference on
Environmental Technology and Sustainable Development: Challenges and Remedies.
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (A Central University), Lucknow, during
21 – 23 Feb. 2014. (Abstract).


199. Nayaka, S. 2014. Lichen diversity in India and its affinities
with other Asian countries. In
The 10th
International Mycological Congress (IMC10).
Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (QSNCC), Bangkok, Thailand, during
4 – 8 Aug. 2014. (Abstract).


200. Hembram, T.,
Bhat, A., Asthana, S. and Nayaka, S. 2014.
Diversity and distribution of lichens in IISER-K Campus, Mohanpur, West Bengal.
In International Symposium on
Biodiversity: Status, Utilization and Impact of Challenging Climatic
Conditions. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, during 30-31st
Oct. 2014. (Abstract).


201. Mohabe, S.,
Devi, A.B., Nayaka, S. and Reddy,
M.A. 2014. Diversity of epiphytic lichens in mango orchards near Talakona
Jungle Thrills, Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. In International Symposium on Biodiversity: Status, Utilization and
Impact of Challenging Cl
imatic Conditions. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar
University, Lucknow, during 30-31st Oct. 2014. (Abstract).


202. Ingle, K.., Nayaka, S., Gupta, S. and Trivedi, S.
2014. Microclimatic factors affecting lichen diversity in coastal wetlands of
Sundarbans and Gujarat. In International
Symposium on Biodiversity: Status, Utilization and Impact of Challenging
Climatic Conditions. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, during
30-31st Oct. 2014. (Abstract).


203. Devi, A.B.,
Mohabe, S., Reddy, M.A. and Nayaka, S.
2014. In vitro antimicrobial activity
of Parmotrema tinctorum in 2-propanol
extract. In International Symposium
on Biodiversity: Status, Utilization and Impact of Challenging Climatic
Conditions. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, during 30-31st
Oct. 2014. (Abstract).


204. Devraj, G., Swamy, C.T., Devraj, T.N. and Nayaka, S. 2014. Kallu
huvu: Deha ondu, jeeva yeradu. Hosatu
(Nava Karnatka Prakashana)
15(7): 43-46. (Popular article).


Year 2015

205. Singh,
B.N., Prateeksha, Pandey, G., Jadaun, V.,
 
Singh, S., Bajpai, R., Nayaka, S.,
 Naqvi,
A.H., Rawat, A.K.S., Upreti, S.K. and Singh, B.R. 2015.
Development
and characterization of a novel Swarna-based herbo-metallic colloidal
nano-formulation – inhibitor of 
Streptococcus
mutans
quorum
sensing. RSC Advances 5(8): 5809-5822.






206. Usmani, M.A.,
Toppo, K., Nayaka, S., Suseela, M.R. and Sheik, S. 2015. Role of algae
in sustainable food, health and nutritional security: An overview. In  Biodiversity for sustainable development (International
Biodiversity Day for Biological Diversity). Uttar Pradesh State Biodiversity Board, Lucknow, during 22nd
May 2015. Pp. 83-87.

207. Dudani, S.N., Nayaka,
S.
, Mahesh, M.K, Chandra M.D.S. and Ramachandra, T.V. 2015. Lichen
Diversity in the Sacred Forest Fragments of Central Western Ghats. Journal
of Biodiversit Management & Forestry
4:2. (In Press)


208. Mohabe, S., Nayaka,
S.
, Reddy, M.A.and Devi, A.B. 2015. Diorygma kurnoolensis
(Graphidaceae), a new saxicolous lichen species from Andhra Pradesh, India. Geophytology
45(1): 47-50.


209. Mohabe, S., Nayaka,
S.
, Reddy, A.M. and Devi, A.B. 2015. Stigmatochroma microspora
(Physciaceae), a new species from India. Journal on New Biological Reports 4(2):
127-131.


210. Devi, A.B,
Mohabe, S., Reddy, A.M. and Nayaka, S. 2015. Efficacy of a potential
lichen Parmotrema andinum (Müll. Arg.) Hale against pathogenic
microorganisms. Journal on New Biological Reports 4(2): 149-156.


211. Devi, A.B., Mohabe, S., Reddy, A.M.
and Nayaka, S. 2015. Antimicrobial activities of 2-Propanol crude
extract from lichen Parmotrema tinctorum (Despr.ex. Nyl.) Hale,
collected from Eastern Ghats, India. Current Research in Environmental
& Applied Mycology
5(3): 160–168.


212. Ayyappadasan, G,
Sundararaj, J.P., Kuppuraj, S., Ponmurgan, P. and Nayaka, S. 2015.
In vitro assessment of antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of
different solvent extracts of lichen Ramalina nervulosa. Int. J.
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
. (In Press
)


213. Joshi, Y.,
Upadhyay, S., Shukla, S., Nayaka, S. and Rawal, R.S. 2015. New
records and an updated checklist of lichenicolous fungi from India. Mycosphere
6(2): 195–200.


214. Patel, A.K., Suseela, M.R., Singh, M. and Nayaka,
S.
2015.
Application of Response Surface Methodology for
optimization of Biomass, Carbohydrate and Lipid production in BG11+ by Scenedesmus
quadricauda.
International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied
Sciences
5(6):
199-215.


215. Upreti, D.K., Bajpai, R. and Nayaka, S. 2015. Lichenology:
Current Research in India. In Plant Biology and Biotechnology: Vol. 1, Plant
Diversity, Organization, Function and Improvement
(Eds. B. Bahdur, M.V.
Rajam, L. Sahijram and K.V. Krishnamurthy). Springer India, New Delhi.
Pp. 263-280.  


216. Nayaka, S. 2015.
Lichens in cold desert of India and Antarctica. In National Symposium on
Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. Telangana Students Forum and
Biological Resource Persons Association, Surya Chandra Palace School,
Wanaparthy, during 21-22nd Jan. 2015. (Abstract).


217. Asthana, S., Nayaka,
S.
and Ingle, K.K. 2015. Diversity and distribution of lichens in western
Uttar Pradesh, India. Fifth International Conference on Plant and Environmental
Pollution (ICPEP-5), CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow,
during 24-27th Feb. 2015. (Abstract).

218. Nayaka, S. 2015.
Advances and further scope in lichenological research in India. National
Seminar on Innovative trends in plants and microbial sciences. Department of
Botany, University of Jammu, Jammu, during 2-3 March 2015. (Abstract).


219. Nayaka, S. 2015.
Current status of lichen diversity and its
conservation in Western Ghats. Ecology in Space and Time. An Interdisciplinary
Conference on Forest Ecology and Climate Change. Indian Institute of Science,
Bangalore, during 8 – 10 April 2015.
(Abstract).

 

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