PAPER PUBLISHED


(National & International): 117

 

1. Singh, P.K., Singh, L.J. and Singh, N.I. (1984). Leaf Surface
Fungi of Zizania latifolia (Griseb.)
Turcz.  Cryptogamie Mycologie Paris. 5:301-306


2. Singh, P.K., Singh, L.J. and Singh, N.I. (1987). Water Surface
Fungi of Zizania latifolia Growing
Pond with respect to Smut Infection. Frontier
Botanist
1:171-174.

 

3. Singh, P.K. and Singh, L.J. (1987). Host-Parasite Physiology of
the Wild Rice Smut Fungus (Melanopsichium
esculentum
) I-The Effect of Smut Infection on some Micro and Macro Elements
Content of the Host. Frontier Botanist
1: 69-72.

 

4. Singh, P.K., Singh, N.I. and Singh, L.J. (1988). Ethnobotanical
Studies on Wild Edible Plants in the Markets of Manipur-II. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 12(1):113-119.

 

5. Mahadevappa,
M., Singh, P.K., and Singh, I.M.
(1988). Zizania: A Wild Plant with
High-Protein Content.  Ad. In Plant Sci. 1(1):77-81.

 

6. Singh, P.K. (1992). Effect of various Mulching Materials on
Growth and Yield of Knol Khol (Brassica
oleraceae)
Variety Coulorapa. Landscape
Systems.
15(2):71-74.

 

7. Singh, P.K. (1995). A Comparative Study in Infected and
Uninfected Culms of ZizaniaJ.
Phytol. Res.
8(2): 161-163.


8. Singh, P.K. and Singh, T.B. (1995). Some Medicinal Plants of
Manipur:  An Ethnic Approach
People Sci. Network.
  2(1):
39-40.

9. Singh, P.K. and Singh, T.B. (1995). Some Medicinal Plants of
Manipur:  An Ethnic Approach.  People
Sci. Network
. 2(2): 48-49.

 

10. Singh, P.K. and Singh, H.B.K. (1996). Superstition in Botanical
Folklore with reference to Meitei
Culture
J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. Adl. Series
. 12: 367-372.

 

11. Singh, H.B.K. Singh, P.K. and Elangbam, V.D.
(1996).Indigenous Bio-folklores and Practices: Its role in Biodiversity
Conservation in Manipur.  J. Hill Research. 9(2): 359-362.


12. Singh,
P.K.
and
Khan, M.H. (1996). Effect of Growth Regulants on Sprouting and Early Seedling
Growth in Turmeric (Curcuma longa
Linn.) Under Saline Stress Conditions.  J. Phytol. Res. 9(2): 123-128.

13. Singh,
P.K.,

Singh, P.N. and Prasad, B. (1997). Biochemical Changes in the Haemolymph of
Healthy and Uzifly Infected Larvae of Antheria
proylei
Jolly. (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). 
Sericologia, Paris. 37(3):
465-472

14. Singh, H.B.K. Singh, P.K. and Jain, A. (1997).
Ethno-Medico-Biological Studies in Manipur. 
J. Hill Res. 10(1): 36-38.

15. Khan, M.H. and Singh, P.K. (1998). Effect of Growth
Regulants on Some Metabolites of Turmeric (Curcuma
longa
Linn.) Leaves under Saline Conditions. J. Phytol. Res. 11(1): 51-55.

16. Devi, W.I., Devi,
G.A.S. and Singh, P.K. (1998). Role
of Boron, Molybdenum and Zinc Application on Various Sugar Levels of Brassica oleracea Var. capitata L.  J.
Phytol. Res.
11(2): 99-102.

17. Devi, W.I., Singh, P.K. and Devi, G.A.S. (1999).
Role of Boron, Molybdenum and Zinc on Various Nitrogenous Fractions of Cabbage
(Brassica oleracea Var. capitata
Linn.).  J. Vegetable Crop Production, Haworth Press, USA. 5(2): 45-57.
ISSN- 1540-7357.

18. Singh, L.S., Singh, P.K. and Singh, E.J. (2001).
Ethnobotanical Uses of Some Pteridophytic Species in Manipur. Indian Fern J. 18: 14-17.

19. Singh, K.I., Singh, P.K. and Singh, S.S. (2001). An
Ethnobiological Approach to the Indigenous Soaps and Detergents of Meitei Community of Manipur. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 25(3): 547-552.

20. Singh, S.S., Singh,
L.J, Singh, P.K.  (2002). Toxic Phanerogamic Plants of Manipur. J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc. 99(2):
378-382.

21. Khan, M.H. and Singh, P.K. (2002). Effect of Salinity
Stress in the Chlorophyll content of three Rice cultivars of Manipur under Low
Temperature exposures. Ind J. Environ.
& Ecoplan.
6(3): 445-450.

22. Devi, W.I., Devi,
G.A.S. and Singh, P.K. (2003). Role
of Micronutrients Application on Nitrate Reductase, Amylase, Total Free Amino
Acids and Sugar content of Brassica
oleracea
Var. capitata L. Agri.
& Bio. Res.
19(2): 59-70.

23. Khan, M.H., Singh, P.K. (2003). Effect of Growth
Regulants on Morphological Parameters and Yield of Curcuma longa L. Under saline Stress Conditions. Agri. Biol. Res. 19(1): 8-17.

24. Singh,
P.K.

and Singh, K. I. (2003). Mother and Child Health: 1 – An Ethnobotanical study
of the Meitei Community of Manipur
State, India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot.
427 (2): 457-465.

25.Singh,
P.K.

and Singh, K. I. (2003). First – Aid Remedies: An Ethno-Medico-Botanical Study
of the Meitei Community of Manipur,
India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 427 (2):
466-472.

26. Khushwaha, R.A.S., Singh, M.Ch. and Singh, P.K. (2003). The Floral
Assemblange of Lower Barail Group of Keithenmanbi area along NH-53, Manipur
State. Mass Ecoline. 1(1):13-15.

27. Khan, M.H. and Singh, P.K. (2005). Effect of Growth
regulating substances on yield components of four local cultivars of Rice (Oryza
sativa
L.) of Manipur under NaCl Stress, Agric. Biol. Res. 21(2):145-151.

28. Devi, A.K. and Singh, P.K. (2005). Role of Copper and
manganese application on nitrate reductase and protease enzyme activities of Zingiber officinale Rose L.  Var-1.
J. Curr. Sci.
7 (1): 67-70.

29. Devi, Y.N. and Singh, P.K. (2005). Species
distribution of the family Verbenaceae in the valley Districts of Manipur. J. Curr. Sci. 7 (1): 105-110.

30. Devi, Y.N. and Singh, P.K. (2005). Water use
efficiency of three indigenous medicinal plants with special reference to
conservation. J. Phytol. Res. 18
(1): 117- 118

31. Devi, Y.N. and Singh, P.K. (2005). Stachytarpheta utricifolia Sims. A new
Snakeweed Record of the Flora of Manipur, India. Indian Forester, 131 (12): 1609-1612.

32. Devi, Y.N. and Singh, P.K. (2005). Anatomical Studies
among three selected species of Verbenaceae Family. Ind. J.  Env. & Eco.
10(3): 889-892.

33. Devi, A.K. Singh, P.K. (2005). Role of Copper and
manganese application on various pigment levels of Zingiber officinale Rose L. 
Var-1. J. Phytol. Res. 18
(2): 215-218.

34. Devi, P. S. and Singh, P. K. (2006). Rattans of Manipur:
Ecological prospective with special reference to sustainable use.  J. Curr. Sci. 9 (1): 195 – 202.

35. Ahmed, M. M. and Singh, P.K. (2006). Plant-lore with
reference to Manipuri proverbs in association with various human affairs of
Manipur State, J. Curr. Sci., 9(1):
207 – 214.

36. Singh,
P.K.

and Singh, K. I. (2006). Traditional alcoholic beverage, Yu of Meitei Communities
of Manipur.  Ind. J. Trad. Knowledge,
5(2): 184 – 190.

37. Devi, Y.S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Hydrophilous
Pteridophytes of Thoubal District
(Manipur). Indian Forester, 133 (4):
561-566.

38. Ahmed, M. M. and Singh, P.K. (2007).  Traditional
Knowledge System of the Muslim community in Manipur. Ind. J. Trad.
Knowledge
, 6 (2): 383 – 389.

39. Devi, P. S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Rattan of Manipur:
Three new records for the State. J.
Econ. Taxon. Bot.
31 (2): 460 – 463.

40. Devi, P.S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Floristic Analysis
and Distribution of Rattan in Manipur as a Sustainable Bioresource. Indian Forester, 133 (6): 805 – 812.

 


42. Panmei, Ch., Singh, P.K., Gautam, S., Prasad S. V., Devi, G.A. and
Sharma, A.  (2007). Phenolic Acids in Albizia bark used as a starter for Rice
Fermentation in Zou Preparation. Journal of Food, Agriculture &
Environment
, USA., 5(3&4):147-150.

43. Devi, P. S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). A New record of
Rattan from Manipur-North east India, Folia
Malaysiana,
Malaysia., 8 (2): 99 – 102.

44. Devi, Y.S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Observation on
venation pattern in Pteridaceae of Thoubal district, Manipipur: A Phylogenetic
study, J. Curr. Sci. 10 (2): 617 –
622.

45. Devi, Y.S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Floristic study on
epiphytic Pteridophytes of Toubal District, Manipur, Ind. J. Environ. &
Ecoplan.,
14 (3): 513-516.

46. Devi, A.K. Singh, P.K. (2007). Role of Copper and
manganese application on plant height, leaf number and leaf area of Zingiber officinale Rose L.  Var-1. Ind.
J. Environ. & Ecoplan., 14 (3):
361-364.

47. Devi, Kh.S., Devi,
Y.S. and Singh, P.K. (2008).
Floristic distribution of an invasive weed Hyptis
suaveolens
Poit. In the valley districts of Manipur, Ind. J. Environ. & Ecoplan., 15(1): 177-180.

48. Singh, L.S., Singh, P.K. and Singh, E.J. (2008).
Aquatic Pteridophytes in Manipur. Frontier
Botanist. Special
: 62-64.

49. Singh, S.O. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Studies on the
Disease Diversity Indices (DDI) in Langol a mixed vegetation of Imphal West
infected by Mealy bugs, J. Curr. Sci.
12(1): 287-289.

 

50. Devi, Y.N. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Ethnobotany of Verbenaceae
in Manipur, Ethnobotany,
20(1&2):111-114.


51. Devi, Y.S., Devi, Kh.
S. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Two New
additions to the Pteridophytic Flora of Manipur-East India, Folia Malaysiana, Malaysia, 9 (1): 35-42.

52. Ahmed,
M. M. and Singh, P.K. (2008).  Plant-Lore
with Reference to Muslim Folksong in Association with Human Perception of
Plants in Agricultural and Horticultural Practices, Not. Bot. Hort. Agrobot. Cluj, Romania, 36(1): 42-47. Impact Factor 2011 = 0.652.

 

53. Singh,
P.K.,
Yumkham,
S.D., Khomdram, S.D., Devi, Y.N., Devi, S. P., Devi, A.K. and Ningombam, D.S.
(2008). Croton caudatus Geisel.
(Euphorbiaceae): A new record for Manipur, North-East India, Folia Malaysiana, Malaysia., 9 (2): 141-148.

 

54. Devi,
Kh. S., Devi, Y. S. and Singh, P.K.
(2009). A Census on Edible Flowers Found in the Valley Districts of Manipur. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 33(1):232-239.

 

55. Ahmed,
M. M. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Trading
activity and Ethno-domestication of Plants by Manipuri Muslims, Not. Sci. Biol., Romania, 1(1): 14-20. Impact Factor 2011 = 0.652.

 

56. Singh, J.S., Singh, P.K., Dutta, B.K. and Sahoo,
U.K. (2009). Chemical composition and nutritive indices in Parkia roxburghii G. Don, a Leguminous plant of India, Indian J. Agric. Biochem., 22(2):
87-93.

 

57. Salam,S.,
Jamir, N.S. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Traditional uses of medicinal plants
by the Tanhkhul-Naga tribe in Manipur, India, Pleione, 3(2): 157-162,
ISSN 0973 – 9467.

 

58. Singh,
A.V. and Singh, P.K. (2009). An account of Sagitaria sagitifolia with special reference to Phytochemical
Studies and its Socio economic relevance, J. Phytol. Res., 22(2): 235-246.


59. Singh, P.K., Devi, S.P., Devi,
K.K., Ningombam, D.S. and Athokpam, P. (2010). Bambusa tulda Roxb. In Manipur State, India: Exploring the local
values and commercial implications. Not.
Sci. Biol.,
Romania, 2 (2): 35-40. Impact
Factor 2011 = 0.652.

 

60. Salam,S.,
Singh, P.K. and Jamir, N.S. (2010). Wild Edible Plants used by the
Tanhkhul-Naga tribe of Ukhrul district in Manipur, Pleione, 4(2):
284-287, ISSN 0973 – 9467.

 

61. S. P., Devi, Singh, P.K., and Ningombam, D.S. (2010). Myrialepis peradoxa  Becc. (Aracaceae) A New Record from India.
Folia Malaysiana, Malaysia, 11(1): 31-34. ISSN:
1511-8916.

 

62. Ningombam, D.S. and Singh, P.K. (2010). The occurrence of Hygrophila erecta (Burman f.)
Hochreutiner of Acanthaceae in Manipur, India, Pleione, 4(2): 317-320,
ISSN 0973 – 9467.

 

63. Singh, J.S., Singh, P.K., Dutta, B.K. and Sahoo,
U.K. (2011). Effect of Processing and Cooking Methods on Some Anti-nutritive,
Toxic Components and Nutritional Composition in Parkia roxburghii G. Don. 
Seeds, India, Indian J. Agric.
Biochem.
23(2):97-102. ISSN-0974-4479,

 

64. Ahmed,
M. M. and Singh, P.K. (2011).
Traditional Knowledge of Kidney Stones Treatment by
Muslim Maiba (Herbalists) of Manipur, India, Not. Sci. Biol., Romania, 3(2): 12-15. Impact Factor 2011 = 0.652.

 

65. Devi,
S.Y. and Singh, P.K. (2011). Less
known ferns and fern-allies of Manipur with ethnobotanic uses, Ind. J.
Trad. Knowledge,
10(2):287-291. ISSN: 0975-1068, Impact Factor 2011 = 0.399.


66. Khomdram,
S.D. and Singh, P.K. (2011).
Polyphenolic Compounds and Free Radical Scavenging Activity in eight Lamiaceae
Herbs of Manipur. Not. Sci. Biol., Romania,
3(2):108-113. Impact Factor 2011 =
0.652.

 

67. Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P. K. (2011).  Additional Notes on Spore Morphology of Two Huperzia (Lycopodiaceae) Species and Systematic
Significance. Research
Journal of Botany, USA. 6(2): 78-86.


68. Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P. K. (2011).  Huperzia
squarrosa
(G. Forst.) Trev. (Lycopodiaceae) in Manipur: Taxonomy
and Biological aspects. Taiwania,
56(2): 157-164
.

 

69. Khomdram, S.D.,
Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P.K. (2011).
Hyptis pectinata (Linnaeus) Poiteau
(Lamiaceae), an addition to the State Flora of Manipur, India. Pleione, 5(1): 188-192,
ISSN 0973 – 9467.

 

70. Devi, M.R., Singh, P.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2011). Ethnobotanical
plants of Kabui Naga tribe of Manipur, India. Pleione, 5(1): 115-128,
ISSN 0973 – 9467.

 

71. Khomdram, S.D., Devi,
Y.N. and Singh, P.K. (2011).
Ethnobotanical uses of Lamiaceae in Manipur. Ethnobotany, 23: 64-69.


72. Salam, S.,
Jamir, N.S. and Singh, P.K. (2011). Ethnomedicinal studies on Tanhkhul-Naga tribe in Ukhrul district,
Manipur, Ethnobotany, 23: 129-134.

 

73. Ningombam, D.S. and Singh, P.K. (2010). Additions of three
new species Acanthaceae for the flora of Manipur in Northeast India, Pleione, 5(2): 364-368,
ISSN 0973 – 9467.

 

74. Resma, Khatoon, Singh,
P.K.,
Das, A.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2012).
Study on traditional uses of medicinal plants plants
by the Kom-Kuki tribe in Manipur, India. Assam
Univ. Sci. & Tech: Biological & Environmental Sciences
. 9(1):
97-104.


75. Khomdram, S.D., Devi,
Y.N. and Singh, P.K. (2012). The
Family Lamiaceae of Manipur, India. Indian
Forester
, 138 (1): 616-21.

 

76. Ningthoujam, S.S., Talukdar, A.D., Singh, P.K.
a
nd
Choudhury, M.D. (2012). Challenges in developing Medicinal Plant Databases for
sharing Ethnopharmacological Knowledge. Journal
of Ethnopharmacology,
141: 9– 32. Impact Factor 2012 = 3.014.

 

77. Ningombam,
R.D. Singh, P.K. and Salam, J.S. (2012). Proximate Composition and
Nutritional Evaluation of Underutilized Legume Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC. Grown in Manipur, Northeast
India. American Journal of Food Technology, 7(8): 487-493.

 

78. Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P. K. (2012).  A Novel Way for Propagation
of Huperziz squarrosa (G. Forst.)
Trev. Not. Sci. Biol., Romania, 4(4): 27-31. Impact Factor 2011 = 0.652, Print ISSN: 2067-3205;
Electronic 2067-3264.

 

79. Ningombam, D.S., Ningthoujam, S. Singh, P.K. and Singh, O.B. (2012).
Legacy of Kum dye: A Case study with the Culture of Meitei community of
Manipur, Northeast India, Ethnobotany
Research & Application,
10: 561-570. ISSN: 1547-3465, H: Index=10.

 

80. Ningombam, D.S. and Singh, P.K. (2012). The First record of
Hypoestes 
phyllostachya
Baker  An
Invasive species from Manipur, Flora and
Fauna,
18(1): 57-61. NAAS RATING:
3.4.

 

81. Resma, Khatoon, Singh,
P.K.,
Das, A.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2012).
Indigenous wild edible fruits of Kom tribe of Manipur,
India.  Pleione, 6(2): 268-272,
ISSN
0973 – 9467.


82. Salam, S., Jamir,
N.S. and Singh, P.K. (2012).
Wild leafy vegetables sold in local markets of Ukhrul District, Manipur
India, Pleione, 6(2): 298-303,
ISSN
0973 – 9467.

83. Devi, M.H., Singh,
P.K.
and Choudhury, M.D. (2012). Nineteen
Macrophytic new reports for the Keibul Lamjao National
Park, Loktak Lake, Manipur, India. Pleione,
6(2): 391-396,
ISSN
0973 – 9467.

 

84. Singh, J.S., Salam,
P., Singh, P.K. and Dutta, B.K.  (2013). Effect of Domestic Processing Methods
on Dry Matter, Total Sugar, Phenolics and Mineral Composition in Different
Developmental Stages of Parkia roxburghii
G. (Don.)  Pods.  Not.
Sci. Biol.,
Romania, 5(1): 50-56.
Impact Factor 2011 = 0.652,
Print ISSN 2067-3205; Electronic
2067-3264.


85. Ningthoujam,
S.S., Talukdar, A.D., Singh, P.K. a
nd Choudhury, M.D. (2013). Traditional use of herbal
vapour therapy in Mnaipur, North East India: An ethnobotanical survey. Journal of Ethnopharmacology,
147: 136- 147Impact
Factor 2012 = 3.014.

86. M.H.
Devi, J.S. Salam, S.D. Joylani, P.K.
Singh
and M.D. Choudhury (2013). Biochemical study of ten selected fodder
plants of critically endangered Sángai (Rucervus
eldii eldii
Mc Clelland). Environment
& Ecology,
31(2): 573-581.  ISSN:
0970-0420, NAAS RATING: 2.1.

87. Devi, J.S., Singh, J.S., Singh, P. K., Choudhury, M.D. and Devi, H.M.
(2013). 
Biochemical
Studies in some Indigenous Dye Yeilding Plants of Manipur, Not.
Sci. Biol.,
Romania,
5(3): 1-6. Impact Factor 2011 = 0.652,
Print ISSN: 2067-3205;
Electronic 2067-3264.

88. Yumkham, S.D., Chakpram, L., Benniamine, A.
and Singh, P. K. (2013). 
Discovery of Cyrtosia nana  (Orchidaceae) in India. Taiwania, 58(3): 229‒232; ISSN:
0065-1125.

 


89. Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P.K. (2013).  Study on Uses and Trading of
Huperzia squarrosa (G. Frost.) Trevis.
(Lycopodiaceae) in Manipur, India. Ethnobotany Research & Application, 11: 153-161. ISSN: 1547-3465, H: Index=10.

90. Devi, M.H., Singh, P.K. and
Choudhury, M.D. (2013). Macrophytes of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loktak
Lake, Manipur, India. NeBio, 4(5): 57-63
,
ISSN 2278-2281(Online
Version) ISSN 0976-3597 (Print
Version).

91. Laiphrakpam, L., Das, A. K., Singh, P.K. and
Ghosh, S.K. (2013).
Medicinal Uses of Orchid by Tribes in India: A Review. Int. Jour. of Current
Research
, 5(10): 2796-2798.  Impact Factor 2012 = 1.227, ISSN:
0975-833X.

92. Yumkham, S.D. and
Singh,
 P.K. (2013).  Studies on Spore morphology
of some pteridophytes in Manipur, NeBio, 4(5): 1-6, ISSN 2278-2281(Online
Version) I ISSN 0976-3597 (Print
Version).

93. Ningombam, D. S. and
Singh,
 P.K. (2013).  Occurrence of less known
species of StrobilanthesBlume
(Acanthaceae) in Manipur, North East India, NeBio, 4(6): 45-57, ISSN 2278-2281(Online Version)  ISSN 0976-3597 (Print Version).

94. Rajkumari, R. Singh,
P. K
., Das, A. K.
and
Dutta, B. K. (2013). Anti-Diabetic
plants used by the Chiru Tribe of Manipur, India. NeBio, 4(6): 40-44
, ISSN 2278-2281(Online
Version), ISSN 0976-3597 (Print
Version).

95. Ishwori,
L., Talukdar, A.D., Singh, P.K.,
Choudhury, M.D. and Nath, D. (2013). Antimicrobial and Antiparasitic agents
from plant products. Trends in
Biosciences,
6(4): 324-328.
Print- ISSN: 0974-8, Online- ISSN: 0974-2485NASS Rating-2.7.

96. Ningombam, D. S.,
Konsam, S.C. and Singh,
 P.K.
(2014). 
Nutritive
value of Strobilanthes auriculata
(Acanthaceae) a pliestsal plant of Manipur, North East India, International Journal of Scientific
Research,
3(1): 38-40, ISSN No 2277-8179, Impact
Factor = 1.8651.

97. Ningombam, D. S., Devi, S.P. Singh, P.K., Pinokyo, A. and Thongam, B. (2014). Documentation and Assessment on Knowledge of Ethno-Medicinal
Practitioners: A Case Study on Local Meetei Healers of Manipur, IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological
Sciences
(IOSR-JPBS), 9(1):
53-70,
e-ISSN: 2278-3008, p-ISSN: 2319-7676, ISSN No 2277-8179.

98. Ningombam, D. S.
and Singh,
 P.K.
(2014). 
Ethnobotanical
Study of Phlogacanthus thyrsiformis
(Roxb. ex Hadrw.) Mabb.: A Conserved Medicinal Plant of Manipur, North East
India, International
Journal of Herbal Medicine,
1(5):
10-14
, ISSN 2321-2187(Online Version)

99. Laiphrakpam,
L., Das, A. K., Singh, P.K.
and Ghosh, S.K. (2014).
Studies on Orchid flora of
Imphal Valley, Manipur. Ind. Jour. of Applied & Pure Biology (IJAPB), 29(1): 9-23, ISSN: 0970-2091 (Print Version).

100. Ishwori,
L., Talukdar, A.D., Singh, P.K.,
Choudhury, M.D. and Nath, D. (2014). Antibacterial activity of some selected
plants traditionally used as medicine in Manipur. Afr. J. Biotechnol. 13(13: 1491-1495. DOI: 10-5897/AJB 2013. 13495, ISSN:
1684-5315.

101. Ningthoujam, S.S., Choudhury, M.D., Singh, P.K., Chetia, P., Nahar,L., Sarker,  Basare, N. and S. D., Talukdar, A.D., and (2014). NoSQL Data Model for Semi-automatic
Integration of Ethnomedicinal Plant Data from Multiple Sources. Phytochem. Anal., Published Online in
Wiley Online Library, DOI: 10.1002/pca.
2520.    
wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/pca,
Impact Factor:
2.341.

102. Ranjana, R.K., Nirmala, RK; Singh, P.K.; Das, Ajit Kumar, Dutta, BK, Pinokiyo, A
(2014).
Ethnoveterinary plants used by the Chiru tribes of
Manipur, Northeast India
. Ind. J.
Trad. Knowledge
, 13(2): 368 – 378. ISSN:
0975-1068 (Online)    ISSN: 0972-5938
(Print),
Impact Factor
of IJTK is 0.411 (JCR 2014).

103. Devi,
N.B., Singh,
P.K
and Das, A.K. (2014). Ethnomedicinal
Utilization of Zingiberaceae in the Valley Districts of Manipur. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science,
Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT
). 8(2): 21-23.  e-ISSN: 2319-2402, p.-ISSN: 2319-2399.

104. Salam, S., Jamir, N.
S., Roma, M. and Singh, P.K. (2014). Diversity
of Plants used in the treatment of stomach ulcers by the Tangkhul tribe
in Ukhrul district of Manipur, India. Pleione, 8(1): 26-29, ISSN 0973 – 9467.

105. Devi, K. T., Sharma, H. B., Singh, P.K. and Bhattacharyya, D. (2014). Flowering of Schizostachyum pergracile (Munro)
R. B. Majumdar in Manipur.  Indian
Forester
, 140 (6): 633-635. http://www.indianforester.co.in,
ISSN No. 0019-4816 (Print), ISSN No.
2321-094X (Online).

106. Devi, M.H., Singh, P.K. and Choudhury, M.D.
(2014).
Income generating
plants of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loktak Lake, Manipur and man-animal
conflicts. Pleione, 8(1): 30-36,
ISSN 0973 – 9467.

107. Chakpram,
L, Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P.K.
(2014). Less Known Wild Aroids of Manipur, International
Journal of Agriculture and Food Science Technology
, 5 (6): 537-544., ISSN 2249-3050.

108. Salam,
S., Jamir, N.S., Roma, M. and Singh,
P.K.
(2014). Diversity of Plants used in the treatment of stomach ulcers by
the Tangkhul tribe in Ukhrul district of Manipur, India, Pleione, 8(1): 26-29,
ISSN 0973 – 9467.

109. Devi,
M.T., Das, A.K, Dutta, B.K. and Singh, P.K.
(2015). Traditional Methods of Family Planning Practices among Meitei
Community of Manipur and their associated plants, International Journal of Current Science, 7 (1): 11901-11906, ISSN 0975-833X.

110. Chanu, K.S., Ningthoujam, S.S. and Singh, P.K. (2015). Antibacterial
activity and Phytochemical Screening of Goniothalamus
sesquipedalis
Hook. F. & Thomson Extracts from Manipur, North East India.
European Journal of Medicinal Plants, 8(3): 142-148, DOI: 10.9734/EJMP/2015/18167, ISSN: 2231-0894. www.sciencedomain.org.

111. Devi, J.S., Singh, P. K. and Choudhury, M.D.  (2015). Effect of various mordants in Kum dyed cotton,
silk and woollen yarns. Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile
Research
, 40: 184-189, Impact
Factor
, 0.778.

112. Devi, K.T., Singh, P. K. and Bhattacharyya, D.
(2015).  Arthraxon hispidus (Thunberg) Makino [Poaceae]: a new record for
the flora of Manipur, India. Pleione, 9(1):  251-254, ISSN
0973 – 9467.

113. Singh, T. B., Das, A. K. and Singh, P.K. (2015). Study of Alien
and Invasive Flora of Valley District of Manipur and Their Control, IJIRSTInternational Journal for Innovative Research in
Science & Technology
, 1(12): 616-626, ISSN
(online): 2349-6010.

114. Devi, M.H.,
Singh, P.K. and Choudhury, M.D. (2015). Water
quality and socio-economic studies of the Pumdi
Environment of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loktak Lake, Manipur, India,
Frontiers in Environmental
Microbiology,
1(1): 1-8, (http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/j/fem), doi: 10.11648/j.fem.20150101.11.

115. Devi, M. T., Ningthoujam, S.
S., Ningombam, D. S., D. K. Roy, Das, A.K. and Singh, P. K. (2015). First
Record of Ficus geniculata Kurz in Manipur, North East India. New
York Science Journal, 8(10):

116. Devi, K.T., Singh, P.K and Bhattacharyya, D. (2015). Digitaria radicosa (J. Presl) Miq. & Pennisetum purpureum Schumach.: Additions to the Grass (Poaceae)
Flora of Manipur, India,  
J.
Bombay Nat. His. Soc.

(Communicated).

117. Devi, M.H.,
Singh, P.K.
and Choudhury, M.D. (2015). Flowering Calendar of
the Macrophytes of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loktak Lake, Manipur, India,
Pleione, 9(1): 
xx-xx,
ISSN 0973 – 9467 (Communicated).

118. Singh, P. K. and Devi, M. H. (2015). Plants associated
with Singju: A Traditional Salad Delicacy of Meitei Community of Manipur, India,
Pleione, 9(1): 
xx-xx,
ISSN 0973 – 9467 (Communicated).

119. Chakpram, L., Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P.
K. (2015).
A new species of Colocasia (Araceae) from
Manipur, North East India, TURKISH JOURNAL OF BOTANY, xx:  xx-xx, ISSN (Communicated).

 

Books
Published
: 2 (Two) –                                                                                          

 

Self-
Author

1. Wild Rice in Tropics (A Physico-Ecological
Study), P.K. Singh, pp. 184.
Published by M.L. Gupta Rajesh Publications, 1, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New
Delhi. 1997, ISBN: 81-85891-11-7.


Edited Volume

2. Biodiversity Conservation: Fundamentals and
Applications, Editors: H. Saha, ML Ghosh, G. Ganngopadyay, D. Saha, P.K. Singh, S.  Sharker and S.C. Das, Published by H. Saha,
2012,  ISBN: 978-93-80663-57-9.

 

 


Paper Published in Edited Book Volumes & Proceedings

 

1. Singh,
P.K.
and Singh, L.J.
(1985). Effect of Some Ecological Factors, Soil and Water on Zizania latifolia Growth and Infection. Proc. Nat. Sem. Pl. Phy. pp. 127-139.


2. Singh, P.N., Singh, P.K., Subhra, H. and Prasad, B. (1993). Effect of Uzifly,
Parasarcophaga knabi Parker Infestation on the Free and Protein Bound Amino
Acids in the Haemolymph of Antheria
proylei
Jolly. (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). New Approaches in Agricultural Technology. 2: 399-402.

3. Singh,
P.K.
(1994). Fungi the
Global Protein Demand. Echo. 4(1):
31-32.

4. Singh,
P.K.
(1994). Ethnobotany:
An Approach of Biodiversity Conservation. Echo.
4(3): 4-6.

5. Singh,
P.K.
(1997). Meadow-Rue (Thalictrum foliolosum DC.) Bul. Med. Plant. 1-4.

6. Singh,
P.K.
(1997). Ethnobiology
and Folk Medicine: An Approach of Biodiversity Conservation. VIIth  
Manipur Science Congress Souvenir.
pp. 70-74.

7. Singh,
P.
K., Khan, M.H. and
Singh, L.J. (1998). Effect of Some regulants on sprouting and early seedling
growth in Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) under saline conditions. Proc. 4th APPSC Conf. & Neo
Botanica Conv.
Patna. India, Edited
by A.S. Mehta & B. Saran. Pp. 57-66.

8. Khan, M.H. and Singh, P.K. (1999). Effect of Growth Regulants on Leaf Area Index
and Photosynthetic Pigments in Turmeric (Curcuma
longa
L.) Under Saline Conditions, In Plant
Physiology for Agriculture
. Edited
by G.C. Srivastava, Karan Singh and Madan Pal, Pointer Publishers,
Jaipur, pp. 260-272.

9. Khan, M.H. and Singh, P.K. (1999). Effect of Some specific ions (Na, Ca, SO4
& Cl) on Germination anf Morphological parameters in Akhan Phou (Oryza
sativa L.) Cultivar of Manipur under Indole acetic acid exposures In Environmental Pollution and Agriculture,
Edited by Arvind Kumar  pp83-90.          

10. Singh,
P.K.,
Sanasam, M., and
Elangbam, V.D. (1999). Treatment of Dog-bite using traditional methods by the Meitei communities of Manipur. Health Care and Development of Medicinal
Plants
, Edited by Sunil Puri and Ajit J. Williams,  Proceedings
of National Conference on Health Care and Development of Herbal Medicines,

August 29-30, 1997, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, M.P. pp.
29-41.

11. Singh,
P.K.,
Elangbam, V.D., and
Huidrom, B.K.S. (2000). Ethnomedicinal studies of some plants used to enhance
vocalism by the traditional Meitei singers
of Manipur. In Ethnobotany and Medicinal
Plants of Indian Subcontinent
, Edited by J.K. Maheshwari, Scientific Publishers
(INDIA), Jodhpur. Pp. 629-635. 

12. Singh,
P.K
., Elangbam, B., and
Huidrom, B.K.S. (2001). Wild Edible Aquatic Plants of Manipur Valley, India, In
Plant Diversity of the Himalaya, Edited by P.C. Pande and S.S.
Samant  Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital pp.
513-522.

13. Singh, P.K. (2002). Some
Ethnobotanically important Plants available on the Phumdis of Loktak Lake, In Management
of Phumdis in Loktak Lake
,  Edited by
C.L.Trisal and Th. Manihar,  pp. 37-42.

14. Singh, P.K. (2002). Medicinal Plants in
Manipur, In Environment and Change, Edited by Prof. R.P.Singh, Rajesh
Publications, New Delhi, Pp. 85-92.

15. Singh, P.K. (2003). Distribution and
Uses of Makhana in Manipur, In Makhana:
Edited by R.K. Mishra, Vidyanath Jha and P.V. Dehadri, Directorate of
Information and Publication, Indian Council of Agricultural Research,
Krishi Anusadhan, Pusa, New Delhi, pp. 8-13.

16. Singh, P.K. and Singh, K. I. (2003).
Traditional Technology and Medicinal Knowledge of “Yu” – An Alcoholic Beverage
of Meitei Communities of Manipur in Ethnomedicine of North-East India
Edited by Dr. Gian Singh, Dr. H.B. Singh and Dr. T.K. Mukherjee, National
Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR), New
Delhi, pp.314-326.

17. Singh, P.K. (2004). Prospects of
Commercialization of Medicinal and Aromatic plants of Manipur, Souvenir:
Nat. Seminar on Ecology and Sustainable Development
, 27-42.

18. Singh, P.K. (2004). Biological
Diversity and Conservation Strategy of Some Important Medicinal Plants of
Manipur. Reading Material for UGC/XI Refresher Course (2003-04) Lecture
12.

19. Singh, P.K. (2005). Aquatic Bioresource
of Manipur, Souvenir: NASFAB, Manipur University, January, 28-29, 2005,
pp. 30-33.

20. Singh,
P.K.
(2007). Applied
Ethnobotanical Research: An Approach to maintain sustainability of Bioresource
in Manipur. Proc. National Seminar on
Recent in Life Sciences,
Manipur University, March, 23-24, 2007, pp. 44-52.

21. Devi, S.P. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Rattans of Manipur: Ecological Prospects with
special reference to sustainable Use. In Biodiversity
Utilization and Conservation
, Edited by A. Arunachalam and K. Arunachalam,
Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur, pp. 35-44.

22. Singh,
P.K.
(2008). Croton caudatus Geisel. (Euphorbiaceae):
A New record for Manipur, North-East India. Proceedings of MURC Seminar: A two
day Seminar on The present scenario of
Medicinal Plants in Manipur with particular reference to anti-cancer plants

July 24-25, 2008, Manipur University, Manipur. Pp. 93-101.

23. P.K.
Singh.
(2008). Medicinal
Plants of Manipur: A Potential Sector of the State’s Economy. Alternative Perspectives,
October-December 2008, Vol. III Issue I, pp. 61-79

24. Ahmed,
M. M. and Singh, P.K. (2008).
Plant-lore with reference to Manipuri proverbs in association with various
human affairs of Manipur State. In Environmental
Science Appreciation & Perception
Edited by Arvind Kumar, Daya
Publishing House 1123/74, Deva Ram Park Tri Nagar Delhi-110 035, Chapter
No. 31: 179-185. 



25. Khomdram,
S. D. and Singh, P.K. (2012).
Harnessing the Economic Potential of anInteresting Aromatic Lamiaceae
Plant Microtoena patchouli (Clarke
ex Hook.) Wu & Hsuan in Manipur, India. In Resent Advances in
Natural Product Research
Edited by Ksh. Birla Singh and K.
Lalchhandama, Proc. of National Seminar on RANPR 12, Pachhunga University
College, Mizoram, Published by MIPOGRASS Headquarters
D/63, RK Section, Republic Road, Sikulpuikawn, Aizawl 796001,
India, Chapter
No. 31: 187-190. ISBN
987-81-924321-2-0.
 


26. Devi,
M.H., Singh, P.K. and
Choudhury, M.D. (2012). Traditional Medicine from Wetland Plants of Keibul
Lamjao Park, Manipur. In Research
in Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
Edited by M.D. Choudhury, G.D.
Sharma, A.D. Talukdar and S. Choudhury, Swastik Publications,
Delhi-110002, India. pp 1-10. ISBN-
978-93-81084-95-3.
 


27. Devi,
Y.S. and Singh, P.K. (2012). A
Critical note on the association of epiphytic ferns with repository host
trees. In: Biodiversity Researches
in North East India
, Edited by B.K. Dutta, P. Choudhury and A.J. Nath,
Published by Assam University, Silchar, pp. 55-62.
 


28. Pinokiyo,
A., Khomdram, S.D., Devi, S.P., Ningombam, D.S. and Singh, P.K. (2012). Antioxidant property of lichen, Usnea baileyi. In: Biodiversity Researches in North East
India
, Edited by B.K. Dutta, P. Choudhury and A.J. Nath, Published by
Assam University, Silchar, pp. 152-156.
 


29. Singh, P.K. (2013).
Medicinal Plants of Manipur: A Potential Sector of Economy. In Quest for Developement in Manipur,
Community, Constraints and Contradictions,
Edited by Homen Thangjam
and Hanjabam Isworchandra Sharma. Published for Centre for Alternative Discourse, Manipur By
Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi-110059, pp. 139-154.
 


30. Khomdram,
S. D. and Singh, P.K. (2013). The
checklist of Lamiaceae flora in Thoubal district, Manipur. In Bioresources and Traditional Knowledge
of Northeast India
Edited by K. Khelchandra Singh, Kulendra C. Das and
H. Lalrutsanga, Published by MIPOGRASS Headquarters
D/63, RK Section, Republic Road, Sikulpuikawn, Aizawl 796001,
India, Chapter I: Plant Bioresources, pp. 10-13. ISBN 987-81-924321-3-7.

 


31. Devi,
M. R., S. Salam, B.K. Dutta and Singh,
P.K.
(2013). Biodiversity of Medicinal Plants used by the Monsang Naga
Tribe of Manipur, India. In Bioresources
and Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India
Edited by K. Khelchandra
Singh, Kulendra C. Das and H. Lalrutsanga, Published by MIPOGRASS
Headquarters
D/63, RK Section, Republic Road,
Sikulpuikawn, Aizawl 796001, India, Chapter V: Traditional Knowledge,
Environmental History and Management, pp. 299-302. ISBN 987-81-924321-3-7.

 


32. Khatoon,
R., A. K. Das, Singh, P.K. and
B.K. Dutta (2013). Ethnoveterinary Plants Used by Kom Tribe of Manipur,
India. In Bioresources and
Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India
Edited by K. Khelchandra
Singh, Kulendra C. Das and H. Lalrutsanga, Published by MIPOGRASS
Headquarters
D/63, RK Section, Republic Road,
Sikulpuikawn, Aizawl 796001, India, Chapter V: Traditional Knowledge,
Environmental History and Management, pp. 303-306. ISBN 987-81-924321-3-7.

 


33. S.
Salam, M. R. Devi, N.S. Jamir and Singh,
P.K.
(2013). Diversity of Spices Plant Used by the Tangkhul Tribe in
Ukhrul District, Manipur. In Bioresources
and Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India
Edited by K. Khelchandra
Singh, Kulendra C. Das and H. Lalrutsanga, Published by MIPOGRASS
Headquarters
D/63, RK Section, Republic Road,
Sikulpuikawn, Aizawl 796001, India, Chapter V: Traditional Knowledge,
Environmental History and Management, pp. 307-310. ISBN 987-81-924321-3-7.
 


34. Singh, P.K. (2013). In: A-Z
in Ethnobotany, Dictionary of words and who’s who in Indian ethnobotany,
Edited by S.K. Jain and Ashok K. Jain, Deep Publications, pp. 153.

 

35. Yumkhan Sanatombi
Devi, Konsam Sanjita Chanu and P.K.
Singh
(2014). Traditional resources: 2. Plants used in controlling
household pests in Manipur, India, in VII Section, In
Diversity and
Conservation of Plants and Traditional Knowledge : A Felicitation Volume of
Prof. Abhaya Prasad Das
, Edited by Sauris Panda and Chandra Ghosh, BSMPS, 2014, xi, 527 p,
tables, b/w figs and plates, ISBN :
9788121108959
.


36. P.K. Singh (2014). Traditional Knowledge
System and Practice of Folk Medicinal Plants of Manipur. In Knowing Manipur from the Endogenous
perspective, Vol. 2, Traditional Knowledge and Economic System British
Colonialism and Resistance
, Edited by A. Koireng Singh, Amol Sanasam and
Sushma Phurailatpam, Published by Centre for Manipur Studies, Manipur
University, pp.361-379.ISBN978-93-83201-11-2.

  

  

 

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS
AND PARTICIPATED /AS RESOURCE PERSON

 

1. Singh, L.J. and Singh, P.K. (1981). Studies
on the Photosynthetic Efficiencies on the Bamboos of Manipur. Proc. Ind. Sci.
Cong. Assoc. 60th Session, No. 274: 109.


2. Singh, L.J. and Singh, P.K. (1983). Changes
in Nitrogenous Fractions during the Infection by Melaposichium esculentum on Zizania latifolia. Proc. Soc. Plant
Physiology, International Silver Jubilee Session, No. II-8: 29-29.

 


3. Singh, L.J. and Singh, P.K. (1984). Studies
on the Polyphenols, Carbohydrates, Starch and Lipids of Smut Infected Culm of Zizania latifolia. Proc. Bot. Soc. No.
X-17: 72.

 

4. Singh, L.J. and Singh, P.K. (1984). Effect of
Smut Fungus Infection on the Ferric Iron Content in Zizania latifolia. Proc.
Ind. Sci. Cong. Assoc. 71st Session, No. 29: 52.

 

5. Singh, P.K. and Singh, L.J. (1984). Determination of Soluble
Protein of Zizania latifolia culm by
Discontinuous Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis. Proc. Bot. Soc. No. X-72:
112.

 

6. Singh, P.K. and Singh, L.J. (1984). Studies on the Floristic
Composition of Bambusa arundinacea
Growing areas of Manipur. Proc. Nat. Sem. Pl. Phy. No. VIII-13: 49.

 

7. Singh, P.K. and Singh, L.J. (1985). Changes in some Trace
Elements During the Host-pathogen Interaction of Zizania latifolia (Griseb.)
Turcz. And Melanopsichium esculentum P. Hen. Proc. Ind. Sci. Cong. No. 197:
107.

 

8. Singh, P.K. and Singh, L.J. (1989). A Wild Rice with High
Protein Content – Mode of Infection of Melanopsichium esculentum on Zizania
Plant. Proc. Third Convention, Society for Green Vegetation Research and
Symposium on Progress in Green Vegetation Research in India. Nov. 16-18.

 

9. Singh, P.K. (1990). Manipuri Wild Rice Species and Their
Control Measures. Proc. Crop Protection in Northern Britain.

 

10. Singh, P.K., Devi,
K., Singh, L. R. and Singh, L.J. (1991). Soybeans: Traditional Fermented Food
Processing, Benefits and Possible Problems. Proc. Nat. Sem. Recent Advances in
Plant Sciences.

 

11. Singh, P.K., Devi,
K., Singh, L. R. and Singh, L.J. (1991). Ootonga:
Traditional Fermented Food Processing, Benefits and Possible Problems. Third
Manipur Science Congress. Abs. No. LS-50:24.

 

12. Singh,
P.N., Singh, P.K. and Prasad, B. (1991). Studies on the Physiological
Changes in the Haemolymph of Healthy and Fly-infected Mature Oak-tasar Silkworm
larvae, Antherea proylei J. (Lepidoptera:
Saturniidae). Third Manipur Science Congress. Abs. No. LS-74:37.

 

13. Khan,
M.H. and Singh, P.K. (1997). Effect of Growth Regulants on Morphology,
Biomass and Yield of Turmeric (Curcuma
longa
L.) under Saline Conditions. 8th Manipur Science Congress. 26-28th
Feb. 1997. Abs. No. LS-47:31.

 

14. Elangbam,
V.D. and Singh, P.K. (1997). Wild Edible Aquatic Plants of Manipur
Valley. 8th Manipur Science Congress. 26-28th Feb. 1997. Abs. No.
LS-48:32.

 

15. Singh,
S.S., Singh, P.K. and Singh, L.J. (1997). Analysis of Protease, Amylase
and Invertase Enzyme Activities in the Fermented Fish. 8th Manipur Science
Congress. 26-28th Feb. 1997. Abs. No. LS-48:33.

 

16. Sanasam,
M., Elangbam, V.D., Singh, P.K. and Singh, H.B.K. (1997). Effect of
Water Stress on Some Growth Parameters in Rice. 8th Manipur Science Congress.
26-28th Feb. 1997. Abs. No. LS-51:34.

 

17. Singh,
K.T. and Singh, P.K. (1997). Ecotendency of Algae: An Approach for
Categorizing Algae as Bio-indicators for Monotoring water quality of Imphal,
Chakpi and Manipur Rivers. 8th Manipur Science Congress. 26-28th
Feb. 1997. Abs. No. LS-52:34.

 

18. Singh, P.K.,
Elangbam, V.D., and Singh, H.B.K. (1997). Ethnomedicinal Studies of Some Plants
to enhance Vocalism by the Traditional Meitei Singers of Manipur. 35th
World Congress on Natural Medicines. 14-16 March 1997, S.V. University,
Tirupaty, India, Abs. No. 311.

 

19. Singh, P.K.,
Elangbam, V.D., and Singh, H.B.K. (1997). Classification of Meitei
Folk-Medicine with reference to Traditional Culture and Names. 35th
World Congress on Natural Medicines. 14-16 March 1997, S.V. University,
Tirupaty, India, Abs. No. 312.

 

20. Singh, P.K.,
Samasam, M. and Elangbam, V.D. (1997). Treatment of Dog-bites Using Traditional
Methods of the Meitei Communities of Manipur. Abstract Cum Souvenir, National
Conference on Health Care & Development of Herbal Medicines, 29-30 August,
1997, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Department of Forestry, Raipur,
M.P. pp.21.

 

21. Singh, P.K. (2003).
Participated as Recourse person and presented a paper entitled
“Ethonobiology and Folk Medicine” in The One Day Workshop on Applied Biology
organized by The Department of Zoology and Botany, United College, Lambung,
Chandel, Manipur on 3rd Nov,2003.

 

22. Singh, P.K. (2003).
Participated as Resource person and presented a paper entitled
“Traditional Knowledge System of Medicinal plants of Manipur state” in the two
days ISM & H Workshop sponsored by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
new Delhi organized by Medicinal, non medicinal plants conservation and Research
centre, Kangla Sangom Sang, Imphal-East, Manipur held at J.N. Dance Academy
Imphal w.e.f. 13th Sept, 2003.

 

23. Singh, P.K. (2003).
Participated in the Regional Awareness-Cum-Training Workshop for preparation of
people’s Biodiversity Registers held at Indian Institute of Bank Management,
Beltola and Guwahati, *Organized by center for Ecological Sciences, IISC,
Bangalore and Biotech Consortium India Limited, New Delhi sponsored by Ministry
of Environment at Forest Govt. of India, from 8th Nov. to 10th
Nov., 2003.

 

24. Singh, P.K. (2003).
Participated in the work shop-“Sustainable Fisheries Development of Loktak
Development Authority (LDA) in collaboration with wetlands International South
Asia (WISA) supported by India Canada Environment Facility (ICEF) at Kangshang,
Khuman Lampak sports complex from 8th to 10th March 2003.

 

25. Singh, P.K. (2004).
Participated as Resource person in the XIth Refreshers Course
in Life sciences, Manipur University, Canchipur Imphal sponsored by UGC, New
Delhi and presented two papers and held from 18th Dec. 2003 to 12th
Jan. 2004.

 

26. Singh, P.K. (2004).
Participated “ Workshop in Resource Mobilization for Socio-Economic
Development’ ’held on 16 to 17th Feb 2004 at Trade Center March and
presented a paper “prospects of commercialization of Medicinal and Aromatic
plants of Manipur” sponsored by Manipur Small Farmer’s Agri-Business
Consortium.

 

27. Singh, P.K. (2004).
Member of the Local Project Advisory Committee “Database Management
System of the Medicinal Plants of Manipur” Manipur Science & Technology
Council, Central Jail Road, Imphal, Sponsored by S&T, New Delhi.
(2004-Onwards).

 

28. Singh, P.K. (2005).
Member of the Working Committee on Promotion of Research Study in the
field of Traditional Indian System of Medicine (ISM) and Promotion of Local
practitioners of ISM in North Eastern Region, Regional Institute of Medical
Sciences (RIMS), Imphal. (2005-Onwards).

 

29. Singh, P.K. (2005). Member
of the State Medicinal Plants Board SMBP, Government of Manipur, Medical
Directorate, Manipur and Convener of the Export Committee for Developing Road
Map of Medicinal Plants of Manipur (From 2005-Onwards).

 

30. Singh,
L.S., Singh, P.K. and Singh, E.J. (2006). Analysis of Aquatic
Pteridophytes in Manipur. Proc. Plant Resources of Indo-Burma Hotspot Region
for sustainable development, Feb. 25-26, 2006, Modern College, Imphal,
Sponsored by UGC pp. 22.

 

31. Devi,
S.P. and Singh, P.K. (2006). Floristic analysis and distribution of
Rattan in Manipur as a sustainable bioresource. Proc. Nat. Conf. on Forest
Biodiversity Resources: Exploitation, Conservation & Management, 21-22
March 2006 CBFS, Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu Ab. No.-T 1-16:
Page 21-22.

 

32. Devi, Y.
S. and Singh P.K. (2006). Systematics and distribution of epiphytic
Pteridophytes in Manipur Valley. Proc. Nat. Conf. on Forest Biodiversity
Resources: Exploitation, Conservation & Management, 21-22 March 2006 CBFS,
Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu Abs. No. T 1-17, page 22.

 

33. Singh, P.K. (2006).
Resource person and presented a paper “Tipaimukh High Dam and impact on
Medicinal Plants of Manipur”, one day discussion on “Implications of Tipaimukh
High Dam” at Student’s Home, Manipur University,  Organized by MURC, MUSU & CCDD on Friday,
6th Oct., 2006.

 

34. Singh, P.K. (2006).
Participated as a Resource person and presented a paper at “Two-Weeks
Refresher Course for the frontline field staff of Deputy Rangers and
Foresters”, from 21-09-2006 to 04-10-2006 (Eighth Batch) organized by the
Government of Manipur, Office of the Conservator of  Forest, Working Plan, Research & Training
Circle, Imphal, Manipur. Lectured topics: (a) Medicinal Plant-Conservation of
Medicinal Plants-current scenario, perspective, need and scope, Traditional
used of Medicinal Plants, Medicinal system and its evolution, Institutions and
agencies involved, national & International policies. Conservation
strategy- In situ & Nursery techniques, Methods of cultivation, harvesting,
processing and grading and (b) Identification, Survey/ Assessment and database
generation.

 

35. Singh, P.K. (2007).
Participated as a Resource person and presented a paper “Traditional
Knowledge System Based on Herbal Medicines of Manipur: An Ethnobotanical
Approach”,   at Two-Days Seminar on
“Environment and Biodiversity of Manipur: Issues and Concerns”, held on 24-25
February, 2007, Organized by MURC at Senate Hall, Manipur University.

 

36. Singh, P.K. (2007).
Participated UGC Refresher
Course, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Canchipur,
Imphal, Manipur from 9th to 30th March, 2007 and
presented a seminar topic on “Survey and Assessment…in Manpur” and obtained
A-Grade.

 

37. Devi, S.
P., Ningombam, D.S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Alpine Floristic study and
distribution of Aconitum  nagarum Scalf. from the hilly district of
Manipur.Recent Advances in Life Sciences March 23-24, 2007 P.24 Abs.No.22.

 

38. Singh, P.K. (2007).
Participated as a Resource person and presented two papers:


 i) “Medicinal Plant- Conservation of Medicinal
Plants- the current scenario, perspective, need and scope, Traditional use of
Medicinal plants, Medicinal systems and its evolution, Institutions and
agencies involved, National & International policies. Conservation
strategy- in-situ & in-situ, Nursery technique, Methods of
cultivation, harvesting, processing and grading” and

ii)“Identification,
Survey/Assessment and database generation” on 7th march, 2007 at the
2-Week Refresher Course for the frontline field staff of Forest Guards  sponsored by the Director of Forest Education
Government of India, Dehradun being held from 26th February to 14th
March, 2007 at the Forest Lecture hall, FDA Central, Mantripukhri Forest
Complex, Mantripukhri, Imphal.

39. Ningombam,D.S,
Devi, S.P and Singh, P.K. (2007). Survey and Distribution of some
selected medicinal plants in thefour hilly districts of Manipur. Recent
Advances in Life Sciences March 23-24, 2007 P.24, Abs.No.21.

40. Devi,
Y.S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). Survey and Distribution of family Pteridaceae
in Thoubal district, Manipur. Recent Advances in Life Sciences March 23-24,
2007 P.17, Abs.No.11.

 

41. Devi,
KH. S. and Singh, P.K. (2007). The Floristic and Ethnobotanical Notes on
some selected plants under Lamiaceae family in Thoubal district, Manipur.
Recent Advances in Life Sciences March 23-24, 2007 P.27,  Abs.No.28.

 

42. Singh, P.K. (2007). Member
of the State Biodiversity Board (MSBB), Government of Manipur, Office of the
Chief Conservator of Forest, Manipur, Member of the Expert Committee for
considering the manual prepared by Dr. Madhav Gargil, Centre of Ecological
Science, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore for the preparation of Peopl’s
Biodiversity Register and suggesting amendments for using the manual in Manipur
(From 6th Oct., 2007-Onwards).

 

43. Devi,
KH. S. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Scope and potential of Pogostemon cablin Benth. of Lamiaceae in
Manipur, National Seminar on Conservation of Bioresources February
21-22,2008,  Abs.No.PD&E-.23,
pp.94-95.

 

44. Devi, Y.
S. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Species Diversity of Pteridophytes of Manipur
State: Conservation Priorities, National Seminar on Conservation of
Bioresources February 21-22,2008, 
Abs.No.PD&E-.24, p. 95.

 

45. Deshorjit,
S.N. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Survey of in-situ conservation of medicinal plants at Khangkhui Khulen,
Ukhrul district:Local management system and ecological sustainability, National
Seminar on Conservation of Bioresources February 21-22,2008,  Abs.No.PD&E-.17, p.92.

 

46. Devi, P.
S. and Singh, P.K. (2008). A preliminary survey for in-situ conservation of Rattan species of Manipur, National Seminar
on Conservation of Bioresources February 21-22,2008,  Abs.No.PD&E-.08, pp.87-88.

 

47. Singh, P.K. (2008).
Participated as a Resource person and presented a paper at “Two-Weeks
Refresher Course for the frontline field staff of Deputy Rangers and Foresters”
sponsored by the Director of Forest Education is being held from the16-02-2008
to 29-02-2008 at Forest Lecture Hall, FDA Central, Mantripukhri Forest Complex,
Mantripukhri, Imphal on 22-03-08 from 2.00 to 5.00pm. Lectured topics: (a)
Medicinal Plant-Conservation of Medicinal Plants-current scenario, perspective,
need and scope, Traditional used of Medicinal Plants, Medicinal system and its
evolution, Institutions and agencies involved, national & International
policies. Conservation strategy- In situ & Nursery techniques, Methods of
cultivation, harvesting, processing and grading and (b) Identification, Survey/
Assessment and database generation.

 

48. Devi, A.
K. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Effect of Copper and Manganese Application on
various pigment levels of Ginger (Zingiber
officinale
L.)Var-1, Proc. Manipur Sci. Congress, March 28-30, 2008,  Abs.No.LS-B8, pp.58-59.

 

49. Devi, Y.
S. and Singh, P.K. (2008). A Cladistic Study on the Morphology of some
Sporophytes in the Family Pteridaceae, Proc. Manipur Sci. Congress, March
28-30, 2008, Abs.No.LS-B21, pp.66.

 

50. Devi,
Kh. S. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Morpho-taxonomical Review in Five Members
of Lamiaceae in Manipur, Proc. Manipur Sci. Congress, March 28-30, 2008, Abs.No.LS-B29,
pp.70.

 

51. Devi, S.
P. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Ethnobotanical Uses of Rattan Species of
Manipur, Proc. Manipur Sci. Congress, March 28-30, 2008,  Abs.No.LS-B40, pp.76.

 

52. Singh, P.K.
(2008). Participated as a Resource
person/Nodal Member
and presented a paper on “Traditional Knowledge Systems of Medicinal Plants of Manipur” in
the “Training Workshop of Trainers on Traditional Healing Practices in North
East India” on 30th Sept. and 1st Oct., 2008, at IIBM,
Khanapara, Guwahati, sponsored by the Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health
and Family Welfare, Government of India, Organized by the “North Eastern
Institute of Folk Medicine (NEIFM), Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh.

 

53. Singh, P.K.
(2008). Participated as a Co-Chairman/Resource person and presented a paper
on “Indigenous Biological Resources of
Meitei Community: Present Status and Knowledge for Utilization”
in the “State level
workshop on Sustainable Development and Utilization of Bioresources for
Socio-economic Upliftment of Rural Manipur” on 17th to 18th Oct.,
2008, at IBSD, Takyelpat Institutional Area, Imphal-795001(Manipur), in
association with Himalayan Environmental Studies and Conservation
Organization(HESCO), Dehradun-2481001.

 

54. Singh, P.K. (2008).
Participated as a Resource person and presented a paper at the 16th
batch “Two-Weeks Refresher
Course for the frontline field staff of Deputy Rangers and Foresters”
sponsored by the Director of Forest Education is being held from the11-11-2008
to 23-11-2008 at Forest Lecture Hall, FDA Central, Mantripukhri Forest Complex,
Mantripukhri, Imphal on 12-11-08 from 2.00 to 3.30pm. Lectured topics: (a)
Biodiversity Conservation: Inventorization and Documentation: Preservation of
Biological Specimens and on 15-11-2008 at 3.30 to 5.00 pm. (b) Importance of
Traditional skills in Medicinal plants, Various local uses of MPs in Manipur.

 

55. Singh,
M.C., Singh, P.K., Kushwaha, R.A.S. and Singh, P.S. (2008). Plant
Fossils in the Eocene-Oligocene sediments of Laisong Formation from the three
Districts of Manipur. Proceedings of the Int. Conference on Plant Life Through
the Ages, Nov., 16-17, 2008, Birbal Sahani Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow,
Abs. Volume pp. 163.

 

56. Yumkham,
S.D., Khomdram, S.D., Devi, S.P., Ningombam, D.S. and Singh, P.K.
(2008). Distribution of Stag Horn Fern in Manipur with special reference to
conservation. Proceedings of the International
Symposium on Perspectives in Pteridophytes, Nov. 27-29, 2008, National
Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow. Pp.107-108.

 

57. Khomdram,
S.D., Devi, S.P., Yumkham, S.D. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Distribution of
Stag Horn Fern in Manipur with special reference to conservation. Proceedings
of the International Symposium
on Perspectives in Pteridophytes, Nov. 27-29, 2008, National Botanical Research
Institute, Lucknow. Pp.126.

 

58. Devi,
S.P. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Traditional uses of rattans by the Meitei community of Manipur. Proceedings
of the National Conference
on Traditional Knowledge Systems, Intellectual Property Rights and their
Relevance for Sustainable Development, Nov. 24-26, 2008, National Institute of
Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR), New Delhi. Plenary
Session-V Abs. No. 9, P.95.

 

59. Khomdram,
S.D. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Traditional knowledge of plants associated
with ancestral worship of Meitei
community of Manipur. Proceedings of the National Conference on Traditional Knowledge Systems,
Intellectual Property Rights and their Relevance for Sustainable Development,
Nov. 24-26, 2008, National Institute of Science Communication and Information
Resources (NISCAIR), New Delhi.  P.126.

 

60. Yumkham,
S.D. and Singh, P.K. (2008). Less known ferns and fern-allies of Manipur
with ethnobotanical uses. Proceedings of the National Conference on Traditional Knowledge
Systems, Intellectual Property Rights and their Relevance for Sustainable
Development, Nov. 24-26, 2008, National Institute of Science Communication and
Information Resources (NISCAIR), New Delhi. 
P.128.

 

61. Devi, M.
H. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Floristics of Loktak Lake, Manipur,
India,  XIX Annual Conf. of IAAT & International Symposium on
“Aniosperm Systematics & Phylogeny”, Nov.,12-14,2009, NBRI, Lucknow,
Abs.No.BD/P-.54, p.80.

 

62. Sharma,
H.R. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Traditional medicinal knowledge of diabetes
practiced by the Meitei Community of Manipur, India, XIX Annual Conf. of IAAT
& International Symposium on “Aniosperm Systematics & Phylogeny”,
Nov.,12-14,2009, NBRI, Lucknow, 
Abs.No.BP/O-20, p.107.

 

63. Devi, S.
P. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Traditional use of Rattan by the Meitei
Community of Manipur needs conservation, XIX Annual Conf. of IAAT &
International Symposium on “Aniosperm Systematics & Phylogeny”,
Nov.,12-14,2009,  NBRI, Lucknow, Abs.No.BP/O-19,
p.107.

 

64. M.R.
Devi, Singh, P.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2009). Studies on edible underground
plant parts used by the Monsang and Kabui Naga tribes of Manipur, India, XIX
Annual Conf. of IAAT & International Symposium on “Aniosperm Systematics
& Phylogeny”, Nov.,12-14,2009, NBRI, Lucknow,  Abs. No. BP/P-48, p.108.

 

65. Ahmed,
M. M. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Trading activity and ethnodomestication of
plants by Manipuri muslims,  XIX Annual
Conf. of IAAT & International Symposium on “Aniosperm Systematics &
Phylogeny”, Nov.,12-14,2009,  NBRI,
Lucknow, Abs.No. BP/P-49, p.108.

 

66. Devi, S.
J. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Conservation steps of dye yielding plants of
Manipur, XIX Annual Conf. of IAAT & International Symposium on “Aniosperm
Systematics & Phylogeny”, Nov.,12-14,2009, NBRI, Lucknow,  Abs.No.PE/P-28, p.129.

 

67. Ningombam,
D.S. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Distribution pattern of the family
Acanthaceae in Manipur, India, XIX Annual Conf. of IAAT & International
Symposium on “Aniosperm Systematics & Phylogeny”, Nov.,12-14,2009,  NBRI, Lucknow, Abs.No.PE/P-29, p.130.

 

68. Yumkham,
S. D., Khomdram,S. D. and Singh, P.K. (2009). Invasive alien species for
the flora of Manipur, North East India: Distribution and impacts,  XIX Annual Conf. of IAAT & International
Symposium on “Aniosperm Systematics & Phylogeny”, Nov.,12-14,2009, NBRI,
Lucknow,  Abs.No.PE/P-30, p.130.

 

69. Devi,
S.P. and Singh, P.K. (2010). Diversity, utilization and
conservation of rattans of Manipur, National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation, March 4-5, 2010, Department of Ecology & Environmental
Science, Assam University, Silchar, pp. 9-10.

 

70. Devi,
Y.S. and Singh, P.K. (2010). A Critical note on the association
of epiphytic ferns with repository host trees, National Seminar on Biodiversity Conservation,
March 4-5, 2010, Department of Ecology & Environmental Science, Assam
University, Silchar, pp. 10.


71. Ningombam,
D.S. and Singh, P.K. (2010). Acanthaceae species as ornamental and
invasive plants from the gardens of Manipur, National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation, March 4-5, 2010, Department of Ecology & Environmental
Science, Assam University, Silchar, pp. 11.

72. Salam,S.
Singh, P.K. and Jamir, N.S. (2010). Kitchen garden plants of Tangkhul
tribe in Ukhrul district, Manipur, National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation, March 4-5, 2010, Department of Ecology & Environmental
Science, Assam University, Silchar, pp. 20.

73. Devi,
M.R., Singh, P.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2010). Wild edible plants used by the
Kabui and Monsang tribes of Manipur, National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation, March 4-5, 2010, Department of Ecology & Environmental
Science, Assam University, Silchar, pp. 21.

74. Singh, P.K. and
Devi, K.T. (2010). Conservation of Wild edible plants in Manipur, National
Seminar on Biodiversity Conservation, March 4-5, 2010, Department of Ecology
& Environmental Science, Assam University, Silchar, pp. 47-48.

75. Singh,
J.S., Singh, P.K., Dutta, B.K. and Sahoo, U.K. (2010). Effect of
processing and cooking methods on some anti-nutritive and toxic components and
on the nutritional composition in different stages of Parkia roxburgii G. Don. Pods,, National Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation, March 4-5, 2010, Department of Ecology & Environmental
Science, Assam University, Silchar, pp. 61-62.

76. Devi,
M.H., Singh, P.K.  and Choudhury,
M.D. (2010). Biochemical assessment of some selected nutritive values of ten
Food plants of Sangai (Rucervus eldi eldi Mc Clelland),
National Seminar on Biodiversity Conservation, March 4-5, 2010, Department of
Ecology & Environmental Science, Assam University, Silchar, pp. 10.

 

77. Singh, P.K. (2010).
Participated, presented an oral paper, Chaired an oral session and
member of the National Advisory Committee of the XI International Conference of
International Organization of Plant Biosystematics held at Department of
Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharastra,
India, during 2nd to 4th September, 2010.

 

78. Devi,
S.J., Singh, P.K. and Choudhury, M.D. (2010). Dye yielding plants in the
nine districts of Manipur, India, Proceedings of the XI International
Conference of International Organization of Plant Biosystematics held at
Department of Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad,
Maharastra, India, during 2nd to 4th September, 2010, Abst.
No. PMB-02, p. 70.


79. Devi,
M.R., Singh, P.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2010). Some ethno-medicinal plants of
Kabui naga tribe of Manipur, Proceedings of the XI International Conference of
International Organization of Plant Biosystematics held at Department of
Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharastra,
India, during 2nd to 4th September, 2010, Abst. No. PMP-36,
 p. 111.

80. Devi,
M.H., Singh, P.K. and Choudhury, M.D. (2010). Medicinal plants found in
Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loktak Lake Manipur, India, Proceedings of the XI
International Conference of International Organization of Plant Biosystematics
held at Department of Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Aurangabad, Maharastra, India, during 2nd to 4th
September, 2010, Abst. No. PMP-37, p. 112.

81. Devi,
Ranjana, Singh, P.K., Das, A.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2010). Ethno-Medicinal
plants of Chiru-tribe: A systematic study, Proceedings of the XI International
Conference of International Organization of Plant Biosystematics held at
Department of Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad,
Maharastra, India, during 2nd to 4th September, 2010, Abst.
No. PMP-38, p. 112.

82. Resma,
Khatoon, Singh, P.K., Das, A.K. and Dutta, B.K. (2010). A survey on
medicinal plants used by Kom tribe of Manipur, Proceedings of the XI
International Conference of International Organization of Plant Biosystematics
held at Department of Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Aurangabad, Maharastra, India, during 2nd to 4th
September, 2010, Abst. No. PMP-39,  p.
113.

83. Devi,
T.K. and Singh, P.K. (2010). Wild edible plants used as medicine in
Senapati district, Manipur, Proceedings of the XI International Conference of
International Organization of Plant Biosystematics held at Department of
Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharastra,
India, during 2nd to 4th September, 2010, Abst. No.
PMP-40, p. 113.

84. Salam,
S., Singh, P.K. and Jamir, N.S. (2010). Ethno-medicinal plant diversity
in Ukhrul district, Manipur, Proceedings of the XI International Conference of
International Organization of Plant Biosystematics held at Department of
Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharastra,
India, during 2nd to 4th September, 2010, Abst. No.
PMP-35, p. 111.

85. Ningombam,
R.D., Singh, P.K. and Salam, J.S. (2010). Medicinal Importance of Macro
and Micro-Elements and Nutritional Factors at Different stages of Pod
Development of Winged Bean (Psophocarpus
tetragonolobus
(L.) DC.) of Manipur, Proceedings of the International
Conference on Recent Trends in Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Researches held at
Department of Life Science and Bioinformatics in collaboration with
Bioinformatics Centre, Assam University, Silchar, Assam, India, during 1st  to 5th December, 2010, Abst. No.
IT-18, p. 38.

86. Participated,
presented an oral paper, Chaired an oral session and member of the
National Advisory Committee of the XI International Conference of
International Organization of Plant Biosystematics
held at Department of
Botany, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharastra,
India, during 2nd to 4th September, 2010.

87. Participated
and presented an oral paper in the National Symposium on “Plant Protection
Strategies in Organic Agriculture”
, Organized by the Department of Life Sciences,
Manipur University, Imphal Sponsored by the Indian Phytopathological  Society (Eastern Zone) from 29th
to 30th October, 2010.

88. Participated
and presented a paper in the “International Conference on Recent Trends in
Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Researches”
held at Department of Life Science
and Bioinformatics in collaboration with Bioinformatics Centre, Assam
University, Silchar, Assam, India, during 1st to 5th
December, 2010, Abst. No. IT-18, p. 38.

89. Participated
and presented an oral paper in the National Seminar on “Diversity
Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of Plants and Traditional Knowledge in
Eastern Himalaya
”, DRS Department of Botany, University of  North Bengal from 14th to 16th
December, 2010.

90. Participated
and member of the Organizing Committee of the National Symposium on “Biodiversity
Status and Conservation Strategies with special reference to North-East India”
,
Organized by the Centre of Advanced Study in Life Sciences, Manipur University,
Sponsored under Special Assistance Programme of UGC from 17th to 18th
March, 2011.

91. Participated,
presented an oral paper, Chaired an oral session Traditional Knowledge
of some indigenous medicinal plants of Manipur, Proceedings of the “CIPAM
2011 3rd International Congress on Aromatic and Medicinal Plants”

held at Universita degli Studi di Cagliari Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche
Cittadella Universitaria – S.P. Monserrato-Sestu km 0,700 09042 Monserrato (CA)
Italy, during 13  to 15th
April, 2011, Abst. No. – T4O8, p. 104.

92. Participated
and presented an Invited a talk on “Global Climate Change& its
impact on Rare, Endemic& Threatened Plants of Manipur State” in the One-day
Training programme & Capacity Building for JFMC Members & Member
Secretary of JFMCs under NAP 2010-11 0n 30/6/2011 conducted by FDA Central
Forest Division.

 

93. Participated,
presented an Invited paper, Co-Chaired an oral session “Two Endemic
Wild-Edible Smut Fungi of Wetlands of Manipur with Commercial Importance”
Proceedings of the “National Symposium Wetland 2012” held at Division of
Wetlands, Fishery Science & Aquaculture, Department of Life Science and
Bioinformatics, Assam University, Silchar, Assam, India during 21st to
23rd  November, 2012, Abst.
No. – p. 33.

 

94. Member
of the State Expert Appraisal Committee, Manipur (SEAC) included in the “The
Gazette of India-Part II-Section 3-Sub-section (ii), Dated January 11, 2013/PUSA
21, 1934 (S.O. 128(E), New Delhi, in exercise of the powers conferred by
sub-section (3) of section 3 of  Environment
(Protection) Act, 1986 (29) of 1986.

 

95. Resource
Person and presented an invited talk on “Biodiversity Hotspots of Manipur” in
the “Two-day Training Programme for Biodiversity Committee Members on 11th
and 12th February, 2014
under the sponsorship of Manipur
Biodiversity Board at Forest Training School, Luwangshangbam, Imphal, Manipur.

 

96. Participated,
presented an Invited paper, “Traditional Knowledge of Biofertilizer and
Organic Farming” Proceedings of the “National Seminar on “Organic Farming in
India: Prospects and Challenges with special reference to North East India”

Organized by: Department of Botany, Standard College, Kongba Imphal, In
Collaboration with: Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Canchipur,
Imphal, Sponsored by: University Grants Commission, during 29th to 30th March,
2014, pp. 39-50.

 

97. Devi,
M.H., Singh, P.K. and Choudhury, M.D. (2014). “Phumdi, a source
of Biofertilizer formation in the Loktal Lake Environment and utilization as a
Natural source of Biofertilizer by the people of Manipur” Proceedings of the “National
Seminar on “Organic Farming in India: Prospects and Challenges with special
reference to North East India”
Organized by: Department of Botany, Standard
College, Kongba Imphal, In Collaboration with: Department of Life Sciences,
Manipur University, Canchipur, Imphal, Sponsored by: University Grants
Commission, during 29th to 30th March, 2014, Abst.  pp. 72-73.

 

98. Ningombam,
D.S., Konsam, S.C. and Singh, P.K.  (2014). “Occurrence of Potential
Biopesticidal Plants in Manipur” Proceedings of the “National Seminar on
“Organic Farming in India: Prospects and Challenges with special reference to
North East India”
Organized by: Department of Botany, Standard College,
Kongba Imphal, In Collaboration with: Department of Life Sciences, Manipur
University, Canchipur, Imphal, Sponsored by: University Grants Commission,
during 29th to 30th March, 2014, Abst.  pp.
79-80.

 

99. P.K.  (2014). Resource Person for one hour
live show entitle “Encouraging the Van Mahahsav” on DD-13. On D/R & D/T.
24-7-2014, at 2.00 to 3.00 p.m., duration one hour, place of
Broadcast/Telecast- DDK, Imphal, Fee Rs. 2000/- (Rupees Two thousand) only,
Order No. DDK/IMP-42(20) 2014-15. Page no. 67. Dt.22-7-2014.


100. P.K.  (2014). Participated,
presented an Invited paper (Session No. V: IL-5), session
Identification of Poisonous and Toxic Indigenous Medicinal Plants of Manipur” Chaired
an oral Session-IV on 27th
September, 2014 of national Level
Workshop on “Toxicity of Medicinal Plants”(NWTMP) Organized by Department of
Chemistry, Modern College in collaboration with Department of Chemistry,
Manipur University, Canchipur, Sponsored by the UGC (NERO), Guwahati, 26-27
September, 2014.

 

101. P.K.  (2014). Participated,
presented an Invited paper, “Traditional Knowledge System and Practice
of Folk Medicinal Plants of Manipur” on 21st Oct., 2014, Session No.
4 of National Seminar on Knowing Manipur from the Endogenous Perspective
Jointly Organized by Centre for Manipur Studies, Manipur University and Indian
Council of Social Science Research, Monday-Tuesday, 20-21 October 2014.


102. P.K.  (2014). Participated
and Chaired Session No. III,
“Two Days UGC National Seminar Traditional
Food Habits and Preservation of Bamboo Products, Fish Products, Fermented
Soyabean in India’s Northeast” Dated 30-31 October, 2014 Department of
Anthropology, Kha Manipur College, Manipur In Collaboration with Department of
Anthropology, Manipur University, Manipur.

103. P.K.  (2015). Participated
and Chaired Technical Session No. I,
Four Days World Youth Summit 2015
India, “Youth For Global Empowerment” Dated 29th March to 2nd
April, 2015, City Convention Centre, Imphal , Technical Session No.1-
“Conservation of Bio-diversity for Sustainable Development” 12.30 pm to 1.00 pm
on 30th March, 2015.

104. P.K.  (2015). Presented
an Invited Talk No. IT2 and Chaired Technical Session IV, Poster Presentation
,
Additions to the Angiospermic Flora of Manipur State with New records under
some selected families, Manipur, India, National conference on Aspectss and
Prospects of Spermatiphyte Taxonomy: Focus on Plant Resources of India, Organised
by: Bioinformatics Centre (DBT-BIF), Assam University, Silchar In collaboration
with East Himalayan Society for Spermatophyte Taxonomy,North Bengal University,
Siliguri, 26-27 February, 2015, , p. 3.

105. Ningthouja, S.S., Talikdar, A.D., Singh, P.K.
and Choudhury, M.D. (2015). Prediction of Habitat sustainability of Coptis
teeta in North East India using species distribution model, National conference
on Aspectss and Prospects of Spermatiphyte Taxonomy: Focus on Plant Resources
of India, Organised by: Bioinformatics Centre (DBT-BIF), Assam University,
Silchar In collaboration with East Himalayan Society forSpermatophyte
Taxonomy,North Bengal University, Siliguri, 26-27 February, 2015, Abstract No.
OP17, pp. 30-31.

106. Devi, M.H., Singh, P.K. and Choudhury, M.D.
(2015). Wild edible Macrophytes of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Liktak Lake,
Manipur, India, National conference on Aspectss and Prospects of Spermatiphyte
Taxonomy: Focus on Plant Resources of India, Organised by: Bioinformatics
Centre (DBT-BIF), Assam University, Silchar In collaboration with East
Himalayan Society forSpermatophyte Taxonomy, North Bengal University, Siliguri,
26-27 February, 2015, Abstrt No. PP5, pp. 44-45.

107. Konsam, S.C., Ningthouja, S.S. and Singh, P.K.
(2015). Phytochemical Screening and Antimicrobial analysis of the extracts of
Goniothalamus sesquipedalis Hook. f. & Thomson, National conference on
Aspectss and Prospects of Spermatiphyte Taxonomy: Focus on Plant Resources of
India, Organised by: Bioinformatics Centre (DBT-BIF), Assam University, Silchar
In collaboration with East Himalayan Society forSpermatophyte Taxonomy,North
Bengal University, Siliguri, 26-27 February, 2015, Abstrt No. PP9, pp. 48.

108. Devi, K.T., Singh, P.K. and Bhattacharjyya (2015).
Some medicinally important grasses & bamboos in the valley Districts of
Manipur, India, National conference on Aspectss and Prospects of Spermatiphyte
Taxonomy: Focus on Plant Resources of India, Organised by: Bioinformatics
Centre (DBT-BIF), Assam University, Silchar In collaboration with East
Himalayan Society for Spermatophyte Taxonomy,North Bengal University, Siliguri,
26-27 February, 2015, Abstrt No. PP11, pp. 50.




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