LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 

Mathew, S. P. 1990: Nomenclatural status of Tadehagi
triquetrum
(L.) Ohashi subsp. andamnicum Balakr. & Nair,
Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 14: 235.

 

Mathew, S. P. & T. Chachrabarthy 1990: A new Drypetes
Vahl (Euphorbiaceae) from South Andaman Island. Journal of Economic and
Taxonomic Botany 14: 623-625.

 

Rao, PSN & S. P.Mathew 1990: Walsura pinnata Hassk. (Meliaceae) – A new record for
India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 89: 392-393.

 

Mathew, S. P. & P. Lakshminarasimhan 1990: Rotala
andamanensis
Mathew et Lakshminarashimhan – A new species of Lytheraceae
from Andaman Islands. Bulletin of Botanical Survey of India 31: 189-191.

 

S K Srivastava & S P Mathew 1990:
Additions to genus
Aristolochia L. (Aristolochiaceae) in Bay Islands.
Bulletin of Botanical Survey of India 32: 183-185

 

Mathew, S. P. & D. Mitra 1991: Mezzittia
Beccari (Annonaceae): A new generic record for India from the Andamans. Indian
Forester 117:1077-1079.

 

Mathew, S. P. & P V Sreekumar 1992: Mapania
kurzii
Clarke (Cyperacea) – A new record for India. Journal of Bombay
Natural History Society 89: 274-275.

 

Mathew, S. P.& P. Lakshminarasimhan 1992: Memecylon
oleifolium
Bl. (Melastomataceae)- A new record for India from Andaman
Islands. Geobios New Reports 11:155-156.

 

Mathew, S. P.& P. Lakshminarasimhan 1992: Actinodaphne
sesquipedalis
(Wall. ex O. Ktze.) Hook. f. & Thoms. ex Meisser.
(Lauraceae) – A new record for India from Andaman Islands. Journal of Bombay
Natural History Society 90: 272-273.

 

Mathew, S. P.& P. Lakshminarasimhan 1993: Notes on
endemic Euphorbiaceous taxa from Andaman-Nicobar Islands. Bulletin of Botanical
Survey of India 32: 311-314.

 

Mathew, S. P.& P. Lakshminarasimhan 1993: Dehaasia
firma
Bl. (Lauraceae) – A new record to Indian flora from Andaman Islands.
Indian Journal of Forestry 16:79-80.

 

P. Lakshminarasimhan & S. P.Mathew
1993: A new name for an Indian Memecylon (Melastomaceae). Novon
3:58.

 

P. Lakshminarasimhan, S K Srivastava
&
S. P.Mathew 1993: Additions to the flora of Andaman-Nicobar
Islands. Rheedea 3: 120-123.

 

Mathew, S. P. & S. Abraham 1993: Ficus
auranctiaceae
Griff. var. aurantiaceae from South Andaman, India.
Malayan
Nature Journal 46: 145-147.

 

Mathew, S. P. & S. Abraham 1994: A note on the
rediscovery of
Jasminum andamanicum Balakr. & N. G. Nair, an endemic
endangered species from Andaman Islands. Journal of Bombay Natural History
Society 91: 161-162.

 

P. Lakshminarasimhan , S. P.Mathew
& L N Ray 1994: A
Nephelium new to India from the Nicobar Islands.
Bulletin of Botanical Survey of India 33: 317-318.

 

P. Lakshminarasimhan, S. P.Mathew & L N Ray 1994: New and
interesting plant records from Andaman-Nicobar Islands. Bulletin of Botanical
Survey of India 33: 281-287.

 

Mathew, S. P. & S. Abraham 1994: The vanishing palms
of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. Principas 38: 100-104.

 

Mathew, S. P. 1995: A note on Cryptocarya ceasia
Bl.
  (Lauraceae) from Andaman Islands.
Indian Forester 121:235-236.

 

Mathew, S. P. & S. Abraham 1995: A report on the
occurrence of
Antidesma thwaitesianum Muell.- Arg. (Euphorbiaceae) from
South Andaman. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 92: 143-144.

 

Mathew, S. P. & K C Mallick 1995: A note on the
occurrence of
Pinanga andamanensis Becc. 
from the Andaman Islands, India. Bulletin of Botanical Survey of India
34: 227-229.

 

P. Lakshminarasimhan, L N Ray & S.
P.Mathew
1995: Rhodamnia dumetorum (DC.) Merr. &
Perry.
(Myrtaceae)
– A new record for Indian from the Andaman Islands. Bulletin of Botanical
Survey of India 34: 217-219.

 

Mathew, S. P. & S. Abraham 1996: Thrixspermum
merguense
(Hook. f) Kze. (Orchidaceae) – A new record for Indian flora.
Malayan Nature Journal 50: 89-91.

 

 Mathew,
S. P..
P. Lekshminarashimhan
& J. Thomas 1996: Three new additions to the flora of Andaman and Nicobar
Islands, India.
Annuals of Forestry
4 :25-28.

 

Pushpangadan, P, S Seeni, J Thomas, SW
Decruse, A. Mohandas,
S. P.Mathew,A
Gangaprasad & R K Radha 1997: Gene bank for medicinal and aromatic plants
at Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute – A –state- of – the art
report. Proceedings of International seminar on Medicinal and Aromatic plants :
Strategies and Technologies for Conservation (
G-15 gene Banks for Medicinal
and Aromatic Plants held at Malaysia) 63-71.

 

Mathew, S. P. 1997: Floristic diversity of
Bay Islands, India International 9
th Biennial Botanical Conference,
Dhaka, Bangladesh.
pp 11.

 

Pushpangadan, P, S Seeni, J Thomas, SW
Decruse, A. Mohandas,
S. P.Mathew, A Gangaprasad & R K Radha 1998:
Simulated
in-situ gene bank – a novel approach for conservation of
medicinal and aromatic plants at Tropical Botanic Garden and Research
Institute. International conference on conservation of tropical species,
communities and ecosystems, Trivandrum, India.

 

Mathew, S. P. 1998: A supplementary report
on the flora and vegetation of the Bay Islands, India. Journal of Economic and
Taxonomic Botany 22: 249-272.

 

L N Ray, S. P.Mathew & P.
Lakshminarasimhan 1998: A preliminary report with enumeration of Angiosperms
from Shoal Bay in South Andaman Islands. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic
Botany 22:49-63.

 

Mathew, S. P. 1999: A note on the extended
distribution of
Dendrobium macrostachyum Lindl. (Orchidaceae). Journal
of Orchid Society of India, 13: 45-46.

 

Hosagoudar, V B & S. P.Mathew 2000:
A preliminary report on the mycoflora of the Bay Islands, India. Journal of
Economic and Taxonomic Botany 24: 631-640.

 

G Sreekandan Nair, S. P.Mathew.&
A. Mohandas 2000: Simulated
in-situ conservation – A sustainable
approach in genetic conservation and ecological balance. Proceedings of the
Regional workshop on watershed development management and evaluation in the
Western Ghats Region of India, Calicut, India.
pp16-20.

 

Mathew, S. P. 2000: A note on Helicia
excelsa
(Roxb.) Bl. (Proteaceae) from the Andaman Islands.
Journal of Economic and
Taxonomic Botany 24:416-418.

 

Mohandas & S. P.Mathew 2000: The necessity of Mangrove afforestation programme
forconservation of coastal region along the Kerala State. 10
th
Swadeshi Science Congress, Cochin, India.

 

A. Mohandas, S. P.Mathew & G
Sreekandan Nair 2001: Role of gene banks on quality control of medicinal
plants. International seminar on quality standardization of medicinal plants,
Chennai, India.

 

G Sreekandan Nair. S. P.Mathew
&A. Mohandas 2001:
Pinanga andamanensis – A vanishing endemic palm
from the Andaman Islands. Palms 45: 200-204.

 

Mathew, S. P.
& S.
Abraham 2001: A note on Dr. Helfer’s collection of
Piper ribesioides Wall.
from the Bay Islands, India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society
98:491-492.

 

Mathew, S. P., A. Mohandas & G Sreekandan Nair
2004: Genetic conservation of tropical medicinal and aromatic plants through
field gene bank- A case study. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 28:
403-426.

 

Mathew, S. P., A. Mohandas & G M Nair 2004: Piper
sarmenteosum
Roxb. – An addition to the flora of Andaman islands. Current
Science 87: 141-142.

 

Mathew, S. P., A. Mohandas & G M Nair 2004: Zeuxine
nervosa
(Wall. ex Lindl.) Benth. ex Cl. (Orchidaceae) from Bay Islands of
the Bay of Bengal. Journal of Orchid Society of India, 18: 1-3.

 

Mathew, PJ, A. Mohandas, S. P.Mathew,M
abdul Jabbar, Jayaprasad, S B Ajayakumar & G M Nair 2004: Conservation and
characterization of
  two intraspecific
variants of
Aegle marmelos from Andaman Islands. Abstracts- National
conference on the frontiers of research and developments in medicinal plants
pp35.

 

Mathew, PJ, A. Mohandas, S. P.Mathew,M
abdul Jabbar, Jayaprasad, S B Ajayakumar & G M Nair 2004: Conservation and
characterization of intraspecific variants of
Costus specious– A source plant of the steroid ‘Diosgenin’.
Abstracts- National conference on the frontiers of research and developments in
medicinal plants
pp36.

 

Mathew, S. P., A. Mohandas & G M Nair 2005: Pteroceras
muriculatum
(Reichb.)P. F. Hunt-– A vanishing endemic orchid from the
Andaman Islands. Orchid Digest 69:35-36.

 

Mathew, S. P., S M Shreef, A. Mohandas & G M Nair
2005:
Vanilla andamanica– Endangered wild relative of commercial vanilla
from the Andaman Islands. Orchid Review113:152-153.

 

Kalesh, K S, S M Shareef , S. P.Mathew
& M S Chemburkar 2005:
Chrysophyllum lanceolatum –A new rootstock
for Sapota (
Achras zapota L.). Journal of Applied Horticulture 7: 23-24.

 

S M Shareef , S. P.Mathew & G
Thulsidas 2005:
Ex-situ  conservation and clonal propagation of a
critically endangered endemic wild Cinnamon from the Southern Western Gnats.
Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products 12: 183-186.

 

S M Shareef & S. P.Mathew 2005:
Wild and cultivated edible Myrataceous
fruit plants of Thiruvananthapuram District.
Abstr.  XVI- IAAT Seminar.

 

Mathew, S. P., A. Mohandas, S M Shareef  & G M Nair 2006: Biocultural diversity of
the endemic ‘wild jack tree’ on the Malabar Coast of South India. Ethanobotany
Research & Applications 4: 25-40.
www.ethanobotanyjournal.org.


S M Shareef , S. P.Mathew & C
P Koshy 2006. Wild relatives and cultivated edible Myrtaceous fruit plants of
Thiruvananthapuram distirict in Kerala state. International seminar on present
trends and future prospects of Angiosperm Taxonomy
p.p.109(XVI Annual
Conference of IAAT –October 4-6).

 

Alexlal, R K Radha & S P Mathew 2006:
In vitro propagation and chemical characterization of Hornstedtia
fenzlii
(Kurz) K. Schum. : The honey bee repellent endemic species of the
Great Nicobar Island used by the Shompens. International seminar on present
trends and future prospects of Angiosperm Taxonomy
p.p.111(XVI Annual
Conference of IAAT –October 4-6).

 

Thomas, M T,  P Haridas S. P.Mathew M Abdul Jabbar,
& S Ganeshan 2006: Development of the Field Gene Bank of Medicinal and
Aromatic Plants at TBGRI. Proceedings of the 19
th Kerala Science
Congress 213-214.

 

Mathew, S. P., M Abdul Jabbar, M T Thomas & P
Haridas 2006. Establishment of live collections of Andaman Plants at TBGRI.
Proceedings of the 19
th Kerala Science Congress 239-240.

 

Mathew, S. P., M V Krishnaraj, A. Mohandas & P.
Lakshminarasimhan 2007:
Korthalsia rogersii– A vanishing endemic palm of
the Andaman Islands. Palms 51:43-47.

 

Mathew, S. P., A. Mohandas & G M Nair 2007:
Domasticating
Magnolia andamanica: a wild ornamental tree. Indian
Horticulture (May –June) 2007 pp 12.

 

S M Shareef & S. P.Mathew 2007:
Edible wild relatives of Indo-Malesian fruit trees endemic to the Western Ghats
of the Peninsular India. Journal of Non-Timber forest Products 14: 57-62.

 

Mathew, S. P. & S M Shareef 2007: The ‘wild jack’
and its vanishing biocultural attributes in Kerala. International seminar on
changing scenario in Angiosperm systematics
p.p.177(XVII Annual
Conference of IAAT –November 19-21).

 

Mathew, S. P., S. M. Shareef, C. P. Koshy & S.
Ganeshen 2008: History & development of pomiculture with special reference
to the underutilized wild edible fruits of Kerala. Chapter VII
  (p.p.
147 – 200) of the book entitled ‘Underutilized and underexploited
  Horticultural crops’ edited by K. V. Peter.

 

Mathew, S. P.,R. K Radha, P. N. Krishnan and S. Seeni
2010: Phytogeography of Andaman-Nicobar Islands with special reference to
Hornstedtia fenzlii (Kurz) K.
Schum.
  Current Science 98: 905 – 907.

 

Shareef, S. M. and S. P Mathew 2011:
Colonel propagation of Ixora polyantha Wt. – A rare endemic species of the
Western Ghats. Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products 18: 27 – 30.

 

E. S. Santhosh Kumar & S. P. Mathew 2012: Rediscovery of Begonia arnottiana (Wight) A. DC. – A
little known South Indian endemic species. Begonia 79: 71-75.

 

S. M. Shareef, S. P. Mathew & E. S. Santhoshkumar 2012: Syzygium
megacarpum(Craib) Rathakr. & N. C. Nair (Myrtaceae) – A new record for
Andaman Nicobar Islands. Indian Journal of Forestry 35: 497-498.

 

V. B. Hosagouder, A. Sabeena & S.P. Mathew 2013: Additions to the
Asterinaeous (Ascomycetes) funi in India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3670-3672.

 

Mathew, S. P., E .S. santhoshkumar & C.
Murugan 2013: 2013 Natural history of
Begonia
andamensis
– An endangered wild Begonia from Andaman Islands in the bay of
Bengal. Begonia Australis.

 

Mathew, S. P., S. M. Shrieef,
C. P. Kosy & S. Ganeshen 2008: History and Development of Pomiculture with
Special reference to Underutilized Wild Edible Fruits of Kerala (in K. V.
Peter,
Underutilized and Underexploited
Horticultural Crops
) pp 147-200.


 

Mathew, S. P., R. K. Radha, P. N. Krishnan & S. Seeni 2009:
Phytogeography of Andaman- Nicobar Islands with special reference to
Hornstedtia fenzlii (Kurz) K. Schum., Current Science 98: 905-907.


 

S M Shareef & S. P.Mathew 2011: Clonel propagation of Ixora polyantha Wt. – A rare endemic
species of the Western Ghats,
  Journal of
Non-Timber forest Products 18: 27-30

 

Santhoshkumar E. S.  & S. P. Mathew, 2012. :  Rediscovery
of
Begonia arnottiana (Wight) A.DC. –
A little known south Indian endemic species
The
Begonian
  79: 71-75.


Shreef, S. M., S. P. Mathew, & E. S. Santhoshkumar
2012:
Syzygium megacarpum (Craib)
Rathakr.
   & N. C. Nair (Myrtaceae)
from Andaman Islands, Indian Journ. Forestry 35(4): 497-498.

Radha R.K, S.P.
Mathew
and P.N. Krishnan 2012: ‘Ex
situ
conservation of Hornstedtia fenzlii (Kurz) K. Schum. – The honey bee
repellent endemic species of the Andaman Nicobar Islands

Malaysian
International Biological Symposium Abstract


 

Mathew
S P
and Lakshminarasimhan P 2013. Rediscovery of Sonerila andamanensis Stapf. & King
(Melastomataceae). Taprobanica 5:71-72.

 

Hosagouder, V. B., A. Sabeena and S. P. Mathew 2013: Additions to
Asterinaceous (Ascomycetes) fungi in India, Journal of Threatened Taxa 5:
3670-3672

 

Mathew S P 2013. Thunia alba (Lindl.) Reichb. F. – a rare wild ornamental orchid
from the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal. Orchid Digest 77:150-151.

 

Mathew
S P,
Santhoshkumar E S and Murugan C 2013. Natural
history of
Begonia andamanensis – an
endangered wild
Begonia from Andaman
Islands in the Bay of Bengal. Begonia Australis 23:37-39.

 

Santhosh Kumar E.S. and S. P. Mathew 2013. Piper velayudhanii (Piperaceae), a new
name for
P. pseudonigrum Velay. & Amalraj. Journal of Scientific
Research
5 (3),
579-580.


Babu . D.,
C.K.Biju,
S. P. Mathew and
V.B.Hosagoudar 2013: Contributions to the microfungi of Andaman Islands –
Poster presentation at the ‘Third international Science Congress’ seminar
Abstract


 

Hosagoudar, V.B., S. P. Mathew & D. Babu 2013: Foliicolous
fungi of Andaman Islands, India,
Journal of Threatened Taxa 6: 5447-5463


 

Mathew, S. P.,Gangaprasad, A and Jagadeeshan R 2014: Mimusops
andamanensis King & Gamble- A lesserknown wild edible fruit plant species,
National symposium on underutilized and wild edible plants of India – Future
crops pp 34


 

Jagadeeshan R  , A.
Gangaprasad, and
Mathew, S. P.
2014:
  Cinnamomum mohananii sp.
nov. (Lauraceae) – A new species from Southern Western Ghats of the Peninsular
India.
International Journal of Advanced Research 2: 611-614          
 

Jagadeesan, R,
A. Gangaprasad and
Mathew ,
S. P.
2014: Survey and documentation of the underutilized endemic wild
edible fruits of the Western Ghats, India. IAAT annual conference @
Bharathidasan University, Tirchi from 31/10/2014 -02/11/2014

 

S. P. Mathew
, A. Gangaprasad, Jagadeesan, R 2014: Mimusops andamanensis King &
Gamble- A lesser known wild edible fruit plant species. National seminar on
‘Underutilized wild edibles’ organized by Department of Botany, University of
Kerala from 09/12/2014 to 10/12/2014

 

Jagadeesan, R,
A. Gangaprasad and Mathew
, S. P. 2015: Arborescent Angiosperm
species of the Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve endemic to the Western Ghats.
National seminar on ‘Flowering plant reproduction and diversity’ organized by
Department of Botany, Fatima Matha College, Kollam from 09/01/2015 to
10/01/2015 

 

Jagadeesan, R,
A. Gangaprasad and Mathew
, S. P. 2015: Wild ornamental plants of
the Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve endemic to the Western Ghats of the
Peninsular India. National seminar on ‘Flowering plant reproduction and
diversity’ organized by Department of Botany, Fatima Matha College, Kollam from
09/01/2015 to 10/01/2015 

 

Santhosh Kumar, E.S., S. P.
Mathew
, M. A. Jabbar, S. G. Krishnan and K. Murugesan 2015:
  Rediscovery
of
Thottea dalzellii (Hook.f.) Karthik. & Moorthy (Aristolochiaceae)
from the Western Ghats.
International Journal of Advanced Research 3: 1-
4.

Mathew, S. P., C.
K. Biju & H. Biju 2015:
 Phytogeography
of lesser known
Mimusops andamanensis King & Gamble (Sapotaceae)
with special reference to its occurrence in Little Andaman Island. .
International
Journal of Advanced Research 3:1127 – 1131.

Jagadeesan, R, P.Sureshkumar , A.
Gangaprasad ,
  S.P. Mathew  and
E.S. Santhoshkumar 2015: Rediscovery of
Dalbergia
travancorica
Thoth. (Fabaceae) from the Southern Western Ghats. Rheedia (in
press)

 

Mathew, S.P. 2015: Pseudarthria viscida (L.) Wight & Arn. (Fabaceae) from Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal. International Journal of
Scientific Research 4 (11)

Mathew, S. P.  2015: Dendrobium herbaceum Lindl.
(Orchidaceae) from the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal.
 
Global Journal for Research Analysis 4:177-178.

Mathew, S. P. and C. R. Chitra 2015:
Propagation and
ex-situ conservation
of
mimusops andamanensis king &
gamble (sapotaceae) – a critically endangered species from Andaman-Nicobar
islands and Sri Lanka. Research Journal of Agriculture and Environmental
Management 4 (10) : 470-474.


Dr Sam P Mathew FLS
Scientist,
Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden & Research Institute,
Palode, Thiruvananthapuram,
Kerala 695 562,
India.

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