Publications


1.      
A. Jain. 2014. An overview of Ethnobotany of
Rajasthan with special reference to ethnomedicine. Tribe 41(1-4):15-28.



2.      
A. Jain & S.S.
Katewa 2014.Use of Compound Ethnomedicines of Tribal Areas of Rajasthan.
Tribe 41(1-4): 29-44.



3.      
A. Jain. 2015. A new gateway to the ethnobotany
of Rajasthan. In: Recent advances in ethnobotany (ed: Kumar, S.). Deep publications, New Delhi. 150-157.
(ISBN No. 978-93-80702-09-4).


4.      A. Jain & S.K. Sharma. 2015. Unique floral diversity and its cultural intricacy
with tribals of Rajasthan. In:
Indian Ethnobotany:
Emerging Trends
(Dr. S.K. Jain Felicitation Volume) (ed: Jain,
A.K.). Scientific Publisher, Jodhpur.
111-212.(987-81-7233-960-9).


5.      
A.
Jain. 2015.
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vfQj Hkh fdrus [kkl gSA. Vigyan Pragati (VP), NISCAIR, New Delhi. 63-64(08):15-22. ISSN: 0042-6075


6.      
A. Jain & V. Jain.
2014.  A synopsis of some name changes in
plants of Rajasthan, India. BOMRIM
6(2): 29-31


7.      
S.K.
Sharma, S.S. Katewa, A. Jain. 2014. Monocots and its status in
Phulwari-ki-nal Wildlife Sanctuary, Udaipur, Rajasthan. Journal of Herbal Medicine and Toxicology. 8(1):39-51 (ISSN:
0973-4643)


8.      
A.
Sexana, Singh S., Jain A. 2014. Case
study: Afforestation and greenbelt preparation around mining area to check air
pollution in Sem-Ki-Bhagal soapstone and dolomite mine, Rajsamand. Journal of Herbal Medicine and Toxicology.
8(1):67-71(ISSN: 0973-4643)


9.      
P.K. Galav, A.
Jain
, S.S. Katewa. 2013. Traditional veterinary medicines used by livestock
owners of Rajasthan, India.  IJTK,
12(1):47-55. (Impact factor: 0.492)
ISSN:
0975-1068(Online) ISSN: 0972-5938 (Print)


10.   P.K. Galav, A. Jain, S.S. Katewa. 2013.
Ethnoveterinary medicines used by tribals of Tadgarh-Raoli wildlife sanctuary,
Rajasthan, India. IJTK, 12(1):56-61.
(Impact factor: 0.492)
ISSN:
0975-1068(Online) ISSN: 0972-5938


11.  
S.K. Sharma, A. Jain, S.S.
Katewa. 2013. Addition to the flora of Sariska Tiger Reserve, Alwar district,
Rajasthan. Phytotaxonomy 12: 165-168. (ISSN: No. 0972-4206).


12.  
S.K.
Sharma, A. Jain. 2013. Wild flora of Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary,
Rajasthan, India. J of Economic and taxonomic botany, 37(1): 187-206. ISSN No. – 0250 – 9768.


13.  
B.K. Sharma, S. Kulshreshtha, S. Sharma, S. Singh, A. Jain, M.
Kulshreshtha. 2013. In situ and Ex Situ Conservation: Protected
Area Network and Zoos of Rajasthan. In: Faunal Heritage of Rajasthan, India –
Ecology and conservation of Vertebrates. Springer Chapter -25


14.  
S.K. Sharma, P. K. Galav, A. Jain. 2012. Contribution to the flora of kunda khoh, Shahabad (Baran  
district), Rajasthan. J of Economic and taxonomic botany, 36(3): 546 – 553. ISSN No. – 0250 – 9768


15.  
S.K. Sharma, A. Jain, S. Singh.
2012.  A study of flora of Sajjangarh
Wildlife Sanctuary, Udaipur district, Rajasthan, India. J of Economic and taxonomic botany.
36(2):353-364.
ISSN No. –
0250 – 9768.


16.   A. Jain, A.K. Jain.
2012.  Ethnobotanical studies in
Rajasthan, India – An overview. Ethnobotany. 24 (1 & 2):59-74.
(ISSN: No. 0971-1252)


17.  A. Jain, S.P. Joshi, S.S.
Katewa, R. Kulkarni, M. Choudhary. 2011. Isolation of 5-Formyl-2.3-
Dihydroisocoumarinfrom leaves of Enicostema
axillare.  Int. J of Biotechnology and Biosciences.
1(2):181-184. (ISSN:No. 2231-0304).
 


18.  M.
Choudhary, A. Jain, S.S. Katewa. 2011. Study on antibacterial activity
of Woodfordia fruticosa Kurz. J of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant
Sciences
. 33(4): 447- 450. ISSN no. 253-7125.


19.   S.K. Sharma, A.
Jain
, S.S. Katewa.
2011.  In-situ Conservation of Medicinal
Plants in Rajasthan In: Proceedings of International Conference on Folk and
Herbal medicines held at Udaipur. Scientific Publisher, Jodhpur
255-264.  (ISBN No.- 978-81-7233-776-6)
 


20.   Jain,
A., 
S. S. Katewa,
P.K. Galav.2010. Some rare and threatened plants of Sitamata wildlife
sanctuary, Rajasthan. Indian forester 136 (7): 910-921.
(ISSN
No. 0019-4816)


21. 
A. Jain, M. Choudhary, S.S. Katewa. 2010. In vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Eulophia ochreata Lindl. J of Aromatic and Medicinal Plant Sciences
32 (3): 225-228 ISSN
no. 253-7125    
SJR 0.221


22.  
A. Jain, S.K. Sharma,
S.S. Katewa, P.K. Galav, V. Jain. 2010. Snakelore and indigenous snakebite
remedies practiced by tribals of Rajasthan, India. IJTK. 10(2):258-268. (Impact factor: 0.399) (Citation no.
-3)


23.  
S.S.
Katewa, A. Jain & P.K. Galav.
2010. Ethnomedicinal Grasses of the Indian Desert, (Rajasthan) India. In:
Herbal Drugs – A modern approach to understand them better. New Central book
Agency (P) Ltd. Kolkata. 107-117. ISBN No. –
ISBN: 978-93-80026-97-8
.


24.  
P.K.
Galav, A. Jain, S.S. Katewa & A.
Nag. 2010. Animal healthcare practices  
by livestock owners at Pushkar animal fair, Rajasthan. IJTK. 9(3): 581-585. (Impact factor:
0.399) (Citation no. – 8)


25.  
S.S. Katewa, S. K. Sharma, A. Jain, P.K.
Galav. 2010.
Some unrecorded ethno medicinal uses of
plants of Phulwari-ki-nal Wildlife Sanctuary, Udaipur, Rajasthan. In: Facing biodiversity,
biotechnology, traditional knowledge and knowledge wealth Vol. II (ed: Arvind
Kumar). Vol. II.  Narosa Publishing
house
, Allahabad, 228-262.


26.  
A. Jain, M. Choudhary, S.S. Katewa. 2010.
Antimicrobial activity of Enicostema
axillare
(Lam.) Raynal. J of Pure and
Applied Microbiology
4(1): 373-77.


27.  
A. Jain,
S.S., Katewa P.K Galav, A. Nag. (2008). Some therapeutic uses of biodiversity
among the tribals of Rajasthan,
India. IJTK.
7(2): 256-262. (Impact factor:
0.492)
ISSN: 0975-1068 (Online)    ISSN: 0972-5938 (Print)
(Citation no. – 9)


28.  
S.S.
Katewa, P.K. Galav, A. Nag, A. Jain
(2008). Poisonous plants of the southern Aravalli hills  of 
Rajasthan.  IJTK. 7(2): 269-272. (Citation no. – 6) (Impact factor: 0.492)
ISSN: 0975-1068
(Online)    ISSN: 0972-5938 (Print) H
index-5, SJR 0.35, cites per doc – 0.61, total cites – 89.


29.  
A. Jain, S.S. Katewa,
B.L. Choudhary, P.K. Galav. 2008. Traditional herbal veterinary medicines from
tribal area Rajasthan, India.  J of Economic and taxonomic botany. 32:
264-269.


30.  
A. Jain, S.S Katewa, P.K. Galav, A. Nag. 2007. Unrecorded ethnomedicinal uses of
biodiversity from Tadgarh-Raoli Wildlife sanctuary, Rajasthan, India. Acta botanica Yunnanica. 29
(03):337-344. (Citation
no. – 8)


31.  
S.S. Katewa, A. Jain, B.L. Chaudhary, P.K.
Galav. 2006. Some unreported medicinal uses of plants from the tribal area of Southern Rajasthan. BULL. BOT. SURV.INDIA. 47
(1-4): 121-130. (Impact factor: 0.90) (Citation no. – 4)


32.  
A. Jain, S.S.
Katewa, P.K. Galav, P. Sharma 2004. 
Medicinal plant diversity of Sitamata wild
life sanctuary, Rajasthan, India. J of
Ethnopharmacology.
102 (2): 543
–557.
(Impact
factor
: 2.322) (Citation
no. – 62) SJR 1.08, Cites per doc 3.4, total cites 5400 H index 94.


33.  
A. Jain, S.S. Katewa, P.K. Galav. 2005. “Some phytotheraputic claims by the tribals of
Southern Rajasthan, India”.
IJTK. 4 (3): 291-297. (Impact
factor:
0.492) (Citation
no. – 19)
ISSN:
0975-1068 (
Online) ISSN: 0972-5938 (Print)


34.  
S.S.
Katewa, B.L. Chaudahry,
A. Jain (2004). Folk herbal medicines
from tribal area of Rajasthan, India. J.
of
Ethnopharmacology. 92: 41-46.
(Impact
factor
: 2.322) (Citation
no. – 77)


35.  
A. Jain, S.S. Katewa, B.L. Choudhary, P.K. Galav. 2004. Folk herbal medicines used
in birth control and sexual diseases by tribals of Southern Rajasthan, India.
J. of Ethnopharmacology. 90 (1):171-177.
(Impact factor: 2.322) (Citation no. – 70)


36.  
S.S. Katewa, B.L. Chaudhary, A. Jain,
P.K. Galav. 2003. Traditional uses of plant biodiversity from Aravalli
hills of Rajasthan. IJTK, 2 (1):
27-39. (Impact factor: 0.492) (Citation
no. – 19)
ISSN:
0975-1068 (

Online) ISSN: 0972-5938 (Print)


37.  
B.L. Choudhary, Katewa,
S.S., Jain, A. & Galav, P. 2003. Fodder plants of Mewar region of
Rajasthan. Range mgmt. & Agroforestry 24(1):18-22. 0971-20700971-2070


38.  
P. K. Galav, S. S. Katewa, B. L. Chaudhary, A. Jain. 2003.
Phytosociological
studies on the grassland community of Southern Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. Indian Forester. 131(7): 943-952. 
(ISSN
No. 0019-4816)

 

39.    
S.
S. Katewa, & A. Jain. 2002.
Aromatic and medicinal grasses of Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. In: Series Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants, Vol. 7
Ethnomedicine and Pharmacognosy
II 
(Eds. V.K.Singh, J. N. Govil, Shamima Hashmi & Gurdip Singh) SCI
TECH Pub
., USA, 57-68.
ISBN No 1-930813-11-2 (HC)


40.   
S.S.
Katewa, A. Jain, B.L. Choudhary. 2002. Antibacterial activity of
essential oils of some aromatic grasses. J. of 
Tropical Medicinal Plants
.
4 (1): 15-20.
(ISSN: 1511-8525).


41.    A. Jain, S.S. Katewa.
2000.
In
– vitro

studies of antifungal activity of essential oil of Cymbopogon martinii and Cymbopogon
citratus
. Indian Perfumer. 45
(1): 53-55.
(ISSN no.  0019-607X)


42.  
S.S.
Katewa, B.L. Choudhary, A. Jain, H.K. Takhar. 2001. Some plants in folk
medicine of Rajsamand district (Rajasthan). Ethnobotany.
13: 129-134. (ISSN: No. 0971-1252).


43.  
S.S.
Katewa, B.D. Guria, & A. Jain 2001. Ethnomedicinal and
obnoxious grasses of Rajasthan, India. Journal
of Ethnopharmacology
. 76 (3): 293 – 297. (Impact factor: 2.322)
(Citation no.- 27).        


Books published:               


1. S. S. Katewa and Anita Jain 2006 “Traditional folk Herbal Medicines” Apex Publishing House, Jaipur
(Rajasthan) (ISBN No.- 81 – 301- 0028-2) Cited : 17


2. S. S. Katewa and Anita Jain 2007Ethnobotany,
Phytogeography, Plant resources Utilization
and Conservation
”. Apex Publishing House, Jaipur (Rajasthan). ISBN No.- 81
– 301- 0047-9)


3. S. S. Katewa, Praveen Galav and Anita Jain. 2010. ’Traditional folk veterinary medicines’.  Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, Rajasthan. (ISBN No.- 978-81-7233-665-3)


4.
Co-editor of magazine  –
Tribe 41(1-4), 2014.   



Dr. Anita Jain
Lecturer
Dept. of Botany
Vidhya Bhawan Rural Institute
Udaipur (Raj.)- 313 001 India
 

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