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Dr. Ashwani Kumar
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Sciences from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India
 
Institute: University of Rajasthan, India
 
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Plant Tissue Culture
  •   Biotechnology
  •   Plant Pathology
  •   Ethnobotany
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.2517
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Agarwal, S., V.R. Kumar and A. Kumar, 2013. Ethnobotanical studies on Ocimum spp in Rajasthan, India. Int. Res. J. Pharmacy, Vol. 4 (In Press). .
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2:   Agarwal, S., V.R. Kumar and A. Kumar, 2013. Pharmacognostical characterization of Ocimum spp. J. Pharmacognosy Phytochem., 2: 219-224.
3:   Barman, N., A. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2013. Radical scavenging and antioxidant potential of nuts and leaves extracts of Semecarpus anacardium (L.). Am. J. Plant Sci., 4: 1679-1683.
4:   Basu, S.K., M. Datta, M. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2011. Haploid production technology in wheat and some selected higher plants. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 5: 1087-1093.
5:   Bhansali, S., A. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2011. A comprehensive notes on some asteraceous ethnomedicinal plants of Rajasthan, India. Bioherald, 1: 169-191.
6:   Bhansali, S., A. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2011. Bhringraj (Eclipta alba (L.) Hassk): A medicinal plant of traditional value. Bioherald, 1: 115-119.
7:   Chaudhary, M. and A. Kumar, 2002. Ayurvedic crude drugs for cure of diarrhea and dysentery. Int. J. Mendel, 19: 107-108.
8:   Choudhary, M. and A. Kumar, 2001. Ayurvedic crude drugs for cure of diseases of the digestive system. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 27-28.
9:   Garg, J. and A. Kumar, 1987. Some studies on charcoal rot of Euphorbia lathyris caused by Macrophomina phaseolina. Indian Phytopathol., 41: 257-260.
10:   Garg, J. and A. Kumar, 1989. Influence of salinity on growth and hydrocarbon yield of Euphorbia lathyris. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 68: 201-204.
11:   Garg, J. and A. Kumar, 1989. Potential petro crops for Rajasthan. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 68: 199-200.
12:   Garg, J. and A. Kumar, 2011. Hydrocarbon from plants as renewable source of energy. Bioherald, 1: 31-35.
13:   Garg, J. and A. Kumar, 2011. Laticiferous plants. Renewable sources of energy. Int. J. Curr. Res., 3: 56-59.
14:   Garg, J. and A. Kumar, 2012. Effect of different soil types on growth and productivity of Euphorbial lathyris L. A hydrocarbon yielding plant. Int. Natl. J. Life Sci. Pharma Res., 2: 164-173.
15:   Garg, J. and A. Kumar, 2013. Some potential biofuel plants for production of biodiesel in Semi-arid and arid conditions: A review. Afr. J. Plant Sci., 7: 124-127.
16:   Godha, S., L.K. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2000. Study on the influence of growth regulators on growth and flowering of Chrusenthemum. J. Phytol. Res., 13: 175-178.
17:   Goyal, A., S. Roy and A. Kumar, 1994. Micropropagation of Gossypium var. L.H. 900. J. Phytol. Res., 7: 143-146.
18:   Goyal, A., S. Roy and A. Kumar, 1995. Micropropagation of Sesamum indicum var. Gujrat-1. J. Phytol. Res., 8: 177-180.
19:   Gupta, R. and A. Kumar, 2000. Ayurvedic crude drugs as potential cure of diabetes. Int. J. Mendel, 17: 127-128.
20:   Gupta, S. and A. Kumar, 1998. Influence of nitrogen sources on growth and differentiation of Arachis hypogaea. Int. J. Mendel, 15: 55-56.
21:   Gupta, S., S. Roy and A. Kumar, 1997. Micropropagation of Arachis hypogaea. J. Phytol. Res., 10: 133-136.
22:   Gupta, S., S. Roy and A. Kumar, 1998. Improvement of peanut and sunflower using in vitro techniques. Int. J. Mendel, 15: 41-42.
23:   Hatzig, S., A. Kumar, A. Neubert and S. Schubert, 2010. PEP‐carboxylase activity: A comparison of its role in a C4 and a C3 species under salt stress. J. Agron. Crop Sci., 196: 185-192.
24:   Imani, J., L.T. Thi, G. Langen, B. Arnholdt-Schmitt and S. Roy et al., 2001. Somatic embryogenesis and DNA organization of genomes from selected Daucus species. Plant Cell Rep., 20: 537-541.
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25:   Johari, S. and A. Kumar, 1992. Effect of N.P. and K. on growth and biocrude yield of Euphorbia antisyphilitica. Ann. Arid Zone, 31: 313-314.
26:   Johari, S. and A. Kumar, 1994. Influence of growth regulators on biomass and hydrocarbon yield from Euphorbia antisyphilitica (Zucc.). J. Phytol. Res., 7: 65-68.
27:   Johari, S. and A. Kumar, 1994. Latex and biomass production by Euphorbia antisyphilitica under water stress conditions. J. Environ. Pollut., 1: 3-4.
28:   Johari, S. and A. Kumar, 2013. Euphorbia antisyphilitica: Effect of growthregulators in improving growth and productivity of hydrocarbon yielding plant. Int. J. Life Sci. Pharma Res., 3: 25-28.
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29:   Johari, S. and A. Kumar, 2013. Improving growth and productivity of Euphorbia antisyphilitica: A biofuel plant for semi-arid regions. Pharmaceutical Seci., 3: 20-24.
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30:   Khandhari, J. and A. Kumar, 1994. Factors affecting conidial germination of Pyricularia grisea, The causal agent of pearl millet leaf blight. J. Phytol. Res., 7: 33-36.
31:   Kotia, A. and A. Kumar, 2001. Characterization of biomass during wasteland development in semi-arid regions. J. Environ. Pollut., 8: 213-216.
32:   Kotia, A. and A. Kumar, 2001. Characterization of weeds on wastelands and their role in eco-development. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 7-8.
33:   Kotia, A. and A. Kumar, 2001. Some of the common weeds of medicinal value from Rajasthan. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 17-20.
34:   Kumar, A. and J. Garg, 1995. Effect of organic manures on growth and hydrocarbon yield of Euphorbia lathyris L. J. Environ. Pollut., 2: 207-210.
35:   Kumar, A. and K.H. Neumann, 1999. Comparative investigations on plastid development of meristematic regions of seedlings and tissue cultures of Daucus carota L. J. Applied Bot. Angew Bot., 73: 206-210.
36:   Kumar, A. and M. Sharma, 2011. Wheat genome phylogeny and improvement. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 5: 1120-1126.
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37:   Kumar, A. and V.R. Kumar, 1974. Recent advances in plant tissue and cell culture. Planta (India), 4: 13-21.
38:   Kumar, A. and V.R. Kumar, 1974. Temperature effect on cleistothecium formation of curcubits powdery mildew. Indian J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 4: 201-202.
39:   Kumar, A., 1974. In vitro growth and chlorophyll formation in mesophyll callus tissues on sugar free medium. Phytomorphology, 24: 96-101.
40:   Kumar, A., 1974. Effect of iron and mangnesium on the growth and chlorophyll development of the tissues grown in culture. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 12: 595-596.
41:   Kumar, A., 1974. Vitamins requirement of callus tissue of Arachis hypogaea L. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 12: 465-466.
42:   Kumar, A., 1994. Laticifers as potential bioremedients for wasteland restoration. J. Environ. Pollut., 1: 101-104.
43:   Kumar, A., 1995. Cultivation of hydrocarbon yielding plants in Rajasthan as an alternative energy source. J. Environ. Pollut., 2: 67-70.
44:   Kumar, A., 2000. Traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicines: Some potential plants for bioenergy, medicine from India: Annual report institute of natural medicine. Toyama Med. Pharm. Univ., 27: 3-15.
45:   Kumar, A., B. Upadhyay and K.P. Singh, 2010. Ethno-medicinal, phytochemical and antimicrobial studies of Euphorbia tirucalli L. J. Phytol., 2: 65-77.
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46:   Kumar, A., B. Upadhyay and K.P. Singh, 2010. Pharmacognostical and antibacterial studies of different extracts of Euphorbia hirta L. J. Phytol., 2: 55-60.
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47:   Kumar, A., B. Upadhyay, A.K. Dhaker and K.P. Singh, 2010. Phytochemical analysis and influence of edaphic factors on lawsone content of lawsonia inermis l. J. Phytol., 2: 47-57.
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48:   Kumar, A., L. Bender and K.H. Neumann, 1983. Photosynthesis in cultured plant cells and their autotrophic growth. J. Plant Physiol. Biochem., 10: 130-140.
49:   Kumar, A., L. Bender and K.H. Neumann, 1984. Growth regulation plastid differentiation and the development of photosynthetic system in cultured carrot root explants as influenced by exogenous sucrose and various phytohormones. Plant Cell Tiss. Organ Cult., 3: 11-18.
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50:   Kumar, A., L. Bender and K.H. Neumann, 1999. Characterization of the photosynthetic system (ultrastructure of plastid, fluorescence induction profiles, low temperature spectra) of Arachis hypogaea L. callus cultures as influenced by sucrose and various hormonal treatments. J. Applied Bot. Angew Bot., 73: 211-216.
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51:   Kumar, A., L. Bender, B. Pauler, K.H. Neumann, H. Senger and C. Jeske, 1983. Ultrastructural and biochemical development of the photosynthetic apparatus during callus induction in carrot root explants. Plant Cell Tiss. Organ Cult., 2: 161-177.
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52:   Kumar, A., S. Johari and S. Roy, 1995. Production and improvement of bio-energy sources. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 74: 233-244.
53:   Kumar, A., U. Kant and H.C. Arya, 1972. Auxins and vitamins as related to growth and chlorophyll development in Dolichos lablab L. mesophyll tissues in culture. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 10: 65-67.
54:   Kumar, V.R., A. Kumar and H.C. Arya, 1974. Chemical nature of disease resistance and susceptibility in leaf blight of wheat caused by Alternaria triticina. Indian J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 4: 203-204.
55:   Kumar, V.R., A. Kumar and H.C. Arya, 1974. Nature of disease resistance and susceptibility in leaf blight of wheat caused by Alternaria triticina Prabhu and Prasada in vivo and in vitro conditions. Indian Phytopathol., 27: 455-458.
56:   Mahlawat, S. and A. Kumar, 2004. Ethnobotanical and pharmacognostical studies of medicinal plant Argemone mexicana (L.). Int. J. Mendel, 21: 81-82.
57:   Mahlawat, S. and A. Kumar, 2005. A potential use of certain medicinal in curing indigenous ailments among rural women. Int. J. Mendel, 22: 112-112.
58:   Mahlawat, S. and A. Kumar, 2005. Study of some traditional medicinal plants used by tribal peoples of Rajasthan in human ailments. Int. J Mendel, 22: 47-48.
59:   Mathur, N. and A. Kumar, 2012. Decolorization of methyl red by an isolated Pseudomonas putida strain MR1. Afr. J. Microbial Res., 7: 983-989.
60:   Mathur, N. and A. Kumar, 2013. Physico-chemical characterization of industrial effluents contaminated soil of sanganer. J. Emerg. Trends Eng. Applied Sci., 4: 226-228.
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61:   Mathur, N., V.K. Nigam, A. Kumar and P. Ghosh, 2008. Biodegradation of phenol by oxygenase producing thermophilic microorganisms. Asian J. Exp. Sci., 22: 55-65.
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62:   Mishra, A. and A. Kumar, 2000. Medicinally important trees of Rajasthan. Int. J. Mendel., 1: 37-38.
63:   Mishra, A. and A. Kumar, 2001. Studies on Ayurvedic crude drugs for the cure of urinary tract stones. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 41-42.
64:   Parveen, S.R. and A. Kumar, 2007. Traditional use of medicinal plants among the rural communities of Churu District in the Thar Desert, India. J. Ethnopharmacol., 113: 387-399.
65:   Rani, A. and A. Kumar, 1992. Comparative study on biomass production and hydrocarbon yield or three different varieties of Pedilanthus tithymaloides. Act Ecol., 14: 77-79.
66:   Rani, A. and A. Kumar, 1994. Effect of Edaphic factors on the growth and physiology of Pedilanthus tithymaloides Var. green. J. Environ. Pollut., 2: 5-8.
67:   Rani, A. and A. Kumar, 1994. Micropropagation of Pedilanthus tithymaloides var. green, a hydrocarbon yielding plant. J. Phytol. Res., 7: 107-110.
68:   Rani, A., S. Roy and A. Kumar, 1996. Effect of salinity stress on growth and hydrocarbon yield of Pedilanthus tithymaloides var. green. J. Environ. Pollut., 3: 21-26.
69:   Roy, A. and A. Kumar, 2013. Pretreatment methods of lignocellulosic materials for biofuel production: A review. J. Emerg. Trends Eng. Applied Sci., 4: 181-193.
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70:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1986. Influence of various factors on production of alkaloids by Claviceps fusiformis on Pennisetum typhoides callus. Acta Horticult., 188: 91-98.
71:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1987. Certain observation on the incidence of ergot of bajra. Indian J. Mycol. Pl. Pathol., 17: 52-53.
72:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1987. Uptake and metabolism of 14C sucrose by Axenic culture of Claviceps fusiformis. Indian J. Plant Pathol., 5: 158-161.
73:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1988. In vitro and in vivo studies on control measures of ergot of bajra. Indian J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 18: 66-67.
74:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1988. Carbohydrate metabolism in Claviceps fusiformis Lov. causing ergot of bajra. Indian J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 19: 35-38.
75:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1988. Role of Conidia in recurrence of ergot of bajra. Curr. Sci., 57: 394-395.
76:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1988. Screening of bajra cultivars against ergot disease. Indian Phytopathol., 41: 189-191.
77:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1989. Studies on physical and nutritional factors affecting growth and sporulation of ergot of bajra. Indian J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 19: 98-100.
78:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1990. In vitro studies on host-parasite interaction in ergot of bajra. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 69: 31-34.
79:   Roy, S. and A. Kumar, 1995. Biodiversity of Rajasthan and its energy potentials. J. Environ. Pollut., 2: 105-109.
80:   Sagervanshi, A., P. Kumari, A. Nagee and A. Kumar, 2012. Isolation and characterization of phosphate solubilizing bacteria from Anand Agricultural soil. Int. J. Life Sci. Pharma Res., 2: 256-266.
81:   Sagervanshi, A., P. Kumari, A. Nagee, and A. Kumar, 2012. Media optimization for inorganic phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from Anand Agricultural soil. Int. J. Life Sci. Pharma. Res., 2: 245-255.
82:   Saini, M.L., R. Saini, S. Roy and A. Kumar, 2008. Comparative pharmacognostical and antimicrobial studies of acacia species (Mimosaceae). J. Med. Plants Res., 2: 378-386.
83:   Saini, R.K. and A. Kumar, 1997. Antifungal and antibacterial activity of silicon Y in compounds. J. Phytol. Res., 10: 141-144.
84:   Saini, R.K., S. Roy, A. Kumar and R.V. Singh, 1997. Synthesis and evaluation of new organometallic compounds and control of ergot of bajra. Int. J. Mendel., 14: 57-58.
85:   Sanghi, S. and A. Kumar, 2000. Characterization of some of the medicinal plants of family Leguminosae used in Ayurvedic system of medicines. Int J. Mendel, 17: 109-110.
86:   Sanghi, S. and A. Kumar, 2001. Characterization of some Ayurvedic medicinal plants of family Fabaceae used for Rheumatic disease. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 99-100.
87:   Seema, S. and A. Kumar, 2003. Greening of wastelands using laticiferous plants. Nature Environ. Pollut. Technol., 2: 333-336.
88:   Sharma, A., A. Meena, R. Meena and A. Kumar, 2012. Isolation of phytosterols from static cultures of Ocimum tenuiflorum L. J. Bioprocess Technol. Photon, 96: 125-129.
89:   Sharma, A., S. Bhansali and A. Kumar, 2013. In vitro callus induction and regeneration in Eclipta alba (L.) Hassk. Int. J. Life Sci. Pharma Res., 3: 38-42.
90:   Sharma, H. and A. Kumar, 2011. Effect of plant growth regulators and chemical fertilizers on growth and productivity of chlorophytum tuberosum and pergularia daemia. J. Med. Plants Res., 5: 2647-2651.
91:   Sharma, H. and A. Kumar, 2011. Ethnobotanical studies on medicinal plants of Rajistan (India): A review. J. Med. Plants Res., 5: 1107-1112.
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92:   Sharma, L.K. N.K. Dadhich and A. Kumar, 2005. Mythological and religious approach of medicinal plants as in starry plants of India. Fashion Advertisement World, 8: 27-32.
93:   Sharma, L.K. and A. Kumar, 2002. Ayurvedic medicinal plants used in herbal cosmetics. Int. J. Mendel, 19: 11-12.
94:   Sharma, L.K. and A. Kumar, 2002. Some specific plants used in various types of cancer from Ayurvedic medicine system of India. Q. J. Swasthya, 4: 43-45.
95:   Sharma, L.K. and A. Kumar, 2005. Antimicrobial activity of Ageratum conyzoides Linn. An important medicinal plant. Asian J. Exper. Sci., 20: 1-8.
96:   Sharma, L.K. and A. Kumar, 2005. Effect of growth and flowering of Ageratum conzoides. J. Phytol. Res., 18: 91-94.
97:   Sharma, L.K. and A. Kumar, 2006. Antimicrobial activity of Ageratum conzoides Linn. A plant of Extra-medicinal value. Asian J. Exp. Sci., 20: 41-46.
98:   Sharma, L.K. and A. Kumar, 2006. Ethnobotanical and phytochemical studies on some selected medicinal plants of Rajasthan. Indian J. Enviorn. Sci., 10: 51-53.
99:   Sharma, L.K. and A. Kumar, 2007. Traditional medicinal practices of Rajasthan. Indian J. Trad. Knowledge, 6: 531-533.
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100:   Sharma, L.K., G. Agrawal and A. Kumar, 2003. Medicinal plants for skin and hair care. Indian J. Tradat. Knowl., 2: 62-68.
101:   Sharma, L.K., N.K. Dadhich and A. Kumar, 2005. Plant based veterinary medicine from traditional knowledge of India. Bull. Bot. Survey of India, 47: 43 -52.
102:   Sharma, M. and A. Kumar, 2012. Pharmacognostial characterization of some selected medicinal plants of Semi-arid regions. J. Pharmacognosy Phytochem., 1: 217-228.
103:   Sharma, M. and A. Kumar, 2013. Leguminosae (Fabaceae) in tribal medicines. J. Pharmacognosy Phytochem., 2: 276-283.
104:   Sharma, M. and A. Kumar, 2013. Traditional medicinal plants of Rajasthan used in tribal medicine: A Review. Int. J. Life Sci. Pharma. Res., 3: 38-42.
105:   Sharma, M., A. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2011. Ethnopharmacological importance of Asparagus racemosus: A review. J. Pharm. Biomed. Sci., 6: 1-13.
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106:   Sharma, M., A. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2012. Immunomodulatory potential of Asparagus racemosus Wild and Chlorophytum arundinaceum baker in winster rats. J. Med. Sci., 1: 1-5.
107:   Sharma, M., A. Sharma and A. Kumar, 2012. Vital medicine asparagus racemosus willd. Curr. Trends Biotechnol. Pharm., 6: 210-221.
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108:   Sharma, M., A. Sharma, A. Kumar and S.K. Basu, 2011. Enhancement of secondary metabolites in cultured plant cells through stress stimulus. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 6: 50-71.
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109:   Sharma, S. and A. Kumar, 2001. Ayurvedic plants for cure of hepatic diseases. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 13-14.
110:   Sharma, S. and A. Kumar, 2012. Pharmacognostical studies on medicinal plants of Semi-arid region. Prime Res. Med., 2: 505-512.
111:   Sharma, S., S. Roy, R.K. Raghuvanshi and A. Kumar, 2012. Cassia fistula L. and Cassia occidentalis L.: Plants of traditional medicines. J. Ethnobiol. Traditional Med. Photon, 117: 156-161.
112:   Sharma, S., S. Roy, R.K. Raghuvanshi and A. Kumar, 2012. Ethnobotanical studies on some medicinal plants: Cassia spp. J. Ethnobiol. Traditional Med. Photon, 117: 162-166.
113:   Sharma, V. and A. Kumar, 2001. Studies on anti-paralytic crude drugs used in Ayurvedic system. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 33-34.
114:   Shekhawat, V.P.S. and A. Kumar, 2004. Effect of salinity on proline and reducing sugar content in selected halophytes and glycophyte species. Nat. Environ. Pollut. Technol., 3: 365-368.
115:   Shekhawat, V.P.S., A. Kumar and K.H. Neumann, 2006. Effect of NaCl salinity on growth and ion accumulation in some chenopodiaceous halophytes. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 13-14: 1933-1946.
116:   Shivani S. and A. Kumar, 2000. Ayurvedic medicinal plants used for skin diseases. Int. J. Mendel, 17: 105-106.
117:   Shivani and A. Kumar, 2002. Some important medicinal plants of family solanaceae used in Ayurvedic system of medicines. Int. J. Mendel, 19: 97-98.
118:   Singh, K.P., B. Upadhyay, R. Prasad and A. Kumar, 2010. Screening of Adhatoda vasica Nees as a putative HIV-protease inhibitor. J. Phytol., 2: 78-82.
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119:   Upadhyay, B., K.P. Singh and A. Kumar, 2011. Ethno-veterinary uses and informants consensus factor of medicinal plants of Sariska region, Rajasthan, India. J. Ethnopharmacol., 133: 14-25.
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120:   Upadhyay, B., Parveen, A.K. Dhaker and A. Kumar, 2010. Ethnomedicinal and Ethnopharmaco-statistical studies of Eastern Rajasthan, India. J. Ethnopharmacol., 129: 64-86.
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121:   Vaidya, T. and A. Kumar, 1987. In vitro production of phytotoxin by Alternaria triticina. Influence of nutritional and hormonal factors. Indian J. Plant Pathol., 5: 49-52.
122:   Vaidya, T. and A. Kumar, 2000. Influence of physical factors on toxin production by Alternaira triticina. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 79: 207-208.
123:   Verma, M., A. Kumar and M. Tewari, 2003. Ethnobotanical studies on medicinal plant. Palas Int. J. Mendel, 20: 78-78.
124:   Verma, M., A. Kumar and M. Tewari, 2003. Searching for anti-diarrhoel agents among traditional medicines. Int. J. Mendel, 20: 77-77.
125:   Viayjvargiya, S. and A. Kumar, 2011. Characterization of soil from Semi-arid regions. Int. J. Curr. Sci., 3: 993-995.
126:   Vijay, N. and A. Kumar, 2004. In vitro studies of Asparagus racemosus: A plant of ayurvedic medicine. Phytomorphology, 54: 275-279.
127:   Vijay, N. and A. Kumar, 2005. Improving growth and productivity of Asparagus racemosus: Effect of N.P.K. and growth regulators. Phytomorphology, 55: 1-7.
128:   Vijay, N., A. Kumar and A. Bhoite, 2009. Influence of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizer on biochemical contents of Asparagus racemosus (willd.) root tubers. Res. J. Environ. Sci., 3: 285-291.
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129:   Yadav, A. and A. Kumar, 2001. Studies on anti-malarial drugs used in Ayurvedic system. Int. J. Mendel, 18: 29-30.