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Dr. B. K. Singhal
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Sericulture from Regional Sericultural Research Station, Jharkhand, India
 
Institute: Regional Sericultural Research Station, India
 
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Sericulture
  •   Plant Ecology
  •   Medicinal Plants
  •   Plant Nutrition
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.5172
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Bhaskar, A., K.G. Vyas and B.K. Singhal, 1985. Interference of Amaranthus tricolor with the growth and development of Vigna radiata. Haryana Agric. Univ. J. Res., 15: 336-340.
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2:   Chakrabarti, S., B.K. Singhal, T. Thippeswamy and M. Rekha, 1996. Studies on the relationship between gas exchange traits and genetic variability in mulberry (Morus alba L.) under irrigated and rain fed conditions. Indian J. Sericult., 35: 54-56.
3:   Chakrabarti, S., S.S. Chauhan and B.K. Singhal, 2006. Physiological and water use efficiency to varietal improvement in mulberry: A need for rainfed sericulture. Proceedings of the Regional Seminar on Prospect and Problems of Sericulture as an Economic Enterprise in North West India, November 11-12, 2006, RSRS, Dehradun, India, pp: 2-3.
4:   Chakraborti, S. and B.K. Singhal, 1996. Seasonal variation in ascorbic acid content of promising mulberry (Morus spp.) genotypes. Indian J. Plant Physiol., 1: 298-299.
5:   Chakraborti, S., B.K. Singhal, S.K. Jalaja and A. Sarkar, 2001. Studies on the comparative performance of V-1 and S-36 mulberry varieties for physiological and biochemical parameters. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Mulberry Sericulture Research in India, November 26-28, 2001, KSSRDI, Bangalore, India, pp: 98-99.
6:   Chakraborti, S., M.R. Subramanyam and R.K. Datta, 1997. Nutrient Deficiency Management in Mulberry: A Key for Identification of Hunger Signs. Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Mysore, India.
7:   Datta, R.K., K.V. Benchamin, A.K. Ganguly, P. Kumaresan and P.K. Das et al., 1996. Global Silk Scenario-2001. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, Pages: 521.
8:   Govindaiah, D.D. Sharma, B.K. Singhal and K. Sengupta, 1990. Fusarium pallidoroseum (Cooke) Sacc. - A new pathogen causing leaf blight in mulberry (Morus alba L.). Indian J. Sericult., 29: 291-292.
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9:   Kaul, S., B.K. Singhal, A. Dhar, B.B. Bindroo and R.K. Fotadar, 2006. Intercropping in mulberry (Morus sp.) tree plantation for sustainable sericulture in Indian sub-tropics. Proceedings of the Regional Seminar on Prospect and Problems of Sericulture as an Economic Enterprise in North West India, November 11-12, 2006, RSRS, Dehradun, India, pp: 143-144.
10:   Kaul, S., B.K. Singhal, A. Dhar, B.B. Bindroo and R.K. Fotadar, 2006. Multiple cropping in mulberry (Morus sp.) for sustainable sericulture in Indian sub-tropics. Proceedings of the Regional Seminar on Prospect and Problems of Sericulture as an Economic Enterprise in North West India, November 11-12, 2006, RSRS, Dehradun, India, pp: 27-28.
11:   Khan, M.A. and B.K. Singhal, 2006. Mulberry pest and nutrient management in temperate and sub-tropics of Jammu and Kashmir. Proceedings of the Souvenir National Seminar on Soil Health and Water Management for Sustainable Sericulture, September 27-28, 2006, RSRS, Kodathi, Bangalore, pp: 55-60.
12:   Ramakant, B.D. Singh, P.K. Das, R.S. Katiyar and B.K. Singhal, 2002. Development of agronomic practices for mulberry (Morus alba) under irrigated condition. Proceedings of the 2nd International Agronomy Congress, November 26-30, 2002, New Delhi, India, pp: 649-650.
13:   Sathyanarayana Raju, C., S.N. Pallavi, M.M. Reddy, B.K. Singhal, N. Suryanarayana and K. Sengupta, 1991. Evaluation of four new mulberry varieties through silkworm rearings under irrigated condition. Indian J. Sericult., 29: 240-247.
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14:   Saxena, N.N., B.K. Singhal, P. Tewary, R.L. Bakshi, S.S. Misri and M.A. Khan, 2005. Present Sericulture Status and Field Problems of Jammu Province. In: Advances in Tropical Sericulture, Dandin, S.B., R.K. Mishra, V.P. Gupta and Y.S. Reddy (Eds.). National Academy of Sericultural Sciences, Bangalore, India, pp: 538-540.
15:   Sharma, D.D. and B.K. Singhal, 1989. Effect of different nitrogen sources on the production of antibiotic by Streptomyces dayahaqhensis and its growth. J. Curr. Biosci., 6: 130-132.
16:   Singhal, B.K. and D.N. Sen, 1981. A new method of weed control. Curr. Sci., 50: 414-415.
17:   Singhal, B.K. and D.N. Sen, 1981. Chaulai (Amaranthus): A promising wealth crop. Sci. Rep., 18: 602-605.
18:   Singhal, B.K. and D.N. Sen, 1981. Seed germination in some grasses of Indian desert. Forage Res., 7: 27-30.
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19:   Singhal, B.K. and D.N. Sen, 1982. Dimorphic seeds in a capitulum and dispersal strategies in Oligochaeta ramosa (Roxb.) Wagenitz. Curr. Sci., 51: 244-245.
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20:   Singhal, B.K. and D.N. Sen, 1983. Evaluation of herbicides for control of pigweed (Amaranthus viridis L.). Indian J. Weed Sci., 15: 174-181.
21:   Singhal, B.K. and D.N. Sen, 1985. Ecology of Indian arid zone weeds. XI. Amaranthus viridis L. Geobios New Rep., 4: 105-107.
22:   Singhal, B.K. and Roopa, 1998. Changes in physiological and biochemical parameters of promising mulberry (Morus indica L.) under water stress condition. Philippine J. Sci., 127: 277-286.
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23:   Singhal, B.K., 1990. Nutritive value of various Amaranths and their industrial prospects in India. Proceedings of the 4th National Amaranth Symposium, August 23-25, 1990, University of Minnesota, USA., pp: 181-184.
24:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar and M.A. Khan, 2006. Leaf quality of mulberry (Morus sp.) under varying cultural practices in Indian sub-tropics. Proceedings of the Regional Seminar on Prospect and Problems of Sericulture as an Economic Enterprise in North West India, November 11-12, 2006, RSRS, Dehradun, India, pp: 54-59.
25:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, A. Sharma, S. Jand, B.B. Bindroo, N.N. Saxena and M.A. Khan, 2003. Mathematical constants for non-destructive rapid method of leaf area determination in mulberry (Morus spp.). Int. J. Ind. Entomol., 6: 139-143.
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26:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, A. Sharma, S.M.H. Qadri and M.M. Ahsan, 2001. Sericulture by-products for various valuable commercial products as emerging bio science industry. Sericologia, 41: 369-391.
27:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan, 2003. Sericulture practices and future strategies under present scenario of Indian subtropics. Int. J. Ind. Entomol., 7: 107-115.
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28:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan, 2009. Effects of Mulberry (Morus sp.) Transpiration Suppressants on Economic Traits of Silkworm (Bombyx mori L.). In: Mulberry Sericulture: Problems and Prospects, Jaiswal, K., S.P. Trivedi, B.N. Pandey and A.K. Tripathi (Eds.). APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, India, pp: 141-153.
29:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan, 2009. Transpiration suppressants application in sericulture industry. Invention Intell., 44: 26-28.
30:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, B.B. Bindroo, P.M. Tripathi, S.M.H. Qadri and M.M. Ahsan, 2003. Medicinal Utilities of Mulberry and Non-Mulberry Food Plants of the Silkworm. In: Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants: Phytochemistry and Pharmacology II, Majumdar, D.K., J. N. Govil and V.K. Singh (Eds.). Vol. 8. Studium Press LLC, USA., pp: 477-500.
31:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, M.A. Khan and B.B. Bindroo, 2004. Allelopathy as a tool for improving status of Indian sericulture industry. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Protocols and Methodologies in Allelopathy, April 2-4, 2004, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, India, pp: 12-16.
32:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, M.A. Khan and B.B. Bindroo, 2005. Utilization of Sericultural Byproducts as urgent Need for Sustainable Sericulture. In: Progress of Research in Organic Sericulture and Seri-Byprodyct Utilization, Govindan, R., R. Naika, B. Sannappa and D. Chandrappa (Eds.). Seri Scientific Publishers, Bangalore, India, pp: 211-226.
33:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, M.A. Khan and B.B. Bindroo, 2008. Sericulture Cocoon Handicrafts as highly Profitable Womens Enterprise in India with special Reference to Jammu and Kashmir State. In: Scenario of Seribiotechnological Research in India, Sujathamma, P. and G. Savithri (Eds.). Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam Tirupati, India, pp: 297-302.
34:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, M.A. Khan and B.B. Bindroo, 2008. Sericulture cocoon handicrafts as highly profitable women's enterprise in India with special reference to Jammu and Kashmir state. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Scenario of Seribiotechnological Research in India, August 28-30, 2008, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati, India, pp: 297-302.
35:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, M.A. Khan, 2008. Thermo-guard mat: An eco-friendly low cost device for seri-vermery. Indian Silk, 47: 10-11.
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36:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, M.A. Khan, B.B. Bindroo and R.K. Fotedar, 2009. Potential economic additions by mulberry fruits in sericulture industry. Plant Hortic. Tech., 9: 47-51.
37:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, M.A. Khan, B.B. Bindroo and S.L. Dhar, 2009. Handicrafts from silkworm cocoon for better value addition. Indian Silk, 48: 12-15.
38:   Singhal, B.K., A. Dhar, P.M. Tripathi, S.M.H. Qadri, N.N. Saxena, B.B. Bindroo and M.A. Khan, 2005. Leaf Nutritional Quality in Different Plantation types of Mulberry (Morus sp.) in sub Tropics. In: Advances in Tropical Sericulture, Dandin, S.B., R.K. Mishra, V.P. Gupta and Y.S. Reddy (Eds.). National Academy of Sericultural Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, pp: 153-156.
39:   Singhal, B.K., An. Dhar, M.A. Khan, D. Sengupta and S.L. Dhar, 2005. Mulberry by-products utilization for sustenance of sericulture industry of Jammu and Kashmir. Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Sericultural Commission, Volume 1, December 15-18, 2005, Central Silk Board, Bangalore, India, pp: 152-156.
40:   Singhal, B.K., D.C. Bhandari and D.N. Sen, 1983. Spectral sensitivity and seedling growth in Amaranthus spp. Bangladesh J. Bot., 12: 171-177.
41:   Singhal, B.K., D.N. Sen and N.N. Umeshkumar, 1991. A report on chalazal seed germination in Oligochaeta ramose (Roxb.) Wagenitz. Adv. Plant Sci., 4: 431-433.
42:   Singhal, B.K., K. Sulochana, T. Singh, M.A. Khan, A. Dhar and D. Sengupta, 2006. Integrated approach as the prime need for successful silkworm autumn crop in Jammu province. Proceedings of the Workshop on Stabilization of Second Silkworm Crop in North India, February 20-21, 2006, RSRS, Jammu, pp: 36-37.
43:   Singhal, B.K., M.A. Khan and B.B. Bindroo, 2011. Mulberry to control human diabetes. Indian Silk, 1: 10-11.
44:   Singhal, B.K., M.A. Khan, A. Dhar, F.M. Baqual and B.B. Bindroo, 2010. Approaches to industrial exploitation of mulberry (Mulberry spp.) fruits. J. Fruits Ornam. Plant Res., 18: 83-99.
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45:   Singhal, B.K., M.F. Baqual, M.A. Khan, B.B. Bindroo and A. Dhar, 2010. Leaf surface scanning electron microscopy of 16 mulberry genotypes (Morus spp.) with respect to their feeding value in silkworm (Bombyx mori L.) rearing. Chilean J. Agric. Res., 70: 191-198.
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46:   Singhal, B.K., P.M. Tripathi and A. Dhar, 1999. Silk production strategies in new millennium. Himalayan Mail., 4: 21-22.
47:   Singhal, B.K., R.P. Bansal and D.N. Sen, 1982. Weed effect exhibited by different herbicides in cultivated fields of Indian desert. Haryana Agric. Univ. J. Res., 12: 495-502.
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48:   Singhal, B.K., S. Chakraborti, A. Sarkar and R.K. Datta, 2000. Photosynthesis for crop improvement in mulberry (Morus spp.): A review. Sericologia, 40: 27-65.
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49:   Singhal, B.K., S. Chakraborti, T. Thippeswamy and K. Giridhar, 1996. Parthenium hysterophorous allelopathy in mulberry (Morus spp.). Allelopathy J., 3: 251-254.
50:   Singhal, B.K., S. Chakraborti, V.R. Mala and T. Thippeswamy, 2003. Nutritional disorders, analytical diagnosis and nutrient guide for Mulberry (Morus spp.). Int. J. Ind. Entomol., 8: 1-15.
51:   Singhal, B.K., S. Chakraborti, V.R. Mala, A. Sarkar, R.K. Datta, S.M.H. Qadri and M.M. Ahsan, 2000. Photosynthesis-an important physiological parameter for screening of mulberry (Morus spp.) germplasm. Proceedings of the National Workshop on Management of Sericultural Germplasm for Posterity, July 26-27, 2000, CSGRC, Hosur, India, pp: 17-18.
52:   Singhal, B.K., S. Kumar, S. Sunderamoorthy and B.D. Sharma, 1983. Biology of arid zone weeds. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Advancing Frontiers of Plant Sciences, November 26-30, 1983, Jodhpur, India, pp: 286-287.
53:   Singhal, B.K., V. Kumar and V.R. Mala, 1999. SEM studies on the leaf surface of promising mulberry (Morus spp.) genotypes. J. Plant Biol., 42: 71-74.
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54:   Singhal, B.K., V.R. Mala and S. Chakraborti, 1999. Nutritional disorders of mulberry (Morus spp.) I. Effect of deficiencies on physiological and biochemical processes. Philippine J. Sci., 128: 161-170.
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55:   Singhal, B.K., V.R. Mala and V. Kumar, 1998. Indian mulberry sericulture-problems and prospects. Mod. Text. J., 4: 37-45.
56:   Singhal, B.K., V.R. Mala, A. Sarkar and R.K. Datta, 1999. Nutritional disorders of mulberry (Morus spp.) III. Leaf nutrient guide for secondary nutrients. Sericologia, 39: 599-609.
57:   Singhal, B.K., V.R. Mala, A. Sarkar and R.K. Datta, 1999. Nutritional disorders of mulberry II. Leaf nutrient guide for N, P and K under tropical condition. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Tropical Sericulture, December 28-30, 1999, Bangalore, India, pp: 109-113.
58:   Singhal, B.K., V.R. Mala, A. Sarkar and R.K. Datta, 2000. Nutritional Disorders of Mulberry. II. Leaf Nutrient Guide for N, P and K under Tropical Condition. In: Moriculture in Tropics, Chinnaswamy, K.R., R. Govindan, N.K. Krishnaprasad and D.N.R. Reddy (Eds.). University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore and Swiss Agency for Development and Co-operation, Bangalore, India, pp: 109-113.
59:   Singhvi, N.R., S. Chakraborti, B.K. Singhal and T. Thippeswamy, 1996. Extent of adoption of recommended practices by mulberry growers. J. Sericult., 4: 33-34.
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60:   Singhvi, N.R., S. Chakraborti, B.K. Singhal, M. Rekha, A. Sarkar and R.K. Datta, 2001. Genetic analysis of leaf yield and its attributes in mulberry. Adv. Plant Sci., 14: 105-109.
61:   Singhvi, N.R., S. Chakraborti, B.K. Singhal, M. Rekha, A. Sarkar and R.K. Datta, 2001. Relationship of chlorophyll content and leaf size with leaf yield in mulberry genotypes. Oikoassay, 13: 5-6.
62:   Singhvi, N.R., S. Chakraborti, B.K. Singhal, M. Rekha, A. Sarkar and R.K. Datta, 2001. Variability in leaf yield and its components in mulberry. J. Sericult., 7: 39-41.
63:   Tripathi, P.M., A. Dhar, B.B. Bindroo, B.K. Singhal and M.A. Khan, 2006. Popularization of chawki rearing concept for increasing quality cocoon production in north India. Proceedings of the Regional Seminar on Prospect and Problems of Sericulture as an Economic Enterprise in North West India, November 11-12, 2006, RSRS, Dehradun, India, pp: 46-.
64:   Umesh Kumar, N.N. and B.K. Singhal, 1990. Chlorophyll content and mineral composition of rust infected leaves of mulberry. Adv. Plant Sci., 3: 296-298.
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65:   Umesh Kumar, N.N. and B.K. Singhal, 1991. Changes in mineral contents in the leaves of Morus alba L. due to infection with Myrithecium roridum. Adv. Plant Sci., 4: 411-413.
66:   Umesh Kumar, N.N. and B.K. Singhal, 1991. Mineral composition of castor leaves affected by leaf spot. Geobios New Rep., 10: 66-67.