Hi, I am Vipin Parkash, My LiveDNA is 91.567
Dr. Vipin Parkash
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Botany from Kurukshetra University, India
Institute: Rain Forest Research Institute, India
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Plant Biology
  •   Plant Biochemistry
  •   Plant Diversity
  •   Botany
URL: http://livedna.org/91.567
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Aggarwal, A., D. Sharma, Anuradha, V. Parkash and R.S. Mehrotra, 2001. Electrophoresis pattern of mycelial protein: A tool for differentiation of Phytophthora species from Chukrasia tabularis. Ind. Phytopathol., 54: 424-428.
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2:   Aggarwal, A., D. Sharma, V. Parkash, S. Sharma and A. Gupta, 2005. Effect of soil application of Bavistin and Dithane M -45 on the occurrence of endophytic mycorrhizae and rhizosphere microbes of sunflower crop. Helia, 28: 75-88.
3:   Aggarwal, A., S. Sharma, D. Sharma and V. Parkash, 2007. Effect of Fungitoxicants on Non- Target Microorganisms. In: In: Advances in Mycology and Plant Pathology, Prashar, I.B. and M.P. Sharma (Eds.). Bisan Singh and Mahendar Pal Singh, Dehradun, India, pp: 227-243..
4:   Aggarwal, A., S. Sharma, V. Parkash and R.S. Mehrotra, 2010. Diversity and Natural Association of VAM Fungi on Some Important Trees of Haryana (Chapter-17). In: Eco-Friendly and Non Hazardous Management of Pests, Singh, T. and K. Agrawal (Eds.). Aavishkar Pub, New Delhi, pp: 210-216..
5:   Aggarwal, A., S. Sharma, V. Parkash, D. Sharma and R.S. Mehrotra, 2004. Species Diversity and VAM Association of Some Economically Important Plants of North India. In: Microbial Diversity: Opportunities and Challenges, Gautam, P. (Ed.). Shree Pub. and Distributors, New Delhi, pp: 309-318.
6:   Aggarwal, A., V. Aggrawal, V. Parkash and S. Sharma, 2006. Ethecis and Religion-Scientific Perspective. In: Nat. Sem. on Science and Technology in Sanscrit Sastraic Traditions, Rani, V. (Ed.). Parimal Publication, New Delhi, India, pp: 315-319..
7:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash and R.S. Mehrotra, 2006. VAM Fungi as Biocontrol Agents for Soil Borne Plant Pathogens. In: Plant Protection in New Millennium, Gadewar, A.V. and B.P. Singh, Satish Serial Pub. House, New Delhi, India, pp: 131-147.
8:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash, D. Sharma and S. Sharma, 2004. Ethnobotanical studies on some wild plants of lower hills of Himachal Pradesh. Applied Bot. Abstr., 24: 135-146.
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9:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash, D. Sharma and S. Sharma, 2005. Mycorrhizal Occurrence, Status and Diversity of Some Ethnobotanical Plants of Himachal Pradesh. In: The Fungi-Diversity and Conservation in India, Dargan, J.S., G.S. Atri and J.S. Dhingra (Eds.). Bisen Singh Mahendara Pal Singh. Dehradun, (U.A.) India, pp: 241-251.
10:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash, D. Sharma and S. Sharma, 2005. Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) aids in growth of Prosopis juliflora and Tecomella undulate in arid/semi arid climate. J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 35: 184-187.
11:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash, D. Sharma, S. Sharma and R.S. Mehrotra, 2005. Some Environmentally Safe Approaches to Crop Disease Control Towards Sustainable Agriculture. In: Advancing Frontiers in Ecological Researches in India, Kandya, A.K. and U. Gupta (Eds.). Bisen Singh Mahendara Pal Singh, Dehradun, India, Pp: 253-273.
12:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash, D. Sharma, S. Sharma and R.S. Mehrotra, 2005. Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) aids in growth of Prosopis juliflora and Tecomella undulata in arid/semi arid climate. J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 35: 184-187.
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13:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash, D. Sharma, S. Sharma and R.S. Mehrotra, 2009. Mycoflora of sunflower rhizosphere in relation to soil fumigation. Helia, 32: 77-84.
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14:   Aggarwal, A., V. Parkash, S. Sharma and R.S. Mehrotra, 2006. Impact of Fertilizers on VAM Fungi: A Review. In: Emerging Trends in Mycology, Plant Pathology and Microbial Biotechnology, Bagyanarayana, G., B. Bhadraiah and I.K. Kunwar (Eds.). BSP BS Publications, Hyderabad.
15:   Aggarwal, R., G. Sumran, R. Kumar, A. Aggarwal and V. Parkash, 2006. Synthesis and antifungal activity of some new1-aryl/ heteroaryl-4-methyl-1, 2, 4-triazolo [4, 3-a] quinoxalines. Indian J. Heterocyclic Chem., 16: 1-4.
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16:   Basumtari, N., V. Parkash, A.K. Tamuli, R. Teron and A.J. Saikia, 2014. Arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation affects growth and rhizospheric nutrient availability in Hevea brasiliensis (Willd. Ex. A. Juss.) Mull. Arg. clones. Int. J. Curr. Biotechnol., 2: 14-23.
17:   Gogoi, G. and V. Parkash, 2014. Some new records of stinkhorns (Phallaceae) from Hollongapar Gibbon wildlife Sanctuary, Assam, India. J. Mycol., Vol. 2014. .
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18:   Handique, L. and V. Parkash, 2014. Endomycorrhizal Diversity and Colonization in Rhizosphere and Root Cortical Region of Gnetum gnemon L. Assam, India. In: Research in Biological Sciences for Sustainable Development with the Application of Allied Branches, Das, K. (Ed.). Maharathi Prakashan, Jorhat, Assam, India, pp: 82-100.
19:   Handique, L. and V. Parkash, 2014. Nodular micro-endosymbiontic and endomycorrhizal colonization in Elaeagnus latifolia L.: A noble host of symbiotic actinorhizal and endomycorrhizal association. Int. J. Sci. Res., 3: 1713-1714.
20:   Handique, L., V. Parkash and A.D. Hazarika, 2013. Phylogeny of Musa paradisiacal, Ravenala madagascariensis and Heliconia rostrata based on morphological, biochemical, amino acid sequences of rbcL protein and matK DNA sequences. Int. J. Theoret. Applied Sci., 5: 74-83.
21:   Kaushik, S., A. Kumar, A. Aggarwal and V. Parkash, 2012. Influence of inoculation with the enomycorrhizal fungi and Trichoderma viride on morphological and physiological growth parameters of Rauwolfia serpentine Benth. Ex. Kurtz. Ind. J. Microbiol., 52: 295-299.
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22:   Kumar, J., A. Aggarwal, P. Rani, D. Sharma and V. Parkash, 2000. Plant Quarantine. In: Glimpses in Plant Sciences, Aneja, K.R., M.U. Charaya, A. Aggarwal, D.K. Hans and S.A. Khan (Eds.). Pragati Prakashan, Meerut, pp: 125-136..
23:   Kumar, K.A., M. Chhavi, A. Aggrawal and V. Prakash, 2010. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal dynamics in the rhizospheric soil of five medicinal plant species. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 6: 281-288.
24:   Mehrotra R.S. and V. Parkash, 2002. India's most useful and popular plant “PAN” (Piper betel Linn.). In: Souvenir, Science in Ancient India, Gita Niketan Awasiya Vidyalaya, Kurukshetra, Jaiswal (Ed.). Bigyan Bharti, Haryana, pp: 52-55..
25:   Mehrotra, R.S., V. Parkash and A. Aggarwal, 2003. Environmentally safe approaches to root disease control. Kavaka, 31: 17-32.
26:   Parkash V. and P. Dhungana, 2011. Mutualistic facultative myco-heterotrophy in Chameleon plant (Houttuynia cordata Thunb.). In: Mycorrhiza News, 23: 6-10.
27:   Parkash, O., R. Kumar and V. Parkash, 2008. Synthesis and antifungal activity of some new 3-hydroxy-2-(1-phenyl-3 aryl-4 pyrazolyl) chromones. Eur. J. Med. Chem., 43: 435-440.
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28:   Parkash, V. and A. Aggarwal, 2010. Traditional uses of some Ethnomedicinal plants of lower foot hills of Himachal Pradesh -I. Indian J. Trad. Knowled., 9: 519-522.
29:   Parkash, V. and A. Aggarwal, 2011. Interaction of VAM fungi with Trichoderma viride and Rhizobium sp. on establishment and growth of Eucalyptus saligna Sm. E-Int. Scien. Res. J., 3: 200-209.
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30:   Parkash, V. and A. Aggarwal, 2012. Isolation and Mass Multiplication of Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Using Different Monocot Hosts. In: In: Microbes: Diversity and Biotechnology, Sati, S.C. and B. Singh (Eds.). Daya Publishers, New Delhi, pp: 219-229..
31:   Parkash, V. and A. Ashok, 2009. Diversity of endomycorrhizal fungi and its synergistic effect on growth of Acacia catechu Willd. J. For. Sci., 55: 461-468.
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32:   Parkash, V. and A.J. Saikia, 2015. Mass production of native compost fungal activator by using different substrates and its influence on growth and development of Capsicum chinensis Bhut Jolokia. Biotechnol. Res. Int., Vol. 2015. .
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33:   Parkash, V. and H. Singh, 2012. Lavendula angustfolia L. (Lavender): An important aromatic medicinal shrub and its in vitro micro-propagation for conservation. Int. J. Agric. Technol., .
34:   Parkash, V. and P. Dhungana, 2011. Endophytic and symbiotic mycotrophy in Equisetum arvense L.: A medicinal spore-dispersing vascular sporophyte. Int. J. Current Res. Rev., 3: 32-42.
35:   Parkash, V. and P. Sandhu, 2012. In vitro antimycobiotic and antibacterial action of seed extract of Celastrus paniculatus Willd. (Jyotismati). J. Antimicrob. Photon, 127: 123-132.
36:   Parkash, V. and S. Sharma, 2013. Endomycorrhizal inoculation affects APase and ALPase enzymes in rhizospher and biomass yield of Eleusine coracana (Linn.) Gaertn. Adv. Crop Sci., 3: 811-819.
37:   Parkash, V., 2011. Up-gradation of Rapid Composting Fungal Activator Technology. In: Forestry in the Service of Nation: ICFRE Technologies, Vahuguna, V.K. (Ed.). ICFRE Press Publication, Dehradun, pp: 263-265.
38:   Parkash, V., A. Aggarwal and R.S. Mehrotra, 2007. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizae: Modern Research Trends and Future Prospects. In: The Mycorrhizae: Diversity, Ecology and Application, Tiwari, M. and S.C. Sati (Eds.). Daya Publishers, New Delhi, India, pp: 102-126.
39:   Parkash, V., A. Aggarwal and V. Sharma, 2011. Rhizospheric effect of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation on biomass production of Ruta graveolens L.: A potential medicinal and aromatic herb. J. Plant Nutri., 34: 1386-1396.
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40:   Parkash, V., A. Aggarwal, S. Sharma and D. Sharma, 2005. Antifungal activity of Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal on some phytopathogenic fungi. Bull. Nat. Inst. Ecol., 15: 215-218.
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41:   Parkash, V., A. Aggarwal, S. Sharma and D. Sharma, 2005. Effect of endophytic mycorrhizae and fungal bioagent on the development and growth of Eucalyptus saligna Sm. seedlings. Bull. Nat. Inst. Ecol., 15: 127-131.
42:   Parkash, V., A. Aggarwal, S. Sharma and R.S. Mehrotra, 2003. Ethnomedicinal studies on some wild plants of district Hamirpur in himachal pradesh. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Biochemical Sciences: Health and Environmental Aspects, October 2-4, 2003, Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd., pp: 275-278.
43:   Parkash, V., A.J. Saikia and D. Bora, 2014. Locational variability of physico-chemical properties of rhizospheric soil and myco-biota associated with Abroma augusta L. Adv. Biores., 5: 156-165.
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44:   Parkash, V., A.J. Saikia, R. Dutta and D. Borah, 2013. Wild medicinal plants of Umtasoar Range under Nonghkyllem Reserve Forest, Nongpoh, Meghalaya, India and their traditional usage by Khasi tribe-I. J. Ethnobiol. Trad. Med., 118: 228-237.
45:   Parkash, V., P. Dhungana and A. Kumar, 2012. Endomycorrhizal Investigation on Some Wild Ethnomedicinal Plants of Mount Karol, District Solan, Himachal Pradesh. In: Biodiversity evaluation: Botanical perspective, Atri, N.S., R.C. Gupta, M.I.S. Saggoo, V.K. Singhal, B. Singh and M.P. Singh (Eds.). Dehradun, India, pp: 313-323..
46:   Parkash, V., R.S. Mehrotra and A. Aggarwal, 2005. Some Aspects of Fungal Diversity and Conservation. In: In: The Fungi-Diversity and Conservation in India, Dargan, J.S., G.S. Atri and J.S. Dingra, (Eds.). Bisen Singh Mahendara Pal Singh, Dehradun, (U.A) India, pp: 21-31..
47:   Parkash, V., S. Sharma and A. Aggarwal, 2009. A monograph of Acaulospora spp. (VAM fungi) in rhizosphere of sunflower in Haryana, India. Helia, 32: 69-76.
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48:   Parkash, V., S. Sharma and A. Aggarwal, 2011. Symbiotic and synergistic efficacy of endomycorrhizae with Dendrocalamus strictus L. Plant Soil Environ., 57: 447-451.
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49:   Parkash, V., S. Sharma, K. Kaushih and A. Aggarwal, 2009. Effect of soil sterilization on bio-inoculants activity in establishment of Acacia catechu Willd. Phytomorphology, 59: 51-57.
50:   Parkash, V., Sapana, S. Kaushik and A. Aggarwal, 2009. Endomycorrhizal association of Khair (Acacia catechu Willd.): A traditionally important medicinal plant of Himachal Pradesh. Mycorrhiza News, 21: 15-18.
51:   Saikia, A.J. and V. Parkash, 2014. Arbuscular mycorrhizal status of some alien forest invasive species invading Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, Jorhat, Assam, India-I. Mycorrhiza News, 26: 2-8.
52:   Sharma, S., A. Aggarwal, V. Parkash and D. Sharma, 2005. Mass production of VAM fungi using different substrates and hosts. J. Mycopathol. Res., 43: 51-56.
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53:   Sharma, S., A. Aggarwal, V. Parkash and D. Sharma, 2005. Seasonal population dynamics of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (VAM) associated with Tectona grandis L. and Dendrocalamus strictus (Roxb.) Nees. Ind. Phytopathol., 58: 163-167.
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54:   Sharma, S., V. Parkash and A. Aggarwal, 2008. Glomales I: A monograph of Glomus spp. in rhizosphere of sunflower (Glomaceae) of Haryana, India. Helia, 31: 13-18.
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55:   Sharma, S., V. Parkash, S. Kaushish, A. Aggarwal and P. Rani, 2007. Biological control of wilt and root rot of Acacia nilotica L. In: Biocontrol of Plant Diseases, Trivedi, P.C. (Ed.). Avishkar Publishers, Jaipur, Rajasthan, pp: 125-135.
56:   Singh, K., Dharmpal and V. Parkash, 2008. Synthesis, spectroscopic studies and in vitro anti fungal activity of organosilicon (IV) and organotin (IV) complexes of 4- amono-5-mercapto-3-methyl-S-triazole Schiff Bases. Phosphorus, Sulphur, Silicon Related Elem., 183: 2784-2794.
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57:   Tanwar, A., A. Aggarwal and V. Parkash, 2013. Sugarcane bagasse: A novel substrate for mass multiplication of Funneliformi mosseae with onion as host. J. Central Eur. Agric., 14: 1502-1511.
58:   Tanwar, A., A. Aggarwal, A. Yadav and V. Parkash, 2013. Screening and selection of efficient host and sugarcane bagasse as substrate for mass multiplication of Funneliformis masseae. Biol. Agric. Horti. Int. J. Sustain. Product. Syst., 29: 107-117.
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59:   Verma, R., V. Parkash and D. Kumar, 2012. Ethnomedicinal uses of some plants of Kanag Hill in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. Int. J. Res. Ayurveda Pharm., 3: 319-323.
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