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Dr. Anita Pandey
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Microbiology from Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, India
 
Institute: Govind Ballabh Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Almora, Uttarakhand, India
 
Area of Interest: Biomedical Sciences
  •   Microbial Control
  •   Biotechnological Applications
  •   Plant Growth Promoting Microorganisms
  •   Biocontorl
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.645
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Bag, N., A. Kumar, S.K. Nandi, A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2001. Efficient rooting and biological hardening of tissue culture raised tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) plants. Proceedings of the International Conference on O-CHA (Tea) Culture and Science, Session II. Production, (O-CHA'01), Shizuoka, Japan, pp: 132-135.
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2:   Bhardwaj, K.N., S.C. Tiwari and A. Pandey, 2011. Conservation of thermophilic cyanobacterial diversity and physicochemical characteristics of thermal springs of Tapoban geothermal field, Himalayan province (India). Nat. Acad. Sci. Lett., 34: 77-82.
3:   Bisht, D., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2003. Influence of microbial inoculations on Cedrus deodara in relation to survival, growth promotion and nutrient uptake of seedlings and general soil microflora. J. Sustain. For., 17: 37-54.
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4:   Chaurasia, B., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2005. Distribution, colonization and diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with central Himalayan rhododendrons. Forest Ecol. Manage., 207: 315-324.
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5:   Chaurasia, B., A. Pandey, L.M.S. Palni, P. Trivedi, B. Kumar and N. Colvin, 2005. Diffusible and volatile compounds produced by an antagonistic Bacillus subtilis strain cause structural deformations in pathogenic fungi in vitro. Microbiol. Res., 160: 75-81.
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6:   Chaurasia, B., Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 2005. Occurrence of Arbuscular Mycorrhizae in the rhizosphere of Himalayan Yew (Taxus baccata L. subsp. wallichiana (Zucc.) Pilger)-A Case Study. In: Basic Research and Applications of Mycorrhizae, G.K. Podila and A.K. Varma, (Eds.). IK International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp: 26-35.
7:   Das, C.P. and A. Pandey, 2007. Fermentation of traditional beverages prepared by Bhotiya community of Uttaranchal Himalaya. Indian J. Traditional Knowl., 6: 136-140.
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8:   Durgapal, A., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2002. The use of rhizosphere soil for improved establishment of conifers at nursery stage for application in plantation programmes. J. Sustainable For., 15: 57-73.
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9:   Ghildiyal, A. and A. Pandey, 2008. Isolation of cold tolerant antifungal strains of Trichoderma sp. from glacial sites of Indian Himalayan region. Res. J. Microbiol., 3: 559-564.
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10:   Joshi, M., S. Sharma, H.C. Rikhari, S. Bhuchar, A. Pandey, D.S. Rawat and L.M.S. Palni, 1996. Haigad Watershed: Mountain site for abb sub-programme: A report. Hima-Paryavaran, 8: 9-10.
11:   Kumar, A., S. Singh and A. Pandey, 2009. General microflora, arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization and occurrence of endophytes in the rhizosphere of two age groups of Ginkgo biloba L. of Indian Central Himalaya. Indian J. Microbiol., 49: 134-141.
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12:   Kumar, B., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2005. Extracellular amylase activity of Saccharomycopsis fibuligera, a mycelial yeast isolated from a hot spring site in Garhwal Himalayas. Indian J. of Microbiol., 45: 211-215.
13:   Kumar, B., P. Trivedi and A. Pandey, 2007. Pseudomonas corrugata: A suitable bacterial inoculant for maize grown under rainfed conditions of Himalayan region. Soil Biol. Biochem., 39: 3093-3100.
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14:   Kumar, B., P. Trivedi, A.K. Mishra, A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2004. Microbial diversity of soil from two hot Springs in Uttaranchal Himalaya. Microbiol. Res., 159: 141-146.
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15:   Malviya, M.K., A. Pandey, A. Sharma and S.C. Tiwari, 2013. Characterization and identification of actinomycetes isolated from fired plots under shifting cultivation in northeast Himalaya, India. Ann. Microbiol., 63: 561-569.
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16:   Malviya, M.K., A. Pandey, P. Trivedi, G. Gupta and B. Kumar, 2009. Chitinolytic activity of cold tolerant antagonistic species of Streptomyces isolated from glacial sites of Indian Himalaya. Curr. Microbiol., 59: 502-508.
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17:   Malviya, M.K., A. Sharma, A. Pandey, K. Rinu and P. Sati et al., 2012. Bacillus subtilis NRRL B-30408: a potential inoculant for crops grown under rainfed conditions in the mountains. J. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 12: 811-824.
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18:   Nandi, S.K.A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 1994. Cancer cure from the Himalayan yew. CHEA Bull., 7: 41-47.
19:   Palni L.M.S. and A. Pandey, 1994. Plant Biotechnology: Opportunities and Challenges. In: Current Advances in Science and Animal Production in India, Somvanshi, R. and R.R. Lokeshwar (Eds.). International Book Distributing Co., Lucknow, pp: 174-188.
20:   Palni, L.M.S., A. Sood, M. Sharma, D.V. Rao, G. Chand, A. Pandey and N.K. Jain, 1993. Tissue Culture of Tea: Possibilities and Limitations. In: Tea Culture, Processing and Marketing, Mulky, M.J. and V.S. Sharma (Eds.). Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp: 21-23.
21:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 1996. The rhizosphere effect of tea on soil microbes in a Himalayan monsoonal location. Biol. Fertil. Soils, 21: 131-137.
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22:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 1997. Bacillus species: The dominant bacteria of the rhizosphere of established tea bushes. Microbiol. Res., 152: 359-365.
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23:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 1997. Pseudomonas corrugata: A well adapted bacteria of higher altitude. Hima-Paryavaran, 9: 19-20.
24:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 1997. Himalayan Trees: Fungal Diseases and Control Strategies. In: Recent Res. in Ecology, Environ. and Pollution, Sati, S.C., J. Saxena and R.C. Dubey (Eds.). Today and Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers, New Delhi, pp: 283-293.
25:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 1998. Isolation of Pseudomonas corrugata from Sikkim Himalaya. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 14: 411-413.
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26:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 1998. Microbes in Himalayan soils: Biodiversity and potential applications. J. Sci. Ind. Res., 57: 668-673.
27:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 1999. Rhizosphere Microbiology of Tea. In: Global Advances in Tea Science, Jain, N.K. (Ed.). Aravali Books International (P) Ltd., New Delhi, pp: 449-462.
28:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 2004. Tea rhizosphere: Characteristic features, microbial diversity and applications. Int. J. Tea Sci., 1: 10-24.
29:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 2004. Tea rhizosphere: Microbial diversity and characteristic features and comments on microbial communication in rhizosphere. Int. J. Tea Sci., 3: 285-290.
30:   Pandey, A. and L.M.S. Palni, 2007. The rhizosphere effect in trees of the Indian central Himalaya with special reference to altitude. Applied Ecol. Environ. Res., 5: 93-102.
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31:   Pandey, A. and S. Kumar, 1989. Potential of azotobacters and azospirilla as biofertilizers for upland agriculture: A review. J. Sci. Indust. Res., 48: 134-144.
32:   Pandey, A. and S. Kumar, 1990. Inhibitory effects of Azotobacter chroococcum and Azospirillum brasilense on a range of rhizosphere fungi. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 28: 52-54.
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33:   Pandey, A. and S.T. Shende, 1991. Effect of tobactor chroocoocumculation on yield and post harvest seed quality of wheat. Zentralbl. Microbiol., 146: 489-494.
34:   Pandey, A. and S.T. Shende, 1994. Comparative studies on microbial activity in Azotobacter chroococcum inoculated wheat (Triticum aestivum) rhizosphere by plate count and manometric methods. Microbiol. Res., 149: 379-384.
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35:   Pandey, A., 2006. Soil Microbial Diversity from the Himalaya: Need for Documentation and Conservation. National Biodiversity Authority, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, Pages: 64.
36:   Pandey, A., A. Durgapal, M. Joshi and L.M.S. Palni, 1999. Influence of Pseudomonas corrugata inoculation on root colonization and growth promotion of two important hill crops. Microbiol. Res., 154: 259-266.
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37:   Pandey, A., L.M.S. Palni and D. Bisht, 2001. Dominant fungi in the rhizosphere of established tea bushes and their interaction with the dominant bacteria under in situ conditions. Microbiol. Res., 156: 377-382.
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38:   Pandey, A., L.M.S. Palni and K.P. Hebbar, 2001. Suppression of damping-off in maize seedlings by Pseudomonas corrugata. Microbiol. Res., 156: 191-194.
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39:   Pandey, A., L.M.S. Palni and N. Bag, 2000. Biological hardening of tissue culture raised tea plants through rhizosphere bacteria. Biotechnol. Lett., 22: 1087-1091.
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40:   Pandey, A., L.M.S. Palni and N. Coulomb, 1997. Antifungal activity of bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere of established tea bushes. Microbiol. Res., 152: 105-112.
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41:   Pandey, A., L.M.S. Palni, P. Mulkalwar and M. Nadeem, 2002. Effect of temperature on solubilization of tricalcium phosphate by Pseudomonas corrugata. J. Scientific and Ind. Res., 61: 457-460.
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42:   Pandey, A., L.M.S. Palni, P. Trivedi, S. Singh and B. Chaurasia et al., 2012. Microbial inoculants to support organic tea production in the mountains with special reference to Uttarakhand. Int. J. Tea Sci., 82: 81-89.
43:   Pandey, A., M. Nadeem and L.M.S. Palni, 2002. Improvement in seed germination of Himalayan yew through simple soil treatments. Indian J. For., 25: 109-113.
44:   Pandey, A., N. Bag, B. Chandra and L.M.S. Palni, 2002. Biological Hardening: A Promising Technology for Tissue Culture Industry. In: Role of Plant Tissue Culture in Biodiversity Conservation and Development, Nandi, S.K., L.M.S. Palni and A. Kumar (Eds.). Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital, pp: 565-577.
45:   Pandey, A., N. Das, B. Kumar, K. Rinu and P. Trivedi, 2008. Phosphate solubilization by Penicillium spp. Isolated from soil samples of Indian Himalayan region. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 24: 97-102.
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46:   Pandey, A., P. Trivedi, B. Kumar and L.M.S. Palni, 2006. Characterization of a phosphate solubilizing and antagonistic strain of Pseudomonas putida (B0) isolated from a sub-alpine location in the Indian central Himalaya. Curr. Microbiol., 53: 102-107.
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47:   Pandey, A., P. Trivedi, B. Kumar, B. Chaurasia, S. Singh and L.M.S. Palni, 2004. Development of Microbial Inoculants for Enhancing Plant Performance in Mountains. In: Biotechnological Approaches for Sustainable Development, Reddy, M.S. and S. Khanna (Eds.). Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, pp: 13-20.
48:   Pandey, A., S. Chaudhry, A. Sharma, V.S. Choudhary and M.K. Malviya et al., 2011. Recovery of Bacillus and Pseudomonas sp. from the fired plots under shifting cultivation in Northeast India. Curr. Microbiol., 62: 273-280.
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49:   Pandey, A., S. Singh and L.M.S. Palni, 2012. Microbial inoculants to support tea industry in India. Indian J. Biotechnol., (In Press). .
50:   Pandey, A., S. Singh, A. Kumar, M.K. Malviya and K. Rinu, 2009. Isolation of an endophytic plant growth promoting bacterium Pseudomonas sp. strain gb3 (MTCC 9476) from Ginkgo biloba L., growing in temperate Himalaya. Nat. Acad. Sci. Lett., 32: 83-88.
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51:   Pandey, A., S.T. Shende and M. Singh, 1989. Azotobacter chroococcum seed inoculation for cotton (Gossypium hirsutum): Effect on seed quality. Zentralbl. Microbiol., 144: 605-610.
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52:   Pandey, A., S.T. Shende and R.G. Apte, 1989. Effect of Azotobacter chroococcum seed inoculation on its establishment in rhizosphere, on growth and yield and yield attributing parameters of Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). Zentralbl. Mikrobiol., 144: 595-604.
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53:   Pandey, A., Y.K. Rai, E. Sharma and L.M.S. Palni, 1995. Microbes improve maize yield. Hima-Paryavaran, 7: 11-13.
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54:   Pandy, A., E. Sharma and L.K.S. Plani, 1998. Influence of bacterial inoculation on maize in upland farming systems of the sikkim himalaya. Soil Biol. Biochm., 30: 379-384.
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55:   Rinu, K. and A. Pandey, 2010. Slow and steady phosphate solubilization by a psychrotolerant strain of Paecilomyces hepiali (MTCC 9621). World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 27: 1055-1062.
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56:   Rinu, K. and A. Pandey, 2009. Bacillus subtilis NRRL B-30408 inoculation enhances the symbiotic efficiency of Lens esculenta Moench at a Himalayan location. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 172: 134-139.
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57:   Rinu, K. and A. Pandey, 2010. Temperature-dependent phosphate solubilization by cold- and pH-tolerant species of Aspergillus isolated from Himalayan soil. Mycoscience, 51: 263-271.
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58:   Rinu, K., P. Sati and A. Pandey, 2012. Trichoderma gamsii (NFCCI 2177): A newly isolated endophytic, psychrotolerant, plant growth promoting and antagonistic fungal strain. J. Basic Microbiol., (In Press). 10.1002/jobm.201200579.
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59:   Sati, P., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2012. Antimicrobial potential of leaf extracts of Ginkgo biloba L., growing in Uttarakhand, India. Nat. Acad. Sci. Lett., 35: 201-206.
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60:   Sharma, A., A. Pandey, Shouche, B. Kumar and G. Kulkarni, 2009. Characterization and identification of Geobacillus spp. isolated from Soldhar hot spring site of Garhwal Himalaya, India. J. Basic Microbiol., 49: 187-194.
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61:   Singh, K.K., S. Kumar and A. Pandey, 2008. Soil treatments for improving seed germination of rare and endangered Sikkim Himalayan rhododendrons. World J. Agric. Sci., 4: 288-296.
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62:   Singh, S., A. Kumar, A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2012. Dendrocalamus strictus [(Roxb.) Nees]: A suitable host for the maintenance and propagation of AM Fungi under temperate conditions. ISRN Soil Sci., 10.5402/2012/607213.
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63:   Singh, S., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2008. Screening of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal consortia developed from the rhizospheres of natural and cultivated tea plants for growth promotion in tea Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze. Pedobiologia, 52: 119-125.
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64:   Singh, S., A. Pandey, B. Chaurasia and L.M.S. Palni, 2008. Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with the rhizosphere of tea growing in natural and cultivated ecosites. Biol. Fertil. Soils, 44: 491-500.
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65:   Singh, S., A. Pandey, B. Kumar and L.M.S. Palni, 2010. Enhancement in growth and quality parameters of tea [Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze] through inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in an acid soil. Biol. Fertil. Soils, 46: 427-433.
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66:   Tamta, S., L.M.S. Palni and A. Pandey, 2008. Use of rhizosphere soil for raising Cedrus deodara and Quercus semecarpifolia seedlings. J. Tropical Forest Sci., 20: 82-90.
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67:   Trivedi, P. and A. Pandey, 2007. Application of immobilized cells of Pseudomonas putida strain MTCC 6842 in alginate to solubilize phosphate in culture medium and soil. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 170: 629-631.
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68:   Trivedi, P. and A. Pandey, 2007. Biological hardening of micropropagated Picrorhiza kurrooa Royel ex Benth., an endangered species of medical importance. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 23: 877-878.
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69:   Trivedi, P. and A. Pandey, 2007. Low temperature phosphate solubilization and plant growth promotion by psychrotrophic bacteria, isolated from Indian Himalayan region. Res. J. Microbiol., 2: 454-461.
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70:   Trivedi, P. and A. Pandey, 2008. Plant growth promotion abilities and formulation of Bacillus megaterium strain B 388 (MTCC6521) isolated from a temperate Himalayan location. Indian J. Microbiol., 48: 342-347.
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71:   Trivedi, P. and A. Pandey, 2008. Recovery of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria from sodium alginate beads after 3 years following storage at 4°C. J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 35: 205-209.
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72:   Trivedi, P., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2005. Carrier-based preparations of plant growth-promoting bacterial inoculants suitable for use in cooler regions. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 21: 941-945.
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73:   Trivedi, P., A. Pandey and L.M.S. Palni, 2008. In vitro evaluation of antagonistic properties of Pseudomonas corrugata. Microbiol. Res., 163: 329-336.
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74:   Trivedi, P., A. Pandey and T. Sa, 2007. Chromate reducing and plant growth promoting activities of psychrotrophic Rhodococcus erythropolis MTCC 7905. J. Basic Microbiol., 47: 513-517.
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75:   Trivedi, P., A. Pandey, L.M.S. Palni, N. Bag and M.B. Tamang, 2004. Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas corrugata: Promising bacterial inoculants for tea gardens. Int. J. Tea Sci., 3: 58-59.
76:   Trivedi, P., A. Pandey, L.M.S. Palni, N. Bag and M.B. Tamang, 2005. Colonization of rhizosphere of tea by growth promoting bacteria. Int. J. Tea Sci., 4: 19-25.
77:   Trivedi, P., B. Kumar and A. Pandey, 2006. Conservation of soil microbial diversity associated with two hot springs in Uttaranchal Himalaya. Natl. Acad. Sci. Letters, 29: 185-188.
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