Dr. Amitava  Rakshit

Dr. Amitava Rakshit

Assistant Professor
Banaras Hindu University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Soil Science from Indian Institute of Technology, India

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Biography

Dr. Amitava Rakshit is currently working as Assistant Professor at Institute of Agricultural Science, India. He obtained his Ph.D. in Soil Science from Indian Institute of Technology, India. His main area of interest related to Plant and Soil Sciences. His area of expertise includes Rhizosphere Chemistry, Nutrient Use Efficiency, and Bioremidiation. He has published more than 74 research articles in national and international journals, 9 books, 17 chapters in books, and 40 abstract presented in national and international seminars and symposia contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Rhizosphere Chemistry
62%
Plant Nutrition
90%
Bioremediation
75%
Soil Science
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sivaranjani, S. and A. Rakshit, 2016. Indigenous materials for improving water quality. Nat. Environ. Pollut. Technol., 15: 171-176.
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  2. Singh, S., A. Rakshit and S. Sivaranjani, 2016. Assessment of water quality index of Pratapgarh district of Uttar Pardesh, India. J. Indian Water Resour. Soc., 36: 1-8.

  3. Rakshit, A., S. Pal, A. Farooqui, M. Parihar, R.S. Yadav, A. Chattopadhyay and H.B. Singh, 2016. Joint ventures of plants and arbuscular mycorrhiza creating an underground revolution. Climate Change Environ. Sustain., 4: 99-109.
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  4. Rai, A.K., A. Rakshit, S. Rai, M. Parihar and V. Seth, 2016. Factors responsible for phosphorus uptake efficiencies of crop species in hot sub humid eco-region of Middle Gangetic Plains of India. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 10: 1303-1310.
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  5. Parihar, M. and A. Rakshit, 2016. Arbuscular mycorrhiza: A versatile component for alleviation of salt stress. Nat. Environ. Pollut. Technol., 15: 417-428.
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  6. Pal, S., H.B. Singh, A. Farooqui and A. Rakshit, 2016. Commercialization of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Technology in Agriculture and Forestry. In: Agriculturally Important Microorganisms: Commercialization and Regulatory Requirements in Asia, Singh, H.B., B.K. Sarma and C. Keswani (Eds.). Springer, Singapore, ISBN: 978-981-10-2575-4, pp: 97-105.

  7. Meena, S.K., A. Rakshit and V.S. Meena, 2016. Effect of seed bio-priming and N doses under varied soil type on Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE) of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under greenhouse conditions. Biocatal. Agric. Biotechnol., 6: 68-75.
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  8. Manjhi, B.K., S. Pal, S.K. Meena, R.S. Yadav, A. Farooqui, H.B. Singh and A. Rakshit, 2016. Mycorrhizoremediation of nickel and cadmium: A promising technology. Nat. Environ. Pollut. Technol., 15: 647-652.
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  9. Kumar, S.S., S. Deb, P.B. Bhadoria, D. Mukhopadhyay, A. Rakshit and A. Choudhury, 2016. Impact of Pseudomonas putida on available soil phosphorus dynamics and crop productivity under lowland rice ecology. Nat. Environ. Pollut. Technol., 15: 227-232.
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  10. Kumar, O., S. Kumari, S. Rai, B. Manjhee and R.S. Yadav et al., 2016. Nutrients Contribute to Plant Disease Management with Emphasis on Wheat and Barley. In: Diseases of Wheat and their Management, Vaish, S.S. (Ed.). Associated Publishing Company, Daryaganj, New Delhi, pp: 197-216.

  11. Karmakar, R., I. Das, D. Dutta and A. Rakshit, 2016. Potential effects of climate change on soil properties: A review. Sci. Int., 4: 51-73.
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  12. Senapati, N., S. Ghosh and A. Rakshit, 2015. Towards management practices for sustainable agriculture: Modelling initiative. Satsa Mukkhapatra, 19: 49-58.

  13. Rakshit, A., S. Rai and A. Rai, 2015. Use of nanotechnology for improving water quality. In: Emerging Technologies of the 21st Century. Roy, A.K. (Ed.). New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi, India., ISBN: 978-93-83305-33-9:890, pp: 309-326.

  14. Rakshit, A., S. Rai and A. Rai, 2015. Use of Modelling in Agriculture. In: Emerging Technologies of the 21st Century. Roy, A.K. (Ed.). New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi, India., ISBN: 978-93-83305-33-9, pp: 685-700.

  15. Rakshit, A., K. Sunita, S. Pal, A. Singh and H.B. Singh, 2015. Bio-priming Mediated Nutrient Use Efficiency of Crop Species. In: Nutrient Use Efficiency: from Basics to Advances. Rakshit, A., H.B. Singh and A. Sen (Ed.). Springer India, India., ISBN: 978-81-322-2169-2, pp: 181-191.
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  16. Rakshit, A., H.B. Singh and A. Sen, 2015. Nutrient Use Efficiency: From Basics to Advances. Springer, India., ISBN: 978-81-322-2169-2, Pages: 417.
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  17. Rakshit, A., 2015. Soil biodiversity: Stars beneath our feet. Satsa Mukkhapatra, 19: 43-48.

  18. Rai, A., A. Rakshit, S. Rai, M. Parihar, M. Kumar, S. Pal and H.B. Singh, 2015. Influence of soil factors on diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in hot sub humid eco-region of middle gangetic plains of India. Ecol. Environ. Conserv., 21: 1343-1350.
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  19. Pal, S., H.B. Singh, A. Farooqui and A. Rakshit, 2015. Fungal biofertilizers in Indian agriculture: Perception, demand and promotion. J. Ecofreinedly Agric., 10: 101-113.
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  20. Manjhee, B., S. Pal, A. Farooqui, H.B. Singh, S.K. Meena, I.B. Maurya and A. Rakshit, 2015. Mycorrhizoremediation of cadmium and nickel in peri urban soil of Varanasi. J. Pure Appl. Microbiol., 9: 2293-2302.
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  21. Kumari, S., B.K. Manjhi, K.S. Beura and A. Rakshit, 2015. Decomposition of Bt cotton residues affecting soil microbial activity under varied soils. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 8: 359-364.
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  22. Deb, S., P.B.S. Bhadoria, B. Mandal, A. Rakshit and H.B. Singh, 2015. Soil organic carbon: Towards better soil health, productivity and climate change mitigation. Climate Change Environ. Sustainability, 3: 26-34.
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  23. Bisen, K., C. Keswani, S. Mishra, A. Saxena, A. Rakshit and H.B. Singh, 2015. Unrealized Potential of Seed Biopriming for Versatile Agriculture. In: Nutrient Use Efficiency: From Basics to Advances. Rakshit, A., H.B. Singh and A. Sen (Ed.). Springer India, India., ISBN: 978-81-322-2169-2, pp: 193-206.
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  24. Singh, S.P., H.B. Singh, D.K. Singh and A. Rakshit, 2014. Trichoderma-mediated enhancement of nutrient uptake and reduction in incidence of Rhizoctonia solani in tomato. Egyptian J. Biol., 16: 29-38.
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  25. Singh, M., M.K. Singh, A. Rakshit, S.K. Prasad and K. Kumar, 2014. Herbicides, nitrogen-scheduling and-rates effects on economics of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Econ. Affairs, 59: 663-668.
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  26. Senapati, N., S. Ghosh, H. Daniel and A. Rakshit, 2014. A Basic Concept on Modelling Soil Organic Carbon. In: Modelling and Simulation of Diffusive Processes. Basu, S.K. and N. Kumar (Ed.). Springer International Publishing, Switzerland., ISBN: 978-3-319-05657-9, pp: 293-313.
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  27. Sen, D., A. Rakshit and D.C. Ghosh, 2014. Effect of transplanting dates and plant population on growth parameters of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) raised from True Potato Seed (TPS). Cercetari Agronomice in Moldova, 47: 97-106.
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  28. Sen, A., V.K. Srivastava, R.K. Singh, A.P. Singh and P. Raha et al., 2014. Soil and plant responses to the application of Ascophyllum nodosum extract to no-till wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 46: 123-136.
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  29. Rakshit , A., S. Pal, S. Meena, B. Manjhee, Preetipriya and S. Rai et al., 2014. Bio-priming: A potential tool in the integrated resource management. Satsa Mukkhapatra, 18: 94-103.

  30. Raja, P., A. Rakshit and R. Patidar, 2014. Integrated Disease Management in Nursery. In: Integrated Pest Management for Sustainable Agriculture. Singh, K.M. (Ed.). New Delhi Publishers, New Delhi, India., ISBN: 978-93-81274-70-5, pp: 121-128.

  31. Parewa, H.P., R. Amitava, A. Monsefi and B. Lal, 2014. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: A way to improve soil quality. Popular Kheti, 2: 85-92.

  32. Parewa, H.P., J. Yadav, A. Rakshit, V. Meena and N. Karthikeyan, 2014. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria enhance growth and nutrient uptake of crops. Agric. Sustainable Dev., 2: 101-116.

  33. Parewa, H.P., J. Yadav and A. Rakshit, 2014. Effect of fertilizer levels, FYM and bioinoculants on soil properties in inceptisol of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 7: 517-525.
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  34. Kumari, S., A. Rakshit and K. Beura, 2014. Decomposition of Bt cotton and non Bt cotton residues under varied soil types. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Food Sci., 3: 360-363.

  35. Kumar, L. and A. Rakshit, 2014. Groundwater quality in the shallow aquifers of the hadauti plateau of the district of Baran, Rajasthan, India. Slovak J. Civil Eng., 22: 7-14.
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  36. Kumar, K., S.K. Prasad, A. Rakshit, M.K. Singh and S. Mahendra, 2014. An economics of rice cultivation through appropriate management of zinc under northern gangetic alluvial plain. Econ. Affairs, 59: 485-488.
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  37. Rakshit, A., S. Pal, S. Rai, A. Rai, M.K. Bhowmick and H.B. Singh, 2013. Micronutrient seed priming: a potential tool in integrated nutrient management. SATSA Mukhaptra, 17: 77-89.

  38. Rakshit, A., S. Pal and R. Karmakar, 2013. Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Perception, Documentation and Threat. In: Information and Knowledge Management Tools, Techniques and Practices. Roy, A.K. (Ed.). New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi, India., pp: 577-583.

  39. Rakshit, A., S. Pal and P.B.S. Bhadoria, 2013. Maize and groundnut prefer different form of phosphorus on P-fixing soil. Mycorrhiza News, 24: 6-9.

  40. Rakshit, A., 2013. Pest and disease tolerance in rice cv Pusa basmati as related to different locally available organic manures grown in new Alluvail region of west Bengal, India. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 593-597.
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  41. Rai, A., S. Rai and A. Rakshit, 2013. Mycorrhiza-mediated phosphorus use efficiency in plants. Environ. Exp. Biol., 11: 107-117.
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  42. Pal, S., H.B. Singh, A. Rai and A. Rakshit, 2013. Evaluation of different medium for producing on farm arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculums. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 6: 557-562.
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  43. Pal, S., H.B. Singh and A. Rakshit, 2013. Potential of different crop species for nickel and cadmium phytoremediation in peri-urban areas of Varanasi district (India) with more than twenty years of wastewater irrigation history. Italian J. Agron., 8: 58-64.
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  44. Meena, K.S. and A. Rakshit, 2013. Does Rhizospheric Microorganism Enhance Nutrients Availability. In: Systemic Approach in Implementation of Informational and Resource Saving Technologies in Food-Crop Production: Prerequisite For Ecobalancing. Rao, R. (Ed.)., Mahima Publications, Varanasi, India., ISBN 978-81-926935-2-1, pp: 57-65.

  45. Kumar, D., A.P. Singh, P. Raha, A. Rakshit, C.M. Singh and P. Kishor, 2013. Potassium humate: A potential soil conditioner and plant growth promoter. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 6: 441-446.
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  46. Dutta, D., M. Gopal, D.P. Ray and A. Rakshit, 2013. Comparison of nutrients in transgenic and non-transgenic cabbage (Brassica oleracea. L) for bio-safety evaluation. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 6: 11-14.
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  47. Bhowmick, M.K., B. Duary, P.K. Biswas, A. Rakshit and B. Adhikari, 2013. Seed Priming, row spacing and foliar nutrition in relation to growth and yield of chickpea under rainfed condition. Satsa Mukkhapatra, 17: 114-119.

  48. Beura, K. and A. Rakshit, 2013. Bt cotton influencing enzymatic activities under varied soils. Open J. Ecol., 3: 505-509.
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  49. Verma, D.K. and A. Rakshit, 2012. Evaluating effects of water withdrawals on chemical aspects of ground water quality in araziline block of Varanasi district, Uttar Pradesh, India. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 5: 353-360.
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  50. Pal, S., H.B. Singh and A. Rakshit, 2012. Impact of long-term wastewater irrigation on the abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal spores in the peri-urban soil of Varanasi. TERI`s Mycorrhiza Network, 24: 16-19.
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  51. Choduhury, M. and A. Rakshit, 2012. Chemical aspects of ground water quality in the shallow aquifers in selected districts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 5: 345-351.
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  52. Beura, K. and A. Rakshit, 2012. Effect of BT Cotton on Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungiinfection under varied soil type. Mycorrhiza News, 24: 11-12.

  53. Verma, D.K. and A. Rakshit, 2011. Water purification using indigenous method. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 4: 283-284.

  54. Singh, K., A. Rakshit, D. Kumar and H.P. Parewa, 2011. Efect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus on the accumulation of Ni and Cd in rice (Oryza sativa L) crop. Environ. Econ., 29: 1538-1543.

  55. Kumar, D., A. Rakshit, H.P. Parewa and P. Kumar, 2011. Nutrient use efficiency in different crop species: A review. Environ. Ecol., 29: 2098-2105.

  56. Beura, K. and A. Rakshit, 2011. Effect of Bt cotton on nutrient dynamics under varied soil type. Italian J. Agron., 6: 25-28.
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  57. Verma, D.K. and A. Rakshit, 2010. Waste water: A resource for agriculture. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 3: 339-341.

  58. Thorie, M., N.C. Sarkar, A. Rakshit and R.K. Maiti, 2010. Rice nursery management for healthy seedling. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 3: 247-251.

  59. Sen, D., A. Rakshit, N.C. Sarkar, D.C. Ghosh and S.K.B. Roy, 2010. Effect of transplanting dates and spacing on yield attributing character, productivity and economics of potato cultivation through True Potato Seed (TPS) technology. Italian J. Agron., 5: 35-42.
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  60. Rakshit, A., N.C. Sarkar and R.K. Maiti, 2010. Basics of conversion to organic farming. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 3: 253-256.

  61. Rakshit, A., M. Ratikanta and N.C. Sarkar, 2010. Salt affected soils and their management. Int. J. Bio Resour. Stress Manage., 1: 5-12.

  62. Rakshit, A. and P.S. Bhadoria, 2010. Role of VAM on growth and phosphorus nutrition of maize with low soluble phosphate fertilization. Acta Agronomica, 59: 119-123.
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  63. Parewa, H.P., A. Rakshit, A.M. Rao, N.C. Sarkar and P. Raha, 2010. Evaluation of maize cultivars for phosphorus use efficiency in an inceptisol. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 3: 195-198.
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  64. Nath, T., P. Raha and A. Rakshit, 2010. Sorption and desorption behaviour of iodine in alluvial soils of Varanasi, India. Agricultura, 8: 9-14.

  65. Rakshit, A., N.C. Sarkar and R.K. Maiti, 2009. Managing salt-affected soils for crop cultivation. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 2: 480-483.

  66. Rakshit, A., N.C. Sarkar and R.K. Maiti, 2009. Diagnosis of soil acidity and alkalinity problem in crop. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 2: 478-479.

  67. Rakshit, A., K. Singh, D. Kumar and P. Kumar, 2009. Bioremediation of peri-urban areas of Varanasi irrigated with treated sewage water. N. Biotechnol., 25: S377-S377.
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  68. Rakshit, A., 2009. Performance of Abelmoschus esculentus L. cv Arka Anamika (IIHR Sel 10) grown in New Alluvail region of west Bengal, India with different locally available organic manures. e-J. Sci. Technol., 4: 31-43.
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  69. Rakshit, A. and P.S. Bhadoria, 2009. Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal hyphal length on simulation of P influx with the mechanistic model. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 3: 1-4.
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  70. Rakshit, A. and N.C. Sarkar, 2009. Fertiliser quality control with quick testing kits. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 2: 188-189.

  71. Nath, T., P. Raha and A. Rakshit, 2009. Quality of underground water with a special reference to selenium in varanasi district of Uttar Pradesh. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 2: 278-283.

  72. Kumar, P., A. Rakshit, D. Sen, N.C. Sarkar and D. Kumar, 2009. Bioremidiation of contaminated soil-what is it? Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 2: 105-109.

  73. Sarkar, N.C., A.K. Paul, A. Rakshit and R.K. Maiti, 2008. Liquid nutrition, a modern technique for efficient fertilization. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 1: 163-165.

  74. Sarkar, N.C., A. Rakshit, R.K. Maiti and Rualthankhuma, 2008. Biodiesel, a hope for future. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 1: 293-293.

  75. Rakshit, A., P. Raha and N.C. Sarkar, 2008. Farming goes vertical: The new agriculture option for the future? Green Farm., 1: 28-29.

  76. Rakshit, A., N.C. Sarkar, D. Sen and R.K. Maity, 2008. Implications of genetically engineered crops on soil fertility. Leisa India, 10: 27-28.
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  77. Rakshit, A., N.C. Sarkar and D. Sen, 2008. Influence of organic manures on productivity of two varieties of rice. J. Cent. Eur. Agric., 9: 629-634.
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  78. Rakshit, A., D. Sen, N.C. Sarkar and R.K. Maiti, 2008. Evaluating different model based Decision Support Systems (DSS) in agriculture. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 1: 64-67.

  79. Rakshit, A. and P.B.S. Bhadoria, 2008. Measurement of Arbuscular Mycorrhiinal Hyphal length and prediction of P influx by a mechanistic model. World J. Agric. Sci., 4: 23-27.
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  80. Rakshit, A. and P. Bhadoria, 2008. Indigenous arbuscular mycorrhiza is more important for early growth period of groundnut (Arachis hypogea L.) for P influx in an Oxisol. Acta Agric. Slovenica, 91: 397-406.
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  81. Rakshit, A. and D. Sen, 2008. Potential of different locally available organic manures on the performance of Abelmoschus esculentus L. Cv Arka Anamika (IIHR Sel 10) grown in New Alluvail region of West Bengal, India. Am. Eureian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 4: 603-610.
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  82. Mihra, P.K. and A. Rakshit, 2008. Conequence of climate change for Indian agricultural productivity and land use. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 1: 160-162.

  83. Maiti, R.K., V. Padmavathi, M.U. Devi, A. Rakshit and N.C. Sarkar, 2008. Research advances on physiological basis of crop growth in tomato: A review. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 1: 94-106.

  84. Sarkar, N.C., R.K. Maiti and A. Rakshit, 2007. Advances in integrated weed management technology for modern rice farming. Green Farming, 1: 10-15.

  85. Rakshit, A. and P.B.S. Bhadoria, 2007. An Indirect method for predicting activity of root exudates in field grown maize and groundnut in a low P soil. J. Indian Soc. Soil Sci., 55: 493-499.

  86. Sen, D., A. Mukherjee and A. Rakshit, 2006. Studies on various growth parameters of twelve wheat genotypes under late sown condition. Bangladesh J. Agril. Res., 31: 419-429.

  87. Singh, S., P.B.S. Bhadoria and A. Rakshit, 2003. Simulation of phosphorus uptake of groundnut by model on low phosphorus supplying soil. Italian J. Agron., 7: 65-70.

  88. Bhadoria, P.B.S., Y.S. Prakash, S. Kar and A. Rakshit, 2003. Relative efficacy of organic manures on rice production in lateritic soil. Soil Use Manage., 19: 80-82.
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  89. Rakshit, A., P.B.S. Bhadoria and D.K. Das, 2002. An overview of mycorrhizal symbioses. J. Interacademicia, 6: 570-581.

  90. Rakshit, A., P.B.S. Bhadoria and D. Ghosh, 2002. Influence of boron on NPK uptake of rice (Oryza sativa L.) in acid alluvial soils of Coochbehar, West Bengal. Environ. Ecol., 20: 188-190.

  91. Rakshit, A., P.B.S. Bhadoria and B.N. Mittra, 2002. Nutrient use efficiency for bumper harvest. Yojona, 56: 28-30.

  92. Rakshit, A. and P.B.S. Bhadoria, 2002. Distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal propagules in relation to physico-chemical properties in acid alluvial soils. Environ. Ecol., 20: 383-385.

  93. Prakash, Y.S., P.B.S. Bhadoria, A. Rakshit and A. Wais, 2002. Response of basmati rice to integrated nutrient sources in lateritic soil of Eastern India. Italian J. Agron., 6: 143-150.
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  94. Prakash, Y.S., P.B.S. Bhadoria and A. Rakshit, 2002. Relative efficacy of organic manures in improving resistance and pest tolerance of okra (cv. Parvani Kranti). Ann. Agric. Res., 23: 525-531.

  95. Prakash, Y.S., P.B.S. Bhadoria and A. Rakshit, 2002. Relative efficacy of organic manure in improving milling and cooking quality of rice. Int. Rice Res. Notes, 27: 43-44.
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  96. Prakash, Y.S., P.B.S. Bhadoria and A. Rakshit, 2002. Comparative efficacy of organic manures on the changes in soil properties and nutrient availability in an Alfisol. J. Indian Soc. Soil Sci., 50: 219-221.
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