Dr. Yogesh Chandra Tripathi

Dr. Yogesh Chandra Tripathi

Sr. Scientist & Head of Academic Department/Faculty
Forest Research Institute, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Chemistry from Banaras Hindu University, India

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Biography

Dr. Yogesh Chandra Tripathi is currently working as Scientist ‘F’ Chemistry Division at Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, Uttarakhand. He has completed his Ph.D. in Chemistry-Medicinal Chemistry from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He is having 30 years research experience. Previously he was appointed as Scientist C & Head, NWFP Division and Scientist D & Head, NWFP Division at Arid Forest Research Institute, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, Scientist E & Head, Bioprospecting and Extension Division, Rain Forest Research Institute, Jorhat, Assam and Sr. Scientist & Director at Advanced Research Centre for Bamboo & Rattan, Aizawl, Mizoram, India. His main area of interest focuses on Bioprospecting of Botanicals, Forest Resource Management and Utilization, Technology Development for Value addition, and Process refinement for productivity enhancement. He has completed 15 in-house and extramural research projects. He has published 139 research articles in journals contributed as author/co-author. He has supervised 10 Ph.D. stidents and 22 postgraduate students. Currently he is supervising 4 PhD thesis. He also participated in 123 scientific meetings as Chairperson, Resource Person, Key Note Speaker, Guest of Honour and presenter. Dr. Yogesh received honors include Isheer Award from Indian Society of Health, Environment, ICFRE Cash Award, Included in Millennium Edition of “Marquis Who’s Who, and APSI Honors Award from Academy of Plant Sciences, India and number of award for best presentation in scientific meeting. He is also serving as member of several scientific bodies such as New York Academy of Science, South East Asian NTFP Network (SEANN) and Institution of Chemists, Indian Science Congress Association, Indian Chemical Society, National Academy of Sciences, Thar Gyan Vigyan Samiti, Academy of Plant Sciences, Bioved Research Society, Vigyan Parisad, Green Earth Foundation, The Arid Zone Research Association of India, Kendriya Sachivalaya Hindi Parisad, and Centre of Minor Forest Produce Society of Environmental Sciences. He is also acting as member of editorial board and referee for number of journals .

Area of Interest:

Chemistry
100%
Medicinal Chemistry
62%
Natural Products
90%
Medicinal Plants
75%
Chemical Compound
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Shankar, S.U., 2020. Assessment of physicochemical characteristics of effluents from paper mill in the state of uttar pradesh, India Int. J. Eng. Res. Technol., 10.17577/IJERTV9IS070190.
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  2. Tripathi Y.C. and N. Saini, 2019. Total phenolic, total flavonoid content and antioxidant efficacy of leaves of Eupatorium adenophorum. Int. J. Pharm. Bio. Sci., 10: 157-166.
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  3. Shityakov, S., E. Bigdelian, A.A. Hussein, M.B. Hussain, Y.C. Tripathi, M.U. Khan and M.A. Shariati, 2019. Phytochemical and pharmacological attributes of piperine: A bioactive ingredient of black pepper. Europe. J. Med. Chem., 176: 149-161.
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  4. Nishat, A. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2019. In vitro alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase inhibitory activities of fruits of ficus auriculata lour. Int. J. Pharma. Bio. Sci., 10: 134-141.
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  5. Tripathi, Y.C., N. Anjum and A. Rana, 2018. Chemical composition and In vitro antifungal and antioxidant activities of essential oil from Murraya koenigii (L.) spreng. leaves. Asian J. Biomed. Pharmaceut. Sci., 10.4066/2249-622X.65.18-729.
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  6. Sasi, S., N. Anjum and Y.C. Tripathi, 2018. Ethnomedicinal, phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of flacourtia jangomas: a review. Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci., 10.22159/ijpps.2018v10i3.23998.
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  7. Tewari, D., A.N. Sah, A.K. Mangal and Y.C. Tripathi, 2016. HPTLC fingerprinting of Swertia chirayita (Roxb. ex Fleming) karsten from high altitude area of western Himalaya. Anal. Chem. Lett., 5: 251-259.
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  8. Pandey, A.K., Y.C. Tripathi and A. Kumar, 2016. Non Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) for sustained livelihood: Challenges and strategies. Res. J. Forest., 10: 1-7.
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  9. Zhasa, N.N., P. Hazarika and Y.C. Tripathi, 2015. Indigenous knowledge on utilization of plant biodiversity for treatment and cure of diseases of human beings in Nagaland, India: A case study. Int. Res. J. Biol. Sci., 4: 89-106.
  10. Tripathi, Y.C., Z. Jhumka and N. Anjum, 2015. Evaluation of total polyphenol and antioxidant activity of leaves of Bambusa nutans and Bambusa vulgaris. J. Pharm. Res., 9: 271-277.
  11. Tripathi, Y.C., V.A. Bisht and N. Anjum, 2015. Compositional analysis and in-vitro antioxidant activity of essential oil of Artemisia nilagirica leaves. World J. Pharmaceut. Res., 4: 1663-1679.
  12. Tripathi, Y.C., S. Tiwari, N. Anjum and D. Tewari, 2015. Phytochemical, antioxidant and antimicrobial screening of roots of Asparagus racemosus Willd. World J. Pharmaceut. Res., 4: 709-722.
  13. Tripathi, Y.C., S. Singh, N. Anjum and K.K. Srivastava, 2015. Antifungal activity of Capparis decidua extracts against seed-borne pathogenic fungi. World J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 4: 1500-1512.
  14. Tripathi, Y.C., P. Shukla and D. Tewari, 2015. Phytochemical evaluation and antihyperglycemic effects of Elaeocarpus ganitrus roxb (Rudraksha) in streptozotocin induced diabetes. Int. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 7: 280-283.
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  15. Tripathi, Y.C. and R. Sundararaj, 2015. Antifeedant activity of Capparis decidua extracts against Streblote siva lefbvre (Lasiocampidae: Lepidoptera). J. Biologically Active Prod. Nat., 5: 289-294.
  16. Tripathi, Y.C. and R. Sundararaj, 2015. Antifeedant activity of Capparis decidua extracts against Streblote siva Lefbvre (Lasiocampidae: Lepidoptera). J. Biol. Active Prod. Nat., 5: 289-294.
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  17. Tripathi, Y.C. and P. Hazarika, 2015. Impact of harvesting cycle, maturity Stage, drying and storage on essential oil content of patchouli leaves grown in northeast region of India. J. Essential Oil Bearing Plants, 17: 1389-1396.
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  18. Tripathi, Y.C. and N. Anjum, 2015. Chemotaxonomic Evaluation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Used in Ayurveda. In: Recent Trends in Good Agricultural and Collection Practices for Medicinal Plants, Dhiman, K.S., M.M. Padhi, A. Mangal and N. Srikanth (Eds.). Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences, New Delhi, India, pp: 345-360.
  19. Tripathi, Y.C. and D. Tewari, 2015. Impact of different pre-treatments of Agave sisalana leaves on yield and anatomical traits of fibre. Int. J. Sci. Res., 4: 1357-1360.
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  20. Tewari, D., S. Dev and Y.C. Tripathi, 2015. Oral Sub Mucous Fibrosis (OSMF): Premalignant threat to humanity with special reference to India. SMU Med. J., 2: 281-290.
  21. Tewari, D., A.N. Shah, A.K. Mangal and Y.C. Tripathi, 2015. HPTLC fingerprinting of Swertia chirayita (Roxb. ex Fleming) Karsten from high altitude area of western Himalaya. Anal. Chem. Lett., 5: 251-259.
  22. Kumar, R., N. Anjum and Y.C. Tripathi, 2015. Phytochemistry and pharmacology of Santalum album L.: A review. World J. Pharmaceut. Res., 4: 1842-1876.
  23. Anjum, N., P. Anita and Y.C. Tripathi, 2015. Phytochemistry and pharmacology of saffron, the most precious natural source of colour, flavour and medicine. SMU Med. J., 1: 335-346.
  24. Anjum, N., A.K. Singh and Y.C. Tripathi, 2015. Impact of drying methods on content and quality of essential oil from leaves of Artemisia nilagirica (Clarke) Pamp. World J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 4: 1259-1271.
  25. Tripathi, Y.C., S. Aggrawal and D. Tewari, 2014. Pharmacognostical investigations of Dicliptera roxburghiana grown in doon valley of the foothills of Himalaya. World J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 3: 1090-1097.
  26. Tripathi, Y.C., N. Anjum, R. Kumar and D. Tewari, 2014. Phytochemical approach to ascertain quality and efficacy of plant drugs. J. Sci. Technol. Manage., 7: 279-285.
  27. Tewari, D., Y.C. Tripathi and N. Anjum, 2014. Phytochemistry and pharmacology of Plantago ovata: A natural source of laxative medicine. World J. Pharmaceut. Res., 3: 361-372.
  28. Tewari, D., N. Anjum and Y.C. Tripathi, 2014. Agave sislana: A plant with high chemical diversity and medicinal importance. World J. Pharmaceut. Res., 3: 238-249.
  29. Saxena, H.O., Y.C. Tripathi, G. Pawar, A. Kakkar and N. Mohammad, 2014. Botanicals as Biopesticides: Active Chemical Constituents and Biocidal Action. In: Familiarizing with Local Biodiversity, Khatri, P.K. and P.B. Meshram (Eds.). Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur, pp: 227-246.
  30. Rashmi, Y.C. Tripathi and N. Kaur, 2014. Phytochemical constituents and HPTLC fingerprinting profile of Phaseolus trilobus. J. Sci. Technol. Manage., 7: 13-19.
  31. Kumar, V., S. Nagar and Y.C. Tripathi, 2014. Do assorted approaches aid in estimation of uronic acids? Case studies on Tinospora sinensis polysaccharides. Int. J. Biol. Macromolecules, 7: 360-363.
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  32. Hazarika, P., Y.C. Tripathi and V. Rana, 2013. Plant Origin Pesticides in Managing Diverse Pests and Diseases of Crops. In: Forest Biodiversity-Conservation and Management, Bijalwan, A. and C.P. Kala (Eds.). Pointer Publishers, Jaipur, India, pp: 124-144.
  33. Anjum, N., Vikas and Y.C. Tripathi, 2013. Physicochemical and phytochemical investigation on Callicarpa macrophylla Vahl. Leaves from Dehradun, Uttarakhand. Univ. J. Phytochem. Ayurvedic Heights, 2: 13-16.
  34. Anjum, N. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2013. Wild edibles for nutrition and health. MFP News, 23: 6-10.
  35. Kaur, N., Rashmi, Y.C. Tripathi and L. Upadhyay, 2012. Phytochemical and antidiabetic evaluation of Phaseolus trilobus roots. J. Pharm. Res., 5: 5202-5205.
  36. Kaur, N., Rashmi and Y.C. Tripathi, 2012. Phytochemical and pharmacological attributes of Phaseolus trilobus: A major herbal ingredient of Pharma products. Univ. J. Phytochem. Ayurvedic Heights, 1: 58-63.
  37. Tripathi, Y.C., 2011. Edible Bamboo Shoots: A Nutritional Appraisal. In: Productivity Enhancement and Value Addition of Bamboo. Singh, S. and R. Das, (Eds.). Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, India, pp: 272-281.
  38. Tripathi, Y.C., 2011. Bamboo on the Touchstone of Modern Phytotherapy. In: Productivity Enhancement and Value Addition of Bamboo, Singh, S. and R. Das, (Eds.). Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, India, pp: 315-326.
  39. Tripathi, Y.C. and L. Puni, 2011. Sacred basil-a promising adaptogen. MFP News, 21: 9-12.
  40. Tripathi, Y.C. and L. Puni, 2011. Coleus forskohlii-a medicinal plant of myriad health applications. MFP News, 21: 12-17.
  41. Saxena, H.O., A.K. Pandey and Y.C. Tripathi, 2011. Ecological Implications of Bamboo Flowering in Northeast Region of India. In: Productivity Enhancement and Value Addition of Bamboo, Singh, S. and R. Das (Eds.). Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, India, pp: 27-39.
  42. Pandey, B.K., H.O. Saxena, Y.C. Tripathi and P. Hazarika, 2011. Jatropha Curcas: A Solution for Moisture Stress Shifting Cultivation Areas of Northeast Region. In: Biofuels: Potential and Challenges, Pandey, A.K. and A.K. Mandal, (Eds.). Scientific Publishers, India, pp: 131-136.
  43. Nagar, S. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2011. Phytochemicals from food plant residues - an approach to environmental clean-up. J. Phytochem. Ayurvedic Heights, 1: 12-15.
  44. Kaushik, P.K. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2011. Evaluating agroforestry practices for adoptability and sustainability: A case study with reference to Patchouli-Arecanut model. Proceedings of the 4th National Forestry Conference, November 9-11, 2009, FRI, Dehradun, India, pp: 466-470.
  45. Tripathi, Y.C., V. Kumar and Rashmi, 2010. Herbal antioxidants for health-a move towards nature. ENVIS For. Bull., 10: 1-8.
  46. Tripathi, Y.C., R. Kumar, V.K. Varshney and S. Naithani, 2010. Phytochemicals managing health hazards of pesticide exposure. ENVIS For. Bull., 10: 114-121.
  47. Tripathi, Y.C., P.K. Gupta and S. Naithani, 2010. Bioethanol from lignocelluloses: Making green fuel for cleaner environment. ENVIS For. Bull., 10: 84-93.
  48. Tripathi, Y.C., 2010. Natural product research: Where have we been-where are we now? ENVIS For. Bull., 10: 34-49.
  49. Tripathi, Y.C. and N.K. Vasu, 2010. Management and Research perspectives for staggered flowering in Bamboo. Indian For., 136: 884-897.
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  50. Tripathi, Y.C. and L. Puni, 2010. Renaissance in traditional medicine system. MFP News, 20: 14-19.
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  51. Tripathi, Y.C. and L. Khawlhring, 2010. Bamboo resource and its role in ecological security. Indian For., 136: 641-651.
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  52. Kaur, N., Y.C. Tripathi and Rashmi, 2010. Phaseolus trilobus: A review. Univ. J. Phytochem. Ayurvedic Heights, 2: 29-33.
  53. Hazarika, P. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2010. Sustainable exploration of Biomass and Bioenergy potential of wetland flora of Assam: A conceptual exposition. Indian For., 136: 1492-1502.
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  54. Tripathi, Y.C., L. Khawlhring and N.K. Vasu, 2009. Traditional and Contemporary Medicinal Applications of Bamboo. In: Conservation and Management of Bamboo Resources, Nath, S., S. Singh, A. Sinha, R. Das and R. Krishnamurty, (Eds.). IFP, Ranchi, India, pp: 232-242.
  55. Tripathi, Y.C., K. Kar and N.K. Vasu, 2009. Bamboo: A Renewable Resource of Incessant Possibilities. In: Conservation and Management of Bamboo Resources, Nath, S., S. Singh, A. Sinha, R. Das and R. Krishnamurty, (Eds.). IFP, Ranchi, India, pp: 191-204.
  56. Tripathi, Y.C., 2009. High Pressure Liquid Chromatography: Principles and Practice. In: Cellular and Biochemical Science, Tripathi, G. (Ed.). Chapter 55, IK International, New Delhi, India, pp: 1271-1309.
  57. Tripathi, Y.C., 2009. Gel Filtration and Ion Exchange Chromatography. In: Cellular and Biochemical Science, Tripathi, G. (Ed.). Chapter 54, IK International, New Delhi, India, pp: 1231-1270.
  58. Tripathi, Y.C., A. Thakur and T.C. Bhuyan, 2008. Bamboo management for productivity enhancement. Indian For., 134: 1136-1146.
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  59. Tripathi, Y.C., 2008. Bamboo entrepreneurship - opportunities for rural employment. Indian For., 134: 1199-1210.
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  60. Tripathi, Y.C., 2008. Bamboo Shoot Production and Value Addition. In: A Hand Book of Propagation, Cultivation and Management of Bamboo, Pandey, B.K., Y.C. Tripathi and P. Hazarika (Eds.). Chapter 13, Van Vigyan Kendra, RFRI, Jorhat, Assam, India, pp: 92-98.
  61. Tripathi, Y.C., 2008. Bamboo Cultivation: Selection of Species. In: A Hand Book of Propagation, Cultivation and Management of Bamboo, Pandey, B.K., Tripathi, Y.C. and P. Hazarika, (Eds.). Chapter 1, Van Vigyan Kendra, RFRI, Jorhat, Assam, India, pp: 1-8.
  62. Saxena, H.O., V. Rana, Y.C. Tripathi and S.C. Biswas, 2008. Arjun (Terminalia arjuna) bark: A promising herbal drug for heart diseases. Sustainable Dev., 2: 11-17.
  63. Saxena, H.O. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2008. Herbal narcotics: An overview. Sci. Culture, 74: 114-121.
  64. Tripathi, Y.C., A. Thakur and T.C. Bhuyan, 2007. Utilization of Bamboo Resources in Meghalaya: Opportunities and challenges. Proceedings of the State level Workshop on Development of Suitable Strategy for Promotion of Bamboo Sector in Meghalaya, August 21-22, 2007, Shillong, Meghalaya, India. -.
  65. Thakur, A. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2007. Conservation of superior genetic resources of melocanna baccifera in Mehgalaya. Proceedings of the State Level Workshop on Development of Suitable Strategy for Promotion of Bamboo Sector in Meghalaya, August 21-22, 2007, Shillong, Meghalaya, India. -.
  66. Pandey, B.K., P. Hazarika and Y.C. Tripathi, 2007. Indigenous knowledge for hyperglycemic and hypoglycemic herbs to control diabetes in Majuli Island Assam. Proceedings of the 1st Indian National Seminar on Plants in Diabetes: Prospects and Challenges, November 13-14, 2007, India, pp: 45-.
  67. Meru, E., B.K. Pandey and Y.C. Tripathi, 2007. Scope, research and extension needs of medicinal plants in Northeast India. Proceedings of the National Workshop on Potential and Planning for Conservation and Development of Commercially Important Medicinal Plants in Northeastern India, July 12-13, 2007, Imphal, Manipur, India, pp: 80-88.
  68. Kaushik, P.K., B.K. Pandey and Y.C. Tripathi, 2007. Participatory approach to watershed management in India. Indian For., 133: 1659-1668.
  69. Tripathi, Y.C., B.K. Pandey, P.K. Kaushik and P. Hazarika, 2006. Non Timber Forest Produce: Need for Sustainable Management and Prospects of Productivity Enhancement. In: Agroforestry in NEH Region: Opportunities and Challenges, Bhatt, B.P. and K.M. Bujarbaruah, (Ed.). ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umiam, Meghalaya, pp: 201-212.
  70. Hazarika, P., Y.C. Tripathi B.K. Pandey and P.K. Kaushik, 2006. Use of Biofertilizer in Bamboo Production: Prospects and Limitations. In: Agroforestry in NEH Region: Opportunities and Challenges, Bhatt, B.P. and K.M. Bujarbaruah, (Ed.). ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umiam, Meghalaya, pp: 287-294.
  71. Tripathi, Y.C., P. Kaushik and B.K. Pandey, 2005. Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin): A Promising Medicinal and Aromatic Crop for Northeastern India. In: Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants, Majumdar, D.K., J.N. Govil, V.K. Singh and R.K. Sharma (Eds.). Vol. 9, Studium Press LLC, Houston, Texas, USA, pp: 289-310.
  72. Tripathi, Y.C., P. Hazarika, P.K. Kaushik and A. Kumar, 2005. Vermitechnology and Waste Management. In: Verms and Vermitechnology, Kumar, A. (Ed.). Chapter 2, APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, India, pp: 9-21.
  73. Tripathi, Y.C., P. Hazarika and B.K. Pandey, 2005. Vermitechnology: An Ecofriendly Approach to Sustainable Agriculture. In: Verms and Vermitechnology, Kumar, A. (Ed.). Chapter 3, APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, India, pp: 23-40.
  74. Tripathi, Y.C. and S. Singh, 2005. Prospecting Phytomedicinal Diversity: Threats and Challenges. In: Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants, Majumdar, D.K., J.N. Govil, V.K. Singh and R.K. Sharma (Eds.). Vol. 9, Studium Press LLC, Houston, Texas, USA, pp: 425-441.
  75. Singh, S. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2005. Phytochemical Standardization Towards Quality Assurance of Phytomedicines. In: Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants, Majumdar, D.K., J.N. Govil, V.K. Singh and R.K. Sharma (Eds.). Studium Press LLC, Houston, Texas, USA.
  76. Kaushik, P.K., Y.C. Tripathi and B.K. Pandey, 2005. Potential of bamboo in vegetative embankment. Ind. For., 131: 1449-1458.
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  77. Tripathi, Y.C., V.K. Tiwari, K.K. Srivastava and S.I. Ahmed, 2003. Biopesticides, as an Effective Tool for Integrated Pest Management. In: Forest Conservation and Management, Rethy, P., P.P. Dabral, B. Singh and K.K. Sood (Eds.). International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun, India, pp: 613-639.
  78. Tripathi, Y.C., S. Singh, G. Tripathi and A. Kumar, 2003. Metal Pollutants in Living Environment: Threats and Challenges. In: Dimensions of Environmental Threats, Kumar, A. (Eds.). Chapter 1, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, pp: 1-20.
  79. Tripathi, Y.C., S. Singh, G. Tripathi and A. Kumar, 2003. Bioagrochemicals Towards Gradual Alleviation of Hazardous Chemicals. In: Dimensions of Environmental Threats, Kumar, A. (Eds.). Chapter 2, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, pp: 21-41.
  80. Tripathi, Y.C., S. Singh and P. Hazarika, 2003. Bamboo: The Green Gold of Northeastern India. In: Potentials of Living Resources, Tripathi, G. and A. Kumar, (Ed.). Chapter 12, Discovery Publishing House (DPH), New Delhi, India, pp: 352-383.
  81. Tripathi, Y.C. and S. Singh, 2003. Phytomedicinal Research: Towards New Perspectives Based on Indigenous Knowledge System. In: Potentials of Living Resources, Tripathi, G. and A. Kumar (Eds.). Chapter 9, Discovery Publishing House (DPH), New Delhi, India, pp: 276-315.
  82. Tripathi, Y.C. and G. Tripathi, 2003. Some Important Environmental Problems in India and their Remedies. In: Dimensions of Environmental Threats, Kumar, A. (Ed.). Chapter 49, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, pp: 376-382.
  83. Srivastava, K.K. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2003. Potential of Phytochemicals in Controlling Pathogenic Microbionts. In: Forest Conservation and Management, Rethy, P., P.P. Dabral, B. Singh and K.K. Sood (Eds.). International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun, India, pp: 594-612.
  84. Hazarika, P., Y.C. Tripathi and N.N. Zhasa, 2003. Indigenous and Traditional Agroforestry in Assam. In: Approaches for Increasing Agricultural Productivity in Hill and Mountain Ecosystem, Bhatt, B.P., K.M. Bujarbaruah, Y.P. Sharma and Patiram (Eds.). ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umiam, Meghalaya, pp: 149-152.
  85. Tripathi, Y.C., H.P. Singh, B.K. Pandey and P. Kaushik, 2002. Prospects of Bamboo of Flowering and Resource Management: An Industrial Perspective. In: Expert Consultation on Strategies for Sustainable Utilization of Bamboo Resources Subsequent to Gregarious Flowering in the Northeast, Patnaik, S., A.N. Singh, M. Kundu, S. Trivedi, Y.C. Tripathi and K.G. Prasad (Eds.). RFRI, Jorhat, India, pp: 80-91.
  86. Tripathi, Y.C., G. Tripathi, and P. Verma, 2002. Chemical Toxicity and Health Hazards. In: Modern Trends in Environmental Biology, Tripathi, G. (Ed.). Chapter 18, CBS Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi, India, pp: 265-280.
  87. Tripathi, Y.C., B.K. Pandey and P. Kaushik, 2002. Pogostemon Cablin: Research Perspectives for Authentication, Productivity Enhancement and Value Addition. In: Workshop on commercialization of Patchouli in N.E. Region, Ahmed, M., P. Deka and P. Gogoi (Eds.). NEDFi, Guwahati, India, pp: 105-114.
  88. Tripathi, Y.C., 2002. Medicinal plants on the touchstone of modern science. Amruth, 5: 25-28.
  89. Tripathi, Y.C., 2002. Biotechnology Towards Enhanced Production of Phyto-Pharmaceuticals. In: Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants, Govil, J.N., P.A. Kumar and V.K. Singh (Eds.). Vol. 4, Studium Press, LLC, Houston, Texas, USA, pp: 75-98.
  90. Tripathi, Y.C. and R. Arya, 2002. Floral Resources of Indian Thar Desert. In: Bioresource Technology, Tripathi, G. (Ed.). Chapter 2, CBS Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi, India, pp: 16-33.
  91. Tripathi, Y.C. and C.P. Sharma, 2002. Pharmacological Validation of Anti-Diabetic Phytomedicines of Arid Rajasthan. In: Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants, Majumdar, D.K., J.N. Govil and V.K. Singh (Eds.). Vol. 8, Sci Tech Publishing LLC, Houston, Texas, USA, pp: 243-256.
  92. Tripathi, G. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2002. Bioresource and Environment. Campus Books International, New Delhi, India, ISBN: 81-8030-008-0, Pages: 408.
  93. Tripathi, G. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2002. Biological and Biotechnological Resources. Campus Books International New Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 9788180300097, Pages: 436.
  94. Singh, H.P., Y.C. Tripathi and J. Singh, 2002. Marketing and Utilization of Bamboo with Reference to Flowering of Melocanna baccifera in Northeastern India. In: Expert Consultation on Strategies for Sustainable Utilization of Bamboo Resources Subsequent to Gregarious Flowering in the Northeast, Patnaik, S., A.N. Singh, M. Kundu, S. Trivedi, Y.C. Tripathi and K.G. Prasad (Eds.). RFRI, Jorhat, India, pp: 72-79.
  95. Pandey, B.K., P. Kaushik, Y.C. Tripathi and H.P. Singh, 2002. Dendrocalamus strictus: A Promise for Afforestation in Northeast. In: Workshop on Application of Improved Technology for Afforestation in North East India, Prasad, K.G. and B. Goala (Eds.). RFRI, Jorhat, India, pp. 99-105.
  96. Kaushik, P., Y.C. Tripathi and B.K. Pandey, 2002. Scope of Patchouli Based Alley Cropping in Afforestation of Degraded lands of Northeast Region of India. In: Workshop on Application of Improved Technology for Afforestation in North East India, Prasad, K.G. and B. Goala (Eds.). RFRI, Jorhat, India, pp: 106-115.
  97. Kaushik, P. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2002. Participatory assessment of biological resources: strengthening documentation process based on desirability, practicability and utility. Proceedings of the Modular Workshop on Documentation of Biological Resources in Madhya Pradesh, July 20, 2002, SFRI, Jabalpur, pp: 84-90.
  98. Verma, P., G. Tripathi, Y.C. Tripathi, and G.C. Pandey, 2001. Biological Effects of Fenvalerate. In: Current Topics in Environmental Sciences, Tripathi, G. and G.C. Pandey (Eds.). ABD Publishers, Jaipur, India, pp: 258-272.
  99. Tripathi, Y.C. and M. Rathore, 2001. Role of lipids in natural defense and plant protection. Ind. J. For., 24: 448-455.
  100. Tripathi, Y.C., H.K. Sharma and R. Arya, 2000. Ethnomedicinal appraisal of traditional phytomedicines of arid Rajasthan. J. Med. Aromat. Plant Sci., 22: 487-498.
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  101. Tripathi, Y.C., 2000. Promising resources of Rajasthan forest. Ad. Plant. Sci., 13: 31-37.
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  102. Tripathi, Y.C., 2000. Ethnomedicinal treasure of tribal Rajasthan. J. Non-Timber Forest Prod., 7: 77-84.
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  103. Tripathi, Y.C. and G. Tripathi, 2000. Role of biopesticides in environmental safety. Sci. Culture, 66: 171-176.
  104. Tripathi, G. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2000. Current Status of Environmental Pollution in India. In: Industry, Environment and Pollution, Kumar, A. and P.K. Goel, (Eds.). ABD Publisher, Jaipur, India, pp: 317-343.
  105. Ranjana, A. and Y.C. Tripathi, 2000. Content and quality traits of gum from Acacia nilotica grown at Jodhpur. Indian Drugs, 37: 332-334.
  106. Tripathi,Y.C., 1999. Cassia angustifolia, a versatile medicinal crop. Internl. Tree Crops J., 10: 121-129.
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  107. Tripathi, Y.C., M. Rathore, H. Kumar and R. Sundararaj, 1999. Bioefficacy of Capparis decidua (Forsk) against Lipaphis erysimi Kart. (Aphidiae: Homoptera). Ann. Entomol., 17: 13-16.
  108. Tripathi, Y.C., 1999. Folk medicinal claim of arid zone flora. Ann. Forestry, 7: 177-184.
  109. Tripathi, Y.C. and R. Arya, 1999. Trends in Consumption of Carbohydrates as Fat Replacers in Food Products. In: Trends in Carbohydrate Chemistry, Soni, P.L. and V. Kumar (Eds.). Vol. 5, Surya International Publications, Dehra Dun, India, pp: 99-107.
  110. Tripathi, Y.C. and G. Tripathi, 1999. Some important environment problem in India and their remedies. Ind. J. Env. Ecoplan., 2: 89-96.
  111. Tripathi, Y.C. and G. Tripathi, 1999. Importance of Phytopesticides in Environmental Protection. In: Modern Trends in Environmental Pollution and Ecoplanning, Kumar, A. (Ed.). ABD Publishers, Jaipur, India, pp: 82-96.
  112. Arya, R. and Y.C. Tripathi, 1999. Industrial Perspectives of Gums from arid Zone Flora. In: Trends in Carbohydrate Chemistry, Soni, P.L. and V. Kumar, (Eds.). Vol. 5, Surya International Publications, Dehra Dun, India, pp: 129-137.
  113. Ahmed, S.I. and Y.C. Tripathi, 1999. Potential and perspectives of biopesticides in integrated pest management. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Pest Control Administration and Environment, February 22-23, 1999, Deosidh, Hamirpur (H.P). -.
  114. Tripathi, Y.C., M. Rathore and H. Kumar, 1998. Variability in certain qualitative characters of fatty oil from seeds of Salvadora spp. Ad. Plant Sc., 11: 253-257.
  115. Tripathi, Y.C., 1998. Potential MFPs of Rajasthan and their management. Proceedings of the Nat. Sem. on Management of Natural Resources in Rajasthan, October 5-7, 1998, Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner, pp: 103-110.
  116. Tripathi, Y.C., 1998. Phytopesticides: An ecofriendly epproach for pest control. Ind. J. Environ. Sci., 29: 63-71.
  117. Tripathi, Y.C., 1998. Phytomedicinal diversity: Its extinction and conservation in Indian Thar Desert. Ad. Plant Sci., 11: 1-5.
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  118. Tripathi, Y.C., 1998. Food and nutrition potential of bamboo. INBAR Newsmagazine, CHINA, 6: 18-18.
  119. Tripathi, Y.C., 1998. Advances in phytotherapeutic research. J. Non-Timber For. Prod., 5: 37-43.
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  120. Tripathi, Y.C. and M. Rathore, 1998. Bioactivity and drug potential of tannins. Polyphenol Cmmunication, 98, France, 1: 83-84.
  121. Sundararaj, R., M. Rathore and Y.C. Tripathi, 1998. Aphicidal potential of Capparis decidua (Forsk) against the green peach aphid Myzus persicae (Green) Aphidide: Homoptera on cabbage. Pestology, 22: 38-41.
  122. Rathore, M., Y.C. Tripathi and S. Kumar, 1998. Interdependence of seed quality, oil and protein content with reference to Neem different origins. Anals. of Agri-Bio Res., 3: 133-138.
  123. Rathore, M. and Y.C. Tripathi, 1998. Diminishing floral diversity of arid regions. Amruth, 1: 15-17.
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  124. Gupta, P.K., Y.C. Tripathi, V.V. Prabhu and R.S. Pal, 1998. Variability in Fatty oil and Azadirachtin Contents of Neem Seed Kernels of Different Geographical Origin. In: Neem, A Wonder Tree, Gupta, B.N. and K.K. Sharma (Eds.). Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, Dehra Dun, India, pp: 142-147.
  125. Gupta, P.K., Y.C. Tripathi and M. Rathore, 1998. Variation in chemical composition of seeds of Neem (Azadirachta indica, A. Juss.) from different agro-climatic zones of Gujarat. J. Non-Timber For. Prod., 5: 10-13.
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  126. Tripathi, Y.C., P.K. Gupta and M. Rathore, 1997. Agro-climatic variation in neem seeds from Rajasthan. Bull. Pure Applied Sci., 16B: 69-74.
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  127. Tripathi, Y.C., M. Rathore and H. Kumar, 1997. Yield and quality profile of oil of Neem seeds from different geographical origins. Bio. Sci. Res. Bull., 13: 11-14.
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  128. Srivastava, K.K., P.K. Gupta, Y.C. Tripathi and R. Sarwate, 1997. Antifungal activity of plant products on spermoplane fungi of Azadirachta indica (Neem) seeds. Indian Forester, 123: 157-161.
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  129. Rathore, Mala, P.K. Gupta, H. Kumar and Y.C. Tripathi, 1997. A Survey of Rajasthan flora for seeds having commercially exploitable oil. Ann. Arid Zone, 36: 173-176.
  130. Tripathi, Y.C., V.V. Prabhu, R.S. Pal and R.N. Mishra, 1996. Medicinal plants of Rajasthan in Indian system of medicine. Ancient Sci. Life, 15: 190-212.
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  131. Tripathi, Y.C., V.V. Prabhu and H. Kumar, 1996. Oil contents of seeds of Salvadora persica and S. oleoides from different agro-climatic zones of Rajasthan. Bull. Pur Appied. Sci., 114: 121-124.
  132. Tripathi, Y.C., P.K. Gupta and M. Rathore, 1996. Biodeteriorative effect on chemical composition of neem seeds. Bull. Pur. Appl. Sci., 15: 125-127.
  133. Tripathi, Y.C. and V.V. Prabhu, 1996. Chemical constituents of leaves of Azadirachta indica. Nat. Acad. Sci. Lett., 19: 210-213.
  134. Tripathi, Y.C. and H. Kumar, 1995. Studies on fatty oil of Neem seeds of various Agro-climatic zones of Rajasthan. Neem News Lett. Intl. Neem Network, 11: 24-25.
  135. Tripathi, Y.C., M. Rathore and H. Kumar, 1994. On the variation of alkaloidal contents of Fumaria indica at different stages of life span. Ancient Sci. Life, 13: 271-273.
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  136. Tripathi, Y.C., 1994. Non-Wood Forest Products of Arid Regions. In: Desert Ecosystem, Tewari, D.N. (Ed.). International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun, India, pp: 244-271.
  137. Pandey, V.B. and Y.C. Tripathi, 1993. A new triterpenoid saponin from Zizyphus rugosa. Fitoterapia, 64: 341-343.
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  138. Dwivedi, R.K. and Y.C. Tripathi, 1992. Pharmacognostical, phytochemical and biological studies on Holarrhena antidysenterica wall: A review (Part II). Bioved, 20: 243-248.
  139. Singh, K.P., V.B. Pandey, Y.C. Tripathi and U.P. Singh, 1991. Tiliacorinine a new systemic fungicide effective against Alternaria blight of pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan). Z. fur Pjlanzenkrankheiten und Pjlanzenschutz, 98: 213-219.
  140. Dwivedi, R.K. and Y.C. Tripathi, 1991. Pharmacognostical, phytochemical and biological studies on Holarrhena antidysenterica Wall: A review (Part I). New Agriculturist, 1: 209-212.
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  141. Tripathi, Y.C. and R.K. Dwivedi, 1990. Central nervous system and anti-inflammatory activities of alkaloids of Fumaria indica. Acad. Sci. Lett., 13: 231-233.
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  142. Tripathi, Y.C., S.K. Maurya, V.P. Singh and V.B. Pandey, 1989. Cyclopeptide alkaloids from Zizyphus rugosa bark. Phytochemistry, 29: 1563-1565.
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  143. Tripathi, Y.C. and R.K. Dwivedi, 1989. Antifungal activity of alkaloids of Tiliacora racemosa. Nat. Acad. Sci. Lett., 12: 69-71.
  144. Tripathi, Y.C., V.B. Pandey, N.K.R. Pathak and M. Biswas, 1988. A seco-phthalideisoquinoline alkaloid from Fumaria indica seeds. Phytochemistry, 27: 1918-1919.
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  145. Pathak, N.K.R., P. Neogi, M. Biswas, Y.C. Tripathi and V.B. Pandey, 1988. Betulin aldehyde, an anti-tumour agent from the bark of Tectona grandis. Ind. J. Pharm. Sci., 50: 124-125.
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  146. Pandey, V.B., Y.C. Tripathi, S. Devi, J.P. Singh and A.H. Shah, 1988. A cyclopeptide alkaloid from the bark of Zizyphus rugosa. Phytochemistry, 27: 1915-1918.
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  147. Acharya, S.B., S.K. Tripathi, Y.C. Tripathi and V.B. Pandey, 1988. Some pharmacological studies on Zizyphus rugosa saponins. Ind. J. Pharmacol., 20: 200-202.
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  148. Tripathi, Y.C. and V.B. Pandey, 1987. Further alkaloids of Fumaria indica seeds. Pharmazie, 42: 745-746.