Dr. Pradeep  Sharma

Dr. Pradeep Sharma

Principal Scientist
Indian Institute of Wheat and Barley Research, India


Highest Degree
Post Doctoral Fellow in Functional Genomics from Tohoku University, Japan

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Agricultural Biotechnology
62%
Bioinformatics
90%
Wheat Improvement
75%
Gene Silencing
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sharma, P., S. Sareen and M. Saini, 2016. Assessing genetic variation for heat stress tolerance in Indian bread wheat genotypes using morpho-physiological traits and molecular markers. Plant Genet. Resour., 2016: 1-9.
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  2. Sharma, P., R. Tiwari, M.S. Saharan, I. Sharma and J. Kumar et al., 2016. Draft genome sequence of two monosporidial lines of the karnal bunt fungus Tilletia indica mitra (PSWKBGH-1 and PSWKBGH-2). Genome Announc., Vol. 4. 10.1128/genomeA.00928-16.
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  3. Saharan, M.S., S.C. Bhardwaj, R. Chatrath, P. Sharma, A.K. Choudhary and R.K. Gupta, 2016. Wheat blast disease-an overview. J. Wheat Res., 8: 1-5.
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  4. Pandey, B., P. Sharma, C. Tyagi, S. Goyal, A. Grover and I. Sharma, 2016. Structural modeling and molecular simulation analysis of HvAP2/EREBP from barley. J. Biomol. Struct. Dynam., 34: 1159-1175.
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  5. Pandey, B., M. Saini and P. Sharma, 2016. Molecular phylogenetic and sequence variation analysis of dimeric α-amylase inhibitor genes in wheat and its wild relative species. Plant Gene, 6: 48-58.
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  6. Pandey, B., A. Grover and P. Sharma, 2016. Mechanistic and Structural insight into Dof domain-DNA interaction in wheat: molecular and essential dynamics study. Plos One, .
  7. Khan, Z., P. Sharma, R. Kaushal and J. Verma, 2016. Drug utilization study in outpatient department of paediatrics of tertiary care hospital. J. Evol. Med. Dental Sci., 5: 1372-1375.
  8. Kaur, A., O.P. Gupta, N.L. Meena, A. Grewal and P. Sharma, 2016. Comparative Temporal Expression Analysis of MicroRNAs and Their Target Genes in Contrasting Wheat Genotypes During Osmotic Stress. Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol., 2016: 1-14.
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  9. Kaur, A., O.P. Gupta and P. Sharma, 2016. Comparative expression analysis of HSP genes in wheat and barley under heat stress. J. Wheat Res., 8: 63-64.
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  10. Sheoran, S., P. Sharma, V. Singh, S. Pawar and D. Sharma et al., 2015. Assessment of genetic diversity in elite wheat genotypes using simple sequence repeat and quality protein markers. J. Wheat Res., 7: 18-26.
  11. Rani, S., P. Sharma, A. Sharma, R. Chatrath and I. Sharma, 2015. Comprehensive computational analysis of cis-regulatory elements in 5'regulatory region of ADP glucose pyrophosphorylase in different plants. Int. J. Sci. Eng. Res., 5: 1594-1604.
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  12. Pandey, B., A. Kaur, O.P. Gupta, I. Sharma and P. Sharma, 2015. Identification of HSP20 gene family in wheat and barley and their differential expression profiling under heat stress. Applied Biochem. Biotechnol., 175: 2427-2446.
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  13. Kumar, S., S.S. Singh, C.N. Mishra, M. Saroha and V. Gupta et al., 2015. Assessment of tiller inhibition (Tin) gene molecular marker for its application in marker-assisted breeding in wheat. National Acad. Sci. Lett., 38: 457-460.
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  14. Gupta, O.P., V. Mishra, N.K. Singh, R. Tiwari, P. Sharma, R.K. Gupta and I. Sharma, 2015. Deciphering the dynamics of changing proteins of tolerant and intolerant wheat seedlings subjected to heat stress. Mol. Biol. Rep., 42: 43-51.
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  15. Vinutha, T., O.P. Gupta, G.R. Prashant, V. Krishnan and P. Sharma, 2014. Molecular mechanism of Begomovirus evolution and plant defense response. In: Plant Virus-Host Interaction; Molecular Approaches and Viral Evolution. Gaur, R.K., T Hon and P. Sharma, (Ed.). Elsevier & Academic Press, USA, pp: 345-354..
  16. Singh, S.K., R. Chatrath, V. Tiwari, N.V.P.R. Rao and R. Kumar et al., 2014. Variety DBW 71. Indian J. Genet. Plant Breed., 74: 122-123.
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  17. Sharma, P., S. Sareen, M. Saini, A. Verma, B.S. Tyagi and I. Sharma, 2014. Assessing genetic variation for heat tolerance in synthetic wheat lines using phenotypic data and molecular markers. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 8: 515-522.
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  18. Sharma, P., O.P. Gupta, R. Singh and I. Sharma, 2014. Integration of Bioinformatics flow from Genome to Phenome: the gap is still open. Sci. Culture, 90: 42-43.
  19. Sareen, S., P. Sharma, V. Tiwari and I. Sharma, 2014. Identifying wheat landraces as genetic resources for drought and heat tolerance. Res. Crops, 15: 846-851.
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  20. Sahu, A.K., A. Marwal, C. Nehra, D.K. Choudhary, P. Sharma and R.K. Gaur, 2014. RNAi mediated gene silencing against betasatellite associated with Croton yellow vein mosaic begomovirus. Mol. Biol. Rep., 41: 7631-7638.
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  21. Pandey, B., P. Sharma, M. Saini, D.M. Pandey and I. Sharma, 2014. Isolation and characterization of dehydration-responsive element-binding factor 2 (DREB2) from Indian wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 8: 44-54.
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  22. Mamrutha, H.M., R. Kumar, K. Venkatesh, P. Sharma, R. Kumar, V. Tiwari and I. Sharma, 2014. Genetic transformation of wheat-present status and future potential. J. Wheat Res., 6: 107-119.
  23. Kumar, R., A. Kaur, H.M. Mamrutha and P. Sharma, 2014. Wheat genome sequence applications. Biotech. Articles Online, .
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  24. Kaur, A. and P. Sharma, 2014. Role of RNAi in Crop Improvement. Biotech. Articles Online, .
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  25. Gupta, O.P., P. Sharma, R.K. Gupta and I. Sharma, 2014. MicroRNA mediated regulation of metal toxicity in plants: Present status and future perspectives. Plant Mol. Biol., 84: 1-18.
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  26. Gupta, O.P., P. Sharma, R.K. Gupta and I. Sharma, 2014. Current status on role of miRNAs during plant-fungus interaction. Physiol. Mol. Plant Pathol., 85: 1-7.
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  27. Gupta, O.P., N.L. Meena, I. Sharma and P. Sharma, 2014. Differential regulation of microRNAs in response to osmotic, salt and cold stresses in wheat. Mol. Biol. Rep., 41: 4623-4629.
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  28. Chatrath, R., R. Singh, P. Sharma and I. Sharma, 2014. Emerging Trends in Agri-Bioinformatics - A meeting report. Int. J. Comput. Bioinf. Silico Model., 3: 514-516.
  29. Arya, R.K., P. Sharma and D.K. Jain, 2014. Understanding of effects of potassium on cardiac tissue by medical students: A critical appraisal. Int. J. Basic Clin. Pharmacol., 3: 18-23.
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  30. Singh, S.K., R. Chatrath, V. Tiwari, N.G. Rao and R. Kumar et al., 2013. DBW 71: A new wheat variety for late sown irrigated conditions of north western plains zone of India. J. Wheat Res., 5: 72-73.
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  31. Sheoran, S., B. Pandey, P. Sharma, S. Narwal, R. Singh, I. Sharma and R. Chatrath, 2013. In silico comparative analysis and expression profile of antioxidant proteins in plants. Genet. Mol. Res., 12: 537-551.
  32. Sharma, P., M. Saini, S. Sheoran and I. Sharma, 2013. Molecular analysis of dimeric α-amylase inhibitor genes in Indian wheat. Indian J. Biotechnol., 12: 153-160.
  33. Sharma, P., M. Saini, O.P. Gupta, N. Gupta and A.K. Singh et al., 2013. Tracking of cereal cyst nematode resistance genes in wheat using diagnostic markers. J. Wheat Res., 5: 35-40.
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  34. Rani, S., P. Sharma, A. Sharma and R. Chatrath, 2013. Comparative computational analysis of ADP glucose pyrophosphorylase in plants. Bioinformation, 9: 572-572.
  35. Pandey, B., P. Sharma, D.M. Pandey, I. Sharma and R. Chatrath, 2013. Identification of new aquaporin genes and single nucleotide polymorphism in bread wheat. Evol. Bioinform. Online, 9: 437-452.
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  36. Pandey, B., O.P. Gupta, D.M. Pandey, I. Sharma and P. Sharma, 2013. Identification of new stress-induced microRNA and their targets in wheat using computational approach. Plant Signaling Behav., Vol. 8 10.4161/psb.23932.
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  37. Marwal, A., A. Sahu, P. Sharma and R.K. Gaur, 2013. Molecular characterizations of two begomoviruses infecting Vinca rosea and Raphanus sativus in India. Virologica Sinica, 28: 53-56.
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  38. Malik, R., R. Tiwari, A. Arora, P. Kumar and S. Sheoran et al., 2013. Genotypic characterization of elite Indian wheat genotypes using molecular markers and their pedigree analysis. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 7: 561-567.
  39. Gupta, O.P. and P. Sharma, 2013. Potential role of Plant small miRNA in stress tolerance. In: Molecular Approaches for Plant Abiotic Stress. Gaur, R.K. and P. Sharma, (Ed.). CABI, UK, pp: 67-89..
  40. Gaur, R.K., K.P. Sharma, R.S. Chundawat and P. Sharma, 2013. Meeting report: International conference on microbial, plant and animal research (ICMPAR-2012) during march 29-31, 2012. Curr. Res. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 1: 26-28.
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  41. Singh, S.K., V. Venkatesh, P. Sharma, M. Saini, C.N. Mishra and V. Tiwari, 2012. Comparative evaluation of bread wheat genotypes for yield component traits under normal and restricted irrigation conditions. Crop Improv., 2012: 351-352.
  42. Singh, G, B.S. Tyagi, C. Singh, R. Singh, P. Sharma and S.S. Singh, 2012. Wheat breeding for increasing productivity in eastern gangetic plains. In: Wheat Productivity Enhancement under Changing Climate. Singh, S.S., R.R. Hacnchinal, G. Singh, R.K. Sharma, B.S. Tyagi, M.S. Saharan and I. Sharma, (Ed.). Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, India, pp: 77-86..
  43. Sharma, P., N. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2012. Characterizations of Pepper yellow leaf curl Indonesia begomovirus. In: Trends in Plant Virology. Rao, G.P., V.K. Baranwal, B. Mandal and N. Rishi, (Ed.). Studium Press LLC, Texas, USA, pp: 169-193..
  44. Sharma, P., I. Sharma and S.C. Bhardwaj, 2012. Studies on a new pathotype 93R57 of Puccinia triticina on Wheat in India. Plant Dis., 96: 1580-1580.
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  45. Shahid, M.S., P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2012. Mutational Analysis of Effectors Encoded by Monopartite Begomoviruses and their Satellites. In: Plant Science, Dhal, N.K. and S.C. Sahu (Eds.). Chapter 9, InTech Publishers, Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN: 978-953-51-0905-1, pp: 217-240.
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  46. Rani, S., P. Sharma and A. Sharma, 2012. Functional and physiochemical characterization of ADP glucose pyrophosphorylase of wheat. Crop Improv., 2012: 371-372.
  47. Pandey, B., P. Sharma, D.M. Pandey, J. Varshney and S. Sheoran et al., 2012. Comprehensive computational analysis of different classes of Glutathione S-transferases in Triticum aestivum L. Plant Omics, 5: 518-531.
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  48. Mishra, R.K., P. Sharma, D.K. Srivastava and R.P. Gupta, 2012. First report of Phoma terrestris causing pink root rot of onion in India. Vegetos, 25: 306-307.
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  49. Mamrutha, H.M., R. Kumar, K. Venkatesh, P. Sharma P and I. Sharma, 2012. Optimization of auxin type and concentration for callus induction in mature embryos in Indian Wheat varieties. Crop Improv., 2012: 217-218.
  50. Singh, R., S. Sheoran, P. Sharma and R. Chatrath, 2011. Analysis of simple sequence repeats (SSRs) dynamics in fungus Fusarium graminearum. Bioinformation, 5: 402-404.
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  51. Singh, R., B. Pandey, M. Danishuddin, S. Sheoran, P. Sharma and R. Chatrath, 2011. Mining and survey of simple sequence repeats in wheat rust Puccinia sp. Bioinformation, 7: 291-295.
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  52. Sheoran, S., B. Pandey, R. Singh, P. Sharma and R. Chatrath, 2011. Modeling and phylogeny analysis of bread wheat MnSOD. Bioinformation, 6: 209-211.
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  53. Sharma, P., R.K. Gaur and M. Ikegami, 2011. Subcellular localization of V2 protein of Tomato leaf curl Java virus by using green fluorescent protein and yeast hybrid system. Protoplasma, 248: 281-288.
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  54. Sharma, P., N. Matsuda, N.B. Bajet and M. Ikegami, 2011. Molecular analysis of new isolates of Tomato leaf curl Philippines virus and an associated betasatellite occurring in the Philippines. Arch. Virol., 156: 305-312.
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  55. Chakraborty, R., P. Sharma, S. Comhair, S. Ghosh and W. Xu et al., 2011. Antioxidant-mediated negative regulation of IL-4/IL-13 signaling. Bioscience, Vol. 1. 10.1164/ajrccm-conference.2011.183.1_MeetingAbstracts.A2794.
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  56. Sharma, P., M. Ikegami and T. Kon, 2010. Identification of the virulence factors and suppressors of posttranscriptional gene silencing encoded by Ageratum yellow vein virus, a monopartite begomovirus. Virus Res., 149: 19-27.
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  57. Sharma, P., J. Sakata, Y. Shibuya and M. Ikegami, 2010. Pepper yellow leaf curl Indonesia virus, a new bipartite begomovirus species that belongs to distinct clade of Old World geminiviruses. Nat. Precedings, .
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  58. Sharma, P. and M. Ikegami, 2010. Tomato leaf curl Java virus V2 protein is a determinant of virulence, hypersensitive response and suppression of posttranscriptional gene silencing. Virology, 396: 85-93.
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  59. Mishra, R.K., S. Singh, S. Pandey, P. Sharma and R.P. Gupta, 2010. First report of root knot nematode Meloidogyne graminicola on onion in India. Int. J. Nematol., 20: 236-237.
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  60. Mishra, R.K., P. Sharma, S. Singh and R.P. Gupta, 2010. First report of Embellisia allii causing skin blotch or bulb canker of onion from India. Plant Pathol., 59: 807-807.
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  61. Sharma, P., T. Kon and M. Ikegami, 2009. Functional analysis of βC1 protein encoded by Tomato leaf curl Java virus, a monopartite begomovirus. Nat. Precedings, .
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  62. Sharma, P. and M. Ikegami, 2009. Characterization of signals that dictate nuclear/nucleolar and cytoplasmic shuttling of the capsid protein of Tomato leaf curl Java virus associated with DNAβ satellite. Virus Res., 144: 145-153.
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  63. Ito, T., J. Kimbara, P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2009. Interaction of tomato yellow leaf curl virus with diverse betasatellites enhances symptom severity. Arch. Virol., 154: 1233-1239.
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  64. Sharma, P., P. Dhawan and N. Rishi, 2008. Detection of cotton leaf curl begomovirus infecting cotton (G. hirsutum L.) in north-western India using molecular tools. J. Cotton Res. Dev., 22: 110-112.
  65. Sharma, P., N. Rishi, G.P. Rao, S.M.P. Khurana and S.L. Lenardon, 2008. Cotton leaf curl begomovirus. Characterization Diagnosis Manage. Plant Viruses, 1: 361-378.
  66. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2008. Quantitative estimation of losses due to leaf curl disease of cotton in Haryana. Indian J. Plant Protect., 32: 150-151.
  67. Sharma, P. and M. Ikegami, 2008. RNA-silencing suppressors of geminiviruses. J. General Plant Pathol., 74: 189-202.
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  68. Sharma, P. and M. Ikegami, 2008. Functional analysis V1, C2, C4 and βC1 proteins associated with Tomato leaf curl Java begomovirus. Indian J. Virol., 19: 100-101.
  69. Sharma, P. and M. Ikegami, 2008. (249) Sub-cellular targeting of the capsid protein of monopartite tomato leaf curl java virus (Abstracts of the Papers Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society). Jpn.J.Phytopathol., 74: 233-233.
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  70. Sakata, J.J., Y. Shibuya, P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2008. Strains of a new bipartite begomovirus, pepper yellow leaf curl Indonesia virus, in leaf-curl-diseased tomato and yellow-vein-diseased ageratum in Indonesia. Arch. Virol., 153: 2307-2313.
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  71. Ogawa, T., P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2008. The begomoviruses Honeysuckle yellow vein mosaic virus and Tobacco leaf curl Japan virus with DNAβ satellites cause yellow dwarf disease of tomato. Virus Res., 137: 235-244.
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  72. Ogawa, T., P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2008. First report of a strain of Tobacco leaf curl Japan virus associated with a satellite DNA in honeysuckle in Japan. Plant Pathol., 57: 391-391.
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  73. Matsuda, N., P. Sharma, N.B. Bajet and M. Ikegami, 2008. Molecular characterization of a new strain of tomato leaf curl Philippines virus and its associated satellite DNAβ molecule: Further evidence for natural recombination amongst begomoviruses. Arch. Virol., 153: 961-967.
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  74. Kitamura, K., T. Ogawa, P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2008. First report of Honeysuckle yellow vein mosaic virus on tomato affected by yellow dwarf disease in Japan. Plant Pathol., 57: 391-391.
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  75. Ito, T., T. Ogawa, K. Samretwanich, P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2008. Yellow leaf curl disease of pumpkin in Thailand is associated with Squash leaf curl China virus. Plant Pathol., 57: 766-766.
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  76. Ito, T., P. Sharma, K. Kittipakorn and M. Ikegami, 2008. Complete nucleotide sequence of a new isolate of tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting cucumber, bottle gourd and muskmelon in Thailand. Arch. Virol., 153: 611-613.
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  77. Shibuya, Y., J. Sakata, N. Sukamto, T. Kon, P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2007. First Report of Pepper yellow leaf curl Indonesia virus in Ageratum conyzoides in Indonesia. Plant Dis., 91: 1198-1198.
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  78. Sharma, P.N., B.A. Padder, O.P. Sharma, A. Pathania and P. Sharma, 2007. Pathological and molecular diversity in Colletotrichum lindemuthianum across Himachal Pradesh-A North-Western state of India. Aust. Plant Pathol., 36: 191-197.
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  79. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2007. Cotton leaf curl disease, an emerging whitefly transmissible begomovirus complex. Plant Viruses, 1: 127-134.
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  80. Sharma, P. N. Rishi and P.K. Sharma, 2007. Viruses infecting cotton- An Overview. In: Eco-friendly management of Plant Diseases. Ahmed, S. and U. Narain, (Ed.). Delhi, Daya Publisher, India, pp: 348-362..
  81. Kon, T., P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2007. Suppressor of RNA silencing encoded by the monopartite tomato leaf curl Java begomovirus. Arch. Virol., 152: 1273-1282.
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  82. Ito, T., K. Samretwanich, P. Sharma and M. Ikegami, 2007. Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus and Squash leaf curl China viruses isolated from cucurbit crops with yellow leaf curl symptoms in Thailand. Jpn. J. Phytopathol., 74: 51-51.
  83. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2006. Cotton leaf curl Begomovirus. In: Characterization, Diagnosis and Management of Plant Viruses. Rao, G.P., S.M.P. Khurana and S.Lenardon, (Ed.). Studium Press LLC, Texas, USA, pp: 361-378..
  84. Pathania, A., P.N. Sharma, O.P. Sharma, R.K. Chahota, B. Ahmad and P. Sharma, 2006. Evaluation of resistance sources and inheritance of resistance in kidney bean to Indian virulences of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum. Euphytica, 153: 97-103.
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  85. Sharma, P.N., M. Kaur, O.P. Sharma, P. Sharma and A. Pathania, 2005. Morphological, pathological and molecular variability in Colletotrichum capsici, the cause of fruit rot of chillies in the subtropical region of North-Western India. J. Phytopathol., 153: 232-237.
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  86. Sharma, P., N. Rishi and V.G. Malathi, 2005. Molecular cloning of coat protein gene of an Indian cotton leaf curl virus (CLCuV-HS2) isolate and its phylogenetic relationship with others members of Geminiviridae. Virus Gen., 30: 85-91.
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  87. Sharma, P., N. Rishi and P. Dhawan, 2005. Occurrence and incidence of cotton leaf curl virus isolates in India. J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 35: 78-79.
  88. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2005. Weather data and whitefly counts based prediction model for cotton leaf curl disease. Plant Dis. Res., 20: 41-43.
  89. Sharma, P., N. Rishi and V.G. Malathi, 2004. Nucleic acid probe based technique for detection of Cotton leaf curl virus in India. Indian J. Biotechnol., 3: 133-135.
  90. Sharma, P. and P.D. Thakur, 2004. Some properties of a potyvirus isolated from sweet pea (Lathyrus odoratus L.). J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 34: 807-809.
  91. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2004. Quantitative estimation of losses due to cotton leaf curl disease in India. Indian J. Plant Prot., 32: 174-175.
  92. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2004. Population build up of the cotton whitefly, Bemisia tabaci Genn. in relation to weather factors at Hisar, Haryana. Pest. Mgt. Econ. Zool., 12: 33-38.
  93. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2004. Influence of weather variables on the incidence of cotton leaf curl virus disease. Indian J. Plant Prot., 32: 160-162.
  94. Kirthi, N., C.G.P. Priyadarshini, P. Sharma, S.P. Maiya and V. Hemalatha et al., 2004. Genetic variability of begomoviruses associated with cotton leaf curl disease originating from India. Arch. Virol., 149: 2047-2057.
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  95. Sharma, P., 2003. Cotton leaf curl virus disease complex-a review. J. Phytological Res., 62: 169-174.
  96. Sharma, P. and N. Rishi, 2003. Host range and vector relationships of Cotton leaf curl virus from Northern India. Indian Phytopathol., 56: 496-499.
  97. Sharma, P. and P.D. Thakur, 2002. Screening of sweet pea germplasm for resistance of sweet pea steak mosaic potyvirus. Haryana J. Hortic. Sci., 31: 58-59.
  98. Gupta, D., S.C. Chowfla, P.D. Thakur and P. Sharma, 2001. Host Range of Tomato Leaf Curl Virus from Himachal Pradesh. Ann. Biol., 17: 199-202.
  99. Sharma, P. and P.D. Thakur, 1999. Host range of sweet pea streak mosaic potyvirus. Ann. Biol., 15: 119-122.
  100. Rishi, N. and P. Sharma, 1999. Economically important viral diseases of pulse crops and their management. Indian J. Pulses Res., 12: 143-172.
  101. Charan, S., P.C. Sharma and S. Kapoor, 1999. Challenges and avenues of indian poultry industry. Poult. Adviser, 32: 19-26.
  102. McAlpine, C.A., J.J. Mott and P. Sharma, 1998. Mapping the kangaroo habitat mosaic in a semi‐arid rangeland using vegetation survey and thematic Mapper data. Geocarto Int., 13: 5-18.
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  103. Sharma, P.B. and S.L. Chopra, 1970. Persistence of malathion residues on the cauliflower crop. J. Res. Punjab Agric. Univ., 7: 216-220.
  104. Sharma, P. and S. Chopra, 1970. Thiometon residues on cauliflower crop (Brassica oleracea botrytis). Res. Punjab Agric. Univ., 7: 365-368.