Dr. K. Sri Rama Murhty

Dr. K. Sri Rama Murhty

Professor
Montessori Mahila Kalasala, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Plant Taxonomy from Sri Krishna Devaraya University, India

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Plant Taxonomy
62%
Plant Tissue Culture
90%
Plant Biotechnology
75%
Plant Biology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Murthy, K.S.R., 2011. Nutritional potential and biochemical compounds in Cajanus albicans (Wight and Arn.) van der Maesan for food and agriculture. Int. J. Agric. Technol., 7: 161-171.
  2. Murthy, K.S.R. and R. Kondamudi, 2011. Rapid shoot regeneration from thin cell layer explants of an endangered medicinal asclepiad Ceropegia spiralis wight. Plant Tissue Cult. Biotchnol., 21: 63-73.
  3. Madhuri, V., V.A. Amrutha and K.S.R. Murthy, 2011. DNA fingerprinting profile of Caralluma species: An approach to molecular. Asian J. Biochem. Pharm. Res., 2: 500-506.
  4. Madhuri, V., V.A. Amrutha and K.S.R. Murthy, 2011. Biochemical study of Caralluma species to understand species homology. Int. J. Applied Biol. Pharm. Technol., 2: 139-144.
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  5. Murthy, K.S.R., R. Kondamudi and V. Vijayalakshmi, 2010. Micropropagation of an endangered medicinal plant Ceropegia spiralis L. Int. J. Agric. Technol., 6: 179-191.
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  6. Murthy, K.S.R., R. Kondamudi and T. Pullaiah, 2010. High frequency somatic embryogenesis in Ceropegia spiralis wight-An endemic and endangered medicinal plant. Indian J. Biotechnol., 9: 414-418.
  7. Murthy, K.S.R. and R. Kondamudi, 2010. Effect of cytokinins and auxins on in vitro flowering of endangered Ceropegia spiralis wight and C. pusilla wight and Arn. Phytomorphology, 60: 32-37.
  8. Madhuri, V., V.A. Amrutha and K.S.R. Murthy, 2010. Evaluation of immunostimulating activities of Caralluma spp. Int. J. Pharmacogn. Phytochem. Res., 2: 1-4.
  9. Kondamudi, R., V. Vijayalakshmi and K.S.R. Murthy, 2010. Induction of morphogenetic callus and multiple shoot regeneration in Ceropegia pusilla wight and Arn. Biotechnology, 9: 141-148.
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  10. Murthy, K.S.R. and K.R.S. Sambasiva Rao, 2009. The chemical composition and nutritional evaluation of Paracalyx scariosus (Roxb.) Ali a wild relative of Cajanus from Southern Peninsular India. Trop. Subtrop. Agroecosyst., 10: 121-127.
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  11. Kondamudi, R., K.S.R. Murthy and T. Pullaiah, 2009. Euphorbiaceae-a critical review on plant tissue culture. Trop. Subtrop. Agroecosyst., 10: 313-335.
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  12. Murthy, K.S.R., 2008. A new teratological phenomenon in Cocos nucifera L. (Coconut). Indian For., 134: 581-581.
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  13. Murthy, K.S.R. and N. Kandimalla, 2008. Antimicrobial spectrum and phytochemical study of Walsura trifoliata (A. Juss.) Harms. (Meliaceae) bark extracts. J. Pharmacol. Toxicol., 3: 267-271.
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  14. Sandhyarani, S., K.S.R. Murthy and T. Pullaiah, 2007. Tree flora in Eastern ghats of Southern Peninsular India. Res. J. Bot., 2: 176-185.
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  15. Murthy, K.S.R. and V.B. Kandimalla, 2007. Biochemical and nutritional assessment of Rhynchosia hirta (Andr.) meikle and verdc (Papilionaceae). J. Plant Sci., 2: 433-439.
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  16. Murthy, K.S.R., V. Madhuri, S. Emmanuel and T. Pullaiah, 2006. Polyembryony in Rhynchosia hirta (Andr.) Meikle and Verdc. J. Non-Timber For. Prod., 13: 103-194.
  17. Murthy, K.S.R., D.R. Ramulu, J. Chandrashekar, S. Emmanuel and T. Pullaiah, 2006. In vitro flowering of Spathoglottis plicata Bl. (Orchidaceae). Phytomorphology, 53: 117-120.
  18. Lavanya, T.M., K. Sri Rama Murthy, N. Srinivasa Reddy and K.R.S. Sambasiva Rao, 2006. Phytochemical and antimicrobial study of Aglaia spectabilis leaf extracts. J. Trop. Med. Plants, 7: 163-168.
  19. Ramulu, D.R., K.S.R. Murthy and T. Pullaiah, 2005. Vegetative propagation of Hemidesmus indicus R. Br. by stem cuttings. Indian For., 131: 1505-1508.
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  20. Thangadurai, D., K.S.R. Murthy, P.J.N. Prasad and T. Pullaiah, 2004. Antimicrobial screening of Decalepis hamiltonii Wight and Arn. (Asclepiadaceae) root extracts against food-related microorganisms. J. Food Saf., 24: 239-245.
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  21. Sandhya Rani, S., K.S.R. Murthy, D. Muralidhara Rao and T. Pullaiah, 2004. On the occurrence of Dimeria connivens Hack. in Andhra Pradesh. J. Bombay Nat. History Soc., 101: 478-479.
  22. Murthy, K.S.R., S. Sandhya Rani and T. Pullaiah, 2004. Hypericum gaitii Haines-A new record for Southern Peninsular India. J. Bombay Nat. History Soc., 101: 189-190.
  23. Ramulu, D.R., K.S.R. Murthy and T. Pullaiah, 2003. Regeneration of plants from root segments derived from aseptic seedlings of Hemidesmus indicus R. Br. Phytomorphology, 53: 293-298.
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  24. Pullaiah, T., K.S.R. Murthy, P.S.P. Goud, T.D.C. Kumar and R. Vijayakumar, 2003. Medicinal plants used by the tribals of Nallamalais, Eastern Ghats of Andhra Pradesh, India. J. Trop. Med. Plants, 4: 237-243.
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  25. Murthy, K.S.R., S. Sandhya Rani and T. Pullaiah, 2003. Wild edible plants of Andhra Pradesh, India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 27: 613-630.