Dr. Naveen Samuel  Singh

Dr. Naveen Samuel Singh

Associate Professor
Agra University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Zoology from Agra University, Agra, India

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Structural Biology
62%
Entomology
90%
Zoology
75%
Biological Sciences
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Singh N.S., D. Phillips-Singh, D. Lal and M.I. Ipe, 2011. Studies on the ecology of Phlebotominae sand flies (Phlebotomidae: Diptera) in the northern districts of Uttar Pradesh, India. J. Entomol. Res., 35: 151-155.
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  2. Naveen, S.S. and D.P. Singh, 2011. Diversity and ecological studies of phlebotominae sandflies (diptera: phlebotomidae) from the northern plains of uttar pradesh, india. Proceedings of the 7 International Symposium on Phlebotomine Sandflies, April 25-30, 2011, Kusadasi, Turke, 97-.

  3. Singh, N.S. and D. Phillips-Singh, 2010. Relative abundance of Phlebotominae sandflies with emphasis on vectors of kala-azar. Asian Pac. J. Trop. Med., 3: 270-271.
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  4. Singh, N.S. and D. Phillips-Singh, 2010. Entomological studies of phlebotominae sand flies (phlebotomidae; diptera) with emphasis on vectors of kala-azar from northern plains of uttar pradesh, india. Proceedings of the 97 meeting of Indian Science Congress, January 3-7, 2010, Thiruvananthapuram, India. pp: 150-151.

  5. Singh, N.S. and D. Phillips-Singh, 2010. A study on genetalia of phlebotominae sand flies (phlebotomidae: diptera) in northern india: a new tool for detection of species. J. Entomol., 7: 235-239.
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  6. Phillips-Singh, D. and N.S. Singh, 2010. Reproductive and metabolic responses of male and female weaver bird Ploceus philippinus is differentially altered by temporal synergism of 5-Hydroxytryptophan and L-Dihydroxyphenylalanine. Proceedings of the 97 meeting of Indian Science Congress, January 3 -7, 2010, Thiruvananthapuram, India, pp: 40-.

  7. Singh, N.S., D. Phillips-Singh and I.M. Ipe, 2009. Taxonomic description of a new species of phlebotominae (Phlebotomidae: Diptera) from Bihar, India. Indian J. Entomol., 71: 219-223.
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  8. Singh, N.S. and D. Phillips-Singh, 2009. Seasonal occurrence of phlebotominae sand flies (Phlebotominae: Diptera) and its correlation with kala-azar in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Southeast Asian J. Trop. Med. Public Health, 40: 458-462.
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  9. Singh, N.S. and D. Phillips-Singh, 2009. Seasonal occurrence of Phlebotominae sand flies (Phlebotominae: Diptera) and it`s correlation with Kala-azar in Gonda and Basti districts of Eastern U.P., India. Proceedings of the 96 meeting of Indian Science Congress, January 3-7, 2009, Shillong India, 138-.

  10. Phillips-Singh, D. and N.S. Singh, 2009. Scotoresponses of day old chicks of Japanese quail is altered by gonadotrophin and sex steroid treatment. Proceedings of the 96 meeting of Indian Science Congress, January 3-7, 2009, Shillong, India, 163-164.

  11. Phillips-Singh, D. and N.S. Singh, 2009. A review on cloacal gland of Japanese quail, Coturnix coturnix japonica, a reliable indicator of testicular activity: With comments on it's histology. Indian J. Poult. Sci., 44: 1-7.

  12. Singh, N.S. and D. Phillips-Singh, 2008. Altitudinal and seasonal variations in the distribution and occurrence of Phlebotominae sand flies (Diptera: Phlebotomidae) in India. Proceedings of the 95 meeting of Indian Science Congress, January 3-7, 2008, Vishakhapatnam, India, 50-.

  13. Phillips-Singh, D. and N.S. Singh, 2008. Histological studies on cloacal gland: A reliable indicator of testicular activity in Japanese quail, Coturnix coturnix japonica.q Proceedings of the 95 meeting of Indian Science Congress, January 3-7, 2008, Vishakhapatnam, India, 72-.

  14. Singh, N.S., D.P. Singh and I.M. Ipe, 2007. A review on the collection, preservation and systematic techniques in phlebotominae. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 10: 3983-3991.
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  15. Singh, N.S., D. Phillips-Singh and I.M. Ipe, 2007. An inventory of a new species, Phlebotomus (Anaphlebotomus) palamauensis, of Phlebotominae sand flies from Bihar, India. Indian J. Entomol., 69: 363-368.

  16. Singh, N.S. and I.M. Ipe, 2006. A study on distributional pattern of Phlebotomidae sand flies (Diptera: Phlebotomidae) from India. Indian J. Entomol., 68: 178-181.

  17. Singh, N.S. and I.M. Ipe, 2005. Geographical and seasonal distribution of phlebotomidae sand flies (Diptera: Phlebotomidae) in India. Ind. J. Ent., 67: 199-202.
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  18. Singh, N.S. and I.M. Ipe, 2005. Description of two new species of Phlebotomus (Phlebotominae: Diptera) from Sikandra, UP, India. Indian J. Entomol., 67: 144-149.
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  19. Singh, N.S., 2003. Taxonomic description of a new species of Phlebotomus (Phlebotominae: Diptera) from Sikandara, Proceedings of 10 Refresher Course in Zoology, December 2-22, 2003, Agra (U.P.) India, 12-.

  20. Ipe, I.M. and N.S. Singh, 1994. Phlebotomus (Anaphlebotomus) sanctijohani, A new species of sand flies (Phlebotomidae: Diptera) from Agra, India Hexapoda, 6: 73-78.

  21. Ipe, I.M. and N.S. Singh, 1993. A new species Panimerus kalathensis (Diptera: Psychodidae) from India. Entomonology, 19: 139-144.