Dr. Anita Puyam
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Dr. Anita Puyam

Assistant Professor
Rani Lakshmi Bai Central Agricultural University, Jhansi, India

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India

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Area of Interest:

Agricultural Sciences
Agricultural Environmental Protection
Plant Pathology
Plant Science and Phytopathology

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Meenambal, R., S.K. Hema, V. Tomar and A. Puyam, 2022. Probe into DNA interaction, cell toxicity and antifungal activities of phyto-synthesized yttrium oxide (Y2O3) nanoparticles. IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng., Vol. 1225. 10.1088/1757-899X/1225/1/012044.
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  2. Manjunatha, L., H.K. Ramappa, A. Puyam and N. Srinivasa, 2021. Pigeonpea Sterility Mosaic Virus: a threatening virus of pigeonpea, current scenario and its control. Indian Phytopathol., 74: 885-891.
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  3. Kalidas-Singh, S., I.P. Bora, D. Thakuria, S. Changkija, A. Puyam and L. Khwairakpam, 2021. The comparative soil fertility in traditional and alder-based shifting cultivation of varied fallow lengths in Eastern Indian Himalayas. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 67: 681-692.
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  4. Singh, S.K., I.P. Bora, D. Thakuria, A. Puyam, P. Rai and M.H. Devi, 2019. Assessment of pre-burn forest litters biomass and nutrient quality at different fallow lengths in traditional and alder-based Jhum. Environ. Ecol., 37: 5-10.
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  5. Puyam, A., P.P.S. Pannu, J. Kaur, S. Sethi and K. Kaur, 2019. Understanding Bakanae: A major threat and an emerging disease of Basmati rice. Indian Phytopathol., 72: 599-605.
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  6. Singh, A.R., S.K. Dutta, T. Boopathi, S.B. Singh and Lungmuana et al., 2018. Integrated management of soft rot of ginger in Northeastern hills of India. Indian Phytopathol., 71: 83-89.
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  7. Puyam, A., S. Sharma and P.L. Kashyap, 2017. RNA interference-A novel approach for plant disease management. J. Appl. Nat. Sci., 9: 1612-1618.
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  8. Puyam, A., P.P.S. Pannu, J. Kaur and S. Sethi, 2017. Variability in production of gibberellic acid and fusaric acid by Fusarium moniliforme and their relationship. J. Plant Pathol., 99: 103-108.
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  9. Puyam, A., P.P.S. Pannu, J. Kaur and S. Sethi, 2017. Investigations on survival and host range of Fusarium moniliforme sheld causing foot rot disease of rice. Environ. Ecol., 35: 2071-2075.
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  10. Puyam, A., P.P.S. Pannu, J. Kaur and S. Sethi, 2017. Cultural, morphological and molecular variability of Fusarium moniliforme sheld. causing foot rot disease of Basmati rice in Punjab. J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 47: 369-381.
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