Dr. Udhav Narba Bhale

Dr. Udhav Narba Bhale

Associate Professor
Arts, Science and Commerce College Naldurg, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Sciences from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, India

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Biography

Dr. Udhav Narba Bhale obtained his Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Sciences from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India. He is having 10 years teaching experience and 12 years research experience. He has published 3 books, more than 52 research articles in journal and 9 research papers communicated and accepted for publication. He successfully supervised 6 PhD students. Currently he is working on 2 research projects funded by UGC. He also attended 27 conferences, seminars, and workshops and performed many presentations. He is life member of many societies/editor boards such as Indian Phytopathological Society, Mycology and Plant Pathology, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, Bioinfolet, Journal of life Sciences, Aurangabad, India, Journal of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, New Delhi, International Journal of Bioscience Biotechnology Research communications, Bhopal, International Journal of Advances in Plant Sciences, Muzffarnagar, Journal of Mycological Society of India, Patiala, Associate Editor of the International Journal of Bionano-frontier, Mumbai, India, Associate Editor of the Journal of Bioscience Discovery, Jalana, Indian Society of Mycology, Kolkata, Journal of Biopesticides, Palayamkottai, Current Science, Bangalore, Geobios- An International Quartely Journal of life Sciences Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, and member of Mycorrhiza News, New Delhi. He was received Dr. Babasahed Ambedhkar Fellowship Award, and Dnyan Gaurav Ideal Teacher Award.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Plant Pathology
62%
Plant Protection
90%
Vegetable Crops
75%
Medicinal Plant
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Mane, S.R., R.I. Shaikh, S.P. Surve and U.N. Bhale, 2019. Mycorrhizal association in pteridophytes species from Marathwada region of Deccan Plateau zone of India. Asian J. Plant Sci., 18: 33-45.
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  2. Birajdar, G.M., V.R. Kumbhar, R.S. Narayankar and U.N. Bhale, 2019. Efficiency of prepared organic compost by thermophilic microbes on vigour growth of leafy vegetables. Int. J. Recent Scient. Res., 10: 34104-34108.
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  3. Bhale, U.N., V.R. Kumbhar and G.M. Birajdar, 2019. An account of Chlorophyllum molybdites and Macrocybe lobayensis mushroom species from drought prone area of Naldurg, Osmanabad district of Maharashtra, India. East Afr. Scholars J. Agric. Life Sci., 2: 258-261.
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  4. Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Sawant, 2019. Effect of mycorrhizae and PGPF growth of tomato cv. TO1389. Bioinfolet, 16: 8-11.

  5. Wagh, P.M. and U.N. Bhale, 2018. Biochemical changes in Sapota pulp (Achras sapota L.) due to post harvest fungi. Int. J. Life Sci., A9: 125-129.
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  6. Rajkonda, J.N. and U.N. Bhale, 2018. Evaluation of phytotoxic activity and antagonism of Trichoderma koningii. Int. J. Life Sci., A9: 120-124.
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  7. Kumbhar, V.R. S.R. Mane, G.M. Birajdar, S.A. Bansode, C.S. Swami and U.N. Bhale, 2018. Physicochemical characterization and papulation dynamics of mycoflora in infected rhizosphere soil of onion white rot caused by Sclerotium cepivorum. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. Applied Sci., 7: 3771-3780.
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  8. Gavali, M.T., S.R. Mane, V.R. Kumbhar, G.M. Birajdar and U.N. Bhale, 2018. Variations in physicochemical parameters and distribution of mycoflora in rhizospheric soil due to charcoal rot of jowar (Sorghum bicolor L.). J. Biol. Chem. Chronials, 4: 41-47.
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  9. Birajdar, G.M., S.R. Mane, S.P. Surve and U.N. Bhale, 2018. Incidence of thermophilic fungal consortium from different temperature gradation level on different organic substrates. Elixir Agric., 117: 50458-50461.
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  10. Birajdar, G.M., M.T. Gavali, S.R. Mane and U.N. Bhale, 2018. Physico-chemical parameters of organic compost and its impact on pigeon pea and jowar crop plants productivity. IOSR J. Pharm. Biol. Sci., 13: 74-79.
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  11. Bhale, U.N., S.A. Bansode and S. Singh, 2018. Multifactorial Role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizae in Agroecosystem. In: Fungi and their Role in Sustainable Development: Current Perspectives, Gehlot, P. and J. Singh (Eds.). Springer, Singapore, ISBN: 978-981-13-0392-0, pp: 205-220.

  12. Bhale, U.N., 2018. Prominence of mycorrhizal colonization and diversity in weed species growing in agronomic field of Naldurg, India. Int. J. Curr. Agric. Sci., 8: 311-317.
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  13. Bhale, U.N., 2018. Physiological changes induced by Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) and Plant Growth Promoting Fungi (PGPF) in tomato (Lycopersicum esculantum). J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 48: 65-73.

  14. Bhale, U.N., 2018. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) status and diversity of weedy plants in degraded land. Int. J. Plant Pathol., 9: 1-8.
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  15. Bhale, U.N. and S.A. Bansode, 2018. Impact of pond deposit soils for improving Vigour index and AMF status of soybean in renovated land. Int. J. Life Sci., A9: 55-61.
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  16. Tanaji, G.M., M.S. Ramesh, K.V. Ramchandra, B.G. Mallikarjun and U.N. Bhale, 2017. Cultural and morphological variability of Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid causing charcoal rot of Jowar in Solapur district of Maharastra, India. Int. J. Curr. Adv. Res., 6: 5334-5337.
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  17. Ramesh, M.S., G.M. Birajdar, G.M. Tanaji and U.N. Bhale, 2017. Prevalence and effect of mycorrhizae on growth of Pongamia pinnata nursery plant. Asian J. Plant Pathol., 11: 89-94.
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  18. Mane, S.R., V.R. Kumbhar, G.M. Birajdar, R.S. Naryankar, M.T. Gavali and U.N. Bhale, 2017. Mycorrhizal association and influence on growth of Asian pigeonwings (Clitoria ternatea L.). Int. J. Bioassays, 6: 5415-5419.
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  19. Mane, S.R., S.P. Surve and U.N. Bhale, 2017. Seasonal diversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) in Marsilea quadrifolia pteridophyte from Naldurg region of Maharashtra. Res. J. Life Sci. Bioinform. Pharmaceut. Chem. Sci., 3: 90-99.
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  20. Thorat, V., U. Bhale, V. Sawant, V. More and P. Jadhav et al., 2016. Alternative weed hosts harbors 16SrII group phytoplasmas associated with little leaf and witches' broom diseases of various crops in India. Phytopathog. Mollicutes, 6: 50-55.
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  21. Sawant, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2016. Physico-chemical analyses and status of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from rhizosphere soils of Solanaceous vegetables. IOSR J. Pharm. Biol. Sci., 11: 97-104.

  22. Bhale, U.N., 2016. Prospective of agricultural wastes as base resources for mass multiplication of Trichderma species worldwide: An overview. Int. J. Curr. Res., 8: 24968-24978.
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  23. Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Sawant, 2016. Mycorrhizal association of Solanaceous vegetables from Vast Deccan Plateau zone of India. J. Mycopathol. Res., 54: 19-24.

  24. Yadav, A., V. Thorat, U. Bhale and Y. Shouche, 2015. Association of 16SrII-C and 16SrII-D subgroup phytoplasma strains with witches' broom disease of Parthenium hysterophorus and insect vector Orosius albicinctus in India. Australas. Plant Dis. Notes, Vol. 10. 10.1007/s13314-015-0181-2.
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  25. Rajkonda, J.N. and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Improved Seedling Emergence and Biomass Production of Crop Plants by Trichoderma spp. In: Recent Trends in Microbiology, Mycology and Plant Pathology, Lakshman, H.C. (Ed.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351306542, pp: 83-93.

  26. Rajkonda, J.N. and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Enhancement of Seedling Emergence and Biomass Production of Crop Plants by Trichoderma spp. In: Major Constrains and Verdict of Crop Productivity, Bhale, U.N. (Ed.). Vol. 1, Astral International (P) Limited, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351308737, pp: 292-302.

  27. Kumbhar, V.R., S.A. Bansode, K.M. Telmore and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Vigour productivity and association of mycorrhizal fungal on Cicer arietinum L. from different study sites. Indian J. Plant Sci., 4: 84-88.

  28. Kumbhar, V.R., S.A. Bansode, K.M. Telmore and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Biomass productivity and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal (AMF) association of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera L.). Int. J. Res. Plant Sci., 5: 21-25.
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  29. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Synergistic Effects of Agrochemicals on Carbendazim Resistance Geotrichum candidus Incitant of Fruit Rot of Ivy Gourd. In: Major Constrains and Verdict of Crop Productivity, Bhale, U.N. (Ed.). Vol. 2, Astral international (P) Limited, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351308744, pp: 476-484.

  30. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Eco-Friendly Approaches in the Management of Post-Harvest Fruit Diseases of Ivy Gourd (Coccinia inidica Wight and Arn.). In: Recent Trends in Microbiology, Mycology and Plant Pathology, Lakshman, H.C. (Ed.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351306542, pp: 283-295.

  31. Bhale, U.N., 2015. Biopesticidal Approaches for the Management of Sorrel (Rumex acetosa L.) Diseases. In: Major Constrains and Verdict of Crop Productivity, Bhale, U.N. (Ed.). Vol. 1, Astral International (P) Limited, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351308737, pp: 149-160.

  32. Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Chatage, 2015. Approaching of plant extracts and Trichoderma spp against Bipolaris tetramera incited by fruit rots of Ivy gourd. CIBTech J. Microbiol., 4: 1-6.
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  33. Bhale, U.N. and P.M. Wagh, 2015. Physiological Impact of Sapota Post-Harvest Fruit Fungi on Toxin Production of Vigna aconitifolia Seeds. In: Major Constrains and Verdict of Crop Productivity, Bhale, U.N. (Ed.). Vol. 1, Astral International (P) Limited, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351308737, pp: 227-233.

  34. Bhale, U.N. and J.N. Rajkonda, 2015. Compatibility of fungicides and antagonistic activity of Trichoderma spp. against plant pathogens. Biosci. Methods, 6: 1-9.
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  35. Bansode, S.A. and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Strategies of Deficient Soil for Improvement of AMF Inoculums and Biomass Production of Pigeon Pea. In: Major Constrains and Verdict of Crop Productivity, Bhale, U.N. (Ed.). Vol. 2, Astral international (P) Limited, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351308744, pp: 550-557.

  36. Ambuse, M.G. and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Persuade of Trichoderma spp. against Phytophthora colocasiae inciting blight of Colocasia esculanta. Int. J. Pure Applied Biosci., 3: 271-274.
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  37. Ambuse, M.G. and U.N. Bhale, 2015. Looming of Trichoderma spp against Alternaria alternata Provoking Leaf Spot of Trigonella foneum-graecum (L.). In: Major Constrains and Verdict of Crop Productivity, Bhale, U.N. (Ed.). Vol. 2, Astral international (P) Limited, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-9351308744, pp: 455-461.

  38. Yadav, A., U. Bhale, V. Thorat and Y. Shouche, 2014. First report of a new subgroup 16Sr II-M 'Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia' associated with witches'-broom disease of Tephrosia purpurea in India. Plant Dis., 98: 990-990.
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  39. Wagh, P.M. and U.N. Bhale, 2014. Potentials of nutritional factors on production of cellulose enzyme by post-harvest fungal pathogens on sapodilla fruit. Curr. Biotica, 7: 256-265.
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  40. Sawant, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2014. Acaulospora soloidea-a new report of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal species from black cotton soil of Maharashtra, India. J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 44: 452-453.

  41. Rajkonda, J.N. and U.N. Bhale, 2014. Performance of mass multiplication of Trichoderma koniingi on various base materials. Flora Fauna, 20: 11-15.

  42. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Sawant and S.A. Bansode, 2014. River sedimentary soils retort to biomass production of soybean (Glycine max) and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal (AMF) status. Int. J. Adv. Life Sci., 6: 510-515.
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  43. Bhale, U.N., 2014. Prospective of leaf extracts against pathogenic fungi of sorrel (Rumex acetosa L.). Flora Fauna, 20: 44-48.

  44. Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Sawant, 2014. Status of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal (AMF) root colonization in brinjal (Solanum melongena L.). Indian J. Adv. Plant Res., 1: 4-7.

  45. Bhale, U.N. and P.M. Wagh, 2014. Incidence of fungi on Sapota in field of Thane district of Maharashtra. Flora Fauna, 20: 30-33.

  46. Bansode, S.A., V.S. Sawant and U.N. Bhale, 2014. Reclamation of degraded land through pond sedimentary soil and impact of biomass production and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal (AMF) status of soybean field. Int. J. Biotechnol. Allied Fields, 2: 33-41.
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  47. Bansode, S.A., V.S. Sawant and U.N. Bhale, 2014. Biomass production of sunflower plant and pretense of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) in newly renovated agricultural land. Flora Fauna, 20: 191-195.

  48. Bansode, S.A. and U.N. Bhale, 2014. Potential of river sedimentary soil for sorghum plant growth improvement and AMF incidence. Flora Fauna, 20: 324-327.

  49. Ambuse, M.G. and U.N. Bhale, 2014. Aggressiveness of Trichoderma spp against Fusarium oxysporum inciting wilt of Peucedonum graveolens Benth and Hook. Flora Fauna, 20: 16-19.

  50. Wagh, P.M. and U.N. Bhale, 2013. Changes in biochemical parameters of Manilkara achras M. (Sapota) infected by storage fungi. Int. J. Pharmacol. Biol. Sci., 7: 61-65.

  51. Sawant, V.S., K.G. Bansode, S.N. Bavachkar and U.N. Bhale, 2013. Potential of various fungi for biomass production of castor. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 1378-1382.
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  52. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2013. Phytotoxic activity of fungal pathogens inciting Ivy gourd fruit. Int. J. Biol. Pharm. Allied Sci., 2: 2123-2129.
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  53. Bhale, U.N., P.M. Wagh and J.N. Rajkonda, 2013. Antagonistic confrontation of Trichoderma spp against fruit rot pathogens on Sapodilla (Manilkara zapota L.). J. Yeast Fungal Res., 4: 5-11.
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  54. Bhale, U.N., 2013. Occurrence of Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizas (VAM) in medicinal plants of Marathwada region of Maharashtra, India. J. Chem. Biol. Phys. Sci. Sect. B: Biol. Sci., 3: 1912-1919.
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  55. Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Chatage, 2013. Production of hydrolytic enzymes of fungi associated on fruit rot of Coccinia indica (Wight & Arn). Asian J. Biochem. Pharmaceut. Res., 3: 86-93.
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  56. Wagh, P.M. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Efficacy of chemical control against Geotrichum candidum Link ex Fries on post-harvest Manilkara achras Mill. Sci. Res. Rep., 2: 91-93.
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  57. Wagh, P.M. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Changes in phenolic contents of sapota pulp (Achras sapota L.) due to different isolates of Aspergillus niger. Biosci. Discov., 3: 263-265.

  58. Sawant, V.S., P.P. Sarwade, V.S. Chatage, J.N. Rajkonda and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Mycorrhiza: Biofertilizer for Solanum melongena L. In: Plant Science for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Sawant (Eds.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 978-81-7035-784-1, pp: 81-85.

  59. Sarwade, P.P., V.S. Sawant and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Diversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) fungi in some Common Plants of Marathwada. In: Plant Science for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Sawant (Eds.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 978-81-7035-784-1, pp: 145-148.

  60. Sarwade, P.P., R.U. Shaikh, S.S. Chandanshive and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Association of AM fungi in important pteridophytic plants of Maharashtra, India. Int. Multidiscipl. Res. J., 2: 8-9.
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  61. Sarwade, P.P., M.B. Kanade, M.G. Ambuse and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Association of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in some angiospermic plants of Maharashtra, India. Int. Multidiscipl. Res. J., 2: 18-19.
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  62. Sarwade, P.P., K.N. Gaisamudre and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Occurrence of AM fungi in Xanthium strumarium L. plants of Osmanabad district. J. Exp. Sci., 3: 16-18.
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  63. Rajkonda, J.N., S.L. Korekar, V.S. Sawant and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Biopriming of Seeds for Improving Germination Behavior and Biomass Production of Oilseed Crops. In: Plant Science for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Sawant (Eds.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 978-81-7035-784-1, pp: 76-80.

  64. Rajkonda, J.N., D.S. Jadhav and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Influence of Trichoderma species on seed germination of crop plants. Adv. Plant Sci., 25: 675-677.

  65. Chatage, V.S., A.S. Sonwane and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Chemical Control of Fruit Rots of Coccinia indica caused by Bipolaris tetramera and Macrophomina phaseolina. In: Plant Science for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, Bhale, U.N. and V.S. Sawant (Eds.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 978-81-7035-784-1, pp: 165-168.

  66. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Mineral contents changes due to fruit rot fungal pathogens of ivy gourd (Coccinia indica Wight & Arn.). Int. J. Pharm. Biol. Sci., 2: 262-265.
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  67. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Changes in some biochemical parameters of Ivy gourd (Coccinia indica Wight and Arn.) fruits after infection of fruit rot. J. Plant Pathol. Microbiol., Vol. 3. 10.4172/2157-7471.1000122.
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  68. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Biochemical changes in Coccinia indica fruit rot infected with carbendazim resistant Geotrichum candidus. Adv. Plant Sci., 25: 685-687.

  69. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Sawant, V.S. Chatage and J.N. Rajkonda, 2012. In vitro evaluation of Trichoderma strains against Macrophomina phaseolina causing fruit rot of Coccinia indica. J. Mycopathol. Res., 50: 255-259.

  70. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Sawant and P.P. Sarwade, 2012. Arbuscular mycorrhizas of some plants growing in Marathwada region of Maharashtra. J. Kavaka, 39: 1-4.

  71. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Chatage and M.G. Ambuse, 2012. First report of Alternaria tenuissima inciting leaf spot of sorrel Rumex acetosa (L.) in Maharashtra, India. Indian J. Sci. Res., 3: 187-188.

  72. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Chatage and M.G. Ambuse, 2012. First report of Fusarium proliferatum inciting Wilt of Rumex acetosa L. in Maharashtra, India. J. Plant Pathol. Microbiol., Vol. 3. 10.4172/2157-7471.1000116.
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  73. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Chatage and J.N. Rajkonda, 2012. First report of phytoplasma associated with leaf roll on Dhak (palas) in India. J. Plant Pathol. Microbiol., Vol. 3. 10.4172/2157-7471.1000115.
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  74. Bhale, U.N., M.G. Ambuse, V.S. Chatage and J.N. Rajkonda, 2012. Bioefficacy of Trichoderma isolates against pathogenic fungi inciting spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.). J. Biopestic., 5: 222-227.
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  75. Bhale, U.N. and J.N. Rajkonda, 2012. Evaluation of distribution of Trichoderma species in soils of Marathwada region of Maharashtra during 2007-2011. J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 42: 505-508.

  76. Bhale, U.N. and J.N. Rajkonda, 2012. Enzymatic activity of Trichoderma species. Novus Nat. Sci. Res., 1: 1-8.

  77. Bhale U.N., 2012. Physiological studies of fungicide resistant and sensitive Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. spinaciae. Int. J. Ayurvedic Herbal Med., 2: 171-175.
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  78. Ambuse, M.G., V.S. Chatage and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Influence of Trichoderma spp. against Alternaria tenuissima inciting leaf spot of Rumex acetosa L. Biosci. Discov., 3: 259-262.
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  79. Ambuse, M.G. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Evaluation of antifungal activity of plant latex extracts against resistant isolates of pathogens associated on Rumex acetosa L. Int. J. Ayurvedic Herbal Med., 2: 389-393.
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  80. Ambuse, M.G. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Efficacy of fungicides against pathogenic fungi of Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.). Adv. Plant Sci., 25: 671-673.

  81. Ambuse, M.G. and U.N. Bhale, 2012. Antifungal activity of plant latex extracts against resistant isolates of pathogens associated on (Rumex acetosa L.). Int. J. Plant Sci., 7: 395-398.

  82. Sarwade, P.P., S.S. Chandanshive, M.B. Kanade, M.G. Ambuse and U.N. Bhale, 2011. Growth effect of Capsicum annum var. Jawala plants inoculated with Glomus fasciculentum and Trichoderma species. Int. Multidisciplin. Res. J., 1: 13-16.
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  83. Sarwade, P.P., S.S. Chandanshive, M.B. Kanade and U.N. Bhale, 2011. Diversity of Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi in some common plants of Marathwada region. Int. Multidiscipl. Res. J., 1: 11-12.
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  84. Rajkonda, J.N., V.S. Sawant, M.G. Ambuse and U.N. Bhale, 2011. Inimical potential of Trchoderma species against pathogenic fungi. Life Sci. Feed, 1: 10-13.

  85. Rajkonda, J.N. and U.N. Bhale, 2011. Report on two species of Trichoderma from black soil of Marathwada region of Maharashtra state. Bioinfolet, 8: 363-364.
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  86. Rajkonda, J.N. and U.N. Bhale, 2011. Influence of Trichoderma on pulses. Bioinfolet, 8: 387-389.
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  87. Chatage, V.S., V.S. Sawant, J.N. Rajkonda and U.N. Bhale, 2011. Morphology and pathogenic variability of Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid incitant of fruit rot of Ivy gourd in (MS), India. Biosci. Discovery, 2: 85-89.
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  88. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2011. Efficacy of fungicides against Alternaria pluriseptata and Geotrichum candidus incitant of ivy gourd fruit. Int. J. Latest Trends Bot. Sci., 1: 1-4.
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  89. Bhale, U.N., 2011. Tolerance of polluted water on seedling growth of some cereal crops. Int. J. Latest Trend Bot. Sci., 1: 5-7.
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  90. Bhale, U.N., 2011. Survey of market storage diseases of some important fruits of Osmanabad district (M. S.), India. Sci. Res. Rep., 1: 88-91.
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  91. Bhale, U.N., 2011. Pathogenic potential of seed mycoflora of Spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.). Adv. Plant Sci., 24: 505-508.

  92. Bhale, U.N., 2011. Frontiers of plant sciences for sustainable agriculture and rural development. Bioinfolet Times, 8: 212-223.

  93. Bhale, U.N. P.P. Sarwade, S.K. Murumkar, V.S. Chatage and P.M. Wagh, 2011. Fungitoxic potential of Cassia fistula (L.) extracts on mycelia growth and spore germination of pathogenic fungi incitant of spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.). Bionanofrontier, 4: 168-173.

  94. Sarwade, P.P., J.N. Raikonda, P.M. Wagh and U.N. Bhale, 2010. Association of AM fungi in four medicinal plants of Maharashtra, India. Bioscience Discovery, 1: 40-43.

  95. Rajkonda, J.N., D.S. Jadhav Bhale, U.N. Jadhav Bhale and V.S. Sawant, 2010. Influence of different nutrients sources on fungicide resistant and sensitive Alternaria spinaciae the incitant of leaf spot of Spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.). Ad. Plant Sci., 23: 459-462.

  96. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2010. Physiological races of Alternaria pluriseptata inciting fruit rot of Ivy gourd (Coccinia indica Wight & Arn.). Geobios, 37: 261-264.

  97. Chatage, V.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2010. Fungi associated with fruit rot diseases of ivy gourd (Coccinia indica Wight & Am.) from Maharashtra, India. Bioinfolet, 7: 242-243.
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  98. Bhale, U.N., S.S. Kamble and L.V. Ganawane, 2010. Biochemical changes in spinach infected with carbendazim resistant Alternaria spinaciae. Indian Phytopathol., 63: 230-231.
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  99. Bhale, U.N., 2010. Effect of nutritional sources on fungicide resistant and sensitive Fusarium oxysporum f. spinaciae inciting wilt of spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.). Biosci. Biotechnol. Res. Commun., 3: 176-180.
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  100. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Sawant, V.S. Chatage and J.N. Rajkonda, 2009. A new disease record of phylloidy in periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) from Maharashtra, India. J. Mycol. Plant Pathol., 39: 358-359.

  101. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Sawant, P.P. Sarwade and J.N. Raikonda, 2009. Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization in ornamental plants. Bioinfolet, 6: 145-145.

  102. Bhale, U.N., S.S. Bharade and S.S. Kamble, 2009. Biochemical changes in pomegranate (Punnica granatun L.) fruit infected with carbendazim resistant of Alternaria alternata (Fr.) Keissler. J. Biotechnol. Bioinform., 1: 109-112.

  103. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Sawant, P.P. Sarwade and J.N. Rajkonda, 2008. Thermophilic fungi from different substrates of Osmanabad district. Bioinfolet, 5: 248-251.

  104. Bhale, U.N., V.S. Sawant, D.S. Surayawanshi and D.S. Jadhav, 2008. Botanicals to control Fusarium oxysporum f. spinaciae incitant of wilt of spinach. Bioinfolet, 5: 200-203.

  105. Bhale, U.N., J.N. Rajkonda, P.P. Sarwade and S.S. Kamble, 2008. of plant extract on growth and spore germination in Alternaria spinaciae causing leaf spot of spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.). Bionanofrontier, 2: 71-73.

  106. Bhale, U.N., J.N. Rajkonda and P.P. Sarwade, 2008. Evaluation of botanicals against Atternaria spinaciae causing leaf spot of spinach (Spinacea oleracea L. ). Geobios, 36: 152-155.

  107. Bhale, U.N. and D.P. Gogle, 2008. Impact of industrial polluted water on seedling growth of vegetable crops. Geobios, 35: 41-42.

  108. Bhale, U.N. and D.P. Gogle, 2008. Effect of passage on the development of carbendazim resistance in Alternaria spinaciae incitant of leaf spot of spinach (Spinaciea oleracea L.). Geobios, 35: 35-37.

  109. Bhale, U.N. and S.S. Kamble, 2007. Biochemical changes observed in host by benomyl resistant of Fusarium oxysporum f. spinaciae causing wilt of spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.). Bionanofrontier, 1: 60-63.

  110. Bhale, U.N., S.S. Kamble and L.V. Ganawane, 2005. Effect of plant extracts on growth and spore germination in Fusarium oxysporum f. spinacieae causing wilt of spinach. Bioinfolet, 2: 122-125.

  111. Bhale, U.N., D.P. Gogle and D.S. Suryawanshi, 2005. Effect of plant extracts on growth of sensitive and resistant isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f. spinaciae causing wilt of spinach (Palak). Shodhyatra, 2: 312-323.

  112. Kamble, S.S. and U.N. Bhale, 2001. Antifungal activity of plant extracts against Fusarium oxysporum f. udum the incitant of pigeon pea wilt. J. Sci. Dr. BAMU Aurangabad, 31: 39-44.