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  1. 1. Bio-data For Review at 30 years of service Name: Dr. Santosh Kumari B.Sc (Medical), M.Sc. and Ph. D. (Plant Physiology; Minor – Chemistry and Biochemistry) Designation: Principal Scientist, Division: Plant Physiology, Institute: I.A.R.I. New Delhi - 110012 Date of Joining: 12 March 1986 Date of Birth: 23 April, 1959 Employment Record (Starting from the present position) Designation Pay Scale/ Pay Band with Grade Pay/Research Grade Pay Nature of work Organization Institution & Place of posting Period (From-To) Actual Duration (Years & Months) Principal Scientist 37400-67000 Research & Teaching ICAR Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Division of Plant Physiology, New Delhi- 12 12 March, 2007 till date 8 Year 11 months 9 days on 19 feb 2016 Senior Scintist 12000-18300/- Research & Teaching ICAR Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Division of Plant Physiology, New Delhi- 12 12 March 1999 -11 March 2007 8 Years Scientist Senior Scale 3000-5000/- Research & Teaching ICAR Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Division of Plant Physiology, New Delhi- 12 12 March 1991 – 11 March 1999 8 Years Sientist- S1 700-1300/- Research & Teaching ICAR IARI, Plant Physiology (WTC) 12 March 1986- 11 March 1991 5 Years
  2. 2. Teaching experience & recognition for teaching: 24 years since 1992 Courses taught: Credit Hours 1. Phytotronics Course leader 2+2 2. Physiology of Reproduction Course Associate +Leader 2+1 3. Physiology of Seeds Course Associate 2+0 4. Plant water relations Course Associate 2+1 5. Stress Physiology Course Associate 2+1 6. Chemical regulation of growth Course Associate 3+1 7. Cell Physiology Course leader 2+0 8. Physiology of Crop Plants Associate 9. Responses of Plants to abiotic stresses Associate 10. Principles of Plant Physiology Associate 11. Physiology of Plant mineral nutrition Associate 12. Seminar Leader & Course Associate 1 Recent Advances in Plant Physiology: Seminar Leader Developed the Course on Phytotronics and trained students and scientist in control environment research (1995 -2012) Hindi officer (2003-2005) from Division of Plant Physiology initiated Poster Presentations (Research articles) in Hindi. Students guided: M.Sc. (1) Co-Guide Ph.D.(5) member Research guide inducted in 1997  Guided two Ph. D. students and one M. Sc, student in the area of Plant growth regulators and stress physiology, respectively.
  3. 3.  Actively participating in education and research programmes. Member of advisory committee of Three Ph. D. students.  Member of board of studies (2002)  Pre-qualifying examination of M. Sc. And Ph. D. students. (2006-2007) Participation in Seminar/Symposia/ Workshop/ conferences etc i. International Congress of Plant Physiology, WTC, IARI (Feb15- 20, 1988), New Delhi. ii. Second International Crop Science Congress. Crop productivity and sustainability - Shaping the future (Nov. 17-24, 1996) New Delhi, India Organized by National Academy of Agricultural Sciences and Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, India. iii. Use of Phytotronics discussion with Prof T. W. Tibbitts (April 22- May 3, 1996), NPF, IARI, New Delhi, India. iv. National Seminar "Plant Physiology for sustainable Agriculture" (March 19-21, 1997), Indian Society for Plant Physiology and ICAR, New Delhi, India. v. International conference on "Managing natural resources for sustainable agricultural production in the 21st century" (Feb. 14- 18, 2000), Indian Society of Soil Sciences, IARI, New Delhi, India. vi. Gender justice and Maintenance of Safe and Congenial Environment for Women at Work Place- Workshop November 9, 2001), IARI, New Delhi, India. vii. 3rd Pan Indian Science Congress (19-21 Feb., 2003) NPL, New Delhi, India. viii. 2nd International Congress of Plant Physiology, on sustainable plant productivity under changing environment, (Jan 8-12, 2003), Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi, India. ix. Application of Phytotronics in Agricultural Research- Workshop cum training in National Phytotron facility, IARI, New Delhi, IARI, India. Organized by ICAR and UNDP/FAO x. National Convention on Knowledge driven agricultural development - Management of change. ARSS FORUM and ICAR, New Delhi, India.
  4. 4. Participation in Refresher Courses/ Summer Institutes, if any xi. 12th School on remote sensing in Agriculture with special emphasis on Agro-ecosystem management. Division of Agricultural Physics, NRL, New Delhi – 12. Participant to upgrade knowledge in remote sensing. xii. Winter school on photosynthesis and bioproductivity (Dec 2-22, 2004); Division of Plant physiology, IARI, New Delhi –12. Member of programme committee and delivered three lectures. xiii. Winter school on “Understanding the present climate and its future change over the Indian – Subcontinent due to global warming” at Indian Institute of Technology, Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, New Delhi (1992-1993). Projects/proposals submitted  Abscisic acid in the integration of metabolism under water stress in wheat (Triticum aestivum). ICAR National Fellow Scheme, Indian Council Of Agricultural Research, Krishi Anusandhan Bhawan, Pusa, New Delhi-110012  Physio-morphological indices for the management of Pearl millet under fragile agro-ecosystem. Abiotic factors affecting production and productivity of the crop under irrigated conditions. Submitted to Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Human Resource Development Group (Extra Mural Research Division CSIR Complex, Pusa, New Delhi –12).  Same project was submitted under project proposal on production system research under Irrigated Agro-Eco- system (NATP)  ABA as a selection index for drought tolerance in pearl millet. CGP III- NATP ResearchProjects: 1. Physiological and biochemical basis of adaptability (WTC; 1986-1988) Achievement:
  5. 5.  Branched ear wheat ideotype was observed to be suitable for dry land conditions as tillering was suppressed and main shoot was affected less under such conditions.  Biomass, grain yield and harvest index showed significant positive correlation with pre-anthesis water use.  Nitrogen application was not beneficial under sever water stress but considerably helpful under mild water stress or limited water availability in improving yields in sorghum.  Chopra, R.K. and Santosh Kumari (1995) Influence of variable amount of irrigation water and nitrogen fertilizer on growth yield and water use of grain sorghum. J. Agronomy & Crop Science 174: 151-161 2. Photosynthesis and crop productivity under tropical environment (PL480; US-India Fund -1988-1992) o Developed Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) techniques: o By adopting flash induced primary charge separation for detecting photosystem I (PSI) o Signals for PSI and PSII were characterized in spinach for calculating the number of reaction centres. o Confirmed that Mn responsible for PSII is localized into chloroplast and bound Mn plays role in photochemical reaction o Recorded evidence for chlororespiration in sunflower Santosh Kumari (2013) Respiratory Control over Photosynthetic Electron Transport in Chloroplast of Higher cells: Evidence with Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Spectroscopy. Global ResearchAnalysis. 2(3): 3-5. Santosh Kumari, Sirohi G.S. (1991) Free radical content and ascorbic acid metabolism of sorghum during reproductive differentiation. Indian J. Plant Physiology 34(3): 278-281. 3. Development of efficient technology for irrigation water and fertilizer application (WTC; Plasticulture development)- Project Leader: ICAR- Cess Fund ((1993-1999) Objective: Evaluation of drip irrigation system and crops suitable under this irrigation method. Achievements:
  6. 6. Transfer of Technology  Technical advice to state governments for promoting plasticulture applications.  To organize field demonstrations and training programmes.  Survey of drip irrigation, installations in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab.  Drip irrigation was found suitable for maximization (modification of leaf area) of leaf area to maximize crop yield in potato and increased water use efficiency. Project 4. Physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement (1999- 2003) Objective: Role of Nitrogen and growth regulators in crop improvement Achievements: Benzyl- adenine maintained the chloroplast envelops which protect the loss of endogenous factors from thylakoid membrane to maintain the photosynthetic activity Sunflower and Bajra). In all the genotypes, higher doses of nitrogen resulted in the development of bigger chloroplasts with increased number of thylakoid membrane in stroma and starch granules, and early senescence. The higher activity of proteolytic enzyme due to nitrogen treatment may be the reason for early senescence. Treatment with BA delayed the appearance of symptoms of leaf senescence. Project 5. Improvement in abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants: Physiological approaches Sub-project. Role of growth regulators in stress amelioration (2003 onward) Objective- Biochemical and Physiological basis of drought tolerance in wheat Achievements: Water deficit led to a rise in abscisic acid levels and then to the induction of lignin synthesis as a survival mechanism in three different wheat cultivars grown under unfavorable environmental conditions. Photosynthets liberated through reduction of internode length were used in production of multiple layers of mesophyll tissue (thick leaf) and cell wall thickening. Plant growth reduction under drought was caused primarily by reduction in leaf area ratio. Cell sizes were reduced under higher temperature and late sown conditions due to the increased rate of cell division of the cells with different cell wall composition. Drought tolerant cultivar synthesized lignin during rehydration around vascular bundle in order to avoid cavitations. ABA enhanced programmed cell death under unfavorable growth conditions. Project: 6. Physiological and Molecular Basis of Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Wheat, mustard and Chickpea (2009-2014) Sub- project: Plant growth regulators in amelioration of drought Objective: Molecular, biochemical and physiological basis of drought (water stress) tolerance in wheat Significant Achievements: From Final report of the project (5yrs)  The accumulation of the xanthophyll cycle carotenoids and zeaxanthin particularly indicated pH dependent energy dissipation (qE) a major component of NPQ. Neoxanthin and zeaxanthin served important functions as an antioxidant in the lipid phase of the membrane and are likely to act as key components in the memory of the chloroplast with respect to preceding photo-oxidative stress in next generation even under low light and normal temperature conditions. ABA
  7. 7. accumulation was required for anthocyanin synthesis under November sown conditions (normal growth condition).  RUBP substrate remain available in C306 indicating reduced photorespiration under drought in tolerant cultivar compared to sensitive cultivar i.e. HD 2428.  A significant, positive, linear correlation was found between the expression of wheat 45–46 kDa RCA and plant productivity under heat-stress conditions. Results support the hypothesis that endogenous levels of RCA could play an important role in plant productivity under supraoptimal temperature.  Root length, root number, root mass, root tip thickness, resistance to water flow within the root, root/shoot completely modifies the plant architecture. ABA inhibited lateral root growth via suberization of cell wall. Wheat root growth is inhibited in horizontal direction due to endogenous ABA accumulation under normal as well as late sown conditions (high temperature).  ABA reduces the size of smaller vessels; reducing the efficiency of water flow in wheat plant at low temperature as well as high temperatures (inhibited cell expansion consequently reduced plant size and yield).  In the growing grass leaf, with a much looser mechanical association between mesophyll and epidermis, mechanical limitation of extension could be due particularly to stretching of protoxylem elements, while suberization of the bundle sheath or layers of small cells with low diffusivity for water may limit growth hydraulically. The xylem structure also affects the susceptibility of the root segment to cavitation, which generates transient drops of axial conductivity. These effects essentially affect the long-distance propagation of the transpiration- driven negative xylem tension.  Xylem development in flag leaf of wheat cultivars is co-limited by carbohydrate supply due to changes in PS II.  Plasmodesmata serve as directors of plant growth and development and may help to determine a program of cell differentiation, such as sealing off root and stem epidermal cells from the rest of the plant. We had recorded ectopic expression of lignin in wheat under the influence of ABA under favorable conditions for growth and development.  Membrane intrinsic protein TaPIP2.2 and AQP7 contributed in drought tolerance in wheat.  The increased expression in Ta PIP2.2 and AQP7 in leaves of C306 wheat that assisted leaf growth under high temperature and radiation stress occur primarily through post translational modifications, such as phosphorylation. We have identified conserved residues (indicated in bold type below) in a loop following the first NPA motif ARKVSLIR. A site with the sequence R-K-X-S-X-X-R is present at the internal loop in most PIPs. Sequences ELLSS at C- terminal indicate involvement of COP 1 protein in protein targeting to plasma membrane. Sequence DIE at N-terminal indicates that the protein was modified post translational after export from endoplasmic reticulum to golgibodies by adding amino sugar at sequence asparagine-X-serine i.e. NXS/T.  Amino sugar profile was changed in wheats under drought condition
  8. 8.  The higher levels of TCA intermediate suggests greater mitochondrial activity in drought tolerant plants, which is directed towards generating more reductant and ATP, but possibly also into mitochondrial fatty acids and for the provision of carbon skeletons for amino acid biosynthesis. Isileucine, leucine, valine, proline and arginine were detected in drought sensitive (HD 2428) and tolerant wheat cultivar (C 306). Arginine was detected in drought sensitive cultivar of wheat. Amino acid composition was dependent on development of flag leaf in wheat. Project 7. Deciphering physiological, biochemical and molecular mechanisms of abiotic stress tolerance and nutrient use efficiency of crop plants (2015 -2019) Objective: Functional genomics for identifications of promoters, genes and epialleles associated with abiotic stress tolerance and nutrient use efficiency of rice and wheat Activities: Molecular analysis of abiotic stress tolerance for identification of genes/ epialleles involved in abiotic stress tolerance of rice and wheat Achievement: Role of APQ7 in drought tolerance analysed in relation to photosynthesis, water relations and growth of drought susceptible and tolerant cultivars (Prepared manuscript) Administration Charge of Professor and Head in their absence (attend conference, tour or leave): 2009- 11-12-2013) Member of store Physical verification committee (2001) Member of Central Facility (2009-2014) Member of Budget and Research Committee (2009-2014)  Time bound reply to Parliament questions regarding Casual, Non muster roll, contract and outsourced workers appointed in Central Govt. Offices and CPCUs (2012-13)  Attended 106th Professors meeting to discuss the National Policy for higher Agricultural Education and academic issues in connection with the strengthening of P.G. Education at IARI, chaired by the Director, IARI  Attended Heads meeting with the Director, IARI  Member of Budget and Research Committee  Renovation of Room No. 211 & 223  Supervision of Labourers and monitoring of Experiments in field and pot house. (2011-to-13)  Project formulation for next 12th plan- five years (2014-19) Award/Reward/Recognition (s)  Member of Ganga Cleaning Project (1986) from WTC, IARI, New Delhi
  9. 9.  Consulting Editor of Indian Journal of Plant Physiology (2009-10-11)  Member of Interview Board for selection of the candidates for Ph. D. Degree Programme in the discipline of Plant Physiology for the Academic session (2009- 2010)  Member of Interview Board for selection of the candidates for Ph. D. Degree Programme (Post Harvest Technology) for the Academic session 2010-11  Member of Interview Board for selection of the candidates for Ph. D. Degree programme in the discipline of Plant Physiology for the Academic Session 2012- 13  Member of Selection committee for PDF for Plant Physiology at the institute level (2012-13) Reviewer/Recognition: 1. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 2. Journal of Horticultural Sciences (Bangalore) – (2009-11) 3. Publication Centre, University of Agricultural Sciences (Dharwad) – (2009-13- 2014) 4. Pusa AgriScience (Journal of IARI Post Graduate School) - (2012) 5. Agricultural Science Digest - (2012) 6. Agricultural reviews - (2010-13) 7. African Journal of Agricultural Research - (2011-14) 8. African Journal of Biotechnology - (2012-13) 9. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research - (2012)-Germany 10. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research (ARCC-Karnal)- (2012-13) 11. Plant and Soil (Springer) (2012-13) 12. Sky Journal of Soil Sciences and environmental management 13. Karnataka journal of Agricultural Sciences 14. British Biotechnology Journal (2015) 15. Annual Research and Review in Biology (2015) 16. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture (2015) 17. Reviewed All India Co-Ordinated project on Pearlmillet. 18. Reviewed Project on Extenuating the Role of Lycopene in risk factors induced atherosclerosis: A biochemical and molecular study. CST, UP, Lucknow-226018 Awards/distinction received,  Third ranking in Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board 1985  Distinction in Cell Physiology, Phytotronics, and Physiology of Reproduction- teaching.
  10. 10.  2nd and 3rd best research poster Award in Hindi on Hindi divas in IARI, New Delhi.  Best Agriculture ResearchCommunication award in Hindi  Selectedfor participation in winter school on “Understanding the present climate and its future change over the Indian – Subcontinent due to global warming” at Indian Institute of Technology, Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, New Delhi (1992-1993).  Selected for Workshop-cum-Training on “Application of Phytotronics in Agricultural Research” (Nov. 16-21, 1997), NPF, and New Delhi.  Fellow of Indian Society for plant physiology 1997 onward  Member of organizing Committee of International conference of Plant Physiology (1988) held in WTC, IARI, New Delhi 110012.  Member of Poster Evaluation Committee for 2nd International Congress of Plant Physiology, on sustainable plant productivity under changing environment, (Jan 8-12, 2003), Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi, India.  Member of Organizing Committee (resource persons) 3rd Pan Indian Science Congress (19-21 Feb., 2003) NPL, New Delhi, India.  Senior Research Fellowship of CSIR, New Delhi in 1986 before joining ICAR  Junior Research Fellowship of CSIR, New Delhi in Ph. D.  Merit Fellowship of Haryana Agriculture University in Ph. D.  Merit Fellowship of Haryana Agriculture University in M. Sc.  National Fellowship after B. Sc.  Merit Fellowship in Matriculation  Elected Member of Editorial Board -- Indian journal Plant Physiology  Consulting Editor ISPP Indian Society for Plant Physiology (ISPP) DO 2006- 07 2008- 09 Professional Society Training  Selected for Training in Phytotronics (Use of modern techniques in stress physiology) under FAO/UNDP programme in CSIRO Canberra, Australia (1993-1994). Nominated for training on Projects MIS for scientific staff of IARI (Batch-3), 2-3 September, 2013, New Delhi. Seminar (s)/ Scientific Meeting (s)/Symposium (s) etc.  Farm Women Empowerment Workshop and Vichar Ghoshti attended in Pusa Krishi Vigyan Mela (2009- to—2012-13)
  11. 11.  Attended Seminar on foundation day of Division of Plant Physiology held in the Conference Room of Plant Physiology (2009-10 and 2011)  International Seminar, "Meeting Challenges of Global Wheat Production: A tribute to Dr. Norman Borlaug”  Scientific Meeting Attended and participated in discussion: A 19- member delegation from AACREA, Argentina received by Joint Director (Research) and discussion held in the Conference Room of the Central Library  National Symposium on Recent Global Developments in the Management of Plant Genetic Resources held at NBPGR, New Delhi (December17-18)  Emerging challenges for Agriculture over the next few decades, and international efforts to meet these challenges- Dr. Kenneth Cassman, Chair, CGIAR and Professor and Head, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska, USA at NASC Auditorium (29th March 2012).  Adapting Agriculture to climate change -Wheat production – Dr. M. Reynolds from CYMMIT (MEXICO)-NBPGR in March  Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Memorial Lecture— “Where will the food come from in a hotter and more crowded world?” BY Dr. Nina V. Federoff (President American Association for the advancement of Science-AAAS on 24 March 2012, India International Centre.  National Seminar on “Transfer of Technology of strategic pesticides use to enhance agricultural production and food security” organised by ICAR-Division of Agricultural Extension, and Dhanuka Agritech Ltd.(1 June 2011 at NASC auditorium) Monitoring of Projects/ Schemes/activities including utilization of funds  Member of Budget and Research Committee  Member of Central facilities for research  Member of Store verification committee Co-ordinator in Kisan Melas & exhibitions as a part of melas (1989-to-2009) for 2 to 3 days for unlimited beneficiaries Actively participated in Goshthies for farmers and for women empowerment Institute Committee  Member of Consultancy Committee -- -Institute Committee (Contracts, Contract research and Consultancy) –(2002)  Resource management - -- Institute Committee (Water Harvesting)- Attendance Incharge – Maintained attendance for administration https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Santosh_Kumari Jul 1982 – Oct 1987 CCS Haryana Agricultural University Ph.D., Plant Physiology with minor Chemistry and Biochemistry Hisar, India
  12. 12. Thesis Santosh Kumari (1987) Effect of Plant Growth Regulators on Growth and Metabolism of Bajra (Pennisetum typhoides) and Sunflower (Helianthus annuusL.) under Simulated Drought Conditions. Ph. D. Thesis (Plant Physiology), Department of Botany, College of Basic Sciences and Humanities, H.A.U. Hisar Haryana. 03/1987, Degree: Ph.D., Supervisor: Dr. S. Bharti, Associate Plant Physiologist, Department of Botany, H. A. U. Hisar, Haryana. Santosh Kumari (1981) Effect of Cycocel (CCC) on Growth, Water Relations and some of the Biochemical indices of Sunflower (Helianthus Annuus L.) M.Sc. Thesis (Plant Physiology, College of Basic Sciences and Humanities, Haryana Agriculture University, Hisar Haryana). 01/1981, Degree: M.Sc. (Plant Physiology), Supervisor: Dr. M. I. Khan (Assistant Professor), Department of Botany, H.A.U. Hisar, Haryana Statistics RG Score 27.91 Publications 92 Total Impact Points 69.86 Reads 1,536 Citations 476 Awards & Grants Jan 1986 Award: Laureates Of CCS Haryana Agricultural University Skills & Activities Skills Protein Markers, Plant Environmental Stress Physiology, Abiotic Stress Tolerance, Plant Physiology, Anatomy and Physiology, Plant developmental Biology, Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Biochemistry, Plant Cell Biology, Stress Physiology, ABA, Secondary Metabolism, Aquaporins, Zoology
  13. 13. Languages English, French, German, Hindi, Russian, Sanskrit Scientific Memberships Fellow of ISPP (Indian Society for Plant Physiology) (1997) Elected Member of Editorial Board- Indian Journal Of Plant Physiology (2006-09) Life Time Membership of Indian society of Plant Physiology (1981) Life Time Membership of Indian society of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (Journal of Plant Biology) (1988) Life Time Membership of Swadeshi Science Movement of India , (Vigyan Bharti) Delhi (2003) Life Time Membership of Indian society of Plant Genetic resources (2010) Life Time Membership of Journal of Potash Research (1994) Life Time Membership of Indian Agricultural Research Committee (Gwalior), 2009 Consultant-Editor of ISPP Publications Books Santosh Kumari: Santosh Kumari (2004) Manual- Phytotronics, Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi-12.. 01/2004 Book Chapters Santosh Kumari, S.R. Khushwaha and Tej Pal Singh (2004) Methods of Plant Growth Analysis. Winter School on Photosynthesis and Bioproductivity. Winter School on Photosynthesis and Bioproductivity, Edited by Srivastava et al, 09/2004: chapter Methods of Plant Growth Analysis.: pages 291-296; Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi 110012. Santosh Kumari, S.R. Khushwaha and Tej Pal Singh (2004) Plant Growth Analysis. Winter School on Photosynthesis and Bioproductivity.. Winter School on Photosynthesis and Bioproductivity, Edited by Srivastava et. al, 09/2004: chapter Plant Growth Analysis: pages 249-261; Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi 110012. Santosh Kumari (1998) Solving some physiological problems by growing plants in controlled environments. Application of Phytotronics in Agricultural Research. Eds. Pitam Chandra and K.V. Prabhu, New Delhi 110012. Application of Phytotronics in Agricultural Research., Edited by Eds. Pitam Chandra and K.V. Prabhu, 01/1998 pages 148-159; UNDP-FAO-ICAR.
  14. 14. Journal Publications Sameer Goyal, Charu Sharma, Umesh Mahajan, Chandragouda Patil, Yogeeta Agrawal, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Arya, Shreesh Ojha: Protective Effects of Cardamom in Isoproterenol-Induced Myocardial Infarction in Rats. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 11/2015; 16(11):27457-27469. DOI:10.3390/ijms161126040 Neha Rani, Saurabh Bharti, Mansi Manchanda, T C Nag, Ruma Ray, S S Chauhan, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Regulation of Heat Shock Proteins 27 and 70, p-Akt/p-eNOS and MAPKs by Naringin Dampens Myocardial Injury and Dysfunction In Vivo after Ischemia/Reperfusion. PLoS ONE 12/2013; 8(12):e82577. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0082577 Mukesh Nandave, Shreesh Kumar Ojha, Santosh Kumari, Tapas Chandra Nag, Raj Mehra, Rajiv Narang, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Cardioprotective effect of root extract of Picrorhiza kurroa (Royle Ex Benth) against isoproterenol-induced cardiotoxicity in rats. Indian Journal Experimental Biology 09/2013; 51(9):694- 701. Shreesh Kumar Ojha, Charu Sharma, Mahaveer Jain Golechha, Jagriti Bhatia, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Licorice treatment prevents oxidative stress, restores cardiac function, and salvages myocardium in rat model of myocardial injury. Toxicology and Industrial Health 06/2013; 31(2). DOI:10.1177/0748233713491800 Santosh Kumari Lutein, Anthocyanin and Xanthophyll Cycle Components in Wheat (Triticum Aestivum) Flag Leaves Under high Light and high Temperature Conditions. Indian Journal Applied Research04/2013; 3(4):1-3. Santosh Kumari and H.M.Rawson (2013) Temperature, Vapour Pressure Deficit and Water Stress Interaction on Transpiration in wheat. International Journal of Scientific ResearchVol 2(3):375-376. Santosh Kumari (2013) Respiratory Control over Photosynthetic Electron Transport in Chloroplast of Higher cells: Evidence with Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Spectroscopy. Global ResearchAnalysis. 2(3): 3-5. S Ojha, S Goyal, C Sharma, S Arora, S Kumari, DSArya: Cardioprotective effect of lycopene against isoproterenol-induced myocardial infarction in rats. Human & Experimental Toxicology 10/2012; 32(5). DOI: 10.1177/0960327112454890 Ashok Kumar Sharma, Saurabh Bharti, Rajiv Kumar, Bhaskar Krishnamurthy, Jagriti Bhatia, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Syzygium cumini ameliorates insulin resistance and β-cell dysfunction via modulation of PPAR, dyslipidemia, oxidative stress, and TNF-α in type 2 diabetic rats. Journal Pharmacological Sciences 06/2012; 119(3):205-13. Ashok Kumar Sharma, Saurabh Bharti, Jagriti Bhatia, Saroj Nepal, Salma Malik, Ruma Ray, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Sesamol alleviates diet-induced cardiometabolic syndrome in rats via up-regulating PPARγ, PPARα and e-NOS.
  15. 15. The Journal Nutritional Biochemistry 03/2012; 23(11):1482-9. DOI:10.1016/j.jnutbio.2011.09.011 Shreesh Ojha, Saurabh Bharti, Mahaveer Golechha, Ashok K Sharma, Neha Rani, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Andrographis paniculata extract protect against isoproterenol-induced myocardial injury by mitigating cardiac dysfunction and oxidative injury in rats. Acta poloniae pharmaceutica 03/2012; 69(2):269-78. Shreesh Kumar Ojha, Saurabh Bharti, Sujata Joshi, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Protective effect of hydroalcoholic extract of Andrographis paniculata on ischaemia-reperfusion induced myocardial injury in rats. Indian J. Medical Research03/2012; 135(3):414-21. Santosh Kumari Influence of Drip Irrigation and Mulch on Leaf Area Maximization, Water Use Efficiency and Yield of Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). 11/2011; Journal Agricultural Science (Canada) 4(1).71-80 DOI:10.5539/jas.v4n1p71 Shreesh Ojha, Jagriti Bhatia, Sachin Arora, Mahaveer Golechha, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Cardioprotective effects of Commiphora mukul against isoprenaline-induced cardiotoxicity: A biochemical and histopathological evaluation. Journal Environmental Biology 11/2011; 32(6):731-8. Shreesh Ojha, Mahaveer Golechha, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Protective effect of Emblica officinalis (amla) on isoproterenol-induced cardiotoxicity in rats. Toxicology and Industrial Health 10/2011; 28(5):399-411. DOI: 10.1177/0748233711413798 Saurabh Bharti, Mahaveer Golechha, Santosh Kumari, Khalid Mehmood Siddiqui, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Akt/GSK-3β/eNOS phosphorylation arbitrates safranal- induced myocardial protection against ischemia-reperfusion injury in rats. Eur J Nutr 10.1007. European Journal Nutrition 10/2011; 51(6):719-27. DOI: 10.1007/s00394-011-0251-y Shreesh Ojha, Mahaveer Golechha, Santosh Kumari, Jagriti Bhatia, and Dharamvir S Arya: Glycyrrhiza glabra protects from myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury by improving hemodynamic, biochemical, histopathological and ventricular function. Exp Toxicol Pathol 08:011. Experimental and toxicologic pathology: official journal of the Gesellschaft fur Toxikologische Pathologie 10/2011; 65(1-2). DOI:10.1016/j.etp.2011.08.011 Santosh Kumari Multipurpose Tree Acacia - Potential for Domestication in India. Indian Journal Applied Research10/2011; 3(5):13-22. DOI:10.15373/2249555X/MAY2013/4 Ashok Kumar Sharma, Saurabh Bharti, Sameer Goyal, Sachin Arora, Saroj Nepal, Kamal Kishore, Sujata Joshi, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Upregulation of PPARγ by Aegle marmelos Ameliorates Insulin Resistance and β-cell Dysfunction in High Fat Diet Fed-Streptozotocin Induced Type 2 Diabetic Rats. Phytotherapy Research10/2011; 25(10):1457-65. DOI:10.1002/ptr.3442
  16. 16. Salma Malik, Sameer Goyal, Shreesh Kumar Ojha, Saurabh Bharti, Saroj Nepali, Santosh Kumari, Virendra Singh, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Seabuckthorn Attenuates Cardiac Dysfunction and Oxidative Stress in Isoproterenol-Induced Cardiotoxicity in Rats. International Journal Toxicology 09/2011; 30(6):671-80. DOI: 10.1177/1091581811417898 Ashok Kumar Sharma, Saurabh Bharti, Shreesh Ojha, Jagriti Bhatia, Narender Kumar, Ruma Ray, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Up-regulation of PPARγ, heat shock protein-27 and-72 by naringin attenuates insulin resistance, β- cell dysfunction, hepatic steatosis and kidney damage in a rat model of type 2 diabetes. The British Journal Nutrition 06/2011; 106(11):1713-23. DOI: 10.1017/S000711451100225X Santosh Kumari: Yield Response of Uniculm Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to Early and Late Application of Nitrogen: Flag Leaf Development and Senescence. Journal Agricultural Science (Canada) 03/2011; 3(1). 170-182. DOI:10.5539/jas.v3n1p170 Shreesh Ojha, Saurabh Bharti, Ashok K Sharma, Neha Rani, Jagriti Bhatia, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Effect of Inula racemosa root extract on cardiac function and oxidative stress against isoproterenol-induced myocardial infarction. Indian journal of biochemistry & biophysics 02/2011; 48(1):22-8. Santosh Kumari, Parsad N.K.: Santosh Kumari and Parsad N.K. (2010-11) Kapas ki Kheti mein potassium ka mahatav. Pusa Surbhi, ICN: H-106/2011. Saroj Nepal, Salma Malik, Ashok Kumar Sharma, Saurabh Bharti, Narender Kumar, Khalid Mehmood Siddiqui, Jagriti Bhatia, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Abresham ameliorates dyslipidemia, hepatic steatosis and hypertension in high-fat diet fed rats by repressing oxidative stress, TNF-α and normalizing NO production. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology 01/2011; 64(7-8):705-12. DOI:10.1016/j.etp.2011.01.003 Jaspreet Sachdeva, Vineeta Tanwar, Mahaveer Golechha, Khalid M Siddiqui, Tapas C Nag, Ruma Ray, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir S Arya: Crocus sativus L. (saffron) attenuates isoproterenol-induced myocardial injury via preserving cardiac functions and strengthening antioxidant defense system. Experimental and toxicologic pathology: official journal of the Gesellschaft fur Toxikologische Pathologie 12/2010; 64(6):557-64. DOI:10.1016/j.etp.2010.11.013 Shreesh Ojha, Sameer Goyal, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Pyruvate attenuates cardiac dysfunction and oxidative stress in isoproterenol-induced cardiotoxicity. Experimental and toxicologic pathology: official journal of the Gesellschaft fur Toxikologische Pathologie 11/2010; 64(4):393-9. DOI:10.1016/j.etp.2010.10.004 Dharamvir Singh Arya, Sachin Arora, Salma Malik, Saroj Nepal, Santosh Kumari, Shreesh Ojha: Effect of Piper betle on cardiac function, marker enzymes, and oxidative stress in isoproterenol-induced cardiotoxicity in rats. Toxicology mechanisms and methods 11/2010; 20(9):564-71. DOI:10.3109/15376516.2010.514962
  17. 17. Shreesh Ojha, Mukesh Nandave, Santosh Kumari Dharamvir S Arya: Cardioprotection by Inula racemosa Hook in experimental model of myocardial ischemic reperfusion injury. Indian Journal Experimental Biology 09/2010; 48(9):918-24. Santosh Kumari: Cellular Changes and their Relationship to Morphology, Abscisic Acid Accumulation and Yield in Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Cultivars under Water Stress. American Journal Plant Physiology 05/2010; 5(5). 257-277. DOI:10.3923/ajpp.2010.257.277 Vineeta Tanwar, Jaspreet Sachdeva, Mahaveer Golechha, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Curcumin Protects Rat Myocardium Against Isoproterenol- Induced Ischemic Injury: Attenuation of Ventricular Dysfunction Through Increased Expression of Hsp27 Along with Strengthening Antioxidant Defense System. Journal Cardiovascular Pharmacology 04/2010; 55(4):377-84. DOI:10.1097/FJC.0b013e3181d3da01 Sameer Goyal, Sachin Arora, Tarun Kumar Bhatt, Prasenjit Das, Amit Sharma, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Modulation of PPAR-γ by telmisartan protects the heart against myocardial infarction in experimental diabetes. Chemico-biological interactions 03/2010; 185(3):271-80. DOI:10.1016/j.cbi.2010.03.030 Nandave M. Kumari S. Ojha S. K., Arya D.S.: Ojha S. K., Nandave M. Kumari S. and Arya D.S. (2010) Cardioprotection by Inula recemosa Hook in experimental model of myocardial ischemic reperfusion injury. Indian J. Experimental Biology 01/2010; 48:918-924. Vineeta Tanwar, Jaspreet Sachdeva, Kamal Kishore, Rajan Mittal, Tapas Chandra Nag, Ruma Ray, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Dose-dependent actions of curcumin in experimentally induced myocardial necrosis: A biochemical, histopathological, and electron microscopic evidence. Cell Biochemistry and Function 01/2010; 28(1):74-82. DOI:10.1002/cbf.1623 S.N. Goyal, S Arora, A.K. Sharma, S Joshi, R Ray, J Bhatia, S Kumari, D.S. Arya: Preventive effect of crocin of Crocus sativus on hemodynamic, biochemical, histopathological and ultrastructural alterations in isoproterenol-induced cardiotoxicity in rats. Phytomedicine 17(3-4):227-232. Phytomedicine: International Journal Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology 09/2009; 17(3-4):227- 32. DOI:10.1016/j.phymed.2009.08.009 Sameer Goyal, Sachin Arora, Rajan Mittal, Sujata Joshi, Tapas C Nag, Ruma Ray, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Myocardial salvaging effect of telmisartan in experimental model of myocardial infarction. European Journal Pharmacology 09/2009; 619(1-3):75-84. DOI:10.1016/j.ejphar.2009.07.026 Mukesh Nandave, Shreesh Kumar Ojha, Sujata Joshi, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Moringa oleifera Leaf Extract Prevents Isoproterenol-Induced Myocardial Damage in Rats: Evidence for an Antioxidant, Antiperoxidative, and Cardioprotective Intervention. Journal Medicinal Food 03/2009; 12(1):47-55. DOI:10.1089/jmf.2007.0563
  18. 18. Santosh Kumari Evolvable features of lignin pathway in wheat under water stress. Indian J. Plant Genetic resources 2009; 23(1):51-56 ISNN: 0971-8184 Santosh Kumari, Singh T.P: Santosh Kumari and Singh T.P, (2009) Chana-Ekisavin sadi ki ak mahatavapuran phasal. Pusa Surbhi, H-78/2009, 12-16. S. K. Ojha, M. Nandave, S. Kumari, D. S. Arya (2009) Antioxidant Activity of Andrographis paniculata in Ischemic Myocardium of Rats. Global Journal Pharmacology, 3 (3): 154-157, 2009 S. N. Goyal, S Arora, M Nandave, S. K. Ojha, S Kumari, D. S. Arya: New therapeutic targets for myocardial infarction. Current science, 08/2008; 95(3). 332-339. Goyal S.N., Arora S., Nandave M., Ojha S.K., Kumari S., and Arya D. S (2008) New therapeutic targets for myocardial infarction. Current Science 95(3): 332-339. Current science 01/2008; 95(3):332-339. S.K. Ojha, M. Nandave, S. Goyal, S. Arora, S. Kumari, and D.S. Arya: Cardioprotective potential of turmeric: Preclinical and clinical evidences. Indian Drugs 09/2007; 44(9):653-663. D.S. Arya, M. Nandave, S. Kumari, S.K. Ojha: Urinary pharmacokinetics of pyrazinamide in pediatric patients with primary progressive disease of lungs. Indian Drugs 08/2007; 44(8):585-590. Nandave M., Nandave D., Ojha S. K., Goyal S., Kumari S., Singh A. D (2007) Multiple biological activities of Boerhaavia biffua Linn. (Punarnava): An Overview. Indian Drugs 44(6): 417-427. Indian Drugs 06/2007; 44(6):417-427. Nandave Mukesh, Shreesh K. Ojha, Joshi Sujata, Kumari Santosh, Dharamvir S. Arya: Cardioprotective Effect of Bacopa monneira Against Isoproterenol-Induced Myocardial Necrosis in Rats. International Journal Pharmacology 05/2007; 3(5). DOI:10.3923/ijp.2007.385.392 Harish K Loh, Kanhei C Sahoo, Kamal Kishore, Ruma Ray, Tapas C Nag, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir S Arya: Effects of Thalidomide on Isoprenaline-Induced Acute Myocardial Injury: A Haemodynamic, Histopathological and Ultrastructural Study. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology 05/2007; 100(4):233-9. DOI:10.1111/j.1742-7843.2007.00022.x Mukesh Nandave, Ipseeta Mohanty, T C Nag, Shreesh Kumar Ojha, Rajan Mittal, Santosh Kumari, and Dharamvir Singh Arya: Cardioprotective response to chronic administration of vitamin E in isoproterenol induced myocardial necrosis: Hemodynamic, biochemical and ultrastructural studies. Indian Journal Clinical Biochemistry 03/2007; 22(1):22-8. DOI: 10.1007/BF02912876 Mukesh Nandave, Shreesh K.Ojha, Sujata Joshi, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir S. Arya (2007).Cardioprotective effect of Bacopa monneira Against isoproterenol-Induced Myocardial Necrosis in Rats. International journal of Pharmacology 3(5):385-392. ISSN 1811-7775. International Journal Pharmacology 01/2007; 3(5):385-392. Pankaj Bansal, Suresh Kumar Gupta, Shreesh Kumar Ojha, Mukesh Nandave, Rajan Mittal, Santosh Kumari, Dharamvir Singh Arya: Cardioprotective effect of
  19. 19. lycopene in the experimental model of myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 10/2006; 289(1-2):1-9. DOI: 10.1007/s11010-006-9141-7 D. S. Arya, M. Nandave, S. K. Ojha, S. Kumari, S. Joshi, I. Mohanty: Myocardial salvaging effects of Ocimum sanctum in experimental model of myocardial necrosis: A haemodynamic, biochemical and histoarchitectural assessment. Current Science 09/2006; 91(5). Ojha S. K., Nandave M., Kumari S., Arya D. S.: Antilipidperoxidation and free radical scavenging activity of tribulus terrestris Indian Drugs 43(2):136-140. Indian Drugs 02/2006; 43(2):136-140. Gutam S., Nath V., Srivastava G.C., Santosh Kumari (2005) Carbohydrate accumulation in developing grains of wheat genotypes. Indian J. Plant Physiology 10(2):109-111.ISSN 0019-5502. Indian Journal Plant Physiology 01/2005; 10(2):109-111. Santosh Kumari (2004) Photosynthesis and adaptation in different environments. Proceedings of winter school on Photosynthesis and Bioproductivity (December 2-22, 2004) Sponsored by Indian Council of agricultural Research at Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi 110012. Santosh Kumari, P. S. Deshmukh (2003) Cotton cultivation in north India. Intensive Agriculture (Ministry of Agriculture), Farm Information Unit, Directorate of Extension, ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India. Santosh Kumari and S.C. Dixit (2002) Samay ki mahati aavshaykata"Tapakdar sinchai. Parsar Doot, (September), 19-20. R. Khanna-Chopra, S. Kumari Influence of Variable Amounts of Irrigation Water and Nitrogen Fertilizer on Growth, Yield and Water Use of Grain Sorghum. Journal Agronomy and Crop Science 1995; 174(3):151 - 161. DOI:10.1111/j.1439- 037X.1995.tb01098.x Santosh Kumari, M.I. Khan (1995) Effect of cycocel (CCC) on water relations and survival value of sunflower. Indian Biologist 27 (1): 19-23 ISSN 0302-7554. Santosh Kumari, Bharti S. (1992) Effect of CCC and FAP on Photosynthesis in sunflower under simulated drought conditions. Haryana Agriculture University Journal Research22: 206-213. Santosh Kumari and Bharti S. (1991) Effect of CCC and FAP on leaf diffusive resistance, photosynthesis and respiration in pearl millet under stress conditions. Annals Arid Zone 30(2):129-137. Santosh Kumari, Sirohi G.S. (1991) Free radical content and ascorbic acid metabolism of sorghum during reproductive differentiation. Indian J. Plant Physiology 34(3): 278-281. Indian Journal Plant Physiology 01/1991; 34(3). Santosh Kumari and Bharti S. (1991) Effect of CCC and FAP on protein metabolism of pearl millet (Pennisetum americanum L.) under simulated drought conditions. Indian J. Experimental Biology. 29(01):49-51
  20. 20. Santosh Kumari, S. Bharti and M. I. Khan (1990) Effect of cycocel on growth and metabolism of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Indian J. Agric Res., 24(2): 87- 93. Santosh Kumari and Bharti, S. (1988) Effect of CCC and FAP on water status and yield of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) under stimulated drought conditions. Indian Journal Plant Physiology, 31(4): 381-387.. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 01/1988; 31(4):381-387. Kuhad M. S. Sheoran, I.S. and Santosh Kumari (1987) Alleviation and separation of osmotic and ionic effect during germination and early seedling growth in pearl millet by presoaking the seeds with growth regulators. Indian Journal Plant Physiology 01/1987; 30(2):139-143 Conference Proceedings Santosh Kumari, Arya D.S: Abscisic acid accumulation under water and temperature stress and its role in cell structure, morphology, transpiration and yield in wheat. Hindi Poster Exhibition- First Award and Best ResearchCommunication Award, IARI, ICAR; 09/2004 Santosh Kumari and Dixit S. C. (2004) Role of Nitrogen in Plant Productivity. Published in Hindi in Bhartiya krishi Anusandhan Patrika (Research J. Agriculture & Animal Sciences) 19(2&3): 107-110. 2nd Best Poster Award in Symposium cum Exhibition in Hindi, at IARI. Symposium cum Exhibition in Hindi, at IARI, IARI, New Delhi-12; 09/2003 Santosh Kumari, Nath V., Sivakumar T: Nath V. (2003) Gehun ki Triticale jati men pate ki saranchana ka mahatav. 3rd Pan Indian Science Congress in Hindi (Feb. 19-21, 2003) Vigyan Bharti and National Physical Laboratory, New delhi110012. 3rd Pan Indian Science Congress in Hindi, Vigyan Bharti and National Physical Laboratory, New delhi110012; 02/2003 Santosh Kumari, Arya D. S. (2003) Aantrik abscisic acid ke satar men badlav ka gehun ki vardhi avem utpadan par parbhav. 3rd Pan Indian Science Congress in Hindi (Feb. 19-21, 2003) Vigyan Bharti and National Physical Laboratory, New delhi110012. 3rd Pan Indian Science Congress, National Physical Laboratory, New delhi110012; 02/2003 Sivakumar T., Nath V., Santosh Kumari (2003) Mobilization of starch granules in relation to grain shriveling in Triticale. 2nd International Congress of Plant physiology (Jan 8-12, 2003) New Delhi, India. 2nd International Congress of Plant physiology, New Delhi, India; 01/2003 Sivakumar T., Nath V., Santosh Kumari (2003) Dynamic changes of abscisic acid content during grain development of wheat and Triticale. 2nd International Congress of Plant physiology (Jan 8-12, 2003) New Delhi, India. 2nd International Congress of Plant physiology, IARI, New Delhi; 01/2003 Santosh Kumari, Nath Virender (2003) Effect of cytokinin on photosynthesis in pearl millet under water stress. 2nd International congress of Plant Physiology on
  21. 21. Sustainable Plant Productivity .ICAR-IARI, New Delhi 110012. Abst pg no. 239, S4-162. 2nd International congress of Plant Physiology on Sustainable Plant Productivity, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi-12; 01/2003 Santosh Kumari (2000) Water Use efficiency and Gross returns in Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) under Drip irrigation. Proceedings of the International conference on Managing Natural Resources for sustainable agricultural production in the 21st Century. Feb. 24-18, 2000. New Delhi 110012, India.. International conference on Managing Natural Resources for sustainable agricultural production in the 21st Century, IARI, New Delhi-110012; 02/2000 Khanna M. Santosh Kumari, Kumar A. (1996) Effect of drip irrigation, furrow irrigation and mulching on plant growth and yield of potato. 2nd International Crop Science Congress on Crop Productivity and Sustainability-Shaping the Future (November 17-24, 1996) New Delhi, India. 2nd International Crop Science Congress on Crop Productivity and Sustainability-Shaping the Future, New Delhi, India. 11/1996 Sinha S. K., Santosh Kumari (1988) Response of branched spike wheat to water stress. International Congress of Plant Physiology (Feb 15-20), New Delhi, India. International Congress of Plant Physiology, WTC, IARI, New Delhi, India; 02/1988 Chopra R. K. and Santosh Kumari (1987) Rhizobia population, nodulation and nitrogen fixation at various soil depths in Cicer arietinum cultivars. Proceedings of DEA Symposium on Plant- Microbe Interactions. University of maharani's College, Jaipur (November11-13, 1987) Organised by Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India. DEA Symposium on Plant- Microbe Interactions. University of maharani's College, Jaipur, Jaipur; 11/1987 Technical Reports Santosh Kumari (1989) Photosynthesis and Crop Productivity under Tropical Environment (PL-480 Us-India Fund), Plant Physiology (1988-1992) and Edited the Technical Bulletin UNDP pgs 120. Affiliation: UNDP (PL-480) Technical research article 1. ससससस सससससस (2013) ससससस सस ससस ससससससस सस ससससससससससस ससस सससससससस सस ससससससससस1 सससस ससससस (2012-13). 2. Santosh Kumari, Parsad N.K.: Santosh Kumari and Parsad N.K. (2010-11) Kapas ki Kheti mein potassium ka mahatav. Pusa Surbhi, ICN: H-106/2011.

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