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SYSTEMATIC BOTANY

RESEARCH PAPERS

  1. Bed, D.K., Kinhal, G. A. Haridasan, K. And Ravi Kumar K U. Ghate, R Vijaya Shankar and J. H. Indresha 2003. Conservation Assessment and Management Prioritizations for the Medicinal Plants of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghlaya and Sikkim, FRLHT, Bangalore.
  2. Haridasan, K. (1988). Amentotaxus (Taxaceae): A rare Gymnosperm from Arunachal Pradesh. Indian For.114(12): 868-870.
  3. Haridasan, K. and Deben Deori 1991. A list of plants not recorded in the flora of British India that are recorded from or found in Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal Forest News 9 (2) : 21-34.
  4. Haridasan, K., G.P. Shukla & B.S. Beniwal, 1995. Medicinal plants of Arunachal Pradesh , SFRI Publication. Itanagar, India.
  5. Haridasan, K, Anupam Sharma & L. R. Bhuyan, 2001. Gymnosperm diversity in Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal Forest News(Biodiversity Special), Vol-19 (1&2): 32-42
  6. K.Haridasan,L.R.Bhuyan and M.L.Deori. Wild Edible Plants of Arunachal Pradesh. Published in Arunachal Forest News Vol. 10 No.1.
  7. K. Haridasan and L.R. Bhuyan. Observation on Growth Performance of Some Tropical Trees of Arunachal Pradesh Under Cultivated Condition. Published in Arunachal Forest News Vol. 14 NO.2 ( 1996)
  8. Some Commercially Important Medicinal Plants of North East India. Paper presented in the National Seminer of Traditional Herbal Medicines of Assam organised by the Botany Department of Dhemaji College & UGC on 4th and 5th January, 1998.Arunachal Forest News Vol 18, No. 1&2, 2000.
  9. Some Plants Used as Medicine by the Nishi Tribe ofArunachal Pradesh: A Preliminary Study. Paper presented in the National Symposium on Tribal Medicines of North East India organised by Defence ResearchLaboratory, Tezpur,Assam,sponsored by DRDO,ICMR, DISM &H, DBT,Govt. of India, 25-27 May 1998 and published in the J.Econ. & Taxon. Botany, Vol. 27 NO.2 (2003),pp 447-450.
  10. Ethnobotany and its scope in Arunachal Pradesh. Paper published in Arunachal Forest News(1999), Vol. 17, No. 1&2.
  11. Preliminary Observations on Ethnobotany of Tagin Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Paper presented in the National Seminar on Traditional Knowledge base on Herbal Medicines and Plant Resources of North East India, Protection, Utilization and Conservation, organized by National Institute of Science Communication,CSIR.New Delhi, at Guwahati (Assam), from March 13-15,200l.
  12. Regional Red data book- An urgent need for Environmental Planning in North East Region. Paper with KHaridasan and A Sarmah presented in the National Workshop on Arunachal Pradesh: Environmental Planning and Sustainable. Development- Opportunities and Challenges held on16- 19 Dec'99.
  13. Ginseng In Arunachal Pradesh: The Prentice ( An Assamese Magazine) in Assamese.I-15 July, 1996.
  14. Natun Birikh Purani Naam (New Plants old Names) in Assamese in The Prantik, 1-15 June, 1995.
  15. A Study on Ethnobotany of Nyishi Tribe of Papum Pare District, Arunachal Pradesh,lndia, Master Thesis (1999).
  16. K Haridasan, ASarmah, N. S.Bisht. L.R. Bhuyan. Medicinal Plants Sector in Arunachal Pradesh- An Overview, The Indian Forester, Vol. 129, No.1, January, 2003.
  17. Piper longum - A Prospective Medicinal Plants of Arunachal Pradesh: Paper published in the Souveneer, on the Seminar/ Workshop on Cutivation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Arunachal Pradesh on 18-19th Nov,2002.
  18. Bamboo and Canes of Arunachal Pradesh and its Propagation: paper presented in the Seminar on Microplanning of JFM at Itanagar on 22-25 May,2003, organized by NAEB, Shillong, and Deptt. Of Environment and Forests, Govt. of Arunachal pradesh.
  19. Ethnomedicines of Idu-Mishimi Tribe of Arunachal . Pradesh with J. Pulu. Paper presented in the Seminar on "Development Through Culture" organised by Vivekanand Kendra Institute of Culture, Arunachal Chapter, on 14th -15th February, 2004 at Banquet Hall,Itanagar.
  20. Dr. K. Haridasan and L.R. Bhuyan. Some selected Bamboos of Arunachal Pradesh and its propagation and cultivation: paper presented in the W orId Bamboo Congress at New Delhi w.e.f. 26.02.04 to 04.03.04.
  21. Orchids as Medicinal plants: paper was presented in the Kishan Me1a at Roing on 30th may,2004 organised by Essomi Foundation Trust, Roing in collaboration with RJUL,SFRI,RRI(Ay)andSMPB.
  22. Some prospective high altitude medicinal plants of Arunachal Pradesh: Paper was presented at the National Seminar on Medicinal Plants and A yurveda on 10th and 11 th June, 2004 at Banquet hall organised by Regional Research Institute, (Ay.), Itanagar.
  23. Some Common Medicinal Plants used by Different Tribes of Arunachal and Neighbouring People of Assam :Aradhana (2004) Silver Jubilee Souvenir of Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh.

 

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