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Dr. Ramesh Chandra Misra

Designation:
Officer-In-Charge
     
Division/RS/Unit:
ICAR-NBPGR RS, Cuttack
     
Discipline:
Economic Botany
Contact:
+91-9861086811
     
E-Mail:
RC.Misra(AT)icar.gov.in, rcmisranbpgr(AT)gmail.com
     
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Recent Publications Research Papers
1.  Raina AP and RC Misra (2020). Evaluation of diosgenin, a bioactive compound from natural source of Dioscorea species: A wild edible tuber plant.Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry9 (1)1120-1124.
2.  Sahoo HK and RC Misra (2019). Indigenous phyto-therapy of Kandha tribe for primary healthcare in Kandhamal district, Odisha.e - planet17(1)1-8
3.  Sahoo HK and RC Misra (2019). Impact of cyclone Fani on tree damage in Bhubaneswar city, Odisha, Indiae - planet17 (2):134-138.
4.  Misra RC, DR Pani, LK Bharathi and SP Ahlawat (2018). Abelmoschus angulosus var mahendragiriensis (Malvaceae): a new taxonomic variety of wild okra from Eastern Ghats of India.Genet Resour Crop Evol65, issue 3, pp993-1002
5.  Raina AP and RC Misra (2018). Chemical evaluation of Mucuna species for L-dopa content- an anti-Parkinson’s drug yielding medicinal plant from India.Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge17 (1):148:154.
6.  Misra RC, DR Pani, P Kumar and P Das (2018). Vegetation mapping and management strategy of mangroves of Bhitarkanika wildlife sanctuary, Odisha: A remote sensing approache- planet16 (2):89-101
7.  Raina AP and RC Misra (2017). Chemo-divergence in essential oil composition among germplasm collection of five Ocimum species from eastern coastal plains of IndiaJournal of Essential oil Research,DOI: 10.1080/10412905.2017.1371087.
8.  Sahoo HK, RC Misra and AK Mukherjee (2016). Wild edible fruits traditionally used by tribes of Similipal Biosphere Reserve, Odisha, Indiae- planet14 (2):45-56.
9.  Saravanan M, J Das, RC Misra, P Mohan, VN. Waghmare and KR Kranthi (2016). Genetic diversity analysis using SSR markers for desi cotton (G. arboreum) landraces collected from Arunachal Pradesh.Cotton Research Journal7 (2):91-96.
10.  Misra RC and G Das (2015). Ocimum kilimandscharicum Guerke (Lamiaceae): A new distributional record for peninsular India with focus on its economic potential. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,India, Section B: Biological Sciences.86 (4):795-803 (2016) DOI: 10.1007/s40011-015-0526-9
     
 
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Last Updated : 03/07/2020