Dr. Pranusha Pulivendula

ICAR-NBPGR RS, Hyderabad
Plant Physiology
+91 7981053597
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Salient Achievements:
  • Contributed to the Characterization and Morpho-Physiological evaluation of agri horticultural such as finger millet, green gram, brinjal, tomato and chillies and other crops and identified promising lines.
  • Life Member of Indian Journal of Plant Physiology
  • Young Scientist Award-2012 by Society of Plant Physiology, New Delhi on 13th December 2012 for significant contribution in the field of Plant Physiology
Recent Publications Research Papers
1.  Kaur V, SK Yadav, DP Wankhede, P Pulivendula, A Kumar and V Chinnusamy (2020). Cloning and characterization of a gene encoding MIZ1, a domain of unknown function protein and its role in salt and drought stress in rice.Protoplasma257:475–487.
2.  Pranusha P, Raja Rajeswari V, Talwar HS, Latha P and Ganapathy KN (2018). Response of finger millet genotypes for leaf area, total dry matter, harvest index and yield under moisture stress condition.Andhra Pradesh J Agril. Sci :4(4):223-226, 2018.
3.  Sivaraj N, M Elangovan, V Kamala, SR Pandravada, P Pranusha and SK Chakrabarty (2016). maximum entropy (maxent) approach to sorghum landraces distribution modeling.Indian J. Pl. Genet. Resour.29:16-21.
4.  Kaur V, P. Pulivendula and A Kumari (2016). Excised leaf water loss in wheat (Triticum aestivumL.) as affected by short periods of heat and water-deficit treatment followed by recovery.Wheat Inf. Serv.127.
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Last Updated : 03/09/2022