Central Regional Centre, Allahabad
National Emblem Ministry of Environment and Forests

Dr S L Gupta

NAME : Dr. S.L. Gupta
DESIGNATION : Scientist-E
DATE OF BIRTH : 03.09.1954
FIELD OF STUDY : Phycology of wetlands with reference to Cyanobacteria
SPECIAL INTEREST : Pollution indicator taxa
PRESENTLY WORKING ON FAMILY / TRIBE / GENUS OR FLORA OF (AREA) : Cyanophyta
FAX : 0532-22501790532-2250179
PHONE : 0532-22501790532-2250179
E-MAIL : guptasl.2007@rediffmail.com drgupta_sl@yahoo.co.in

LIST OF PUBLICATION:

Publications in Foreign Journals:

  1. *RAI, A.K., A.K. KASHYAP AND S.L. GUPTA. ATP dependent uptake of nitrate in Nostoc muscorum and inhibition by ammonium ions. Biochimica Biophysica Acta. 674(1): 78-86. 1980.
  2. RAI, A.K. A.K. KASHYAP, S.L. GUPTA 1981. Nitrate regulation in Nostoc muscorum, In XIII Int. Bot. Cong., Sydney, Aug. 3-8.
  3. *KASHYAP, A.K. AND S.L. GUPTA. Pleiotropic behaviour of a cyanophage AS-1 resistant mutant. Molecular and General Genetics. 185: 365-366. 1982.
  4. KASHYAP, A.K. AND S.L. GUPTA. Effect of lethal copper concentrations on nitrate uptake, reduction and nitrate release in Anacystis nidulans. Z. Pflanzenphysiol. 107: 289-294.1982.
  5. *KASHYAP, A.K., S.L. GUPTA AND G. JOHAR. pH dependent uptake and reduction on nitrate in Nostoc calcicola. Z. Pflanzenphysiol. 106: 81-86.
  6. GUPTA, S.L. Acid and alkaline phosphatase activity in the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans under copper stress. Folia Microbiologica. 28(4): 458-462.
  7. GUPTA, S.L. Copper uptake and inhibition of growth, photosynthetic pigments and macromolecules in the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans. Photosynthetica. 20: 447-453. 1986.
  8. GUPTA, S.L. Interactive effect of nitrogen and copper on growth of cyanobacterium Microcystis. Bull. Environ Contam. Toxicol. 42: 270-275. 1987.
  9. *GUPTA, S.L. Copper inhibition of photosystem II activity in the cyanophage AS-1 resistant mutant. J. General Appl. Microbiol. 34: 1-5. 1988.
  10. *GUPTA, S.L. Interactive effects of triton x-100 and copper in natural population of the planktonic cyanobacterium Microcystis. Microbios Letters. 44: 15-18. 1990.
  11. GUPTA, S.L., B.D. SHARMA. Heavy metal monitoring in polluted areas of Hooghly estuary with special reference to cyanobacteria. Im: IV INTRN. CONG. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION, Barcelona., 1990.
  12. Indian Publications:

  13. KASHYAP, A.K. AND S.L. GUPTA. Toxic effect of copper sulphate on two blue-green algae. J. Sci. Res. 30: 97-104. 1980.
  14. *RAI, R., S.L. GUPTA. AND A.K. KASHYAP. Inhibition of growth, N2 fixation and succinate TTC reductase activity in Nostoc calcicola by sodium fluoride. Indian J. Microbiology. 20: 201-203. 1980. 
  15. KASHYAP A.K., S.L. GUPTA. Copper sulphate toxicity in some blue-green algae. In: VII Conf. Soc. Adv. Botany, Dehradun., 1980. 
  16. KASHYAP A.K., S.L. GUPTA. Inhibition of nutrient uptake and macromolecular synthesis by copper in unicellular cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans. In: Proc. 68 Indian Sci. Conf., Varanasi, pp. 138., 1981. 
  17. KASHYAP A.K., S.L. GUPTA. Inhibition of alkaline and acid phosphatase activity in cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans. In: Proc. III Conf. Soc. Advancement Botany, Chandigarh., 1981. 
  18. KASHYAP, A.K. AND S.L. GUPTA. Effect of dichlone on growth, macromolecular synthesis and photosynthetic pigments in blue-green algae. Acta Botanica Indica. 9: 265-271. 1981. 
  19. GUPTA, S.L. AND A.K. KASHYAP. Impact of copper on phosphate uptake in Anacystis nidulans and cyanophage AS-1 resistant mutant. Advances Biol. Res. 2(1): 37-40. 1984. 
  20. KASHYAP A.K., S.L. GUPTA. Induction of mutation in blue-green algae. CSIR 38(279)/78-EMR-II, pp. 1-29., 1982. 
  21. GUPTA S.L. Nitrate uptake by Nostoc calcicola at high pH. In: Proc. 69th Indian Science Congress, Mysore, pp. 34., 1982. 
  22. GUPTA S.L. Phosphate uptake in cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans exposed to lethal concentration of copper ions. In: Shukla AC (Ed.), All India Phycol. Cong., Kanpur. 1983.  
  23. GUPTA, S.L., A.K. KASHYAP AND A.P. SINGH. Responses of blue-green algae to copper; A comparative study. Indian J. Environ Health. 27(3): 224-229. 1985. 
  24. GUPTA, S.L. Influence of inorganic nitrogen nutrients on copper toxicity in the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans and cyanophage AS-1 resistant mutant. Bull. Bot. Survey India. 27: 142-144. 1987. 
  25. GUPTA, S.L. AND M.P. NAYAR. A reterospective look at viruses of waste water. Everyman’s Science. 30: 88-89. 1988. 
  26. GUPTA S.L. Water statistics and water quality. In: Management of Lake and Inland water bodies, Puri, pp. 10. (Nov. 24-26), 1988. 
  27. GUPTA S.L. Effect of N/P ratio on cyanobacterial growth. Man, Plant and City (Botanical Survey of India, Calcutta), pp. 14, (24-27 Jan.), 1989. 
  28. GUPTA S.L. Interactive effect of triton X-100 and copper in natural populations of Microcystis aeruginosa. In: Proc. 76th Indian Science Cong. Madurai, pp. 7., 1989. 
  29. GUPTA, S.L. A more realistic approach to assay the toxicity of natural water and its impact on productivity. J. Instt. Publ. Health Engin. 1990 (2): 20-23. 1990. 
  30. GUPTA, S.L. Effect of dichlone on Nostoc and V.A.M. Advances in Mycorrhizal Research (Eds. B.L Jalali and M. Chand), Haryana Agricultural Univ., Hisar. 184-185. 1990. 
  31. GUPTA S.L. Heavy Metal monitoring in polluted areas of hooghly estuary. In: Int. Conf. on Heavy Metals in Indian Environment, Aligarh. pp. 31. 
  32. GUPTA S.L. Impact of nitrogen nutrients and copper in a cyanobacterium. In: Int.: 77th Indian Science. Cong., Cochin. pp. 9., 1990. 
  33. GUPTA S.L. Impact of fluoride on growth and nitrogen fixation in a cyanobacterium growing in paddy soil. In: Wetland Ecology and Management, Bharatpur., 1990.  
  34. GUPTA, S.L. Heavy metal monitoring in some polluted areas of Hoogly estuary with reference to cyanobacteria. J. Instt. Publ. Health Engin. 1996(2): 54-57. 1996. 
  35. GUPTA, S.L. Biotechnology and sustainable development. Sustainable Development Strategy (Indian Context). (Eds. S.P. Shukla and N. Sharma). Mittal Publication, New Delhi. 147-152. 1996. 
  36. GUPTA, S.L. Notes on water statistics and water quality and approach for classification and management with reference to algae. J. Andman Sciences. 12(1-2): 53-55. 1996. 
  37. RAO, P.S.N. AND S.L. GUPTA. Fresh water algae. In: Floristic Diversity and Conservation Strategies-Cryptogams and Gymnosperm. (Eds. V. Mudgal and P.K. Hajra), Vol. 1, 47-61, BSI, Kolkata. 1997. 
  38. GUPTA, S.L. Cyanobacteria as an eco-friendly biofertilizer. Arunachal Times. 9(91): 2. 1997. 
  39. GUPTA, S.L. Role of biotechnology and biodiversity in achieving sustainable development (microbial context). Arunachal Forest News. 15(1-2): 37-39. 1997. 
  40. GUPTA, S.L. AND S.P. SINGH. “Jal Shakti” – A solution for moisture retention in Himalayas. Himalayan Paryavaran. 5: 85-86. 1997. 
  41. GUPTA, S.L. Prospects of algal biodiversity and biotechnological inputs in North Eastern States. Bionotes. (1): 14-15. 1997. 
  42. GUPTA, S.L. Algal biotechnology – a step towards environmental conservation. Arunachal Times. 10(42): 2. 1998. 
  43. GUPTA S.L. Ethno-medico-botanical diversity in and around capital complex of Arunachal Pradesh. In: Biodiversity Conservation and Evolution of Plant, Allahabad, pp. 67., 1997. 
  44. GUPTA S.L. AND S.P. SINGH. Affinity of pollution indicator cyanobacteria in North East. In: Waters for drinking and domestic uses and Waters of North East India DRL, pp. 35., 1997. 
  45. GUPTA S.L. AND S.P. SINGH. Aquatic plants of North Eastern States and their potential in Human health. Tribal Medicines of North Eastern States. DRL Tejpur, pp. 33., 1998. 
  46. GUPTA S.L. Listing of medicinally important plant species utilized by tribal population of north eastern states. In: Tribal Medicines of North Eastern States. DRL Tejpur, pp.5., 1998. 
  47. GUPTA S.L. Algal Diversity in Eastern India with reference to Cyanobacteria. In: Proc. Mountain Meet, Rishikesh. pp. 3., 1998. 
  48. GUPTA S.L. Study of algal biodiversity: A new hope for future. In: Proc. Ethnobiology and conservation of Cultural and Biological diversity, Rewa. pp. 15., 2000. 
  49. GUPTA S.L. AND R.D. DIXIT. Some Ethnobotanical plants used by tribal population of capital territory of Arunachal Pradesh. Ibid. pp. 14., 2000.  
  50. GUPTA, S.L. Impact of nutrient enrichment on unicellular cyanobacterium Microcystis. Bull. Bot. Surv. India. 38(1-4): 5-7. 1996 (2000). 
  51. GUPTA S.L. Heavy metal removal from waste water by algae. In: VI Global Conf. on Environmental Education (6-10 Nov.) New Delhi, pp. 39. 2001. 
  52. GUPTA S.L. Algal diversity in Ganges river. In: 94 Indian Science Congress Lucknow, pp. 59., 2002. 
  53. GUPTA S.L. Conservation of algal diversity in India. In: 2nd International Conference Plants and Environ Pollution (ICPEP-2) Lucknow, pp. 17., 2002. 
  54. GUPTA S.L. Impact of computer aided Algal Taxonomy. In: National Seminar on Plant Taxonomy in National Development Goa, pp. 50., 2002. 
  55. GUPTA S.L. Floristic Diversity of Uttar Pradesh (Sensu-stricto) (Capparaceae to Bixaceae). In: Proc. Science and Ethics of Environmental Care and Sustainability, Allahabad pp. 6., 2002. 
  56. GUPTA S.L. Cyanobacterial Diversity in some selected District in North Eastern Himalaya. In: Proc. Science and Ethics of Environmental Care and Sustainability, Allahabad pp. 7., 2002. 
  57. GUPTA, S.L. Cyanobacterial Diversity Survey in India with reference to Conservation. Science and Ethics of Environmental Care and Sustainability, (Ed. A. Kumar) Vol. I; 38-47. 2002. 
  58. GUPTA, S.L. Environmental Assessment: A Multidimensional Approach for Biodiversity Conservation and Management. Science and Ethics of Environmental Care and Sustainability (Ed. A. Kumar) Vol. I; 140-145. 2002. 
  59. GUPTA, S.L. Heavy Metal removal from Waste Water by Cyanobacteria (Algae). Environmental Education and Sustainable Development in the New Millennium (Eds. Deshbandhu and Reena Ahuja), Indian Environmental Society, New Delhi, 359-262. 2003. 
  60. GUPTA, S.L. Concept of Biodiversity with respect to Algal Flora; Past and Present. Science and Ethics of Environmental Care and Sustainability, (Ed. A. Kumar) Vol.II, 145-159. 2003. 
  61. GUPTA S.L. Algal Diversity in North-Eastern states with Biotechnological inputs. In: National Symposium on Recent trends in Plant Sciences, October 29-31, Anantpur, pp.43., 2004. 
  62. GUPTA S.L. Ameliorating effects of ATP on Copper Toxicity in Cyanobacterium. In: 97th Indian Science Congress Ahmedabad p. 4. January 3-8, 2005. 
  63. GUPTA, S.L. Checklist of Algae in the Waste Water. Sustainable Water Management. (Ed. A. Kumar) Vol. I, 219-222. 2005. 
  64. GUPTA, S.L. Water – A wonder molecule, Sustainable Water Management. (Ed. A. Kumar) Vol. I, 293-298. 2006. 
  65. GUPTA, S.L. Cyanobacterial diversity in Upper Lake, Bhopal during rainy season. Botanica. (Eds. H.P. Pandey and S.K. Chauhan), Sharda Pustak Bhawan, Allahabad 1: 35-38. 2007. 
  66. GUPTA S.L. Bioinformatics and algal taxonomy. In: Proc. National Symposium on Recent Advances in Phycology: From Molecules to Ecosystems, Chandigarh, p. 26-27., 2007. 
  67. GUPTA S.L. Cyanobacteria in plant and human health. BOTANICA. 204. 2007. 
  68. GUPTA S.L. Comparative Analysis of Algal Diversity in Wetlands of India. In: Proc. National Seminar on Phycology; Basic to applied, Punjabi University, Patiala. pp. 51., 2009. 
  69. Gupta, S.L. 2009. Algal diversity in the waste water (Upper lake). J. Non Timber Forest Products 16(1): 41-43. 
  70. Gupta, S.L. 2009. Checklist of Cyanobacteria-I Pleurocapsales. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 33(2): 324-327.  
  71. Gupta, S.L. 2009. Algal (Cyanobacterial) diversity study in North-Eastern states with respect to survey and biotechnological inputs. In: Emerging Trends in Biological Sciences (Ed. T. Pullaiah), Daya Publishing House, New Delhi. pp. 84-89. 
  72. Gupta, S.L. 2009. Role of photosynthetic microbes in combating global warming. In: Global Warming and Role of Environmental Education in Technical Institutions and Industries. Apex Institute of Technology, Rampur, 16th April 2009, pp. 13. 
  73. Gupta, S.L. 2009. Intellectual property right: Future prospect. In: IPR Biodiversity to biotechnology vis-à-vis traditional knowledge. Oct. 22-24, 2009. 
  74. Melkania, N.P. and S.L. Gupta. 2010. Floral Diversity of Bamboo and Rattan in North East India. Biodiversity to Bio-technology: Intellectual Property Right. (Ed. A. Kumar), Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, p.p. 232-239. 
  75. Melkania, N.P. and S.L. Gupta. 2010. Bio resource ecology of agro-forestry system on degraded lands and prospects for their sustainability. Intellectual Property Right: From Traditional knowledge to Modern Biology. (Ed. A. Kumar and G. Das), Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi., p.p. 203-210. 
  76. Singh, K.P., Gupta, S.L. 2010. Brochure of Central Regional Centre, Botanical Survey of India, Allahabad. (bilingual) 

 

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