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

DR Mrs ARTI GARG

NAME : DR. (Mrs.) ARTI GARG
DESIGNATION : Scientist - C
DATE OF BIRTH : 02-09.1965
FIELD OF STUDY : Taxonomy and Biodiversity, Palynology, Reproductive Biology
SPECIAL INTEREST : Palynology, Angiosperm Systematics. PRESENTLY WORKING ON FAMILY / TRIBE / GENUS OR FLORA OF (AREA) : Floral Diversity of Upper Ganga Ramsar Site, Uttar Pradesh
FAX : 0532-22501790532-2250179
PHONE : 0532-22501790532-2250179/2441192
E-MAIL : kad_arti396@yahoo.com

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:

BOOKS : 2

  1. Garg, A. 2006. Bee Botany of Bhimtal in Western Himalayas. Melissopalynological analysis. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Canaught place, Dehradun, Uttaranchal.Husain, T.,
  2. Garg, A. and Agnihotri, P. 2010. Genus Pedicularis L. (Scrophulariaceae) in India (A revisionary study) Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Canaught place, Dehradun, Uttaranchal.

BOOK CAHPTERS : 3

  1. Garg, A. 2011. The implications of Palynological Studies in Taxonomy. In Workshop on Methods and Approaches in Plant Systematics.5th to 14th Dec. 2011. Pg. 269-287. CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow.
  2. Joshi, B.; Garg, A. and Tiwari, A.P. 2012. Plant Growth response to climate change at elevated levels of Atmospheric CO2. In. Emerging Environmental Challenges and Solution Imperatives. eds. H.P. Pandey and A.S. Singh. Raj Graphics 19/13, University Rd. Allahabad, U.P., India.
  3. Garg, A. and Sachan, S. 2014. Palynology and techniques of pollen preparation. In, Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics – Classical and modern Methods, eds. Rana T. S., Nair, K. N. and Upreti, D.K., New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi.

RESEARCH PAPERS IN JOURNALS : 81

  1. Agarwal, A.; Nigam, S.K. and Nair, P.K.K. 1986. A preliminary study on the chemical analysis of the pollen grain of Acacia auriculaeformis A. Cunn. (Mimosaceae) Journal of Palynology 22 : 103 - 104.
  2. Agarwal, A.; Nigam, S.K. and Nair, P.K.K. 1986. Chemurgy of pollen from Acacia auriculaeformis A. Cunn. (Mimosaceae) Jour. of Palynology 22 : 147 - 152.
  3. Agarwal, A. and Nair, P.K.K. 1989. Free and protein bound amino acids of pollen of Acacia auriculaeformis A. Cunn. (Mimosaceae). Grana 28 : 155 - 157. (5 year Impact factor – 1.034)
  4. Garg, A. and Nair, P.K.K. 1993. Honey bee pollen load as a bioindicator of bee pastuage in India. Jour. of Palynology 29 : 87 - 107.
  5. Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1994. Can Eremostachys superba be saved from extinction. Current Science 67 (2): 80 - 81.
  6. Rajeshwari, S.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1994. An undescribed Saccharum (Poaceae) from Northeast Himalaya, India. SIDA 16 (1) : 33 - 36.
  7. Rajeshwari, S.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1994. A new species of Poa L. (Poaceae) from Ladakh, India. Jour. of Japanese Botany 69 : 157 - 161.
  8. Pant, P.C.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1994. Anaphalis kashmiriana P.C. Pant, R.R. Rao et Arti, A new species of compositae from Kashmir, India. Jour. of Japanese Botany 69 : 258 – 261.
  9. Garg, A. and Nair, P.K.K. 1994. Seasonal analysis of Honey bee pollen loads from temperate zone in Kumaon Himalaya in Uttar Pradesh, India. 1. Spring season loads from Bhimtal area. Jour. of Palynology 30 : 1 - 34.
  10. T.Husain, B. Datt, Arti Garg and R.R. Rao. 1995. Berberis sanei Husain et. al. (Berberidaceae) a new species from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Bull. Mus. Natl. History Nat. Paris - Adansonia 17 (1-2) : 69 - 73. (IF : 0.572)
  11. Rajeshwari, S.; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1995. Agrostis musjidii S. Rajeshwari, R.R. Rao et Arti (Poaceae). A new species from Jammu and Kashmir in India. The Jour. Of the Ind. Botanical Soc. 74 : 333 - 334.
  12. Garg, A. 1995. Palynocontents of bee-collected pollen loads of Autumn season from Bhimtal, India. TAIWANIA 41 (3) : 167 - 177.
  13. Rao, R.R. ; T.S. Rana ; Bhaskar Datt and Garg, A. 1995-96. Identifying rare, endangered and endemic species - The Indian scene. Jour. of Mysore Univ., Section B: Sci. Jour. Vol. 34 : 1 - 11.
  14. Garg, A. and Rao, R.R. 1996. Pollination ecology of endangered Eremostachys superba (Labiatae). TAIWANIA 41 (4) : 309 - 321.
  15. Garg. A. 1997. Apiculture and its role in economy - A case study from Bhimtal. J.E.T.B. 21 (1) : 53 - 65.
  16. Garg. A. 1997. Palynotaxonomic studies in two species of Nymphoides. J.E.T.B. 21 (1) : 151 - 154.
  17. Garg, A. and Rao, R.R. 1997. Anthecological relationship between Eremostachys superba and its pollinator. TAIWANIA 42 (2) : 99 - 103.
  18. Garg, A. and Rao, R.R. 1997. Observations on the reproductive biology of endangered Eremostachys superba (Labiatae). Proceedings of Ind. Nat. Sci. Acad. B 63 (142) : 79 - 88.
  19. Garg, A.; T. Husain and Rao, R.R. 1997. Palynological evidence supporting the identity of two taxa of Berberis (Berberidaceae) from Tibet. SIDA 17 (3) : 575 – 578.
  20. Garg, A. and Rao, R.R. 1997. Pollen limitation in endangered Eremostachys superba.TAIWANIA. 42 (4) : 307 – 315.
  21. Garg, A. 1998. Ageratum conyzoides L. an important bee forage plant in Kumaon regions, Uttar Pradesh. Geophytology 26 (2) : 83 – 87.
  22. T. Husain, ; Rao, R.R. and Garg, A. 1998. Berberis lycium complex in India. Feddes Reper. 109 (1998) 5-6 : 385 – 392.
  23. Rao, R.R., T. Husain, B. Dutt and Garg, A. 1998. Revision of the family Berberidaceae of India-I. Rheedea. 8(1) : 1-66.
  24. Rao, R.R., T. Husain, B. Dutt and Garg, A. 1998. Revision of the family Berberidaceae of the Indian Region-II. Rheedea 8(2) 109-143.
  25. Rao, R.R., T. Husain, B. Dutt and Garg, A. 1999. Palynology of Berberis in relation to Taxonomy. Rheedea. 9(2): 115-146.
  26. Garg, A and Husain, T. 2002. Pedicularis (Scrophulariaceae)- An underinvestigated genus of botanically curious plants. Current Science : 83 (2):10-11
  27. T. Husain and Garg, A.. 2002. The sanctity of Pedicularis bicornuta Kl. ex Kl. and Garcke (Scrophulariaceae) in the Indian cold desearts of Lahaul-Spiti. Current Science 83(8): 929-930
  28. Garg, A. and Rao, R.R. 2002. Scanning Electron Microscopic Investigation of the Glandular hairs of Eremostachys superba flowers. Phytomorphology 52(2 and 3):161-166.
  29. Husain, T. and Arti Garg. 2003. Pedicularis gracilis Wall. ex Benth.(Scrophulariaceae) complex in the Himalayas – A Taxonomic Reinvestigation.Taiwania 48 (1) : 46-52
  30. Husain, T. and Garg, Arti. 2003. A new species of Pedicularis (Scrophulariaceae) from Spiti valley, Himachal Pradesh, India. J. Jap. Bot. Vol 78 (3) : 162-166
  31. Husain, T. and Garg, A. 2003. A new subspecies of Pedicularis zeylanica (Scrophulariaceae) from Western Ghats of south India. Systematics and Biodiversity vol 1 (2): 173-175. (new name for Bull. Natl. Hist. Mus. Nat.).
  32. T. Husain and Garg, A. 2003. Critical comments on Pedicularis gracilis Wall. ex Benth. Complex. Taiwana 48(3): 194-196.
  33. Garg, A. and Husain, T. 2003. Strategies adopted by the alpine genus Pedicularis L. (Scrophulariaceae) to overcome environmental stress. Current Science 85: 1413-1414.
  34. T. Husain and Garg, A. 2004. Trachycarpus takil Becc. is not a ‘rare’ palm. Current Science 86(5): 633-634.
  35. T. Husain and Garg, A. 2004. Secondary succession in the buffer zone of Corbett Tiger reserve, Uttaranchal. Current Science. 87 (4): 417 – 418.
  36. T. Husain, Garg, A. and P. Agnihotri. 2004. Yumthang: less-known valley of flowers in Sikkim Himalaya. Current Science 87(9): 1166.
  37. Garg, A. 2004. Reproductive Behaviour and Inbreeding depression in endangered Eremostachys superba Royle ex Benth. (Labiatae) in Dehra Dun population, India.TAIWANIA 49(4): 237-249.
  38. T. Husain and A. Garg. 2006. Lectotypification of Pedicularis roylei var. speciosa (Scrophulariaceae) and differentiation from the type variety. Edinb. Journ. Bot. 62(1 and 2): 93-94.
  39. Husain, T. ; Garg, A.; Agnihotri, P. and Mill, R.R. 2006. A revision of Pedicularis series Curvipes (Prain) Hurus. (Orobanchaceae). Edinb. Journ. Bot. 63(1): 49-65.
  40. Garg, A. 2006. Hippolyita gossypina and ---New records on Two taxa of Asteraceae from West Bengal. Rheedea. Vol 16: 69-70.
  41. Garg, A.2007. Palynology in India: What is the future? Current Science 93(5) : 593-594
  42. Garg, A. 2007. New records of Asteraceae for West Bengal. Phytotaxonomy 7: 38-43.
  43. Garg, A. and Gupta, R.K. 2008. Madak paudha “Cannabis sativa” ke prati jagrookta. Vanaspati Vani 17: 86-89 (in Hindi)
  44. Garg, A. 2009. Pollen – The underestimated treasure of Taxonomists. Current Science 96 (2). 202 – 203.
  45. Garg, A. 2009. Critical Taxonomic Appraisal of Some Taxa of Pedicularis L. From Indian Himalayas Belonging to Section Siphonanthae Taiwania 54(2): 122-133.
  46. Garg, A. 2009. Plant identification. Current Science 97(2): 131.
  47. Garg, A. 2009.An insight into Pedicularis cheilanthifolia Schrenk Complex (Scrophulariaceae). Taiwania : 54(3): 266-272.
  48. Garg, A. and Sachin, S. Pedicularis vansh ka Vishisht Anukoolan vu Uttar Jivita.Vanaspati Vani: 18: 104-105. 2009.
  49. Garg, A. and Husain, T. 2009. Impact of microhabitat on different species of Pedicularis L. in Himachal Pradesh: JETB 33.(4): 947-951.
  50. Garg, A. 2009. Blumea lanceolaria (Roxb.) Druce var spectabilis (DC.) Randeria(Family: Asteraceae): a new record from West Bengal with taxonomic notes.JETB 33.(4): 811-813.
  51. Garg, A. 2008. New Records of Asteraceae for West Bengal. BOBSI 50: 101-104.
  52. Garg, A. and Husain, T. 2010. Sikkim Himalaya, the Megadiversity centre of Pedicularis in India. Taiwania 55(2): 186-191
  53. Garg, A. 2010 Nomenclatural Priority; about a new combination of Pedicularis cheilanthifolia var purpurea Taiwania 55(2): 195-196
  54. Garg, A. 2010. Micromorphological key of the leaf epidermal features of Berberis L. Taxa JETB. 43(2): 415-418.
  55. Garg, A. 2010. Adaptive responses underpinning speciation in Pedicularis L.(Scrophulariaceae) Current Science 99(6): 733-736. 2010.
  56. Garg, A. 2010. Relevance of voucher specimens in palynological publications. Current Science 99(8): 996
  57. Sachan, S. and Garg, A. 2010. Vanaspatiyo ke Adhyatmik Sandesh. Vanaspati Vani. 19: 157- 158.
  58. Garg, A. 2010. Vigilance awareness in Science. Current Science 99 (11): 1494
  59. Garg, A. 2010. Invasive alien weed in India, Parthenium hysterophorus L. – Problems and Remedies. J. Non-timebr Forest products. 17(1): 81-83
  60. Garg, A. and Sachan, S. 2010. Forensic studies using a Pollen assay. Current Science 99 (10): 1305.
  61. Garg, A. and Rogers, Zachary, S. 2011. A Palynological investigation of Daphne papyracea and Daphne bholua (Thymelaeaceae) in India. J. Botanical Res. Inst. Texas 5 (2): 635-641.
  62. Garg, A. and Sachan, S. 2012. The Rare Branched Palm, Hyphaene thaibeca (L.) Mart. in an unusual site of India. Ind. J. Fundamental and Applied Life Sciences 2: 246-249.
  63. Garg, A. and Singh, P. 2012. Jatamansi ke aushadhiya upyog avam sanrakshan niti. Vanaspati Vani 21: 85-86.
  64. Garg, A. 2012. A new site for rare succulent Kleinia grandiflora (Asteraceae) in India. Indian Journal of Forestry. 35(4): 491-492.
  65. Garg, A. and Singh, V. 2013. Mandu Sacred Grove in Upper Ganga Ramsar Site, Uttar Pradesh. Current Science 104 (4): 409-10.
  66. Garg, A. 2013. Typology of Sacred Groves and their discrimination from Sacred Sites. Current Science 104 (5): 596-99 (Also summarised on page 566 ‘In this issue’.
  67. Garg, A. 2013. Aroma in Origanum vulgare – a useful criterion for delimitation of taxa. Internatl. J. Adv. life sciences Applied Res. 1: 1-3.
  68. Singh R. Kr. and Garg, A. 2013. Denuded type locality of endangered grass Isachne mysorensis Sundararagh.- its reoccurrence in western Karnataka. Current Science 104 (8): 995-996.
  69. Singh R. Kr., Garg, A. and Diwakar, P. G. 2013. Discovery of Manmanhara, the largest flattened plateau of Karnataka and second largest in India. Current Science 105 (1): 12-13.
  70. R.Kr.Singh, Arti Garg and P.G. Diwakar. 2013. Cryptocoryne cognata Schott and Rotala ritchiei (C.B.Clarke) Koehne - the critically endangered aquatic herbs on verge of extinction. Current Science 105(4): 437-438.
  71. Arti Garg, R.Kr.Singh, S. L. Gupta, Singh, V. and Y. Siddiqui. 2013. Gangetic Dolphins plead for mercy. Current Science 105 (7): 887-888
  72. Garg, A. and Singh, V. 2013. Siddhwari Sacred Grove in Upper Ganga Ramsar Site of Uttar Pradesh. Current Science 105 (8): 1039-1040.
  73. Arti Garg and R. Kr. Singh. 2013. Additions to the flora of West-Bengal from Darjeeling district. Indian J. Forestry. 36(3): 363-364.
  74. Garg, A. and Singh, P. 2013. Nawabgunj Pakshi Abhyaranya ki Vanaspatik Vividhta Vanaspati Vani 22: 12-14. (In Hindi)
  75. Garg, A. and Singh, V.K. 2013. Upari Ganga Ramsar Site (Brij Ghat se Narora) Ke Kuch Mahatvapurna Aushadhiya Paudhe. Vanaspati Vani 22: 87-89. (In Hindi)
  76. Singh R. Kr. and Garg, A. 2014. The translocated Kurdi Angod sacred site – a conservatory of RET plants of Western Ghats. Current Science 106 (1): 11-12.
  77. Garg, A. and Joshi, B. 2013. The alien invasive species of Nawabgunj Bird Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh and their impact on the wetland ecosystem. Indian J.Forestry. 36(4): 517-522.
  78. Joshi, B.; Garg, A.; Sikarwar, RLS and Tiwari, AP. 2014. The altered output of Aloe vera (L.) Burm. f. crop under differential water stress conditions. J. Natural Remedies. 14(1): 112-118.
  79. Garg, A. 2014. Are pollen herbaria redundant? Their utility in botanical studies. Curr. Sci. 106 (8): 1049-50.
  80. Garg, A. and Joshi, B. 2014. Climate Change, Tree Canopy and Aquifer influence on wetland habitat. J. non-timber Forest products. 21(1): 53-62.
  81. Garg, A. and Joshi, B. 2014. Shahad – ek moolyavan khadya samagri. Vigyan Pragati (Vishv prakriti sanrakshan divas par vishesh). July 2014. 54-57. Hindi article
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