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  Plant Pathology Journal publishes original articles, reviews/mini-reviews, short communications and disease notes in the area of plant pathology. Scope of the journal covers the research articles related to mycology, virology, bacteriology, nematology, seed pathology, plant disease epidemiology, physiological plant pathology, plant-parasite interactions, post harvest diseases, non-infectious diseases and plant protection, molecular biology and biochemistry.

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Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1993. Broadening of host range infectivity in cowpea miscellany Rhizobium by protoplast fusion. Ind. J. Expt. Biol., 31: 521-528.
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Ahlawat, O.P., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1992. Frequency of bacteriocin production among native strains of chickpea. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of AMI, Nov. 5-7, Goa University, Goa, pp: 32-32.
Bala, I., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1994. Role of dissimilatory nitrate metabolism in symbiotic nitrogen fixation in Sesbania. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of AMI, Feb. 9-10, PAU, Ludhiana, pp: 119-120.
Batra, R., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1984. Possible location of Hup, nod and nif genes in Vigna rhizobia. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of Association of Microbiologists of India, Dec. 7-9, GB Pant University, Pantnagar, pp: 7-7.
Brewin, N., E.A. Wood, D.J. Bradley, S.C. Harding and S.S. Sindhu et al., 1988. The Use of Monoclonal Antibodies to Study Plant-Microbe Interactions in the Pea Nodule. In: Nitrogen Fixation: Hundered Years After, Bothe, H., F.J. de Bruijn and W.E. Newton (Eds.). Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, New York, pp: 517.
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Brewin, N.J., A.L. Rae, S. Perotto, J.P. Knox and K. Roberts et al., 1990. Immunological Dissection of the Plant-Microbe Interface in Pea Nodules. In: Nitrogen Fixation: Achievements and Objectives, Gresshoff, P.M., L.E. Roth, G. Stacey and W.E. Newton (Eds.). Chapman and Hall, New York, London, pp: 227.
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Chaudhary, D. and S.S. Sindhu, 2015. Inducing salinity tolerance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) by inoculation of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid deaminase containing Mesorhizobium strains. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 9: 117-124.
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Chaudhary, D., N. Narula, S.S. Sindhu and R.K. Behl, 2013. Plant growth stimulation of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) by inoculation of salinity tolerant Azotobacter strains. Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants, 19: 515-519.
Dadarwal, K.R. and S.S. Sindhu, 1986. Reconstituted cowpea miscellany Rhizobium strains for infection and nodulation. Proceedings of the National Symposium on the Current Status of Biological Nitrogen Fixation Research, (CSBNFR'86), Haryana Agricultural University, pp: 26-27.
Dadarwal, K.R. and S.S. Sindhu, 1986. Uptake hydrogenase H2 losses and effectivity of Hup+ Rhizobium strains nodulating grain and fodder legumes in India. Proceedngs of the 8th Australian Nitrogen Fixation Conference, (ANFC'86), Adelaide 86, AIAS Occasional Pub. No. 25, pp: 169-170.
Dadarwal, K.R. and S.S. Sindhu, 1988. Significance of Uptake Hydrogenase in legume-Rhizobium Symbiosis. In: Advances in Frontier Area of Plant Biochemistry. Singh, R. and S.K. Sawhney (Eds.). Prentice Hall, New Delhi, pp: 178-183.
Dadarwal, K.R., A.K. Goel and S.S. Sindhu, 2000. Use of Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria in sustainable agriculture. In: Microbes in Integrated Nutient Management, Lakshminarayana, K., R.C. Anand and R.K. Patel (Eds.). Academy of Agricultural Research and Education Management, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 13-22.
Dadarwal, K.R., K.S. Yadav and S.S. Sindhu, 1997. Biofertilizer Production Technology: Prospects. In: Biotechnological Approaches in Soil Microorganisms for Sustainable Crop Production, Dadarwal K.R. (Ed.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 323-337.
Dadarwal, K.R., S.K. Gupta, N. Grover, O.P. Ahlawat and S.S. Sindhu, 1992. Isolation of bacterial strains for biological control of insect-pests. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of AMI, Nov. 5-7, Goa University, Goa, pp: 53-53.
Dadarwal, K.R., S.S. Sindhu and H.R. Sharma, 1987. Rhizobium strains expressing uptake hydrogenase in different host species of cowpea miscellany. J. Biosci., 12: 103-109.
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Dadarwal, K.R., S.S. Sindhu and R. Batra, 1985. Ecology of Hup+ Rhizobium strains of cowpea miscellany: Native frequency and competence. Arch. Microbiol., 141: 255-259.
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Dadarwal, K.R., S.S. Sindhu and R. Grover, 1983. Protoplast preparations in Azospirillum and Rhizobium. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, Nov. 12-14, Osmania University, pp: 5-5.
Dadarwal, K.R., S.S. Sindhu and R.P. Garg, 1987. Effect of curing on genes controlling antibiotic resistance and symbiosis in cowpea mis-cellany rhizobia. Indian J. Microbiol., 27: 16-21.
Dadarwal, K.R., S.S. Sindhu, R. Batra and B.S. Dahiya, 1984. Effect of host variety and temperature on relative efficiency in chickpea. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (AMI'84), GB Pant University, Pantnagar, pp: 7-7.
Dadarwal, K.R., S.S. Sindhu, R. Batra and B.S. Dahiya, 1984. Frequency of Hup+ and Hup- Rhizobium strains in native ecosystem infecting cowpea miscellany hosts. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Society for Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, (SPPB'84), HAU, Hisar, pp: 27-27.
Dadarwal, K.R., S.S. Sindhu, R.P. Garg and K.S. Yadav, 1989. Anaerobic respiration by cowpea miscellany rhizobia using oxidized nitrogen and sulfur compounds. Indian J. Microbiol., 29: 287-291.
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Dhillon, S., S.S. Sindhu and P. Kharb, 2006. Applications of Biotechnology in Food Processing for Value Addition. In: Value Addition of Food Products for Improving Quality of Life, Dahiya, S., S. Sehgal, A. Kwatra and R.K. Patel (Eds.). Academy of Agricultural Research and Management, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 123-135.
Garg, F.C., R.P. Garg, K. Kukreja, S.S. Sindhu and P. Tauro, 1985. Host-dependent expression of uptake hydrogenase in cowpea rhizobia. J. Gen. Microbiol., 131: 93-96.
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Garg, R.P., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1986. Uptake hydrogenase has no significance in effectivity and competence in cowpea miscellany rhizobia. Proceedings of the 8th Australian Nitrogen Fixation Conference, (ANFC'86), Adelaide 86, AIAS Occasional Pub. No. 25, pp: 167-168.
Goel, A., S. Sindhu and K. Dadarwal, 1997. Nodule competence between bacteriocin producing effective and ineffective Rhizobium strains of Vigna. Indian J. Microbiol., 37: 51-52.
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Goel, A., S. Sindhu and K. Dadarwal, 2002. Stimulation of nodulation and plant growth of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) by Pseudomonas spp. antagonistic to fungal pathogens. Biol. Fertil. Soils, 36: 391-396.
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Goel, A., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1996. Bacteriocin production and nodule competence of Rhizobium sp. Vigna. Proceedings of the Symposium on Plant Biotechnology and Development, (SPBD'96), HAU, Hisar, pp: 67-67.
Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1999. Bacteriocin-producing native rhizobia of green gram (Vigna radiata) having competitive advantage in nodule occupancy. Microbiol. Res., 154: 43-48.
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Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2000. Application of Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria as Inoculants of Cereals and Legumes. In: Recent Advances in Biofertilizer Technology, Yadav, A.K., S.R. Chaudhuri and M.R. Motsara (Eds.). Society for Promotion and Utilization of Resources and Technology, New Delhi, pp: 207-256.
Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2000. Characterization of antifungal and root stimulating metabolites from a flourescent Pseudomonas strain. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (ACAMI'00), CIFA, Kausalyaganga, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, pp: 14-14.
Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2000. Fluorescent pigment defective mutants of Pseudomonas sp: Effect on fungal growth inhibition, seedling emergence and growth of chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (ACAMI'00), CIFA, Kausalyaganga, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, pp: 13-13.
Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2000. Pigment diverse mutants of Pseudomonas sp.: Inhibition of fungal growth and stimulation of growth of Cicer arietinum. Biol. Plant., 43: 563-569.
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Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Green house studies on growth promotion of chickpea inoculated with Pseudomonas sp. antagonistic to fungal pathogens. Proceedings of the 1st Conference of Biotechnology Society of India, (CBSI'01), Biotechcon, University of Delhi, Delhi, pp: 14-14.
Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Seed bacterization with flourescent Pseudomonas enhances the synthesis of flavonoid-like compounds in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants, 6: 195-198.
Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Seed bacterization with fluorescent Pseudomonas enhances the synthesis of flavonoid-like compounds in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plant, 7: 195-198.
Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Symbiotic effectiveness of bacteriocin producing and non-producing strains of Rhizobium in green gram (Vigna radiata). Indian J. Exp. Biol., 39: 821-823.
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Goel, A.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2006. Production and partial characterization of antifungal and root growth stimulating metabolites from Pseudomonas sp. Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants, 12: 201-205.
Gupta, S.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1994. Coinoculation of green gram by cowpea miscellany rhizobia and rhizobacteria and its effect on nodulation and plant growth. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of AMI, Feb. 9-10, PAU, Ludhiana, pp: 126-127.
Gupta, S.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1996. Interaction of Green Gram (Vigna radiate L.) Rhizosphere Bacteria with Cowpea Miscellany Rhizobia and Effect of Coinoculation on Nodulation and Plant Growth. In: Perspectives in Microbiology, Kahlon, R.S. (Ed.). National Agriculture Technology Information Service Publishers, Ludhiana, pp: 154-161.
Gupta, S.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1996. Interaction of green gram (Vigna radiata L.) rhizosphere bacteria with cowpea miscellany rhizobia and effect of coinoculation on nodulation and plant growth. Proceedings of the 34th AMI Annual Conference, (AMIAC'96), National Agriculture Technology Information Service Pub. Ludhiana, pp: 154-161.
Kannenberg, E.L., S.S. Sindhu and N.J. Brewin, 1988. Correlation between Rhizobium Lipopolysaccharide structure and the ability to grow under calcium stress. In: Nitrogen fixation: Hundered years after. Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Triple-Bond Nitrogen Fixation, March, 13-20, Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, New York, pp: 476-476.
Khandelwal, A. and S.S. Sindhu, 2013. ACC deaminase containing rhizobacteria enhances nodulation and plant growth in clusterbean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L.). J. Microbiol. Res., 3: 117-123.
Kumari, A., R.K. Goyal, S.K. Sehrawat, M. Choudhary and S.S. Sindhu, 2014. Growth, yield and quality of chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat.) cv. dolly orange as influenced by biofertilizers in combination with phosphorous. Int. J. Agric. Environ. Biotechnol., 7: 555-564.
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Lakshminarayana, K., B. Shukla, S. S. Sindhu, P. Kumari, N. Narula and R.K. Sheoran, 2000. Analogue-resistant mutants of Azotobacter chroococcum derepressed for nitrogenase activity and early ammonia excretion having potential as inoculants for cereal crops. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 38: 373-378.
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Malik, D.K. and S.S. Sindhu, 2008. Transposon-derived mutants of Pseudomonas strains altered in indole acetic acid production: Effect on nodulation and plant growth in green gram (Vigna radiata L.). Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants, 14: 315-320.
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Malik, D.K. and S.S. Sindhu, 2011. Production of indole acetic acid by Pseudomonas sp.: Effect of coinoculation with Mesorhizobium sp. Cicer on nodulation and plant growth of chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Physiol.. Mol. Biol. Plants, 17: 25-32.
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Malik, D.K., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2002. Coinoculation of green gram (Vigna radiata) with Bradyhizobium sp. and Pseudomonas mutants altered in indole acetic acid production. Proceedings of the 43th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (ACAMI'02), CCS HAU, Hisar, pp: 55-55.
Narula, N., S.S. Sindhu, K. Kukreja and K. Lakshminarayana, 1995. Effects of solvents and surfactants on ammonia excretion by Azotobacter chroococcum. Annal. Biol., 11: 177-182.
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Parkash, O., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2004. Effect of coinoculation of indole acetic acid producing Pseudomonas sp. on seedling growth and nodulation of green gram (Vigna radiata) and black gram (Vigna mungo). Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (ACAMI'04), NDRI, Karnal, pp: 18-18.
Parmar, P. and S.S. Sindhu, 2013. Potassium solubilization by rhizosphere bacteria: Influence of nutritional and environmental conditions. J. Microbiol. Res., 3: 25-31.
Saini, I., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1996. Uptake hydrogenase, nitrate respiration, ex planta nitrogenase expression and symbiotic effectivity of Sesbania rhizobia. Indian J. Microbiol., 36: 93-97.
Saini, I., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Azide-resistant mutants of Azorhizobium caulinodans with enhanced symbiotic effectiveness. Folia Microbiol., 46: 217-222.
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Saini, I., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2003. Symbiotic characterization of nitrate-reductase deficient mutants of Azorhizobium caulinodans on forage legume Sesbania. Indian J. Microbiol., 43: 227-231.
Salma, Z., S.S. Sindhu and V.P. Ahlawat, 2014. Suppression of Fusarium wilt disease in gladiolus by using rhizobacterial strains. J. Crop Weed, 10: 466-471.
Sindhu, S.S. and D. Singh, 2002. Microbial Communities in Soil Ecosystem and their Significance. In: Biofertilizer Production Technology and Application, Sindhu, S.S. (Ed.). SC and P Centre, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 5-9.
Sindhu, S.S. and K. Chaudhary, 2006. Transgenics in Agriculture: Use of Microbial Genes for Value Addition in Crop Plants. In: Strategies for Gene Cloning and Expression for Value Addition in Crop Plants, Chaudhary K. (Ed.). Department of Biotechnology and Molecular Biology, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 8-22.
Sindhu, S.S. and K. Lakshminarayana, 1986. Distribution of Azotobacter in the haryana soils and effect of bacteriostasis on Azotobacter survival. Environ. Ecol., 4: 536-540.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K. Lakshminarayana, 1992. Effect of carbon sources amendments on acetylene reduction by Azotobacter strain in sandy loam soil. Annal. Biol., 8: 81-85.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K.C. Banger, 2002. Rhizobium-Legume Symbiosis: Formation of Nitrogen Fixing Nodule. In: Biofertilizer Production Technology and Application, Sindhu, S.S. (Ed.). SC and P Centre, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 25-35.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1983. Competence of Hup+ and Hup- Rhizobium strains for nodulation in cowpea miscellany hosts. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of AMI, (AMI'83), Osmania University, Hyderabad, pp: 11-11.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1985. Ex planta nitrogenase induction in Rhizobium sp. cowpea miscellany: A test for uptake hydrogenase. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (AMI'85), University of Madras, Madras, pp: 75-75.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1985. Protoplast formation and regeneration in Rhizobium and Azospirillum. Curr. Sci., 54: 344-346.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1985. Pseudonodule formation by transfused Rhizobium strains in heterologous legume hosts. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (AMI'85), University of Madras, Madras, pp: 62-62.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1986. Ex planta nitrogenase induction and uptake hydrogenase in Rhizobium sp. (cowpea miscellany). Soil Biol. Biochem., 18: 291-295.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1986. Dissimilation of oxidized sulphur compounds by cowpea miscellany Bradyrhizobium. Proceedings 8th Australian Nitrogen Fixation Conference, (ANFC'86), Adelaide 86, AIAS Occasional Pub. No.25, pp: 168-168.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1987. Rhizobium strain and host cultivar interaction affecting infectivity, relative efficiency and effectivity in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Proceedings of the National Symposium on New Frontiers in Microbial Technology, (NFMT'87), Bhopal, pp: 51-52.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1992. Rhizobium strain and host plant cultivar interaction affecting relative efficiency and effectivity in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). In: In: Frontier in Microbial Technology, Bisen, P.S. (Ed.). CBS Publishers, New Delhi, pp: 105-109.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1992. Symbiotic effectivity of cowpea miscellany Rhizobium mutants having increased hydrogenase activity. Indian J. Microbiol., 32: 411-416.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1994. Biosynthesis of Exopolysaccharides and its Role During Nodule Development in Rhizobium-Legume Symbiosis. In: In: Biology and Application of Nitrogen-Fixing Organisms: Problems and Prospectus, Prasad, A.B., A. Vashampayan (Eds.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 189-221.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1994. Biosynthesis of Exopolysaccharides and its role during Nodule Development in Rhizobium-Legume Symbiosis. In: Biology and Application of Nitrogen-Fixing Organisms-Problems and Prospectus, Vashampayan, A. and A.B. Prasad (Eds.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 189-240.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1995. Hydrogen uptake: Measurement of photosynthate limitation in nodules of cowpea miscellany host. Microbiol. Res., 150: 213-217.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1995. Molecular Biology of Nodule Development and Nitrogen Fixation in Rhizobium-Legume Symbiosis. In: In: Nitrogen Nutrition in Higher Plants, Srivastava, H.S. and R.P. Singh (Eds.). Associated Publishing Company, New Delhi, pp: 57- 129.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1997. Molecular Aspects of Host Specificity in Rhizobium-Legume Symbiosis and Possibilities of Inducing Nodule in Non-legume Crops. In: In: Biotechnological Approaches in Soil Microorganisms for Sustainable Crop Production, Dadarwal, K.R. (Ed.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 39-69.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 1999. Improvement of Biological Nitrogen Fixation by Genetic Manipulations to Increase Crop Productivity. In: Recent Advances in Biosciences for Sustainable Food Security, Sihag, R.C., R.K. Patel and M. Singh (Eds.). Academy of Agricultural Research and Education Management, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 75-86.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 2000. Competition for nodulation among rhizobia in Legume-Rhizobium symbiosis. Indian J. Microbiol., 40: 211-246.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 2000. Molecular Biology of Nodule Development on Legume Roots by Rhizobium. In: Microbes in Integrated Nutient Management, Lakshminarayana, K., R.C. Anand and R.K. Patel (Eds.). Academy of Agricultural Research and Education Management, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 68-83.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Chitinolytic and cellulolytic Pseudomonas sp. antagonistic to fungal pathogens enhances nodulation by Mesorhizobium sp. Cicer in chickpea. Microbiol. Res., 156: 353-358.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Genetic Manipulation of Rhizobia to Improve Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes. In: Recent Advances in Biofertilizer Technology, Yadav, A.K., M.R. Motsara and R.S. Choudhary (Eds.). Society for Promotion and Utilization of Resources and Technology, New Delhi, pp: 1-97.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 2001. Symbiotic effectiveness of spontaneous antibiotic-resistant mutants of Rhizobium sp. Cicer nodulating chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Microbiol. Res., 155: 325-329.
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Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 2004. Use of microorganisms in pest control and bioremediation technology for sustainable agriculture. Proceedings of the 31th Annual Conference of Environmental Mutagen Society of India, (ACEMSI'04), CCS HAU, Hisar, pp: 12-12.
Sindhu, S.S. and K.R. Dadarwal, 2005. Application of Pseudomonas and Bacillus strains antagonistic to fungal pathogens as coinoculants with Rhizobium for growth promotion of legumes. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Management of Organic Wastes for Crop Production, (NSMOWCP'05), CCS HAU, Hisar, pp: 91-91.
Sindhu, S.S. and N.J. Brewin, 1989. Identification of a lipopolysaccharide associated protein antigen in Rhizobium leguminosarum by use of monoclonal antibodies. Proceedings of the Symposium on Nitrogen Fixation and Metabolism, Nov. 1989, Agriculture and Food Research Council, Lancaster University, UK -.
Sindhu, S.S. and N.J. Brewin, 1990. Identification of an essential gene in Rhizobium leguminosarum. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on the Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions, April, 2, Interlaken, Switzerland, pp: 96-96.
Sindhu, S.S. and N.J. Brewin, 1991. Immunological characterization of Rhizobium leguminosarum lipopolysaccharides and membrane associated proteins by use of monoclonal antibodies. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Biotechnology in Plant and Animal Sciences, (NSBPAS'91), HAU, Hisar, pp: 87-88.
Sindhu, S.S. and N.J. Brewin, 1992. Identification of a lipopolysaccharide associated protein antigen in Rhizobium leguminosarum strain B556 using monoclonal antibodies. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (ACAMI'92), Goa University, Goa, pp: 25-25.
Sindhu, S.S. and R.K. Dadarwal, 1988. Effect of temperature on nitrogenase and hydrogenase activity in cowpea miscellany hosts. Indian J. Microbiol., 28: 178-183.
Sindhu, S.S., 1996. Genetic regulation of nodule development in Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Proceedings of the 6th All India Conference on Cytology and Genetics, (AICCG'96), MDU, Rohtak, pp: 32-32.
Sindhu, S.S., 1996. Strategies for improving nitrogen fixation in legumes. Proceedings of the 34th AMI Annual Conference, (AMIAC'96), National Agriculture Technology Information Service Pub., Ludhiana, pp: 134-149.
Sindhu, S.S., 2000. Measurement of Nitrogen Fixation in Free-Living Rhizobia and Nodules by Acetylene Reduction Technique. In: Microbes in Integrated Nutient Management, Lakshminarayana, K., R.C. Anand and R.K. Patel (Eds.). Academy of Agricultural Research and Education Management, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 147-149.
Sindhu, S.S., 2002. Biotechnological Improvement of Biofertilizers Efficacy for Sustainable Agriculture. In: Biofertilizer Production Technology and Application, Sindhu, S.S. (Ed.). SC and P Centre, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 61-73.
Sindhu, S.S., 2002. Use of Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria as Biocontrol Agents: Biopesticides. In: Biofertilizer Production Technology and Application, Sindhu, S.S. (Ed.). SC and P Centre, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 83-92.
Sindhu, S.S., 2004. Biofertilizer Technology and Genetics of N2 Fixation. In: Agriculture: Concepts and Strategies, Sehrawat, S.K., S.S. Sindhu and R.S. Balyan (Eds.). SC and P Centre, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 216-222.
Sindhu, S.S., 2004. Biological Nitrogen Fixation. In: Research Methods in Plant Sciences: Allelopathy, Soil Analysis, Narwal, S.S., S.S. Dahiya and J.P. Singh (Eds.). Scientific Publishers India, Jodhpur, Vol. 1, pp: 326-342.
Sindhu, S.S., 2004. Role of Microbes in Agriculture, Industry and Medicine. In: Agriculture: Concepts and Strategies, Sehrawat, S.K., S.S. Sindhu and R.S. Balyan (Eds.), SC and P Centre, CCS HAU Hisar, pp: 276-284.
Sindhu, S.S., 2004. Soil Ecosystem : Microbiological Processes and their Significance in Soil. In: Research Methods in Plant Sciences: Allelopathy, Soil Analysis, Narwal, S.S., S.S. Dahiya and J.P. Singh (Eds.). Scientific Publishers India, Jodhpur, Vol. 1, pp: 308-325.
Sindhu, S.S., 2007. Application of Rhizobacteria in Biological Control and Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils. In: Environmental Pollution and Global Health, Saharan, R.P. and P.K. Sareen (Eds.). Environmental Mutagen Society of India, Zina Pitcher, pp: 53-64.
Sindhu, S.S., B.S. Dahiya, R. Batra and K.R. Dadarwal, 1984. Relative rates of hydrogen evolution in different chickpea varieties. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Society for Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, (SPPB'84), HAU, Hisar, pp: 29-29.
Sindhu, S.S., D.J. Bradley and N.J. Brewin, 1988. A species specific membrance protein from Rhizobium leguminosarum. Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation, March, 13-20, Cologne F.R.G., West Germany, pp: 10-45.
Sindhu, S.S., D.K. Malik and K.R. Dadarwal, 2003. Enhancing the Potential of Biological Niterogen Fixation by Genetic Manipulations of Diazotrophic Bacteria for Sustainable Agriculture. In: Plant Genetic Engineering: Applications and Limitations, Singh, R.P. and P.K. Jaiwal, (Eds.). Science and Technology Publishers, LCC Houston, USA., Vol. 1, pp: 199-228.
Sindhu, S.S., D.K. Malik, and K.R. Dadarwal, 2002. Influence of indole acetic acid producing Pseudomonas isolates on nodulation of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) by Mesorhizobium sp. Cicer. Proceedings of the 43th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (ACAMI'02), CCS HAU, Hisar, pp: 56-56.
Sindhu, S.S., E.L. Kannenberg and N.J. Brewin, 1988. Lipopolysaccharide Maturation in Pea and Bean Bacteroides. In: Nitrogen Fixation: Hundered Years After, Bothe, H., F.J. de Bruijn and W.E. Newton, (Eds.). Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, New York, pp: 480.
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Sindhu, S.S., G.G. Khot and K.R. Dadarwal, 1996. In vitro chitinase activity of Pseudomonas and inhibition of phytopathogenic fungi. Proceedings of the Symposium on Plant Biotechnology and Development, (SPBD'96) HAU, Hisar pp: 66-67.
Sindhu, S.S., H.R. Sharma and K.R. Dadarwal, 2003. Competition among Bradyrhizobium strains for nodulation of green gram (Vigna radiata): Use of dark nodule phenotype. Folia Microbiol., 48: 83-89.
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Sindhu, S.S., K. Lakshminarayana and D. Singh, 1994. Expression of hydrogenase activity in Azotobacter chroococcum and its possible role in crop productivity. Indian J. Expt. Biol., 32: 423-426.
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Sindhu, S.S., K.R. Dadarwal and B.S. Dahiya, 1986. Hydrogen evolution and relative efficiency in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.): Effect of Rhizobium strain, host cultivar and temperature. Indian J. Expt. Biol., 24: 416-420.
Sindhu, S.S., K.R. Dadarwal and T.M. Davis, 1992. Non-nodulating chickpea breeding line for the study of symbiotic nitrogen fixation potential. Indian J. Microbiol., 32: 175-180.
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Sindhu, S.S., M. Phour, S.R. Choudhary and D. Chaudhary, 2014. Phosphorus Cycling: Prospects of Using Rhizosphere Microorganisms for Improving Phosphorus Nutrition of Plants. In: Geomicrobiology and Biogeochemistry, Parmar, N. and A. Singh (Eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp: 199-237.
Sindhu, S.S., M.K. Verma and S. Mor, 2009. Molecular Genetics of Phosphate Solubilization in Rhizosphere Bacteria and its Role in Plant Growth Promotion. In: Phosphate Solubilizing Microbes and Crop Productivity, Khan, M.S. and A. Zaidi (Eds.). Nova Science Publishers, USA., pp: 199-228.
Sindhu, S.S., N. Verma and S. Goyal, 2013. Ecofriendly Utilization of Crop Residues and Organic Waste Material. In: Human and Animal Health: Environmental Perspectives, Garg, S.R. (Ed.). Satish Serial Publishing House, New Delhi, pp: 385-404.
Sindhu, S.S., N. Verma, D.K. Malik, D. Chaudhary and S. Goyal, 2014. Microbial Degradation of Pesticides: Biochemical and Molecular Aspects. In: Microbes in the Service of Mankind: Tiny Bugs with Huge Impact, Nagpal, R., A. Kumar and R. Singh (Eds.). JBC Press, New Delhi, pp: 525-583.
Sindhu, S.S., N.J. Brewin and E.L. Kannenberg, 1990. Immunochemical analysis of lipopolysaccharides from free-living and endosymbiotic forms of Rhizobium leguminosarum. J. Bacteriol., 172: 1804-1813.
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Sindhu, S.S., O.P. Jangu and N. Sivaramaiah, 2010. Genetic Engineering of Diazotrophic Bacteria to Improve Nitrogen Fixation for Sustainable Agriculture. In: Biotechnology: Emerging Trends, Sayyed, R.Z. and A.S. Patil (Eds.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India, pp: 73-112.
Sindhu, S.S., P. Parmar and M. Phour, 2014. Nutrient Cycling: Potassium Solubilization by Microorganisms and Improvement of Crop Growth. In: Geomicrobiology and Biogeochemistry, Parmar, N. and A. Singh (Eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp: 175-198.
Sindhu, S.S., P. Parmar, M. Phour and K. Kumari, 2014. Rhizosphere Microorganisms for Improvement in Soil Fertility and Plant Growth. In: Microbes in the Service of Mankind: Tiny Bugs with Huge Impact, Nagpal, R., A. Kumar and R. Singh (Eds.). JBC Press, New Delhi, pp: 32-94.
Sindhu, S.S., S. Dua and G. Sahu, 2011. Biological Control of Plant Diseases. In: Fundamentals of Vegetable Production: Protection, Rana, M.K. (Ed.). Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi, India..
Sindhu, S.S., S. Dua, M.K. Verma and A. Khandelwal, 2010. Growth Promotion of Legumes by Inoculation of Rhizosphere Bacteria. In: Microbes for Legume Improvement, Khan, M.S., A. Zaidi and J. Musarrat (Eds.). Springer-Wien, New York, pp: 195-235.
Sindhu, S.S., S. Goyal and D.K. Malik, 2011. Soil Flora and their Significance. In: Fundamentals of Vegetable Production: Biochemistry, Rana, M.K. (Ed.). Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi, India, pp: 386-429.
Sindhu, S.S., S. K. Gupta, S. Suneja and K.R. Dadarwal, 2002. Enhancement of green gram nodulation and growth by Bacillus species. Biologia Plantarum, 45: 117-120.
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Sindhu, S.S., S. Mor and K.R. Dadarwal, 1999. Cell Surface Polysaccharides of Rhizobium and Nodule Development on Legume Roots: Recent Advances. In: Recent Trends in Developmental Biology, Gakhar, S.K. and S.N. Mishra (Eds.), Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi, pp: 204-240.
Sindhu, S.S., S. Mor, K.R. Dadarwal and P. Tauro, 1995. Rhizobial lipo-oligosaccharide nodulation factors: A novel class of signal molecules involved in microbe-plant interactions specificity. Proceedings of the International Satellite Symposium-Complex Carbohydrates and Advances in Biosciences, (ISSCCAB'95), Society of Biosciences Pub., pp: 521-562.
Sindhu, S.S., S. Suneja and K.R. Dadarwal, 1997. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria and their Role in Crop Productivity. In: Biotechnological Approaches in Soil Microorganisms for Sustainable Crop Production, Dadarwal, K.R. (Ed.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 149-191.
Sindhu, S.S., S. Suneja, A.K. Goel and K.R. Dadarwal, 2000. Stimulation of growth of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) by rhizobacteria from green gram (Vigna radiata) rhizosphere. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, (ACAMI'89), CIFA, Kausalyaganga, Bhubaneswar, Orissa pp: 13-13.
Sindhu, S.S., S. Suneja, A.K. Goel, N. Parmar and K.R. Dadarwal, 2002. Plant growth promoting Pseudomonas sp. on co-inoculation with Misorhizobium sp. Cicer strain under sterile and wilt sick soil conditions. Applied Soil Ecol., 19: 57-64.
Sindhu, S.S., S. Suneja, A.K. Goel, N. Parmar and K.R. Dadarwal, 2002. Plant growth promoting effects of Pseudomonas sp. on coinoculation with Mesorhizobium sp. Cicer strain under sterile and wilt sick soil conditions. Applied Soil Ecol., 19: 57-64.
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Sindhu, S.S., S.K. Gupta and K.R. Dadarwal, 1999. Antagonistic effect of Pseudomonas spp. on pathogenic fungi and enhancement of growth of green gram (Vigna radiata). Biol. Fertil. Soils, 29: 62-68.
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Sindhu, S.S., V. Grover, N. Narula and K. Lakshminarayana, 1989. Occurrence of multiple antibiotic resistance in Azotobacter chroococcum. Zentralb. Microbiol., 44: 97-101.
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Sindhu, S.S., Y. Rakshiya and M.K. Verma, 2011. Termite Control by Antagonistic Microorganisms. In: Bioaugmentation, Biostimulation and Biocontrol, Singh, A.K., N. Parmar and R.C. Kuhad (Eds.). Springer-Verlag, Germany, pp: 261-309.
Sindhu, S.S., Y.S. Rakshiya and D.K. Malik, 2010. Rhizosphere Bacteria and their Role in Biological Control of Plant Diseases. In: Biotechnology: Emerging Trends, Sayyed, R.Z. and A.S. Patil (Eds.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India, pp: 17-52.
Sindhu, S.S., Y.S. Rakshiya and G. Sahu, 2009. Biological control of soilborne plant pathogens with rhizosphere bacteria. Pest Technol., 3: 10-21.
Singh, R. and S.K. Sawhney, 1988. Advances in Frontier Area of Plant Biochemistry. Prentice Hall, New Delhi, Pages: 531.
Singh, S. and K. Lakshminarayana, 1982. Survival and competitive ability of ammonia excreting and non-ammonia excreting Azotobacter chrococcum strains in sterile soil. Plant Soil, 69: 79-84.
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Sivaramaiah, N, D.K. Malik and S.S. Sindhu, 2007. Improvement in symbiotic efficiency of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) by coinoculation of Bacillus strains with Mesorhizobium sp Cicer. Indian J. Microbiol., 47: 51-56.
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Sivaramaiah, N., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2005. Characterization of plant growth promoting Bacillus sp. from chickpea rhizosphere. Proceedins of the National Symposium on Biotechnological Interventions for Improvement of Horticultural Crops: Issues and Strategies, (NSBIIHC'05), Kerala Agriculture University, Thrissur, Kerala, pp: 418-421.
Sivaramaiah, N., S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 2005. Characterization of plant growth promoting Bacillus sp. from chickpea rhizosphere. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Biotechnological Interventions for Improvement of Horticultural Crops: Issues and strategies, Jan. 10-12, Kerala Agriculture University, Thrissur, Kerala, pp: 393-394.
Suneja, S., M. Dhull, S.S. Sindhu and K.R. Dadarwal, 1995. Siderophore production by nodule promoting pseudomonads with wide range of antifungal activity. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, HAU, Hisar, pp: 86 87-.
Verma, N., L. Wati, S.S. Sindhu and S. Goyal, 2014. Organic Waste Utilization for Production of Compost and Biofuel. In: Microbes in the Service of Mankind: Tiny Bugs with Huge Impact, Nagpal, R., A. Kumar and R. Singh (Eds.). JBC Press, New Delhi, pp: 95-124.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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