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  Research Journal of Botany is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to publish high quality original research in the field of plant sciences. Scope of the journal includes: Cell and molecular biology, ecology, mycology and plant pathology, phycology, physiology and biochemistry, structure and development, systematic, phytogeography, paleobotany, biological interaction, morpho-anatomy, modern systematic, biosystematics, plant cell and tissue culture, plant gene transfer , DNA analysis, plant cytogenetic, plant phylogeny, Bioinformatics, Ethnobotany, Pharmacology, plant biotechnology, bio-defense, bio-chemo defensive, living organisms protective and defensive chemistry.

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Ahmed, M.M. and P.K. Singh, 2006. Plant-lore with reference to manipuri proverbs in association with various human affairs of Manipur State. J. Curr. Sci., 9: 207-214.
Ahmed, M.M. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Traditional knowledge system of the muslim community in Manipur. Ind. J. Trad. Knowl., 6: 383-389.
Ahmed, M.M. and P.K. Singh, 2008. Plant-Lore with reference to muslim folksong in association with human perception of plants in agricultural and horticultural practices. Not. Bot. Hort. Agrobot. Cluj, Romania, 36: 42-47.
Ahmed, M.M. and P.K. Singh, 2008. Plant-lore with Reference to Manipuri Proverbs in Association with Various Human Affairs of Manipur State. In: Environmental Science Appreciation and Persception, Kumar, A. (Ed.). Chap. 31, Daya Publishing House, Delhi, India, pp: 179-185.
Ahmed, M.M. and P.K. Singh, 2009. Trading activity and Ethno-domestication of plants by Manipuri Muslims. Not. Sci. Biol. Romania, 36: 42-47.
Ahmed, M.M. and P.K. Singh, 2011. Traditional knowledge of kidney stones treatment by muslim maiba (herbalists) of Manipur, India. Not. Sci. Biol. Romania, 3: 12-15.
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Chakpram, L, S.D. Yumkham and P.K. Singh, 2014. Less known wild aroids of Manipur. Int. J. Agric. Food Sci. Technol., 5: 537-544.
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Chakpram, L. and P.K. Singh, 2017. Amorphophallus krausei engl. (Araceae)-A new aroid report in India. Aroideana, 40: 34-39.
Chakpram, L., S.D. Yumkham and P.K. Singh, 2017. Colocasia oresbia (Araceae) – An addition to the flora of India. Aroideana, 40: 63-70.
Chanu, K.S., S.S. Ningthoujam and P.K. Singh, 2015. Antibacterial activity and phytochemical screening of Goniothalamus sesquipedalis Hook. f. and thomson extracts from Manipur, North East India. Eur. J. Med. Plants, 8: 142-148.
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Devi , N.B., A.K. Das and P.K. Singh, 2017. Alpinia calcarata: A new distributional record in the Zingiberaceae flora of Manipur. Int. J. Adv. Res., 5: 1114-1115.
Devi , N.B., A.K. Das and P.K. Singh, 2017. Ethnobotanical importance of zingiber in the imphal Valley District, Manipur with zingiber chrysanthum roscoe as a new record for Manipur. J. Pharm. Biol. Sci., 12: 29-32.
Devi , N.B., A.K. Das and P.K. Singh, 2018. Amomum pterocarpum (Zingiberaceae): A new record in the Flora of Manipur. Int. J. Adv. Res., 6: 546-549.
Devi , N.B., P.K. Singh and A.K. Das, 2016. Kaempferia parviflora (Zingiberaceae): A new record in the Flora of Manipur. Int. J. Innov. Sci. Eng. Technol., 3: 661-665.
Devi, A.K. and P.K. Singh, 2005. Role of Copper and manganese application on various pigment levels of Zingiber officinale Rose L Var-1. J. Phytol. Res., 18: 215-218.
Devi, A.K. and P.K. Singh, 2005. Role of copper and manganese application on nitrate reductase and protease enzyme activities of Zingiber officinale rose L Var-1. J. Curr. Sci., 7: 67-70.
Devi, A.K. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Role of copper and manganese application on plant height, leaf number and leaf area of Zingiber officinale Rose L. Var-1. Ind. J. Environ. Ecoplan., 14: 361-364.
Devi, A.T., S.N. Singh, A.D. Talukdar, B.C. Singh and M.D. Choudhury et al., 2016. Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used as hepatoprotective in imphal east and west district of Manipur, India. Int. J. Sci. Res., 6 : 217-224.
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Devi, J.S., J.S. Singh, P.K. Singh, M.D. Choudhury and H.M. Devi, 2013. Biochemical studies in some indigenous dye yeilding plants of Manipur. Not. Sci. Biol., 5: 303-308.
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Devi, J.S., P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2015. Effect of various mordants in Kum dyed cotton, silk and woollen yarns. Indian J. Fibre Text. Res., 40: 184-189.
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Devi, K.S., Y.S. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2008. Floristic distribution of an invasive weed Hyptis suaveolens Poit: In the valley districts of Manipur. Indian. J. Environ. Ecoplan., 15: 177-180.
Devi, K.S., Y.S. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2009. A census on edible flowers found in the valley districts of Manipur. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 33: 232-239.
Devi, K.T., H.B. Sharma, P.K. Singh and D. Bhattacharyya, 2014. Flowering of schizostachyum pergracile (munro) R. B. Majumdar in Manipur. Indian Forest., 140: 633-635.
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Devi, K.T., P.K. Singh and D. Bhattacharyya, 2014. Digitaria radicosa (J. Presl) miq. and Pennisetum purpureum schumach.-Additions to the grass (Poaceae) Flora of Manipur, India. J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc., 3: 153-154.
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Devi, K.T., P.K. Singh and D. Bhattacharyya, 2015. Arthraxon hispidus (Thunberg) makino [Poaceae]: A new record for the Flora of Manipur, India. Pleione, 9: 251-254.
Devi, K.T., P.K. Singh and D. Bhattacharyya, 2016. Three new additions to the grass (Poaceae) flora of Manipur, India. Plant Sci. Today, 3: 272-281.
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Devi, K.Y., M.H. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2017. Survey of medicinal plants in bishnupur district, Manipur, North Eastern India. Int. J. Applied Res., 3: 462-471.
Devi, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 2016. Diversity pattern of habitats of macrophytes in keibul lamjao national park (KLNP), a floating mat (Phumdi) environment of Loktak lake, Manipur, India. Int. J. Appl. Sci., 3: 157-179.
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Devi, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 2016. Flowering calendar of the macrophytes of keibul lamjao national park, loktak lake, Manipur, India. Res. J. Botany, 12: 14-22.
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Devi, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 2018. Nutritive Assessment of Fodder Plants of Keibul Lamjao National Park. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
Devi, M.H., J.S. Salam, S.D. Joylani, P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2013. Biochemical study of ten selected fodder plants of critically endangered Sangai (Rucervus eldii eldii McClelland). Environ. Ecol., 31: 573-581.
Devi, M.H., P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2012. Nineteen macrophytic new reports for the keibul lamjao national park, Loktak lake, Manipur, India. Pleione, 6: 391-396.
Devi, M.H., P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2012. Traditional Medicine from Wetland Plants of Keibul Lamjao Park, Manipur. In: Research in Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Choudhury, M.D., G.D. Sharma, A.D. Talukdar and S. Choudhury (Eds.). Swastik Publications, Delhi, India, ISBN: 978-93-81084-95-3, pp: 1-10.
Devi, M.H., P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2013. Macrophytes of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loktak Lake, Manipur, India. NeBio, 4: 57-63.
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Devi, M.H., P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2014. Income generating plants of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loktak Lake, Manipur and man-animal conflicts. Pleione, 8: 30-36.
Devi, M.H., P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2015. Water quality and socio-economic studies of the pumdi environment of keibul lamjao national park, Loktak lake, Manipur, India. Front. Env. Microbiol., 1: 1-8.
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Devi, M.R., B.K. Dutta, S. Salam and P.K.Singh, 2016. Plants of Monsang Tribe of Manipur. P. Ratankumar Singh, Manipur.
Devi, M.R., P.K. Singh and B.K. Dutta, 2011. Ethnobotanical plants of kabui naga tribe of Manipur, India. Pleione, 5: 115-128.
Devi, M.R., P.K. Singh and B.K. Dutta, 2012. A Case Study on Edible Fruits used by Kabui Naga Tribe of Manipur. In: Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Reference to NE India, Varatharajan, R. (Ed.). Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Manipur, India, ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8, pp: 94-97.
Devi, M.R., S. Salam, B.K. Dutta and P.K. Singh, 2013. Biodiversity of Medicinal Plants used by the Monsang Naga Tribe of Manipur, India. In: Bioresources and Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India, Singh, K.K., K.C. Das and H. Lalrutsanga (Eds.). Mizo Post Graduate Science Society, India, ISBN: 987-81-924321-3-7, pp: 299-302.
Devi, M.T., A.K. Das, B.K. Dutta and P.K. Singh, 2015. Traditional methods of family planning practices among meitei community of manipur and their associated plants. Int. J. Curr. Sci., 7: 11901-11906.
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Devi, M.T., S.S. Ningthoujam, D.S. Ningombam, D.K. Roy, A.K. Das and K.S. Potsangbam, 2015. First record of Ficus geniculata Kurz in Manipur, North East India. N. Y. Sci. J., 8: 30-33.
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Devi, N.B., P.K. Singh and A.K. Das, 2014. Ethnomedicinal utilization of zingiberaceae in the valley districts of Manipur. IOSR J. Environ. Sci. Toxicol. Food Technol., 8: 21-23.
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Devi, N.B., P.K. Singh and A.K. Das, 2016. Wilderness and biodiversity of gingers in the Valley District, Manipur. Int. J. Sci. Technol. Res., 5: 286-291.
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Devi, N.B., P.K. Singh and A.K. Das, 2016. Zingiber roseum (Zingiberaceae): A New record of ginger from imphal valley district, Manipur. Indian J. Applied Res., 6: 551-552.
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Devi, N.P., S.D. Yumkham, R. Nongmaithem and P.K. Singh, 2018. Seven new additions to the marchantiophyta (Liverworts) bryoflora of Manipur, India. Int. J. Adv. Res., 6: 706-714.
Devi, P.S. and P.K. Singh, 2006. Rattans of Manipur: Ecological prospective with special reference to sustainable use. J. Curr. Sci., 9: 195-202.
Devi, P.S. and P.K. Singh, 2007. A new record of rattan from Manipur-North East India. Folia Malaysiana, Malaysia, 8: 99-102.
Devi, P.S. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Floristic analysis and distribution of rattan in Manipur as a sustainable bioresource. Ind. Forester, 133: 805-812.
Devi, P.S. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Rattan of Manipur: Three new records for the state. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 31: 460-463.
Devi, Ranjana, P.K. Singh, A.K. Das and B.K. Dutta, 2012. Plants Associated with Cultural Practices by Chiru Tribe of Manipur. In: Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Reference to NE India, Varatharajan, R. (Ed.). Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Manipur, India, ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8, pp: 98-106.
Devi, S.D. and P.K. Singh, 2011. Less known ferns and fern-allies of Manipur with ethnobotanic uses. Ind. J. Trad. Knowl., 10: 287-291.
Devi, S.P. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Rattans of Manipur: Ecological Prospects with special Reference to Sustainable Use. In: Biodiversity Utilization and Conservation, Arunachalam, A. and K. Arunachalam (Eds.). Aavishkar Publishers and Distributors, Jaipur, pp: 35-44.
Devi, S.P., A. Pinokiyo and P.K. Singh, 2012. Economic Importance of Canes in Manipur. In: Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Reference to NE India, Varatharajan, R. (Ed.). Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Manipur, India, ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8, pp: 107-111.
Devi, S.P., P.K. Singh and D.S. Ningombam, 2010. Myrialepis peradoxa Becc. (Aracaceae) a new record from India. Folia Malaysiana Malaysia, 11: 31-34.
Devi, W.I., G.A.S. Devi and P.K. Singh, 1998. Role of boron, molybdenum and zinc application on various sugar levels of Brassica oleracea Var capitata L.. J. Phytol. Res., 11: 99-102.
Devi, W.I., G.A.S. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2003. Role of micronutrients application on nitrate reductase, amylase, total free amino acids and sugar content of Brassica oleracea Var. capitata L. Agri. Bio. Res., 19: 59-70.
Devi, W.I., P.K. Singh and G.A.S. Devi, 1999. Role of boron, molybdenum and zinc on various nitrogenous fractions of cabbage (Brassica oleracea Var. capitata Linn). J. Vegetable Crop Prod., 5: 45-57.
Devi, Y.N. and P.K. Singh, 2005. Stachytarpheta utricifolia Sims. A new snakeweed record of the flora of Manipur, India. Indian Forester, 131: 1609-1612.
Devi, Y.N. and P.K. Singh, 2005. Anatomical studies among three selected species of verbenaceae family. Ind. J. Env. Eco., 10: 889-892.
Devi, Y.N. and P.K. Singh, 2005. Species distribution of the family verbenaceae in the valley districts of Manipur. J. Curr. Sci., 7: 105-110.
Devi, Y.N. and P.K. Singh, 2005. Water use efficiency of three indigenous medicinal plants with special reference to conservation. J. Phytol. Res., 18: 117-118.
Devi, Y.N. and P.K. Singh, 2008. Ethnobotany of verbenaceae in Manipur. Ethnobotany, 20: 111-114.
Devi, Y.S. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Floristic study on epiphytic pteridophytes of toubal district, Manipur. Ind. J. Environ. Ecoplan., 14: 513-516.
Devi, Y.S. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Hydrophilous pteridophytes of thoubal District (Manipur). Indian Forester, 133: 561-566.
Devi, Y.S. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Observation on venation pattern in pteridaceae of thoubal district, Manipipur: A phylogenetic study. J. Curr. Sci., 10: 617-622.
Devi, Y.S. and P.K. Singh, 2011. Additional notes on spore morphology of two Huperzia (lycopodiaceae) species and systematic significance. Res. J. Bot., 6: 78-86.
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Devi, Y.S. and P.K. Singh, 2012. A Critical Note on the Association of Epiphytic Ferns with Repository Host Trees. In: Biodiversity Researches in North East India, Dutta, B.K., P. Choudhury and A.J. Nath (Eds.). Assam University, Silchar, India, pp: 55-62.
Devi, Y.S., K.S. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2008. Two new additions to the pteridophytic flora of Manipur-East India. Folia Malaysiana Malaysia, 9: 35-42.
India, N.E., A.K. Das, R. Rajkumari, R. Khatoon and P.K. Singh, 2017. Glimpses of Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants of Manipur. Deep Publications, New Delhi, Page: 318.
Ishwori, L., A.D. Talukdar, P.K. Singh, M.D. Choudhury and D. Nath, 2013. Antimicrobial and antiparasitic agents from plant products. Trends Biosci., 6: 324-328.
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Ishwori, L., A.D. Talukdar, P.K. Singh, M.D. Choudhury and D. Nath, 2014. Antibacterial activity of some selected plants traditionally used as medicine in Manipur. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 13: 1491-1495.
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Kamei, J., H.N. Pandey, S.K. Barik and P.K. Singh, 2017. Nitrogen and phosphorous mineralization and soil microbial biomass carbon, nitrogen and phosphorous in a humid subtropical forest ecosystem of North Eastern India. Int. J. Applied Res., 3: 478-487.
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Khan, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 2003. Effect of growth regulants on morphological parameters and yield of Curcuma longa L under saline stress conditions. Agri. Biol. Res., 19: 8-17.
Khan, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 1998. Effect of growth regulants on some metabolites of turmeric (Curcuma longa Linn.) leaves under saline conditions. J. Phytol. Res., 11: 51-55.
Khan, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 1999. Effect of Growth Regulants on Leaf Area Index and Photosynthetic Pigments in Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) Under Saline Conditions. In: Plant Physiology for Agriculture, Srivastava, G.C., K. Singh and M. Pal (Eds.). Pointer Publishers, Jaipur, pp: 260-272.
Khan, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 1999. Effect of Some specific ions (Na, Ca, SO4 and Cl) on Germination anf Morphological Parameters in Akhan Phou (Oryza sativa L.) Cultivar of Manipur Under Indole Acetic Acid Exposures. In: Environmental Pollution and Agriculture, Kumar, A. (Ed.)., Daya Publishing, India, pp: 83-90.
Khan, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 2002. Effect of salinity stress in the chlorophyll content of three rice cultivars of Manipur under low temperature exposures. Ind. J. Environ. Ecoplan., 6: 445-450.
Khan, M.H. and P.K. Singh, 2005. Effect of growth regulating substances on yield components of four local cultivars of rice (Oryza sativa L.) of Manipur under NaCl Stress. Agric. Biol. Res., 21: 145-151.
Khatoon, R., A.K. Das, P.K. Singh and B.K. Dutta, 2013. Ethnoveterinary Plants Used by Kom Tribe of Manipur, India. In: Bioresources and Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India, Singh, K.K., K.C. Das and H. Lalrutsanga (Eds.). Mizo Post Graduate Science Society, India, ISBN: 987-81-924321-3-7, pp: 303-306.
Khomdram, S.D. and P.K. Singh, 2011. Polyphenolic compounds and free radical scavenging activity in eight lamiaceae herbs of Manipur. Notulae Scientia Biologicae, 3: 108-113.
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Khomdram, S.D. and P.K. Singh, 2012. Harnessing the Economic Potential of an Interesting Aromatic Lamiaceae Plant Microtoena patchouli (Clarke ex Hook.) Wu & Hsuan in Manipur, India. In: Resent Advances in Natural Product Research, Singh, K.B. and K. Lalchhandama (Eds.). Chapter 31 MIPOGRASS, Aizawl, India, ISBN: 987-81-924321-2-0, pp: 187-190.
Khomdram, S.D. and P.K. Singh, 2013. The Checklist of Lamiaceae Flora in Thoubal District, Manipur. In: Bioresources and Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India, Singh, K.K., K.C. Das and H. Lalrutsanga (Eds.). Mizo Post Graduate Science Society, India, ISBN: 987-81-924321-3-7, pp: 10-13.
Khomdram, S.D., S.D. Yumkham and P.K. Singh, 2011. Hyptis pectinata (Linnaeus) Poiteau (Lamiaceae), an addition to the state flora of Manipur, India. Pleione, 5: 188-192.
Khomdram, S.D., Y.N. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2011. Ethnobotanical uses of lamiaceae in Manipur. Ethnobotany, 23: 64-69.
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Khomdram, S.D., Y.N. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2012. The family lamiaceae of Manipur, India. Indian Forester, 138: 616-630.
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Khushwaha, R.A.S., M. Singh and P.K. Singh, 2003. The floral assemblange of lower barail group of keithenmanbi area along nh-53, Manipur State. Mass Ecoline., 1: 13-15.
Laiphrakpam, L., A.K. Das, P.K. Singh and S.K. Ghosh, 2013. Medicinal uses of orchid by tribes in India: A review. Int. J. Curr. Res., 5: 2796-2798.
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Laiphrakpam, L., A.K. Das, P.K. Singh and S.K. Ghosh, 2014. Studies on orchid flora of Imphal valley, Manipur. Ind. J. Appl. Pure Biol., 29: 9-23.
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Li, P., W. Gu, C. Long, B.M. Schmidt and S.S. Ningthoujam et al., 2017. Traditional Treatment of Jaundice in Manipur, Northeast India. In: Ethnobotany: A Phytochemical Perspective, Schmidt, B.M. and D.M.K. Cheng (Eds.). John Wiley and Sons Ltd., New York, ISBN: 9781118961902, pp: 258-266.
Mahadevappa, M., P.K. Singh and I.M. Singh, 1988. Zizania: A wild plant with high-protein content. Ad. Plant Sci., 1: 77-81.
Meetei, S.Y. and P.K. Singh, 2007. Survey for medicinal plants of thoubal district, Manipur. Flora Fauna, 13: 355-358.
Ningombam, D.S. and P.K. Singh, 2010. The occurrence of Hygrophila erecta (Burman f.) hochreutiner of acanthaceae in Manipur, India. Pleione, 4: 317-320.
Ningombam, D.S. and P.K. Singh, 2012. The first record of Hypoestes phyllostachya baker an invasive species from Manipur. Flora Fauna, 18: 57-61.
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Ningombam, D.S. and P.K. Singh, 2013. Occurrence of less known species of strobilanthes blume (acanthaceae) in Manipur, North East India. NeBio, 4: 45-47.
Ningombam, D.S. and P.K. Singh, 2014. Ethnobotanical study of Phlogacanthus thyrsiformis (Roxb. ex hadrw.) mabb.: A conserved medicinal plant of Manipur, North East India. Int. J. Herbal Med., 1: 10-14.
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Ningombam, D.S., S. Ningthoujam, P.K. Singh and O.B. Singh, 2012. Legacy of kum dye: A case study with the culture of meitei community of Manipur, Northeast India. Ethnobotany Res. Appl., 10: 561-570.
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Ningombam, D.S., S.C. Konsam and P.K. Singh, 2014. Nutritive value of strobilanthes auriculata (acanthaceae) a pliestsal plant of Manipur, North East India. Int. J. Sci. Res., 3: 38-40.
Ningombam, D.S., S.P. Devi, P.K. Singh and A. Pinokyo and B. Thongam, 2014. Documentation and assessment on knowledge of ethno-medicinal practitioners: A case study on local meetei healers of Manipur. IOSR J. Pharm. Biol. Sci., 9: 53-70.
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Ningombam, R.D., P.K. Singh and J.S. Salam, 2012. Proximate composition and nutritional evaluation of underutilized legume Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC. grown in Manipur, Northeast India. Am. J. Food Technol., 7: 487-493.
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Ningthoujam, S.S., A.D. Talukdar, D. Nath, N. Basar, P.K. Singh and M.D. Choudhury, 2015. Febrifugine and its Analogues: Studies for their Anti-Malarial and other Therapeutic Properties. In: Studies in Natural Products Chemistry, Atta-ur-Rahman (Ed.). Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, ISBN: 9780444634603, pp: 93-112.
Ningthoujam, S.S., A.D. Talukdar, K.S. Potsangbam and M.D. Choudhury, 2017. Plant Names of Manipur Etymology, Eponymy, Legends and Systematics. Swastic Publications, New Delhi, India.
Ningthoujam, S.S., A.D. Talukdar, P.K. Singh, and M.D. Choudhury, 2012. Challenges in developing medicinal plant databases for sharing ethnopharmacological knowledge. J. Ethnopharmacol., 141: 9-32.
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Ningthoujam, S.S., A.D. Talukdar, P.K. Singh, and M.D. Choudhury, 2013. Traditional use of herbal vapour therapy in Mnaipur, North East India: An ethnobotanical survey. J. Ethnopharmacol., 147: 136-147.
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Ningthoujam, S.S., M.D. Choudhury, K.S. Potsangbam, P. Chetia and L.S. Nahar et al., 2014. NoSQL data model for semi-automatic integration of ethnomedicinal plant data from multiple sources. Phytochem. Anal., 25: 495-507.
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Oinam, P.C., M.H. Devi and P.K. Singh, 2018. A review on the treatment of kidney failure (Renal failure) with traditional herbal medicine as a new perspective. Int. J. Sci. Res. Rev., 7: 535-541.
Panmei, Ch., P.K. Singh, S. Gautam, S.V. Prasad, G.A. Devi and A. Sharma, 2007. Phenolic acids in Albizia bark used as a starter for Rice fermentation in zou preparation. J. Food, Agri. Environ. USA., 5: 147-150.
Pinokio, A., S.P. Devi, P.K. Singh and A.U. Devi, 2012. Dye Yielding Lichens of Manipur. In: Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Reference to NE India, Varatharajan, R. (Ed.). Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Manipur, India, ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8, pp: 81-83.
Pinokiyo, A., S.D. Khomdram, S.P. Devi, D.S. Ningombam and P.K. Singh, 2012. Antioxidant Property of Lichen, Usnea baileyi. In: Biodiversity Researches in North East India, Dutta, B.K., P. Choudhury and A.J. Nath (Eds.). Assam University, Silchar, India, pp: 152-156.
Rajkumari, R., P.K. Singh, A.K. Das and B.K. Dutta, 2013. Anti-diabetic plants used by the chiru tribe of Manipur, India. NeBio, 4: 40-44.
Ranjana, R.K., R.K. Nirmala, P.K. Singh, A.K. Das, B.K. Dutta and A. Pinokiyo, 2014. Ethnoveterinary plants used by the Chiru tribes of Manipur, Northeast India. Ind. J. Trad. Knowledge, 13: 368-378.
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Resma, K., P.K. Singh, A.K. Das and B.K. Dutta, 2012. Study on traditional uses of medicinal plants plants by the Kom-Kuki tribe in Manipur, India. Assam. Univ. Sci. Tech. Biolog. Environ. Sci., 9: 97-104.
Resma, K., P.K. Singh, Das, A.K and B.K. Dutta, 2012. Indigenous wild edible fruits of Kom tribe of Manipur, India. Pleione, 6: 268-272.
Resma, Khatoon, P.K. Singh, A.K. Das and B.K. Dutta, 2012. Ethnobotanical Approach on Plants with Reference to Kom tribe of Manipur. In: Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Reference to NE India, Varatharajan, R. (Ed.). Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Manipur, India, ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8, pp: 84-89.
Saha, H., M.L. Ghosh, G. Ganngopadyay, D. Saha, P.K. Singh, S. Sharker and S.C. Das, 2012. Biodiversity Conservation: Fundamentals and Applications. H. Saha, India.
Salam, S., M.R. Devi, N.S. Jamir and P.K. Singh, 2013. Diversity of Spices Plant Used by the Tangkhul Tribe in Ukhrul District, Manipur. In: Bioresources and Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India, Singh, K.K., K.C. Das and H. Lalrutsanga (Eds.). Mizo Post Graduate Science Society, India, ISBN: 987-81-924321-3-7, pp: 307-310.
Salam, S., N.S. Jamir and P.K. Singh, 2009. Traditional uses of medicinal plants by the Tanhkhul-Naga tribe in Manipur, India. Pleione, 3: 157-162.
Salam, S., N.S. Jamir and P.K. Singh, 2011. Ethnomedicinal studies on tanhkhul-naga tribe in Ukhrul district, Manipur. Ethnobotany, 23: 129-134.
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Salam, S., N.S. Jamir and P.K. Singh, 2012. Traditional Knowledge of Tangkhul Naga Tribe of Manipur with Reference to Their Ethnobotanical Approach. In: Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Reference to NE India, Varatharajan, R. (Ed.). Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Manipur, India, ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8, pp: 90-93.
Salam, S., N.S. Jamir and P.K. Singh, 2012. Wild leafy vegetables sold in local markets of Ukhrul district, Manipur India. Pleione, 6: 298-303.
Salam, S., N.S. Jamir, M. Roma and P.K. Singh, 2014. Diversity of plants used in the treatment of stomach ulcers by the tangkhul tribe in Ukhrul district of Manipur, India. Pleione, 8: 26-29.
Salam, S., P.K. Singh and N.S. Jamir, 2010. Wild edible plants used by the tanhkhul-naga tribe of Ukhrul district in Manipur. Pleione, 4: 284-287.
Singh, A.V. and P.K. Singh, 2009. An account of Sagitaria sagitifolia with special reference to phytochemical studies and its Socio economic relevance. J. Phytol. Res., 22: 235-246.
Singh, H.B.K., P.K. Singh and A. Jain, 1997. Ethno-medico-biological studies in Manipur. J. Hill Res., 10: 36-38.
Singh, H.B.K., P.K. Singh and V.D. Elangbam, 1996. Indigenous Bio-folklores and Practices: Its role in Biodiversity Conservation in Manipur. J. Hill Res., 9: 359-362.
Singh, H.D., D. Ningombam, P.K. Singh and Limasenla, 2017. Status of threatened ethno- medicinal plants found in sub- alpine areas of ukhrul and senapati districts of Manipur. Int. J. Applied Res., 3: 544-548.
Singh, J.S., P. Salam, P.K. Singh and B.K. Dutta, 2013. Effect of domestic processing methods on dry matter, total sugar, phenolics and mineral composition in different developmental stages of Parkia roxburghii g. (Don.) pods. Not. Sci. Biol., 5: 50-56.
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Singh, J.S., P.K. Singh, B.K. Dutta and U.K. Sahoo, 2011. Effect of processing and cooking methods on some anti-nutritive, toxic components and nutritional composition in Parkia roxburghii G. don seeds, India. Indian J. Agric. Biochem., 23: 97-102.
Singh, K.I., P.K. Singh and S.S. Singh, 2001. An ethnobiological approach to the indigenous soaps and detergents of Meitei community of Manipur. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 25: 547-552.
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Singh, L.S., P.K. Singh and E.J. Singh, 2001. Ethnobotanical uses of some pteridophytic species in Manipur. Indian Fern J., 18: 14-17.
Singh, P.K. and H.B.K. Singh, 1996. Superstition in botanical folklore with reference to Meitei Culture. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. Adl. Ser., 12: 367-372.
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Singh, P.K. and K.I. Singh, 2003. First - aid remedies: an ethno-medico-botanical study of the Meitei community of Manipur, India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 427: 466-472.
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Singh, P.K. and K.I. Singh, 2003. Mother and child health: 1 - an ethnobotanical study of the Meitei community of Manipur. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 427: 457-465.
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Singh, P.K. and K.I. Singh, 2003. Traditional Technology and Medicinal Knowledge of “Yu”-An Alcoholic Beverage of Meitei Communities of Manipur. In: Ethnomedicine of North-East India, Singh, G., H.B. Singh and T.K. Mukherjee (Eds.). National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR), New Delhi, pp: 314-326.
Singh, P.K. and K.I. Singh, 2006. Traditional alcoholic beverage, Yu of Meitei communities of Manipur. Ind. J. Trad. Knowl., 5: 184-190.
Singh, P.K. and L.J. Singh, 1987. Host parasite physiology of the wild rice smut fungus (Melanopsichium esculentum) I-The effect of smut infection on some micro and macro elements content of the host. Frontier Botanist, 1: 69-72.
Singh, P.K. and M.H. Devi, 2015. Plants associated with Singju: A traditional salad delicacy of meitei community of Manipur, India. Pleione, 9: 409-418.
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Singh, P.K. and M.H. Devi, 2017. Impact of Climate Change on the Endemic Flora of Manipur State. In: Plant Diversity in the Himalaya Hotspot Region, Das, A.P. and S. Bera (Eds.). Chapter 31, Bisen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh Publisher, Dehra Dun, India, pp: 787-798.
Singh, P.K. and M.H. Khan, 1996. Effect of growth regulants on sprouting and early seedling growth in turmeric (Curcuma longa Linn.) under saline stress conditions. J. Phytol. Res., 9: 123-128.
Singh, P.K. and T.B. Singh, 1995. Some medicinal plants of manipur: An ethnic approach. People Sci. Network, 2: 39-40.
Singh, P.K. and T.B. Singh, 1995. Some medicinal plants of manipur: An ethnic approach. People Sci. Network, 2: 48-49.
Singh, P.K., 1992. Effect of various mulching materials on growth and yield of knol khol (Brassica oleraceae) variety coulorapa. Landscape Sys., 15: 71-74.
Singh, P.K., 1994. Ethnobotany: An approach of biodiversity conservation. Echo, 4: 4-6.
Singh, P.K., 1994. Fungi the global protein demand. Echo, 4: 31-32.
Singh, P.K., 1995. A comparative study in infected and uninfected culms of Zizania. J. Phytol. Res., 8: 161-163.
Singh, P.K., 1997. Wild Rice in Tropics (A Physico-Ecological Study). M.L. Gupta Rajesh Publications, New Delhi, Page: 184.
Singh, P.K., 2002. Medicinal Plants in Manipur. In: Environment and Change, Singh, R.P. (Ed.). Rajesh Publications, New Delhi, pp: 85-92.
Singh, P.K., 2002. Some Ethnobotanically Important Plants Available on the Phumdis of Loktak Lake. In: Management of Phumdis in Loktak Lake, Trisal, C.L. and T. Manihar (Eds.). Wetlands International, South Asia, ISBN: 9788187408017, pp: 37-42.
Singh, P.K., 2003. Distribution and Uses of Makhana in Manipur. In: Makhana, Mishra, R.K., V. Jha and P.V. Dehadri (Eds.). Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Krishi Anusadhan, Pusa, New Delhi, pp: 8-13.
Singh, P.K., 2007. Applied ethnobotanical research: An approach to maintain sustainability of bioresource in Manipur. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Recent Advances in Life Sciences, March 23-24, 2007, Manipur University, pp: 44-52.
Singh, P.K., 2008. Croton caudatus geisel. (Euphorbiaceae): A new record for Manipur, North-East India. Proceedings of MURC Seminar: A Two Day Seminar on the Present Scenario of Medicinal Plants in Manipur with Particular Reference to Anti-cancer Plants, July 24-25, 2008, Manipur University, Manipur, pp: 93-101.
Singh, P.K., 2008. Medicinal plants of Manipur: A potential sector of the state's economy. Altern. Perspect., 3: 61-79.
Singh, P.K., 2013. Medicinal Plants of Manipur: A Potential Sector of Economy. In: Quest for Development in Manipur, Community, Constraints and Contradictions, Thangjam, H. and H.I. Sharma (Eds.). Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp: 139-154.
Singh, P.K., 2014. Traditional Knowledge System and Practice of Folk Medicinal Plants of Manipur. In: Knowing Manipur from the Endogenous Perspective, Vol. 2, Traditional Knowledge and Economic System British Colonialism and Resistance, Singh, A.K., A. Sanasam and S. Phurailatpam (Eds.). Centre for Manipur Studies, Manipur University, Manipur, India, ISBN: 978-93-83201-11-2, pp: 361-379.
Singh, P.K., B. Elangbam and B.K.S. Huidrom, 2001. Wild Edible Aquatic Plants of Manipur Valley, India. In: Plant Diversity of the Himalaya, Pande, P.C. and S.S. Samant (Eds.)., Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital, pp: 513-522.
Singh, P.K., L.J. Singh and N.I. Singh, 1984. Leaf surface fungi of Zizania latifolia (Griseb.) Turcz. Cryptogamie Mycol., 5: 301-306.
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Singh, P.K., L.J. Singh and N.I. Singh, 1987. Water surface fungi of Zizania latifolia growing pond with respect to smut infection. Frontier Botanist, 1: 171-174.
Singh, P.K., M. Sanasam and V.D. Elangbam, 1999. Treatment of Dog-Bite Using Traditional Methods by the Meitei communities of Manipur. In: Health Care and Development of Medicinal Plants, Proceedings of National Conference on Health Care and Development of Herbal Medicines, August 29-30, 1997, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, M.P., Puri, S. and A.J. Williams (Eds.)., Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, India, pp: 29-41.
Singh, P.K., N.I. Singh and L.J. Singh, 1988. Ethnobotanical studies on wild edible plants in the markets of manipur-II. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 12: 113-119.
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Singh, P.K., P.N. Singh and B. Prasad, 1997. Biochemical changes in the haemolymph of healthy and uzifly infected larvae of Antheria proylei Jolly (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). Sericol. Paris, 37: 465-472.
Singh, P.K., S.D. Yumkham, S.D. Khomdram, Y.N. Devi, S.P. Devi, A.K. Devi and D.S. Ningombam, 2008. Croton caudatus geisel. (euphorbiaceae): A new record for Manipur, North-East India. Folia Malaysiana Malaysia, 9: 141-148.
Singh, P.K., S.P. Devi, K.K. Devi, D.S. Ningombam and P. Athokpam, 2010. Bambusa tulda Roxb. in Manipur State, India: Exploring the local values and commercial implications. Not. Sci. Biol., 2: 35-40.
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Singh, P.K., V.D. Elangbam and B.K.S. Huidrom, 2000. Ethnomedicinal Studies of some Plants used to Enhance Vocalism by the Traditional Meitei Singers of Manipur. In: Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants of Indian Subcontinent, Maheshwari, J.K. (Ed.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 629-635..
Singh, P.N., P.K. Singh, H. Subhra and B. Prasad, 1993. Effect of uzifly, Parasarcophaga knabi parker infestation on the free and protein bound amino acids in the Haemolymph of Antheria proylei jolly. (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). New Approaches Agric. Technol., 2: 399-402.
Singh, P.N., P.K. Singh, H. Subhra and B. Prasad, 1993. Effect of uzifly, parasarcophaga knabi parker infestation on the free and protein bound amino acids in the haemolymph of Antheria proylei Jolly. New Approaches Agric. Technol., 2: 399-402.
Singh, S.J., P.K. Singh, B.K. Dutta and U.K. Sahoo, 2009. Chemical composition and nutritive indices in Parkia roxburghii G. don, a leguminous plant of India. Indian J. Agric. Biochem., 22: 87-93.
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Singh, S.O. and P.K. Singh, 2008. Studies on the Disease Diversity Indices (DDI) in langol a mixed vegetation of Imphal West infected by Mealy bugs. J. Curr. Sci., 12: 287-289.
Singh, S.S., L.J. Singh and P.K. Singh, 2002. Toxic phanerogamic plants of Manipur. J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc., 99: 378-382.
Singh, T.B., A.K. Das and P.K. Singh, 2015. Study of alien and invasive flora of valley district of Manipur and their control. Int. J. Innovative Res. Sci. Technol., 1: 616-626.
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Williams, A.J. and S. Puri, 1999. Health Care and Development of Medicinal Plants. Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, M.P, Pages: 472.
Yumkham, S.D and P.K. Singh, 2012. A novel way for propagation of Huperziz squarrosa (G. Forst.) trev. Not. Sci. Biol., 4: 27-31.
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Yumkham, S.D and P.K. Singh, 2015. Spore morphological studies on two drynoids of manipur. Pleione, 9: 435-439.
Yumkham, S.D. and P.K. Singh, 2011. Huperzia squarrosa (G. Forst.) trev. (Lycopodiaceae) in Manipur. Int. J. Life. Sci. Taiwania, 56: 157-164.
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Yumkham, S.D. and P.K. Singh, 2013. Study on uses and trading of Huperzia squarrosa (G. Frost.) trevis. (lycopodiaceae) in Manipur, India. Ethnobotany Res. Appl., 11: 153-161.
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Yumkham, S.D., L. Chakpram, A. Benniamine and P.K. Singh, 2013. Discovery of Cyrtosia nana (Orchidaceae) in India. Taiwania, 58: 229 -232.
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Yumkham, S.D., L. Chakpram, S. Salam, M.K. Bhattacharya and P.K. Singh, 2017. Edible ferns and fern–allies of North East India: A study on potential wild vegetables. Gen. Resources Crop Evol., 64: 467-477.
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Yumkham, S.D., P.K. Singh and S.D. Khomdram, 2017. Observations on indusia in Adiantum L. (Pteridaceae: Vittarioideae) of North East India. Pleione, 11: 241-248.