Prof. Joginder Singh
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Biological methods for textile dye removal from wastewater: A review
D Bhatia, NR Sharma, J Singh, RS Kanwar
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 47 (19), 1836-1876, 2017
Toxicity, degradation and analysis of the herbicide atrazine
S Singh, V Kumar, A Chauhan, S Datta, AB Wani, N Singh, J Singh
Environmental chemistry letters 16 (1), 211-237, 2018
Toxicity, monitoring and biodegradation of the fungicide carbendazim
S Singh, N Singh, V Kumar, S Datta, AB Wani, D Singh, K Singh, J Singh
Environmental chemistry letters 14 (3), 317-329, 2016
Agriculturally and industrially important fungi: current developments and potential biotechnological applications
D Kour, KL Rana, N Yadav, AN Yadav, J Singh, AA Rastegari, AK Saxena
Recent advancement in white biotechnology through fungi, 1-64, 2019
Plant microbiomes for sustainable agriculture
AN Yadav, J Singh, AA Rastegari, N Yadav
Springer, 2020
Potential of plant growth promoting traits by bacteria isolated from heavy metal contaminated soils
V Kumar, S Singh, J Singh, N Upadhyay
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 94 (6), 807-814, 2015
Earthworms, pesticides and sustainable agriculture: a review
S Datta, J Singh, S Singh, J Singh
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23 (9), 8227-8243, 2016
Toxicity, monitoring and biodegradation of organophosphate pesticides: a review
GK Sidhu, S Singh, V Kumar, DS Dhanjal, S Datta, J Singh
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 49 (13), 1135-1187, 2019
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Status of Medicinal Halophytes
N Mathur, J Singh, S Bohra, A Vyas
International Journal of Soil Science 2 (2), 119-127, 2007
Revealing on hydrogen sulfide and nitric oxide signals co‐ordination for plant growth under stress conditions
S Singh, V Kumar, D Kapoor, S Kumar, S Singh, DS Dhanjal, S Datta, ...
Physiologia Plantarum 168 (2), 301-317, 2020
Natural Bioactive Products in Sustainable Agriculture
J Singh
Springer Nature, 2020
Current advancement and future prospect of biosorbents for bioremediation
S Singh, V Kumar, S Datta, DS Dhanjal, K Sharma, J Samuel, J Singh
Science of The Total Environment 709, 135895, 2020
Efficient biodegradation of acephate by Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes PS-5 in the presence and absence of heavy metal ions [Cu (II) and Fe (III)], and humic acid
S Singh, V Kumar, N Upadhyay, J Singh, S Singla, S Datta
3 Biotech 7 (4), 262, 2017
Antioxidant enzymes regulation in plants in reference to reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS)
D Kapoor, S Singh, V Kumar, R Romero, R Prasad, J Singh
Plant Gene 19, 100182, 2019
Design, synthesis, and characterization of 2, 2-bis (2, 4-dinitrophenyl)-2-(phosphonatomethylamino) acetate as a herbicidal and biological active agent
V Kumar, S Singh, R Singh, N Upadhyay, J Singh
Journal of chemical biology 10 (4), 179-190, 2017
Synergistic effects of Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in bioremediation of iron contaminated soils
V Mishra, A Gupta, P Kaur, S Singh, N Singh, P Gehlot, J Singh
International journal of phytoremediation 18 (7), 697-703, 2016
Environmental exposure and health risks of the insecticide monocrotophos-a review
V Kumar, N Upadhyay, V Kumar, S Kaur, J Singh, S Singh, S Datta
Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences 5 (1), 111, 2014
Assessment of genotoxic effects of pesticide and vermicompost treated soil with Allium cepa test
S Datta, J Singh, J Singh, S Singh, S Singh
Sustainable Environment Research 28 (4), 171-178, 2018
Kinetic study of the biodegradation of glyphosate by indigenous soil bacterial isolates in presence of humic acid, Fe (III) and Cu (II) ions
S Singh, V Kumar, J Singh
Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 7 (3), 103098, 2019
Bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbon by using Pseudomonas species isolated from petroleum contaminated soil
V Kumar, S Singh, A Manhas, J Singh, S Singla, P Kaur
Oriental Journal of Chemistry 30 (4), 1771-1776, 2014
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