Rana Pratap Singh
Rana Pratap Singh
Professor & Former Dean School for Environmental Sciences, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
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Jatropha curcas: A potential biofuel plant for sustainable environmental development
VC Pandey, K Singh, JS Singh, A Kumar, B Singh, RP Singh
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (5), 2870-2883, 2012
Role and regulation of L-glutamate dehydrogenase activity in higher plants
HS Srivastava, RP Singh
Phytochemistry 26 (3), 597-610, 1987
Genetically engineered bacteria: an emerging tool for environmental remediation and future research perspectives
JS Singh, PC Abhilash, HB Singh, RP Singh, DP Singh
Gene 480 (1-2), 1-9, 2011
Response of higher plants to lead contaminated environment
RP Singh, RD Tripathi, SK Sinha, R Maheshwari, HS Srivastava
Chemosphere 34 (11), 2467-2493, 1997
Arsenic hazards in coal fly ash and its fate in Indian scenario
VC Pandey, JS Singh, RP Singh, N Singh, M Yunus
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 55 (9-10), 819-835, 2011
Silicon mediates arsenic tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.) through lowering of arsenic uptake and improved antioxidant defence system
P Tripathi, RD Tripathi, RP Singh, S Dwivedi, D Goutam, M Shri, ...
Ecological engineering 52, 96-103, 2013
Increase in glutamate synthase (NADH) activity in maize seedlings in response to nitrate and ammonium nitrogen
RP Singh, HS Srivastava
Physiologia Plantarum 66 (3), 413-416, 1986
Growth, tolerance efficiency and phytoremediation potential of Ricinus communis (L.) and Brassica juncea (L.) in salinity and drought affected cadmium contaminated soil
K Bauddh, RP Singh
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 85, 13-22, 2012
Synthesis, characterization and role of zero-valent iron nanoparticle in removal of hexavalent chromium from chromium-spiked soil
R Singh, V Misra, RP Singh
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 13, 4063-4073, 2011
Differential response of oxidative stress and thiol metabolism in contrasting rice genotypes for arsenic tolerance
P Tripathi, A Mishra, S Dwivedi, D Chakrabarty, PK Trivedi, RP Singh, ...
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 79, 189-198, 2012
Cadmium Tolerance and Its Phytoremediation by Two Oil Yielding Plants Ricinus Communis (L.) and Brassica Juncea (L.) From The Contaminated Soil
K Bauddh, RP Singh
International Journal of Phytoremediation 14 (8), 772-785, 2012
Arsenate Exposure Affects Amino Acids, Mineral Nutrient Status and Antioxidants in Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Genotypes
S Dwivedi, RD Tripathi, P Tripathi, A Kumar, R Dave, S Mishra, R Singh, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (24), 9542-9549, 2010
Selenium ameliorates arsenic induced oxidative stress through modulation of antioxidant enzymes and thiols in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
A Kumar, RP Singh, PK Singh, S Awasthi, D Chakrabarty, PK Trivedi, ...
Ecotoxicology 23, 1153-1163, 2014
Removal of Cr (VI) by nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) from soil contaminated with tannery wastes
R Singh, V Misra, RP Singh
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 88, 210-214, 2012
Ricinus communis: A robust plant for bio-energy and phytoremediation of toxic metals from contaminated soil
K Bauddh, K Singh, B Singh, RP Singh
Ecological Engineering 84, 640-652, 2015
In vitro regeneration of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.): Stimulation of direct organogenesis and somatic embryogenesis by thidiazuron
BNS Murthy, J Victor, RP Singh, RA Fletcher, PK Saxena
Plant growth regulation 19, 233-240, 1996
Nitrate assimilation and biomass production in Sesamum indicuml. Seedlings in a lead enriched environment
G Kumar, RP Singh, Sushila
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 66, 163-171, 1993
Sushila (1992) Nitrate assimilation and biomass production in Sesamum indicum (L.) seedlings in lead enriched environment
G Kumar, RP Singh
Water Air Soil Pollut 66, 163-171, 0
Naturally growing Saccharum munja L. on the fly ash lagoons: a potential ecological engineer for the revegetation and stabilization
VC Pandey, K Singh, RP Singh, B Singh
Ecological Engineering 40, 95-99, 2012
Amendments of microbial biofertilizers and organic substances reduces requirement of urea and DAP with enhanced nutrient availability and productivity of wheat (Triticum …
S Kumar, K Bauddh, SC Barman, RP Singh
Ecological Engineering 71, 432-437, 2014
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