Dr. Subhash Chander, Professor & Principal Scientist
Dr. Subhash Chander, Professor & Principal Scientist
Division of Entomology, IARI, New Delhi 110012
Verified email at iari.res.in
TitleCited byYear
InfoCrop: a dynamic simulation model for the assessment of crop yields, losses due to pests, and environmental impact of agro-ecosystems in tropical environments. I. Model …
PK Aggarwal, N Kalra, S Chander, H Pathak
Agricultural systems 89 (1), 1-25, 2006
3282006
Marker assisted selection: a paradigm shift in Basmati breeding
AK Singh, S Gopalakrishnan, VP Singh, KV Prabhu, T Mohapatra, ...
Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 71 (2), 120, 2011
1242011
Analysis of yield trends of the rice-wheat system in north-western India
PK Aggarwal, SK Bandyopadhyay, H Pathak, N Kalra, S Chander, ...
Outlook on Agriculture 29 (4), 259-268, 2000
1142000
Assessing the vulnerability of Indian mustard to climate change
K Boomiraj, B Chakrabarti, PK Aggarwal, R Choudhary, S Chander
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 138 (3-4), 265-273, 2010
802010
InfoCrop: A generic simulation model for annual crops in tropical environments
PK Aggarwal, N Kalra, S Chander, H Pathak
Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi 132, 2004
542004
Impacts of climate change on agriculture
N Kalra, S Chander, H Pathak, PK Aggarwal, NC Gupta, M Sehgal, ...
Outlook on AGRICULTURE 36 (2), 109-118, 2007
402007
Changes in pest profiles in rice-wheat cropping system in Indo-gangetic plains
S Chander, PK Aggarwal, N Kalra, DN Swaruparani
Annals of Plant Protection Sciences 11 (2), 258-263, 2003
262003
Toxicity of various insecticides against Delhi and Palla population of brown plant hopper (Nilaparvata lugens)
C SRIVASTAVA, S Chander, SR Sinha, RK Palta
232009
Life table analysis of the mealybug, Phenacoccus solenopsis Tinsley (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) under laboratory conditions
BB Fand, RD Gautam, S Chander, SS Suroshe
Journal of Entomological Research 34 (2), 175-179, 2010
222010
Seasonal incidence and damage of major insect pests of pigeon pea, Cajanus cajan (L.)
M Sujithra, S Chander
Indian Journal of Entomology 76 (3), 202-206, 2014
212014
Agro-ecological zoning of brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens) incidence on rice (Oryza sativa).
DS Yadav, S Chander, K Selvaraj
J. Sci. Ind. Res. 69, 818-822, 2010
202010
Assessment of impact of climate change with reference to elevated CO 2 on rice brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stal.) and crop yield
NR Prasannakumar, S Chander, M Pal
Current Science, 1201-1205, 2012
192012
Behaviour of β-cyfluthrin and imidacloprid in mustard crop: Alternative insecticide for aphid control
M Gopal, I Mukherjee, S Chander
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 68 (3), 406-411, 2002
192002
A degree‐day simulation model for the population dynamics of the rice bug, Leptocorisa acuta (Thunb.)
G Reji, S Chander
Journal of applied entomology 132 (8), 646-653, 2008
182008
Population dynamics of major insect pests and their natural enemies in cabbage
V Venkateswarlu, RK Sharma, S Chander, SD Singh
Not Available, 2011
172011
Assessment of Brown Planthopper, (Nilaparvata lugens) [Stål], damage in rice using hyperspectral remote sensing
NR Prasannakumar, S Chander, RN Sahoo, VK Gupta
International journal of pest management 59 (3), 180-188, 2013
162013
Effect of insecticides on white fly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) and yellow mosaic virus in green gram, Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek
S CHANDER, Y SINGH
Indian journal of entomology 53 (2), 248-251, 1991
161991
Simulating rice stem borer, Scirpophaga incertulas Wlk., damage for developing decision support tools
G Reji, S Chander, PK Aggarwal
Crop protection 27 (8), 1194-1199, 2008
152008
Determination of multiple-species economic injury levels for rice insect pests
K Selvaraj, S Chander, M Sujithra
Crop protection 32, 150-160, 2012
142012
Infestation of root and foliage/earhead aphids on wheat (Triticum aestivum) in relation to predators
S CHANDER
Indian journal of agricultural science 68 (11), 754-755, 1998
141998
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