Shashi Bhushan Agrawal

Professor
Ph D (BHU)
Contact Information:
0542-6701126/ 2368156
Employee No. 16854

 
Academic Qualifications:
 
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.Agra University1974
2.M.Sc.Agra University1976
3.Ph. D.Banaras Hindu University1980
 
 
 
 
Brief write up on area of specialization:
 


Ecology & Environmental Science Involved in research to evaluate the impact of various abiotic stress factors on crop and medicinal plants (air pollutants (especially ozone), ultraviolet-B, heavy metals, etc.) by adopting various physiological, biochemical and molecular tools , biomonitoring of ozone, etc.


Contact Information:

0542-6701126/ 2368156
E-mail: sbagrawal56@gmail.com ; sbagrawal56@yahoo.com

 
Projects undertaken as PI/ Co PI: 07
Current Research Projects:
 
S. No. Name of the Project Duration Source Amount (in Rs)
1.INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTAL ULTRAVIOLET –B IRRADIATION AND MINERAL NUTRIENTS ON SELECTED CROP PLANTS..MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT, ICAR, NEW DELHI ..
2.EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION ON PERIURBAN AGRICULTURE AND ROLE OF NUTRIENT STATUS IN MODIFYING THE PLANT RESPONSE’S PATTERN..CSIR , NEW DELHI..
3.IMPACT OF OZONE ON GROWTH, REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT AND YIELD OF SOME IMPORTANT CROP PLANTS(P/I)2006-2009CSIR, NEW DELHI18 LAKHS APPROX
4.EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTAL ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ON SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS..UGC, NEW DELHI..
5.INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CARBON DIOXIDE AND OZONE ON SELECTED CROP PLANTS..COUNCIL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, U.P...
6.USE OF ETHYLENE DIUREA (EDU) AS A RESEARCH TOOL IN MONITORING AND ANALYSIS OF OZONE IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS AND IMPACT OF OZONE ON SELECTED CROP PLANTS UNDER AMBIENT AND ELEVATED CONDITIONS..MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS, NEW DELHI ..

Additional Information/ Achievements:
  1. Visiting Scientist, USDA/ARS, Beltsville Agriculture Research Centre,MD,USA

  2. Member, Editorial Board, Plant Archives

  3. Member, Reviewer’s panel, J. Environmental Biology

  4. Associate Editor, Int. Journal “Physiology & Molecular Biology of Plants”, Springer

  5. Fellow, National Institute of Ecology, India


Awards:


Gold Medal for getting position in M.Sc.

 

List of 10 major Publications:

  1. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, S. and Agrawal,M. (2009).Ultraviolet-Binduced changes in gene expression and antioxidants in plants. Advances in Botanical Research (Elsevier) 52:47-86.

  2. Sarkar, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Elevated ozone and two modern wheat cultivars: an assessment of dose dependent sensitivity with respect to growth, reproductive and yield parameters" Environmental and Experimental Botany. 69:328-337.

  3. Singh, Poonam, Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2009). Evaluation of physiological, growth and yield responses of a tropical oil crop (Brassica campestris L. var. Kranti) under ambient ozone pollution at varying NPK levels. Environmental Pollution.157: 871-880.

  4. Sarkar, Abhijit; Rakwal, Randeep; Agrawal, Shashi Bhushan; Shibato, Junko; Ogawa, Yoko; Yoshida, Yasukazu; Agrawal, Ganesh; Agrawal, Madhoolika (2010). Investigating the impact of elevated levels of ozone on tropical wheat using integrated phenotypical, physiological, biochemical and proteomics approaches. Journal of Proteome Research (In press).

  5. Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Impact of tropospheric ozone on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the eastern Gangetic plains of India as assessed by ethylenediurea (EDU) application during different developmental stages. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 138: 214-221.

  6. S.B. Agrawal and Shweta Mishra (2009). Effects of supplemental Ultraviolet-B irradiation and cadmium on growth, antioxidants and yield of Pisum sativum L., Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety.72: 610-618.

  7. Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2009). Differential protection of Ethylenediurea (EDU) against ambient ozone for five cultivars of tropical wheat. Environ. Pollution. 157: 2359-2367.

  8. Sarkar, A. and Agrawal,S.B. (2010). Identification of ozone stress in Indian rice through foliar injury and differential protein profile. Environ. Monit. Assess. 161:205-215.

  9. Kumari Rima, Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Dubey, N.K.(2009). Supplemental ultraviolet-B induced changes in essential oil composition and total phenolics of Acorus calamus l. (sweet flag). Ecotoxico. & Environ. Safety.,72: 2013-2019.

  10. Singh, A., Sharma, R.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2008). Effects of fly ash incorporation on heavy metal accumulation, growth and yield responses of Beta vulgaris plants. Bioresource Technology, 99(15): 7200-7207.

 

Full list of publications:

A. Books:

  1. Edited “Environmental Pollution and Plant Responses”, CRC/ Lewis, Boca Rotan, U. S. A., 2000 (with M. Agrawal).

  2. Edited "Cytology, Genetics & Molecular Biology of Algae" SPB Academic Publishing bv, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1996 (with B. R. Chaudhary).

A. Full Papers:

  1. Takshak, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2018). Effects of Supplemental Ultraviolet-B radiation and indole-3-acetic acid on Coleus forskohlii Briq.: Alterations in morphological-, physiological-, and biochemical characteristics and essential oil content. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 147: 313-326.

  2. Fatima, A., Singh, A.A, Mukherjee, A., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2018). Variability in defense mechanism operating in three wheat cultivars having different levels of sensitivity against elevated ozone. Environmental and Experimental Botany 155: 66-78.

  3. Singh, A.A., Agrawal, S.B., Shahi, J.P. and Agrawal, M. (2018). Yield and kernel nutritional quality in normal maize and quality protein maize cultivars exposed to ozone. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. DOI:10.1002/jsfa.9414 (In press).

  4. Singh, A.A, Fatima, A., Mishra, A., Chaudhary, N., Mukherjee, A., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2018). Assessment of ozone toxicity among 14 Indian wheat cultivars under field conditions: growth and productivity" in Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 190 DOI: 10.1007/s10661-018-6563-0 (Online).

  5. Hamid, A., Singh,S., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2018) Heteropogon contortus BL-1 (Pilli grass) and elevated UV-B radiation: The role of growth, physiological and biochemical traits in determining forage productivity and quality. Photochemistry and Photobiology DOI:10.1111/php.12990 (In press).

  6. Fatima, A., Singh, A.A, Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2018) Effect of elevated O3 on rhizospheric enzymatic activities of ozone sensitive and tolerant wheat cultivars, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science. DOI:10.1080/03650340.2018.1448929. (In press).

  7. Pandey, A.K., Annesha Ghosh, M. Agrawal and S.B. Agrawal (2018) Effect of elevated ozone and varying levels of soil nitrogen in two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars: Growth, gas-exchange antioxidant status and grain yield and quality. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 158: 59-68.

  8. Chaudhary, K.K., Chaudhary, N., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2018) Reactive Oxygen Species: Generation, Damage, and Quenching in Plants During Stress, In: Reactive Oxygen Species in Plants: Boon Or Bane - Revisiting the Role of ROS. Eds: Singh, V.P., Singh, S., Tripathi, D.K., Prasad, S.M., and Chauhan, D.K., John Wiley and Sons Ltd., pp. 89-115.

  9. Ghosh, A.A. Singh, M. Agrawal and S.B. Agrawal (2018) Ozone toxicity and remediation in crop plants, In: Agricultural Reviews. Ed: Lichtfouse, E., Springer (In press).

  10. Singh, A.A., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal,S.B. (2018) Responses of Zea mays L. cultivars 'Buland' and 'Prakash' to an antiozonant ethylene diurea grown under ambient and elevated levels of ozone. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, DOI: 10.1007/s11738-018-2666-z (In press).

  11. Mills, G., Sharps, K., Simpson, D., Pleijel, H., Broberg, M., Uddling, J., Jaramillo, F., Davies,W., Dentener, F., Berg, M., Agrawal, M., Agrawal, S.B.; Ainsworth, E., Büker, P., Emberson, L., Feng, Z., Harmens, H.,Hayes, F., Kobayashi, K., Paoletti, E., van Dingenen, R. (2018) Ozone pollution will compromise efforts to increase global wheat production, Global Change Biology, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14157

  12. Singh, S., Singh Poonam, Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2018) Use of Ethylene diurea (EDU) in identifying indicator cultivars of Indian clover against ambient ozone. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 147: 1046-1055.

  13. Srivastava, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Mondal, M.K..(2018).Synthesis, characterization and application of Lagerstroemia speciosa embedded magnetic nanoparticle for Cr(VI) adsorption from aqueous solution. Journal of Environmental Sciences (JES-D-16-00895R1), In press.

  14. Srivastava, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Mondal, M.K. (2018) Fixed bed column adsorption of Cr(VI) from aqueous solution using nanosorbents derived from magnetite impregnated Phaseolus vulgaris husk. Environmental Progress (In press).

  15. Pandey,A.K., Annesha Ghosh, K. Rai, Adeeb Fatima, M. Agrawal and S.B. Agrawal (2018) Abiotic stress in plants: A general outline, In: Plant Tolerance to Environmental Stress: Role of Exogenous Phytoprotectants. Ed: Hasanuzzaman, M. et al. Taylor and Francis/CRC (In press).

  16. Singh, S., Abdul H., M. Agrawal and S.B. Agrawal (2018). Coordination and auto-propagation of ROS signaling in plants, In: Plant Tolerance to Environmental Stress: Role of Exogenous Phytoprotectants. Ed.: Hasanuzzaman, M. et al., Taylor and Francis/CRC, (In press).

  17. Chaudhary, K.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2017) UV-B radiation: Threat to the growth of legumes and impact on rhizobial and mycorrhizal associationship, In: Sustainable Agriculture Reviews, Vol. 22, Springer, pp. 115-162.

  18. Takshak, Swabha. and Agrawal, S.B. (2017). Exogenous application of indole acetic acid alleviates the effects of supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation in the medicinal plant Withania somnifera Dunal., Plant Biology (In press).

  19. Verma, K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2017). Salicylic acid mediated defense signaling in respect to its perception, alteration and transduction. In: Salicylic acid: A multifaceted hormone. Eds.: Nazar, R. et al., Springer Nature, Singapore, pp. 97-122.

  20. Singh, S., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2017) Modification in spinach response to UV-B radiation by nutrient management: pigments, antioxidants and metabolites. Ind. J. Exp. Biology, IJEB/MS/LoA/2017/EB150727-2 (Accepted).

  21. Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2017). Harmful effects of ecosystem impairment on human health. In: Environmental Issues surrounding human overpopulation. Eds.: Singh, R.P., Singh, A. and Srivastava, V., IGI Global, USA, pp. 224-232.

  22. Pandey, D., Sarkar, A., Agrawal,S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2017) Separation of humic acids isolated from tropical soils through modified denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. In: Agricultural Research, Springer, 6 (2), pp. 179-184.

  23. Takshak S, and Agrawal S.B., 2017. Effect of Supplemental Ultraviolet-B Radiation on Withania somniofera L. (Dunal): An Appraisal of Morphological, Physiological, and Biochemical Characteristics. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 55:845-852.

  24. Singh, A.A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2017). Tropospheric ozone pollution in India: effects on crop yield and product quality Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24: 4367-4382.

  25. Srivastava, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Mondal, M.K. (2016) Animal wastes: An alternative adsorbent for removal of toxic heavy metals from industrial waste water. J. Scientific Research 60: 65-72.

  26. Chaudhary, K.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2016) Assessment of fatty acid profile and seed mineral nutrients of two soybean (Glycine max L.) cultivars under elevated ultraviolet-B: Role of ROS, pigments and antioxidants" Photochemistry and Photobiology, 92: 134-143.

  27. Takshak, Swabha. and Agrawal, S.B. (2016). The Role of Supplemental Ultraviolet-B Radiation in Altering the Metabolite Profile, Essential Oil Content and Composition, and Free Radical Scavenging Activities of Coleus forskohlii, an Indigenous Medicinal Plant Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23: 7324-7337.

  28. Rai, R., Agrawal, M. and S.B. Agrawal (2016). Impact of tropospheric ozone on reproductive growth and developments of plants- A review. Int. J. Plant Reproductive Biology 8(2): 186-196.

  29. Takshak, Swabha. and Agrawal, S.B. (2016) Ultraviolet-B radiation: A potent elicitor of phenylpropanoid pathway compounds. J. Scientific Research BHU, 60: 79-96.

  30. Srivastava, S., Mondal, M.K.. and Agrawal, S.B. (2016).Characterization, isotherm and kinetic study of Phaseolus vulgaris husk as an innovative adsorbent for Cr(VI) removal. The Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 33(2): 567-575.

  31. Rai, R., Aditya Abha Singh, Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2016) Tropospheric O3: a cause of concern for terrestrial plants, In: Plant Responses to Air Pollution. Eds.: Kulshrestha, U. and Saxena, P., Springer, Singapore, pp. 165-195.

  32. Gautam, Meenu., Pandey, D., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2016) Metals from mining and metallurgical industries and their toxicological impacts on plants, In: Plant Responses to Xenobiotics. Eds.: Singh et al., Springer Nature, Singapore, pp. 231-272.

  33. Mukherjee, A., S.B. Agrawal and Agrawal, M. (2016) Heavy metal accumulation potential and tolerance in tree and grass species, In: Plant Responses to Xenobiotics. Eds.: Singh et al., Springer Nature, Singapore, pp. 177-210.

  34. Rai, Richa, Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2016) Impact of heavy metals on physiological processes of plants: with special reference to photosynthetic system, In: Plant Responses to Xenobiotics. Eds.: Singh et al., Springer Nature, Singapore, pp. 127-140.

  35. Chaudhary, N. and Agrawal, S.B. (2015) The role of elevated ozone on growth, yield and seed quality amongst six cultivars of mung bean. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 111: 286-294.

  36. Takshak, Swabha. and Agrawal, S.B. (2015). Defense strategies adopted by the medicinal plant Coleus forskohlii against supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation: augmentation of secondary metabolites and antioxidants Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 97: 124-138.

  37. Srivastava, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Mondal, M.K.. (2015).Biosorption isotherms and kinetics on removal of Cr(VI) using native and chemically modified Lagerstroemia speciosa bark. Ecological Engineering 85: 56-66.

  38. Srivastava, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Mondal, M.K. (2015) Chromium (VI) pollution in hydrosphere: its impact on human being s and remediation by adsorption, In: Physical, chemical and biological treatment processes. Ed.: Sen, T.K. Nova Science Publishers Inc., USA, pp. 79-93.

  39. Mishra, A.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2015) Biochemical and physiological characteristics of tropical mung bean (Vigna radiata L.) cultivars against chronic ozone stress: an insight to cultivar specific response. Protoplasma., 252: 797-811.

  40. Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2015) Responses of pea plants to elevated UV-B radiation at varying nutrient levels: N-metabolism, carbohydrate pool, total phenolics and yield. Functional Plant Biology 42 (11), 1045-1056.

  41. Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2015) Role of light in plant development. Int. J. Plant and Environment 1: 42-56.

  42. Tripathi, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2016) Effect of supplemental UV-B on yield, seed quality, oil content and fatty acid composition of Brassica campestris L. under natural field conditions. Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops and Foods DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3920/QAS2013.02908(1), pp. 11–20.

  43. Takshak, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2015) Alterations in Metabolite Profile and Free-radical Scavenging Activities of Withania somnifera Leaf and Root Extracts under Supplemental Ultraviolet-B Radiation. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, Ms. No. ACPP-D-15-00557R2 (Accepted).

  44. Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2015).Plant response to UV-B: From tolerance to toxicity. In: Stress responses in plants. Eds: Tripathi, B.N. and Muller, M., Springer Int. Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 199-215.

  45. Sarkar, A., A.A. Singh, S.B. Agrawal, Ahmad,A., Pandey Rai, S. (2015) Cultivar specific variations in antioxidative defense system, genome and proteome of two tropical rice cultivars against ambient and elevated ozone. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 115: 101-115.

  46. Rai, R., Choudhary, K.K., Agrawal; S. B., Emberson, L., Büker, P. (2015) Application of Ethylene diurea (EDU) in assessing the response of a tropical soybean cultivar to ambient O3: Nitrogen metabolism, antioxidants, reproductive development and yield. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 112: 29-38.

  47. Chaudhary, K.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2015) Effect of elevated ultraviolet-B on four tropical soybean cultivars: Quantitative and qualitative aspects with special emphasis on gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence, biomass and yield. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum. 37, 1-12.

  48. Srivastava, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Mondal, M.K. (2015) A review on progress of heavy metal removal using adsorbents of microbial and plant origin. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22: 15386-15415.

  49. Chaudhary, K.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Cultivar specificity of tropical mung bean (Vigna radiata L.) to elevated ultraviolet-B: Changes in antioxidative defense system, nitrogen metabolism and accumulation of jasmonic and salicylic acids. Environmental and Experimental Botany 99: 122-132.

  50. Takshak, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Secondary Metabolites and Phenylpropanoid Pathway Enzymes as Influenced under Supplemental Ultraviolet-B Radiation in Withania somnifera Dunal, an Indigenous Medicinal plant. J. Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 140:332-343.

  51. Singh, A.A., Agrawal, S.B., Shahi, J.P. and Agrawal, M. (2014) Investigating the response of tropical maize (Zea mays L.) cultivars against elevated levels of ozone at two developmental stages. Ecotoxicology 23: 1447-1463.

  52. Takshak, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014). Effect of supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation on the production of reactive oxygen species and enzymatic antioxidant response in leaves and roots of Withania somnifera (Dunal), an indigenous medicinal plant. Biologia Plantarum 58(2): 328-334.

  53. Chaudhary, K.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Ultraviolet-B induced changes in morphological, physiological and biochemical parameters of two cultivars of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 100: 178-187.

  54. Singh, S., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Differences in responses of summer and winter spinach to elevated UV-B at varying soil NPK levels. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 21: 6099-6107.

  55. Mishra, A.K.. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014). Cultivar specific response of CO2 fertilization on two tropical mung bean (Vigna radiata L.) cultivars: ROS generation, antioxidant status, physiology, growth, yield and seed quality. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. 200:273-289.

  56. Poonam Singh, Agrawal, M., Agrawal, S.B., Singh, S. and Singh, A. (2014) Genotypic differences in utilization of nutrients in wheat under ambient ozone concentrations: growth, biomass and yield. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 199: 26-33.

  57. Singh, S., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) UVR8 mediated plant protective responses under low UV-B radiation leading to photosynthetic acclimation, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology. 137: 67-76.

  58. Chaudhary, N. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Cultivar specific variations in morphological and biochemical characteristics of mung bean due to foliar spray of ascorbic acid under elevated Ozone, Acta Physiologiae Plantarum , 36:1793-1803.

  59. Singh, S., Sarkar, A., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2014) Impact of ambient and supplemental Ultraviolet-B stress on kidney bean plants: an insight to oxidative stress management. Protoplasma, 251: 1395-1405.

  60. Singh, S., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Impact of Ultraviolet-B radiation on photosynthetic capacity, antioxidative potential and metabolites in Solanum tuberosum L. under varying levels of soil NPK. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 36(6): 1441-1453.

  61. Mishra, S., Nailwal, T.K. and S. B. Agrawal (2014) Study on Individual and Interactive effects of Supplemental UV-B radiation and heavy metals on Spinacea oleracea. J. Environmental Biology 35: 333-340.

  62. Chaudhary, N. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Role of gamma radiation in changing phytotoxic effect of elevated level of ozone in Trifolium alexandrinum L. (Clover). Atmospheric Pollution Research 5: 104-112.

  63. Sharma, R.K. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Responses of Beta vulgaris (Indian palak) exposed to cadmium and zinc through soil drenching. J. Environmental Biology. 35(4): 727-732.

  64. Singh, Abha; Singh, Shalini; Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2015) Assessment of Ethylene Diurea-induced protection in plants against Ozone phytotoxicity, RECT, vol. 233 : 129-184.

  65. Rathore, D. and Agrawal, S.B. (2014) Interactive effect of ultraviolet-B and mineral nutrients on accumulation and translocation of trace elements in wheat crop. J. Environ. Biol. 35: 505-511.

  66. Singh, A.A., Agrawal, S.B., Shahi, J.P. and Agrawal, M. (2014) Assessment of growth and yield losses in two Zea mays L. cultivars (Quality protein maize and non quality protein maize) under projected levels of ozone. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 21(4): 2628-2641.

  67. Singh, S., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2013) Differential sensitivity of spinach and amaranthus to enhanced UV-B at varying soil nutrient levels: Association with gas exchange, UV-B absorbing compounds and membrane damage. J. Photosynthesis Research.115, 123-138.

  68. Chaudhary, N. and Agrawal, S.B. (2013). Intraspecific responses of six Indian clover cultivars under ambient and elevated levels of ozone. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20: 5318-5329.

  69. Chaudhary, K.K., Pandey, D. and Agrawal, S.B. (2013)Deterioration of rhizospheric soil health due to elevated ultraviolet-B, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 59 (10): 1419-1437.

  70. Mishra, A., Rai, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2013) Differential response of dwarf and tall tropical wheat cultivars to elevated ozone with and without carbon dioxide enrichment: Growth, yield and grain quality. Field Crops Research, 145: 21-32.

  71. Rima Kumari and Agrawal, S.B. (2013) Assessment of litter degradation in medicinal plants subjected to Ultraviolet-B radiation. J. Environmental Biology. 34(4): 739-745.

  72. Sarkar, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2013). Monitoring of tropospheric ozone over different geo-and topo-graphical regions of Indian sub-continent: Its consequences with global climate change, food security and safety, In: Interdisciplinary Advances in Environmental and Earth System Studies. Eds.: Sharma, P.R., Yadava, R.S. and Sharma, V.N., RK Books, New Delhi, pp.189-197.

  73. Agrawal, S.B. (2013). Biological abatement of Air pollution and design of green belts for quality management, In: Environment Asia. Eds: Pal, A., Yunus, M. and Ahmad, K.J. (Eds.), Shree Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi, pp. 316-336.

  74. Mishra, A.K., Rai, Richa and Agrawal, S. B. (2013) Individual and interactive effects of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on tropical wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars with special emphasis on ROS generation and activation of antioxidant defense system. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 50: 139-149.

  75. Tripathi, R., Srivastava, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2013) Interactive effects of Ultraviolet-B with other abiotic stress factors on plants. J. Scientific Research B.H.U., 57: 85-114.

  76. Ruchika Tripathi and S B Agrawal (2013) Evaluation of changes in lipid peroxidation, ROS production, surface structures, secondary metabolites and yield of linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) under individual and combined stress of ultraviolet-B and ozone using open top chambers. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 50: 318-325.

  77. Chaudhary, N.,Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2013) Assessment of six Indian cultivars of mung bean against Ozone by using foliar injury index and changes in carbon assimilation, gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence and photosynthetic pigments. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185: 7793-7807.

  78. Rai, R., Sarkar, A., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2013). Evaluation of tropospheric O3 effects on global agriculture: A new insight, In: Improving Crop Productivity in Sustainable Agriculture. Eds.: Tuteja, N., Gill, S.S. and Tuteja, R., Wiley Blackwel-VCH Verlag and Co., KGaA, Weinheim, Germany, pp. 69-105.

  79. Kumari, R., Prasad, M.N.V. and S.B. Agrawal (2013) Growth and defense metabolism of plants exposed to ultraviolet-B radiation, In: Sustainable Agriculture Reviews. Ed: Lichtfouse, E., Springer, Netherlands.

  80. Tripathi, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2013) Interactive effect of supplemental ultraviolet-B and elevated ozone on seed yield and oil quality of two cultivars of linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) carried out in open top chambers. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 93: 1016-1025.

  81. Singh, S., Kumari, R., Agrawal, S. B., Agrawal, M. (2012). Differential response of radish plants to supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation under varying NPK levels: chlorophyll fluorescence, gas exchange and antioxidants. Physiologia Plantarum 145: 474-484.

  82. Tripathi, Ruchika and Agrawal, S.B. (2012)Effects of ambient and elevated level of ozone on Brassica campestris L. with special reference to yield and oil quality parameters. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 85: 1-12.

  83. Pandey, D., Jha, R.R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2012).Field study on individual and interactive effects of cadmium and zinc on soil microbial biomass carbon and soil organic carbon, Ind. J. Plant Pathology, 30(1 and 2): 25-28.

  84. Singh, P., Singh, S., M. Agrawal and Agrawal, S.B. (2012). Assessment of the interactive effects of ambient O3 and NPK levels on two tropical mustard varieties (Brassica campestris L.) under natural field conditions using open top chambers. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 184: 5863-5874. Singh, A., Sarkar, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2012).Assessing the potential impact of fly ash amendments on Indian paddy field with special emphasis on growth, yield and grain quality of three rice cultivars. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment184: 4799-4814.

  85. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, A. and Sarkar, A. (2012) Impact of coal based fly ash as soil supplement in modern day agriculture: An integrated assessment from soil health to crop yield. In:Current Topics in Environmental Science. Ed.: Sharma, B.M., Oxford Book Co., Jaipur-New Delhi, pp. 1-32.

  86. Singh, M., Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2012) Intraspecific responses of six cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation under field conditions. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 34: 65-74.

  87. Tripathi, R., Sarkar, A., Rai, S., Agrawal, S.B. (2011) Supplemental Ultraviolet-B and Ozone: Impact on antioxidants, proteome and genome of linseed (Linum usitatissimum L. cv Padmini. Plant Biology 13: 93-104.

  88. Sarkar, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2012) Evaluating the response of two high yielding Indian rice cultivars against ambient and elevated levels of ozone by using open top chambers. Journal of Environmental Management 95: S19-S24.

  89. Rai, R., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011) Effects of ambient O3 on wheat during reproductive development: Gas exchange, photosynthetic pigments, chlorophyll fluorescence and carbohydrates. Photosynthetica 49(2):285-294.

  90. Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011) Ambient ozone and two black gram cultivars: An assessment of amelioration by the use of ethylenediurea (EDU). Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 33: 2399-2411.

  91. Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011) Cultivar Specific Response of Soybean (Glycine max L.) to Ambient and Elevated Concentrations of Ozone under Open Top Chambers. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 217:283-302.

  92. Rai, R., Rajput, M., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011) Gaseous air pollutants: A review on current and future trends of emissions and impact on agriculture. J. Scientific Research B.H.U., 55: 77-102.

  93. Cho K, Tiwari S, Agrawal S.B., Torres NL, Agrawal M, Sarkar A, Shibato J, Agrawal GK, Kubo A and Rakwal R (2011) Troposphere ozone and plants: Absorption, responses and consequences. RECT 212: 61-111.

  94. Kumari, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011). Comparative analysis of essential oil composition and oil containing glands in Ocimum sanctum L. (Holy basil) under ambient and supplemental level of UV-B through Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) and Scanning electron microscopy(SEM).Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 33: 1093-1101.

  95. Singh, S., Kumari, R., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal S.B. (2011). Modification in growth, biomass and yield of radish under supplemental UV-B at different NPK levels. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 74: 897-903.

  96. Singh, P., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011). Differences in ozone sensitivity at different NPK levels of three tropical varieties of mustard (Brassica campestris L.): Photosynthetic pigments, metabolites and antioxidants. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 214:435-450.

  97. Singh, S., Kumari, R., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011). Growth, yield and tuber quality of Solanum tuberosum L. under supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation at different NPK levels. Plant Biology 13:508-516.

  98. Zargar, S.M., Nazir, M., Kyoungwon Cho, Dea-Wook Kim, Oliver Andrzej Hodgson Jones, A. Sarkar, S. B. Agrawal, Junko Shibato, Akihiro Kubo, Nam-Soo Jwa, G. K. Agrawal and R. Rakwal (2011). Impact of Climatic Changes on Crop Agriculture: OMICS for Sustainability and Next Generation Crops. In: Sustainable Agriculture and New Bio-Technologies" (OMICS). Ed.: Benkeblia, N. CRC Press (USA), pp. 453-477.

  99. Kumari, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011). Supplemental Ultraviolet-B stress effects on growth, pigments and gas exchange in holy basil plants. J. Holistic Environment 1(1): 1-2.

  100. Tripathi, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011) Biomass and yield as important indicators of crop sensitivity to ultraviolet-B: a review. J. Holistic Environment 1(1): 22-26.

  101. Singh, R., Singh, S., Tripathi, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2011) Supplemental UV-B radiation induced changes in growth, pigments and antioxidant pool of bean (Dolichos lablab) under field conditions. J. Environ. Biology 32:139-145.

  102. Kumari, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010) Supplemental UV-B induced changes in leaf morphology, physiology and secondary metabolites of an Indian aromatic plant Cymbopogon citratus (D.C.) Staph under natural field conditions. Int. J. Environmental Studies 67(5):655-675.

  103. Singh, A., Katiyar, D. and Agrawal, SB. (2011) Reclamation and Management of Saline and Alkali Soils. In: Recent Progress in Environmental Biology. Ed: Sharma, B.M., Oxford and Co., New Delhi, pp. 1-13.

  104. Sarkar, Abhijit; Rakwal, Randeep; Agrawal, Shashi Bhushan; Shibato, Junko; Ogawa, Yoko; Yoshida, Yasukazu; Agrawal, Ganesh; Agrawal, Madhoolika (2010). Investigating the impact of elevated levels of ozone on tropical wheat using integrated phenotypical, physiological, biochemical and proteomics approaches. Journal of Proteome Research 9(9): 4565-4584.

  105. Sarkar, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010) Elevated ozone and two modern wheat cultivars: an assessment of dose dependent sensitivity with respect to growth, reproductive and yield parameters. Environmental and Experimental Botany 69:328-337.

  106. Singh,S., Singh,P., S.B. Agrawal and Agrawal, M. (2010) Screening three cultivars of Vigna mungo L. against ozone by application of ethylenediurea (EDU. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 73: 1765-1775.

  107. Singh, Anupma and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Response of mung bean cultivars to fly ash: growth and yield. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 73(8): 1950-1958.

  108. Mishra, S., Singh, S., Sharma, R.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). The interactive effect of heavy metals and UV-B radiation on two cucumber cultivars. Turk. J. Biol. 34: 367-378.

  109. Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Impact of tropospheric ozone on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the eastern Gangetic plains of India as assessed by ethylenediurea (EDU) application during different developmental stages. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 138: 214-221.

  110. Singh, A., Singh, S., Sarkar, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Investigation of supplemental ultraviolet-B induced changes in anti-oxidative defense system and leaf proteome in radish (Raphanus sativus L. cv Truthful): an insight to plant response under high oxidative stress. Protoplasma 245:75-83.

  111. Rai, R., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010) Threat to food security under current levels of ground level ozone: a case study for Indian cultivars of rice. Atmospheric Environment 44:4272-4282.

  112. Singh, Shalini, Kaur Dalbir, Agrawal S. B., Agrawal, M. (2010) Responses of two cultivars of Trifolium repens L. to different dosages of ethylenediurea in relation to ambient ozone. J. Environ. Sciences 22(7): 1096-1103.

  113. Kumari, R., Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010) Responses of Ultraviolet-B induced antioxidant defense system in a medicinal plant, Acorus calamus. J. Environ. Biol. 31: 907-911.

  114. Sharma, R.K., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Physiological, Biochemical and Growth responses of Lady's Finger (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) plants as affected by Cd contaminated Soil. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 84:765-770.

  115. Sharma, R.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010) Responses of Abelmoschus esculentus L. (lady’s finger) to elevated levels of Zn and Cd. Tropical Ecology 51(2S):389-396.

  116. Sarkar, A. and Agrawal,S.B. (2010). Identification of ozone stress in Indian rice through foliar injury and differential protein profile. Environ. Monit. Assess. 161:205-215.

  117. Agrawal,S.B., Singh,S., Tripathi, R. and Agrawal, M. (2010). Defense Strategies of Plants against UV-B induced Oxidative stress. In: Oxidative Stress in Plants: Causes, Consequences and Tolerance. Eds.: Anjum N., Umar, S. and Altaf A., I.K. International, New Delhi, pp. 373-397.

  118. Sharma, R.K., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Physiological and biochemical responses resulting from cadmium and zinc accumulation in carrot plants. Journal of Plant Nutrition 33 (7): 1066-1079.

  119. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, S. and Agrawal,M.(2009).Ultraviolet-B induced changes in gene expression and antioxidants in plants. Advances in Botanical Research (Elsevier) 52: 47-86.

  120. Kumari, R., S.B. Agrawal, Abhijit Sarkar (2009). Evaluation of changes in oil cells and composition of essential oil in Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus (D.C.) Stapf.) due to supplemental Ultraviolet–B irradiation. Current Science, 97(8):1137-1142.

  121. Zargar, S.M., Nazir, M., Kyoungwon Cho, Dea-Wook Kim, Oliver Andrzej Hodgson Jones, A. Sarkar, S. B. Agrawal, Junko Shibato, Akihiro Kubo, Nam-Soo Jwa, G. K. Agrawal and R. Rakwal (2010). Impact of Climatic Changes on Crop Agriculture: OMICS for Sustainability and Next Generation Crops. In:Sustainable Agriculture and New Bio-Technologies" (OMICS). Ed.N. BENKEBLIA. CRC Press (USA) (In press).

  122. Shalini, Kaur Dalbir, Agrawal S. B., Agrawal, M. (2009). Responses of two cultivars of Trifolium repens L. to different dosages of ethylenediurea (EDU) in relation to ambient ozone. J.Environ.Science (In press).

  123. Singh, S., Kumari, R., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2009).Modification of growth and yield responses of Amaranthus tricolor L. to sUV-B under varying mineral nutrient supply. Scientia Horticulturae. 120:173-180.

  124. Singh, Poonam, Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2009). Evaluation of physiological, growth and yield responses of a tropical oil crop (Brassica campestris L. var. Kranti) under ambient ozone pollution at varying NPK levels. Environmental Pollution.157: 871-880.

  125. S.B. Agrawal and Shweta Mishra (2009). Effects of supplemental Ultraviolet-B irradiation and cadmium on growth, antioxidants and yield of Pisum sativum L., Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety.72: 610-618.

  126. Singh, Suruchi, Agrawal, M., Agrawal, S.B., Emberson, L. and Buker, P. (2009). Use of ethylenediurea for assessing the impact of ozone on mungbean plants at arural site in a dry tropical region of India. Int. J. Environment & Waste Management. 5(1/2): 125-139.

  127. Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2009). Use of ethylenediurea in assessing the impact of ozone on growth and productivity of five cultivars of Indian wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Environ. Monit. Assess. 159: 125-141.

  128. Kumari Rima, Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2009).Combined effects of Psoralens and untraviolet-B on growth , pigmentation and biochemical parameters of Abelmoschus esculentus L. Ecotoxicol. & Environ. Safety. 72:1129-1136.

  129. Sarkar, A. and Agrawal,S.B. (2010). Identification of ozone stress in Indian rice through foliar injury and differential protein profile. Environ. Monit. Assess. 161:205-215.

  130. Kumari Rima, Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Dubey, N.K.(2009). Supplemental ultraviolet-B induced changes in essential oil composition and total phenolics of Acorus calamus l. (sweet flag). Ecotoxico. & Environ. Safety.,72: 2013-2019.

  131. Singh, S., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2009). Differential protection of Ethylenediurea (EDU) against ambient ozone for five cultivars of tropical wheat. Environ. Pollution. 157: 2359-2367.

  132. Singh, S., Mishra, S., Kumari, R. and Agrawal, S.B. (2009). Response of supplemental ultraviolet-B and Nickel on pigments, metabolites and antioxidants of Pisum sativum L. cv Arkel. J. Environ. Biology, 30(5): 677-684.

  133. Sharma, R.K., M. Agrawal & S.B. Agrawal. (2009). Physiological and biochemical responses resulting from Cd and Zn accumulation in carrot (Daucus carota L.) plants. Journal of Plant Nutrition (In press).

  134. Rima Kumari, Suruchi Singh and S.B. Agrawal (2009). Effects of supplemental Ultraviolet-B radiation on growth and physiology of Acorus calamus L. (Sweet flag). “Acta Biologica Cracoviensia Series Botanica 51(1): 19-27.

  135. Sharma, R.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2010). Responses of Abelmoschus esculentus L. (lady’s finger) to elevated levels of Zn and Cd . Tropical Ecology 51: (2S); 87-94.

  136. Singh, A., Sharma, R.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (2008). Effects of fly ash incorporation on heavy metal accumulation, growth and yield responses of Beta vulgaris plants. Bioresource Technology, 99(15): 7200-7207.

  137. Agrawal, S.B. and Rathore, D. (2007).Changes in oxidative stress defense system in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and mung bean (Vigna radiata L.) cultivars grown with and without mineral nutrients and irradiated by supplemental ultraviolet-B. Experimental & Environmental Botany, 59: 21-33.

  138. Agrawal, S.B. (2007). Suppression of injurious effects of O3 on soybean plants by antioxidant ethylenediurea (EDU) in controlled environments. In: Plant Diversity and Conservation, Eds., Singh, J. S., Bhatnagar, A. K., Singh, V.P. and Roy, B.K, Satish Serial Publishing House, New Delhi, pp.175-183.

  139. Sharma, R.K., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2007). Interactive effects of cadmium and zinc on carrots: Growth and biomass accumulation. J. Plant Nutrition (Fracis & Taylor, USA), 34(1), 19-34.

  140. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, A., Sharma, R.K., Agrawal, M. (2007). Bioaccumulation of Heavy metals in vegetables: A Threat to Human Health, J. Terrestrial and Aquatic Environmental Toxicology, Global Science Books, UK/Japan 1(2): 13-23 (Print ISSN 1749-0324).

  141. Rai, R., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal,S.B. (2007). Assessment of yield losses in tropical wheat using open top chambers. Atmospheric Environment, 41: 9543-9554.

  142. Anoop Singh and S. B. Agrawal (2007). Impact of Urban Particulate Pollution Load on Accumulation of Heavy Metals in Triticum aestivum L. Plants, Ind. J. Environ. Protec.27 (10): 890-896.

  143. Agrawal, S.B. and Singh, A. (2007). Effects of air pollution on growth and yield of three agriculturally important plants under varying levels of mineral nutrients. Proc. National Academy of Sciences, Section-B: Biological Sciences, 77:57-69.

  144. Rai, R., Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2007). Evaluation of yield losses of crops grown in suburban and rural areas due to urban air pollutants. Proc. Natl. Seminar on Environ. Protection & Sustainable Development: Challenges of the 21 st century, March 10-11, Bihar Industries Assoc., Patna, pp. 31-35.

  145. Agrawal, M., Singh, B., Agrawal, S.B., Bell, J.N.B. and Marshall, F.M. (2006). The effect of air pollution on yield and quality of mungbean grown in peri-urban areas of Varanasi . Water, Air Soil Pollution, 169(1-4): 239-254.

  146. Mishra, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2006). Interactive effects of supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation and heavy metals on growth and biochemical characteristics of Spinacea oleracea L. Brazilian J. Plant Physiology, 18(2):3-7-314.

  147. Singh, S. and Agrawal, S.B. (2006). In Pandey, D.D. (Ed.), Impacts of Ultraviolet-B radiation on terrestrial plants. Environmental Degradation & Conservation, Jaspal Prakashan, Patna, pp. 248-254.

  148. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A. and Mir, A. A. (2006). Effect of fly ash incorporation on growth and yield of Triticum aestivum L. var. Malviya 234. In: Plant Responses to Environmental Stress, Tripathi, R.D. et al. (Eds.), International Book Distributors Co., Lucknow, pp. 321-327.

  149. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2005). Use of ethylene diurea (EDU) as a research tool in assessing the impact of ambient ozone on growth and yield of Vigna radiata L. and Triticum aestivum L. plants. In, Environmental Resources and Sustainability: Proceedings of International Conference on Environmental Management, Ed. M. Anji Reddy, BS Publications, Hyderabad, pp. 189-195.

  150. Singh, A., Agrawal, S.B. and Rathore, D. (2005). Amelioration of Indian urban pollution phytotoxicity in Beta vulgaris L. by modifying NPK nutrients. Environmental Pollution, 134: 385-395.

  151. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A. and Rathore, D. (2005). Role of ethylene diurea (EDU) in assessing impact of ozone on Vigna radiata L. in a suburban area of Allahabad, India. Chemosphere. 61(2), 218-228.

  152. Agrawal, S.B., Rathore, D. and Singh, A. (2005). Combined effects of enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation and mineral nutrients on growth, biomass accumulation and yield characteristics of two cultivars of Vigna radiata L. J. Environ. Biol. 27 (1): 55-60.

  153. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A. and Rathore, D. (2004). Interactive effect of air pollution and nutrients on physiological and biochemical processes and yield of wheat grown in periurban areas of Allahabad city. Ecoprint 11(1): 1-12.

  154. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A. and Rathore, D. (2004). Assessing effects of ambient air pollution on growth, biochemical and yield characteristics of three cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) with ethylene diurea and ascorbic acid. J. Plant Biology. 31(3): 165-172.

  155. Agrawal, S. B., Rathore, D. and Singh, A. (2004).Effects of supplemental ultraviolet-B and mineral nutrients on growth, biomass allocation and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), Tropical Ecology 45(2):315-325.

  156. Agrawal, S. B., Rathore, D. and Singh, A.(2004). Combined effects of enhanced UV-B radiation and additional nutrients on two cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), Physiology & Molecular Biology of Plants, 10(1): 99-108.

  157. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A and Rathore, D..(2004). Variability of gaseous air pollutants concentrations in Allahabad city. Ind. J. of Air Pollution Control, 4(1): 23-32.

  158. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A. and Rathore, D. (2004). Impact of air pollution load on accumulation of heavy metals in Beta vulgaris L. plants. Farm Sci. J. 13:86-88.

  159. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, A. and Bhat, M.M. (2004). Impact of fly ash soil amendment on seed germination, growth and yield of Vigna mungo L. Asian J. Microbiol., Biotech. & Environ. Sciences, 6(3): 83-88.

  160. Singh, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2004). Impact of pulp and paper mill effluent irrigation on soil characteristics. Nature, Environment & Pollution Technology. 3(1): 83-87.

  161. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, A. and Rathore,D. (2004). Effects of nutrient amendment on growth and yield of mung bean plants exposed to ambient air pollution in Allahabad city (UP), India. Proc. Natl. Seminar “Physiological Interventions for improved crop productivity and quality: Opportunities and constraints. Eds. Reddy, P.V. et al., Indian Soc. for Plant Physiology, IARI, New Delhi, pp.139-145.

  162. Sofi, M.A. and Agrawal, S. B. and A.Singh (2004). Response of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) to different levels of nitrogen and sulphur fertilization , Plant Archives 4(2):275-279.

  163. Rathore, D., Agrawal, S. B. and Singh, A.(2003). Influence of supplemental UV-B radiation and mineral nutrients on biomass and pigments of two cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Int. J. of Biotronics (Japan), 32: 1-15.

  164. Singh, A., Agrawal, S. B and Rathore, D. (2003). Growth responses of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. var. HD2329) exposed to ambient air pollution under varying fertility regimes. The Scientific World Journal, 3: 799-810.

  165. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A. and Rathore, D. (2003) Assessment of vehicular air pollution and its effects on growth and yield of Beta vulgaris L. in periurban area of Allahabad city (U. P.) in India. Proceedings of 12th International Scientific Symposium on “Transport & Air Pollution, Vol. 2, Inrets ed. Arcueil,, France, pp. 21-26.

  166. Agrawal, S. B., Singh, A. and Dwivedi, G. (2003). Effect of vermicompost, farm yard manure and chemical fertilizers on growth and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. var. HD 2643). Plant Archives , 3:9-14.

  167. Singh, A., Agrawal, S.B. and Rai, J.P.N. (2003). Effect of paper industry effluent on growth, yield and nutrient quality of wheat plants at various soil column heights. J. Environmental Biology & Conservation. 8: 50-56.

  168. Singh, A., Agrawal, S.B., Rai, J.P.N. and Rathore, D. (2003). Impact of land disposal of the pulp and paper mill effluent on soil characteristics. In: Environmental Pollution:Challenges & Solutions (Ed. Pandey, D.D.), Jaspal Publicaions, Patna, pp. 16-22.

  169. Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Chemical Protection of Plants against Ozone: Role of Ethylenediurea (EDU), Advances in Plant Physiology, Vol. IV, Hemantranjan, A., Ed., Scientific Publishers (India), Jodhpur. pp. 117-132.

  170. Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Physiological and biochemical responses of field grown Vicia faba L. plants to supplemental Ultraviolet- B radiation, Nature, Environment and Pollution Technology (former J. Environment & Pollution) 1(1): 67-72.

  171. Singh, A., Agrawal, S.B., Rai, J.P.N. and Singh, P. (2002). Assessment of the pulp and paper mill effluent on growth, yield and nutrient quality of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), Journal of Environmental Biology, 23 (3): 283-288.

  172. Agrawal, S.B. (2001). Induction of zygospore in Closterium turgidum and effects of enhanced UV-B on sexual activity, burst frequency and zygospore germination. Vasundhara , 6:37-43.

  173. Kumar, B.; Agrawal, S.B. and Chaudhary, B.R. (2002). Effect of different sowing dates on seed germination and yield performance of four cultivars of Solanum melongena L., Allahabad Farmer, 56(1): 87-96.

  174. Agrawal, S.B. (2001). Effect of antiozonant ethylenediurea (EDU) singly and in combination with ozone on morphology, physiology and yield of Triticum aestivum L. Proc. Natl. Symposium on “Combating pollutants accumulation in ecosystem for sustainable agriculture, Allahabad Agriculture Institute, pp. 205-210.

  175. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2000). Research on air pollution impacts on Indian Forests. In: Air Pollution and the Forests of Developing and Rapidly Industrializing countries, IUFRO-4 Research series, Eds., Innes, J.L. and Haron, A.H., CAB International Publishing, U. K., pp. 165-188.

  176. Agrawal, S.B. (2000). Effect of vehicular emission on air quality and plant performance along a highway of India, Proc. of 9 th International Symposium “Transport and Air Pollution” LES COLLECTIONS DE L’ INRETS, Ed. Robert Joumard, vol. I, Avignon (France), pp. 71-78.

  177. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M., (1999). Low temperature scan­ning electron microscopic studies of stomatal response of snap bean plants treated with ozone and ethylenediurea, Biotronics (Japan), Vol. 29, 45-53.

  178. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (2000). Effect of Air Pollution on Plant Diversity, In: Environmental Pollution and Plant Responses, Eds. Agrawal, S.B. & Agrawal, M., CRC/Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, U.S.A., pp. 137-152.

  179. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S. B. (1998). Impact of Atmospheric Pollution on Plant Diversity, The Botanica, 48: 72-80.

  180. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S. B. (1998). Impact of Atmospheric pollution on dynamics of litter decomposition, In: New Trends in Microbial Ecology, Eds. Rai, B. & Dkhar, M. S., Soc. For Conservation of Natural Resources, India, pp. 118-126.

  181. Agrawal, S.B. (1996). Effect of enhanced ultraviolet‑B radia­tion of growth, pigmentation, nitrogen metabolism and polya­mine contents in a cyanobacterium, Nostoc muscorum. Biotronics (Japan), 25: 1-9.

  182. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, R.N. and Sahi, A.N. (1995). Cytogenetic effect of sulphur dioxide on cytotypes of Solanum nigrum complex. Cytobios (U. K.), 83: 41‑47.

  183. Rai, U.N. and Agrawal, S.B. (1995). Bioaccumulation, toxicity and tolerance of toxic metals in algae. In: Algal Ecology: An Overview, Eds. A.N. Kargupta and E.N. Siddiqui. Int. Book Distributors, Dehra Dun, pp. 347‑379.

  184. Agrawal, S.B. and Chaudhary, B.R. (1994). Effects of certain environmental factors on zygospore germination of Spirogyra hyalina Cleve. Folia Microbiologica (Czech Republic), 39(4): 291‑296.

  185. Agrawal, M., Krizek, D.T., Agrawal, S.B., Kramer, F.G., Mirecki, R.M. and Rowland, R.A. (1993). Influence of inverse day/night temperature on ozone sensitivity and selected morphological and physiological responses of cucum­ber. J. American Hort. Sci. (U.S.A.), 118(5): 649‑654.

  186. Singh, K.B., Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (1993). Effect of an organophosphate soil systematic insecticide thimet ‑ 10 G on morphological characteristics and biomass of Vigna radia­ta (L) Wilczek. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 63(B) II: 249‑255.

  187. Agrawal, S.B., Singh, K.B. and Agrawal, M. (1993). Effect of an organophosphorus insecticide Fenthion on pigment concen­tration and metabolic activities of rice plants. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 63(B) II: 189‑193.

  188. Agrawal, S.B. (1992). Changes in the glutathione levels of a green alga following sulphur dioxide exposure. Phykos, 31: 37‑41.

  189. Agrawal, S.B., Agrawal, M., Edward, H., Lee, Kramer, G.F. and Pillai, P. (1992). Changes in polyamine and glutathione contents of a green alga, Chlorogonium elongatum (Dang.) France exposed to mercury. Environmental & Experimental Botany (Pergamon Press, N.Y.), 32(2): 145‑151.

  190. Agrawal, S.B. (1992). Effects of supplemental UV‑B radiation on photosynthetic pigment, protein and glutathione contents in green algae. Environmental & Experimental Botany (Perga­mon Press, N.Y.), 32(2): 137‑143.

  191. Agrawal, S.B. and Chaudhary, B.R. (1992). Cytogenetic effects of ozone in Capsicum annuum L. Chromatin (Faculty Press, U. K. ), 1: 99‑104.

  192. Agrawal, S.B., Agrawal, M. and Lee, E.H. (1991). Changes in snapbean leaf epidermal structures due to ozone. Emerging Issues in Asia. Proc. of 2nd IUAPPA Regional Conference on Air Pollution, Seoul, Korea I: 277‑281.

  193. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (1991). Effect of sulphur dioxide exposure on chlorophyll content and nitrogenase activity of Vicia faba L. plants. Bull. Environmental Con­tamination & Toxicol. (Springer‑Verlag, USA) 47(5): 770‑774.

  194. Agrawal, M., Agrawal, S.B., Krizek, D.T. and Kramer, G.F. (1991). Physiological and morphological responses of snap­bean plants to ozone stress as influenced by pretreatment with UV‑B radiation. In: Impact of Global Climatic Changes on Photosynthesis and Plant Productivity, Proc. of Indo‑US Workshop, Eds. Y.P. Abrol, Govindjee, D.R. Ort and A.H. Teramura. Oxford & IBH Publish Co. Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, pp. 133‑146.

  195. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (1990). Effect of sulphur dioxide and insecticide interaction on growth and seed characters of Oryza sativa. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 69(1‑2): 51‑ 54.

  196. Agrawal, S.B., Chaudhary, B.R., and Agrawal, M. (1990). Chromosomal aberrations as indicators of sulphur dioxide pollution in Capsicum annuum L. Pollution Research, 8(3): 437‑440.

  197. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (1990). Effects of ozone expo­sure on enzymes and metabolites of nitrogen metabolism. Scientia Horticult., (Elsevier Sc. Publ., the Netherlands), 43: 169‑171.

  198. Nandi, P.K., Agrawal, M., Agrawal, S.B. and Rao, D.N. (1990). Physiological responses of Vicia faba plants to sulphur dioxide. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (Academic Press, USA), 19: 64‑71.

  199. Agrawal, S.B. and Chaudhary, B.R. (1989). The use of chromo­somal aberrations in chilli plant as a monitoring system of sulphur dioxide pollution. Man & Ecosystem, Vol. II, Eds. L.J. Brasser & W.C. Moulder. Elsevier Publ. Co., Amsterdam, the Netherlands, pp. 143‑147.

  200. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (1989). SO2 and pesticide interaction on Oryza sativa L. plants. In, Plants & Pollutants, Ed. M. Özturk, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey, pp. 443‑459.

  201. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (1989). Use of Plants in Air Pollution Monitoring. In: Environmental Issues & Programmes. Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, pp. 165‑182.

  202. Agrawal, M. and Agrawal, S.B. (1989). Phytomonitoring of Air Pollution around a thermal power plant. Atmospheric Environ­ment (Pergamon Press,Great Britain), 22 (4): 363‑369.

  203. Agrawal, M., Nandi, P.K., Agrawal, S.B. and Rao, D.N. (1988). Plant responses of Ozone and Sulphur dioxide pollutants. In: Environmental Pollution & Management, Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, pp. 23‑255.

  204. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (1988). Relative susceptibility of certain tree plants to gaseous ammonia. Pollution Re­search, 7(1 & 2): 1‑7.

  205. Agrawal, S.B., Agrawal, M. and Nandi, P.K. (1988). Impact of cement klin emissions on vegetation: An Ecological Assess­ment. Ind. J. Environmental Health, 30: 340‑347.

  206. Rao, D.N., Agrawal, M., Nandi, P.K. and Agrawal, S.B. (1988). Effect of some gaseous air pollutant on plant productivity. Progress in Ecology Vol. 8: 55‑73. Today & Tomorrow's Print­ers & Publishing Co., New Delhi.

  207. Agrawal, M., Rao, D.N. and Agrawal, S.B. (1987). Responses of Plants to Particulate Pollutants: A Review. In: Ecology of Urban India (Ed. P. Singh) Ashish Pub. House, New Delhi, pp. 91‑114.

  208. Agrawal, S.B., Agrawal, M., Nandi, P.K. and Rao, D.N. (1987). Effects of sulphur dioxide and quinalphos singly and in combination on the metabolic functions and growth of Oryza sativa. Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Part B), 53(2): 169‑172.

  209. Agrawal, S.B., Agrawal, M., Nandi, P.K. and Rao, D.N. (1987). Effects of sulphur dioxide and Ekalux (EC 25) singly and in combination on the photosynthetic pigments of Oryza sativa plants. J. Environ. Biology, 8(4): 315‑321.

  210. Agrawal, M., Agrawal, S.B. and Rao, D.N. (1987). Superoxide dismutase: An indicator of SO2 tolerance in plants. Current Science, 56(1): 35‑36.

  211. Agrawal, S.B. (1986). Cytological response of a green alga Rhizoclonium hieroglyphicum (Ag.) Kuetz. to sulphur dioxide pollutant. Cytologia (Japan), 51(3): 433‑438.

  212. Rai, U.N. and Agrawal, S.B. (1985). Seed polymorphism and germination behaviour of Ipomoea muricata growing in culti­vated Indian tropic deserts. Acta Botanica Indica, 13: 1‑5.

  213. Sarma, Y.S.R.K., Agrawal, S.B. and Chaudhary, B.R. (1983). UV‑light and photoreactivation studies on the germination of akinetes of Pithophora kewensis Wittr. Nova Hedwigia/Bibli­otheca Phycologia (Germany), 66: 321‑331.

 

Popular Article/s :

  1. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (1998). Pradushan aur Pariveshodhar: Naye Ayam (Pollution and Phytoremediation), Paryavaran Patrika, NEERI, Nagpur, Sept,1998, pp. 10-13.

  2. Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Plants as Biomonitors of Air pollution. Paryavaran Urja Times, Raipur, January, pp. 41-42.

  3. Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Shahri va Audyogik kshetro me vayu pradushan nivaran me harit patti ki upyogita avum vikas. (Hindi article). Vigyan, Vigyan Parishad, Allahabad. June, 2002, pp. 15-17.

  4. Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Iit (brick) ke batton se ugaltha dhua va uska faldar vrishou per padta prabhav (Hindi article), Paryavaran Urja Times, Raipur, May, pp. 18-19.

  5. Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation and its impact on plants. Paryavaran Urja Times, Raipur, May, pp.44 -46.

  6. Singh, A. and Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Payavaran Suraksha hetu Jansankhya Niyantran Jaroori. Hindustan: Nai Dishayen (Daily Hindi Newspaper), Sept. 3, 2002, pp.4.

  7. Singh, Anoop and Agrawal, S.B. (2002). Motor chalit vahan avum vayu pradhushan (Hindi article), Paryavaran Sanjivani (Hindi Magazine), Charkhi Dadri , Haryana January, 2003, pp. 15-17.

  8. Agrawal, S. B. and Singh, A. (2003). Arsenic Pradushan va Manav Swasthya Par Padta Prabhav. Pryavaran Urja Times (Hindi Magazine), Raipur, February, pp. 18-19.

  9. Agrawal, S.B. (2003). Bachhou me paryavaran chetana jaruri. Dainik Hindustan, Nai Duniya, June 3, 2003, p. 4.

  10. Singh, Anoop and Agrawal, S.B. (2003). Udyogo ke upshisht jal se krishi udpadan badhega. Paryavaran Urja Times, May, 2003, pp. 163-164.

  11. Singh, A. and S.B. Agrawal (2003). Ozone: paryavarniya mitra ya shatru, Hindi article, Avadh Archana.

  12. Rathore, D. and S.B. Agrawal (2004). Increased Ultraviolet-B radiation and plant responses. Farmer’s Digest, (Pantnagar AG. & Tech. Univ), March. pp.14-15.

  13. Agrawal, S.B. (2004). Sulphur dioxide va manav swastha. Vigyan, May-June, pp. 31-32.

  14. Agrawal, S.B. and Agrawal, M. (2004). Vayu padushan aur fasloan ki udpadakta par partha prabhav. Niryathak Kheti-Bari, June, pp.13-14.

  15. Agrawal, S. B. and Singh, A. (2005).Padap grah prabhav aur jalvayu parivartan, Paryavaran Urja Times, November, pp.32-34.

  16. Agrawal, S. B. (2007). Sharon me banta tapu (Heat Islands) aur paryavaran par padta prabhav. Vigyan, Parishad, Allahabad, July,07,pp.41-43.

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