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List of Invited Authors

 

No.

Author

Affiliation

Title of Article

1.

Prof. Sachs Tsvi

 

The Hebrew University, Israel

The Future of Plant Morphology

2.

Prof. Srivastava GK &

Srivastava PC

University of Allahabad, India

Origin and Evolution of Heterosporous Lycopods

3. Prof. Burtt BL Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, UK A Survey of the Genus Cyrtandra (Gesneriaceae)
4. Prof. VC Anozie University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria Ekebergia capensis Sparrm. (Meliaceae) the Correct Name for the West African Ekebergia senegalensis A. Juss.

5.

Prof. Rao AN

 

National University of Singapore

 

Some Observations on Dioecious Flowering Plants

6. Prof. Dr Kadlubowska JZ University of Lód_, Lód_, Poland Remarks on European Zygnemales

7.

Dr Upreti DK

 

National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, India

Taxonomic, Pollution Monitoring and Ethnolichenological Studies on Indian Lichens

 

8. Prof. Bates DM Cornell University, NY, USA Ethnobotany : Mindsets, Externalities, and Challenges

 9.

 

Dr Jain SK

 

Institute of Ethnobotany, Lucknow, India

Ethnobotany in Modern India

 

10.

Dr Bell TL &

Prof. Pate JS, FRS

 

University of Western Australia,

Nedlands, Australia

Wood Anatomy of Cohabiting Taxa of Different Life and Growth Forms : Significance in Terms of Fire Response and Water Relations

11.

Prof. Savidge RA

 

University of New Brunswick, Canada

New Insight into Phytohormone Regulation of Wood  Formation in Conifers

12.

Prof. Herr Jr. JM

 

University of South Carolina,

Columbia, USA

Basal Stem Tumours of Transgenic Tobacco (Nicotiana tabaccum L.) and N. benthamiana Domin) and Certain Galls and Burls : Causes and Anatomical Features in Common

13.

Prof. Dilcher David

 

University of Florida, FL, USA

Forensic Botany : Case Studies in the Use of Plant Anatomy

14.

Prof. Fineran BA

 

University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Relationship Between the Organization of the Haustorium in Root-Hemi-Parasitic Santalales and the Early Evolution of the Haustorial System in Loranthaceae Mistletoes

15.

Prof. Dr Willemse MTM

 

Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands

The Process of Plant Sexual Reproduction, History and Regulation

16. Dr Yeung EC et al. University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada Embryology of Flowering Plants — An Overview

17.

Prof. Dr Lebegué A et al.            

 

Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France

How Plant Embryology of Parasitic Flowering Plants can Improve the Understanding of Parasitism

18.

Prof. Rangaswamy NS et al. 

University of Delhi, India

Microspore Tetrad Analysis - Can either type of microsporogenesis engender tetrads of all configurations?

19.

Prof Dr Gottsberger G

 

Abeilung Systematische Botanik und

Ökologie, ULM, Germany

Pollinators, Pollen-Ovule-Ratio, and the Extent of Cross- versus Self-Fertilization in the Groundlayer of a Spring Wildflower Community in a Central European Forest

20.

Prof. Koul AK  

Jammu University, Jammu, India

Double Fertilization - Changing Frontiers

21.

Dr Souter M &

Prof. Lindsey K

 

University of Durham, Durham, UK

Orchestrating Morphogenesis : The Importance of Signalling in Embryogenesis

 

22.

Prof. Raghavan V

 

The Ohio State University, USA

Life and Times of the Suspensor of Angiosperm Embryos

23.

Prof. Komamine A

 

Research Institute of Evolutionary Biology, Japan

Mechanisms of Somatic Embryogenesis in Carrot Suspension Cultures

24.

Prof. Soh W-Y

 

Chonbuk National University, Korea

Plant Regeneration of Somatic Embryos with Anomalous Cotyledons formed in Cell Cultures of Codonopsis lanceolata

25.

Prof. Maheshwari SC et al.  

International Centre for Genetic

Engineering and Biotechnology,

New Delhi, India

Morphogenesis in Plants — The making of the Arabidopsis Flower

26.

Prof. Johri BM

University of Delhi, India

Problems in Embryology for the 21st Century

27.

Prof. Jacobs WP &

Prof. Jacobs M

Princeton University, NJ, USA

Gibberellin Movement : Review and New Evidence

28.

Prof. Newton RJ et al.

 

East Carolina University, USA

Stable Genetic Transformation of Conifers

29.

Prof. Ramakrishnan PS

 

Jawahar Lal Nehru University,

New Delhi, India

Structure Linked to Function : Traditional Ecological  Knowledge and Ecosystem Complexity

30.

Prof. Sadasivan TS

 

University of Madras, India

Three Decades in Physiological Plant Pathology

31.

Prof. Varma Anupam

 

Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

Plant Viruses as an Important Genetic Resource

32.

Prof. Mohan Ram HY

 

University of Delhi, Delhi, India

Biology of Indian Podostemaceae

33.

Dr Natesh S

 

Department of Biotechnology,

New Delhi, India

Herbal Medicines : The Concern of Botanists

34.

Dr Swaminathan MS FRS

 

MS Swaminathan Research Foundation,


 Chennai, India

Biotechnology, Genetic Modification, Organic Farming and Nutrition Security

35.

Prof. Zenkteler M & Bagniewska-Zadworna A

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznán, Poland

Distant In Vitro Pollination of Ovules

 

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