A new genus of Mucorales. Mycol. 45(3) 426–436.
A new species of Paecilomyces from soil. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 32(4) 186–189.
A new genus of Moniliaceae. Mycol. 46(5) 660–666.
Ecological factors governing the distribution of soil microfungi in some forest soils of Sagar. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 34(3) 262–298.
A new species of Cephalosporium. Mycol. 47(6) 895–898.
A new genus from soil Monocillium indicum gen. et sp. nov. Indian Phytopath. 8(1) 9–12.
(With NAIDU KK). On Allomyces anomalous from Sagar. Nat. Acad. Sci. 26, 278–282.
(With SHETYE PK). Some additions to Indian Aspergilli. Indian Phytopath., 9, 138–144.
(With DHORE MA). Taxonomic studies on Aspergilli of Sagar. Bull. Bot. Soc. Univ. Saugar 8(2):59.
(With DHORE MA). A study of Penicillia from Sagar. Saugar. Univ J. B. 6, 32–34.
Taxonomic studies on soil micro fungi of some forest soils of Sagar. Saugar. Univ J. B. 1(5) 13–38.
A brief review of outstanding achievements in the Mycological Laboratory of University of Saugar during 1950–57. Proc. Myc. Res. Works Con. Shimla.
On some affinities of Mucorales. Bull Bot. Soc. Univ Saugar 9(1&2): 1–6.
(With RAJGOPALAN C). Studies on aquatic fungi of Saugar. Sagar Univ. J. II B, 7, 7–20.
Effect of carbon disulphide fumigation on Trichoderma viride and other soil fungi. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 43(1)111–116.
(With THAMMAYA A) A study of fungi from stored wheat grains from Saugar. Proc. Nat Acad. Sci. India, Annual number 10, 120.
A new species of Sporothrix. Curr.Sci. Vol. XXXIV (10), 318.
(With VYAS KM). The wood decaying fungi of sagaur. Madhya Bharti II B, 11–13, 15–28.
(With LILY K). Studies on the interactions between soil microorganisms with special reference to Penicillium nigricans. J. Indian Bot. Soc. 46(1) 185–192.
(With ALI SS AND SOMAL BS). Fungi causing fruit and vegetable rot of Sagaur. Bull. Bot. Soc. Saugar. 15, (1&2) 44–46.
(With SUDHA SRIVASTAVA). Studies on rhizosphere and rhizoplane microflora of potato with special reference to black scurf and wilt diseases. Indian Phytopathology symposium on Microbiology of root region in relation to diseases. Indian Phytopathological Soc. Bull. 4, 107–119.
(With SOMAL BS) Pathological studies on some species of Helminthosporium. Madhya Bharti II B, 17, 43–46.
(With KU CHATTERJI R) Studies on production of growth regulators by some fungi. Bull. Bot. Soc. Univ. Saugar. Vol. 16, 28–30.
(With SHASHI PRABHA SINGH) Additions to the Indian Penicillia. Ibid, 16(1) 31–33.
(With GHURDE VR) Varietal resistance of Wheat against foot rot pathogens. Madhya Bharti (J. Univ. Saugar) II B 17, 47–49.
Fungal communities in soil. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. Symposium on diversities in plants and animal population.
(With MEHROTRA RS) Studies on foot rot and leaf rot of Piper betle L. Host range and role of cuttings in spread of disease. J. Indian Bot. Soc. 49, 24–29.
1970 (With DUBEY SP AND SUDHA MALL) Cultural and nutritional studies on some Myxomycetes of Saugar. Madhya Bharti-Gour Memorial Vol. 18: 42–51.
(With KIRAN JOHRI AND SINGH SS) Thickness of agar disc and time of incubation in relation to soil fungistasis. Bull. Soc. Univ. Saugar 17&18.
(With SUDHA MALL). Competitive saprophytic ability of Fusarium spp. and Rhizoctonia solani pathogenic to potato. Second Internat. Symp. Pl. Path. Held in Feb. P63–64.
Root diseases and biological control (Presidential Address). J. Indian Bot. Soc. 51(1):1–13.
Soil flora isolated on different selective media. Bull. Bot. Soc. Saugar 19, 14–19.
(With AGGARWAL SC AND KUSHWAHA RKS) Ginkgo biloba and Araucaria cookie- Two new hosts for Colletotrichum lindemuthianum. Indian J. Mycol. Pl. Path 2(2) 194.
(With DUBEY GL AND JOHRI BB) Biodeteriortaion of Linseed (Linum usitatissinum) under conditions of storage. Bull. Bot. Soc. Univ. 19, 41–44.
(With MUTTHAL AK AND AGARWAL SC) Efficacy of some fungicides against the pathogens causing fruit rot of Luffa aegyptiaca Mill. Bull. Bot. Soc. Univ. Saugar. 19:10–13.
(With SONI NK AND VYAS KM) Effect of cultural filtrates of different fungi on mycelial respiration of Fusarium oxysporum Sacc. Hind. Anti. Bull 14(4) 170–180.
(With SONI NK AND VYAS KM) Effect of plant growth regulators on oxygen uptake and growth of Rhizoctonia solani Kuh and Colletotrichum capsci (Syd.) Butler and Bisby Bull. Bot. Soc. Univ. Saugar. 19, 24–27.
(With VYAS KM AND JAIN BK) Respiratory characteristics of some soil borne plant pathogenic fungi. J. Indian. Bot. Soc. 51(1), 92–96.
(With ADONI AD) Diurnal variation in Saugar Lake, Saugar (India) I Studies in deep-water area. Hydrobiologia. 43(3–4), 535–543.
(With MUTHAL AK) Production of cellulase by Fusarium dimerum Penz. causal organism of fruit rot of Luffa aegyptiaca Mill. Prot. Nat. Aca. Sci.B. 43(1/2), 49–52.
(With VYAS KM) Studies on mycelial respiration of Selerotium rolfsii. Proc. Indian Nat. Sci Acad. 39(5), 569–575.
(With MEHTA P AND VYAS KM) Production of Pectolytic and celluloytic enzymes by Alternaria spp. during pathogenesis of tomato fruits. Hind. Anti. Bull. 16(4), 210–214.
(With VYAS KM and SAXENA RK) Physiology of Tectona grandis leaves infected with Uncinula tectonae Salmon J. Indian Bot. Soc. 53(3/4), 265–270.
(With JOHRI BN and KIRAN JOHRI) Evaluation of fungistasis in agar plates colonized from soil inocula. Acta Bot. Indica 3(1), 62–67.
(With SATYA HN) Some aspects of taxonomy of the genus Pestalotia II. Observation on structure of conidia. Kavaka 3(1). 119–123.
(With KIRAN JOHRI AND JOHRI BN) Colonization capacity of soil microorganisms in relation to fungistasis. Plant and Soil 43(2), 347–354.
(With KIRAN JOHRI AND JOHRI BN) Soil mycoflora as producer of volatile fungistatic factors. Proc. Indian Nat. Sci. Acad. B. 42(2) 148–154.
(With KIRAN JOHRI AND JOHRI BN) Volatile metabolites of soil fungi in relation of spore germination and mycelial growth. Curr. Sci. 44, 605–607.
(With VYAS KM AND SONI NK) Effect of antibiotics and fungicides on endogenus mycelial respiration and growth of Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn. and Colletotrichum capsici (Syd) Butler and Bisby. Indian J. Expt. Boil. 13(2), 216–218.
(With MEHTA P AND VYAS KM) Effect of native carbon sources and pH on the pectolytic enzymes of Alternaria solani and A. tenuis. Proc. Indian Nat. Sci. Acad. B. 40(4), 433–439
(With MEHTA P AND VYAS KM) Production of pectolytic enzymes by Alternaria solani and A. tenuis on different culture media. J. Indian Bot. Soc. 54(3/4), 200–206
(With MEHTA P AND VYAS KM) Effect of carbohydrate on the production and activity of cellulase of Alternaria spp. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. B. 45(4), 281–284.
(With MEHTA P AND VYAS KM) Effect of native carbon sources and pH on the cellulases of Alternaria solani and A. tenuis. Sci. Cult. 41(8), 400–402.
(With THIND TS AND AGARWAL SC) Soft rot of apple caused by Clathridium corticola (Fekl.) Shoem. and Muller. Curr. Sci. 44(19), 714.
(With MEHTA P AND VYAS KM) Metabolic changes during pathogenesis of fruit-rot disease of Tomato. Indian Phytopath. 28(2), 253–255.
(With MEHTA P AND VYAS KM) Pathological studies on fruit rot of tomato caused by Alternaria solani and A. tenuis. 28(2) 247–252.
(With RAO DPC AND AGARWAL SC) Phomopsis destructum on Psidium guajava fruits in India.. Mycologia 68(5), 1132–1134.
(With VYAS KM AND SONI NK) Respiratory response of Gloeosporium papaya induced by various substances. Proc. Indian Nat. Sci. Acad. B. 41(5), 458–461.
(With THIND TS AND AGARWAL SC) Evaluation of antibiotics to control Clathridium rot of apple. Hind. Anti. Bull. 18(3/4), 99–102.
Phytophthora parasitica the scourge of pan (Piper betle L.) Presidential Address XXIX Annual General meeting of the Indian Phytopathological Society. Jan. 18, 1977. Bangalore (Karnataka). Indian Phytopath. 30(1), 1–16.
(With THIND TS AND AGARWAL SC) Post-harvest decay of apple fruits incited by Aspergillus candidus in Madhya Pradesh. Indian Phytopath. 29(3), 318.
(With THIND TS AND AGARWAL SC) Effect of temperature in the control of soft rot of apple fruits caused by Clathridium corticola. Ibid. 29(3), 256–258.
(With THIND TS AND AGARWAL SC) Conidial state of Clathridium corticola from India. Ibid. 29(4), 433–434.
(With THIND TS AND AGARWAL SC) Post infection change in amino acids, sugars, phenolic substances and organic acids of apple fruit by Clathridium corticola. Ibid. 30(3), 323–325.
(WITH ALI SS) Production of cellulase by Botrydiplodia theobromae Act. Bot. Indica 6(Supll.), 132–135.
(With RAGHVAN U) Efficacy of fungicides in vitro against some isolates of Botrydiplodia theobromae Pat. Hind. Anti. Bull. 21(1/2), 28–30.
(With THIND TS AND AGRAWAL SC) Induction of sporulation in Clathridium corticola(Fekl.) Shoem. and Mueller. Curr. Sci. 47(23), 906–907.
(With THIND TS AND AGRAWAL SC) Post infection changes in amino acids, sugars, phenolic substances and organic acids of apple fruits incited by Clathridium corticola. Indian Phytopath. 30(4), 445–448.
(With THIND TS AND AGRAWAL SC) Epidemiology of fruit rots of apple caused by Clathridium corticola. Ibid.,30(4), 536–537.
The genus Phytophthora in India. Kavaka 7, 1–16.
(With CHAUHAN S) Studies on the screening of certain antagonistic Penicillia. Kavaka 7, 37–40.
(With RAGHAVAN U AND VYAS KM) Efficacy of three antibiotics against some isolates of Botrydiplodia theobromae. Indian Phytopath. 31(3), 359–360.
(With THAKUR MS AND PATHAK N) Seasonal variation in leaf surface mycoflora of Azadirachta indica. Indian Phytopath. 21(2), 255–256.
(With SINGH BS) Fungistasis due to volatile inhibitors produced by some Penicillium species. Crr. Sci. 49(13), 515–517.
(With CHOUDHARY M) A report on the production of IAA and some unidentified auxins in the culture filtrates of Helminthosporium rostratum, Curvularia lunata and Fusarium culmorum. Marathwada Univ. J. Sci. (National Science) 18(11), 43–46.
(With RAGHAVAN U) Metabolic changes during pathogenesis of fruit rot of apple. Indian Phytopath. 32(4), 551–553.
(With THIND TS AND AGRAWAL SC) Cell wall degrading enzyme complex in diseased fruits of apple infected with Clathridium corticola. Indian J. Mycol. Pl. Path. 10(1), 92–93.
(With THIND TS AND AGRAWAL SC) Effect of some phenolic compounds on germination of spores of Clathridium corticola. Indian Phytopath 32(2), 273–274.
(With JAIN SK AND SAXENA AK) Two new fruit rot diseases of Achras sapota. Indian Phytopath. 34(3), 903.
(With JAIN SK AND SAXENA AK) Some new cucurbitaceous hosts of Botrydiplodia (B. theobromae). Curr. Sci. 50(7), 328–329.
(With SAXENA AK) A new fungal disorder of Australian Acacia. Curr. Sci. 50(19), 862.
(With SAXENA AK) Effect of papaya latex on the germination of conidia of certain fungi. Indian Phytopath. 34(4), 505–506.
(With SAXENA AK AND JAIN SK) Sclerotium rot of Grewia asiatica (Linn) Mant. Sci. Cult. 47(12), 440.
(With SAXENA AK AND JAIN SK) A note on new diseases caused by Alternaria alternata. Nat. Acad. Sci. letters. 4(7), 267.
(With SAXENA AK AND JAIN SK) Addition to the host range of Macrophomina phaseolina. Ibid., 4(9), 357.
(With SINGH SB) Estimation of extracellular C1 and Cx cellulases produced by certain species of Penicillium. Ibid., 4(11), 431–432.
(With SAXENA AK) A new powdery mildew from Madhya Pradesh. Ibid., 51(8), 437–438.
(With SAXENA AK) Oidium vernomiae—a new species from Madhya Pradesh. Ibid., 51(16), 786–787.
(With JAIN SK AND JOSHI IJ) Three new market diseases of fruits and vegetables. Ibid., 5(12), 393–394.
(With JAIN SK AND SAXENA AK) A new leaf spot disease of Zizyphus jujuba Lamk. Natn. Acad. Sci. Letters 5(7), 221.
(With JAIN SK AND SAXENA AK) Two new post-harvest diseases of fruits from India. Curr. Sci. 51(22), 1071.
(With SAXENA AK AND JAIN SK) On the occurrence of three new fungal disease of cultivated plants in India. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. B. 52(1), 79–80.
(With SAXENA AK AND JAIN SK) Leaf blight a new disease of Eclipta alba Hass. Cilt. 48(8), 291–292.
With SAXENA AK AND JOSHI IJ) Additions to the host range of Colletotrichum Indian Phytopath. 35(1), 166.
(With Jain SK AND JOSHI IJ) Some new leaf spot diseases from Gwalior (Madhya) Ibid., 6(5), 151–152.
(With JOSHI IJ) A new powdery mildew disease from India. Curr. Sci. 52(14), 691.
(With JOSHI IJ) Some fungi causing plant diseases at Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh). Nat. Acad. Sci. Letters 6(2), 49.
(With JOSHI IJ AND SAXENA AK) Two new soft rot diseases of Loquat from India. Curr. Sci. 52(12), 610.
(With JOSHI IJ AND SAXENA AK) A species of Oidium on Rivea hypocretoriformis. Nat. Acad. Sci. Letters 6(1), 7–8.
(With SAXENA AK) A new Fusarial rot of Papaya fruits. Indian J. Mycol. Pl. Path. 13, 91.
(With PANDEYA JPN) Litter decomposition by selected soil microfungi- Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. B 57(IV), 463–469.
(With JAIN S) Three new soft rot diseases of Averrhoa caramsola from India. Nat. Acad. Sci. Letters 7, 327–328.