Rajasri Ray
Rajasri Ray
Research Coordinator, Centre for Studies in Ethnobiology, Biodiversity and Sustainability (CEiBa)
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How many wild edible plants do we eat—their diversity, use, and implications for sustainable food system: an exploratory analysis in India
A Ray, R Ray, EA Sreevidya
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 56, 2020
Predictive distribution modeling for rare Himalayan medicinal plant Berberis aristata DC
R Ray, KV Gururaja, TV Ramchandra
Journal of Environmental Biology 32 (6), 725, 2011
Biodiversity and ecological assessments of Indian sacred groves
R Ray, MDS Chandran, TV Ramachandra
Journal of forestry research 25 (1), 21-28, 2014
Small sacred groves in local landscape: are they really worthy for conservation?
R Ray, TV Ramachandra
Current Science 98 (9), 1178-1180, 2010
High frequency in vitro propagation of Phyllanthus amarus Schum. &Thom. by shoot tip culture
R Bhattacharyya, S Bhattacharya
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2001
Phenotypic characters of rice landraces reveal independent lineages of short-grain aromatic indica rice
A Ray, D Deb, R Ray, B Chattopadhayay
AOB plants 5, 2013
Syzygium (Myrtaceae): Monographing a taxonomic giant via 22 coordinated regional revisions
B Ahmad, C Baider, B Bernardini, E Biffin, F Brambach, D Burslem, ...
PeerJ Preprints, 2016
Conservation and documentation of the medicinal plant resources of India
R Bhattacharyya, S Bhattacharya, S Chaudhuri
Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation, 365-377, 2006
In vitro multiplication of Coleus forskohlii Briq.: An approach towards shortening the protocol
R Bhattacharyya, S Bhattacharya
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant 37 (5), 572-575, 2001
Development of a potent in vitro source of Phylanthus amarus roots with pronounced activity against surface antigen of the hepatitis B virus
R Bhattacharyya, S Bhattacharya
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant 40, 504-508, 2004
Fluctuating fortunes: genomes and habitat reconstructions reveal global climate-mediated changes in bats' genetic diversity
B Chattopadhyay, KM Garg, R Ray, FE Rheindt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1911), 20190304, 2019
Rapid divergence of ecotypes of an invasive plant
A Ray, R Ray
AoB Plants 6, 2014
Hydrological importance of sacred forest fragments in Central Western Ghats of India
R Ray, MDS Chandran, TV Ramachandra
Tropical Ecology 56 (1), 87-99, 2015
Socio-cultural protection of endemic trees in humanised landscape
R Ray, MDS Chandran, TV Ramachandra
Biodiversity and conservation 23 (8), 1977-1994, 2014
Towards certification of wild medicinal and aromatic plants in four Indian states
P Bhattacharya, R Prasad, R Bhattacharyya, A Asokan
Unasylva 59 (230), 35-44, 2008
Novel de Novo Genome of Cynopterus brachyotis Reveals Evolutionarily Abrupt Shifts in Gene Family Composition across Fruit Bats
B Chattopadhyay, KM Garg, R Ray, IH Mendenhall, FE Rheindt
Genome biology and evolution 12 (4), 259-272, 2020
In vitro conservation of Plumbago indica—a rare medicinal plant
R Bhattacharyya, A Ray, M Gangopadhyay, S Bhattacharya
Plant Cell Biotechnol Mol Biol 8, 39-46, 2007
The leafy greens of India-their diversity, pattern of consumption, and overriding implication on food and nutrition security
A Ray, R Ray
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 46 (3), 432-451, 2022
The potential of certification for conservation and management of wild MAP resources
R Bhattacharyya, A Asokan, P Bhattacharya, R Prasad
Biodiversity and conservation 18 (13), 3441-3451, 2009
The Birth of Aus Agriculture in the South-eastern Highlands of India – an Exploratory Synthesis
A Ray, R Ray
Ancient Asia 9, 2018
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