Krishna Gopal



1. Harish Singh, S. C. Srivastava, G. Krishna , A. Kumar. 2009. Ethnobotany of Indigofera Cassioides Rottler Ex DC. Ind. Forest. 135 (2). 227-230.

2. Krishna, Gopal, A. Bhattacharee & P. Venu 2011  Zeuxine clandestina (Orchidaceae), a rare orchid from West Bengal, India. Richardiana. 11 (3): 164-172.

3. Singh Harish, Gopal Krishna and P. K. Baske 2010. Traditional Phytotherapy for Leucorrhoea in Mayurbhanj District, Odisha. Ethnobotany. 22 (1-2): 128-131.

4. Harish Singh, G Krishna and P K Baske. 2013. Ethnomedicinal Plants used fordental care in Sundergarh, Mayurbhanj, Angul and Balangir district of Odisha, India. Indian Journal of Nat. Products and Resources. 4 (4). 419-424.

5. Harish Singh, G. Krishna and P.K. Baske. 2014. Ethnobotanical Observations on Mayurbhanj District of Odisha, India: In Ethnobotanical Studies in India (Sanjiv Kumar eds.) 80–117.

6. Krishna, G. & S. K. Srivastava. 2014. Notes on Extended Distribution of Cocculus laurifolius DC. (Meniseprmaceae). Indian Forester. 140(1): 98–99.

7. G. Krishna & al. 2014. Proposal to add a new paragraph to Rec. 40 A. Taxon 63(1): 207.

8. Bandyopadhyay, S, G. Krishna & P. VENU. 2014. Are we following The Art. 40.7 ? of the Code in letter and spirit ?. Phytotaxa.163 (4): 239–240.

9. Krishna, G., Maity, D. & Venu, P. 2014. Three new records for the flora of West Bengal, India. Pleione 8(1): 193–198.

 

10. M . K. Pathak †, M .Bhaumik & G . Krishna. 2014. A New Species of Adinandra (Pentaphylacaceae) from India. Edinburgh Journal  of  Botany  71 ( 3 ): 379 –383.

 

11. H. Singh, G. Krishna, R. Sarvanan, P.A. Dhole and P. K. Baske. 2014. Handia- The Indigenous Rice Beer of Tribal of Odisha. ENVIS 19(2):4.

12. O. N. Maurya, Anand Kumar, Gopal Krishna and Suman Halder. 2015. On the Occurrence of a Non-Native Plant Species Bromelia penguin L. (Bromeliaceae) in India. Phytodiversity2(1): 32-38. (Accepted)

13. Harish Singh, G. Krishna and P.K. Baske. 2009. Plants used in the treatment of joint diseases (rheumatism, arthritis, gout and lumbago) in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, India. Report and Opinion. 2(9): 22-26.

14. Srivastava, S. K., G. K. Upadhyay & G. Krishna. Taxonomic notes on Indian Species of Anisadenia (Linaceae). 2010. J. Jap. Bot. 85: 358-363. 2010.
 
15. Harish Singh, Gopal Krishna, P. K. Baske & R. Saravanan. 2012. Less Known Recepies of Bamboo Shoots from Western Orissa. ENVIS. 17(2). 6.
 
16. H.K. Chaurasia, Anand Kumar and Gopal Krishna. 2015. Wrightia coccinea (Roxb. ex Hornem.) Sims (Apocynaceae): An Addition to the Flora of Bihar. Ind. J. For. 38(1) 85-86.

17. Vinay Ranjan, Anant Kumar & Gopal Krishna. 2015. Prunus ceylanica (Wight) Miv.: An Endangered Species Collected After Eight Decades From West Bengal. Ind. Journ. Forest. 38(2): 185-186.

18. Gopal Krishna & Subir Bandyopadhyay. 2015. Proposal to include two terms in the Glossary. TAXON.64(5):1067.

19. Gopal Krishna, Shuvadeep Majumdar, Subir Bandyopadhyay & Avishek Bhattacharjee 2016. Publication of nomenclatural novelties. Current Science. 111(3). 454.

20. Krishna, G., A. Kumar, P. Lakshminarasimhan & A. Kumar. 2016. Distributional Notes on Fernandoa adenophylla (Wall. ex G. Don) Steenis (Bignoniaceae) Ind. J. Forestry 39(2): 173–174.

21. Subir Bandyopadhyay, Avishek Bhattacharjee &  Gopal Krishna 2016. Lectotypification of plant names Current Science 111 (9): 1437.

22. Krishna, Gopal & Harish Singh 2016. Tapping of an unrecorded traditional herbal formulation for Jaundice in Bihar ENVIS Newsletter 21(1): 8–9.

23. Krishna, Gopal, K. Karthigeyan, W. Arisdason and T. Chakrabarty 2017. A new species of Drypetes (Putranjivaceae/Euphorbiaceaes.l.) from West Bengal, India Phytotaxa 319 (3): 271–276



Gopal Krishna,
Central National Herbarium,
Botanical Survey of India,
Howrah-711103, West Bengal, India,


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