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Dr. Ashish K Chaturvedi

Scientist B, Water Management (Agri.) Division

Office No 0495 2351848
Mobile 91-9650631053
Email ashispc@gmail.com,ashispc@cwrdm.org

Educational Profile

  • Ph.D (2012): Plant Physiology from High Altitude Plant Physiology Research Centre, HNB Garhwal Central University, Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India                                                                                                       Thesis: Morpho-physiological responses of selected growth forms of alpine vegetation exposed to CO2 enrichment
  • M.Phil. (2006): Environmental Plant Biology from High Altitude Plant Physiology Research Centre, HNB Garhwal Central University, Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India                                                                                        Thesis: Changes in morpho-physiology, biochemical and glycosidic contents of Digitalis lanata Ehrh grown under short term moisture stress
  • M.Sc. (2005): Botany from Christ Church PG College, CSJM Kanpur University, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India

Career Details

  • 2017-till date Scientist B, Water Management (Agri.) Division, CWRDM, Kozhikode, Kerala
  • 2012-2017 Research Associate, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi


Awards

  • Awarded SERB National Post-Doctoral Fellowship (DST-NPDF, PDF/2017/000111), Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi (not availed)
  • Awarded grant from Institut de recherche pour le développment (IRD), Montpellier, France to present post doctoral work at 3rd Global Science Conference, Climate Smart Agriculture CSA-2015 during March, 2015 at Le Corum, Montpellier, France
  • Invited as Visiting Collaborator from Crop and Environmental Science Division (CESD), International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Philippines during February-March 2015
  • Awarded NET (National Eligibility Test-2013) in Plant Physiology by Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board (ASRB), New Delhi
  • Second place for oral presentation in National Conference on “Medicinal Plants of Himalayas: Traditional Uses and Conservation Issues” by Society for Conservation and Resource Development of Medicinal Plants (SMP), New Delhi during February, 2009


Memberships

  • Life member of Indian Society for Plant Physiology (ISPP), New Delhi, India
  • Reviewer of Scientific Journals: Chemosphere;Canadian Journal of Plant Science; Journal of Plant Interactions; Plant Signaling and Behavior; Journal of Crop Improvement; Indian Journal of Plant Physiology;Intercontinental Journal of Agricultural Science; African Journal of Plant Science


Research Interests

  • Climate Change impact assessment and adaptation strategies
  • Stress physiology and abiotic stress tolerance 
  • Agricultural water management



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Publications

Journal Papers
    • S.S.Hiremath, R.S.Sajeevan, K.N. Nataraja, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, V.Chinnusamy, M.Pal (2017) Silencing of fatty acid desaturase (FAD7) gene enhances membrane stability and photosynthetic efficiency under heat stress in tobacco (Nicotiana benthamiana). Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 55:532-541
    • P. Rai, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, D. Shah, C. Viswanathan, M. Pal (2016) Elevated CO2 enhances carbohydrate assimilation at flowering stage and seed yield in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 21(2):114-121
    • P. Rai, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, D. Shah, C. Viswanathan, M. Pal (2016) Impact of elevated CO2 on high temperature induced effects in grain yield of chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 86(3): 414-7
    • R. N. Bahuguna, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, M. Pal (2016) Physiological traits for improving high temperature stress tolerance in rice. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 21(4):420-427
    • R. K. Vashistha, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, S. Gairola and M.C. Nautiyal (2013) Seed germination improvement in Elaeagnus rhamnoides (L.) A. Nelson (Sea Buckthorn) by gibberellic acid treatment. International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants 3(3):382-385
    • S.D. Singh, B. Chakrawarti, K. S. Muralikrishna, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, V. Kumar, S. Mishra and R. Harit (2013) Yield response of important field crops to increasing [CO2] and warmer temperature. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 83(10):1009-1012
    • P. Kumar, P. Rai, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, S. Khetarpal, M. Pal (2012) High atmospheric CO2 delays leaf senescence and crop maturity in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 17 (3/4):254-258
    • R.K. Vashistha, N. Rawat, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, B.P. Nautiyal, M.C. Nautiyal (2012) Phytostructure of diverse growth forms in an alpine ecosystem of north-west Himalaya, India. Plant Biosystems 146(1):124-133
    • R.K. Vashistha, N. Rawat, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, B.P. Nautiyal, P. Prasad, M.C. Nautiyal (2011) Characteristics of life-form and growth-form of plant species in an alpine ecosystem of north-west Himalaya. Journal of Forestry Research 22(4):501-506
    • R.K. Vashistha, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, J.S. Butola and M.C. Nautiyal (2010) Evaluation of emergence and vigour of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera Dunal) seedlings under the influence of Sodium Hypochlorite (NaHClO3) and different micro-environmental conditions. Biological Forum, 2(1):30-34
    • R. K. Vashistha, Ashish K. Chaturvedi, B.P.Nautiyal and M.C. Nautiyal (2009) Vegetative propagation of Angelica glauca Edgew, and Angelica archangelica Linn.: two high value medicinal and aromatic herbs of the Himalaya. Nat. Sci. 7(8):76-82
    • R.K. Vashistha, N. Rawat, Ashish K Chaturvedi, B.P. Nautiyal, P. Prasad, M.C. Nautiyal (2009) An exploration on the phenology of different growth forms of North - West Himalaya. New York Science Journal 2(6):29-42
    • • R.K. Vashistha, Ashish K Chaturvedi, B.P.Nautiyal and M.C. Nautiyal (2008) Survival of two important Himalayan herbs Angelica glauca Edgew, and Angelica archangelica Linn. at two different climatic zones. Journal of Plant Biology 35(3):163-171
Conference Proceedings
    • A.K. Chaturvedi* and P. Prasad (2006) Changes in morpho-physiology, biochemical and glycosidic contents of Digitalis lanata Ehrh. grown under short term moisture stress. In: International Seminar on Forests, Forest Products and Services: Research, Development and Challenges Ahead, Srinagar, Uttarakhand, India, pp.79