Dr. Rajeev Nayan Bahuguna
- Ph.D. Plant Physiology- G.B.P.U.A. & T. Pantnagar, India
- M.Sc. Plant Physiology– G.B.P.U.A. & T. Pantnagar, India
- B.Sc.(Zoology, Botany, Chemistry) – H.N.B. Garhwal Central University, Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India
- Research Area– Stress Physiology, Climate Change, Plant respiration
- Research interest– Multiple abiotic combination stress, Source-sink dynamics, Plant respiration
- Priyanka Das, Bahuguna R.N., Ray Singh Rathore, SheenuAbbat, Ramsong C. Nongpiur, FatmaSarsu, Sneh L. Singla-Pareek, AshwaniPareek. (2019) Gain-of-function mutants in rice with tolerance to multiple abiotic stresses show high constitutive abundance of stress related transcripts and proteins. Accepted in Special 2019 issue:Australian Journal of Crop Sciences 13 (S05).
- Bahuguna, R.N., Gupta, P., Bagri, J. Singh, D., Dewi, A.K., Mirza Islam, L. T., Sarsu, F., Singla-Pareek, S. L. and Pareek A. (2018). Forward and reverse genetics approaches for combined stress tolerance in rice. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40502-018-0418-0
- Bahuguna, R.N., Tamilselvan, A., Muthurajan, R., Solis, C., Jagadish, S.V.K. (2018). Short-term mild drought priming alleviates severe drought stress impact on seed-set and sink strength in rice. Functional Plant Biology.
- Chaturvedi A.K., Bahuguna R.N.*, Shah D., Pal M. and Jagadish S.V.K. (2017). High temperature stress during flowering and grain filling offsets beneficial impact of elevated CO2 on assimilate partitioning and sink-strength in rice. Nature-Scientific Reports. 7, 8227. DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-07464-6.
- Kadam, N., Tamilselvan, A., Lawas, L., Quinones, C., Bahuguna, R.N., Thomson, M., Dingkuhn, M., Muthurajan, R., Struik, P., Yin, S., Jagadish, S.V.K. (2017). Genetic control of plasticity in root morphology and anatomy of rice in response to water-deficit. Plant Physiology, (DOI: 10.1104/pp.17.00500).
- Chaturvedi, A.K., Bahuguna, R.N., Pal, M., Shah, D., Maurya, S. and Jagadish S.V.K. (2017). Elevated CO2 and heat stress interactions affect grain yield, quality and mineral nutrient composition in rice under field conditions. Field Crop Research, 206: 149-157.
- Bahuguna R. N., Solis, C.A., Shi, W. and Jagadish, S.V.K. (2017). Post-flowering night respiration and altered sink activity account for high night temperature-induced grain yield and quality loss in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Physiologia Plantarum, 159: 59-73.
- Jagadish, S.V.K., Bahuguna R.N.*, Djanaguiraman, M., Gamuyao R., Prasad, P.V.V. and Craufurd P.Q. (2016). Implication of high temperature and elevated CO2 on flowering time in plants. Frontiers in Plant Sciences, 7:913. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00913 .
- Jagadish, K. S., Kishor, P. B. K., Bahuguna, R. N., von Wirén, N., and Sreenivasulu, N. (2015). Staying Alive or Going to Die During Terminal Senescence—An Enigma Surrounding Yield Stability. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6:1070. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.01070. [Impact factor: 4.298]
- Bahuguna R.N. and Jagadish, S.V.K. (2015). Temperature regulation of plant phenological development. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 111: 83-90.
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