• Publications
  • Influence
Ethnomycological studies of some wild medicinal and edible mushrooms in the Kashmir Himalayas (India).
The medicinal use of mushrooms has a very long tradition in Asian countries because of their use as a valuable tonic, food, and in herbal medicines. A study was carried out to document the indigenousExpand
Antioxidant activity of some wild mushrooms of Kashmir Valley
Earlier mushrooms were consumed mainly for their palatability and unique flavours, but their use as to meet specific nutrient requirements and medicinal purposes is recent one. PharmaceuticalExpand
Yield performance of Pleurotus sajor- caju on different agro-based wastes.
Pleurotus sajor-caju, a nutrient rich mushroom was cultivated on four different substrates, viz. Paddy straw, Wheat straw, Apple leaf and Chinar leaf substrates. It was observed that its yield orExpand
Mushroom refinement endeavor auspicate non green revolution in the offing
Abstract. Pala SA, Wani AH, Boda RH, Wani BA. 2014. Mushroom refinement endeavor auspicate non green revolution in the offing. Nusantara Bioscience 6: 173-185. Mushroom can serve as food, tonic, andExpand
Two hitherto unreported macro-fungi from Kashmir ; Himalaya
The Jammu and Kashmir state is stretched between 32°17'-37°03’N latitude 72°03,-80°20°E longitude, with an average annual rainfall of 60-80cm. The state exhibits varied climatic and topographicExpand
Fungal Diversity in the Kashmir Himalaya
The present chapter has documented a total of 548 species of fungi, including 268 species of micro- and 280 species of macro-fungi, from Jammu and Kashmir State, mainly based on review of publishedExpand
Antimicrobial potential of some wild Macromycetes collected from Kashmir Himalayas
Alarming increase in microbial resistance to existing synthetic commercial antibiotics forced scientists to search for new antimicrobials from various alternative sources. The present study carriedExpand
THREE HITHERTO UNREPORTED MACRO-FUNGI FROM KASHMIR HIMALAYA
The Jammu and Kashmir state is stretched between 32°17'-37°03’N latitude 72°03,-80°20°E longitude, with an average annual rainfall of 60-80cm. The state exhibits varied climatic and topographicExpand
Diversity of macrofungal genus Russula and Amanita in Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary, Southern Kashmir Himalayas
Pala SA, Wani AH, Mir RA. 2012. Diversity of macrofungal genus Russula and Amanita in Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary, Southern Kashmir Himalayas. Biodiversitas 13: 65-71. The Hirpora Wildlife SanctuaryExpand
...
1
2
...