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Dr. R Dinesh


Soil Fertility/ Soil Chemistry/ Soil Microbiology
Areas of Interest
Soil Biochemistry/ Soil Microbiology


  1. ∎ Dinesh et al (2023) New insights into bacterial Zn homeostasis and molecular architecture of the metal resistome in soil polluted with nano zinc oxide. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 263, 115222 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoenv.2023.115222 (NAAS IF: 13.129)
  3. ∎  Dinesh R.  et al (2023) Soil polluted with nano ZnO reveals unstable bacterial communities and decoupling of taxonomic and functional diversities. Science of The Total Environment, 889, 164285. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2023.164285 (NAAS IF:16.753).
  5.  ∎  Dinesh R. et al. (2023). Metagenomics indicates abundance of biofilm related genes and horizontal transfer of multidrug resistant genes among bacterial communities in nano zinc oxide polluted soil. Science of The Total Environment, 859, Part 1, 160032 [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.160032]
  7.  ∎  Dinesh R. Srinivasan V, Praveena R, Subila KP Priya George, Akshaya Das, Shajina O, Anees K, Leela NK, Haritha P (2022). Exploring the potential of P solubilizing rhizobacteria for enhanced yield and quality in turmeric (Curcuma longa L.).Industrial Crops and Products, 189, 115826.(NAAS IF: 12.449).
  9.  ∎  Dinesh R, Srinivasan V, Hamza S, Sarathambal C, Anke Gowda, J., Ganeshamurthy AN et al (2018) Isolation and characterization of potential Zn solubilizing bacteria from soil and its effects on soil Zn release rates, soil available Zn and plant Zn content, Geoderma, 321C: 173-186, (NAAS IF:13.422).
  11.  ∎  Dinesh R, Srinivasan V, Sheeja TE, Anandaraj M, Hamza S (2017) Endophytic actinobacteria: Diversity, secondary metabolism and mechanisms to de-silence biosynthetic gene clusters. Critical Reviews in Microbiology, 45, 546-566, (NAAS IF:13.35).
  13.  ∎  Dinesh R., Anandaraj M, Kumar A, Bini YK, Subila KP, Aravind R (2015) Isolation, characterization, and evaluation of multi-trait plant growth promoting rhizobacteria for their growth promoting and disease suppressing effects on ginger, Microbiological Research, 173, 34–43, (NAAS IF:11.07).
  15.  ∎  Dinesh R, Ghoshal Chaudhuri S (2013) Soil biochemical/ microbial indices as ecological indicators of land use change in mangrove forests. Ecological Indicators, 32, 253-258, (NAAS IF: 12.263).
  17.  ∎  Dinesh R, Srinivasan V, Hamza S, Manjusha A, Sanjay Kumar P (2012) Short-term effects of nutrient management regimes on biochemical and microbial properties in soils under rainfed ginger, Geoderma, 173-174, 192-198, (NAAS IF:13.422).
  19.  ∎  Dinesh R, Srinivasan V, Hamza S, Parthasarathy VA, Aipe KC (2010) Physico-chemical, biochemical and microbial properties of the rhizospheric soils of tree species used as supports for black pepper cultivation in the humid tropics. Geoderma, 158,252-258, (NAAS IF: 13.422).
  21.  ∎  Dinesh R, Srinivasan V, Hamza S, Manjusha A (2010) Short-term incorporation of organic manures and biofertilizers influences biochemical and microbial characteristics of soils under an annual crop Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.). Bioresource Technology, 101, 4697-4702, (NAAS IF:17.889).