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Pankaj Trivedi
Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management
College of Agricultural Sciences

Phone:
970-491-4019
Education:
  • Ph D, Kumaun University; Microbiology
  • MS, GURUKUL KANGRI UNIVERSITY; MICROBIOLOGY
  • BS, KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY; Industrial Microbiology

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Trivedi, Pankaj, (2016) Harnessing host-vector microbiome for sustainable plant disease management of phloem-limited bacteria. Frontiers in Plant Science

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2016) Carbon content and climate variability drive global soil bacterial diversity patterns Ecological Monographs 86 373-390.

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2016) Response of soil properties and microbial communities to agriculture: Implications for primary productivity and soil health indicators. Frontiers in Plant Science.

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2016) Microbial regulation of carbon cycle: evidence from gene-enzyme relationship. The ISME Journal 10 2593-2604

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2016) Species identity of biocrust-forming lichens drives the response of soil nitrogen cycle to altered precipitation frequency and nitrogen amendment. sSoil Biology and Biochemistry 96 128-136

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2016) Effects of climate warming and elevated CO2 on autotrophic nitrification and nitrifiers in dryland ecosystems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92 1-15

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2016) ield evaluation of plant defense inducers for the control of citrus Huanglongbing. Phytopathology 106 31-46.

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2013) Microbial modulators of soil carbon storage: integrating genomic and metabolic knowledge for global prediction. Trends in Microbiology 21 12 641-651.

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2013) Citrus Huanglongbing: a newly relevant disease presents unprecedented challenges. Phytopathology 103 652-665

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2012) Identification of small molecule inhibitors against SecA of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus by structure based design. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 54 919-924

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2012) Huanglongbing alters the structure and functional diversity of microbial communities associated with citrus rhizosphere. The ISME Journal 6 363-383

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2011) Isolation and characterization of beneficial bacteria associated with citrus roots in Florida. Microbial Ecology 62 324-336.

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2010) Huanglongbing, a systemic disease, restructures the bacterial community associated with citrus roots. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 11 3427-3436

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