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Pankaj Trivedi
Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management
College of Agricultural Sciences

  • Ph D, Kumaun University; Microbiology
  • BS, KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY; Industrial Microbiology

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Miller, Hannah, Rehberg, Rachelle Anne, Menger, Ruth Felicitas, Henry, Charles S, Ode, Paul James, Trivedi, Pankaj, Borch, Thomas, (2018) "Advancing pesticide management strategies for citrus greening disease" ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 256

Leach, Jan E, Triplett, Lindsay Renee, Argueso, Cris, Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Communication in the Phytobiome CELL 169 4 587-596

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Microbial nitrous oxide emissions in dryland ecosystems: mechanisms, microbiome and mitigation Environmental Microbiology

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Tiny microbes, Big yields: enhancing food crop production with biological solutions Microbial Biotechnology

TRIVEDI, PANKAJ, (2017) Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ encodes a functional salicylic acid (SA) hydroxylase that degrades SA to suppress plant defenses MOLECULAR PLANT MICROBE INTERACTIONS

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Keystone microbial taxa regulate the invasion of a fungal pathogen in agro-ecosystems Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Soil aggregation and associated microbial communities modify the impact of agricultural management on carbon content. Environmental Microbiology

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Communication in the Phytobiome Cell

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Climate legacies drive global soil carbon stocks in terrestrial ecosystems Science Advance

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Identity of biocrust species and microbial communities drives the response of soil multifunctionality to simulated global change Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Trivedi, Pankaj, (2017) Microbiome and the future for food and nutrient security Microbial Biotechnology

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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