Journals / Newsletters / Proceedings

  1. Livingstone, C., D. Narasimhan and M. K. Janarthanan. 1985. A note on an alien weed Seasamum alatum Thonn (Pedaliaceae). J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 7:448.

  2. Rama Rao, N. and D. Narasimhan. 1987. Vitex quinata (Lour) F. N. Williams (verbenaceae). A note on its distribution in Southern India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 9:493.

  3. Srinivasan, S. R. and D. Narasimhan. 1987. A new variety of Polycarpaea corymbosa (L.) Lam. (Caryophyllaceae) from Southern India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 10: 347 - 493.

  4. Rama Rao, N., D. Narasimhan and A. N. Henry. 1987. The Genus Adenia Forsskal (Passifloraceae) in Southern India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 11: 241 – 245.

  5. Rama Rao, N., D. Narasimhan and T. Ravishankar. 1987. On the occurrence of Erythrina fusca Lour. (Papilionaceae) in Southern India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 11: 246 – 248.

  6. Rama Rao, N., T. Ravishankar and D. Narasimhan. 1988. Occurrence of Ougenia oojensis (Roxb.) Hochr. (Papilionaceae) in Kerala.  Indian J. Forestry. 11: 338.

  7. Narasimhan, D., N. Rama Rao and T. Ravishankar. 1989. Two Rare and interesting Taxa of Euphorbiaceae from Andra pradesh, Southern India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 13: 56 – 59.

  8. Narasimhan, D. and N. Rama Rao. 1990. Additions to the Flora West Godawari District, Andhra Pradesh. Higher Plants of Indian Subcontient.1: 39 – 44. (Additional series of Indian J. Forestry). 

  9. Narasimhan, D., John Mathew, Kavin Paulraj, S.M. Selvarathinam and P. Dayanandhan. 1993. Frugivorus birds and Conservation of Dry Evergreen Forest. In Abraham Varghese et al., Bird Conservation Strategies for the Nineties and Beyond. 28 – 31.

  10. Narasimhan, D. 1996. Botanical Aspects of medicinal Plants. Bull. Madras Govt. Museum, New Series: N. H. Section Vol. XII. Pp 68 – 70.

  11. Ravichandran, P., S. Krishnan, N. P. Samson, V. R. Subhiah, Azhakanandan and D. Narasimhan. 1996. Eragrostris dayanandanii – A New Grass from Tamil Nadu, India. Kew Bulletin. 51 (1)

  12. Israel Oliver King, E.D., Cithra Vili and D. Narasimhan. 1997. Socio -   Biological Aspects of Different Ecological Zones of Tamil Nadu. In: Ecological Traditional of Tamil Nadu. (Ed. Nandita Krishna & Javanthi Prabhakaran). C.P. R. Environmental education Centre, Chennai. Pp54 – 62.

  13. Israel Oliver King E.D., Chitra Viji and D. Narasimhan. 1997. Sacred Grooves: Traditional Ecological Heritage, International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 23: 463 – 470.

  14. Krishnan, S., N.P.Samson, P. Ravichandran, D. Narasimhan and P. Dayanandan. 1999. Phytoliths of Indian Grasses and their potential use in identification. Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society (2000), 132: 241 – 252.

  15. Chandra Kala, C., D. Narasimhan and C. Livingstone. 2000 – 2001. Botany of Homoeopathic medicine - A preliminary study. J. Medicinal and Aromatic Pl. Science. Vol. 22 – 23: 482 – 485.

  16. A.      K. Rathna Kumari, D. Narasimhan, C. Livingstone and P. Jayaraman. 2002. Infraspecific Classification of Morinda pubescens J.E.Smith based on Anatomy. Phytomorphology. Vol. 52 (2&3): 207-215.

  17. J. Jayanthi, W. Arisdason, D. Narasimhan and C. Livingstone. 2002. Fimbristylis acuminata Vahl- an addition to sedge Flora of Tamil Nadu, India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. Vol. 26 (1): 236-238.

  18. Sherrie J. D., C. Livingstone, D. Narasimhan and C. Kingstone. 2002. Sphaeranthus africanus L. – A poorly known Taxon from Tamil Nadu. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. Vol. 26 (3): 509-511.

  19. D. Narasimhan and J. Soundrapandi. 2002. Status of Scientific validation and Standardisation of Siddha drugs: Areas for S & T interventions. Proceedings:  National Seminar on Siddha Medicine., Tamil University, Thanjavur.

  20. Sheeba J. Irwin, D. Narasimhan and R. Ganesan. 2003. Status of    Syzygium gambleanum Rathakr. & Chitra (Myrtaceae) from Southern Western Ghats, India. Bull. Bot. Surv. India Vol. 45 (1– 4): 111 – 120.

  21. R. Sumathi, J. Jayanthi, P. V. Sreekumar and D. Narasimhan. 2004. Chionanthus ramiflorus Roxb. var. peninsularis Ravikumar & Lakshmanan, an extended distribution to Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Bombay Nat. His. Soc. Vol. 101 (1): 195

  22. C. Chandrakala, D. Narasimhan and C. Livingstone.  2004.  Plant sources of formulated Homoeopathic drugs.  Bull. Bot. Surv. India, Vol.46, Nos. 1-4: 289-299.

  23. D. Narasimhan, C. Chandrakala and A. K. Rathnakumari. 2005. Floral Diversity of Tamil Nadu.In Tamil Nadu ENVIS News Letter Special Issue Vol. 2(1): 1- 5. Click

  24. D. Narasimhan and K. Rathnavathy. 2003 (2006). Ecology of Sacred Trees: Temple Trees of Northern Tamil Nadu. PILC Journal of Dravidic Studies, Vol.13: 89-118

  25. D. Narasimhan. 2006.  Field Study Presentation: Use of coastal shelterbelts along the east coast of India. In Coastal Protection in the aftermath of the India Ocean tsunami: What role for forests are trees? Proceedings of the Regional Technical Workshop Khao Lak, Thailand.

  26. D. Narasimhan. 2008. Mangroves: Occurrence and importance. In eds. Jegadish Gandhi and F. N. Sugirtharaj. Mangrove Ecosystem in the Bay of Bengal Region, Enhancing Biodiversity and Disaster Risk Reduction.  Coastal Poor Development Action Network India.

  27. Franco F. M and D. Narasimhan. 2008. Ecological Elements in the songs of the Poraja and the Ancient Tamils. Indian Jour. Ecocriticism Vol I. 49 – 54.

  28. Franco, F.M.,  D. Narasimhan and W. Stanley, 2008. Relationship between Four Tribal Communities and their Natural Resources in the Koraput Region. Ethnobotany Research & Applications 6:481-485. Click 

  29. Narasimhan D. & Franco F. M.   2009. What is Traditional Knowledge? In: Krishnan S. & D. J. Bhat (eds.) Plant and Fungal Biodiversity and Bioprospecting. Broadway Book Centre, Goa.

  30. Narasimhan D. & Sheeba J. Irwin. 2009. Conservation of Strict Endemics of the Nigiris. in Tamil Nadu ENVIS News Letter Special Issue: Endemic Angiosperms of Tamil Nadu. Vol. 5(4): 27-34. Click

  31. Franco F.M. & D. Narasimhan. 2009. Plant names and uses as indicators of knowledge patterns. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 8(4): 645-648.

  32. R. Sumathi, J. Jayanthi, K. Karthigeyan & D. Narasimhan. 2009. New Reports to the Flora of India from Saddle Peak National Park, North Andaman. Rheedea 19(1&2): 69-71.
  33. D. Narasimhan, W. Arisdason, Sheeba J. Irwin & Gnanasekaran. 2009. Invasive Alien Plant Species of Tamil Nadu. Proceedings of the seminar on Invasive Alien Species. ENVIS,  Department of Environment, Government of Tamil Nadu


Books / Manuals / Chapter in Books

  1. Narasimhan, D., and E. Anbarasan. 1994. The Future of Environment in Tamil Nadu (in Tamil). In: “Thamizhar Ethircalaviyal” (Ed. David Prabhakar) Bharathi Madram, Madras Christian College. 

  2. Co – author of a manual “ Handbook on Native Fodder Grasses” (in Tamil), published by Society for Social Forestry Research and Development, Chennai.

  3. Co- edited a book titled “Vanam”, a collection of poems, published by Department of Tamil, Madras Christian College and in Literary Magazines.

  4. Co Edited a book titled” Vanam Pirandhathu”, collection of poems, published by Department of Tamil, Madras Christian College. August. 1994.

  5. Narasimhan, D., and R. Arulraj. 1996. “Siddha Mooligaigalin Thaavaraviyal Peyargal” (In Tamil) Anusuya Padippagam. Chennai – 69.

  6. Co-authored the Chapter on “Flora of East Coast (Adyar to Mamallapuram) in: Nirmal Selvamony et al. (eds.), The Changing Face of the Coastal Zone Between Chennai and Mamallapuram Published By Madras Christian College, Tambaram. 

  7. Narasimhan, D., and A. N.Henry – Forests and vegetation of Chengalpattu for the District Gazetteer of Chengalpattu District.

  8. Janarthanam, M.K. and D. Narasimhan (eds.) 2003. Plant Diversity, Human Welfare and Conservation: A symposium Volume. Goa University, Goa

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