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Details of Research Publications (National + International)

Author Names Topic Journal Name Volume Number Issue Number Page Number Year Published Impact Factor
Hui Tag, Jambey Tsering, Pallabi Kalita Hui, Baikuntha Jyoti Gogoi, Vijay VeerNutritional potential and Traditional uses of High Altitude Wild Edible Plants in Eastern Himalayas, India. International Journal of Agriculture, Biosystems Science and Engineering83395-4002014
Pallabi Kalita, Hui Tag, H. N. Sarma, A. K. DasEvaluation of Nutritional Potential of five unexplored Wild Edible Food Plants from Eastern Himalayan Biodiversity Hotspot Region (India). International Journal of Biological, Life Science and Engineering831-42014
Kalita P, Hui Tag, A.K. DasEvaluation of Nutritional Quality of Four Unexplored wild food plants from Arunachal Himalaya for the formulation of cost effective fish feeds.International Journal of Fish Feeds and Aquaculture 5592-922013
Hui Tag, Nima D. Namsa, P Kalita, P Dwivedi & A.K. DasHerbal medicines used in the treatment of diabetes mellitus in Arunachal Himalaya, north-east India.Journal of Ethnopharmacology1413986-7952012
B.J. Gogoi, J. Tsering, Hui Tag & V. VeerAntioxidant potential and total phenolic content Leucas aspera of Sonitpur district, Assam.International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences331-32012
Hui Tag, L. Jeri, T. Mingki, J. Tsering & A.K. DasHigher plant diversity in Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve in Ease Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh: Checklist - IPleione61149-1622012
Jambey Tsering, B. J. Gogoi & Hui TagEthnobotany and Phytochemical analysis of Pyrus pashia LeavesInternational Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Research381000-10032012
L. Jeri, Hui Tag, J. Tsering, P. Kalita, T. Mingki & A.K. DasEthnobotanical Investigation of Edible and Medicinal Plants in Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary of East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh, India.Pleione5183-902011
B. Saikia, J.S. Rawat, Hui Tag & A.K. DasAn investigation on the taxonomy and ecology of the genus Dioscorea in Arunachal Pradesh, India. Journal of Frontline Research144-532011
Hui Tag, T. Mingki, Oyi Dai, P. Kalita, G. Nimachow & A.K. DasStatus report on Phoenix rupicola t. Anderson (Arecaceae) - an endemic and threatened wild Palm in Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, East Kameng (Eastern Hmalayas), India.Pleione4176-792010
B. Saikia, Hui Tag & A.K. DasDioscorea brandisii Prain et Burkill (Dioscoreaceae) - a new record for India.Pleione411602010
Y. Kosaka, B. Saikia, T. Mingki, Hui Tag, T. Riba & K. AndoRoadside Distribution of Invasive Alien Plants Along altitudinal Gradient in Arunachal Himalaya, India. Mountain Research and Development303252-2582010
Hui Tag, Nima D. Namsa, M. Mandal, P. Kalita, A.K. Das & S. C. MandalAntipyratic and antibacterial activity of Chloranthus erectus (Buch.-Ham.) Verdcourt leaf extract: A popular folk medicine of Arunachal Pradesh. Indian Journal of Pharmacology425273-2762010
Hui Tag, Nima D. Namsa, A.K. Das, P.Kalita & S.C. MandalEvaluation of Anti-inflammatory potential of Chloranthus erectus (Buch.- Ham.) Verd. Extract in rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology1262371-3742009
Nima D. Namsa, Hui Tag, M. Mandal, P. Kalita and A.K. DasAn ethnobotanical study of traditional anti-inflammatory plants used by the Lohit community of Arunachal Pradesh, India.Journal of Ethnopharmacology1252234-2452009
Hui Tag, A.K. Das & Bhaskar SaikiaSurvey and importance of the flora of Rajiv Gandhi University Campus, Rono Hills, Arunachal Pradesh: Checklist-1.Pleione3128-392009
Hui Tag, Ganguva Murtem, A.K. Das and Ranjay K. SinghDiversity and distribution of Ethnomedicinal plants Used by the adis in East Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Pleione21123-1362008
Ranjay K. Singh, S. Anamika, & Hui TagTraditional skill among the adi tribes of Arunachal Pradesh.Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge7127-362008
Hui Tag, A.K. Das, P. K. Hui, Ranjay K. Singh & Palit, G.Botanical resources used in traditional wood carving industry among the Wancho tribe of Arunachal Pradesh.Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge71148-1562008
G. Nimachow, T. Tahong, Hui Tag & O. DaiLinkages between bioresources and livelihood: A case study of adi tribes of Mirem Village, Arunachal Pradesh, India.The initiation (SUFFEREC) 1183-1982008
Bhaskar Saikia, Hui Tag & A.K. DasDiversity of edible species of Dioscoreaceae Plum. Ex L. (Dioscoreaceae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India.Pleione22194-1972008
Hui Tag, A.K. Das, and Harry LoyiAnit-inflammatory plants used by the Khamti tribe of Lohit District of eastern Arunachal Pradesh, India. Natural Product Radiance64334-3402007
B. Saikia, Hui Tag & A.K. DasEthnobotany of foods and beverages among the rural tribes of Tai Ahom of North Lakhimpur district, Asom.Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge61126-1322007
A.K. Das & Hui TagEthnomedicinal Studies of the Khamti tribe of Arunachal Pradesh.Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge53317-3222006
Hui Tag, A.K.Das P. KalitaPlants used by the Hill Miri (Nyishi) tribe of Arunachal Pradesh in Ethnofisheries.Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge4157-642005
S.K. Mandal, S.C. Mandal, A.K. Das, Hui Tag & Tapas Sur Anti-pyratic activity of Eupatorium adenophorum Leaf Extract.Indian Journal of Natural Products2116-82005
Hui Tag, P. Kalita & A.K. Das Ethnobiological study on Hill Miri (Nyishi) Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh emphasized on Traditional Fishing Technology. Arunachal University Research Journal6243-522003
Hui Tag & A.K. DasEthnobotanical Notes on the Hill Miri (Nyishi) Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge3180-852004
P. Kalita, Hui Tag, P.K. Mukhopadyay, A.K. Das, A.K. MukherjeeIndigenous Fishing Techniques Practiced by the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh (North East India). Aquaculture Asia10235-372004

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Details of Published Book/Book Chapters:

ISBN Book Name Chapter Year Published Co-Author Publisher
A study of marriage practices of the Hill Miri (Nyishi) of Arunachal Pradesh2006Rina BRMittal Publications, New Delhi
Advances in EthnobotanySignificant Plants used by the Nyishi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India.2007A.K. Das
978-817035-821-3Traditional PhytotheraphyBiodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, IPR & Rationalization of Traditional Phytomedicine in the context of Northeast India.2013P. Kalita & A.K. DasDaya Publishing House-A division of Astral International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
Compendium of Traditional KnowledgeConservation and Utilization of Traditional Food Bioresources by Nyishi Community of Arunachal Himalayan Region (India): Role of Mythology and folklore.2014Pallabi KalitaKerala State Council of Science, Technology & Environment

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