1. Singh D., Natarajan M., Sekar J., Thimmegowda M.N., Prabavathy V.R., Mäder P., Boller T. and Kahmen A. Influence of spatial arrangement, biofertilization and bioirrigation on the performance of legume-millet intercropping system in rainfed area of southern India. (Under revision) Preprint available at BioRxiv. 

  2. Natarajan M., Sekar J., Thimmegowda M.N., Prabavathy V.R., Persisamy Y., Kathivaran R., Sivakumar M.N., Shashidhar G.C., Bagyaraj D.J., Ashok E.G., Singh D., Kahmen A., Boller T. and Mäder P. (2020) Intercropping transplanted pigeon pea with finger millet and biofertilization with AMF and PGPR boost yield while reducing fertilizer input. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. Click here

  3. Singh D., Natarajan M., Boller T. and Kahmen A. (2020) Deep-rooted pigeon pea promotes water relations and the survival of shallow-rooted finger millet during drought - despite strong competitive interactions and ambient water availability. PloS One. Click here. 

  4. Singh D., Natarajan M., Boller T. and Kahmen A. (2019) Bioirrigation: a common mycorrhizal network facilitates the water transfer from deep-rooted pigeon pea to shallow-rooted finger millet under drought. Plant and Soil. Click here. 

  5. Singh D., Basu C., Meinhardt-Wollweber M. and Roth B. (2015) LEDs for energy efficient greenhouse lighting. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Vol. 49: 139 – 147. Click here.

  6. Singh D., Buhmann A.K., Flowers T.J., Seal C.E. and Papenbrock J. (2014) Salicornia as a crop plant in temperate regions: selections of genetically characterised ecotypes and optimization of their cultivation conditions. AoB Plants, 6, plu071. Click here. 

  7. Babu M.A., Singh D. and Gothandam K.M. (2012) The effect of salinity on growth, hormones and mineral elements in leaf and fruit of tomato cultivar PKM1. J. Anim. Plant Sci., Vol. 22(1): 159-164.

  8. Babu M.A., Singh D. and Gothandam K.M. (2011) Effect of salt stress on expression of carotenoid pathway genes in tomato. Journal of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry, Vol. 7(3): 87 - 94.