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Department of Zoology

Dr. Ananda Mukhopadhyay

Dr. Ananda Mukhopadhyay


M.Sc.(CU), Ph.D.(CU)

Professor

Members of Learned Societies: Former member of International Organization for Biological Control; Life member of Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai, Maharastra, Zoological Society, Kolkata, West Bengal., Indian Society for Plantation Crops, Kasaragod, Kerela, Society for Biocontrol Advancement, Bangalore, Karnataka.


Contact Addresses:

Contact No. +91- 9434872445 (M)
Mailing Address Department of Zoology, University of North Bengal, P.O.- NBU, Dist- Darjeeling, West Bengal, Pin -734013, India.
e-Mail dr_amukherjee_nbu@rediffmail.com , entoananda@gmail.com

Subject specialization: Insect Science, Biodiversity study including birds and mammals

Areas of Research Interest: Entomology, tea pests biology and their management

No. of Ph.D. students:    (a) Supervised: 12      (b) Ongoing: 06 .

No. of M.Phil. students: (a) Supervised: NA       (b) Ongoing: NA .

No. of Publications:        (a) Scientific Papers : 137     ( b) Books and Monograph : 04           (c) Invited articles in book or proceedings: 14

Achievement & Awards:

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Selective List of Publications:

            Books & Monograph:
  1. Mukhopadyaya Anand, Biswa Ritesh, Subba Sangita Khewa, Prasad Anjali and Basnet Kumar (2015) Guide to the Birds of North Bengal University Campus. Second Edition.Publisher: Registrar, North Bengal University. Pp 124.(ISBN: 13-978-81-925799-2-4)
  2. Mukhopadhyay,A., Biswa, R.,Khewa(Subba), S., Prasad, A. Km., and Basnet, K. 2012 Guide to the Birds of North Bengal University Campus.pages101, Registrar, University of North Bengal, Darjeeling, India. ISBN 13:978-81-925799-0-0
  3. Mukhopadhyay, A.  and Sarker, M.  2006. Natural Enemies of some Tea Pests with special reference to Darjeeling, Terai and the Dooars, National Tea Research Foundation, Tea Board, Kolkata (Both in CD and paper form)
  4. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1988  Taxonomic study of the Lygaeidae (Heteroptera: Insecta) from West Bengal , India. Records Zoological Survey of India, Occasional paper no. 107, Pages 72 + XII.

    Scientific Papers:

  5. Prasad Anjali Km., and Mukhopadhyay Ananda  (2016). Growth, nutritional indices and digestive enzymes of Hyposidra infixariaWalker (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) on artificial and natural (tea) diets. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology. 19: 167-172.
  6. Saren Jayashree, Das Soma, Mukhopadhyay Ananda (2015). Temperature–dependent development of Red Spider Mite, Oligonychus coffeae (Acari:Tetranychidae) using degree-day model. Journal of Applied Bioscience. 41(2): 163-167.
  7. Mukhopadhyay, Ananda, Das Soma, Biswa Ritesh, Subba Sangita Khewa, Prasad Anjali Km., Basnet Kumar, Saren Jayashree, Ray Mrinal. (2015). Tea pests of Terai-Dooars, implication of their conventional control and sustainable management options-An Overview. The Global journal of Environmental Science & Research. 2(3): 93-106.
  8. Ghosh B, Mukhopadhyay A, Das A and Bahadur M (2015) Restriction endonuclease fragment analysis of Hyposidra talaca nucleopolyhedrovirus genome. International Journal of Current Research and Academic Review. 3(8): 81-87
  9. Prasad Anjali Km. and Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2015. Fitness traits of the tea defoliator, Hyposidra talaca (Walker, 1860) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) on natural and artificial diets in relation to gut enzymes and nutritional efficiencies. Annales de la Société entomologique de France 51(2):145-152 (Taylor & Francis)
  10. Prasad Anjali Km. and Mukhopadhyay Ananda., 2015. First attempt of complete rearing of tea looper, Biston (=Buzura) suppressaria, on artificial and natural diet. Proceedings of National Academic of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s40011-015-0532-y. (Springer)
  11. Das Soma and Mukhopadhyay Ananda (2015) First report on occurance of melanic  forms of two lepidopteran pests of tea, Hyposidra talaca and Hyposidra infixaria (Insecta: Geometridae), from sub-Himalayan West Bengal. NBU Journal of Animal Sciences. ISSN: 0975-1424.
  12. Roy Somnath, Muraleedharan Narayanannair, Mukhopadhyay Ananda, Handique Gautam (2015) The tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Heteraptera: Miridae): its status, biology, ecology and management in tea plantations.  International Journal of Pest Management.) (Taylor & Francis)
  13. Basnet Kumar and Mukhopadhyay Ananda (2014). Biocontrol potential of the lynx spider Oxyopes javanus (Araneae: Oxyopidae) against the tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis theivora (Heteroptera: Miridae). International Journal of Tropical Insect Science. DOI 10.1017/S1742758414000583. (ISSN: 1742-7592) (Cambridge University Press (CUP)).
  14. Basnet Kumar, Saha Dhiraj and Mukhopadhyay Ananda (2014). Enhancement of Resistence vis-à-vis Defence Enzymes Activity in Tea Mosquito Bug, Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Hemiptera: Miridae) selected through exposure to sub-lethal dose of Monocrotophos. Proceeding of the Zoological Society. DOI 10.1007/S12595-014-0124-5. ISSN: 0373-5893 (print version), ISSN: 0974-6919 (electronic version). (Springer).
  15. Khewa (Subba) Sangita, Mukhopadhyay Ananda and De Damyanti. 2014. Isolation and Characterization of two Bacillus strains toxic to Hyposidra talaca (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) from Darjeeling Foothill Region. Journal of Applied Zoological Researches. 25(1): 39-44. (ISSN: 0970-9304) (Cuttack, India: Applied Zoologists Research Association).
  16. Mukhopadhyay Ananda, Das Soma, Roy Somnath  & Saha Dhiraj 2014 Stress induced changes in the pests of tea plantations of sub Himalayan Terai-Dooars region: An appraisal. Two and a Bud. 60(2):30-42.
  17. Das Soma & Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2014 Host-based life cycle traits and detoxification enzymes of major looper pests (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) of tea from Darjeeling Terai, India. Phytoparasitica 42:275–283 (Springer)
  18. Roy Somnath, Narayanannair Muraleedharan, & Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2014 The red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae (Acari: Tetranychidae): its status, biology, ecology and management in tea plantations. Experimental and Applied Acarology. DOI 10.1007/s10493-014-9800-4 (Springer)
  19. Saha Dhiraj, Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2013 Insecticide resistance mechanisms in three sucking insect pests of tea in reference to North East India: an appraisal. International journal of Tropical Insect Science 33(1) 46-70. (ISSN: 1742-7592).  (ICIPE, Cambridge University press)
  20. Mukhopadhyay Ananda and Roy Somnath 2013 Development of Tolerant traits in Tea Mosquito Bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse) (Hemiptera: Miridae) under insecticide stress. International Journal of Bioresource and stress management 4(2) Special: 418-423. (ISSN: 0976-3988) (R.K.Maiti Foundation)
  21. Prasad Anjali Km and Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2013 A Technique to Measure the Loss in Tea Crop by the Defoliating Pest (Hyposidra talaca Walker)  on the Basis of Dry mass and Leaf-area Parameters  International Journal of Bio-resource and stress management  4(2) Special: 358 – 361. (ISSN: 0976-3988) (R.K.Maiti Foundation).
  22. Biswa Ritesh and Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2013 Levels of detoxifying enzyme (General Esterases and GST) in the worker and the soldier castes of Odontotermes obesus (R.) :  A possible Adaptation to Tolerate exposure to pesticides  International Journal of Bioresource and stress management 4(3) Special: 404-407. (ISSN: 0976-3988) ( R.K.Maiti Foundation)
  23. Saha Dhiraj, Mukhopadhyay Ananda , and Bahadur, Min 2012 Genetic Diversity of Empoasca flavescens Fabricius (Homoptera: Cicadellidae), an Emerging pest of Tea from sub-Himalayan plantations of West Bengal. Proc. Zool. Soc. 65(2):126-131. (ISSN: 0373-5893 (print version), ISSN: 0974-6919 (electronic version)) (Springer).
  24. Prasad, A. K., Das, S., and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2012  Food Utilization and Fitness Traits of the folivorous looper, Hyposidra talaca (Walker)(Lepidoptera:Geometridae) on Tea (Camellia sinensis) and Chiloni (Schiima wallichi). North Bengal University Jourrnal of Animal sciences. 6:61-65. (ISSN: 0975-1424)
  25. Khewa,(Subba),S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2012 Characterizing and testing Biocontrol potential of two Bacillus strains isolated from the tea defoliating pest, Arctornis submarginata(Walker) (Lepidoptera: Lymentridae) Advances in Life Sciences 1(2): 114-117. (p-ISSN: 2163-1387, e-ISSN: 2163-1395) (Scientific & Academic Publishing).
  26. Mukhopadhyay,A.2012. Endosulfan:  insecticide that changed the lives of many. Indian Journal of Social and Natural Science 1(1): 3-6. (ISSN 2277-6117) (Gour Banga Research Forum).
  27. Saha Dhiraj, Mukhopadhyay Ananda , and Bahadur, Min 2012 Variation in activity of three principal detoxifying enzymes in major sucking pest of tea, Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Heteroptera: Miridae) from sub-Himalayan tea plantations of West Bengal, India Proc Zool Soc  DOI 10.1007/s12595-012-0039-y ( Online pub. 02 Aug 2012) (ISSN: 0373-5893 (print version), ISSN: 0974-6919 (electronic version)) (Springer).
  28. Saha Dhiraj, Mukhopadhyay Ananda , and Bahadur, Min 2012 Effects of host plants on fitness traits and detoxifying enzymes activity of Helopeltis theivora, a major sucking insect pest of tea. Pytoparasitica DOI 10.1007/s12600-012-0244-2 (online pub.  19 July 2012) (Impact Factor: 0.68) (Springer)
  29. Saha Dhiraj, Mukhopadhyay Ananda, and Bahadur, Min 2012 Variation in the detoxifying enzymes activity in tea greenfly, Empoasca flavescens Fabricius (Homoptera:Jassidae0 from subHimalayan organic and conventional tea plantations. Pp.257-266. In Symposium Proceedings:Biodiversity status and conservation strategies with special reference to North-East India (edt. R. Varatharajan). CAS in Life Sciences, Manipur University. (ISBN: 978-81-923343-1-8) (CAS in Life Sciences, Manipur University). 
  30. Saha, Dhiraj, Roy Somnath, Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2012 Insecticide susceptibility and activity of major detoxifying enzymes in female Helopeltis theivora (Heteroptera: Miridae) from sub-Himalayan tea plantations of North Bengal, India. International journal of Tropical Insect Science 32(2) 85-93. (ISSN: 1742-7592) (icipe, Cambridge University press).
  31. Roy Somnath, Mukhopadhyay Ananda and Guruswami Gurusubramanian 2012 chemical –based integrated approaches for the management of tea red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acari : Tetranychidae) in tea plantations of sub-Himalayan North Bengal, India. International Journal of Acarology 38(1):74-78. (Impact Factor: 0.691)  (ISSN 0164 -7954 print, 31.01.212.) (Taylor & Francis).
  32. Roy Somnath & Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2012 Bioefficacy assessment of Melia azedarach(L.) seed extract on tea red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) (Acari: Tetranychidae) . International Journal of Acarology 38(1):79-86. (Impact Factor: 0.691)  (ISSN 0164 -7954 print, 31.01.212.) (Taylor & Francis).
  33. Mukhopadhyay,A., Roy,S., Das, S., and Saha, D. 2011. Some stress factors in tea plantation of sub-Himalayan terrain of North bengalvis-a-visthe changing pest scenario: an overview. pages 91-109. In, Proceedings of Tocklai Centenary Conference-II, National Conference on Tea Science ‘Opportunitea’, (Eds S.K. pathak, SA Allesh, D. Thakur, A. Basu Majumder, K. Mangar) Tea Research Association, NB Regional R&D Centre, Nagrakata, W.B., India.
  34. Saha, Dhiraj, Roy Somnath, Mukhopadhyay Ananda 2011 Seasonal incidence and Enzyme-based susceptibility to synthetic insecticides in two upcoming sucking insect pests of tea. Phytoparasitica  (DOI 10.1007/s 12600-011-0203-3) (Published online,29 Oct. 2011), Israel, Springer. (impact factor TR. 0.55)
  35. Mukhopadhyay Ananda , De  Damayanti , and Khewa(Subba) Sangita 2011  Occurrence of Baculovirus in Black inch worm, Hyposidra talaca (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) from Darjeeling. Insect Environment 16(4):175-176. (ISSN 0975-1963) (Insect Environment).
  36. Roy Somnath, Mukhopadhyay Ananda and Guruswami Gurusubramanian. 2011. Resistance to Insecticides in field collected populations of Tea Mosquito Bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse) from the Dooars (North Bengal, India) Tea Cultivations. Journal Entomol.Res.Soc.13(2): 37-44. (Turkey , ISSN: 1302-0250) (Gazi Entomological Research Society (GERS)).
  37. Khewa(subba),S. Das,D., Biswas,G.G., Dhar,P.and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2011 changing Scenario of Bird Richness in Central Bhutan.In: Recent Advances in Animal Science Research 6a,pp.653-664 (edt S.K. Ghosal and D. Roy), Orion press International
  38. Mukhopadhyay Ananda, Khewa(Subba) Sangita and De, Damayanti 2011Characteristics and virulence of NPV isolated from Hyposidra talaca International journal of Tropical Insect Science 31(1-2): 13-19 (ISSN: 1742-7592) (icipe, Cambridge University Press).
  39. Roy, Somnath and  Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2011 A change in the egg-laying strategy of Heleopeltis theivora (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) on tea shoot (Camellia sinensis) on exposure to an organochloride and a pyrethroid pestiside Proc. Zool. Soc. 64(1): 54-56 (ISSN: 0373-5893 (print version), ISSN: 0974-6919 (electronic version)) (Springer).
  40. Rudra Swapan Kumar and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2011.A comparison of rural and urban mosquito fauna of sub-Himalayan Terai of North Bengal.NBU J. Anim. Sc. 5: 9-16 (ISSN 0975-1424)
  41. Das ,S. Mukhopadhyay, A., Roy,S., Biswa, R. 2010 Emerging looper pest of tea crop from sub-Himalayan West Bengal, India. Resistant Pest management Newsletter 20(1): 8-13.
  42. De, Damayanti and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda. 2010. A new strain of Entomopathogenic Bacillus of the tea pest, Eterusia magnifica (Butl.) ( Zyganiidae: Lepidoptera) from Darjeeling foothill region of India. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology. 5:359-364. David Publishing Company, USA. (ISSN 1939-1250)
  43. Rudra Swapan Kumar and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2010. Prevalence of mosquito species in semi-urban and rural areas of Himalayan foothills and plains of terai of North Bengal adjacent to Siliguri, West Bengal, India NBU J. Anim. Sc.4:36-39. (Dec.2010) (ISSN 0975-1424)
  44. Rudra Swapan Kumar and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2010. Mosquito species composition of the Dooars of West Bengal, India Proc. Zool. Soc.63(1);21-25. (ISSN: 0373-5893 (print version), ISSN: 0974-6919 (electronic version)) (Springer)
  45. Roy, Somnath, Mukhopadhyay, Ananda and Guruswami, Gurusubramanian. 2010. Fitness traits of insecticide resistant and susceptible strains of tea mosquito bug Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse(Heteroptera: Miridae) Entomological Research 40:229-232. (Impact Factor: 0.33) (Blackwell Publishing)
  46. Roy, Somnath, Mukhopadhyay, Ananda and Gurusubramanian Guruswami. 2010. Field efficacy of a biopesticide prepared from Clerodendrum viscosum Vent (Verbenaceae) against two major tea pests in the subHimalayan tea plantation of North Bengal, India. J Pest Sci  DOI 10.1007/s 10340-010-0306-5. ISSN: 1612-4758 (print version) ISSN: 1612-4766 (electronic version) (Springer)
  47. Roy, Somnath, Mukhopadhyay Ananda & Gurusubramanian Guruswami. 2010. Development of resistance to endosulphan in populations of tea mosquito bug Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Heteroptera: Miridae) from organic and conventional tea plantations in India.International journal of Tropical Insect Science 30(2):61-66. (ISSN: 1742-7592) (icipe, Cambridge University Press).
  48. Roy, Somnath.,  Gurusubramanian Guruswami. and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2010. Neem-based integrated approaches for the management of tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Miridae:Heteroptera) in tea. Journal of Pest Science 83:143-148. ISSN: 1612-4758 (print version) ISSN: 1612-4766 (electronic version) (Springer)
  49. Roy, Somnath, Ananda Mukhopadhyay & G. Gurusubramanian 2010. Baseline susceptibility of Olignychus coffeae to Acaricides in North Bengal Tea plantations, India. International Journal of Acarology 36(5): 357-362. (Impact Factor: 0.691)  (ISSN 0164 -7954 print, 31.01.212.) (Taylor & Francis).
  50. Somnath Roy, Ananda Mukhopadhyay, and G. Gurusubramanina 2010, Bioefficacy of Coccinellid predators on major tea pests Journal of Biopesticides 3(special issue) 033-036. ISSN: 2230-8385. (Crop Protection Research Centre, Tamil Nadu).
  51. Soma Das, Somnath Roy and Ananda Mukhopadhyay  2010, Diversity of Arthropod Natural Enemies in the tea palntationsof North Bengal with emphasis on their association with tea pests Current Science 99(10): 1457-1463. (Impact Factor: 0.83) (Indian Academy of Sciences.) 
  52. Soma Das, Ananda Mukhopadhyay and Somnath Roy 2010 Morphological diversity, developmental traits and seasonal occurrence of looper pests (Lepidoptera: Geomertidae) of tea crop Journal of Biopesticides 3(special issue) 016-019. ISSN: 2230-8385. (Crop Protection Research Centre, Tamil Nadu).
  53. Ananda Mukhopadhyay, Damayanti De and Sangita Khewa 2010 Exploring the biocontrol potential of naturally occurring bacterial and viral entomopathogens of defoliating lepidopteran pests of tea plantation. crop Journal of Biopesticides 3(special issue) 117-120. ISSN: 2230-8385. (Crop Protection Research Centre, Tamil Nadu).
  54. Roy,Somnath, Mukhopadhyay, Ananda, & Gurusubramanian, G. 2009. Varietal preference and feeding behavior of Tea Mosquito Bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse) on tea plants (Camellia sinensis). Academic Journal of Entomology 2(1):01-09. ISSN: 1995-8994 (International Digital Organization for Scientific Information)
  55. Roy, Somnath,  Gurusubramanian, G. and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2009. Variation of resistance to endosulfan in tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Heteroptera: Miridae) in tea plantation of the Sub-Himalayan Dooars, northern West Bengal, India. Journal of Entomology and Nematology 1(3): 029-035.  ISSN: 2006-9855 (Electronic) 2006-9855 (Linking). (Nairobi, Kenya : Academic Journals).
  56. Roy, S., Das,S,  Mukhopadhyay, A. & Gurusubramanian, G. 2009. Anti-insect properties of wild-growing plants from tea garden areas of North Bengal against the sucking pest, Helopeltis theivora. pp  98-106 In, Improving  Productivity and quality of Tea through Traditional Agricultural Practices(Eds. Beniwal, S.P.S., Choudhary, S.L. and Nene, Y.L.) Asian Agri History foundation (AAHF).
  57. Sarker, M. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2009. Arthropod Natural Enemies as Control Agents of Major tea pests in foothill plantation of Darjeeling. Pp. 119-124. In, Improving  Productivity and quality of Tea through Traditional Agricultural Practices(Eds. Beniwal, S.P.S., Choudhary, S.L. and Nene, Y.L.) Asian Agri History foundation (AAHF).
  58. Roy, Somnath.,  Gurusubramanian, G. and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2009. Status of New Acaricides vis-a-vis conventional acaricides against the red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae (Acarina: Tetranychidae) in teaplantation of Darjeeling Plains, India. Romanian Journal of Plant Protection 2(1): 1-8. Development Institute for Plant Protection , Bucharest- Romania.
  59. Roy, S., Das,S,  Mukhopadhyay, A. & Gurusubramanian, G. 2009. Varietal Preference and feeding Behaviour of Tea Mosquito Bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse) on Tea Plants(Camelia sinensis).Academic journal of Entomology 2(1):01-09. ISSN: 1995-8994 (International Digital Organization for Scientific Information)
  60. Roy, Somnath.,  Gurusubramanian, G. and Mukhopadhyay, Ananda 2009.Neem based integrated approachs for the Management of tea mosquito bug , Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Miridae:Heteroptera) in Tea—a useful quality-control criterion. International J. Agro Veterinary & Medical Scence 3:4-12. ISSN: 1999-9666 (Print) ISSN: 2075-423X (Online) (USA)
  61. Mukhopadhyay, A. and De, D. 2009. Pathogenecity of a baculovirus isolated from Arctornis submarginata (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae), a potential pest of tea growing in the Darjeeling foothills of India. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 100:57-60. (Impact Factor: 2.601) (Elsevier, USA).
  62. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. & Gurusubramanian, G. 2009. Antifeedant and insecticidal activity of Clerodendron infortunatum Gaertn. (Verbinaceae) extract tested on tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse. (Hetoraptera: miridae). Research on Crop 10(1):152-158 .(Impact Factor: 0.10) Gaurav Society of Agricultural Research Information Centre (GSARIC), Hisar, India.
  63. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. & Gurusubramanian, G. 2009.The synergist action of piperonyl butoxide on toxicity of certain insecticides applied against Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Heteroptera: Miridae) in the Dooars tea plantations of north Bengal, India. Journal of Plant Protection Research 49(2): 226-229 (ISSN: 1427-4345) (De Gruyter Open)
  64. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. & Gurusubramanian, G. 2009.Recent tends of population dynamics of tea mosquito bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse, Het.: Miridae) in the subHimalayan Dooars tea plantation and possible suggestion of their management strategies. Journal of Current Biotica 2(4): 414-428. (ISSN: 0973-4031) (Gvein Solutions).
  65. Mukhopadhyay, A & Roy,S. 2009. Changing dimensions of IPM in the Tea plantations of the Northeastern sub Himalayan region. Proceeding National symposium IPM Strategies to Combat Emerging Pest in the Current Scenario of Climate Change. (Eds. Ramamurthy,V.V., Gupta,G.P. and Puri, S.N.). Entomology Society of India, IARI, New Delhi. 290-302.
  66. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. & Gurusubramanian, G. 2009. Ovicidal Toxicity of Chemical and Botanical Insecticides on the Eggs of Tea Mosquito Bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse) in laboratory. Insect Environment 14(4): 165-167. (Insect Environment)
  67. Roy, Somnath, Mukhopadhyay, Ananda, & Gurusubramanian, G. 2008. Impact of Ph (hydrogen ion concentration) of the carrier water on the efficacy of commonly used Insecticides against Tea Mosquito Bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse) in the Dooars Tea Plantation of North Bengal.  International Journal of Applied Agricultural Research  4(1):25-28. (Online ISSN: 0974-4754, Print ISSN: 0973-2683) (Research India Publications)
  68. Roy, S., Das,S,  Mukhopadhyay, A. & Gurusubramanian, G. 2008. Susceptibility of the Red Spider Mite, Oligonychus coffeae (Acarina:Tetranychidae) to commonly used acaricides in the tea plantation of of the North Bengal of India. SAARC J. Of Agri. 6(2):107-116. Print ISSN: 1682-8348 (SAC Publications).
  69. De, D., Mukhopadhyay, A. and Chakraborty, R. 2008. A novel bacterial pathogen (Enterobacter sp.) isolated from the leaf roller, Caloptilia theivora of tea of Darjeeling foothills. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 24:2727-2729.( Impact factor: 1.35) (Springer, International).
  70. De, D. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2008. Pathogenicity of two strains of Bacillus infecting the lepidopteran tea pests, Buzura suppressaria and Eterusia magnifica in Darjeeling foothill region.Jounal of Plantation crops 36(3):408-413. (ISSN: 0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops
  71. Mukhopadhyay, A. and De, D. 2008. Evaluation of entomopathogenicity of baculoviruses to   two lepidopteran pests of tea from Darjeeling Terai region. Jounal of Plantation crops 36(3):402-407. (ISSN: 0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops
  72. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. Gurusubramanium G.,2008. A preleminary toxcological study of commonly used acaricides on tea red spider mite (Oligonychus coffee Nietner) of North Bengal, india. Resistant management news letter 18(1):2-6. Michigan,USA
  73. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. Gurusubramanium G.,2008.Insecticidal persistence & residual toxicity monitoring in tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis theivora (Heteroptera:Miridae) ,Resistant management news letter 17(2):9-14. Michigan,USA.
  74. Gurusubramanium G., Senthailkumar,N.,Bora,S., Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A.2008. Change  in susceptibility in male Helopeltis theivora (Heteroptera:Miridae)(Jorhat population,Assam,India) to different class of insecticides ,Resistant management news letter18(1):36-39. Michigan,USA.
  75. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. Gurusubramanium G.,2008.Susceptibility status of ,Helopeltis theivora (Heteroptera:Miridae) to commonly applied insecticides in the tea plantations of subHimalayan Dooars area of North Bengal, India, Resistant management news letter 18(1):10-17. Michigan,USA.
  76. Das, S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2008. Host based variation in life cycle traits and general esterase level of the tea looper, Hyposidra talaca(Walker) (Lepidoptera:Geometridae). Jounal of Plantation crops 36(3):457-459. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops
  77. Roy, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. and Subramanian, G. 2008. Variation in endosulfan susceptibility and body lipid content of Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Heteroptera:Miridae) in relation to use pattern of insecticide in sub-Himalayan Dooars plantation. Jounal of Plantation crops 36(3):388-392. (ISSN: 0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  78. Sarker, M., Pradhan, B. and Mukhopadhyay, A.  2007. Digestive enzymes and feeding biology of Buzura suppressaria Guen. and Eterusia magnifica Butl., two major defoliating pests of Camellia sinensis from Darjeeling plains, India. Mun. Ent. Zool.2(1): 28-39. (Turkey) MUNIS Research Group (MRG)
  79. De, D. ,Sarker, M. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2007 . A report on the naturally occurring pathogenic bacteria of the lepidopteran tea pest, Buzura suppressaria  (Lepidoptera : Geometridae) from Darjeeling foothills and plains. Journal of Plantation Crops.35(2): 122-124.  (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  80. Mukhopadhyay, A., De, D., Sarker, M. and Bambawale, O.M.  2007. New report of Baculovirus in Buzura suppressaria in India. Natural Product Radiance. 6(5):375-376. (ISSN: 0972-592X) (NISCAIR PUBLICATIONS).
  81. Mukhopadhyay, A., Khewa, S. and De, D. 2007. A report on occurrence of a new defoliator of tea, Arctornis submarginata (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Lymentriidae) from Darjeeling terai with notes on its life history performance. Insect Environment. 13(2): 53-54. (Insect Environment)
  82. De, D. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2007. A study on the pathogenecity of a Bacterium Isolated from the Lepidopteran Tea Pest, Caloptilia theivora. NBU Journal of Animal Science. 1:51-53. (ISSN: 0975-1424)
  83. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.   2006. A preliminary study on Host plant related changes of general esterases in Buzura suppressaria  (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), a major defoliator of tea in the Darjeeling foothills and adjoining plains in India. Sri Lanka Journal of Tea Science. 71(1): 1-7. (ISSN:1010-4208) (St. Coombs, Talawakele : Tea Research Institute) (Sri Lanka)
  84. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.   2006.Studies on Salivary and Midgut Enzymes of a Major Sucking pest of Tea, Helopeltis theivora ((Heteroptera : Miridae) from Darjeeling plains,India. J. Ent. Res. Soc. 8(1):27-36. (Turkey). (Impact Factor: 0.347) Gazi Entomological Research Society (GERS)
  85. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.   2006. Studies on salivary and midgut enzymes of a major sucking pest of tea, Helopeltis theivora (Heteroptera: Miridae) from Darjeeling plains, India. J.  Ent. Res. Soc. 8(1): 27-36. (Impact Factor: 0.347) Gazi Entomological Research Society (GERS).
  86. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.   2006. Tissue level variation in esterases of red slug caterpillar, Eterusia magnifica Butl. (Lepidoptera : Zygaenidae), exposed and unexposed to pesticide spray of tea plantations of Darjeeling plains. Journal of Plantation Crops. 34(2): 94-97. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  87. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.  2006. General esterases of Oligonychus coffeae (Acarina: Tetranychidae) occurring in pesticide-treated and untreated tea plantations of Darjeeling plains, India. J. Appl.  Zool. Res. 17(1): 67-71. (ISSN: 0970-9304).
  88. Pradhan, B., Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.  2006. Development, reproduction and nutritional ecology of Euproctis latifascia (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) on artificial diet and natural host plant, Camellia sinensis. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science. 26(3): 190-196. (KENYA). (ISSN: 1742-7592) (icipe, Cambridge University Press).
  89. Sarker, M. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2006. Studies on some enzymes related to insecticide resistance in Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae) from Darjeeling foothills and plains. Journal of Plantation Crops. 34(3): 423-428. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  90. De, D., Sarker, M., Das, S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2006. Evaluation of killing efficacy of the polyhedrosis virus isolated from Buzura suppressaria Guen. (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), a defoliating pest of tea from Darjeeling foothills. Journal of Plantation Crops. 34(3): 420-422. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  91. Das, S., Sarker, M., De, D. and Mukhopadhyay, A.  2006. Exploring the potential of insect enemies in controlling red slug and looper caterpillar, two major lepidopteran defoliators of tea from Darjeeling foothill regions. Journal of Plantation Crops. 34(3): 432-434. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  92. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2006. A comparison of dynamics of tea aphid population from Darjeeling hills and terai plains with a note on its arthropod natural enemies. J. of Aphidology. 20(1): 39-42. (ISSN: 0970-3810) (MODINAGAR Aphidological Society )
  93. Srivastava, N. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2006. Nutritional ecology of Chrysomela chlorina Maulik (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on large cardamom (Amomum subulatum Roxb.) and its shade tree, Alnus nepalensis D.Don in the agroforstry systems of Sikkim   Journal of Plantation Crops 34(3) : 446-448. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  94. Srivastava, N. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2006 Life cycle and Bioecological studies of Gazalina chrysolopha Kollar (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae), attacking major shade tree, Alnus nepalensis D.Don. of large cardamom agroforestry of Sikkim with an annotated list of insectfauna common to both the plants. Journal of Hill Research 19(2): 59-64. (ISSN: 0970-7050 (Print) 0970-7050 (Linking)) (Gangtok, Sikkim : Sikkim Science Society)
  95. Pathak,S. K. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2005. population variation in common thrips –Mycterothrips setiventris  Bagnal (Thripidae; Thysanoptera) on Darjeeling tea. Journal of plantation crops.33(3) : 210-215. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  96. Das, S.  Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.  2005. Changing diversity of hymenopteran parasitoids from organically and conventionally managed tea – ecosystem of North Bengal, India. Journal of Environmental Biology. 26(3): 505- 509. (IMPACT FACTOR : 0.55) (Triveni Enterprises (India))
  97. Mukhopadhyay,A. and Thapa,D.2004. Nutritional status of ferns and their relation to insect infestation from Darjeeling foothills and plains.  Journal Bombay Natural History Society ,101(2):224-226. (ISSN: 0006-6982) (Bombay Natural History Society (India))
  98. Mukhopadhyay, A., Das. S. and Sarker, M.  2004. Laboratory rearing of Sycanus croceovittatus (Dohrn) (Heteroptera: Reduviidae), a predator of red slug caterpillar of tea, on termite as food. J. Appl. Zool. Res.  15(2): 168- 170. (ISSN: 0970-9304).
  99. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2003. Expression of esterases in different tissues of the tea-pest, Helopeltis theivora exposed and unexposed to synthetic pesticide sprays from Darjeeling foothills and plains. Two and a Bud. 50: 28- 30. (ISSN:0496-6201). Indian Tea Association, Tocklai Experimental Station. (Jorhat).
  100. Pathak, S. K., Srilal, S., Dukpa, N., Sarker, M. and Mukhopadhyay, A.  2003.    Biological studies   of a defoliator of Darjeeling tea, Orygia sp. (Lymantriidae: Lepidoptera) under laboratory conditions. Two and a Bud. 50: 31- 34. (ISSN:0496-6201).Indian Tea Association, Tocklai Experimental Station. (Jorhat).
  101. Sarker, M.  and Mukhopadhyay, A.  2003. Variation in esterase isozymes of the red spider mite from Darjeeling- Terai Tea plantations. p.532. In: Proceedings of the National Symposium on Frontier Areas of Entomological Research. Division of Entomology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.
  102. Mukhopadhyay, A.  and Sarker, M.  2003. Detection and assay of amylase and protease in two major lepidopteran defoliators of tea from Darjeeling Terai. p.561. Proceedings of theNational Symposium on Frontier Areas of Entomological Research. Division of Entomology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.
  103. Sarker,M. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2003 Variation in esterase isozymes of the red spider mite from Darjeeling  terai tea plantation. Proceedings on the National Symposium on Frontier Areas of Entomological Research, p.532. N. Delhi, India
  104. Mukhopadhyay, A. and  Sarker, M 2003 Detection and assay of  amylase and protease in two major  lepidopteran defoliators of tea from Darjeeling terai. Proceedings on the National Symposium on Frontier Areas of Entomological Research, p.561, N. Delhi, India
  105. Mukhopadhyay, A. , Sherpa, P.W. and Pradhan,B.2003  Diversity  of ground arthropod community at organic and chemically intensive tea plantation of Darjeeling terai. Journal of Environmental Biology  24(4):471-476, Lucknow, India. (IMPACT FACTOR : 0.55) (Triveni Enterprises (India))
  106. Mukhopadhyay, A. 2002. Possibility of involving the predator, Geocoris ochropterus ((Fieber) (Geocoridae: Heteroptera) in crop-pest management of India. Proceedings 2nd International Conference, Plant protection Research Institute 1 : 395-401. Giza , Egypt
  107. Pathak, S.K. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2001 Common thrips of Darjeeling – Review of generic name. Two and a Bud 48(2): 23-24. (ISSN:0496-6201).Indian Tea Association, Tocklai Experimental Station. (Jorhat).
  108. Mukhopadhyay, A. , Pradhan, B. and Roy, u. 2001 Preference and consumption of three varieties of tea by the redslug caterpillars (Eterusia magnifica Butl.) Two and a Bud 48(2): 28-29. (ISSN:0496-6201).Indian Tea Association, Tocklai Experimental Station. (Jorhat).
  109. Mukhopadhyay,A. and Biswas, G.G. 2000 Richness of Insect Fauna in the Elevations of Neora valley National park, Darjeeling, India. North Bengal University Review (Sc. &Tech.) 11:23-39. NBU, India.
  110. Mandal,A.K. , Mukhopadhyay, A., and Deb, D.C. 1999 Insect Resistance heterosis breeding in brinjal (Solanum melonngena L.) - one of the best eco friendly components of IPM. Proc. Natn. Conference on Environment pp.163-169.Calcutta, India.
  111. Biswas, G.G., Das,D.D. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 1999 Richness of mammalian species in the higher elevations of Neora Valley National Park. Zoos’ Print 14(4):10-12. Coimbatore, India. (ISSN: 0971-6378) [Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India] : Zoo Outreach Organization
  112. Mukhopadhyay Ananda 1997 Crop association of geocorine predators (Insecta: Hemiptera) in India and its biocontrol potential. Proc. Zool. Soc. Calcutta 50(1):12-18.Calcutta, India. ISSN: 0373-5893 (print version) ISSN: 0974-6919 (electronic version) (Springer)
  113. Mandal,A.K., Mukhopadhyay.A., Deb.D.C. 1996  Impact of some agrochemicals on growth, yield and economics of brinjal, Solanum melongena L. Plant Protection Bulletin   48(1-4): 17-19   (Directorate of plant protection) , Faridabad , India. (ISSN: 0577-750X (Print) 0577-750X (Linking)) (Taipei, Taiwan, Plant Protection Society of the Republic of China)
  114. Mandal. A.K., Mukhopadhyay, A., Deb.D.C.1995  Evaluation of relative susceptibility of egg plant cultivars to shoot and fruit borers , Leucinodes orbonalis. Journal of Applied Zoological Research 6(1):32-34. CRRI, Orissa. (ISSN: 0970-9304).
  115. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Thapa, D. 1994. Species richness of the fern and associated insects from Darjeeling plains . Journal Bombay natural History Society 91(1):86-90. (ISSN: 0006-6982) (Bombay Natural History Society (India))
  116. Mandal,A.K., Mukhopadhyay,A., Deb, D.C. 1994 Screening of egg plant for resistance against shoot and fruit borer, Leucinodes orbonalis (Lepidoptera :Pyralidae). Journal of Applied Zoological Research  5(1):37-38. CRRI, Orissa. (ISSN: 0970-9304).
  117. Mukhopadhyay, A., and Sannigrahi, S. 1994 Evaluation of the toxicity of  two commonly used pesticides on a potential predator, Geocoris ochropterus Fieber (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) of tea pests.  Two and a Bud 41(2): 19-21. Jorhat, Assam. (ISSN:0496-6201).Indian Tea Association, Tocklai Experimental Station. (Jorhat).
  118. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Mandal, A.K. 1994. Screening of brinjal (Solanum melongena ) for resistance to major insect pests. Indian Journal of Agricultural Science 64(11): 798-803. N.Delhi. India. (Impact factor: 0.18) (Imperial Council of Agricultural Research (India); Indian Council of Agricultural Research).
  119. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Saha, B. 1994. On life-performance of Spilostethus hospes (Fabr.) (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) in response to the nutritional quality of four host seeds. Journal of Bengal Natural History Society 13(2):5-14. Darjeeling, India. (ISSN: 0409-0756) (Darjeeling : The Society).
  120. Sannigrahi, S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 1993. Natural Build-up of aphis, thrips, red spider mite populations on young plant of four Tv clones in Darjeeling Terai. Two and a Bud 40(2):51-52. Tockali, Jorhat, Assam . (ISSN:0496-6201).Indian Tea Association, Tocklai Experimental Station. (Jorhat).
  121. Sannigrahi, S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 1993 Population dynamics of some tea pestsinfesting four young cultivars from Darjeeling plains. Journal of Plantation Crops 21(Supplement) :195-201. Kasaragod, Kerala. (ISSN:  0304-5242) Indian society for Plantation Crops.
  122. Mukhopadhyay, A. & Sannigrahi,S. 1993 Predatory efficiency of Geocoris ochropterus (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) on tea aphid Toxoptera aurantii Boyer de Fonscolmbe (Hemiptera : Aphididae). Tea 14(1): 44-49. Kerocho, Kenya.
  123. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Saha, B. 1993 Mass budget of the milkweed bug , Spilostethus pandurus (Scopoli) on four host seeds. Annals of Entomology 11(1):19-23. Deheradun, India. (ISSN: 0970-3721) [SURYA INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS]
  124. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Sannigrahi, S. 1993  Rearing success of a polyphagous predator, Geocoris ochropterus on preserved ant pupae of Oecophylla smaragdina. Entomophaga 38(2):131-136. Paris, France. (ISSN: 0013-8959) (Commission internationale de lutte biologique contre les ennemis des cultures, Springer Verlag)
  125. Sannigrahi,S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 1992 Laboratory evaluation of the predatory efficiency of Geocoris ochropterus (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) on some common tea pests. Sri Lanka Journal of Tea Science 61(2):39-44, Talawakeale, Sri Lanka. (ISSN:1010-4208) (St. Coombs, Talawakele : Tea Research Institute) (Sri Lanka)
  126. Mukhopadhyay,A. and Saha, B. 1992  Performance of the polyphagous seed-predator, Elasmolomus sordidus (Fabr.) (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) on different diet combinations. Proceedings Zoological Society, Calcutta 45 (Supplement A) :383-388. ISSN: 0373-5893 (print version) ISSN: 0974-6919 (electronic version) (Springer)
  127. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Saha, B. 1992  Performance of the polyphagous pest, Spilostethus pandurus (Scopoli) (Heteroptera; Lygaeidae) in relation to the nutritional status of four host seeds. Phytophaga 4(2): 111-120. Madras, India. Accession: 002454656
  128. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Saha, B. 1992. Nutritional values of the four host seeds and their relationship with adult and nymphal performance of seed bug (Elasmolomus sordidus) (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae). Indian Journal of Agricultural Science 62(12):834-837. N.Delhi, India. (IMPACT FACTOR: 0.18) (Imperial Council of Agricultural Research (India); Indian Council of Agricultural Research)
  129. Mukhopadhyay, A., Roy, P.P. and Das, S.  1991 Seasonal history of a geographic isolate , Aethalotus horni Breddin (Heteroptera : Lygaeidae) from the plains of Darjeeling district (West Bengal). Oriental Insects 25:45-52. Gainesville, USA. (IMPACT FACTOR: 0.18) (Taylor & Francis)
  130. Mukhopadhyay, A. , Das, S. and  Roy, P. 1990 Some bioecological observations of Spilostethus hospes (Fabricius)  (Lygaeidae: Heteroptera: Insecta) on a new host plant Solanum khasianum Clarke. Records Zoological Survey of India 88(1): 115-121. Calcutta, India.
  131. Mukhopadhyay, A., Roy, P. and Das, S. 1990 New record and description of Aethalotus horni Breddin with its immature stages  from North-East India. Journal Bombay natural History Society 87(2):235-239. Bombay, India. (ISSN: 0006-6982) (Bombay Natural History Society (India))
  132. Roy, P., Das, S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 1989 Life style of Graptostethus trisignatus Distant (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae)on a new host plant from floor of the sal forest, with description of its adult and immature stages. Journal Bengal Natural History Society (New series) 8(1):37-45. Darjeeling, India. (ISSN: 0409-0756) (Darjeeling : The Society).
  133. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1989 Biological studies of three fig-litter dwelling species of Rhyparochrominae (Insecta: Hemiptera: Lygaeidae). Journal Bombay natural History Society 86(1):50-64. Bombay, India. (ISSN: 0006-6982) (Bombay Natural History Society (India))
  134. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1988 Biological notes on two species of big-eyed bugs (Insects: Hemiptera : Lygaeidae: Geocorinae). Journal Bombay natural History Society 85(2):298-310. Bombay, India. (ISSN: 0006-6982) (Bombay Natural History Society (India))
  135. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1985 Influence of seed diet on fecundity and post embryonic development of Spilostethus pandurus militaris (Fabr.) (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae). Bulletin Zoological Survey of India 7(1)::139-142. Calcutta, India. (ISSN:        0255-9587) (New Delhi, Controller of publications)
  136. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1985 Some aspects of ecology of the lygaeid bugs of the host plant Madar and effect of the latter on the fecundity of  Spilostethus hospes (Fabr.) Proceedings Symposium Host as an Environment . Zoological Survey of India 91-101. Calcutta , India.
  137. Mukhopadhyay, A. and Ghosh, L.K. 1982 Two new species of Geocoris Fallen (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) with some notes on their food  habits and habitats. Kontyu 50(2): 169-174. Tokyo, Japan. (ISSN:0013-8770)  Entomological society of Japan, Tokyo.
  138. Mukhopadhyay, A. , Ananthakrishnan, T.N. and Thangavelu,k. 1981 Records of the new host plants of Oxycarenus laetus Kirby (Lygaeidae : Heteroptera) with notes on its ecology from eastern India. Bulletin Zoological Survey of India 4(1): 117-118. Calcutta , India. (ISSN:        0255-9587) (New Delhi, Controller of publications)
  139. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1980 First record of the genus Bocharis (Heteroptera:Lygaeidae) and a new species from India. Bulletin Zoological Survey of India 3(1&2): 107-109. Calcutta, India. (ISSN:   0255-9587) (New Delhi, Controller of publications)
  140. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1980 Some observations on the biology of the Openbill stork, Anastomus oscitans (Boddaert), in Southern Bengal. Journal Bombay natural History Society 77: 133-137. (ISSN: 0006-6982) (Bombay Natural History Society (India))
  141. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1977 Some observations on the behaviour and breeding biology of  the Bengal tailor bird in Calcutta. Indian Museum Bulletin 12(1&2): 83-88. (ISSN:       0019-5987) (Calcutta: Indian Museum).

    Invited Articles In Book/Proceedings:

  142. Mukhopadhyay, A. Roy,S., Das,S., Saha, D. 2011 Some stress factors in tea plantation of subHimalayan Terrain of North Bengal vis-à-vis the changing pest Scenario: An Overview. In Proceedings 100th Tocklai National Conference on Tea Science, Opportunity (Ed. Chief Advisory Officer, NB Regional R&D Centre,TRA Nagrakata, W.B.)
  143. Khewa(Subba),S., Das,D., Biswas,G.G., Dhar,P. and Mukhopadhyay, A 2011. Changing Scenario of Bird Richness in central Bhutan. In Recent Advances in Animal Science Research,(Eds S.K.Ghoshal and. Ray) Vol-VIA pp. 653-664. Orion Press international, Chandannagore, Hoogly (India) ISBN 81-88094-02-9
  144. Mukhopadhyay,A. and Roy,S. 2009 Changing Dimensions of IPM in the TeaPlantations of the NorthEastern Sub Himalayan Region, pp290-302. In: National Symposium on IPM Strategies to Combat Emerging Pests in Current Scenario of Climate Change (Eds.Ramamurthy,V.V., Gupta , G.P. and Puri, S.N.)Entomology Society of india, IARI, NewDelhi 110012.
  145. Das, S. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2008. Rearing of Sycanus croceovittatus Dohrn (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) on termite food, pp 144-145. In Recent trends in Insect Pest Management (Eds. Ignacimuthu, S. and Jayaraj, S.) Elite Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. N.Delhi.
  146. Mukhopadhyay, A. and De. D. 2008 Isolation of Baculovirus from tea looper caterpillar, Buzura suppressaria (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) and its bioassay. Pages 173--175. In Recent trends in Insect Pest Management (Eds. Ignacimuthu, S. and Jayaraj, S.) Elite Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. N.Delhi.
  147. De, D. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2008 Bioassay of two pathogenic bacteria in tea looper caterpillar , Buzura suppressaria and leaf roller , Gracilaria theivora. Pages 162—165.  In Recent trends in Insect Pest Management (Eds. Ignacimuthu, S. and Jayaraj, S.) Elite Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. N.Delhi.
  148. Mukhopadhyay, A. Das,S. and Sarker, M. 2007 Natural Enemy Resource of Tea-Plantations and its possible role in the Sustainable  Management of Arthropod Pests of Tea from Darjeeling and North-East India. In: Endemic Bioresources of India – conservation and sustainable development  with special references to North-East  India,pp119-138.(Edt. Prof. N. Irabanta Singh) Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh,Dehra Dun, India
  149. Sarker, M. and Mukhopadhyay, A. 2001 Trophic strategy of heteropteran bug, Spilostethus in hospes (fabr.) in utilizing the basic nutrients of host seed . Pages 153-157. In, “Recent advances animal science research”, Vol.1. (Eds. Ghoshal, S.K. and Ray, D.), Orion press International
  150. Mukhopadhyay, A. , Das,D., Biswas,G.G., and Mukherjee, A.K. 1999  Diversity and bioecology of bird life in upper reaches of the Neora valley national park, West Bengal, India. Pages 43-85. In, “Indian wildlife resource ecology and development”. Editor  Sharma, B.D.   Daya Publishing House,  Delhi.
  151. Mukhopadhyay, A., Sannigrahi, S. and Biswas, G.G. 1997 Colonization and utilization of young tea plants by some insects and mites in Darjeeling foothills. Pages 59-69. In, “Ecology and Evolution of Plant-feeding insects in Natural and Man made environment”. Editor, Raman, A. International scientific Publications, N.Delhi  and  Backhuys Publisher, Lieden.
  152. Mandal, A.K., Mukhopadhyay, A, Deb, D.C. 1996 Management of insect pest complex of brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) using resistant varieties and minimum insecticides. Page 89-94. In, “IPM and sustainable agriculture—An entomological approach”  vol. VI, Insect and environmental series. Editor  Goel, S.C.,Mujaffarnagar.
  153. Mukhopadhyay, A., Deb, D.C., Dey, S., and Sinha, S.S. 1996 Potential of geocorid predators (Lygaeidae; Insecta) as biocontrol agents in India. Pages  115-118. In, “IPM and sustainable agriculture – An Entomological approach” vol. VI , Insect and Environment series. Editor Goel, S.C.,Mujaffarnagar.
  154. Mukhopadhyay, A. 1993 Chemical ecology  of some seed-feeding Hemiptera. Pages 179-195. In, “Chemical Ecology of Phytophagous Insects” . Editor Ananthakrishnan, T. N. and Raman, A. Oxford & IBH Pb. Co.
  155. Mukhopadhyay, Ananda and Das Soma 2006 How efficient are Geocorid bugs (Heteroptera :Geocoridae ) as crop pest managers ? In: Indian Crop-pest predators in IPM,pp. 115-133 (edt. Dr. K. Sahayaraj,). Daya Publishing House. N. Delhi.