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Project summary:

Embelia Brum. f. (Primulaceae) has been studied only in the regional floras and the century old work of Clarke (l.c.) in India. Comprehensive taxonomic study of the group is still lacking. Therefore, we propose to undertake the systematic revision of Indian Embelia to understand its taxonomy and to resolve its complexes.

Cost: $

2000

Arun Prasanth R.

Highest degree:

Master of Science in Botany

Year obtained:

Year

Applicant Status:

Current student

India

Flowering plants

Savitribai Phule Pune University

Relevant publications (minimum 1, maximum 4):

Nimbalkar, V. V., Arun Prasanth R. & M. M. Sardesai (2019). Rediscovery of Nilgiri Mallow Abutilon neelgerrense var. fischeri T.K. Paul & M.P. Nayar (Malvaceae) after a century from southern India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 11(10): 14388–14390.

Arun Prasanth R., KARUN WILSON, SUNDERASAN, V. (2019). Typification of three names in Garcinia (Clusiaceae) from India. Rheedea 29(4): 228–230.

Arun Prasanth R., SARDESAI, M. M., S. R. YADAV. Taxonomic notes on Boerhavia coccinea and B. procumbens (Nyctaginaceae) in India. Phytotaxa (In review).

Arun Prasanth R., Varsha V. Nimbalkar, SARDESAI, M. M. Delineation of taxonomic identity of Aristolochia indica (Aristolochiaceae) complex inferred from morphology and molecular analysis with a note on its nomenclature. Ann. Bot. Fin. (In Review).

Referee 1:

Prof. Arun Kumar Pandey

Referee 2:

Dr. Ritesh Kumar Choudhary

Scoring Rubric

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Scientific merit

 

1.  Contribution to novel methods for research in systematics and taxonomy and/or
     Building taxonomic capacity in developing countries

2.  Contribution to the generation of novel systematic data

3.  Quality and significance of questions being addressed

4.  Adequacy of methods for testing hypotheses (data collection/analysis/use of different tools)

This proposal scores:

/60

IAPT community building

 

5.  Student's potential for professional success

6.  Perceived need; extent to which the project will benefit from IAPT funding

This proposal scores:

/20

Broader Impacts

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7.  The research will yield durable benefits (revisions, databases, websites)

8.  Potential of the proposed project to generate an impactful publication

9.  The proposed research involves outreach/mentoring and broad dissemination

This proposal scores:

/20

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