Sachindra Kumar Borthakur

Sachindra Kumar Borthakur

Professor

MSc (Gauhati) PhD (Gauhati)

Ethnobotany

Department of Botany
Gauhati University, Guwahati, 781014
Email:- skborthakur@gauhati.ac.in

     112. Sacred plants of the Karbis of Northeast India.  Teron. R.; Borthakur, S.K.; Janakristi, 2012, 2, 70.

113. Traditional uses of bamboos among the Karbis, a hill tribe of India. Teron, R.; Borthakur, S.K.; Bamboo Science and Culture, 2012, 25, 43. 

114. Traditional practice for dental hygiene  and hazard by common people: A case study in Majuli, Assam. Bora, A.; Devi, P.; Borthakur, S. K. J. Nat. Prod. Plant Resour. 2012, 2, 221.

115. Studies on morphology and ethnobotany of Six species of Garcinia L. (Clusiaceae) found in the Brahmaputra Valley, Assam, India. Baruah, S.; Borthakur, S. K. J. Nat. Prod. Plant Resour. 2012, 2, 389.

116. Taxonomic status of certain members of Smilax Linnaeus (Smilacaceae) based on foliar epidermal structures. Baruah, S.;  Borthakur, S. K.; Ahmed, M. Pleione. 2012, 6, 87.

117. Traditional Knowledge of Dental Care Plants in Assam. Baruah, S.; Gogoi, P.; Ahmed, M.; Borthakur, S.K. Advan. Pl. Sc. 2012, 25, 617.

118. Production potential and economic viability of Som(Persea bombyciana Kost.) based intercropping system. Hazarika, U.; Borthakur, S. K.; Chakravarty, R. Advan. Pl. Sc. 2012, 25, 501.

119. Aeschynanthus gracilis Parish ex C. B. Clarke (Gesneriaceae): a new angiospermic record for Meghalaya and its ICUN status, India. Singh, B.; Borthakur, S. K.; Phukan, S.; Sinha, B.K. Ind. Jour. Pl. Sc. 2012, 1, 69.

120. Traditional Knowledge of Herbal Dyes and   Cultural Significance of Colors among the Karbis Ethnic Tribe in Northeast India. Teron, R.; Borthakur, S. K. Ethnobot. Res. & Appl. 2012, 10, 593.

121. Assessing Ethnobotanical Values  and Threat  Status of Wild Asparagus (Stemona tuberosa Lour.): A Case Study in Eastern Himalaya, India. Singh, B.; Borthakur, S.K.; Phukan, S. J.; Sinha, B. K. Int. Jour. Conserv. Sc. 2012, 3, 319.

122. Wild edible wetland plants from Lakhimpur  district of Assam, India. Pagag, K.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleone. 2012, 6, 322.

123. Vegetation cover and forest structure assessment in Rani and Garbhanga Reserve Forests, Assam using remote sensing and GIS. Devi, H. S.; Pinokiyo, A.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleone, 2012, 6, 328.

124. Documentation of Ethno-veterinary practices in Sikkim, India. Sharma, T.P.; Dahal, S.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleone. 2012, 6, 353.

125. Hydrophytic flora of Assam – I: five new records. Hazarika, S.; Borthakur, S. K. Pleone. 2012, 6, 401.

126. Rediscovery of Blyxa japonica (Miquel) Maximowicz ex Ascherson et Gürke - a hydrophyte from Lakhimpur district of Assam, India. Pagag, K.; Borthakur, S.K.; Pleone. 2012, 6, 435.

127. Caesalpinia sappan Linnaeus (Caesalpiniaceae): a new record for Assam as well as for Northeast India. Baruah, S.; Sarma, J.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleone, 2012, 6, 457.

128. Performance of certain medicinal and aromatic plants as intercrops in som (Persea bombycina Kost.) plantation. Hazarika, U.; Borthakur, S.K.; Chakravarty, R. Crop Research, 2012, 44, 190.

129. Aristolochia platanifolia (Klotz.) Duch.   (Aristolochiaceae): A new record for Assam, India. Baruah, S.; Sarma, J.; Borthakur, S. K. As. Jour. Conserv. Bio. 2012, 1, 138.

130. A study on the biodiversity of Madankamdev and    its adjoining areas on the north of river Brahmaputra, Assam India. Kalita, P.; Borthakur, S. K. Phytotax. 2012, 12, 136.

131. Phyto-redies of jaundice, a traditional     approach on Majuli, Special reference to Satra culture people, Assam. Bora, A.; Devi, P.; Borthakur, S. K. As. Jour. Pl. Sc. & Res. 2012, 2, 664.

132. Sacred groves and sacred plants of the Dimasas of North Cachar Hills of Northeast India. . Medhi, P.; Borthakur, S. K. Afr. Jour. Pl. Sc. 2012, 7, 67.

133. Distribution pattern of Juncaceae   in different protected areas of Sikkim. Chhetri, G.; Hynniewta, T. M.; Borthakur, S. K. Jour. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2012, 36, 507.

134. Selaginella miniatospora (Dalz.) Bak. (Selaginellaceae) - A new record for Northeast India. Roy, H.; Borthakur, S. K. As. Jour. Conserv. Bio. 2013, 2, 79.

135. Extended distribution of Smilax glabra Roxb. (Smilacaceae) from India. Baruah, S.;  Borthakur, S.K. NeBIO. 2013, 4, 12.

136. Comparative micromorphological studies on leaf epidermis in three species of Mimosa Linnaeus (Mimosaceae) from Assam, India. Begum, A.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleione. 2013, 7, 1.

137. The genus Dioscorea Linnaeus (Dioscoreaceae) in Assam, India.  Goswami, N.; Borthakur, S. K.; Hore, D. K. Pleione. 2013, 7, 73.

138. Wild edible plants sold by the Zeme Nagas at the makeshift market of Mahur, Dima Hasao district of Assam. Medhi, P.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleione. 2013, 7, 84.

139. Aanalyses of the Forest Cover Change in Rani and Garbhanga Reserve Forest, Assam, North East India Using Geospatial Technique. Devi, S.H.; Pinokiyo, A.; Borthakur, S.K. Tr. Biosc. 2013, 6, 185.

140. Wild Edible Plant Resources Used by the Mizos of Mizoram, India. Kar, A.; Bora, D.; Borthakur, S.K.; Goswami, N.K.; Saharia, D.; Kath. Univer. Jour. Sc. Eng. Tech. 2013, 9(I):106-126.

141. Selaginella miniatospora (Dalz.) Bak. (Selaginellaceae) - a new record for Northeast India. Roy, H.; Borthakur, S. K. As. Jour. Conserv. Bio. 2013, 2, 79.

142. Ethnomedicinal plants used by Adi-Minyong tribe of Arunachal Pradesh eastern Himalaya. Baruah, S.; Borthakur, S. K.; Gogoi, P.; Ahmed,M. Ind. Jour. Nat. Prod. Res. 2013, 4, 278.

143. A Survey of Ethnomedicinal Plants Utilized by the Indigenous People of Garo Hills with Special Reference to the Nokrek Biosphere Reserve (Meghalaya). Singh, B. K.; Borthakur, S.K.; Phukan, S.J. Ind. Jour. Herb. Spic. Med. Pl. 2013, 20, 1.

144. Comparative Stem anatomy of four species of Dioscorea L. Goswami, N.; Borthakur, S.K.; Hore, D.K. Jour. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2013, 37, 407.

145. Polygonum dichotomum var angustissima(Hook. f.) Chandrasekaran- A new record to the Norteast India. Pagag, K.; Borthakur, S.K. Jour. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2013, 37, 267.

                 146.    Alpinia purpurata (Vieil) K. Schum (Zingiberaceae): A new record for Assam, India. Daimary, R.; Borthakur, S.K.;      Phukan, S. Jour. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2013, 37, 318.

147.    Folklore claims of some medicinal plants as antidote against poisons among the Karbis of Assam, India. Teron, R.; Borthakur, S. K. Pleone. 2013, 7, 346.

148.    Notes on two interesting angiosperms from Assam, India. Baruah, S.; Sarma, J.; Roy, H.; Borthakur, S.K.; Pleione. 2013, 7, 401.

149.    Garcinia dulcis (Roxburgh) Kurz [Clusiaceae]: a new distributional record for Assam, India.  Begum, A.; Borthakur, S.K.; Sarma, J. Pleone. 2013, 7, 545.

150.    Phlegmariurus vernicosus (Hooker & Greves) Å. Löve & D. Löve (Lycopodiaceae): a new record for Northeast India. Roy, H.; Baruah, S.; Saikia, R.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleione. 2013, 7, 83.

151.    Pharmaceutical properties of Indian species of Ficus Linn. Dhungana, P.; Devi, P.; Borthakur, S.K. Int. Jour. Pharm. L.Sc. 2013, 4, 2314.

152. Rediscovery of an endangered plant Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabberly from Tinsukia District, Assam. Sarma, J.; Baruah, S.; Borthakur, S. K. NeBIO. 2013, 4, 10.

153.New distributional record of Hygrophila erecta (Burman.f.) Hochreutiner (Acanthaceae) from Assam, India. Hazarika, S.; Dutta, D.C.; Borkotoki, S.; Borthakur, S.K.. Jour. Econ. Tax. Bot. 2013, 37, 738.

154. Hydrophytic flora of Assam: II. Diversity of aquatic and wetland vascular plants of Nagaon District of Assam, India. Hazarika, S.; Borthakur. S.K. Pleione. 2014, 8, 96.

155. Antioxidative and free radical scavenging activity of ethanolic extract of Lentinula edodes. Devi, L.S.; Ghosh, S.; Das, A.; Borthakur, S.K.; Singh, N.I.; As. Jour. Pharm. Clin. Res., 2014, 7, 195.

156. In vitro antioxident activity and Phytochemical analysis of ethanolic extract of   Lentius connatus. Devi, L. S.; Chakraborty, M.; Chakraborty, C.; Borthakur, S.K.; Singh, N.I.; Jour. Chem. Pharm. Res. 2014, 6, 1302.

157.    Ethnobotanical appraisal of the Hill-Tiwas of Assam, India. Teron, R.; Borthakur, S.K.; Pleione, 2014, 8, 109.

158. Wild edible plants from the Dima Hasao district of Assam, India. Medhi1, P.; Sarma, A.; Borthakur, S.K.; Pleione. 2014, 8, 133.

159. New record of two species of Smilax L. (Smilacaceae) from    Assam, India. Baruah, S.; Borthaur, S.K.; Journ. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2014, 38, 227.

160. New distributional record of Garcinia indica (Thouars) Choisy for Assam as well as the northeastern part of India. Sarma, J.; Baruah, S.; Borthakur, S.K.; Journ. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2014, 38, 221.

161. Microscopical Study of Phlogacanthus thyrsiflorus Nees (Acanthaceae): A Well Known Medicinal Shrub. Dutta, D.; Borthakur, S. K.; Int. Jour. Chem. Life. Sc. 2014, 3, 1347.

162.  Clerodendrum trichotomum Thunberg (Lamiaceae): a new record to the flora of India from Assam. Das, N.; Sarma, J.; Bortahur, S. K.; Pleione. 2014, 8, 503.

163.    Two new varieties of Garcinia morella Desrousseaux (Clusiaceae) from the Tinsukia district of Assam, India. Begum, A.; Borthakur, S. K.; Sarma, J. Pleione. 2014, 8, 491.

164.  Traditional uses of Allium L. species fromNorth East India with special reference to their pharmacological activities. Borborah, K.; Dutta, B.; Borthakur, S.K.; Amer. Jour. Phytom. Clin. Therap., 2014, 2, 1037.

165. Dioscorea laurifolia Wall. ex Hook. f. -A new distributional record for Assam, India. Goswami, N.; Borthakur, S.K.; Hore, D. K.; As. Jour. Conserv. Biol. 2014, 3, 88.

166. Cleistanthus nokrensis (Euphorbiaceae), a new Species from Indian Himalaya. Singh, B.; Borthakur, S.K.; Phukan, S.J. Taiwania. 2014, 59, 197.

167.  Garcinia nervosa miq. a new record from mainland India. Dutta, B.; Borborah, K.; Sarma, J.; Borthakur, S.K.  Ind. Jour. Pl. Sc. 2014, 4, 34.

168.   Plant masticatories and their medicinal importance from Assam & Meghalaya. Borborah, K.; Baruah, S.; Borthakur, S. K. Int. Jour. Herb. Med. 2014, 2, 21.

169.  Aromatic plants containing essential oil component-linalool, eugenol and methyl chavicol reported from North-East India. Dutta, B.; Borborah, K.; Borthakur, S. K. Jour. Nat. Prod. Pl. Res. 2015, 5, 6.

170. Tacca chantrieri André (Taccaceae): A beautiful ornamental flora recorded as a new for India. Baruah, S.; Sarma, J.; Borthakur, S.K. NeBIO, 2015, 6, 18.

171. Caldesia oligococca (F. von Mueller) Buchenau [Alismataceae]: a new record for Assam in India. Hazarika, S.; Borthakur, S. K. Pleione. 2015, 9, 103.

172. Forest issues and challenges in protected area management: a case study from Himalayan Nokrek National Park and Biosphere Reserve, India. Singh, B.; Borthakur, S. K.; Int. Jour. Conserv. Sc. 2015, 6, 233.

173. Ethnobotanical knowledge of the tribes of the erstwhile Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Kar, A.; Borthakur, S. K. Ethnobotany. 2015, 27, 8.

174. Conservation of Mesua assamica (King & Prain) Kosterm. - an endangered plant of Assam. Sharma P. B.; Borthakur, S.K.; Tanti, B. NeBIO. 2016, 7, 17.

175.  Morphological and anatomical studies of vegetative parts of Brucea mollis Wall. ex Kurz - an endemic medicinal plant of Assam. Kakati, D; Borthakur, S. K. NeBIO, 2016, 7, 57.

176. Diversity and Ethnobotany of the Genus Phlogacanthus Nees in Assam, India. Dutta, B.; Sarma, J.; Borthakur, S. K. Int. J. Life. Sci. Scienti. Res. 2016, 2, 472.

177. Clerodendrum chínense var. hamrensis – a new variety from Arting, Hamren,West Karbi Anglong, Assam, India. Das, N.; Sarma, J.; Borthakur, S. K. NeBIO, 2016, 7, 49.

178. Artisans of Meitei-Pangal/Pangal Community (Muslims) in the Making of Some Bamboo Tools and it’s Implements and Their Role in the Conservation of Bio-Resource in Manipur. Ahmed, M. M.; Das, R.; Borthakur, S. K. Int. Jour. N. Tech. Res. 2016, 8, 28.

179. Clerodendrum hexangularis D. Baro et S. K. Borthakur: A new species from Manas National Park of Assam. Baro, D.; Borthakur, S.K. NeBio. 2016, 7, 133.

180.    Formulation of a herbal mosquito repellent. Sharma, P. B.; Borthakur, S.K. Ann. Pl. Sc. 2016, 5, 1463.

181.    Diversity and distribution of Papilionaceae in Manas National Park, Assam, India. Baro, D.; Borthakur, S.K. Biosc. Discov. 2017, 8, 14.

182.  Study on indigenous knowledge and approach for conservation of Brucea mollis Wall. ex Kurz- an RET plant of NE India. Kakati, D.; Barthakur, S.K. Biosc. Discov. 2017, 8, 119.

183. Climbing Angiosperms of Manas National Park, Assam: Diversity and Ethnobotany. Baro, D.; Borthakur, S. K. Biosc. Discov.2017, 8, 158.

184. Effect of 2, 4-D on callus induction at nodal and internodal explants of Brucea mollis Wall. ex Kurz- an endangered plant of Northeast India. Das, P.; Tanti, B.; Borthakur, S.K. Biosc. Discov. 2017, 8, 369.

185. Ornamentally Important Species of Musa L. (Musaceae) in Assam, India. Borthakur, S. K.; Borborah , K.; Tanti, B. Jour. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2017, 40, 22.

186. Database on medicinal plants of Tamze Medicinal Plants Conservation Area (MPCA) of Sikkim Himalaya, India. Dahal, S.; Sharma, T. P.; Borthakur, S. K. NeBIO. 2017, 8, 45.

187. Petiole anatomy of Indian species of the genera Smilax L. and Heterosmilax Kunth. (Smilacaceae). Baruah, S.; Baro, D.; Borthakur, S. K. Ann. Pl. Sc. 2017, 6, 1690.

188.    Medicinal Plants Genetic Resources of Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary, Sikkim, India. Dahal, S.; Borthakur, S. K. Int. Jour. Curr. Res. 2017, 9, 56277

189. Lectotypification of Beilschmiedia brandisii (Lauraceae). Bawri, A. & Borthakur, S.K.. Rheedea, 2017, 27(2), 132

 Ph. D.

 

 1.     Head, Department of Botany, Gauhati University, 2005-2008 .

2.     Member of Executive Council, Gauhati University -2007 to 2008.

3.     Member of Court, Gauhati University -200 to 2008.
4.  Member of Academic Council, Gauhati University –Since 2003
5.  Member of Academic Council, University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya –Since 2010.
6. Chairman, State Environment Impact Assessment Authority, Assam, 2013 -2015.
7.     Head, Department of Botany, Gauhati University,2014-2015.
8.     Member, State Medicinal Plant Board –Since 2008
9. Member of Management Committee of Institute of Ethnobiology, Jodhpur‒Since 2012

 

 

Sl. no.
Name
Year
Present Position
 
1.
Dr.Puspa Gogoi
1994
Retired as Associate Professor, Dhemaji College, Assam.
2.
Dr.(Mrs.) Annajyoti Gogoi
1997
Associate Professor, Dhemaji College, Assam.
3.
Dr.(Mrs.)Prativa Deka
1997
Associate Professor, Mangaldai College, Assam.
4.
Dr.(Ms) Rafiqua Akhtar
1998
Research Officer, ICMR, Dibrugarh
5.
Dr. Sunny Thomas
2000
Self-employed
6.
Dr.(Mrs) Ayasha Ashraf Ahmed
2000
Retired Associate Professor, Shillong College, Meghalaya
7.
Dr.Chandra Barooah
2000
Research Officer, ASTEC, Guwahati.
8.
Dr.Triguna Ranjan Sarmah
2001
 Educational Enterpreneur
9.
Dr.Khagendra Kumar Nath
2001
Principal, Mangaldai College, Assam.
10.
Dr.Amal Chandra Dutta
2002
Associate Professor, Dhakuakhana College, Assam.
11.
Dr.Anupam Sarmah
2005
Zonal Coordinator, WWF, North Bank Landscape, Assam
12.
Dr.Ashis Kar
2005
Scientist TERI, Guwahati.
13.
Dr.Sarat Borkataki
2006
Principal, Nagaon College, Assam
14.
Dr.(Mrs.)Athokpam Pinokiyo
2006
Associate Professor, D M College, Imphal, Manipur.
15.
Dr.Paresh Chandra Kalita
2006
Associate Professor, Pub Kamrup College, Assam.
16.
Dr.Hiajal Samati
2006
Self-employed
17.
Dr.(Mrs.) Bibha Talukdar Choudhury
2006
Associate Professor, Assam Ayurvedic College, Jalukbari, Assam.
18.
Dr.T.A.M.Jagadeesh Ram
2006
Scientist, Botanical Survey of India, Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
19.
Dr.Krishna Kanta Sharmah
2006
Associate Professor, B B K College, Assam.
20.
Dr.(Mrs.) Namita Nath
2006
Associate Professor, Gauhati University.
21.
Dr.Rajib Gogoi
2006
Scientist, Botanical Survey of India, CNH, Howrah, West Bengal.
22.
Dr.Tika Prasad Sharma
2007
Advisor, Forest Department, Sikkim, Gangtok.
23.
Dr.Dipak Nath
2007
Dy Director, Department of Sericulture, Halflong, Assam.
24.
Dr.(Ms.)Samim Sofika Begum
2008
Principal, Maryam Ajmal Womwn’s College of Science, Hojai, Assam
25.
Dr.Taj Uddin Khan
2009
Associate Professor, S S College, Hailakandi, Assam.
26.
Dr.(Ms.) Geetamani Chhetri
2010
Research Officer, Forest Department, Sikkim, Gangtok. 
27.
Dr.Amad Uddin
2010
Self-employed
28.
Dr.Bikarma Singh
2011
Scientist, Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine, Jammu
29.
Dr.Pramod Medhi
2011
 Associate Professor, Pandu College, Assam.
30.
Dr.Ranjit Daimary
2011
Scientist, Botanical Survey of India, Shillong, Meghalaya.
31.
Dr.(Mrs.)R. A. Ranyaphi
2011
Self-employed
32.
Dr.Rajkumar Rajendra Singh
2011
Scientist, DRDO, Tezpur, Assam.
33.
Dr. Robin Teron
2011
Associate Professor, Assam University, Diphu Campus, Diphu, Assam.
34.
Dr.(Mrs.) Urmimala  Hazarika
2011
Scientist, CMER & TI , Lahdoigarh, Jorhat, Assam
35.
Dr. Najim Forid Islam
2012
Associate Professor, N N Saikia College Titabar, Assam.
36.
Dr. Himu Roy
2013
Assistant Professor, Cotton University, Guwahati.
37.
Sl. No
Name
Status
1.
Dr. Amal Bawri
DST-National Post-Doctoral Fellow
2.
Mrs. Azima Begum
Ph.D. Student
3.
Mrs. Sabita Dahal
Ph.D. Student
4.
Mrs. Debashree Kakati
Ph.D. Student
5.
Mrs. Prapty Das
Ph.D. Student
6.
Mr. Prantic Sarma Baruah
Ph.D. Student

 A. RESPONSIBILITIES

  •  Reviewer of research proposals for funding of different funding agencies like DBT, DST, MoEFCC, GBPHIED, ASTEC, etc.
  • Reviewer of manuscripts for many national and international journals like-Current Science, Rheedea, Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy, Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, Taiwania, Phytotaxa, Phytotaxonomy, National Academy of Science Letter, Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, Nordiac Journal of Botany, Annales of Bonanical Fenici, Kew Bulletin, Ethnobotany, Economic Botany, etc.
  • Editorial boards of several journals like- Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, Pleione, Phytotaxonomy, Ethnobotany, Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany etc
  • Member of many boards and committees like Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan, State Medicinal Plant Board, Core Committee on Climate Change Action Plan, Govt. of Assam.
  • Member of panel of experts and advisory boards of different national or international bodies and programmes like-UPSC, SSC, APSC, OPSC, APPSC, NERIST, NEIST, MZU, MU, NEHU, Bardhawman University, Dibrugarh University, Rajiv Gandhi University, etc.

 

B. NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE /SEMINAR ORGANIZED
 
  • Ethnomedicine of North-East India –Nov., 1998
  • National Conference on Bioresource of Northeast India –March, 2007
  • National Seminar on Commercial cultivation of Medicinal Plants in Northeast India-Oct., 2008
  • Climate Change, Global warming and NE India: Regional Perspectives-2010
  • National Conference on Biodiversity Conservation –March, 2015.
 
C. MEMBERS OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES:
  • Indian Science Congress
  • Indian Botanical Society
  • Society of Ethnobotanists
  • Indian Association of Plant Taxonomists
  • Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomists
  • East Himalayan Society for Spermatophyte Taxonomy
  • Assam Science Society
 
D. INVITED TALKS/RESOURCE PERSON:
  • International Conference on Ethnobiology at Kunming, China-Oct., 1990
  • International Conference on Ethnobotany at Lucknow-Oct., 1994
  • National Conference on Biodiversity of Eastern Himalayan Protected Areas atGuwahati-Sept.,-2003.
  • Several invited and lead talks were delivered in Seminars/Conferences/Refresher Courses in IIT, Guwahati, NEIST, Jorhat, DRDO, Tezpur, NERIST, Itanagar, BSI, Kolkata & Shillong, NEHU, Shillong, NISCAIR, New Delhi, Mizoram University, NBRI, Lucknow, North Bengal University, Siliguri, CIMAP, Lucknow, AYUSH, Itanagar, RFRI, Jorhat, IASST, Guwahati, USTM, Meghalaya, IIE, Guwahati, etc.
 

 

1. M.Sc. in Botany with specialization in Plant Taxonomy, Gauhati University (1975).

2. Ph.D. in Ethnobotany, Gauhati University (1980).

3. CSIR JRF in Botanical Survey of India, CNH, Howrah (1976-1980).

4. CSIR SRF in Botanical Survey of India, CNH, Howrah (1980-1982).

5. Lecturer, Department of Botany, Cotton College, Guwahati (13/03/1982-11/03/1985).

6. Lecturer, Department of Botany, Gauhati University (12/03/1985-17/01/1993).

7. Reader, Department of Botany, Gauhati University (18/01/1993-31/10/2001).

8. Professor, Department of Botany, Gauhati University (01/11/2001- onwards).

1. Plant Taxonomy

2. Floristics

3. Ethnobotany & Traditional knowledge

4. Conservation Biology

 

A. Completed:

 

1.     Evaluation of Biodiversity of Deepar Beel-A Ramsar Site –Sponsored North- Eastern Space Applications Centre, Shillong (2001-2004); Allocation: Rs.300000/-

 

2.     Boidiversity of Nameri National Park –Sponsored by MoEF, Govt of India  (2007-2010); Allocation: Rs.1200000/-

 

3.     Developing A Digital Database On Bio-Resources Of North-East India-Through A Network Approach Among North-East States –Sponsored by DBT, Govt. of India(2012-2015); Allocation: Rs.4200000/-

 

4.     Prevention of Extinction (All India Network Project-Sponsored by DST, Govt. of India (2012-2018); Allocation: Rs.9800000/-

 

B. On-going:

 

1.   Development of High yielding, Non lodging and Biotic resistant Varieties of Joha Rice of Assam through Biotechnological Intervention- Sponsored by DBT, Govt. of India (2016 - 2019), Rs. 35.57 lakhs

 

 

 

1.     Bader Memorial Gold Medal as best graduate of Darrang College, Tezpur, Assam in 1973.

2.     S. K. Jain gold medal in 1998 (by   Society of Ethnobotanists)

3.     B.N. Mehrotra Medal 2006-2007 for Active Botanist, Taxonomist and Ethnobotanist (By Society of Ethnobotanists)

4.     Fellow of Indian Botanical Society

5.     Fellow Society of Ethnobotanists

6.     Fellow Indian Association of Plant Taxonomists

A. BOOK PUBLICATION

  1.   Borthakur, S. K., Deka, P. & Nath, K. 2001. Illustrated Manual of Ferns of Assam. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. (ISBN81-211-0205-7).
  2. Barooah, C. & Borthakur, S. K. 2003. Diversity and distribution of Bamboos in Assam. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, DehraDun. (ISBN81 -211-0230-8).
  3.  Medhi, P. and Borthakur, S.K. (2016). Traditional Knowledge on Plant Resources of the Ethnic Communities of North East India (Borail Hill Range). EBH (India) Publishers, Guwahati. (ISBN9789383252848).
  4.  Ahmed, A. A. & Borthakur, S. K. 2005. Ethnobotanical Wisdom of the Khasis (Hynniew Treps) of Meghalaya. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, DehraDun. (ISBN81-211 -0434-3).
  5.  N.Nath & Borthakur, S.K. 2015. Beautiful Flowers of Assam.EBH Publishers (India),Guwahati. (ISBN978-93-83252-50-3).
  6. Borthakur, S. K. 2004. Biodiversity of North East India: Is it a Wealth or a Resource? Nowgong College Teacher’s Council, Nagaon, Assam.
  7.  Borthakur, S.K. 2010. Medicinal Plants of Northeast India. NEDFi, Guwahati.
  8.  Borthakur, S.K. 2010. Climate Change, Global warming and NE India: Regional Perspectives. ERD Foundation, Guwahati.
  9.  Borthakur,S.K.(Ed.)2010.Proceedings of the National Seminar on Commercial cultivation of Medicinal Plants in Northeast India .NEDFi, Guwahati.
  10.  Khan,T.U. & Borthakur,S.K.2013. Biodiversity Conservation in North East India. LAP LAMBART  Academic Publishing,Germany. (ISBN-10: 3659468320)
  11.  Borthakur, S. K. & Bora, N. 1989. Udvid Bijnan (Angiosperm). Univ. Publ., Gauhati University, Guwahati. (A text book in Assamese for three years degree course of Gauhati University).
  12.  Borthakur, S. K., Bawri, A. & Nath, N. 2018. Advances in Botanical Research in N.E. India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati (ISBN 978-93-86302-52-6).
  13.  Sharmah, T.P. & Borthakur, S. K., 2018. Bamboos of North-East India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati (ISBN 9789383252176)
  14.  Borthakur, S. K. et al., 2018.  Flora of BTAD [Vols. 1-4.] EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati (ISBN978-93-86302-57-1)

 

  1. Borthakur, S. K. 1981. Plants in folklore and folktales of the Karbies (Mikirs) of Assam. In Jain, S. K. (Ed.) Glimpses of Indian Ethnobotany. Oxford & IBH Publ. Co., New Delhi. pp. 170-181.
  2. Borthakur, S. K. 1981. Studies in ethnobotany of the Karbis (Mikirs) of Assam: Plant masticatories and dyestuffs. In Jain, S. K. (Ed.) Glimpses of Indian Ethnobotany. Oxford & IBH Publ. Co., New Delhi. pp. 182-190.
  3. Jain, S. K. & Borthakur, S. K. 1981. Solanaceae in Indian tradition, folklore and medicine. In D’Arcy, W. G. (Ed.) Solanaceae-Biology and Systematics. Columbia Univ. Press, New York. pp. 577-583.
  4. Borthakur, S. K. 1996. Wild edible plants in Markets of Assam, India-An ethnobotanical investigation. In Jain, S. K. (Ed.) Etnobiology in Human Welfare. Deep Publ., New Delhi. pp. 31-34.
  5. Borthakur, S. K. & Sharma, U. K. 1996. Ethnoveterinary medicine with special reference to cattle prevalent among the Nepalis of Assam. In Jain, S. K. (Ed.) Ethnobiology in Human Welfare. Deep Publ., New Delhi. pp. 197-199.
  6. Gogoi, P. & Borthakur, S. K. 1996. Ethnic plant classification and nomenclature of the Tai Khamtis of northeastern India. In Jain, S. K. (Ed.) Ethnobiology in Human Welfare. Deep Publ., New Delhi. pp. 482-484.
  7. Dutta, A., Borkotoki, A., Kalita, J., Sharma, D. K. & Borthakur, S. K. 1996. Use of certain animals and animal products in Indigenous System of treatment in Assam.  In Jain, S. K. (Ed.) Ethnobiology in Human Welfare. Deep Publ., New Delhi. pp. 209-210.
  8. Thomas, S., Goswami, M., Haridasan, K. & Borthakur, S. K. 1998. Biodiversity and conservation of rattans/canes in Arunachal Pradesh. In Sundriyal, R. C., Shankar, U. & Upreti, T. C. (Eds.) Perspectives of Planning and Development in North East India. G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development HIMAVIS Occasional Publ. No. 11, Almora. pp. 106-110.
  9. Sarmah, A., Thomas, S., Goswami, M., Haridasan, K. & Borthakur, S. K. 2000. Rattan and bamboo flora of North-East India in a conservation perspective. In Arunachalam, A. & Khan, M. L. (Eds.) Sustainable Management of Forests. International Book Distributors, DehraDun. pp. 265-282.
  10. Borthakur, S. K., Nath, K. & Sharma, T. R. 2001. Inquire into old Lead: Ethnoveterinary medicine for treatment of elephant in Assam-II. In Pande, P.C. & Samant, S.S. (Eds.) Plant Diversity of Himalaya. Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital. pp. 573-582.
  11. Borthakur, S. K. 2003. Setting priorities to interfuse between medicinal plants and indigenous knowledge to boost rural economy in Assam. In Singh, G., Singh, H. B. & Mukharjee, T. K. (Eds.) Ethnomedicine of North-East India. NISCAIR, New Delhi. pp. 64-69.
  12. Sarmah, A., Singh, L. S., Haridasan, K. & Borthakur, S. K. 2003. Ethnomedicinal uses of certain plants of West Kameng and Tawang districts of Arunachal Pradesh-a preliminary account. In Singh, G., Singh, H. B. & Mukharjee, T. K. (Eds.) Ethnomedicine of North-East India. NISCAIR, New Delhi. pp. 185-189.
  13. Baruah, R., Saikia, D. & Borthakur, S. K. 2003. Studies on ethnomedicinal plants of Darrang district, Assam. In Singh, G., Singh, H. B. & Mukharjee, T. K. (Eds.) Ethnomedicine of North-East India. NISCAIR, New Delhi.  NISCAIR, New Delhi.  pp. 70-78.
  14. Borthakur, S. K. 2003. Diversirty of Bamboos in North-East India and need for conservation. In Meru, E. (Eds.) Bamboo – it’s potential in the North-East. SFS College, Govt. of India, Ministry of Environment and Forest, Burnihat. Meghalaya. pp. 8-18.
  15. Borthakur, S. K. 2003. Indigenous knowledge and conservation of Biodiversity in Mountain ecosystems. In Baruah, P. P. (Ed.) Biodiversity of Eastern Himalayan Protected Areas. Department of Botany, Handique Girl’s College, Guwahati, Assam. pp. 209-213.
  16. Ahmed, A. A., & Borthakur, S. K. 2003. Traditional knowledge in conservation of Biodiversity in rural Khasi and Jaintia Hills. In Baruah, P. P. (Ed.) Biodiversity of Eastern Himalayan Protected Areas. Department of Botany, Handique Girl’s College, Guwahati, Assam. pp. 264-267.
  17. Kar A., & Borthakur, S. K. 2005 Ethnomedicines from Monpa Community of Arunachal Pradesh-A preliminary account .In P. K. Mukherjee (Ed.) Proceeding Volume of International Conference on Promotion and Development of Botanicals with International Coordination: Exploring quality, safety, efficacy and regulations. Allied Book Agency, Kolkata.  pp. 266-271.
  18. Ahmed AA & Borthakur SK. 2007. Notes on the Folk medicine of the Khasis of Meghalaya, India. In AP Das & AK Pandey (Eds.) Advances in Ethnobotany, Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun.pp.149-167.
  19. Kar A & Borthakur SK.2007. Indigenous herbal treatment of Bodo tribe of Sonitpur district of Assam. In AP Das & AK Pandey (Eds.) Advances in Ethnobotany, Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun.pp.33-42.
  20. Borthakur, S.K. 2008. Flowers of Assam. In Deka,B.(Ed.) Assam –Land and People. K. C. Das Commerce College, Guwahati. pp. 56-67.
  21. Bortrhakur, S.K. 2010. Green Gold. In Changkakati, R.P. (Ed.) Natural Heritage of Assam. Assam Forest Department, Guwahati. pp. 124-129.
  22. Kar,A., Bora,D. & Borthakur,S.K.2011.Wild Edible Plants of Northeast India . In Baruah,A & Nath ,S.C. (Eds.) Aromatic and Spice Plants – Utilization and Conservation. Aavishkaar Publishers,Jaypur. pp. 14-34.
  23. Roy, H.& Borthakur,S.K.2011.Taxonomic studies on Selaginellaceae of Assam,India.In Gosh,C. & Das,A.P.(Eds.) Recent Studies In Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge In India . Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun .pp.101-108.
  24. Roy, H & Borthakur, S.K. 2011. Traditional Knowledge vis-a-vistilization, Protection and Conservation of Biodiversity. In Gosh,C. & Das,A.P.(Eds.) Recent Studies In Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge In India . Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun. pp.115-124.
  25. Baruah, S., Borthakur, S.K. and Ahmed, A.2011.Ethnobotany of the genus Smilax (Smilacaceae in Assam,India. In Gosh, C. & Das, A.P. (Eds.) Recent Studies in Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge In India. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun. pp. 251-256.
  26. Medhi,P. & Borthakur,S.K.2014.Phytoresources from North Cachar Hills in Assam: Vegetables. In Panda,S. & Ghosh,C. (Eds.) Diversity and Conservation of Plants and Traditional Knowledge. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra             Dun. pp. 395-408.
  27. Baruah, S. & Borthakur, S.K. 2014. Smilax aspericaulis Wallich ex A.DC. (Smilacaceae)- An addition to the state flora of Assam. In Panda, S. & Ghosh, C   (Eds.).Diversity and Conservation of Plants and Traditional Knowledge. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. pp. 135-138.
  28. Teraon,R. & Borthakur,S.K.2014.Traditional ecological knowledge of the Karbis of Assam, India: Utilization, conservation and management of natural     resources .In Panda, S. & Ghosh, C.(Eds.) Diversity and Conservation of Plants and       Traditional Knowledge. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. pp. 425- 436.
  29. Borthakur, S.K. 2014. Traditional knowledge vis-à-vis biodiversity conservation. In Sheikh, M.S.( Ed.) Biodiversity : Threats and Conservation. Vol. I. Global Publishing House, Visakhapatnam. pp. 25-37.
  30. Teron, R & Borthakur, S.K. 2015.Cultural values of biodiversity : Similes and Metaphors among the Karbis of Northeast India. In Kumar, S.(Ed.)Recent Advances in Ethnobotany, Deep Publ., New Delhi.pp.1-9.
  31. Medhi, P & Borthakur, S.K. 2015.Traditional method of black powder production using charcoal of Trema orientalis(L.)Bl. (Cannabaceae) from Dima Haso, Assam. In Kumar, S. (Ed.) Recent Advances in Ethnobotany, Deep Publ., New Delhi.pp.129-133.
  32. Dhungana, P., Devi, P. & Borthakur, S. K. 2018. Ethnommdicinal uses of Ficus L. In Assam. In Sengupta, S. ( Ed.) Indigenous Health Practices among the People of North East India. Kalpaz Publications. New Delhi. Pp. 173-178.
  33. Baro, D. & Borthakur, S. K. 2018. Diversity and Conservation status of tree species in Baksa district,Assam. In Borthakur, S. K., Bawri, A. and Nath, N. (Eds).  Advances in Botanical Research in North East India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati. pp.86-98.
  34. Kakati, D. & Borthakur, S.K. 2018. Taxonomic study of Brucea mollis Wall. ex Kurz.- A RET Medicinal plant of N E India. In Borthakur, S. K., Bawri, A. and Nath, N. (Eds).  Advances in Botanical Research in North East India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati. pp.113-123.
  35. Das, N. & Borthakur, S. K. 2018. Taxonomy,Diversity and Distribution of Clerodendrum L. In Assam. In Borthakur, S. K., Bawri, A. and Nath, N. (Eds).  Advances in Botanical Research in North East India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati.pp.145-182.
  36. Hore, P., Sandilya,J.M., LGurung, L.,Borthakur,S.K. & Tanti,B.2018. Morphological variations of Lasia spinosa (L.) Twhaites distributed in Assam. In Borthakur, S. K., Bawri, A. and Nath, N. (Eds).  Advances in Botanical Research in North East India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati. pp.199-212.
  37. Bawri, A., Deka,J., Gajurel, P.R., Borthakur,S.K. & Khan, M.L.2018. Species composition and community characteristics of Primula habitats in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. In Borthakur, S. K., Bawri, A. and Nath, N. (Eds).  Advances in Botanical Research in North East India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati.pp.331-348.
  38. Das,P., Tanti,B. & Borthakur,S.K.2018.Notes on Brucea mollis Wall. ex Kurz.- Chemical constituents and biological properties. In Borthakur, S. K., Bawri, A. and Nath, N. (Eds).  Advances in Botanical Research in North East India. EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati.pp.379-386.

 

  1.  Ethnobotany of the Mikirs of India. Jain, S. K.; Borthakur, S. K. Eco. Bot. 1980, 34, 264. (Impact factor: 1.582).
  2. Native phototherapy of child and women diseases from Assam. Borthakur, S.K.; Fitoterapia. 1992, 63, 483. (Impact factor: 2.698).
  3. Herbal remedies from Dimoria of Kamrup district of Assam. Borthakur, S. K.; Goswami, N. Fitoterapia. 1995, 65, 333. (Impact factor: 2.698).
  4. Herbal remedies of the Nepalese of Assam. Borthakur, S. K.; Nath, K.; Gogoi, A. Fitoterapia. 1996, 64, 231. (Impact factor: 2.698).
  5.  Etnobiological wisdom behind the traditional muga silk industry in Assam. Borthakur, S. K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2003, 2, 230. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  6.  Medicinal Plants of Assam and their value addition. Borthakur, S.K. Luminescence, 2004, 1, 5. (Impact factor: 1.45).
  7.  Wild vegetables sold in the market of Karbi Anglong, Assam. Kar, A.; Borthakur, S.K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know., 2006, 6, 169. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  8.  Ethnobotanical uses of Euphorbia antiquorum L. and E. ligularia Roxb. in Assam. Deka, P.; Nath, K.K.; Borthakur, S.K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2008, 7, 466. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  9.  Ethnobotany of biofencing among teagarden and ex-teagarden communities of Nagaon district of Assam. Borkataki, S.; Chutia, M.; Borthakur, S.K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2008, 7, 666. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  10.  Traditional Knowledge relating to use of flora and fauna as indicators in predicting annual seasons among Karbi tribe of Assam. Teron, R.; Borthakur, S.K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2009, 8, 518. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  11.  Use of medicinal plants in animal healthcare- A case study     from Gohpur, Assam. Saikia, B.; Borthakur, S. K. Ind. Jour.  Trad. Know. 2010, 9, 49. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  12.  Medico-ethnobotany of Bodo tribals in Gohpur of Sonitpur district, Assam. Saikia, B.; Borthakur, S.K.; Saikia, N. 2010.  Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2010, 9, 52. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  13.  Traditional remedies of Joint diseases in Assam. Nath K. K.; Deka, P.; Borthakur, S.K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2011, 10, 568. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  14.  Study of fungi associated with decomposition of   rice stubble and their role in degradation of lignin holocellulose. Islam, N.F.; Borthakur, S.K. Mycosphere. 2011, 2, 627. (Impact factor: 0.721).
  15.  Wild edible plants used by Garo tribe of Nokrek Biosphere Reserve in Meghalaya, India. Singh, B.; Singh, B.K.; Phukan, S.J.; Borthakur, S.K.; Sinha,V.N. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2012, 11, 166. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  16.  Genetic Resources of Root and Tuber Crops from North Cachar Hills of Assam. Medhi, P.; Borthakur, S. K. Jour. Root Crop., 2011, 37, 131. (Impact factor: Not available)
  17.  Traditional remedies of Joint diseases in Assam. Nath, K. K.; Deka, P.; Borthakur, S. K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2011, 10, 568. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  18.  Study of fungi associated with decomposition of rice stubble and their role in degradation of lignin holocellulose. Islam, N.F.; Borthakur, S.K. Mycosphere. 2011, 6. 27. (Impact factor: 0.654).
  19.  Biological motifs and designs on traditional costumes among Karbis of Assam. Teron, R.; Borthakur, S.K. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2012, 11, 305.   (Impact factor: 1.273). 
  20.  Phenology and Geographic Extension of Lycophyta and Fern flora in Nokrek Biosphere Reserve of Eastern Himalaya. Singh, B.; Borthakur, S.K. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect. B Biol. Sci. 2014, 85, 291.  (Impact Factor 0.396)
  21.  Deoxynivalenol induces cytotoxicity and genotoxicity in animal primary cell culture. Singh, S.; Banerjee, S., Chattopadhyay, P.; Borthakur, S. K.; Veere, V. Toxic. Mechan. Meth., 2015, 25,184. (Impact factor 1.595).
  22.  Musa balbisiana Colla-Taxonomy, Traditional Knowledge and Economic potentialities of the plant in Assam, India. Borborah, K.; Borthakur, S.K; Tanti, B. Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2015, 15, 116. (Impact factor: 1.273). 
  23.  Dye yielding plants of Assam for dyeing handloom textile products. Kar, A.; Borthakur, S.K.  Ind. Jour. Trad. Know. 2008, 7, 166. (Impact factor: 1.273).
  24.  A new variety of Phlogacanthus curviflorus (Wall.) Nees from Assam, India. Dutta, B.; Borthakur, S. K.  Bangladesh J. Plant Taxon.  2016, 23, 71. (Impact factor: 0.356)
  25.  A new variety of Musa balbisiana Colla from Assam, India. Borborah, K.; Borthakur, S.K.; Tanti, B. Bangladesh J. Plant Taxon. 2016, 23, 75. (Impact factor: 0.356)
  26. Preventing extinction and improving conservation status of Vanillaborneensis Rolfe—A rare, endemic and threatened orchid of Assam, India. Deka, K.; Sharma, P. B.; Sarma, B.; Borthakur, S. K.; Tanti, B. Jour. Nat. Conserv. 2017, 37, 39. (Impact factor: 1.657)
  27.  Record of Traditional Medicinal Practice of the Herbalists of Muslim Community in Manipur. Mustaque, A. M.; Borthakur, S.K.; Not. Scien. Biolog. 2013, 5, 426. (Impact factor: 0.48).
  28.  Less known medicinal uses of plants among the tribes of Karbi Anlong (Mikir Hills), Assam. Borthakur, S. K. Bull. Bot. Surv. Ind. 1976, 18, 166. (Impact factor: Not available)
  29.  Vanilla pilifera Holtt. (Orchidaceae) in Mikir Hills, Assam. Borthakur, S. K.; Hajra, P. K. Bull. Bot. Surv. Ind. 1976, 18, 28. (Impact factor: Not available).
  30.  Traditional weaving implements among the Mikirs (the Karbis) of Assam. Borthakur, S. K. Bull. Ind. Mus. 1976, 11, 46. (Impact factor: Not available).
  31.  Botanical aspects of some traditional medicine among the Mikirs of Assam. Jain, S. K.; Borthakur, S. K. Jour. Ind. Bot. Soc., 1979.58, 113. (Impact factor: Not available).
  32. Plants in religio-cultural beliefs of the Tai Khamtis. Gogoi, P.; Borthakur, S. K. Ethnobotany, 1991, 3, 89. (Impact factor: Not available).
  33.  Native phototherapy of child and women diseases from Assam-II. Borthakur, S. K. Ethnobotany, 1993, 5, 87. (Impact factor: Not available).
  34.  Indigenous technology of making writing materials among the Tai Khamtis. Borthakur, S. K.; Gogoi, P. Ethnobotany, 1994. 6, 5. (Impact factor: Not available).
  35.  Conservation of biological diversity-a cultural tradition of the Tais. Borthakur, S. K.; Gogoi, P. The Tai, 1994, 1, 189. (Impact factor: Not available).
  36.  Wild vegetables of the Tai Ahoms. Gogoi, A.; Borthakur, S. K. The Tai. 1994, 1, 69. (Impact factor: Not available).
  37.  Homestead plants of the Tai Ahoms. Gogoi, P.; Borthakur, S. K. The Tai. 1995, 2, 40. (Impact factor: Not available). 
  38.  Ethnobiological aspects of Ahoms art and architecture. Borthakur, S. K.; Gogoi, P.; Gogoi, A.; Proc. Conf. Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha, Sadiya, Assam, 1995, 2. (Impact factor: Not available).
  39.  Local alcoholic drink ‘Haj’ of the Tai Ahoms. Borthakur, S. K.; Gogoi, A. The Tai. 1995, 2, 63. (Impact factor: Not available).
  40.  The role of ethnobotany in the culture of Tai Ahom people of India. Gogoi, A.; Borthakur, S. K.; Proc. Intern. Conf. on Tai Languages and Culture. 1995, 68. (Held at the Pra Chan Campus of Thammsat University, Bankok on 17th & 18th Dec. 1995). (Impact factor: Not available).
  41.  Ethnomedicinal plants of the Tai Ahoms of Assam. Borthakur, S. K.; Gogoi, A.; Proc. 6th Intern. Conf. on Tai Studies. 1996, 4, 129. (Held at Chiangmai, Thailand from 14th-17th Oct. 1996). (Impact factor: Not available).
  42.  Postnatal care of women in Traditional Systems in Assam. Borthakur, S. K. Ethnobotany. 1996, 8, 51. (Impact factor: Not available).
  43.  Ethnoreligious plants of the Tai Ahoms of Assam. Gogoi, A.; Borthakur, S. K. The Tai, 1996, 3, 51. (Impact factor: Not available).
  44.  Botanical identity of ‘Phuinum’-A folk remedy for hypertension. Bordoloi, B.; Borthakur, S. K.; Bull. Medi. Ethno-Bot. Res. 1997, 18, 18. (Impact factor: Not available).
  45.  The House Gardens of Assam: A Traditional Indian Experience of Management and Conservation of Biodiversity-I. Borthakur, S. K.;  Sharma, T. R.; Nath, K. K.; Deka, P. Ethnobotany. 1998, 10, 32. (Impact factor: Not available).
  46.  Ethnobotanical observations on rattan palms among Adi and Nishing Tribes in Arunachal Pradesh. Thomas, S.; Haridasan, K.; Borthakur, S. K.; Ethnobotany. 1998, 10, 22. (Impact factor: Not available).
  47.  Inquiry into old lead: Ethnoveterinary medicine for treatment of Elephants in Assam. Borthakur, S. K.; Sharma, T. R.; 1998. Ethnobotany. 1998, 10, 70. (Impact factor: Not available)
  48.  Floristic study on rattans and its relevance in Forestry in Arunachal Pradesh. Thomas, S., Haridasan, K.; Borthakur, S. K. Arunachal Forest News. 1998, 16, 19. (Impact factor: Not available).
  49.  Zalacca secunda –A stemless rattan palm from Arunachal Pradesh. Thomas, S.; Haridasan, K.; Borthakur, S. K.; Indian Forester. 1999, 125, 230. (Impact factor: Not available).
  50.  The House Gradens of Assam: A Traditional Indian Experience of Management and Conservation of Biodiversity-II. Borthakur, S. K.; Sharma, T. R.; Nath, K. K.; Deka, P. Ethnobotany. 1999, 11, 65. (Impact factor: Not available).
  51.  New records of Ferns from Assam. Deka, P.; Nath, K. K.; Borthakur, S. K. Phytotax. 2000, 1, 21-35. (Impact factor: Not available).
  52.  Ferns of Assam: Ecological and phytogeographical observations. Deka, P.; Nath, K. K.; Borthakur, S. K. Phytotax. 2000, 1, 81.
  53.  Four new species of Bamboo from Assam. Barooah, C.; Borthakur, S. K. Ind. Jour. For. 2001, 24, 503. (Impact factor: Not available).
  54.  Notes on herbal recipes of Bodo tribe in Kamrup district, Assam. Gogoi, R.; Borthakur, S. K. Ethnobotany. 2003, 13, 15. (Impact factor: Not available).
  55.  Use of plants in control of pests in Assam – An ethnobotanical approach. Bora, H. R.; Borthakur, S. K.; Hazarika, L. K. Jour. Eco. Taxo. Bot., 2003, 27, 956. (Impact factor: Not available).
  56.  Folklore hepato-protective herbal recipes from Assam in Northeast India. Borthakur, S. K.; Choudhury, B. T.; Gogoi, R. Ethnobotany. 2004, 16, 76. (Impact factor: Not available).
  57.  Foliicolous species of Porina (Lichens) from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Pinakiyo, A.; Singh, K.P.; Borthakur, S. K. Ind. Jour. For. 2004, 27, 407. (Impact factor: Not available).
  58.  Folioceous lichens of India with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh. Singh, K.P.; Pinakiyo, A.; Borthakur, S. K. Ind. Jour. For. 2006, 29, 319. (Impact factor: Not available).
  59.  Two new species of Glochidion J. R. & G. Forst. ( Euphorbiaceae) From Assam, India. Kalita, P.C.; Borthakur, S.K. Jour. Eco. Tax. Bot. 2006, 30, 488. (Impact factor: Not available).
  60.  Juncus khasiensis  Buchenau (Juncaceae), a new record to Western Himalaya. Chhetri, G.; Hynniewta, T.M.; Borthakur, S.K. Ind. For. 2007, 133, 846. (Impact factor: Not available).
  61.  Lichens of Lothian Island Wildlife Sanctuary, West Bengal. Ram, T.A.; Singha, G.P.; Borthakur, S.K. Phytotax. 2006, 45, 48. (Impact factor: Not available).
  62.  Vegetation and forest types of West Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh. Sarmah, A.; Haridasan,  K.; Borthakur, S. K.. Phytotax. 2006, 6, 69. (Impact factor: Not available).
  63.  Diversity and distribution of Bamboos in Sikkim. Sharma, T.P.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione, 2006, 1, 11. (Impact factor: Not available).
  64.  Angiospermic flora of Gauhati University Campus, Assam, India. Kar, A.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione. 2007, 1, 26. (Impact factor: Not available).

65.  Extended distribution of Juncus sikkimensis Hook.f. in Arunachal Pradesh. Chhetri, G.; Borthakur, S.K.; Sharma, T.P.  Ind. For., 2007, 133, 1141. (Impact factor: Not available).

66.  Ethnomedicinal aspects of weeds from Darrang district of Assam. Nath, K.K.; Deka, P.; Borthakur, S.K.  Ethnobot. 2007, 19, 82. (Impact factor: Not available).

67.  A New species of Chimonobambusa Makino (Poaceae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Sharma, T.P.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione. 2008, 2, 1. (Impact factor: Not available). 

68.  Traditional treatment for domestic animals in Kamrup Metro district of Assam, India. Kar, A.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione, 2008, 2, 12. (Impact factor: Not available).

69.  Flora of Umananda Island of Brahmaputra River in Assam, India. Kar, A.; Bora, D.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione, 2008, 2, 45. (Impact factor: Not available).

70. Medicinal plants used against dysentery, diarrhoea and cholera by the tribes of erstwhile Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Kar, A.; Borthakur, S.K.  Nat. Prod. Rad. 2008, 7, 176.

71.  Extended distribution of the genus Garcinia L. in Sonitpur district, Assam, India. Kar, A.; Borkataki, S.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione 2008, 2, 165.

72.  Wild edible fruits of the Karbis of Karbi Anglong district of Assam, India. Kar, A.; Borkataki, S.; Borthakur, S.K.; Pleione. 2008, 2, 175.

73.  Phytogeography of Barpeta District of Assam, India. Sarmah, K.K.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione, 2008, 2, 203.

74.  Traditional Remedies of Respiratory disorders from Assam, India. Nath, K.K.; Deka, P.; Borkataki, S.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione. 2008, 2, 211.

75.  Begonia sandalifolia C.B.Clarke-A New Record for India. Amad U.; Phukan, S.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione, 2008, 2, 246.

76.  Zeuxine goodyeroides Lindley (Orchidaceae) : A new record from Assam, India. Kalita, P.C.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione. 2008, 2, 249.

77.  Wild vegetables of Karbi-Anglong district, Assam. Kar, A.; Borthakur, S.K.; Nat. Prod. Radi. 2008, 7, 448.

78.  Phytoresources from North Cachar Hills district of Assam: I. Rice genetic resources and their characterisation. Medhi, P.; Borthakur, S.K.; & Hore, D.K.  Pleione. 2008, 3, 115.

79.  A checklist of angiospermic plants of Manas National Park in Assam, India. Sharmah, K.K.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleione, 2009, 3, 190.

80.  Sugandhmantri(Hohelomena aromatica Schott) : a potential aromatic and medicinal plant of North East India. Khan,T.U.; Hore, D.K.; Borthakur,S.K.  Pleone, 2010, 4(1): 1-3.

81.  Bamboo flora of Garo Hills in Meghalaya, India. Sharma, T.P.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleone. 2010, 4, 48.

82.  Economic potential of angiospermic flora of Barpeta district of Assam. Sarmah, K.K.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleone, 2010, 4, 135.

83.  Flora of Nameri National Park, Assam: I. Rare, Endangered and Threatened plants. Begum, S.S.; Nath, M.; Roy, H.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleone 2010, 4, 172.

84. Phytoresources from North Cachar Hills of Assam: II. Landraces of Maize. Medhi, P.; Borthakur, S.K.; Hore, D.K. Pleone, 2010, 4, 263.

85. Observations on the use of indigenous knowledge for rice beer (Chako) and liquor (Phatika) production by Rabha tribe of Assam. Nath, K.K.; Deka, P.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleone. 2010, 4, 272.

86.  Phytoresources from North Cachar Hills of Assam, India-IV: Bamboos and Rattans. Medhi, P.; Borthakur, S.K.; Hore, D.K.  Jour. Bamb. Ratt. 2010, 9, 115.

87. Conservation Strategies for Nepenthes khasiana in the Nokrek Biosphere Reserve of Garo Hills, Northeast India. Singh, B.; Phukan, S.J.; Sinha, B.K.; Singh, V.N.; Borthakur, S.K. Inter. Jour. Conserv. Sc. 2011, 2, 55.

88. A sketch of the flora of Nameri National Park, Assam: II. Phytogeography. Begum, S.S.; Roy, H.; Nath, M.; Borthakur, S. K.  Pleone. 2011, 5, 10.

89. The genus Antrophyum Kaulfuss (Vittariaceae) in Nokrek Biosphere Reserve with special reference to new record in Garo Hills and recollection in Meghalaya. Singh, B.; Borthakur, S.K.; Sinha, B.K.; Phukan, S.J.; Singh, V. N. Pleone. 2011, 5, 71.

90. Traditional Conservation Practices in Hailakandi District, Barak Valley of Assam, India. Khan, T.U.;  Chowdhury, B.; Borthakur, S.K.  Pleone. 2011, 5, 142.

91.  Domestication of some wild edible  plants in Barail Range of Assam : a case study. Nath, K.K.; Deka, P.; Nath, D.; Borthakur, S.K. Jour. Plant Sc. 2011. 5(1):57-59.

92.  Direct organogenisis from leaf and internode  explants of in vitro raised wintergreen plant (Gaultheria fragrantissima ). Ranyaphia, R.A.; Mao, A.A.; Borthakur, S.K. Science Asia, 2011, 37, 186.

93. Wild Medicinal plants used by Tribal communities of Meghalaya. Singh, B.; Borthakur, S. K. Jour. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2011, 35, 331.

94. Harpullia arborea (Balanco) Rallk: A new record to Meghalaya. Singh, B.; Singh, B.K.; Sinha, B. N.; Borthakur, S.K.; Phukan, S.J. Jour. Non-Timb. For. Prod. 2011, 18, 237.

95.  Nokrek Jibomandal me paye jane wala kush pernovit.  Singh, B.; Singh,V.N.; Sinha,B.K.; Phukan, S.J.; Borthakur, S. K.; Vanaspati Vani. 2011, 20, 84.

96. Contribution to the pteridophytic flora of India: Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, Meghalaya. Singh, B.; Singh, V. N.; Phukan, S. J.; Sinha, B. K.; Borthakur, S. K. Jour. Threat. Taxa. 2012, 3, 2277.

97.  Poisonous plants in Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, Meghalaya. Singh, B.; Singh, V.N.; Sinha, B.K.; Phukan, S.J.; Borthakur, S. K. Jour. Econ. Taxo. Bot. 2010, 34, 840.

98. New distributional records of Smilax china Linnaeus (Smilacaceae ) in India. Baruah, S.; Borthakur, S. K.; Ahmed, M. Pleone. 2011, 5, 328.

99.  Some observations on the foliar epidermal characters of seven species of Dioscorea Linnaeus (Dioscoreaceae) from Assam with emphasis to Taxonomy. Goswami, N.; Borthakur, S. K.; Hore, D. K. Pleone. 2011, 5, 258.

100.Selaginella reticulata (Hooker ex Greville) Spring (Selaginellaceae): a new record for Assam.  Roy, H.; Borthakur, S. K. Pleone. 2011, 5, 337.

101.New report of occurrence of two species of Bigonia Linnaeus (Bigoniaceae) from Assam, India. Saikia, R.; Roy, H.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleone. 2011, 5, 357.

102.Conservation Strategies for Nepenthes khasiana in the Nokrek Biosphere Reserve of Garo Hills, Northeast India. Singh, B.; Phukan, S. J.; Sinha, B. K.; Singh,V.N.; Borthakur, S.K. Inter. Jour. Cons. Sc. 2011, 2, 55.

103.  A sketch of the flora of Nameri National Park, Assam: II. Phytogeography. Begum, S.S., Roy, H.; Nath, M.; Borthakur, S.K. Pleone, 2011, 5, 10.

104. Singh, B.,  Borthakur, S.K.,. Sinha, B.K., Phukan, S.J and V.N. Singh .2011. The genus Antrophyum Kaulfuss (Vittariaceae) in Nokrek Biosphere Reserve with special reference to new record in Garo Hills and    recollection in Meghalaya. Pleone, 5(1): 71-77.

105. Traditional Conservation Practices in Hailakandi District, Barak Valley of Assam, India. Khan, T.U.; Chowdhury, B.; Borthakur, S. K. Pleone. 2011, 5, 142.

106.   Domestication of some wild edible plants in Barail Range of Assam : a case study. Nath, K. K.; Deka, P.; Nath, D.; Borthakur, S. K. NBU Jour. Pl. Sc., 2011. 5(1):57-59.

107.  Direct organogenisis from leaf and internode  explants of in vitro raised wintergreen plant  (Gaultheria fragrantissima ). Ranyaphia, R.A.; Mao, A.A.; Borthakur, S.K. Sc. As. 2011, 37, 186.

108. Contribution to the Pteridophytic flora of India: Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, Meghalaya. Singh, B.; Singh, V.N.; Phukan, S.J.; Sinha, B.K.; Borthakur, S.K. Jour. Threat. Taxa. 2012, 3, 2277.

109. In vitro plant regeneration of wintergreen (Gaultheria fragrantissima Wall.): Assessment of multiple nutrient formulations and cytokinin types. Ranyaphi, R.A.; Mao, A.A.; Borthakur ,S.K. Ind. Jour. Biot. 2012, 11, 197.

110. Recollection of Hemiorchis plantingii King after a century from Meghalaya. Singh, B.; Phukan, S. J.; Singh,V.N.; Sinha, B. K.; Borthakur,S. K. Ind. Jour. For. 35, 97.

111. Phytoresources from North Cachar Hills of Assam-III : Edible plants sold at Haflong market. Medhi, P.; Borthakur, S. K. Ind. Jour. Nat. Prod. Resour.2012, 3, 84.