Field guide: 'Grasses of Banni'
‘Grasses of Banni’ provides an overview of grasses in one of the largest grasslands in India. This bilingual book provides detailed information of 40 grass species found in Banni. It contains field photos, images of key features and microscopic parts to aid easy identification. It also provides an introduction to grasses, a simple key for the species, and information about their local names and uses, making this an invaluable resource for researchers as well as anyone interested in knowing more about this group of plants. We hope that this book helps bring more attention to this wonderful landscape.’ Download the full book here : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/338701050_Grasses_of_Banni)
See book reviews by Dr. Navendu Page and Pradip Krishen here
- Nerlekar, A. N. and A. J. Hiremath (2022). Restoring Indian grasslands does not require disturbing soil and planting grasses, but more science. Mongabay India. link here
- Nerlekar, A. N. (2020). How can science education research be used for improving college teaching? IndiaBioscience. here
Check out a recent talks that I delivered at the ESA 2020 meeting and Ecological Integration Symposium 2020: