1. Lavania D, A Dhingra, A Grover. 2018. Analysis of transactivation potential of rice (Oryza sativa L.) heat shock factors. Planta (in press).
  2. Lavania D, R Kumar, I Goyal, S Rana and A Grover. 2016. Genetic improvement of rice crop under high temperature stress: bridging plant physiology with molecular biology. Indian J Plant Physiology 21: 391-408.
  3. Grover A, D Twell and E. Schleiff. 2016. Pollen as a target of environmental changes. Plant Reproduction 29: 1-2.
  4. Mishra RC, Richa and A Grover. 2016. Constitutive over-expression of rice ClpD1 protein enhances tolerance to salt and desiccation stresses in transgenic Arabidopsis plants Plant Science(in press).
  5. Mishra RC, Richa, A Singh and A Grover. 2016.Characterization of 5′UTR of rice ClpB-C/Hsp100 gene: evidence of its involvement in post-transcriptional regulation. Cell Stress Chaperone 21: 271-283(DOI 10.1007/s12192-015-0657-1).
  6. Mishra RC and A Grover. 2016.ClpB/Hsp100 proteins and heat stress tolerance in plants. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology36: 862-874.
  7. Tiwari LD, RC Mishra, D Mittal and A Grover. 2015. Constitutive over-expression of rice chymotrypsin protease inhibitor gene OCPI2 results in enhanced growth and osmotic stress tolerance of the transgenic Arabidopsis plants. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 92: 48-55.
  8. Kumar R, AK Singh, M Negi, D Lavania, MH Siddiqui, MH Al-Whaibi, A Grover. 2015.Cloning and transcript profiling of sHsp17.9-CII gene from faba bean (Viciafaba L.) plants. ActaPhysiol Plant 37: 190 (DOI 10.1007/s11738-015-1943-3).
  9. Lavania D, Siddiqui MH, Al-Whaibi MH, Kumar R, Singh AK, Grover A.2015.Genetic approaches for breeding heat stress tolerance in faba bean (Viciafaba L.). ActaPhysiol Plant 37: 1-9.
  10. Lavania D, Dhingra A, Siddiqui MH, Al-Whaibi MH, Grover A. 2015. Current status of the production of high temperature tolerant transgenic crops for cultivation in warmer climates.Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 86: 100-108.
  11. Mishra RC and A Grover. 2014. Intergenic sequence between Arabidopsis ClpB-C/Hsp100 and choline kinase genes functions as a heat inducible bidirectional promoter. Plant Physiology 166: 1646-1658.
  12. Sarkar NK, Y-K Kim and A Grover. 2014. Coexpression network analysis associated with call of rice seedlings for encountering heat stress. Plant Molecular Biology 84: 125-143.
  13. Mittal D and A Grover. 2013. Research for better rice to cope with heat stress. In: International Dialogue on Perception and Prospects of Designer Rice, Society for advancement of rice research, DRR, Hyderabad, edited by K Muralidhar and EA Siddiq, pp.336-344 (ISBN 978-81-926809-0-3).
  14. Grover A, D Mittal, M Negi and D Lavania. 2013. Generating high temperature tolerant transgenic crops: achievements and challenges. Plant Sci 205-206: 38-47.
  15. Sarkar NK, P Kundnani and A Grover. 2013. Functional analysis of Hsp70 superfamily proteins of rice (Oryzasativa). Cell Stress and Chaperones. 18:427–437.
  16. Sarkar NK, U Thapar, P Kundnani, P Panwar and A Grover. 2013. Functional relevance of J-protein family of rice (Oryzasativa). Cell Stress and Chaperones. 18: 321–331.
  17. Mittal D, DA Madhyastha, A Grover. 2012. Gene expression analysis in response to low and high temperature and oxidative stresses in rice: Combination of stresses evokes different transcriptional changes as against stresses applied individually. Plant Science 197 (2012) 102–113.
  18. Mittal D, D Madhyastha and A Grover. 2012. Genome-wide transcriptional profiles during temperature and oxidative stress reveal coordinated expression patterns and overlapping regulons in rice. PLoS ONE 7(7): e40899. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040899.
  19. Singh A, D Mittal, D Lavania, M Agarwal, RC Mishra, A Grover. 2012. OsHsfA2c and OsHsfB4b are involved in the transcriptional regulation of cytoplasmic OsClpB (Hsp100) gene in rice (Oryzasativa L.). Cell Stress and Chaperones 17: 243-254.
  20. MittalD, Y Enoki, D Lavania, A Singh, Hiroshi Sakurai and Anil Grover. 2011. Binding affinities and interactions among different heat shock element types and heat shock factors in rice (Oryzasativa L.). FEBS Journal 278: 3076-3085.
  21. Agarwal M, A Singh, D Mittal, C Sahi and A Grover. 2011.Cycloheximide-mediated superinduction of genes 1 involves both native and foreigntranscripts in rice (OryzasativaL.). Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (Elsevier) 49: 9-12.
  22. Grover A, A Singh and E Blumwald. 2011. Transgenic strategies toward the development of salt-tolerant plants. In Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management: Second Edition, edited by Wesley W. Wallender and Kenneth K. Tanji, American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 235-274 (doi: 10.1061/9780784411698.ch08) (ISBN 978-0-7844-1169-8)
  23. Singh A and A Grover. 2010. Plant Hsp100/ClpB-like proteins: poorly-analyzed cousins of yeast ClpB machine. Plant Molecular Biology 74: 395-404.
  24. Singh A, U Singh, D Mittal and A Grover. 2010. Genome-wide analysis of rice ClpB/HSP100, ClpC and ClpD genes. BMC Genomics 11: 95.
  25. Singh A, Upasana Singh, Dheeraj Mittal and Anil Grover. 2010. Regulatory characteristics of rice glycosyltransferase family CAZy GT61 genes. Plant Science 179: 114-122.
  26. Sarkar NK, K Yeon-Ki and A Grover. 2009. Rice sHsp genes: genomic organization and expression profiling under stress and development. BMC Genomics 10:393.
  27. Mittal D, Chakraborty S, Sarkar, A, Singh A and Grover A. 2009. Heat shock factor gene family in rice: genomic organization and transcript expression profiling in response to high temperature, low temperature and oxidative stresses. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (Elsevier) 47(9):785-95.
  28. Grover A, A Chandramouli, S Agarwal, S Katiyar-Agarwal, M Agarwal and C Sahi. 2009. Transgenic rice for tolerance against abiotic stresses. In Rice Improvement in the Genomic Era (Ed. SK Datta, IRRI), Hawarth Press, USA 237-267 (ISBN 9781560229520).
  29. Singh A, C Sahi and A Grover. 2009. Chymotrypsin protease inhibitor gene family in rice: Genomic organization and evidence for the presence of a bidirectional promoter shared between two chymotrypsin protease inhibitor genes. Gene 428: 9-19.
  30. Nigam N, A Singh, C Sahi, A Chandramouli, A Grover. 2008. SUMO-conjugating enzyme (Sce) and FK506-binding protein (FKBP) encoding rice (Oryza sativa L.) genes: genome-wide analysis, expression studies and evidence for their involvement in abiotic stress response. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 279: 317-383.
  31. Singh A and Anil Grover. 2008. Genetic engineering for heat tolerance in plants. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants 155-166.
  32. Agarwal S, Kapoor A, Satya Lakshmi O and A Grover. 2007. Production and phenotypic analysis of rice transgenics with altered levels of pyruvate decarboxylase and alcohol dehydrogenase proteins. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (Elsevier) 45: 637-646.
  33. Sahi C, Agarwal M, Singh A and A Grover. 2007. Molecular characterization of a novel isoform of rice (Oryza sativa L.) glycine rich -RNA binding protein and evidence for its involvement in high temperature stress response. Plant Science 173: 144-155.
  34. Batra G, Chauhan VS, Singh A, Sarkar NK and A Grover. 2007. Complexity of rice Hsp100 gene family: lessons from rice genome sequence data. J. Biosciences 32: 611-619.
  35. Pareek A, Singla-Pareek SL., Sopory SK, A Grover. 2007.Analysis of salt stress-related transcriptome fingerprints from diverse plant species. In Genomics Assisted Crop Improvement, Eds R. Varshney and R. Tuberosa, Springer International 267-287.
  36. Sahi, C, A Singh, K Kumar, E Blumwald and A Grover. 2006. Salt stress response in rice: genetics, molecular biology and comparative genomics. Functional and Integrative Genomics 6: 263-284.
  37. Agarwal S and A Grover. 2006. Molecular biology, biotechnology and genomics of flooding-associated low O2 stress response in plants. Critical Reviews in Plant Science 25 (1): 1-21.
  38. SahiC, A Singh, E Blumwald and A Grover. 2006. Beyond osmolytes and transporters: novel plant salt stress tolerance-related genes from transcriptional profiling data. Minireview. PhysiologiaPlantarum 127: 1-9.
  39. Blumwald E and A Grover. 2006. Salt tolerance. In Plant Biotechnology: Current and Future Uses of Genetically Modified Crops. Edited by Nigel G. Halford, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., U.K. pp. 206-224.
  40. Gepstein S, A Grover and E Blumwald. 2005. Producing biopharmaceuticals in the desert: building an abiotic stress tolerance in plants for salt, heat and drought. In Modern Biopharmaceuticals. Edited by J. Knablein and R H Muller, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., Weinhaum, pp. 967-994.
  41. Agarwal S and A Grover. 2005. Isolation and transcription profiling of low O2 stress associated cDNA clones from flooding stress tolerant FR13A rice genotype. Annals of Botany 96: 831-844.
  42. Grover A and D Pental. 2003. Breeding objectives and requirements for producing transgenic for the major field crops of India. Current Science 84: 310-320.
  43. Grover A, PK Aggarwal, A Kapoor, S Katiyar-Agarwal and M Agarwal. 2003. Production of abiotic stress tolerant transgenic crops: present accomplishments and future needs. Current Science 84: 355-367.
  44. Dubey H and A Grover. 2003. Respiratory pathway enzymes are differentially altered in flood tolerant and sensitive rice types during O2 deprivation stress and post-stress recovery phase. Plant Science 164: 815-821.
  45. SahiC, M Agarwal, MK Reddy, SK Sopory, A Grover. 2003. Isolation and expression analysis of salt stress associated expressed sequence tags from contrasting rice cultivars using PCR-based subtraction method. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106: 620-628.
  46. Katiyar_Agarwal S, M Agarwal and A Grover. 2003. Heat tolerant basmati rice engineered by overexpression of hsp101 gene. Plant Molecular Biology 51: 677-686.
  47. Agarwal Manu, ChandanSahi, SurekhaKatiyar-Agarwal, Sangeeta Agarwal, Todd Young, Daniel R Gallie, VishvaMitra Sharma, K Ganesan and Anil Grover. 2003. Rice Hsp100 protein complements yeast hsp104 mutation by promoting disaggregation of protein granules and shows differential expression in indica and japonica rice types Plant Molecular Biology 51: 543-553.
  48. Agarwal M, S-Katiyar-Agarwal and A Grover. 2002. Plant Hsp100 proteins: structure, function and regulation. Plant Science 163: 397-405.
  49. Grover A. 2002. Molecular biology of stress responses. Cell Stress and Chaperones 7: 1-5.
  50. Katiyar-Agarwal S, M Agarwal, D Gallie and A Grover. 2001. Search for the cellular functions of plant Hsp100/ Clp family proteins. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 20: 277-295.
  51. Rahman M, A Grover, WJ Peacock, ES Dennis and M Ellis. 2001. Effects of manipulation of pyruvate decarboxylase and alcohol dehydrogenase levels on the submergence tolerance of rice. Aust J Plant Physiology 28: 1231-1241.
  52. Agarwal M, Katiyar-Agarwal S, Sahi C, Gallie DR and Grover A. 2001. Arabidopsis thaliana Hsp100 protein: kith and kin. Cell Stress and Chaperones 6: 219-224.
  53. Dennis ES, R Dolferus, M Ellis, M Rahman, Y Wu, FU Hoeren, A Grover, KP Ismond, AG Good, WJ Peacock. 2000. Molecular strategies for improving flooding tolerance in plants. J Expt Bot (Special issue—Molecular physiology: engineering crops for hostile environments) 51: 89-97.
  54. Quimlo CA, LB Torrizo, TL Setter, M Ellis, A Grover, EM Abrigo, NP Oliva, ES Ella, AL Carpena, O Ito, WJ Peacock, E Dennis and SK Datta, 2000. Enhancement of submergence tolerance in transgenic rice plants overproducing pyruvate decarboxylase. J Plant Physiol 156: 516-521.
  55. Grover A, C Sahi, N Sanan and A Grover. 1999. Taming abiotic stresses in plants through genetic engineering: current strategies and perspective. Plant Science 143: 101-111.
  56. Minhas D and A Grover. 1999. Transcript levels of genes encoding various glycolytic and fermentation enzymes change in response to abiotic stresses. Plant Science 146: 41-51.
  57. Pareek A, SL Singla and A Grover. 1998. Evidence for accumulation of a 55 kDa stress-related protein in rice and several other plant genera. Plant Science 134: 191-197.
  58. Singla SL, A Pareek, AK Kush and A Grover. 1998. Distribution patterns of the 104 kDa stress-associated protein of rice reveal its constitutive accumulation in seeds and disappearance from the just-emerged seedlings. Plant Molecular Biology 37: 911-919.
  59. Singla SL, A Pareek and A Grover. 1997. High temperature stress. In: Physiological Ecology of Plants. Edited by M.N.V. Prasad. John Wiley and Sons, p. 101-127.
  60. A Pareek, SL Singla and A Grover. 1997. Short-term salinity and high temperature stress-associated ultrastructural alteratios in young leaf cells of Oryza sativa L. Annals of Botany 80: 629-639.
  61. A Pareek, SL Singla, AK Kush and A Grover. 1997. Distribution patterns of HSP90 proteins in rice. Plant Science 125: 221-230.
  62. Singla SL, A Pareek and A Grover. 1997. Yeast HSP 104 homologue rice HSP 110 is developmentally- and stress-regulated. Plant Science 125: 211-219.
  63. Hossain, MA, E Huq, A Grover, ES Dennis, WJ Peacock and TK Hodges. 1996. Characterization of pyruvate decarboxylase genes from rice. Plant Molecular Biology 31: 761-770.
  64. Pareek A, SL Singla and A Grover. 1995. Immunological evidence for accumulation of two novel 104 and 90 kDa HSPs in response to diverse stresses in rice and in response to high temperature stress in diverse plant genera. Plant Molecular Biology 29: 293-301.
  65. Singla SL and A Grover. 1994. Detection and quantitation of a rapidly accumulating and predominant 104 kD heat shock polypeptide in rice. Plant Science 97: 23-30.
  66. Hossain, MA, JD McGee, A Grover, ES Dennis, WJ Peacock and TK Hodges. 1994. Nucleotide sequence of a rice genomic pyruvate decarboxylase gene that lacks introns: a psuedogene? Plant Physiology 106: 1697-1698.
  67. Singla SL and A Grover. 1993. Antibodies raised against a yeast heat shock protein cross-react with a heat and abscisic acid- regulated polypeptide in rice. Plant Molecular Biology 22: 1177-1180.
  68. Grover A and P Mohanty1992. Leaf senescence induced alterations in structure and function of higher plant chloroplasts. In Photosynthesis–Photoreactions to Plant Productivity. Edited by Y.P.Abrol, P. Mohanty and Govindjee, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp 225-255.
  69. Grover A and D Pental1992. Interrelationship of Oryza species based on electrophoretic patterns of alcohol dehydrogenase. Canadian Journal of Botany 70: 352-358.
  70. Rajyalakshmi K, A Grover, N Maheshwari, AK Tyagi and SC Maheshwari1991. High frequency regeneration of plantlets from the leaf bases via somatic embryogenesis and comparison of polypeptide profiles from morphogenic and non-morphogeniccalli in wheat (TriticumaestivumL.). PhysiologiaPlantarum 82: 617-623.