S.P. Banerjee's scientific contributions

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... The plant species which had shown more variability or plasticity of biochemical characteristic response adapted and survived well in adverse conditions. Tree species resisting air pollution by absorbing, adsorbing, accumulating or integrating and metabolising potentially toxic pollutants (Rawat and Banerjee 1996;Beckett et al. 1998) into their body maximally by specialised biochemical or morphological characters are known as tolerant plants, and some other types of plant species which could not process the atmospheric pollutants effectively in vivo are sensitive plants (Ninave et al. 2001;Agbaire and Esiefarienrhe 2009). In both types of plants, biochemical alterations have arrived earlier than any morphological abnormality in stressful atmospheric situations (Mandal and Mukherji 2000;Tripathi et al. 2009). ...