• Suryanarayanan TS (2017). Fungal Endophytes An Eclectic Review, Kavaka 48(1), 1-9.Link
  • Thirunavukkarasu N, Suryanarayanan TS, Rajamani T & Govinda Rajulu MB (2017). Diversity and technological potential of fungi from solar salterns of southern India, Kavaka 48(2), 26-32.Link
  • Raman A & Suryanarayanan TS (2017). Fungus-plant interaction influences plant-feeding insects, Fungal Ecology 29, 123-132.Link
  • Suryanarayanan TS & Thirunavukkarasu N (2017). Endolichenic fungi the lesser known fungal associates of lichens, Mycology 8(3), 189-196..Link
  •  Thirunavukkarasu N, Suryanarayanan TS, Rajamani T & Paranetharan MS (2017) A rapid and simple method for screening fungi for extracellular protease enzymes. Mycosphere 8(1): 131-136.Link
  •  Suryanarayanan TS, Govindarajulu MB, Rajamani T, Tripathi M & Joshi Y (2017) Endolichenic fungi in lichens of Champawat district, Uttarakhand, northern India. Mycol Prog 16 (3) 205-211. Link
  • Sengupta A, Zabala A, Tan SY, Broadstock A, Suryanarayanan TS & Gopalan V (2017) Characterization of an ionic liquid-tolerant β-xylosidase from a marine-derived fungal endophyte. Biochemistry and Cell Biology DOI: 10.1139/bcb-2017-0053.Link
  • ​​Suryanarayanan, T.S., Govinda Rajulu, M.B. and Vidal, S. (2016) Biological Control Through Fungal Endophytes: Gaps in Knowledge Hindering Success. Current Biotechnology, 5, 000-000 DOI:10.2174/2211550105666160504130322.Link 
  • Reddy, M.S., Murali, T.S., Suryanarayanan, T.S., Govinda Rajulu, M.B. and Thirunavukkarasu, N. (2016) Pestalotiopsis species occur as generalist endophytes in trees of Western Ghats forests of southern India. Fungal Ecology, 24, 70-75.Link
  • Govinda Rajulu, M.B., Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Tangjang, S. (2016) Endophytic fungi of orchids of Arunachal Pradesh, North Eastern India. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology, 6 (4) 293–299.Link
  • Establishing a national fungal genetic resource to enhance the bioeconomy.Link
  • Thirunavukkarasu, N., Jahnes, B., Broadstock, A., Govinda Rajulu, M.B., Murali, T.S., Gopalan, V. and Suryanarayanan, T.S. (2015) Screening marine-derived endophytic fungi for xylan-degrading enzymes, Current Science 109, 112-120.Link
  • Prakash, C.P., Thirumalai, E., Govinda Rajulu, M.B., Thirunavukkarasu, N. and Suryanarayanan, T.S. (2015) Ecology and diversity of leaf litter fungi during early-stage decomposition in a seasonally dry tropical forest. Fungal Ecology 17, 103-113.Link
  • Venkatachalam, A., Govinda Rajulu, M.B., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Suryanarayanan, T.S. (2015) Endophytic fungi of marine algae and seagrasses: a novel source of chitin modifying enzymes. Mycosphere 6, 345–355.Link
  • Malathi N, Govinda Rajulu MB, Gillet D, Suryanarayanan TS and Moerschbacher BM. 2015.A high diversity in chitinolytic and chitosanolytic species and enzymes as well as their oligomeric products exist in soil with a history of chitin and chitosan exposure.Biomed Research International, Article ID857639,1-9Link
  • Venkatachalam A, Thirunavukkarasu N and Suryanarayanan TS, 2015. Distribution and diversity of endophytes in seagrasses. Fungal Ecology 13: 60-65  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2014.07.003
  • Kaushik NK, Murali TS, Sahal D, and Suryanarayanan TS, 2014. A search for antiplasmodial metabolites among fungal endophytes of terrestrial and marine plants of southern India. Acta Parasitologica 59: 745-757.Link.pdf
  • Govinda Rajulu MB, Lai LB, Murali TS, Gopalan V and Suryanarayanan TS, (2014). Several fungi from fire-prone forests of southern India can utilize furaldehydes. Mycological  Progress. DOI 10.1007/s11557-014-0992-0  http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11557-014-0992-0
  • Nagarajan A, Thirunavukkarasu N, Suryanarayanan TS and Gummadi SN, 2014. Screening and isolation of novel glutaminase free l-asparaginase from fungal endophytes. Research Journal of Microbiology 9:163-176. DOI: 10.3923/jm.2014.163.176  http://scialert.net/fulltext/?doi=jm.2014.163.176
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Johnson, J.A. 2014. Fungal Endosymbionts of Macroalgae: Need for Enquiries into Diversity and Technological Potential. Oceanographyhttp://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2332-2632.1000119
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S. 2013. Endophyte research: going beyond isolation and metabolite documentation, Fungal Ecology 6:561-568.Link
  • Current Science Articles by – Dr.T.S.Suryanarayanan. http://www.currentscience.ac.in/php/auth.php?authid=2363&author=suryanarayanan,%20T.%20s
  • Murali TS, Thirunavukkarasu N, Govindarajulu MB, Suryanarayanan T.S 2013 – Fungal communities of symptomless barks of tropical trees. Mycosphere 4(3), 635–645. Link
  • Govinda Rajulu, M.B., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Babu, A.G., Aggarwal, A. , Suryanarayanan , T.S. and Reddy, M.S. 2013. Endophytic Xylariaceae from the forests of Western Ghats, southern India: distribution and biological activities. Mycology: An International Journal on Fungal Biology DOI:10.1080/21501203.2013.776648. Link
  • Sachin N, Manjunatha BL, Mohana Kumara P, Ravikanth G, Shweta S, Suryanaraya nan TS, Ganeshaiah KN, Uma Shaanker R. 2013. Do endophytic fungi possess pathway genes for plant secondary metabolites? Current Science 104: 178-182.Link
  • Suryanarayanan T.S. 2012. The diversity and importance of fungi associated with marine sponges, Botanica Marina 55: 553–564.Link
  • Thirunavukkarasu, N., Suryanarayanan, T.S., Girivasan, K.P., Venkatachalam, A., Geetha, V.Ravishankar, J.P., and Doble, M. (2012). Fungal symbionts of marine sponges from Rameswaram, southern India: species composition and bioactive metabolites. Fungal Diversity 55:37-46.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Govinda Rajulu, M.B. and Venkat Gopalan (2012). Fungal endophytes: An untapped source of biocatalysts. Fungal Diversity 54:19–30.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Venkatachalam, A. and Govinda Rajulu, M.B. (2011). A comparison of endophyte assemblages in transgenic and non -transgenic cotton plant tissues. Current Science 101:1472-1474.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Govinda Rajulu, M.B, Thirumalai, E.,Reddy, M.S. and Money, N.P. (2011). Agni’s fungi: heat-resistant spores from the Western Ghats, southern India. Fungal Biology 115: 833-838.Link
  • Thirunavukkarasu, N., Suryanarayanan, T.S., Murali, T.S., Ravishankar, J.P., Gummadi, S.N. (2011). L- asparaginase from marine derived fungal endophytes of seaweeds. Mycosphere 2:147–155.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Murali, T.S., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Govinda Rajulu, M.B., Venkatesa .G, Kumar.R 2011.Endophytic fungal communities in woody perennials of three tropical forest types of the Western Ghats, southern India. Biodiversity and Conservation 20: 913-928.Link
  • Govinda Rajulu, M.B., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Suryanarayanan, T.S., Ravishankar, J.P., El Gueddari, N.E. and Moerschbacher, B.M. (2011). Chitinolytic enzymes from endophytic fungi. Fungal Diversity 47:43-53.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Ravishankar, J.P., Muruganandam V. (2010). Drug discovery: going with the tide. Current Science 99:1308. Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Venkatachalam, A., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Ravishankar, J.P., Doble, M. and Geetha, V. (2010) Internal mycobiota of marine macroalgae from the Tamilnadu coast: distribution, diversity and biotechnological potential. Botanica Marina 53:456-468.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Govindarajulu, M.B., Sasse, F., Jansen, R. and Murali, T.S. (2009). Fungal Endophytes and Bioprospecting . Fungal Biology Reviews 23: 9-19.Link
  • Priti, V., Ramesha, B.T., Shweta Singh, Ravikanth, G., Ganeshaiah, K.N., Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Uma Shaanker, R. (2009). How promising are endophytic fungi as alternative sources of plant secondary metabolites? Current Science 97: 477-478.Link
  • Mohandoss, J. and Suryanarayanan, T.S. (2009). Effect of fungicide treatment on foliar fungal endophyte diversity in mango. Sydowia 61: 11-24.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Thirumalai, E., Prakash, C. P., Govinda Rajulu, M. B. and Thirunavukkarasu .N (2009) Fungi from two forests of southern India: a comparative study of endophytes, phellophytes and leaf litter fungi. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 55: 419-426.Link
  • Murali, T.S., Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Venkatesan, G. (2007) Fungal endophyte communities in two tropical forests of southern India: diversity and host affiliation. Mycological Progress 6: 191-199.Link
  • Devarajan, P.T. and Suryanarayanan, T.S. (2006) Evidence for the role of phytophagous insects in dispersal of non-grass fungal endophytes. Fungal Diversity 23: 111-119.Link
  • Murali, T.S., Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Geeta, R. (2006) Endophytic Phomopsis species: host range and implications for diversity estimates. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 52: 673-680.Link
  • Ravishankar, J.P., Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Muruganandam, V. (2006) Strategies for osmoregulation in the marine fungus Cirrenalia pygmea Kohl. (Hyphomycetes). Indian Journal of Marine Sciences 35: 351-358.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Murali, T.S. (2006) Incidence of Leptosphaerulina crassiasca in symptomless leaves of peanut in southern India. Journal of Basic Microbiology 46: 305–309.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Hariharan, G.N. and Balaji, P. (2005) Occurrence of non – obligate microfungi inside lichen thalli. Sydowia 57: 119-129.Link

Chapters In Books

  • Suryanarayanan TS, Gopalan V, Uma Shaanker R, Sengupta A & Ravikanth G (2017) Translating Endophyte Research to Applications: Prospects and challenges In: Diversity and Benefits of Microorganisms from the Tropics (Eds. J.L. de Azevedo, M.C. Quecine ) pp 343-365, Springer International Publishing.Link
  • Suryanarayanan T.S. 2012. Fungal Endosymbionts of Seaweeds: C. Raghukumar (ed.), Biology of Marine Fungi, Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology 53, DOI 10.1007/978 -3-642-23342-5_3, # Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg pp 53-69.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S. 2011. Diversity of fungal endophytes in tropical trees. In Endophytes of Forest Trees: Biology and Applications (A.M. Pirttilä and A.C. Frank (eds.). Forestry sciences series 80, pp 67-80.Link
  • Suryanarayanan, T.S. and Johnson, J.A. (2005). Fungal endophytes of tropical plants: A critical review. In: Microbial Diversity. (T. Sathyanarayana and B.N. Johri, eds ): 207-224. I. K. International Publishing House, New Delhi.Link