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Head of Department: Prof. Vijai Malik (19.07.2021-18.07.2024)

Head of Department: Prof. Vijai Malik (19.07.2021-18.07.2024)

The department of Botany was established in 1969.Initially, the aim was to impart higher education in innovative areas. Thus, M.Phil. programme was launched.Two years later, M.Sc. programme for providing specialization in Taxonomy was also started. Since 1998, marching with the requirements of time, the Department started M.Sc. Botany with specialization in Biotechnology. In the year 2000, the Department introduced another innovative course of great future utility- M.Sc. Industrial Biotechnology. In 2010, the M.Sc. syllabi of the department became common with the affiliated colleges and two specializations out of a list of 8 specializations were introduced. Following the UGC regulations 2009, a Pre-Ph.D. course work was also started in 2013.The department has so far produced over 250 Ph. D. and 500 M. Phil. students. Over 450 research and review articles have been published. The department has run U.G.C. teacher fellowship programme and U.G.C. leadership project for many years. It has also organized U.G.C. sponsored refresher courses for university and college teachers, besides organizing several National Workshops and Seminars. 

The department has a proud legacy of doyen of Botany, Prof.V.Puri, furthered by Prof. Y.S. Murty, Prof. P.K. Gupta, Prof. D. Banerji, Prof.V.Singh, Prof.C.M.Govil, Prof.V.Kumar, Prof. G. Prakash, Dr. A.P. Garg, Dr. Pandey and Prof. A.K. Srivastava, Prof. Y. Vimala and Prof. M.U. Charaya. Presently Prof. Vijai Malik, Prof. Rup Narayan and Dr. Rama Kant, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Bhawna Bajpai and Dr. Ishwar Singh are holding the torch for the coming generation of Botanists. The department has a rich list of its reputed Alumni contributing in Nation’s development.

Fields of Specialization

Plant Taxonomy, Plant Ecology, Algal Biotechnology, Tissue Culture for secondary metabolite upscaling, Developmental and Stress Physiology, Phytochemistry, Enzyme Technology, Heavy Metal Toxicology, Rhizobium Technology, Mycology, Plant Pathology, Soil Microbiology, Microbial remediation of Pollutants and Medicinal Microbiology

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Programme/ Courses

The department is currently offering the following programmes of study:

B.Sc (NEP) Botany

B.Sc (NEP) Botany
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30
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M.Sc. (Botany) Programme (CBCS)

M.Sc. (Botany) Programme (CBCS)
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It is a two–year (four semesters) full time course in CBCS mode. Courses in the first three semesters pertain to various aspects of Botanical Science while in the fourth semester students are provided two electives, besides two mandatory papers. It includes 16 theory courses (4 in each semester) and four practical courses (one in each semester) with an open elective in each semester. The department in providing two specializations of 2 papers each. In the current session (i) Microbial and Environmental Biotechnology and (ii) Applied and Stress Physiology are being offered.

Duration:

2 Years (4 Semester)

Number of Seats:
33
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Self-Finance

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B.Sc. Degree (with the concerned subject as one of the main subjects) with 45% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in the subject.

Pre PhD (Botany)

Pre PhD (Botany)
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The department is well equipped for Ph.D. programmes in Environmental and Heavy Metal Pollution, Tissue Culture Technology, Developmental and Stress Physiology, Mycology, Microbiology, Microbial Nanotechnology Plant Pathology, Invasive Ecology, Phycology, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Plant Taxonomy, Biodiversity and Environmental Heterogeneity.

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25
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Certificate course in Computer

Certificate course in Computer
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N/A
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Mushroom Cultivation

Mushroom Cultivation
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Faculty

Head & Professor

Prof. Vijai Malik

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., FAPS, FAPT, FBS

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Professor

Prof. Rup Narayan

M.Sc., Ph.D.

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Associate Professor

Dr. Ashok Kumar

M.Sc., M.Phil., P.Hd.

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Rama Kant

D.Phil., FSLSc, FSESc, FBS

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Assistant Professor

Bhawna Bajpai

M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D.

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Ishwar Singh

M.Sc., Ph.D., FBS

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Syllabus

Programme Name Download New/ Revised Syllabus
B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry (For First Three Years of Higher Education)
B.Sc. Under NEP
M.Sc. (Botany); CBCS (NEP-2020 w.e.f. the session 2023-2024)
M.Sc. Botany (Choice Based Credit System)
Pre Ph.D. (Botany) (NEP-2020 w.e.f. the session 2022-2023)
Pre-Ph.D. Coursework (Botany)
Skill development courses (Certificate course in Computer)
Skill development papers (Mushroom Cultivation )

The department has strong research- oriented laboratories and has good facilities, e.g. HPLC, Image Analysers, Gel Documentation System, FTIR, AAS with Silicon Hydride generator, RT- PCR, Lyophilizer, horizontal and vertical air flow laminar air flow cabinets, Centrifuges, Microscopes, Spectrophotometers, deep freeze, etc. for conducting research in the areas of Reproduction biology, Tissue culture, Nitrogen fixation and Rhizobium technology, Environmental pollution, Heavy metal toxicity, Cytogenetics, Stress physiology, Sol Microbiology, Microbial bioremediation of pollutants, Microbial Nanotechnology, Plant Pathology and Microbiology. It bears the glory of internationally reputed teachers, a well- developed Museum, and Herbarium & Botanical garden are points of attraction for people from different universities, institutes & departments

Job/Placement

Every year many students qualify CSIR NET JRF, ICAR NET JRF, GATE, Ph.D. Entrance Examination and many studsents get selection in secondry and higher education.

Research & Publications

RESEARCH PAPERS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

S.No. Author Name Title Name of Journal Month & Year of Publication
1 Dr. Ashok Kumar A case study of fly ash utilization for enhancement of growth and yield of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) to sustainable agriculture. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery (Springer Nature) 2021-03-23
2 Dr. Ashok Kumar Growth with Some Biochemical Responses in Two Cultivars of Cicer arietinum L. to Fly Ash Amended Soil. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 2020-11-10
3 Dr. Ashok Kumar Sustainable use and application of Brick kiln coal fly ash in agriculture sector for promotion of Legume productivity . Plant Archives 2020-10-30
4 Dr. Ashok Kumar Allelopathic effects of Parthinium hysterophorus L. On the growth and yield of Vigna radiata L Allelopathy Journal 2020-04-14
5 Dr. Ashok Kumar Co- inoculation Potential Impact of PSB and Rhizobium on Phycochemical Properties of soil and Legume crop growth Research Journal of Agriculture Sciences 2020-01-10
6 Dr. Ashok Kumar Phenotypic evaluation of spring wheat in two different environments. Journal of plant development science Journal of plant development sciences 2018-11-18
7 Dr. Ashok Kumar Potential use of brick kiln coal fly ash to ameliorate biochemical parameters and nitrogen fixation efficiency of Pisum sativum L International journal of pharmaceutical research of Bio-science 2018-10-27
8 Dr. Ashok Kumar Review on a weed Parthenium hysterophorus L. International journal of crruent research and Review Lalita and Kumar A 2018-08-29
9 Dr. Ashok Kumar Allelopathic potential of Ageratum conyzoides L. on growth and development of Pisum sativum L International Journal of Current Research 2018-07-31
10 Dr. Ashok Kumar Approach for improve plant (Pisum sativum L.) growth and yield using kiln coal fly ash amended soil Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research 2018-07-30
11 Dr. Ashok Kumar Potential use of Mascagnite [(NH4)2.SO4]: A way to ameliorate crop yield and nitrogen fixation capacity of Lens culinaris L 2018-06-30
12 Dr. Ashok Kumar Allelopathic assessment of Ageratum conyzoides weed on Pisum sativum L International Journal of Recent Scientific Research 2018-06-28
13 Dr. Ashok Kumar Impact of ammonium sulphate (Paper Markers Alum) on some physiological growth characteristics of Lentil and soil parameter International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT) 2018-04-02
14 Dr. Ashok Kumar Vigna radiata (L.) yield and its quality influenced by rhizobium inoculation and different concentration of iron and molybdenum International journal of pharmaceutical research of Bio-science 2018-02-27
15 Dr. Ashok Kumar Influence of dual inoculation of Rhizobium and Mycorrhiza on physiological and biochemical properties of Vigna radiata (L) International Journal of Recent Scientific Research 2017-12-28
16 Dr. Ashok Kumar Influence of micronutrients (molybdenum and iron) applied in combination with Rhizobium on biochemical parameters of Vigna radiata (L). International Journal of Current Research 2017-10-31
17 Dr. Ashok Kumar Effect of glyphosate herbicide on physiological and biochemical parameters of Vigna mungo L Journal of plant development sciences 2017-06-06
18 Dr. Ashok Kumar Molybdenum: A review on Mo metabolism in plants and its importance for the growth and nitrogen fixation efficiency of legumes International conference on GRISAAS -
19 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai anthracnose disease of mango caused by colletotrichum and its managemnet by natural products innovation the research concept 2021-01-12
20 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai ASSEMENT OF DIVERSITY OF MEDICINAL PLANTS FROM MEERUT, WESTERN REGION, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE RESEARCH REVIEW 2019-10-17
21 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai DETERMINATION OF SEED HEALTH OF MAGIFERA INDICA international journal of biotechnology and biochemistry 2019-07-13
22 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai effect of kmno4 on seed borne fungi of brassica camprestris international journal of biotechnology and biochemistry 2019-01-18
23 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai effect of metal training on aspergillus niger and its biosorption capacity international journal of tropical agriculture 2018-12-20
24 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai INHIBITORY EFFECT OF SOME FUNGI SPECIES ON P. HYSTEROPHORUS international journal of tropical agriculture 2018-12-19
25 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai DIVERSIFICATION OF MYCORRIZAL FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH SOME SELECTED MEDICINALLY IMPORTANTR PLANTS IN THE CONTEXT OF MEERUT INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH IN ENGINEERINF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE 2017-08-24
26 Dr. Ishwar Singh Glycine betaine modulates chromium (VI)-induced morpho-physiological and biochemical responses to mitigate chromium toxicity in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) cultivars Scientific Reports 2022-05-14
27 Dr. Ishwar Singh GC-MS analysis and phytochemical screening of chloroform extract of Amaranthus viridis The Journal of Indian Botanical Society 2022-03-31
28 Dr. Ishwar Singh Assessment of fluoride contamination in groundwater and its impact on human health The Journal of Indian Botanical Society 2022-03-31
29 Dr. Ishwar Singh Potential roles of phytochemicals in combating severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus infection Plant Science Today 2022-03-15
30 Dr. Ishwar Singh Chromium (VI)-induced alterations in physio-chemical parameters, yield, and yield characteristics in two cultivars of mungbean (Vigna radiata L.) Frontiers in Plant Science 2021-09-29
31 Dr. Ishwar Singh Optimization of in vitro micropropagation of ethnomedicinally important underexplored plant Maytenus emarginata THE INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 2021-07-14
32 Dr. Ishwar Singh Effect of chromium (VI) toxicity on morpho-physiological characteristics, yield, and yield components of two chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) varieties plos one 2020-12-03
33 Dr. Ishwar Singh RANGE OF METABOLIC FLEXIBILITY FOR ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL OF TEN WILD AND ORNAMENTAL ASTERACEAEN PLANTS OF MEERUT World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2018-06-15
34 Dr. Ishwar Singh Screening of PGRs, L-dopa Precursor and Polyploidy inducer treatments on protein content of Mucuna pruriens Callus The Journal of Indian Botanical Society 2017-03-21
35 Dr. Ishwar Singh Hyper accumulation and soil enrichment of certain inorganic nutrients by some plants from Meerut The Journal of Indian Botanical Society 2017-03-21
36 Dr. Ishwar Singh protease enzyme production by different strains of Aspergillus flavaus and Aspergillus niger using casein as substrate International journal of innovative pharmaceutical sciences and research 2017-03-01
37 Dr. Ishwar Singh A Simple TLC Method for Identification of Quercetin and Antioxidant Properties of Methanolic Extracts of Cissus Quadrangularis, Cassia Fistula and Calotropis Procera The Journal of Indian Botanical Society 2017-01-20
38 Dr. Ishwar Singh Study on antibacterial screening of Indian spices extract on E. coli., S. aureus and Pseudomonas sp. isolated from street vended fruit juices Indian Research Bulletin -
39 Prof. Rup Narayan SOIL MYCOBIOTA INFLUENCED BY DIFFERENT CONCENTRATION OF BASIC FUSCHIN DYE INTERNAtional journal of current research and review 2019-10-20
40 Prof. Rup Narayan STUDIES ON CERTAIN FACTORS INFLUENCING BIOSORPTION OF BASIC FUSCHIN FROM ITS AQUEOUS SOLUTION BYASPERGILLUS FUMIGATUS JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL RESEARCH 2019-08-10
41 Prof. Rup Narayan SPATIO-TEMPORAL ORGANIZATION AND BIOMASS DYNAMICS OF PLANT COMMUNITIES IN A DRY TROPICAL PERI-URBAN REGION:DETERMINISTIC ROLE OF ALIEN FLORA IN ANTHROPO-ECOSYSTEMS CURRENT ECIENCE 2017-07-12
42 Prof. Rup Narayan Differential biomass allocation to plant organs and thier allelopathic impact on the growth of crop plants: A case study on the invasibility of Ageratum conyzoides in Indian dry tropics. INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 2015-11-14
43 Prof. Rup Narayan Differential Biomass Allocation to Above-Ground plant components by two invasive Sida Congeners in a dry tropical Peri-Urban Vegetation in India International Journal of Scientific and Research Publication 2014-09-21
44 Prof. Rup Narayan Aboveground Biomass Partitioining and Invasibility of Sida acuta Burm. f. in Indian dry TropicS International Research Journal of Environment Sicences 2014-05-24
45 Prof. Rup Narayan Aboveground Biomass Partitioining and Invasibility of Sida acuta Burm. f. in Indian dry TropicS International Research Journal of Environment Sicences 2014-05-24
46 Prof. Rup Narayan EXOTIC INVASIVE AGERATUM CONYZOIDES L. IN INDIAN DRY TROPICS: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIN OF ITS BIOIMASS ALLOCATION PATTERN AND PLANT TRAITS Journal of Plant Development SCIences 2013-11-14
47 Prof. Rup Narayan Medicinal uses of some Wild Plants from A Dry Tropical Peri-Urban Region in India Journal of Pharma Research 2013-10-15
48 Prof. Rup Narayan The Advancing Dominance of Ageratum conyzoides L. and Lantana camara L. in a dry Tropical Peri-urban Vegetation in India International Research Journal of Environment Sciences 2013-05-12
49 Prof. Rup Narayan Phenotypic plasticity of Chenopodium murale across contrasting habitat conditions in peri-urban areas in Indian dry tropics: Is it indicative of its invasiveness? PLANT ECOLOGY 2012-05-06
50 Prof. Rup Narayan Ecological study of wild medicinal plants in a dry tropical peri-urban region of Uttar Pradesh in India Int. J. Med. Arom. Plants 2012-03-12
51 Prof. Rup Narayan Plant diversity and dry matter dynamics of periurban plant communities in Indian dry tropical region ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH 2011-04-12
52 Prof. Rup Narayan Effects of applied leaf biomass of Parthenium hysterophorus, Cassia obtusifolia and Achyranthes aspera on seed germination and seedling growth of wheat and pea ALLELOPATHY JOURNAL 2010-02-05
53 Prof. Rup Narayan Brick kiln industry in long term impacts biomass and diversity structure of plant communities CURRENT ECIENCE 2010-01-05
54 Prof. Rup Narayan Species diversity in four contrasting sites in a periurban area in Indian dry tropics TROPICAL ECOLOGY47 (2) 2006-12-05
55 Prof. Vijai Malik Structural and functional characteristics and expression profile of the 20S proteasome gene family in Sorghum under abiotic stress Frontiers in plant sciences 2023-11-29
56 Prof. Vijai Malik Vibrational Spectroscopic Methods for the Identification and Distinction of Essential Oils in Genus Ocimum L.: A Chemometric Approach Journal of King Saud University - Science 2022-10-18
57 Prof. Vijai Malik Lectotypification of Asiatic name Salvadora oleoides (Salvadoraceae) PHYTOTAXA 2022-02-18
58 Prof. Vijai Malik OCCURRENCE, DIVERSITY AND TAXONOMIC IMPLICATION OF CALCIUM OXALATE CRYSTALS IN SOME MEMBERS OF LAMIACEAE AND ALLIED TAXA Plant Archives 2021-08-04
59 Prof. Vijai Malik LECTOTYPIFICATION OF COLEBROOKEA OPPOSITIFOLIA SM. (LAMIACEAE) J. Indian bot. Soc. 2021-08-04
60 Prof. Vijai Malik Typification of Limonia crenulata (Rutaceae) Nelumbo 2021-07-07
61 Prof. Vijai Malik Glimpse of climber diversity in Saharanpur District, Uttar Pradesh, India Journal of Threatened Taxa 2021-04-26
62 Prof. Vijai Malik Neotypification of Solanum chrysotrichum (Solanaceae) PHYTOTAXA 2021-04-22
63 Prof. Vijai Malik (053054) Proposals to clarify Art. 6 Note 2 and add a new Example concerning isonyms published by the same author Taxon 2021-04-17
64 Prof. Vijai Malik Notes on Distribution of Desmodium scorpiurus (sw.) Desv. (Fabaceae) in North-West India Indian Forester 2018-10-06
65 Prof. Vijai Malik Aegilops cylindrica Host. (Poaceae) -a new distributional record for northern India Journal of the Bombay Natural history society 2018-07-18
66 Prof. Vijai Malik Emexspinosa (L.)Campd. : A New Distributional Report for Uttar Pradesh Advances in plant sciences 2017-05-06
67 Prof. Vijai Malik The Genus: A Natural or Arbitrary Entity. Plant` Archives. 2017-04-06
68 Prof. Vijai Malik Solanum sisymbriifolium Lam. (Solanaceae) Phytotaxonomy -
69 Prof. Vijai Malik Occurrence of Terminalia muelleri Benth. (Combretaceae) in Western Uttar Pradesh Plant` Archives. -
70 Prof. Vijai Malik The Cradle of the Flowering Plants. Journal of Plant Development Sciences. -
71 Prof. Vijai Malik e-flora of CCS University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India. Annals of Plant Sciences -
72 Prof. Vijai Malik Solanum chrysotrichum Schltdl. A new distributional record from Western Uttar ` Pradesh. Species -
73 Prof. Vijai Malik Taxonomic notes on Epipactis verterifolia Bioss. & Hohen. (Orchidaceae): An IUCN least concern orchid from Shivalik hills The Journal of Indian Botanical Society -
74 Prof. Vijai Malik Phylogenomic Analysis of 20S Proteasome Gene Family Reveals Stressresponsive Patterns in Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) Frontiers in Plant Science-Plant Abiotic Stress. -
75 Prof. Y. Vimala Abscisic acid (ABA): metabolism, transport, crosstalk with other plant growth regulators and its role in heavy metal stress mitigation. Front. Plant Sci. 2022-09-14
76 Prof. Y. Vimala In vitro evaluation of free flavonoids in Cassia fistula Linn. calli of different ages under varying concentrations of plant growth regulators (PGRs) In vitro evaluation of free flavonoids in Cassia fistula Linn. calli of different ages under varying concentrations of plant growth regulators (PGRs) 2022-08-01
77 Prof. Y. Vimala Optimized protocol for in vitro callus induction and micropropagation of Urena lobata L.: A fast-vanishing important medicinal plant. J. Indian bot. Soc. 2022-06-30
78 Prof. Y. Vimala GC-MS analysis and phytochemical screening of chloroform extract of Amaranthus viridis J. Indian bot. Soc. 2022-03-31
79 Prof. Y. Vimala Assessment of fluoride contamination in groundwater and its impact on human health J. Indian bot. Soc. 2022-03-31
80 Prof. Y. Vimala Synthetic hybrid speciation: a resource for breeding novel lineages for secondary metabolites. Nucleus (Springer) 2022-02-23
81 Prof. Y. Vimala Physiological attributes and lipid profiling of algal strain Botryococcus, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) 2022-01-17
82 Prof. Y. Vimala Optimization of in vitro micropropagation of ethnomedicinally important underexplored plant Maytenus emarginata. Indian J. Agric. Sci 2021-12-31
83 Prof. Y. Vimala Diversity in aerial root anatomy of Bulbophyllum (Orchidaceae) and its significance as source for subsidiary characters in species identification. Rheedea 2021-12-31
84 Prof. Y. Vimala Chromium (VI)-induced alterations in physio-chemical parameters, yield, and yield characteristics in two cultivars of mungbean (Vigna radiata L.). Front. Plant Sci. 2021-09-29
85 Prof. Y. Vimala An insight on the ascorbate peroxidase and glutathione reductase activities in plants under salinity stress. Mini- review. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2021-09-11
86 Prof. Y. Vimala Genomic territories in inter-genomic hybrids: the winners and losers with hybrid fixation Nucleus (Springer) 2021-04-30
87 Prof. Y. Vimala Chromosome change and karyotype differentiation implications in speciation and plant systematics Nucleus (Springer) 2021-04-30
88 Prof. Y. Vimala Leaf epidermal features in relation to taxonomy of some species of Bulbophyllum (Orchidaceae) Rheedea 2020-12-31
89 Prof. Y. Vimala Nutraceutical aspects and physiological parameters of cyanobacterial strain Spirulina, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) 2020-10-31
90 Prof. Y. Vimala Range of metabolic flexibility for antioxidant potential of ten wild and ornamental Astreacean plants of Meerut World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2018-08-31
91 Prof. Y. Vimala Supportive allelopathic effect of Parthenium hysterophorus on Azadirachta indica. J. Indian bot. Soc. 2018-06-30
92 Prof. Y. Vimala Salt Stress Tolerance by C-N Balance in calli of Vegetative part of Cissus quadrangularis L. and Calotropis procera L. Vegetos 31(Special) 2018-03-30
93 Prof. Y. Vimala Hyper accumulation and soil enrichment of certain inorganic nutrients by some plants from Meerut J. Indian bot. Soc. 2017-12-31
94 Prof. Y. Vimala Screening of PGRs, L-DOPA precursor and polyploidy inducer treatments on protein content of Mucuna pruriens callus. J. Indian bot. Soc. 2017-06-30
95 Prof. Y. Vimala Effect of abiotic elicitors on biochemical status of two cultivars of Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek Int. J. Res. Ayurveda pharma. 2017-04-30
96 Prof. Y. Vimala Enhanced ROS- Scavenging enzyme activity by salicylic acid elicitation of salt treated seeds of Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek cultivars European journal of Pharmaceutical and medical research. -
97 Prof. Y. Vimala Vetiver Grass Environmental Model for Rehabilitation of Iron Overburden Soil: An Ecosystem Service Approach. Natl. Acad. Sci. Lett -
98 Prof. Y. Vimala Salicylic acid mitigates salt induced toxicity through the modifications of biochemical attributes and some key antioxidants in capsicum annuum. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences -
99 Rama Kant Optimization of light quality for enhanced production of natural products by semi-continuous culturing of Cylindrospermum sp. MTC-30601 (Cyanoprokaryota), isolated from Meerut, India L. Sc. Bulletin 2021-12-01
100 Rama Kant Allelopathic interaction in bloom forming coccoid cyanoprokaryotes L. Sc. Bulletin 2021-12-01
101 Rama Kant Diversity of the genus Scenedesmus Meyen from water reservoir of Kailashahar,Unakoti, Tripura, India Nat. J. Life Scs 2021-12-01
102 Rama Kant Morphology and reproduction of Oocystaenium elegans Gonzalves et Mehra (Chlorellales, Chlorophyta) J. Indian Bot. Soc.101 2021-12-01
103 Rama Kant Lectotypification of Colebrookea oppositifolia Sm. (Lamiaceae) J. Indian Bot. Soc.101 2021-12-01
104 Rama Kant Seasonal fluctuation in cyanobacterial flora of anthropogenic water reservoir of Kailashahar, Unakoti, Tripura, India Plant Archives 2020-10-01
105 Rama Kant Diversity of the genus Nostoc Vaucher (Nostocales, Cyanoprokaryota) from Tripura, India J. Indian Bot. Soc.100 2020-10-01
106 Rama Kant Exploring Biofuel potential of dominant microalgae of North East Region of India Biotech Today 2020-01-01

PUBLICATION PROFILE (OTHER THAN RESEARCH PAPERS)

S.No. Name Publication Title Publisher Year of Publication
1 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai Book Authored INTRODUCTORY BOTANY BALAJI PUBLISHER AND DISTRIBUTOR -
2 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai Book Authored PLANT PATHOLOGY A MODERN APPROACH SIGNATURE BOOKS INTERNATIONAL -
3 Dr. Bhawana Bajpai Book Authored TEXTBOOK OF FUNGI AND PLANT DISEASES ANSHIKA PUBLISHING HOUSE -
4 Dr. Ishwar Singh Chapter in an Edited Books advances in Life sciences mathematics of enzymatic equation 2017-01-30
5 Prof. Rup Narayan Chapter in an Edited Books BIOMEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENT PHYTOREMEDIAL POTENTIAL OF DRY TROPICAL PERI-URBAN VEGETATION 2016-06-14
6 Prof. Rup Narayan Chapter in an Edited Books BIODIVERSITY IN TROPICAL ECOSYTEMS CHA,BIOMASS STRUCTURE ANDAND ALLOCATION PATTERNIN A PERI-URBAN REGION IN TROPICAL INDIANGES IN PLANT SPECIES COMPOSITION 2015-12-22
7 Prof. Rup Narayan Chapter in an Edited Books BIODIVERSITY IN TROPICAL ECOSYSTEMS CHANGES IN PLANT DIVERSITY ALONG DISTURBANCE GRADIENT IN A DRY TROPICAL REGION, INDIA 2015-12-14
8 Prof. Vijai Malik Book Authored Molecular Biology & Bioinformatics Pragati publication 2023-07-03
9 Prof. Vijai Malik Book Authored Economic Botany, EthnoMedicine & PhytoChemistry Pragati publication 2023-01-10
10 Prof. Vijai Malik Book Authored Flowering plants identification and aesthetic characteristics pragati publication 2022-09-20
11 Prof. Vijai Malik Book Authored microbiology and plant pathology Pragati prakashan 2022-01-05
12 Prof. Y. Vimala Book Edited 100 years of the journey : From the archives of the Journal of the Indian Botanical Society. J. Indian bot. Soc. 2021-12-31
13 Prof. Y. Vimala Chapter in an Edited Books J. Indian bot Soc. RAISING THE CURTAIN IN THE CENTENARY YEAR OF THE INDIAN BOTANICAL SOCIETY- LEARNING THE ADVANCING FRONTIERS 2020-12-31
14 Prof. Y. Vimala Book Edited Centenary Volume, The Journal of the Indian botanical Society, 100(A) J. Indian bot. Soc. 2020-12-31
15 Prof. Y. Vimala Chapter in an Edited Books Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings of the 107th Indian Science Congress: XIV Section-Plant Sciences 2020-10-05
16 Rama Kant Chapter in an Edited Books New Vistas in Indian Flora (Ed. LJ Singh, V. Ranjan) Certain common & interesting coccoid BGA (cyanobacteria) from India 2021-01-01

PATENT'S DETAILS

S.No. Patent Application No. Inventor's Name Title Applicant's Name Assignee's Name (Institute Affiliation's at time of Application)
1 16/602,460 Lavania U.C., Lavania S., Vimala Y., Dubey B. & Singh M Vetiver plant named 'CIMAP- FORAGIKA COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (New Delhi, IN)

Achievements

Achievements

Recently, Department has received finincial assistance for 9 research projects from state government and university.
Department organised various seminars, workshop, traning programmes during the last five years.


Recently Department has received grant of rupees 837750/- form India Science, Bengaluru for conducting refresher course on Plant Taxonomy

Time Table

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