Bhairab Ganguly College

Bhairab Ganguly College

  • Reaccredited
    NAAC Grade 'A'
  • Affiliated to
    W.B. State Univ.
  • Govt.
    Aided
  • AISHE Code
    C-43363.

Notice Board Details

Senjuti Banerjee

  • Designation: SACT-II
  • Department: Botany
  • Qualification: M.Sc. Pursuing Ph. D.
  • Contact No:
  • Email: senjuti.botany@gmail.com
  • Area of Specialization: Cell Biology and Genetics

Research Interest:

Assay of different biochemical and cytological parameters of Mangrove plants.

Teaching Experience:

16 years

Awards:

Professional Membership:

Annual membership appliedfor “Indian Mycological Society” and “Indian Botanical Society”.> <

Important Publication:

Research Paper Publications in Journal:

1. Mukhopadhyay, A., Banerjee, S.,Pal, R..(2004): “Lead and Cromium Bio-availability to pro and eukaryotic algal cell system and their Cytotoxicity”, Perspectives in Cytology and Genetics, ISSN: 0970-4507

2. Banerjee, S. and Sarkar,K. (2021): “Antimicrobial and antioxidant properties of common mangrove plants of sundarban, patharpratima, west bengal”, journal of mycopathological research (an official journal of the indian mycological society), ISSN: 0971-3719(communicated)

Conference Publication:

International Conference Research Paper

1. Antimicrobial effect of some plants of Sundarban, Patharpratima, West Bengal.(Organised by Indian Mycological Society, Feb 6-8, 2020.

2. Predicting an evolutionary tree of some major mangrove plants of sundarban, west bengal, using statistical analysis of biological characters (Organised by Calcutta University, Advanced Study, Feb. 2020)

National Conference Research Paper

1. Predicting an evolutionary tree of some major mangrove plants of sundarban, west bengal, using statistical analysis of biological characters (organised by St Xaviers College, Jan.2020)

Research Projects:

                 Completed:  As PI

Project title

Start date

Completion date

Project cost

Sponsoring agency

A cytotaxonomical study of some Sundarban mangrove plants in the light of interspecific hybridization

23rdDecember, 2016

23rdDecember, 2018

2,65,000

UGC-Minor

Submitted:  PROPOSAL SUBMITTED (AS PI)

Evaluation of the anti-alpha amylase (anti-diabetic) property of some major mangrove plants of sundarban, West Bengal.( SPONSORING AGENCY – R & D )

Special Achievements:

A cytotaxonomical Study of Some Mangrove species in the light of interspecific hybridization. Funding by UGC

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