Department of Agricultural Bio-technology

Faculty:
1. Prof. (Dr.) G. R. Rout : Professor & Head
2. Dr. K.C. Samal : Assoc. Professor
3. Dr. I. C. Mohanty : Asst. Professor

About Department: The Department of Agricultural Biotechnology established in OUAT under the ages of College of Agriculture, Bhubaneswar with the financial support from Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India has been providing two year-post graduate teaching programme, M.Sc. (Ag.) Biotechnology, since 2002 and also introduced Ph.D programme in Agril. Biotechnology from the session 2010-11. The department admits the students to a Postgraduate Biotechnology Programme through an All India Combined Entrance Test (AICET) conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi for admission to M.Sc. Agril. Biotechnology programme. The students selected through AICET in Biotechnology are awarded a scholarship of Rs. 4500/- P.M. throughout the two years of their study. The department imparts integrated teaching and Research programme in Cell and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Tissue Culture, Genetic Engineering, Immunology, Molecular Cytogenetics, Stress Biology, Proteomics, Genomics and Bio-informatics. It has well developed laboratory facilities, green house facilities, seminar/conference rooms, computer lab and well furnished library with latest books on Biotechnology. Department is continuously engaged to develop high quality scientific human resources and engaged in evaluation, production and protection of crops. Modern biotechnological technological knowledge and research have played a pivotal role in growth, sustainability and profitability of agriculture production in agriculture and allied sectors of the state of Orissa in the back drop of frequent crop loss due to flood, salinity and draught. To ensure the food security, making farming a profitable enterprise and protect the ecological foundation including the rich bio-diversity, concerted efforts have also to be made for producing technically competent man power for the present and future, developing, refining technologies and its effective transfer to the farmers of various agroclimatic zones of the state through the Zonal Research Stations and Krishi Vigyan Kendras.


Mission:
  • To impart education to rural people of the state and the country in Agriculture Biotechnology.
  • To promote advancement of Research and learning to generate appropriate technology and manpower in Agriculture Biotechnology and allied sciences.
  • To disseminate the theoretical and practical knowledge to the benefit of common people and farmers of the state and the country.

Mandate:
  • To offer sound theoretical knowledge on different branches of Agricultural Biotechnology.
  • To impart practical training on different biotechnological methods using agricultural and horticultural crop plants as experimental material.
  • To acquaint the students with the recent developments in the field of Plant tissue culture, molecular biology, molecular cytogenetics, genetic transformation, stress molecular physiology, phytochemistry and microbiology.
 

Master’s degrees in Agricultural Biotechnology – Two years programme : Annual intake: M.Sc (Ag. Biotech.) – 10 through JNU entrance test, 5 through NRI and 5 through cost sharing.
Ph. D. Agricultural Biotechnology Annual intake: - Ph. D. in Agricultural Biotech. – 02 ( 1 –OUAT entrance examination + 1 ICAR nominee)
Research Facilities: The equipments / instruments facilities for research and teaching of students have been divided into following labs.
  • Genetic Engineering Laboratory
  • Molecular Biology Laboratory
  • Microbiology & Immunology Laboratory
  • Tissue Culture Laboratory
  • Biochemistry Laboratory
  • Bioinformatics Laboratory

Regular core faculty (brief biodata including their area of expertise)

1. Prof. G.R.Rout, Professor & Head
Specialization : Transgenic research, Medicinal Aromatic plant , stress physiology & molecular biology, Biochemistry. Heavy metal toxicity in plant
Publication: He has published 210 research papers and reviews in impact factor International and National journals of reputes and published 17 chapters in different books in biotechnology and allied sciences published by reputed publishers. He has edited a book entitled “Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants.” published by Springer.
2. Dr. A . B . Das, Associate Professor
Specialization: Cytogenetics, Molecular Genetics, Stress Physiology & molecular Biology, Phytochemistry
Publication: He has published 130 publications in impact factor journal of National and Interna-tional journals of reputes. He has edited three book published by reputed publishers.

3. Dr. K. C. Samal, Associate Professor
Specialization: Microbiology, Immunology, Molecular & cell biology, Bioinformatics.
Publications: He has published more than 35 publications with 5 laboratory manuals

4. Dr. I. C. Mohanty, Assistant Professor
Specialization: Plant breeding, transgenic research, Cell & Molecular Biology,
Publication: He has has published 20 research papers in National and International Journal of reputes. He has attended 10 workshop in different research areas.
COURSE PROGRAMME FOR M.Sc.(AGRIL. BIOTECHNOLOGY):
Code Course Title Credits
SEMESTER -I
MBB-501* Principals of biotechnology 2+1
MBB-502* Fundamentals of molecular biology 3+0
MBB-503* Techniques in molecular biology I 0+3
MBB-504 Principles of genetics 2+1
MBB505 General biochemistry 2+1
MBB-506 Principles of microbiology 2+1
PGS-501 Library and information services 0+1
PGS-502 Technical writing and communicable skills 0+1
SEMESTER-II
MBB-507* Molecular cell biology 3+0
MBB-508 Plant tissue culture and genetic transformation 1+2
MBB-509 Techniques in molecular biology II 0+3
MBB-510 Immunology and molecular diagnostics 2+1
MBB-511 Nano biotechnology 3+0
MBB-512* Biostatistics and computers 2+1
PGS-503 Intellectual property and its management in agriculture 1+0
PGS-504 Basic concepts in laboratory techniques 0+1
SEMESTER-III
MBB-513 Microbial and Industrial Biotechnology 2+1
MBB-514 Genomics and Proteomics 2+0
MBB-515 Biosafety, IPR and bioethics 2+0
MBB-516 Animal biotechnology 3+0
MBB-517 Introduction to bioinformatics 2+1
MBB-599 Master's Research 0+8
PGS-505 Agricultural research, research ethics and rural development programmes 1+0
PGS-506 Disaster management
SEMESTER-IV
MBB-518 Molecular breeding 2+0
MBB-519 Environmental biotechnology 3+0
MBB-591 Master's Seminar 1+0
MBB-599 Master's Research 0+12

COURSE PROGRAMME FOR Ph.D. IN AGRIL. BIOTECHNOLOGY:
 
Code Course Title Credits
SEMISTER- I
MBB 601* Advances in plant molecular biology 3+0
MBB 602* Advances in crop biotechnology 3+0
MBB 603 General biochemistry 2+1
MBB 604 Advances functional genomics and proteomics 2+0
MBB 605 Principle of genetics 2+0
MBB 606 Advances in microbial biotechnology 3+0
SEMISTER- II
MBB 607* Advances in genetic engineering 3+0
MBB 608* Techniques in molecular biology 0+3
MBB 609 Plant tissue culture & Genetic transformation 1+2
MBB 610 Environmental biotechnology 3+0
MBB 611 Introduction to bioinformatics 2+1
MBB 612 Biostatics and computers 2+1
MBB 613 Immunology and molecular diagnostics 2+1
SEMESTER –III
MBB 614 Commercial plant tissue culture 2+0
MBB 615 Molecular breeding 2+0
MBB 616 Nano biotechnology 3+0
MBB 617 Biosafety, IPR and bioethics 2+0
MBB 699 Doctoral Research 0+9
SEMESTER –I V
MBB 691 Doctoral Seminar-I 1+0
MBB 699 Doctoral Research 0+12
SEMESTER - V
MBB 692 Doctoral Seminar-II 1+0
MBB 699 Doctoral Research 0+12
SEMESTER -VI
MBB 699 Doctoral Research 0+12

Projects/Scheme Operated:
Title of the Scheme Funding agency Sanctioned out lay Rs. in Lahks Period Investigators
Screening, of anticancer compound from Indian Combratum species and their in vitro culture. University Grant Commission, New Delhi Rs.12.74 lakhs 2012-2015 PI: Dr. .A.B.Das
Preventing Extinction and improving conservation status of threatened plants through application of Biotechnological tools. Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India Rs. 31.484 lakhs 2012-2017 PI: Dr. G.R.Rout
Association mapping of genetic loci related with Fruit & Shoot borer and marker assisted selection for genetic improvement of Brinjal ICAR, New Delhi . Rs. 55.0 lakhs 2013- 2018 Pi: I.C.Mohanty Co-PI:Dr. N. Senapati
 

Post Graduate students details (2009 – 2013):

 
Sl. No Name of the Students Admission No. (JNU) Admission no. (OUAT) Permanent Address
Batch 2009-10
1 Mihir Rabha 41511 201ABT/09 C/o Sri Bhalanath Rabha,
Vill. Hati Gaon, Dist.- Goal para, Assam-783120
Email: mihirrabha@gmail.com
2 Shailendra S. Khirsagar 40401 202ABT/09 SC/o S.S.Khirsagar,
A-21, Devgiei Valley, Nasik-Bombay Road, Mitmita, Aurangabad- 431001, Maharastra.
Email: shaileshk_2007@rediffmail.com
3 Shelke Rahul Gunvantrao 41523 203 ABT/09 C/o G.S. Shelke,
Venkatesh Nagar, Paratwada, Near Vidharbha Mills, TQ- Achalpur, Dist- Amaravati, Maharastra- 444805 Email:rahul.sg98@gmail.com
4 Shirsat Sushil Purushottam 41541 204ABT/09 H. No. 13A, Gurukrupa Colony, Near Dental College, Campus, Wadali, Tal- Amaravati, Dist- Amravati-444602, Email:sushil.sirsat@rediffmail.com
5 Deepti Baburao Sagare 41186 205ABT/09 C/o Parvati Medico, A.P-Hingaangaon,
Tal.- Kauthemahartal, dist.- Sangli, Maharastra-416405
Batch 2010-11
6 Seema Rana 201624 201ABT/10 C/o Kuldip Chand,
Vill. Garh Khas, Po- Malkher,
Palampur, Dist.- Kangra, Himachal Pradesh-176093
Email: semarana@gmail.com
7 Bhanupriya Mishra 250117 202 ABT/10 C/o B.B.Mishra,
At- Panasa, PO-Lalbag, Dist. Jajpur, Odisha Email: bhanupriyamishra2008@gmail.com
8 Parvin S.Gangasagar 250372 203ABT/10 C/o S. M.Gangasagar,
At/PO- Dhamangro (Rly), Behind Police Station,
Dist.- Amravati, Maharastra-444709
9 Adlinge Pradip Mahadev 250448 204 ABT/10 C/o Mahadev Aba Adlinge,
At/Po- Laxmi Dahiwadi,
Tal- Mangalwedha, Dist- Solapur, Maharastra- 413305’
Email: pradipadlinge@gmail.com
10 Gawai Dipti Chandrabhan 250206 205ABT/10 Panchasheel Nagar, Kharap Road, Akpla-444005, Maharastra Email: gawai.dipti@gmail.com
11 Netravati Ishwar Meti 250699 206 ABT/10 C/o Ishwar M.Meti,
At/Po- Soundath, Tal- Markumbi
Dist.- Belgaum, Karnataka
Email: metinetra@gmail.com
12 Divya Gautam 250566 207 ABT/10 C/o M.S.Gautam,
QR. No.- 584/Sec 3/Type A, Balco Nagar – Korba, Chhattisgarh- 495684
Email: divyagautam100@gmail.com
13 Donde Ravindra Dattu 250368 208 ABT/10 C/o G.S.Ubale,
302, D-wing, Mangeshi Shurtis Near henagarden, khadakpoda, kalian (west), Dist. Thane, Maharastra.
Email: ravindradonde@gmail.com
14 Yogesh Bafanrao Lahane 250551 210 ABt/10 Yogesh Bahanrao Lahane,
Ashiyad Colony, Amravati- 444604, Maharastra. Email: yogeshlahane@gmail.com
Batch 2011-12
15 Dhawale Rashmi Vishnupant 150649 01ABT/11 C/o V.U.Dhawale,
At/PO- Kawalgaon, TQ- Purna,
Dist.- Parbhani- 431511, Maharastra,
Email: dhawalerashmi@gmail.com
16 Gite Vikram Balaji 150749 02ABT/11 G.V.Balaji
At- Wakharad, Po- Ambulga, Tq.- Kaudhar, Dist.- Nauded-431714, Maharastra
Email: vikramgite9@gmail.com
17 Ranjeev Kumar 150671 03ABT/11 C/o R.K.Maurya
PO- Attrampur, Dist.- Allhahabad, Uttar Pradesh-229412
Email: ranjeevkrmaurya@gmail.com
18 Hinge Shyam Ashokrao 150063 04ABT/11 C/o G.V.Chacutkar, House No. 251, Plot No. 7, Shirram Nagar, Basmath Road, Parbhani, Maharastra-431401
Email: shyamhinge@gmail.com
19 Shital Bansi Thorat 150429 05ABT/11 At/Po-Kumbephal,
Tq. Kaij, Dist. – Beed, Maharastra-431123
19 Ratnapal Ashkrao Surve 150449 06ABT/11 Milind Nagar,Ambajoger,
Tq. Ambajogai, Dist.- Beed, Maharastra-431517
17 Kalapad Santosh Prabhu 150675 07ABT/11 AT- Pandav Umra,Po- Tandli (Shevai),
Tq.-Washim, Dist.- Washim-444505,Maharastra
Email: spkalapad@gmail.com
18 Kumara Swamy R.V 150457 08ABT/11 C/o R.L.Vishwarath,
S.B.P.U. College,
K.K.B Colony, Tiptur, Tumkur (D), Karnataka.
Email: kumarabiotech@gmail.com
19 Kundansingh R.Jadhao 150172 09ABT/11 Old Saturna Budnero Road, Near Sai Nagar, Badnera Road, Amravati, Maharastra-444607
Email: kjadhao1987@gmail.com
Batch 2012-13
20 Rinny Swain 250754 01ABT/12 C/o Dr. B.K.Swain,Village- Siha, Post- Erasma,
Dist- Jagatsinghpur, Odisha
Email: rincoak@gmail.com
21 Nihar Ranjan Mohapatra 250055 02ABT/12 S/o Jayakrishna Mohapatra,At/Po- Mahipur, PS- Nuagaon, Nayagarh- 752094
22 Jogi Pallavi Dadarao 250130 03ABT/12 At- Chiparda, Post- Nalwada,
Tq.- Daeyapue, Dist.- Amravati- 444803, Maharastra
Email: jogi.pallavi8@gmail.com
23 Munde Navnath Ashruba 250556 04ABT/12 At- Hiwasda Tq. Bhoom, Dist.- Osmanabad- 413504,
Maharastra
Email: navnathmunde42@gmail.com
24 Kirath Singh 250339 05ABT/12 Lane no. 51, Greater Kailash, Kaluchak- Jammu,
Pin-180010, Jamu & Kashmir
Email: kirath.singh14@gmail.com
25 Kharade Sachin Subhash 250116 06ABT/12 At/PO- Mungarul, Taq. Junner,
Dist.- Pune, Maharastra-412410
Email: sachinkharade222@gmail.com
Batch 2013-14
26 Mitali Dash 150341 01ABT/13 Plot no. 260 (A),
Sastrinagar, Unit-4, Bhubaneswar-1
Email :mitalidash.001@gmail.com
27 Ajay Kumar 150532 02ABT/13 C/o Lal Prasad Yadav,Bhelucnak, Kabirchak
Darbhanga, Bihar-846009
Email: bsh09003@gmail.com
28 Banger Khandoji Ramrao 150181 03ABT/13 At/Po- Selsura,
Ta- Kalamanuri, Dist- Hingol, Maharastra.
Email: bangerkhandoji@gmail.com
29 Rajkamal Srivastava 150666 05ABT/13 C/o Rajesh Srivastava
Bacteriology Section, Public HeaLTH Institute, Bankipore,
Patna- 800004,
Email: rj4kml@gmail.com
30 Rahul Gulabrao Patil 150327 06ABT/13 54, Ganraj, Vidya Nagar, Amalner, Tal: Amalner, Dist. Jalgaon,Maharastra-425401
Email:rahulpatil871@gmail.com
31 Arjun Sanjay Pimple 150274 07ABT/13 Phulenager, Wadgaon (Kolhati),Near Bajajnagar, Waluj MIDC, Aurangabad- 431136, Maharastra
Email: arjunpimple7@gmail.com
 
Title of the Post Graduate dissertation along with name of the Guide and Co-Guide:
 
Year Name of the students Title of the thesis Name of the Guide & Co-Guide
2009-10 Mihir Rabha Studies on development of stress tolerant rice through genetic transformation Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof, ABT (Guide)
Prof. M. Kar, Prof, Dept. of Plant Physiology
Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc.Prof, ABT
Shailendra S.Kshirsagar DNA fingerprinting of OUAT released varieties of rice Dr. K.C.Samal,Assoc. Prof, ABT (Guide Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof, ABT Dr.D.N.Bastia, Assoc. Prof. PBG,
Rahul G.Shelka Molecular diversity of SSR and IRAP markers in some selected Indian banana Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc. Prof., ABT (Guide) Dr. S.K.Tripathy, Prof., PBGProf. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Suhil P. Shirsat Establishment of an efficient protocol to develop stress tolerant transgenic rice Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof, ABT (Guide) Prof.M. Kar, Prof, Plant Physiology Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc.Prof, ABT
Deepti B.Sagare Agrobacterium tumefacience mediated genetic transformation using rd29A:;DREB1A gene to develop moisture stress tolerance in binjal Dr. I.C.Mohanty, Asst. Prof. (Guide)
Dr. G.R. Rout, Prof., ABT
Dr. M.Kar, Prof, Dept. of Plant Physiology
2010-11 Ms. Semma Rana, Adm No. 01 ABT/10 Genetic diversity of Momodica dioca Roxb. Using ISSR & RAPD markers Dr. A.B.Das, Assoc. Prof., ABT (Guide) Dr.S.K.Tripathy, Prof., PBG
Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof & Head, ABT
Sri P.S.Gangasagar, Adm No. 03 ABT/10 Isolation and Characterization of DREB gene from Brinjal and Ragi Dr. I.C.Mohanty, Asst. Prof. (Guide)
Dr. G.R. Rout, Prof., ABT
Dr. S.N.Rath, Department of Bioinformatic, CPGS
Ms. Bhanupriya Mishra, Adm. No. 02 ABT/10 Investigation on secondary metabolite production through Agrobacterium rhizogenes mediated transformation of Plumbago species Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc. Prof., ABT(Guide)
Dr.G.Das, Senior Scientist,
AICRP on Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Sri. A.P.Mahadev, Adm. No. 04 ABT/10 Standardization of protocol for genetic transformation of black gram (Vigna mungo L.) with special reference to cold tolerance Dr. K.C.Samal,Assoc. Prof, AB(Guide) Mr. Devraj Lenka, Asst. Prof., PBG Prof. G. R. Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Ms. G.Dipti Chandrabhan, Adm No. 05 ABT/10 Comparison of secondary metabolites derived from transformed and untransformed tissue of some important medicinal plants Prof.G.R.Rout, Prof, ABT (Guide) Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc.Prof. ABT Dr. G.Das, Senior Scientist,
AICRP on Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
Ms. Netravati I. Meti, Adm No. 06 ABT/10 “ Biochemical and molecular characterization of some aromatic rice varieties of Odisha” Dr. K.C.Samal, Assoc. Prof, ABT (Guide)
Prof. M.Kar, Vice Chancellor, Plant Physiology,
Prof. G. R. Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Ms. Divya Gautam, Adm. No. 07 ABT/10 Genetic Transformation of rice with special reference to drought tolerance by using Bj2, Bj3 and DREB-1 gene Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof, ABT (Guide)
Prof. M.Kar, Dean, College of Agril. Dr.A.B. Das, Assoc. Prof., ABT
Sri D. Ravindra Dattu, Adm. No. 08 ABT/10 Studies on Agrobacterium mediated genetic transformation of rice (Oryza sativa L.) for drought tolerance using DREB-1 gene Dr. K.C.Samal, Assoc. Prof, ABT (Guide)
Dr. P.N. Jagdev, Professor, PBG
Prof. G. R. Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Sri Yogesh B.Lahane, Adm. No. 10 ABT/10 Organogenesis and Genetic transformation with rd29A::CBF3 gene mediated by Agrobacterium tumefaciens for cold tolerance in Blackgram (Vigna mungo L.).” Dr.I.C.Mohanty, Asst. Prof., ABT (Guide)
Dr. B.K.Mishra, Assoc. Prof., Plant Physiology
Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
2011-12 Ms. Dhawale Rashmi V., Adm. No. 01ABT/11 Development of transgenic rice with special reference to abiotic stress and its biochemical and molecular evaluation Dr. G.R. Rout, Prof., ABT (Guide)
Prof. M.Kar, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Plant physiology,
Dr.D.N.Bastia, Assoc. Prof. PBG,
Sri Vikram Gite, Adm. No. 02ABT/11 Genetic transformation and morpho physio molercular analysis on transgenic greengram Dr. I.C.Mohanty,Asst. Prof., ABT (Guide)
Prof. G.R. Rout, Prof., ABT
Prof. M.Kar, Vice Chancellor, Plant Physiology
Sri Ranjeev Kumar Adm. No. 03 ABT/11 HPTLC fingerprinting, in vitro culture and conservation of elite strain of Withania sominifera Dr. I.C.Mohanty,Asst. Prof., ABT (Guide)
Dr. G.R.sahoo, Assoc. Prof., Biochemistry, CVS&AH
Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Sri Hinge Shyam A. Adm. No. 04ABT/11 Molecular phylogenetic analysis of Momordica dioica Roxb. Using SSR and RAPD markers Dr. A.B.Das, Assoc. Prof., ABT (Guide) Dr.S.K.Tripathy, Professor, PBG Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof.& Head, ABT
Ms. Thorat Shital B. Adm. No. 05 ABT/11 In vitro plant regeneration and comparative studies of secondary metabolites from non-transformed and transformed plants of Andrographis paniculata Wall. Ex. nees Prof.G.R.Rout, Prof, ABT (Guide) Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc.Prof. ABT Dr.G.Das, Senior Scientist,
AICRP on Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
Sri Surve Ratanpal, Adm. No. 06 ABT/11 To study on DREB gene family and its genetic transformation in rice (oryza sativa L.) for abiotic stress tolerance Dr.K.C.Samal,Assoc. Prof., ABT (Guide)
Prof. G.R. Rout. Prof. & Head , ABT Mr. S.K. Pradhan, Asst. Prof.
Dept. of Bioinformatics
Sri Kalapad Santosh, Adm No. 07 ABT/11 Genetic diversity analysis in ragi (Eleusine coracana L. Gaertn.) using SSR and RAPD markers. Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc. Prof., ABT (Guide) Prof. G.R. Rout. Prof. & Head, ABT Prof. B.D.Pradhan, Prof., PBG
Sri Kumara Swamy R.V., Adm No. 08ABT/11 Studies on genetic transformation of black gram (Vigna mungo L.) with cold induced transcriptomic gene (ICE-1) for abiotic stress tolerance. Dr. K.C.Samal, Assoc. Prof., ABT
Prof. G.R. Rout. Prof., ABT
Prof. M. Kar, Vice- chancellor.
Plant Physiology
Sri Jadhao Kundansingh R., Adm No. 09 ABT/11 Allele mining in rice for abiotic stress Dr. K.C.Samal, Assoc. Prof., ABT (Guide)
Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT Dr.D.N.Bastia, Assoc.Prof., PBG
2012-13
Ms.Rinny Swain Adm. No. 01ABT/12 Molecular phylogeny of Sillion transporter gene (Lsi2) in indica rice (Oryza sativa L.) Dr. A.B. Das, Assoc Prof., ABT (Guide) Dr. S.K.Panda, Professor, Entomology Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Sri Nihar Ranjan Mohapatra Adm. No. 02ABT/12 Molecular characterization and identification of a trait specific marker for fruit and shoot borer tolerance in Brinjal ( Solanum melongena L.) Dr. I.C.Mohanty, Asst. Prof., ABT (Guide)
Dr. N. Senapati, Dept. Vegetable Science, OUAT Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Ms. Pallavi Jogi 03ABT/12 In vitro regeneration and genetic transformation with DREB1A and ZF1 for enhancing drought tolerance in tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum). Dr. I.C.Mohanty, Asst. Prof., ABT (Guide)
Dr. B.K.Mishra, Assoc. Prof., Plant Physiology
Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT
Sri Munde Navnath A, Adm. No. 04ABT/12 Studies on Allele nmining in rice (Oryza sativa L.) for ATP binding cassette (ABC) trnaporter gene family for aluminium tolerance. Dr. K.C.Samal, Assoc. Prof. (Guide) Prof. G.R. Rout. Prof. , ABT
Mr. S.K. Pradhan, Asst. Prof.
Dept. of Bioinformatics
Sri Kirath Singh, Adm. No. 05ABT/12 In vitro plant regeneration and comparative studies of secondary metabolites from transformed and non-transformed plant of Piper species. Prof. G.R.Rout, Prof. & Head, ABT (Guide)
Dr. G.Das, Senior Scientist,
AICRP on Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Dr.A.B.Das, Assoc. Prof., ABT
Kharade Sachin S, Adm. No. 06ABT/12 Studies on in vitro plant regeneration , DNA and chemoprofiling of some important Curcuma species. Dr. K.C.Samal, Assoc. Prof. (Guide) Prof. G.R. Rout. Prof., ABT
Dr. G. Das, Senior Scientist,
AICRP on Medicinal & Aromatic Plants

Recent Publications: (1) Souvagyalaxmi Sahoo & Gyana Ranjan Rout (2014) Plant regeneration from leaf explants of Aloe barbadensis Mill. and genetic fidelity assessment through DNA markers. Physiol Mol Biol Plants. 20(2):235–240 2. Kailash Chandra Samal, Gyana Ranjan Rout, Satya Ranjan Das (2014) Study of genetic divergence of Indigenous Aromatic Rice (Oryza Sativa L.): Potentials and consequences of on-farm management in traditional farming. International Journal of Agricultural Sciences ISSN: 2167-0447 Vol. 4 (4), pp. 176-189 3. Subhadra Rani Mallick, Divya Gautam and Gyana Ranjan Rout (2013) In vitro somatic embryogenesis of high yielding varieties of rice ( Oryza sativa L.). African Journal of Biotechnology, 12(42): 6113-6118 (4) Sushil P. Shirsat and G.R. Rout (2013) An efficient protocol on plant regeneration of upland indica rice (oryza sativa L.) Var. Ghanteshwari and Siddhanta. Agric. Sci. Digest., 33 (3) : 211 – 214. (5) P. M. Adlinge, R. V. Kumara Swamy, K. C. Samal and G. R. Rout (2014) Rapid In Vitro Plant Regeneration of Black Gram (Vigna mungo L. Hepper) Var. Sarala, an Important Legume Crop. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect. B Biol. Sci. (DOI 10.1007/s40011-013-0281-8 (In Press) (6) Netravati Meti, Samal, K.C., D. Bastia and Rout, G.R (2013) Genetic Diversity Analysis in Aromatic Rice Genotypes using Microsatellite based SSR marker, accepted in African Journal of Biotechnology , 12 (27):4238-4250 (7) Dipti Gawai, G. Das and G. R. Rout (2013) Phytochemical screening and comparative analysis of antimicrobial activity of root and leaf extracts of Tinospora coridifolia, Phyllanthus niruri and Abrus precatorious, important medicinal plants. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research, 7 (29):2208-2213 (8) Thorat Shital Bansi and Gyana Ranjan Rout (2013) Plant regeneration protocol of Andrographis paniculata (Burm. f.) - an important medicinal plant. African Journal of Biotechnology, Vo. 12 (39):5738-5742. (9) Mandal, G.D., Nandi, A.K., Das, A.B. 2013. Cytomixis and associated meiotic abnormalities in pollen mother cells of Chlorophytum tuberosum (Roxb.) Baker. Cytologia 78(2):1-6 (Galley). (10). Pal A, Swain SS, Das AB, Mukherjee AK, Chand PK 2013. Stable germ line transformation of a leafy vegetable crop Amaranthus tricolour L.) mediated by Agrobacterium tumefaciens. In vitro Cell. Div. Biol. –Plant 49: 114-128. (11) . Dikshit N., Das A.B., Sivaraj, N., Kar M.K. 2013. Phenotypic diversity for agro-morphological traits in 105 landraces of rice ( Oryza sativa L.) from Santal Parganas, Jharkhand, India. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect. B Biol. Sci. , 83(3): 291-304. (12) I.C.Mohanty, P.S.Gangasagar and S.N.Rath (2013) Amplification and molecular characterization of DREB 1A transcription factor fragment from finger millet (Eleusine coracana L. Gaertn). Journal of Agricultural Science (Canadian Center of Science and Education), 5(8):37-49. (14). P.S.Gangasagar, Rath, S.N. and Mohanty, I.C. (2012). In silico design of primer for in vitro cloning of DREB1A: A regulatory gene associated with abiotic stress. Biotechnology, Bioinformatics and Bioengineering: 2(1): 603-609.


Book: Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants by Springer
Gyana Ranjan Rout; Anath Bandhu Das (Eds.)

2013, Approx. 430 p. 116 illus., 45 in color. Hardcover version
ISBN 978-81-322-0806-8 Due: January 31, 2013 (net) 149,95 € About this book
  • This book covers both abiotic and biotic stresses in plants supported by updated literature reviews and experimental data
  • A special chapter that includes the stress during the reproductive stage

Various stress tolerance and adoptive mechanisms are discussed and developed using novel approaches and out-of-the-box thinking Crop growth and production is dependent on various climatic factors. Both abiotic and biotic stresses have become an integral part of plant growth and development. There are several factors involved in plant stress mechanism. The information in the area of plant growth and molecular mechanism against abiotic and biotic stresses is scattered. The up-to-date information with cited references is provided in this book in an organized way. More emphasis has been given to elaborate the injury and tolerance mechanisms and growth behavior in plants against abiotic and biotic stresses. This book also deals with abiotic and biotic stress tolerance in plants, molecular mechanism of stress resistance of photosynthetic machinery, stress tolerance in plants: special reference to salt stress - a biochemical and physiological adaptation of some Indian halophytes, PSII fluorescence techniques for measurement of drought and high temperature stress signal in crop plants: protocols and applications, salicylic acid: role in plant physiology & stress tolerance, salinity induced genes and molecular basis of salt tolerance mechanism in mangroves, reproductive stage abiotic stress tolerance in cereals, calorimetry and Raman spectrometry to study response of plant to biotic and abiotic stresses, molecular physiology of osmotic stress in plants and mechanisms, functions and toxicity of heavy metals stress in plants, submergence stress tolerance in plants and adoptive mechanism, Brassinosteroid modulated stress responses under temperature stress, stress tolerant in plants: a proteomics approach, Marker-assisted breeding for stress resistance in crop plants, DNA methylation associated epigenetic changes in stress tolerance of plants and role of calcium-mediated CBL-CIPK network in plant mineral nutrition & abiotic stress. Each chapter has been laid out with introduction, up-to-date literature, possible stress mechanism, and applications. Under abiotic stress, plant produces a large quantity of free radicals, which have been elaborated. We hope that this book will be of greater use for the post-graduate students, researchers, physiologist and biotechnologist to sustain the plant growth and development.