NAME DIPASREE ROYCHOWDHURY
MOBILE NUMBER 9830150908
DATE OF BIRTH 2000-01-01
EMAIL dipasree.roychowdhury@yahoo.com
RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
DESIGNATION DEPARTMENT EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor Botany

M.Sc., Ph.D. in Botany

UG- 1.2 years PG-6 months
SPECIALIZATION

Cell Biology, Molecular Genetics and Plant Biotechnology

AREA OF RESEARCH

Plant Biotechnology

AREA OF INTEREST

 Plant Biotechnology, Cytogenetics, Development of comprehensive chromosome database for plants

PUBLICATIONS
  1. Dipasree Roychowdhury, Mihir Halder and Sumita Jha (2017) Agrobacterium rhizogenes mediated transformation in medicinal plants: Genetic Stability in long term culture. In: Transgenesis and Secondary Metabolism. Switzerland: Springer, 323-345.
  2. Amrita Basu, Dipasree Roychowdhury, Raj Kumar Joshi, Sumita Jha (2017) Effects of cryptogein gene on growth, phenotype and secondary metabolite accumulation in co-transformed roots and plants of Tylophora indicaActa Physiologiae Plantarum 39(3)1-19, doi: 10.1007/s11738-016-2306-4. (Impact Factor: 1.563) 
  3. Dipasree Roychowdhury, Binay Chaubey and Sumita Jha (2015) The fate of integrated Ri T-DNA rol genes during regeneration via somatic embryogenesis in Tylophora indica Journal of Botany Doi: 10.1155/2015/707831. 
  4. Dipasree Roychowdhury, Amrita Basu, Sumita Jha (2015) Morphological and molecular variation in Ri-transformed root lines are stable in long term cultures of Tylophora indica. Plant Growth Regulations 75:443–453 (Impact Factor: 2.333
  5. Dipasree Roychowdhury, Biswajit Ghosh, Binay Chaubey and Sumita Jha (2013) Genetic and morphological stability of six-year-old transgenic Tylophora indica plants. Nucleus 56(2):81–89. 
  6. Dipasree Roychowdhury, Anrini Majumder and Sumita Jha (2013)Agrobacterium rhizogenes mediated transformation in medicinal plants: prospects and challenges. In: Chandra S et al., editors. Biotechnology for medicinal plants. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer; p. 29–68.
  7. Tapojita Samaddar, Sayantani Nath, Mihir Halder, Bipradut Sil, Dipasree Roychowdhury, Sumitra Sen and Sumita Jha (2012) Karyotype analysis of three important traditional Indian medicinal plants, Bacopa monnieri, Tylophora indica and Withania somniferaNucleus 55(1):17–20. 
SEMINAR & SYMPOSIA

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RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

More than 7 years of research experience in the area of transgenic medicinal plants including 6 years of pre-doctoral and 1 year post doctoral work.

ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Secured 8th position in B.Sc.(Hons), 2005 in Botany, in University of Calcutta.
  • Secured 1st position in B.Sc.(Hons), 2005 in Department of Botany in Asutosh College. 
  • Qualified CSIR-UGC NET Lectureship (June, 2008).
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