PhD : University of Calcutta (1977)
Micropropagation of endangered and
economically important plants having medicinal and aromatic value.
In vitro conservation of medicinal plants by reduced
growth under tissue culture
condition and by storage of encapsulated plant parts (artificial or
Root culture (transformed and
non-transformed) of medicinal plant roots.
Qualitative evaluation of the in vitro-raised
plants and plant roots at genetic and physiological level.
Application of DNA fingerprinting
techniques in genetic fidelity studies of micropropagated / conserved (in
Establishment of In vitro repository and DNA
bank for high priority medicinal plants.
documentation on Indian Medicinal Plants in collaboration with S.A.I.F,
Bose Institute (formerly known as R.S.I.C) and development of a
software (“ PlantCon”) focusing conservation status of
some highly prioritized medicinal plants of India.
downloadable version is available. For using the software please contact
Group Members :
Mr. Avik Ray
Development of a potent in vitro source of Phyllanthus amarus
roots with pronounced activity against surface antigen of hepatitis B
virus. Rajasri Bhattacharyya and Sabita Bhattacharyya In Vitro Cellular &
Developmental Biology – Plant,
40 (5), 504-508, 2004.
Establishment of a Phyllanthus amarus
root clone with significant activity against Bovine viral diarrhea virus – a
surrogate model of hepatitis C virus.
Current Science 84: (4): 529-533, 2003. R. Bhattacharyya, S.
Bhattacharya, M. Wenzel-Mathers and V.E.Buckwold.
High frequency in vitro propagation of Phyllanthus amarus
Schum. & Thonn. by shoot tip Culture. Indian Journal of Experimetal
Biology. 39: 1184-1187, 2001-Rajasri Bhattacharyya and Sabita Bhattacharya
In vitro multiplication of Coleus forskohlii Briq. An
Approach Towards Shortening the protocol. IN VITRO PLANT Cellular and
Development Biology. 37: (5) : 572-575, 2001-Rajasri Bhattacharyya and Sabita
vitro conservation and encapsulation of Coleus forskohlii Indian Journal of Plant Genetic Resources
14 (2) : 313-315, 2001. Rajasri Bhattacharyya, Bidisha Mondal and Sabita
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