Biotechnology

Department of Biotechnology

Established in 2007

The Biotechnology Department offers BSc programs along with Botany and Chemistry. With a broad range of new laboratory antiquities, this department nurtures the stakeholder to expertise in Plant Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics, Biostatistics, Cellular Biology, Drug Development Technology, Intellectual Property Law to name a few.

Highlights of the Department

  • The department has been recognized by the STAR scheme of DBT, New Delhi for conducting programs to strengthen the basic science.
  • Full-fledged laboratory with sophisticated infrastructure
  • Regular skill based hands on training workshops
  • Vocational training programs
  • Regular institutional visits
  • Student Research Projects
  • Students centric participative mode of learning
  • The students of the department have excelled in curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities
  • Organizing workshops and seminars.

Elective subjects offered by the department:

Semester

Electives

I Biostatistics
II Food science & Technology
III Fermentation technology
IV Food science & Technology

Did You Know ?

DNA neither cares nor knows. DNA just is. And we dance to its Music –

Richard Dawkins
Association & Activities
Community Orientation
Research Output
Scheme & Syllabus

Association & Activities

  • “Sasya Sourabha” is a deep association that provides a forum for bringing out true mettle concealed in the students through imagination.
  • The club organizes activities to bring intellectual awareness toward eco-friendly activity for a holistic approach.

 

Community Orientation

  • Associating with NSS & ISR units for Blood donation camp – blood grouping.
  • Surveys & consensus regarding prevailing agricultural practices , human health & diseases.

Research Output

Thrust areas of Research

  • Thrust areas of Research
  • Plant – Microbe Interactions
  • Plant Metabolomics
  • Plant Tissue Culture
  • Bioremediation
  • Molecular Taxonomy
  • Socio-medical survey

Publication

  • Ramasetty BT, Bajpe SN, Kadappa SK, Saini RK, Basavaraju SN, Ramachandra KK, Sripathy PH. Identification and genetic diversity analysis of Memecylon species using ISSR, RAPD and Gene-Based DNA barcoding tools. Electronic Journal of Biotechnology. 2016 Nov 1;24:1-8.
  • Bajpe SN, Bharathi TR, Marulasiddaswamy KM, Kumara KK, Prakash HS, Kini RK. Efficiency of RAPD, ISSR and ITS markers in detecting genetic variability among Salacia species sampled from the Western Ghats of Karnataka. Molecular biology reports. 2018 Oct 1;45(5):931-41.
  • Bharathi TR, Jameel NM, Ghassam BJ, Bajpe SN, Prakash HS. Antidiabetic Effect of Memecylon Talbotianum Leaf Methanol Active Fraction in Male Wistar Rats. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2017 Jul 1;7(3):114-20.
  • Bajpe SN, Kumara KK, Kini RK. Genetic Diversity of Embelia Species, Maesa Indica and Ardisia Solanacea Sampled from Western Ghats of Karnataka Using DNA Markers. Research journal of Life Sciences, Bioinformatics, Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences 2018; 4(6). 457 – 467.
  • Ammanagi, Avinash & Badiger, Abhijeeth. (2019). Bioprospecting of Fungi for Melanin fabrication: A Comprehensive Review. International Journal of Scientific Research in Biological Sciences. 6. 89-100. 10.26438/ijsrbs/v6i4.89100.
  • Kumar KS, Maruthi KR, Alfarhan AH, Rajakrishnan R, Thomas J. Molecular fingerprinting of Helicanthus elastica (Desr.) Danser growing on five different hosts by RAPD. Saudi journal of biological sciences. 2016 May 1;23(3):335-40.
  • Prarthana, J. and Maruthi, K.R. 2017. Phytochemical analysis of antimicrobial bioactive constituents from Oscillatoria sp. Ind. J. of Applied Res. 7(2); 645-647. ISSN – 2249-555X. IF – 3.919. IC – 79.96.
  • Prarthana, J. and Maruthi, K.R. 2017. Screening of phytochemicals & bioactive antibacterial activity in Spirogyra sp. International J. of Adv. Res. 5(7). 1145-1154. ISSN: 2320-5407. IF – 6.118. IC – 56.43.
  • Prarthana, J. and Maruthi, K.R. 2017. Molecular characterization of fish pathogens & factors influencing pathogenicity. Ind. J. of Applied Res. 7(8); 41-44. ISSN – 2249-555X. IF – 3.919. IC – 79.96.
  • Prarthana, J. and Maruthi, K.R. 2019. Fresh Water Algae as a Potential Source of Bioactive Compounds for Aquaculture and Significance of Solvent System in Extraction of Antimicrobials. Asian Journal of Scientific Research. 12(1): 18-28. DOI: 10.3923/ajsr.2018. pISSN – 1992 -1454. IF – 0.127.

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