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Conservation of Biodiversity in the North Eastern States of India Proceedings of NERC 2022

By: Ramagopal VS Uppaluri(Editor), Latha Rangan(Editor)
308 pages, 75 colour & 24 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Conservation of Biodiversity in the North Eastern States of India
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  • Conservation of Biodiversity in the North Eastern States of India ISBN: 9789819909445 Hardback Mar 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This volume presents part of the proceedings of NERC 2022, with an emphasis on the conservation of biodiversity in North-east India. This is a highly challenging and involved topic due to regionally diverse physiographic, geographical and eco-climatic conditions. Henceforth, systemic and holistic frameworks are required to disseminate the potential of science and technology for the conservation of the region's biodiversity. Notable among these frameworks refers to plant, microbial and animal bio-diversity conservation, value-added product development and sharing the benefits of such research for the perspective of bio-prospects, analysing critical environmental and climatic factors and their sensitivity to urbanization strategies. Tools that are to be deployed for such insights involve plant, animal, and microbial bioscience and biotechnology, generalized rules for product design and development and survey-based strategies. Addressing relevant competent methodologies and generic pedagogies, this volume on biodiversity conservation in the Northeastern states of India aims to demonstrate the potential of pragmatic strategies that can be applied to biodiversity conservation in any region of the world. Thereby, opportunities for nature-linked livelihood security can be sought for the long-term well-being of humankind and ecology.


Morphological Characterization of Bottle Gourd [Lagenaria siceraria.(Mol). Standl.] Germplasms in Garo Hills of Meghalaya.- Diversity Analysis of indigenous germplasm of Abelmoschus esculentus L. Moench (Okra) under Garo Hills condition of Meghalaya.- Utility of Cow Urine -based bio-enhancer: Boon Substrate for the Growth Study in Phaseolus Vulgaris & its Variability in the Modified Jeevamrutha Bio-formulation.- A Scientific Study of the probable reasons causing the loss of Citrus indica from the ecosystem.- Distribution Mapping and Diversity Assessment of Ilex venulosa from Meghalaya using Internal Transcribed Spacer regions, matK and rbcL.

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Prof. Ramagopal Uppaluri holds a B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering) from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam; M.Tech. (Chemical Engineering) from IIT Kanpur and a PhD (Process Integration) from the University of Manchester, England. After a brief tenure of postdoctoral fellowship at Robert Gordon University, Scotland, he joined IIT Guwahati and eventually became one of the youngest Professor and Professor (Higher Academic Grade) of IIT Guwahati. To date, Prof. Uppaluri has guided 15 PhD students at IIT Guwahati. Presently, he is supervising 20 PhD students in diverse fields of rural food processing, polymer science and technology, solar energy applications, machine learning, bio-fertilizers, food product design and development etc. He has published 116 international journal publications in diversified areas of chemical engineering and science. He has been awarded/filed 6 Indian patents in the field of enhanced oil recovery, noble metal composite membrane fabrication and nano-clustered palladium catalyst fabrication. He also completed several funded projects from DBT, CSIR, DST, DRDL, OIL and IOCL. His extra-curricular interests are in the field of Vedanta & Science and Consciousness Studies.

Prof. Latha Rangan holds an M.Sc. (Plant Science) and a PhD (Plant Science, 2001) from the University of Madras, India. After a brief tenure of post-doctoral research on rice biotechnology at De Montfort University, U.K., Prof. Rangan joined IIT Guwahati in 2004. Presently, Prof. Rangan is a senior professor (equivalent to a higher academic grade) of Bio-sciences and Bio-engineering at IIT Guwahati. In the field of bio-diversity, she extensively focuses on bio-resources of North-east India through an integrative approach. Her research work enabled the exploration of newer research paradigms for various aspects of bio-diversity and thereby fostered sustainable agriculture strategies for medicinal plants. To date, the editor published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed international journals, book chapters, conference proceedings and reviews. She also served as the Head of the Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering at IIT Guwahati and received substantial funding from various funding agencies including the DBT. She is an Elected Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, India and a recipient of prestigious awards including the Dr P. Sheel Memorial Lecture (Young Women Scientist) Award from the National Academy of Sciences, Prof Hiralal Chakravarty Award of Indian Science Congress, Women Scientist Award of Biotech Research Society of India, Young Scientist Award of Society for Chemist and Biologist and Dr J N Baruah Science Award for her significant contributions in the area of Plant Science.


By: Ramagopal VS Uppaluri(Editor), Latha Rangan(Editor)
308 pages, 75 colour & 24 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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