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About the Department:
 

 

 

 

 

 

The Post-Graduate Department is established in the year1963 to impart higher education (teaching and research) in Zoology. The existing building has 1551.74 Sq. m. built up area in the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule University Educational Campus. The Department runs three programmes, a two-year Master of Science (M. Sc.) degree, one-year Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) degree and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree by research.
           

The Department has sufficient space and the laboratories for post Graduate teaching and research activities. The Department has also its separate departmental library with latest collection of text-books, reference books for M. Sc. Students and a number of Journals of basic and applied nature   useful to conduct researches in the areas of endocrinology, physiology,Immunocytochemisty, cell and tissue culture, reproductive biology, and Neurobiology in the branches of Entomology, Fish and Fisheries, Animal Physiology and of Mammalian Reproductive Physiology.


 

 

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Research activities

  • Insect physiology & pathology

  • Animal tissue culture

  • Neurobiology

  • Endocrinology

  • Reproductive physiology
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Courses and Intake:
 

Admission (Intake, Rules, Admission lists, etc.)

         Intake for M. Sc. programme is 37 students each year and for M. Phil. 12 students. Each faculty member can register maximum 10 students for Ph. D. programme. M. Sc. students can opt for any one of the four specializations: Entomology, Fish and Fisheries, Mammalian Reproductive Physiology and Animal Physiology in the second year.
Total intake capacity- 37 students each year.

  •  Admission (Intake, Rules, Admission lists, etc.)

         Intake for M. Sc. programme is 37 students each year and for M. Phil. 12 students. Each faculty member can register maximum 10 students for Ph. D. programme. M. Sc. students can opt for any one of the four specializations: Entomology, Fish and Fisheries, Mammalian Reproductive Physiology and Animal Physiology in the second year.
Total intake capacity- 37 students each year.

  • General Procedure for Admission:

 Application forms for admission together with a copy of the prospects for M.Sc. I and M.Sc. II courses are obtained from the office of the Zoology Department on payment of Rs. 10/- by cash/Demand Draft/I.P.O. in favor of the Head, Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. If required by post, please send self addressed stamped envelope of Rs. 20/- with requisition.
Application for admission to the M.Sc. I and II courses should be submitted to the Head, Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, on or before the last date prescribed with the admission form accompanied by a non refundable Application fee of Rs. 25/- payable to the Head, Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, by D.D. or cash and true copies of college or Institution Certificates signed by the principal  of the college or Institution last attended, testifying to the applicant having passed the qualifying examination prescribed for admission to the courses concerned. True copies of the mark list and attempt Certificate and self addressed envelope should invariably be attached to the application form.

  • Eligibility: For admission to the M.Sc. part I course:

        Candidate who have passed the B.Sc. examination with Zoology as one of the subjects of the Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj, Nagpur University or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto, are eligible for admission to the M.Sc. part I course, provided they have secured an aggregate of not less than 45% marks at the B.Sc. examination.

 

 

 

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Teaching Faculty:

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Facilities Available in the Department
 

A) Laboratories :- Total laboratories 10

  1. M.Sc. I

  2. M.Sc. II

  3. Fish and Fisheries

  4. Entomology

  5. Mammalian Reproductive physiology

  6. Animal Physiology

  7. Common Research laboratory

  8. Tissue Culture laboratory

  9. Immunocytochemical laboratory and

  10. Biotechnology laboratory

 

The laboratory for M.Sc. part- I Students contain all necessary instruments to carry out Theory and Practical as per the syllabus. Well equipped five (5) laboratories for M.Sc. part- II students, four (4) for specialization practical , one (1) for common practical, one common research laboratory with maximum research facilities, a highly sophisticated tissue culture laboratory for special research purposes, one immunocytochemical laboratory to carry out recent techniques of research, so also, instrument room with all the necessary sophisticated instruments required for the research work as well as for M.Sc. students are available in the Department.
 

 

B) Library:
The departmental library is having specious room and consists of about 3500 books on different disciplines on Zoology. The books are available on weekly renewal basis to the students and the staff. Books and journals especially in thrust areas have been purchased and catalogued separately for use. The library is equipped with reading facilities for 50 students at a time. Apart from this, a central library is available in the campus premises also.
 

C) Museum:
The museum is well stocked with various specimen belonging to all the animal phyla which are used for teaching Invertebrate and Vertebrates divisions which are included in the syllabi. The skeletons of different vertebrate animals including human are also kept to know the internal arrangement of bones in the body. Some rare animal specimen and important insects as well as insect pest life cycles and various types of placentae from different mammals are well preserved in the museum.
 

D) Animal House:
A small animal house is available behind the departmental building. Number of aquaria to keep various types of living fishes and other aquatic animals, insect rearing room, cages for experimental mammals etc. are provided in the Department for the M.Sc. students and research scholars.
 

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Syllabus (2 Year Master Degree Course in Zoology)

  • Syllabus for M. Sc. Zoology (Semester with credit based Pattern) w. e. f. 2012-13 Academic session

            The syllabus for M. Sc. Zoology based on semester with credit based pattern comprises of four semesters. The examination shall be of 16 (Sixteen) theory papers each of 100 marks. Each paper is equivalent to 4 credits hence total credits of 16 theory papers are 64 (16x4=64). There shall be seven practicals and a project work of 100 marks each, equivalent to the total 32 credits (7 practicals x 4 =28 + a project work x 4= 4). The Examination in each theory paper shall be of three hours duration and that of each practical shall be of 6 hours. The seminar shall be conducted during the First, Second, Third and Fourth semester. Each seminar shall be of 25 marks equivalent to 1 credit (4 seminars x1= 4 credits). At the end of Fourth semester candidate has to submit a Project work. The project work shall be of 100 marks. Candidates are expected to pass separately in seminar, theory, project and practical examination. The work load for each theory paper shall be of 4 clock hours per week. Work load for each practical shall be of 8 clock hours per week. Two clock hours per week will be devoted to seminar. Eight (08) clock hours per week will be devoted to project work. In IV semester, project work is compulsory for all the students. The structure of syllabus for M. Sc. Zoology (Semester with credit based pattern) is also displayed on the university website
    

  • Semester-I
  • Theory Papers:
  • Paper I: Structure and Function of Invertebrates.
  • Paper II: General Physiology.
  • Paper III: Cell Biology and Genetics.
  • Paper IV: Advance Reproductive Biology.
  • Seminar-I,  Practical: I,  Practical II
  • Semester-II
  • Theory Papers:
  • Paper V: Structure and Function of Vertebrates
  • Paper VI: Comparative Endocrinology
  • Paper VII: Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
  • Paper VIII: Advance  Developmental Biology
  • Seminar-II,  Practical: III,  Practical: IV
  • Semester-III
  • Theory Papers:
  • Paper IX: Parasitology
  • Paper X: Immunology
  • Paper XI: Special Group paper-I (Entomology/Fish and Fisheries Animal Physiology/MRP)
  • Paper XII: Special Group paper-II (Entomology/Fish and Fisheries Animal Physiology/MRP)
  • Seminar-III, Practical: V, Practical: VI
  • Semester-IV
  • Paper XIII: Biotechniques, Biostatistics and Ethology 
  • Paper XIV: Toxicology and Bioinformatics
  • Paper XV: Special Group paper-III (Entomology/Fish and Fisheries Animal Physiology/MRP)
  • Paper XVI: Special Group paper-IV (Entomology/Fish and Fisheries Animal Physiology/MRP)
  • Seminar-IV, Practical: VII and Project work
  • Faculty Profile :
  • Dr. (Mrs.) M. S. Sastry, Professor and Head (Mammalian reproductive physiology)
  • Dr. (Mrs.) V. V. Baile, Professor (Fish and Fisheries)
  • Dr. A. G. Jadhao, Professor (Fish and Fisheries)
  • Dr. S. B. Zade, Professor (Animal physiology)
  • Dr. D. D. Barsagade, Associate professor (Entomology)
  •  Dr. (Mrs.) V. T. Dhurve, Associate professor (Mammalian reproductive physiology)
  • Dr. S. C. Masram, Assistant Professor (Entomology)

 

  • Research (Ph.D. Name of the Researcher, Guide) Working/ submitted

S.No.

Name of Ph.D Students

Year of registration

Name of Guide

Working/ Submitted

1.

Mr.R.S .Bagade

2005

Prof. Mrs. V.V. Baile

Working

2.

Ms. S.A.Gharade

2008

Prof.. D.D. Barsagade

Submitted

3.

Mr.C.P. Sahare

2008

Prof. Mrs. V.V. Baile

Working

4.

Mr.S.R.Phale

2009

Prof. Mrs. V.V. Baile

Submitted

5.

Ms. S.W.Dighade

2010

Prof..Mrs.M.S. Sastry

Submitted

6.

Ms. R.V.Gaurkar

2010

Prof.Mrs.M.S. Sastry

Submitted

7.

 Ms. V.V.Gotmare

2010

Prof..Mrs.M.S. Sastry

Submitted

8.

Mr.K.T.Waghmare

2010

Prof. Mrs.V.V.Baile

Working

9.

Ms.V.J.Badwaik

2010

Prof. D.D. Barsagade

Working

10.

Mr.P.P.Masram

2010

Prof. D.D. Barsagade

Working

11.

Mr.G.B.Gathalkar

2010

Prof. D.D. Barsagade

Working

12.

Mr.M.P.Thakre

2010

Prof. D.D. Barsagade

Working

13.

Mr.H.M.Meshram

2010

Prof. D.D. Barsagade

Submitted

14.

 Mr.A.U.Deore

2010

Prof. S.B.Zade

Working

15.

Ms..M.P.Dhar

2010

Prof. D.D. Barsagade

Working

16.

Ms.. R.K. Marganwar

2010

Dr. Mrs. V.T. Dhurvey

Working

17.

Ms.. S. Dhawas

2010

Dr. Mrs. V.T. Dhurvey

Working

18.

Ms..R.P. Thakare

2010

Prof. D.D. Barsagade

Working

19.

Mr. D.P. Sinh

2012

Prof. A.G. Jadhao

Working

20.

Ms. V.V. Patil

2012

Prof. S.B.Zade

Working

21.

Mr.M.K.Bangadkar

2013

Prof. S.B. Zade

Working

22.

Mr. P. Bankar

2013

Prof . S.B. Zade

Working

23.

 Ms.K.V.Deshpande

2013

Prof. A.G. Jadhao

Working

24.

 Mr.V.P. Khandwekar

2013

Prof . A.M. Khurad

Working

                                                                                           

  • Major and Minor Research Projects (Ongoing and recently completed)

S.No.

Title

Agency
 

Sanction No.

Grant/Amount Mobilized
(Rs. lacs)

Role  
( PI/CI)

Ongoing/ completed

1.

Apoptosis detection by TUNEL assay in testis following administration of the Oncolytic drug Doxorubicin

 
U.G.C (Minor)

F.No.41-1298/2012 (SR)

1,67,000/-

PI
(Prof.Mrs. M.S.Sastry)

Recently Completed

2.

“Studies on spermatozoa quality following  Cyclophosphamide treatment”

U.G.C.
(Minor)

F.No. 47-1887/11 2012(WR)

1,95,000/-

CI
( Prof.Mrs. M.S.Sastry)

Recently Completed

3.

“Role of nitric oxide in the hypothalamo-hypophyseal gonadal system of the teleost fish”

    DBT
 (Major )

SR/41-22/2012

 10.02 Lacs

PI
(Prof. A.G.Jadhao)

Ongoing

4.

“Study of neurotrophic factors in relation to calcium binding proteins during fish brain development”

   U.G.C.
  (Major )

BT /PR4688/AAQ/03/585/2012

 
Rs.49.58 Lacs

PI
(Prof. A.G.Jadhao)

Ongoing

5.

“Environmental health perspective of fluorosis in endemic   fluoridated areas of   Chandrapur district of Maharashtra”

    UGC
(Major )
 

F. 41-155/ 2012(SR)

 Rs.10,50, 800/-

PI
(Dr. V.T.Dhurve)

Ongoing

 

  • Contact Address:        Department of Zoology

                                      RTM Nagpur, University
                                      Nagpur-440033.
   Email ID:                  sastry_nidhi@rediffmail.com

 

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CURRICULUM    VITAE

 

  



Name

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Prof. (Mrs.) M.S.Sastry     

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Nationality

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Citizen of India

Address for Correspondence

:

Dr. (Mrs.) M.S.Sastry     
Professor and Head
Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Campus,
Nagpur – 440 033. MS-India.
Phone : R.+91-0712- 2291130, M.09960260829
e-mail : sastry_nidhi@rediffmail.com

Date & place of birth

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18th March 1956, India

Marital status

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Married (1 Son)

 

Educational qualification

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Degree

University

Year

Division / Grade

B.Sc.(Biology)

Nagpur University, Nagpur

1975

Ist Division

M.Sc.(Zoology)
(specialization- Mammalian Reproductive Physiology)

Nagpur University, Nagpur

1977

Ist Division
(Ist in order of Merit)

Ph.D.(Zoology)

Nagpur University, Nagpur

1980

 

                                                                                                                                                                  

Biographical   information
M. Sc.                    Nagpur University, Nagpur, India               1977
Ph. D.                     Nagpur University, Nagpur, India               1980
Experience:  Teaching: 39   Years,   Research: 38  Years
Research  Interest:  Mammalian Reproductive Physiology .
Research guidance:  M. Phil : 11, Ph. D. Awarded- 13, Working- 02,
Research papers published:  66, Chapters in the Books :  05,  Book publication :  02
Participated in  State/ National/ International Conference, Seminar, Symposia  and Workshops :  65
Research project:  03 : Completed:   02 :  New proposal :   01
 Invited talks :       13:   Chair Personship : 14
Membership of scientific Societies: Life membership of  06 societies.

Fellowships /Awards / Honours:

  • Merit scholarship 1972-75.
  • Dakshina Fellowship 1975-1977.
  • Junior Research Fellowship, CSIR, New Delhi 1977-1980.
  • Dr. M. A. Moghe Zoology Prize for standing 1st in M.Sc.
  • Dr. S. M. M. Khatib Gold Medal for standing 1st in M.Sc.
  • Year of the Scientist Award of National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi 2001.
  • Best Paper presentation’. 17th All India Congress of Zoology, Baramati (Pune)
  • Best Paper presentation’. National Symposium on Invertebrates for Biomonitoring Ecosystem Health, 2010, Hislop College, Nagpur.
  • Invited for assessing the qualities of research in 1st International Conference on Science , Engineering and Technology for Academician, Industries and Society , ICSET-2015 with a theme recent trends in Science, management, engineering and technology at  Ras Al Khaimah  Dubai (UAE) on 21st ,22nd and 23rd November 2015.
  • Life Time Achievement Award Ras Al Khaimah  Dubai (UAE) 2015.
  • One of the research paper included in CCO online catalogue, Museum d’Histoire naturalle co-ordination oust chauves-souris CP6434, CH-1211 Geneva 6 suisse. www.ville-ge/ch/musinfo/mhng/cco/
  • Fellow of the Academy of Zoology (FAZ), Agra.
  • Fellow of the National Environmental Science Academy (FNESA), Muzaffarpur.
  • Fellow of the National Environmentalists Association (FNEA), Ranchi.

Travels   Abroad :-

  • USA, Malaysia, Singapore, France, Nepal, Thailand, Hungery, Japan, UAE.

Member of the various University Committees :  

Member of the various University Committees : 

  • Board  of Studies (Co-ordinator/ Chairperson)
  • Research  Recognition Committee (Co-ordinator)
  • Syllabus committee (Co-ordinator)
  • Subject Examination Committee (Co-ordinator)
  • Multidisciplinary committee (Custom and          Excise Duty Exemption).
  • Board of University Teaching and Research (BUTR)
  • Institutional Animal  Ethics Committee (IAEC) (Chairperson)
  • Dissection   Monitoring Committee (DMC) ( Convener and Chairperson)
  • Local advisory committee
  • Scholarship committee
  • Academic Audit Committee (AAC) Goa University
  •  UGC project committee
  •  Purchase committee
  •  Life Membership of various scientific societies -07
  • Research proposal approval committee, Government of India, Madhya Pradesh

 

BOther Universities :      

 a)  Academic Audit Committee (AAC), Goa Univ.
 b)  Selection Committee (VC’s Nominee) North Maharashtra University, Jalgoan.
 c)   Board  of Studies  ( as Ph.D. thesis refree) : Mumbai, Amravati , Jalgoan, Nanded,           Kolhapur (Within Maharashtra), Manonmaniam  Sundarnar Univesity, Bharathidasan Uni. Chennai  (Tamil Nadu), Gujarat ,BHU,Panjab University.                                                                                                                        
Endowment  fund  Donation :

  • Endowment fund Donation: Cash donation for” Bhaskar Sastry Medal” Cash Prize Fund at annual convocation to a student, who from among the successful candidates securing the highest number of marks in the subject “ Mammalian Reproductive Physiology” in Annual M.Sc. Zoology to the Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University Nagpur .
  •  Endowment fund Donation: Cash donation for “Prof.(Mrs.) M.S.Sastry Medal” Cash Prize Fund at annual convocation to a student, who from among the successful candidates securing the highest number of marks in the annual M.Sc. Zoology to the Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University Nagpur

 

      OTHER SOCIAL ACTIVITIES:


          1

Swatch Bharat   :   

Many times I initiated  and participated the cleaning of the Department of  Zoology.

2

Tree Plantation and Bird conservation:

Attended Tree Plantation at M.A.D.C. area in Mihan Nagpur on 24/06/2015 Organized by YASHODHARA Bahudeshiya Sangh  Nagpur)

 

 

Attended “Nest building for Birds” organized by YASHODHARA BAHUUDHESIY SANGH Nagpur, Bajaj Nagar Mahila Jagruti manch Dharampeth Mahila Bahudeshiya sanustha Nagpur on  19th April 2015 for the conservation of Birds.

3

Help age activity :  

I have Supported in organizing Mahila Bachat Gat Melawa at Kondhali Distt. Nagpur on 13 July 2013 (Almost 500 members attended the rozgar and kalian melawa from entire vidarbha) in association with YASHODHARA Bahudeshiya Sangh  Nagpur).

4.

Right  to the Information officer (Janmahiti Adhikari) 

: Attended  one day workshop on Mahiti Aadhikar20-08-  2014   at Dr.  Panjabrao Deshmukh Vidarbh Prabodhan   Amravati.

 

Teaching experience :-                   39 years
Guiding  experience :-                   Guided 11 M. Phil students.
Ph.D. Students : 13 (Awarded), 3 (Submitted), 2 (Working) 


S. No.

Name of Candidate

Year

 

Ph.D. Awarded

1.

Ms. Sunita Gupta

2003

2.

Ms. Sindhu Pillai

2005

3.

Ms. Manisha Bhatkulkar

2007

4.

Ms. Yogita Raut

2008

5.

Mrs. Jayshree Tirpude

2008

6.

Mr. Rajeshwar Chaudhari

2009

7.

Mrs. Archana Masram

2010

8.

Ms. Dharna Tembhare

2011

9.

Ms. Sushmita Choudhary

2011

10

Mrs. Zeenat Kashmiri

2014

 

Thesis Submitted

2

Ms. Snehal Dighade

2014

3.

Ms. Rekha Gaurkar

2014

4.

Ms. Vasundhara Gotmare

2014

 

 Working

 

1.

Mr. Ravindra Ramatkar

2014

2.

Mrs. Shabeena Anjum Sheikh

2014

3.

Ms. Santosh Paniya

2014

 

 

 

M.Phil. Students awarded :-   15
Research Projects:-

Sr. No.

Major/Minor

Title of the Project

Name of the Funding agency

Amount sanctioned

Status

1.

Minor

Apoptosis detection by TUNEL assay in testis following administration of the Oncolytic drug Doxorubicin

U.G.C.

Rs. 1,67,000/-

Completed 01-08-2012 to 01-08-2014

2.

Minor

“Studies on spermatozoa quality following  Cyclophosphamide treatment”

U.G.C.

1,95000/-

Completed 13-01-2012 to 13-01-2014

 

Number of national / International conferences / Workshop attended :-

 60 ( Participated and                                                                                                                            / or presented research                                                                                                               papers and Chaired / Co-chaired at the  various National,                                                                                              International Conferences  and Workshops)

 

Examiner for Ph.D. thesis of various Universities :-  Amravati, Mumbai,  Nanded, Varanasi,                                                                                              Ranchi, Tiruchirappalli, Tirunelvali.
Life member of various scientific organizations:-

  1. Life membership of the National Environmental Science Academy, India.
  2. Life membership of Society for Reproductive Biology and Comparative Endocrinology, India.
  3. Life membership of Indian Society for the study of Reproduction and Fertility, India.
  4. Life membership of Indian Pineal study group.
  5. Life membership of Society of Andrology, India.
  6. Life membership of Society of Toxicology, India.
  7. Life membership of Zoological Welfare association, India.
  8. Life membership of National Environmentalists Associations, India.

Recognized Ph.D. Guide:

  1. RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur (No.Ac / Recog.(Guide)/ D/ 2428 dated on  19-07-1988.

Examination related work:

  1. M.Sc. examination (External / Internal examiner), Goa University, Amravati University,  Gondawana University, Raipur University.
  2. Paper Setter, RTM Nagpur University Nagpur, Amravati University,  Gondawana University, Raipur University, Jiwaji University Gwalior, Goa University.
  3. Ph.D thesis evaluation, Amravati, Mumbai, Nanded, Varanasi, Ranchi, Tiruchirappalli, Tirunelvali etc. Universities.
  4. Project evaluation , UGC, DST.

Research Publications :-  67 ( Including National / International/Conference proceedings)

  1. Research Papers :-
  1. Sastry, M. S. and M. Madhavan (1984)  Early development, implantation and amniogenesis in the microchiropteran bat, Scotophilus heathi (Horsefield). Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India, 54 (B) : 9-20.

 

  1. Karim K. B. and M. S. Khan*(1985)  Some observations on the pituitary of the Indian rat tailed bat Rhinopoma hardwickei hardwickei (Gray). J. Curr. Biosci, 2 (2) : 61 to 68.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and A Madhavan (1986) Development of foetal membranes and placentation in the microchiropteran bat Scotophilus heathi (Horsefield). Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India, 56 (B) : 187-198.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. (1987) Effect of Bilateral hysterectomy on the histology of adrenal glands of white rat during late pregnancy, Bull. Env. Sc. 9 : 18-21.

 

  1. Karim K. B. and M. S. Sastry (1988-89) Growth related embryo morphology  in Rousettus leschenaulti. (Megachiropetra, Pteropodidae). J. Zool. Soc. India  40-41 : 30-48.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. (1992) A bibliography on the early development, foetal membranes and placentation in Chiroptera, Bull. Env. Sc. 10 : 41-48.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Panchbahi (1993)  The effect of consanguineous marriage on congenital malformations of the child. J. Obstet. Gynaecol. India. 43 (4) : 572-575.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. (1994) Observations on the Antifertility effect of Ocimum sanctum (Sacred Basil) on the testis and epididymis of male albino rat Bull. Env. Sci. 12 : 7-16.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. 1995 Antifertility and Abortifacient effect of Ocimum sanctum (Sacred Basil) in the Albino rat Bull. Env. Sci. 13 : 29-30.

 

  1. Karim K. B. and M. S. Sastry 1996 An abnormal Pregnancy in the Indian Fruit Bat, Rousettus leschenaulti.Bat Res. News Summer and Fall,
    41-42.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2003) Inhibition of spermatogenesis with daily injections of Depot Medroxy Progesterone acetate (Depo Provera) in Indian Palm Squirrel, Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) In: Recent advances in Endocrinology and Reproduction; Evolutionary, Biotechnological and clinical implications edited by Prof. C. Haldar and Dr. Shiv Shankar Singh. Pineal Research Lab. Dept. of Zoology, BHU, Varanasi. 313-324.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2003) Relationship between the seminal fructose levels and the spermatogenic activity after progesterone treatment Trends in life sci. (India) 18(2) : 117-123.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S., S. N. Gupta and S. M. Vaidya (2004) Changes in citric acid contents in male accessory glands of the Indian Palm Squirrel, Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) with Depot Medroxy Progesterone acetate (Depo Provera). Mod. J. Life Sci. 2 : 1-8.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2004) Depo Provera induced morphological changes in the sperms of Indian Palm Squirrel, Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton). J. Expt. Zool. India  7 : (1) 49-53.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2004) Influence of combination treatment of progesterone and testosterone ester on the sperm count, citric acid contents and testosterone level in male accessory glands of the Indian Palm Squirrel, Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton). Biochem. Cell. Arch. 4 (1) : 45-50.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2004) Induction of Maturational Defect (Coiling of tail) in the spermatozoa of Indian palm squirrel Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) due to combined treatment of Depo Provera and Sustanon. Bull. Pure and applied sci. 23A-Zoology (1). 1–5.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2004) Inhibition of Spermatozoa maturation in the Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) by Depot Medroxy Progesterone Acetate (DMPA) Ind. J. Comp. Ani. Physio. 22(1):

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. B. Pillai (2004) Occurrence of “Testis-like” tubules in the ovary of an Indian leaf nosed bat, Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) Trends in Life Sci. (India) 19(1) :  9-12.

 

  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2005) Fructose and testosterone levels : their correlations with sperm counts, in the Indian Palm Squirrel, Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) treated with Depo Provera alone or in combination with testosterone ester. Bio. Sci. Res. Bulletin 21(1) : 53-61.
  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2005) The effect of progestin (Depot Medroxy Progesterone Acetate) and Androgen (Sustanon) on the seminiferous epithelium : histological and ultrastructural studies. Bull. Pure and Applied Sci. 24A(1) : 43-53.
  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. B. Pillai (2005-2006) Cyclical changes in the epithelial cords of the ovary of a microchiropteran bat, Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) J. Endocr. Reprod. 9(1)(2) : 37-42.
  1. Sastry, M. S. and S. N. Gupta (2006) Effect of Depot Medroxy Progesterone acetate on the epididymis of Indian Palm Squirrel, Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) : Histological and Biochemical Studies, In : Advances in Reproductive Toxicology” edited by S. C. Joshi and A. S. Ansari, Dept. of Zoology, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. 302-310.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and R.M. Choudhary (2006) Toxic study of an oncostatic drug Etoposide (VP16-213) on the reproductive organs of male squirrel, Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) Flora and Fauna   12(2) : 102-112.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Manisha Bhatkulkar (2006) Variations in the haematocrit values during the male and female reproductive cycle of a megachiropteran bat Rousettus leschenaulti (Desmerest). In : Advance studies in Animal Physiology, edited by Dr. B. N. Pandey, Bodh Gaya.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Archana Masram (2007) Correlative changes in the body weight, testicular weight, testis size and serum testosterone concentration in the Indian flying fox during reproductive cycle. Fauna and Flora. 13(1) : 107-114.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Sushmita Choudhury (2008) Changes in the Leydig cell activity during the annual testicular cycle of an insectivorous bat Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) : lipid histochemistry. The Bioscan 3(1): 43-48.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Dharna Tembhare (2008) Some histochemical observations on the ovarian stromal interstitial cells during anoestrous and oestrous in Indian leaf nosed bat Hipposideros speoris (Schneider). The Bioscan 3 (2): 139-146.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Sunita Gupta (2008) Depression of plasma testosterone with depot medroxy progesterone acetate (Depo provera). The Bioscan 3 (2): 193-200.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and R. M. Choudhary (2008) Cisplatin induced toxicity on the reproductive organs of male squirrel Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton). Asian J. Expt. Biol. 22: 455-464.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and S. B. Pillai (2008) Variations in the Epithelial cords of the ovaries of Microchiropteran bat, Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) during reproductive cycle – an enzymatic approach. J Theor. Expt. Biol. 4 (3): 95-101.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Archana Masram (2008) Correlations of cholesterol and Testosterone levels with the reproductive cycle in the male frugivorous bat Rousettus leschenaulti (Desmerest). The Bioscan. 3(3): 353-356.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Dharna Tembhare (2009) Histochemical Study Of Ovarian Dehydrogenases SDH and Glucose-6-Phosphate during various phases of reproductive cycle in Indian leaf-nosed bat Hipposideros speoris (Schneider). The Bioscan 4(1): 121-134.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Sushmita Choudhury (2009) Histochemical Localization of two Oxidative enzymes in the Leydig Cells of Microchiropteran Bat Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) during the Annual Testicular Cycle. J. Endocrinol. Reprod. 13 (1-2) : 7-12.
  1. Sastry, M.S. and Jaishree Tirpude (2009) Cytological study of amniotic fluid in the Indian leaf nosed bat, Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) at full term pregnancy. The Bioscan. 4 (4) : 587-589.
  1. Sastry, M. S. and Dharna Tembhare (2009) Histochemical Study Of Ovarian Dehydrogenases SDH and Glucose-6-Phosphate during various phases of reproductive cycle in Indian leaf-nosed bat Hipposideros speoris (Schneider). The Bioscan 4(1): 121-134.

 

  1. Sastry, M.S. and Jaishree Tirpude (2009) Cytological study of amniotic fluid in the Indian leaf nosed bat, Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) at full term pregnancy. The Bioscan. 4 (4) : 587-589.
  2. Sastry, M.S. and Sushmita Choudhury (2009) Histochemical Localization of two Oxidative enzymes in the Leydig Cells of Microchiropteran Bat Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) during the Annual Testicular Cycle. J. Endocrinol. Reprod. 13 (1-2) : 7-12.
  1. Jayashree Tirpude, M.S.Sastry and Poonam Verma Shivkumar (2010) Co-relation between the cytological studies of amniotic fluid in the Indian leaf-nosed bat, Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) and Human at full Term Pregnancy: JDMIMSU, 5(2):70-73.

 

  1. Sastry, M.S., S.B.Pillai and Tembhare D. (2010) Histochemical analysis of thecal interstitial gland in the ovaries of the microchiropteran bat, Hipposideros speoris (Schneider) during the reproductive cycle. Endocrinol. Reprod. 2:65-72.
  2. Sastry, M.S., M. Motghare and V. Gotmare (2010) Effect of a chemotherapeutic drug oxaliplatin on accessory reproductive glands in rat Bioscan. Special issue (2) : 323 – 334.
  3. Sastry,M.S. and Z.N.Kashmiri (2011) Sperm structural and motility changes due to an anticancer drug Cyclophosphamide in male squirrel Funambulus pennant (Wroughton). The Bioscan 6(1):19-24.
  4. Sastry,M.S. and Z.N.Kashmiri (2011) Studies on spermatogenic damage in squirrel testis induce by anti-cancer agent Cyclophosphamide. Asian J. Exp. Sci. 25 (2):73-79.
  5. Sastry,M.S. and Z.N.Kashmiri (2011) Toxic study of an oncolytic drug cyclophosphamide on the accessory reproductive glands of male squirrel Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton): Histological approach. Asian J. Biol. Sci. 2(1) 119-123.
  6. Sastry,M.S., Motghare,M.,Gotmare,V. and Dighade, S. (2011) Cytotoxic effects of a chemotherapeutic drug Oxaliplatin on rat testis and plasma testosterone concentration: Int.J.Sci.Nature 2(2) : 359-367.
  7. Sastry,M.S. and Bhatkulkar M. (2011) Variability of haemoglobin concentration during the male and female reproductive cycle of a megachiropteran bat Rousettus leschenaultia (Desmerest). I.J.S.N.2(3):653-658.
  8. Sastry,M.S. and S.S.Gupta (2011) Male reproductive toxicity of DMPA on seminal vesicle of Indian palm squirrel Funambulus pennant. I.J.S.N. 2(4):764-768.
  9. Chaudhary S. and M.S.Sastry (2011) Correlative studies on circulating serum testosterone and reproductive pattern in the male Indian leaf-nosed Bat, Hipposideros speroris (Schneider) The Ecoscan: Special issue 1:81-85.
  10. Chaudhary R.M., M.S.Sastry and Kamdi R.R. (2011) Male reproductive toxicity of Vincristine on  seminal vesicle of Indian Palm squirrel, Funambulus pennant. J. Sci. Info. Special Issue-3: 117-123.
  11. Masram A.S. and Sastry,M.S. (2011) Seasonal variations in some serum enzyme concentrations and its effect on physiology of Indian male frugivorous bat Rousettus leschenaultia (Desmerest). Proceeding of National Conference on Bioresearch, Bioethics and Environment. 144-148.
  12. Sastry,M.S.,Snehal Dighade, Zeenat Kashmiri, Vasundhara Gotmare and Meenakshi Dange (2012) Ocular side effects of some antineoplastic drugs in the male albino rat (Rattus norvegicus):I.J.M.H.S 2(3):42-43.
  13. Sastry, M.S. and Z.N.Kashmiri (2012) Seminal vesicle as a target for the toxic manifestation of cyclophosphamide: histopathological changes and serum testosterone Rom.J.Biol.-Zool 57:89-99.
  14. S.B.Pillai and M.S.Sastry (2012) A mini review of female reproductive asymmetry in microchiropteran bats with a special approach to the leaf-nosed bat, Hipposideros speoris Int.J.Curr.Sci. 4:96-111.
  15. A.S.Masram and M.S.Sastry (2012) Consequences of seasonal changes on serum alkaline phosphatase and lactate dehydrogenase concentration in the Indian male fruit bat Rousettus leschenaulti (Desmerest)  Bionano Frontier 5 (2-I): 91-94.
  16. Sastry,M.S.,and Rekha Gaurkar (2012) Documentation of Heinz bodies in erythrocytes of microchiropterans false vampire bat Megadermalyra lyra (Geoffroy) during the annual cycle. IJMHS 2(5):94-97.
  17. Sastry,M.S., V.V.Gotmare, S.W.Dighade and Z.N.Kashmiri (2013) Cutaneous side effects of some chemotherapeutic agents in the male albino rat (Rattus norvegicus). J.Env.Research and Dev. 7 (2):720-723.
  18. Sastry,M.S.,and R.M.Chaudhary (2012) Effects of an oncostatic drug Etoposide (VP 16-213) on sperm morphology and sperm count of male squirrel Funambulus pennanti (Wroughton) J.Env.Research and Dev.7(2A):869-876.
  19. A.S.Masram and Sastry,M.S., (2012) Consequences of seasonal changes on serum alkaline phosphatase and lactate dehydrogenase concentration in the Indian male fruit bat Rousettus Leschenaulti (Desmerest). Bionano Frontier 5(2-I): 91-94.
  20. Sastry,M.S.,and V.Gotmare (2013) Prostatic stromal hyperplasia after doxorubicin treatment in the Albino rat International J. Scientific Research 2(9):21-22.
  21. Sastry,M.S.,and Z.N.Kashmiri (2013) Autophagocytosis of seminal vesicle epithelium with cyclophosphamide.Int.J.Curr.Sci.7:128-131.
  22. Sastry,M.S.,and S.B.Pillai (2013) Variation in the epithelial cords of the ovaries of a microchiropteran bat, Hipposiderous speoris (Schneider) during reproductive cycle: An enzymic approach. J. Cell and Animal Biol. 7(11);132-137.
  23. Sastry,M.S.,and Snehal Dighade (2014) Hürthle cell carcinoma of the thyroid gland with  oxaliplatin Bionano Frontier 5(2-IV): 82-84.
  24. Masram A.S. and Sastry,M.S., (2013) The influence of season, nutrition and other factors upon the serum total protein concentration in Indian male fruit bat Rousettus  leschenaulti (Desmerest) Ind. Streams Res.J. 1(1): 99-104. 
  25. Sastry,M.S.,and Snehal Dighade (2013) Effect of platinum containing anticancer drugs Cisplatin,carboplatin and Oxaliplatin on behavioral parameters in the male albino rat (Rattus norvegicus). Inter. J. Scientific Res. 2(5):84-86.
  26. Sastry,M.S.,and Rekha Gaurkar (2014) An annual study of stomatocytes :a red cell anomaly in the male and female false vampire bat Megaderma lyra lyra (Geoffroy) J.Envi. Res. & Dev. 8(3): 406-410.
  27. Kashmiri Z.N. and Sastry M.S. (2014) Sperm maturational defect after Cyclophosphamide treatment. I.J.A.B.P.T. 5(2):115-119.
  28.  Sastry M.S. and Gotmare V.V. (2014) Morphometric and histological evaluation of testis following Doxorubicin challenge. G.J.R.A. 3(5):62-68.
  29. Chaudhary RM and Sastry MS (2014) Effect of Vincristine on some biochemical parameters in the male reproductive organs of Indian palm squirrel, Funambulus  pennomti (Wroghton ).  Int. J. Biotechno.  Biosci. 6 :50-55.

 

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    • Das Ganus Zoology for B.Sc-II, Semester-III, Paper-V and VI; Publisher-Mrs. P.P.Kale Das Ganu prakashan; ISBN-978-93-81660-85-0. By Dr.(Mrs.) A.S.Masram, Mrs.Z.N.Kashmiri and Prof. (Mrs.)M. S. Sastry

    Dr. (Mrs.) Vidya V. Baile

                                                                            Contact Information
                                                                            Address: Department of Zoology,
                                                                            Division of Fish and Fisheries,
                                                                            RTM Nagpur University Campus,
                                                                            Nagpur- 440033, India. 
                                                                            Phone: +91- 0712 2040073
                                                                            E-mail-baile.vidya@gmail.com

     

    Biographical Information
    1975: B.Sc. Institute of Science, Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    1977: M.Sc. Institute of Science, (Cell Biology), Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    1985: Ph.D. Faculty of Science, Institute of Science, Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    1987: M.Sc. Department of Zoology, (Fish and Fisheries), Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    Professional Appointments
    1980-83: UGC Junior Research Fellow, Institute of Science, Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    1977-81: Lecturer, Department of Zoology, Institute of Science, Nagpur, India.
    1984-85: Lecturer, Department of Zoology, S.F.S. College, Seminary Hill, Nagpur, India.
    1985-2000: Lecturer, P.G. Department of Zoology, Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    2000-03: Reader, P.G. Department of Zoology, Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    2003-04: Professor, P.G. Department of Zoology, Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    2004-2009: Professor and Ex Head, P.G. Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    10th Nov. 2009-10th Dec. 2009: Head, Department of Home Science, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    7th Dec. 2010- 4th June 2011: Head, Department of Home Science, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    2010-till date: Professor and Ex Head, P.G. Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    2004-09: Member of BOS, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    2004-09: Member of RRC, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.
    2004-06: Member of RRC, Devi Ahhilyabai Hodkar Vishwavidyalaya, Indore University, Indore.
    2005-09: Member of BOS, Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
    2006: Senate Member, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India.

    Total teaching experience 35 years and Research experience 16 years
    Research Projects


    Sr. No.

    Major/Minor

    Title of the Project

    Name of the Funding agency

    Amount sanctioned

    Status

    1.

    Major

    Effect of some pesticides on the olfactory-hypothalamo-hypophysial system of Channa species: An Immunocytochemical Approach

    U.G.C. New Delhi

    Rs.10,28,300/-

    Completed (May 2009- April 2012)

    2.

    Minor

    Animal Biodiversity of Gorewada International Biopark, Nagpur (M.S.)

    Director, Gorewada Project, Government of Maharashtra

    Rs. 1,00,000/-

    Completed (2007-2008)

    3.

    Minor

    Immnuno-cytochemical distribution of Brain-Peptides and their role in pituitary gland activity in Indian Major Carp, Labeo rohita (Ham)

    UGC, New Delhi

    Rs. 30,000/-

    Completed (2002-2004)

    4.

    Minor

    Role of Phytoplankton in Pisciculture

    UGC, New Delhi

    Rs. 10,000/-

    Completed (1995-1997)

    Research Interest
    1. Fish Physiology and Endocrinology.
    2. Neuroanatomy of teleosts olfactory system & brain.
    3. Immunocytochemical distribution and role of various peptides in fish olfactory system and brain.
    4. Fish toxicology.
    5. Enzymes, Proteins and other Metabolites in relation to the reproduction in fish.
    6. Ontogenic studies in fishes and role of enzymes in development.
    Ph.D. Students


    S. No.

    Name of Candidate

    Year

     

    Ph.D. Awarded

    1.

    Mrs. Tara Hunge

    2003

    2.

    Ms. Manisha Mukewar

    2003

    3.

    Mr.Yogesh Bhute

    2005

    4.

    Mr. Javed Khan Pathan

    2005

    5.

    Mr. Gunwant Gadekar

    2007

    6.

    Mr. Arun Chilke

    2007

    7.

    Mr. DVNS Suresh

    2007

    8.

    Mrs. Vasudha Pradhan

    2010

    9.

    Mr. Suresh Masram

    2010

    10.

    Ms. Kavita Ingole

    2011

    11.

    Ms. Sweta Vaidya

    2011

    12.

    Mrs. Uma Sonparote

    2011

    13.

    Ms. Kanchan Khaparde

    2012

    14.

    Ms. Pinky Sonarghare

    2012

    15.

    Ms. Bharti Shrinivas

    2012

    16.

    Mr. Pratap Patle

    2014

     

    Thesis Submitted

    1.

    Mr. Sameer Phale

    2009

     

    Working

     

    1.

    Mr. R. S. Bagde

    2006

    2.

    Mr. Chandramani Sahare

    2007

    3.

    Mr. Kishor Waghmare

    2010

    4.

    Mr. Nilesh D. Gorghate

    2011

    5.

    Mr. Dilip Meshram

    2012

    M.Phil. Students: 06


    S.No.

    Name of Candidate

    Year

    1.

    Ms. Indira N. Raut

    2008

    2.

    Ms. Seema Seikh

    2008

    3.

    Mr. Sameer R. Phale

    2009

    4.

    Ms. Vishakha S. Kasture

    2009

    5.

    Mr. Pratap J. Patle

    2010

    6.

    Ms. Yogita Meshram

    2010

    Honours/Awards/Prizes received
    1) Awarded Smt. Snehlata Banergee Medal (2007) from Academy of Environmental Biology, Lucknow for Best Published Research Paper in Journal of Ecophysiology and Occupational Health.
    2) Best paper award from the organizers: Indian Academy of Neurosciences (IAN 2007).
    3) Awarded a momento on the occassion of  ‘International Women’s Day’ at the hands of Dy Commissioner, Nagpur Div. by Maharashtra Kamgar Kalyan Mandal (8th May 2008).
    4) Awarded “FELLOW of National Environmentalist Association” (2008).
    5) Has ‘Catla catla scar marker genomic sequence’ Accession No. = [FJ752024] to my credit alongwith my students. (March 2009)
    6) Presented a paper in National conference on “Life Sciences with special reference to Environmental Biotechnology & Biodiversity” and 4th Annual Session of Association of Zoologists, India & 3rd Annual Session of ZOOPASTA and won 1st prize (Best paper presentation Award) Feb 2010.

    Number of national/International conferences/Workshop attended- 50
    Examiner for Ph.D. thesis of various Universities: Aurangabad, Gulbarga, Warangal, Gorakhpur, Bangalore and Indore

    Life member of various scientific organizations viz:
    1) Indian Society of Fisheries Professionals, Mumbai.
    2) National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi.
    3) Indian Society for Comparative Endocrinology, Varanasi.
    4) The Academy of Environmental Biology, Lucknow.
    5) Indian Academy of Neurosciences, Lucknow.
    6) Indian Society for Comparative Animal Physiology, Tipupati.
    Publications
    Masram SC and Baile VV (2014). Ultrastructure of the olfactory organ in the striped snakehead, Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch). International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences. 5(3): (B) 955-964.
    Patle PJ and Baile VV (2014). Olfactory Sensory Neuron Morphotypes in the Featherback Fish, Notopterus notopterus (Osteoglossiformes: Notopteridae). Annals of Neurosciences. 21(2): 51-56.
    Patle PJ and Baile VV (2014). Morphology, Morphometry and Neuroanatomy of the Olfactory Epithelium and the Olfactory Bulb of a Featherback Fish, Notopterus notopterus. International Journal of Life sciences. 2(1): 1-12.

    Masram SC, Sonparote  UR, Sonarghare PC, Khaparde KP and Baile VV (2013). Histoarchitecture of olfactory rosette of  Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch). Indian Streams Research Journal. 1: 76-78.
    Sonparote UR, Baile VV, Masram SC, Sonarghare PC and Khaparde KP (2013).Study of variation of hepatic β- glucuronidase in the reproductive cycle of  Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch).Indian Streams Research Journal. 1: 86-89.
    Sonarghare PC, Raghukumar V, Sonparote UR, Masram SC, Khaparde KP and      Baile VV (2013).Pathological investigations  of Indian major carp,  Labeo rohita (Ham.) following bacterial infection. Indian Streams Research Journal. 1: 52-56.
    Khaparde KP, Masram  SC, Sonarghare PC, Sonparote UR and Baile VV (2013). Seasonal histochemical changes in the ovary of Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch). Indian Streams Research Journal  1:  35- 38.
    Baile  VV, Masram SC and Sahare CP (2013). Avian diversity in proposed Gorewada International Biopark. Indian Streams Research Journal. 1: 1-5.
    Masram SC, Baile VV, Sonparote UR, Khaparde KP and Sonarghare PC (2012).Castration and Testosterone replacement  induced  changes in NPY immunoreactivity in the Neuronal groups of olfactory bulb and forebrain of Heteropneustes fossilis(Bloch). Bionano Frontier. 5: 115-120.
    Sonarghare PC, Baile VV, Raghukumar V, Sonparote UR, Masram SC and Khaparde KP (2012). Microbial flora from  infected murrel  Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch) in Nagpur region. Bionano Frontier. 5: 27-29.
    Sonparote UR, Baile VV, Masram SC, Sonarghare PC and Khaparde KP (2012). Seasonal variation of β- glucuronidase in the reproductive cycle of  Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch). Bionano Frontier. 5:153-154.
    Khaparde KP, Baile VV, Masram SC , Sonarghare PC and Sonparote UR (2012). Functional significance of olfactory cells of snakehead Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch). Bionano Frontier. 5: 145-148.
    Pradhan VP, Puranik PG and Baile VV (2012). Phytoplankton as indicator of pollution in a freshwater lake. Bionano Frontier. 5(2-I): 87-90.
    Pradhan VP, Puranik PG and Baile VV (2011). Assesment of pollution load on a freshwater lake with special emphasis on certain physiochemical parameters. Biosci. Biotech. Res. Communication. 4 (2): 238-243.

    Baile VV and Patle PJ (2011). Cytoarchitectonic study of the brain of a dwarf snakehead, Channa gachua (Ham.). I. The telencephalon. Fish Physiol Biochem. 37(4): 993-1004.

    Phale SR and Baile VV (2011). Development and application of species specific RAPD-Carp marker for the identification of Indian Major Carp, Catla catla (Cyprinidae).International Journal of Biotechnology and Bioengineering Research. 2(1),119-126.

    Pathan JGK and Baile VV (2010). Carbohydrate changes correlated with the reproductive cycle in the male Tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters). Journal of Ecophysiology and Occupational Health. 9, 17-21.

    Phale SR, Chauhan S, Bhute YV and Baile VV (2009).Detection of Genetic Variation in the wild population of Indian Major carps using random amplified polymorphic DNA fingerprinting. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science. 4(1):63-70.
    Suresh DVNS, Baile VV and Prasad Rao PD (2008). Annual reproductive phase – related profile of sex steroid and their carrier SHBG in the Indian Major Carp, Labeo rohita.Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 159, 143-149.
    Baile VV, Raut IN and Bhute YV (2008). Organization of olfactory system, forebrain and pituitary gland of a teleosts, Notopterus notopterus. Annals Neurosci. 15:43-50.
    Bhute YV, Masram SC, Raut IN and Baile VV (2007). Cytoarchitectonic pattern of the olfactory system, Forebrain and Pituitary gland of the Indian Major Carp, Labeo rohita. Annals of Neuroscience. Vol.14, 30-36.
    Bhute YV and Baile VV (2006). Electrophoretic pattern of proteins in the olfactory organs related to testicular cycle of the Indian Major Carp, Labeo rohita, (Ham.).Trends in life Sci. 21(1): 1-10.
    Bhute YV and Baile VV (2006). Organisation of the Olfactory system of the Indian major carp, Labeo rohita(Ham.): Scanning and transmission electron microscopy study. J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. (43)3: 286-292.
    Pathan JGK and Baile VV (2006). Carbohydrates and Cholesterol in relation to the ovarian development of tilapia, O. mossambicus (Peters).  . Indofish. Baile, V.V. and Pathan, JGK.(2006). Variations in protein related to the ovarian cycle in tilapia O. mossambicus (Peters). Journal of Ecophysiology and Occupational Health. 6: 1-9.
    Pathan JGK and Baile VV (2005). Protein variations in relation to the reproductive cycle in male Tilapia, O. mossambicus (Peters). Nat. J. Life Sci. 2(1).
    Mukewar M and Baile VV (2004). Biological effect of electric fields on spleen and liver of rat. J. Bioelectromag. Medi.10: 2-16.
    Hunge TR and Baile VV (2004). Changes in biochemical composition of muscles in relation to testicular cycle of H. fossilis (Bloch.), J. Comp. Toxicol. Physiol. 1(III & IV): 195-201.
    Hunge TR and Baile VV (2003). Annual variation in the protein, glycogen and cholesterol in liver and testis of the catfish H. fossilis (Blotch), Trends of life sciences. 18(1): 12-16.
    Mukewar M and Baile VV (2003). Effect of Electric fields on the blood of rat Sprague dauley. J. Bioelectromag.Medi. 8: 1-9.
    Baile VV (1997). Studies on the Mucins of some vertebrate oesophagii.Trends of life sciences. 12(1): 22-26.
    Baile VV  and Kolhatkar SS (1992). Histopathology of the intestine of Clarias batrachus (Linn.) exposed to Cadmium chloride. Trends of life sciences. 7(1): 15-20.
    Baile VV and Kadu MR (1992). Toxicity of Cadmium chloride on the ovary of the Catfish Clarias batrachus (Linn.). Ind. J Comp. Anim. Physiol. 10(1): 7-11.
    Baile VV and Oberai S (1991). Comparative Histopathology of Methyl parathion and Endosulphan treated liver of the catfish Clarias batrachus (Linn.). Him. J. Env. Zoo. 5: 23-28.

     

    Text Box:  Dr.Arun G. Jadhao, M.Sc., Ph.D., (AvH Fellow Germany)
    Professor

    Contact Information:
    Department of Zoology
    RTM Nagpur University
    MJFE Campus, Amaravati Road
    Nagpur – 440 033 (M.S.)
    India
    Contact No: +91- (0) 9890130451, +91-(0) 9405139298
    E-mail: agj213@hotmail.com                                      

    Biographical information:
    B.Sc. (Biology)   Nagpur University, Nagpur, India                              1982      
    M.Sc. (Zoology)                Nagpur University, Nagpur, India                              1985      
    Ph.D. (Zoology) Nagpur University, Nagpur, India                              1990      
    German language            Goethe Institute Göttingen, Germany                   1994      

    Professional details:
    Professor                            Dept. of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, India                 2009-till date
    Reader                                 Dept. of Zoology, Pune University, India                               2005- 2009 
    Scientist IV (2), CFTRI, Govt. India, Mysore, India                                              Feb.-Dec., 2000
    Various assignments      (AvH fellow, Scientists etc.) in Germany                                1994- 2004
    General Manager       NCDC, Govt. of India, India                                                         1993 - 1994

    Experience: 

    Teaching:            06 years
    Research:            20 years

    Research Interests: Neurobiology, Neuroendocrinology, Fish Reproduction

    Research Guidance:      

    • 8 M. Sc. project students,
    • 2 Ph.D. students currently working.

    Research projects:

    • Calcium-binding proteins in the brain and pituitary of Indian major carps. DST, New Delhi 2007-10 (Rs. 22.20 Lakhs) completed.
    • Nitric oxide (NO) in the CNS of Indian major carp, Labeo rohita during development UGC major research 2007-10 (Rs. 8.64 lakhs) completed.  

    Fellowships/Awards/Honors:

    • Fellow, Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Foundation, Germany.
    • Fellow, German Science Foundation, Germany.
    • Senior Research Fellow (CSIR), Govt. of India.
    • Research Fellow, Maharashtra State Council of Science and Technology Cell,

    Department of Education and Employment, Govt. of Maharashtra, India.

    • Inclusion of biography in the directory of “Who's Who in Science and Engineering” for the year 2010-2011. Published by Marquis Who's Who, USA.

    Membership of scientific societies:       
    National societies:

    • Joint secretary, Indian Society for Comparative Endocrinology (ISCE), 2007-present.
    • Life member, Indian Society of Comparative Endocrinologists (ISCE).
    • Member, Association of Aquaculturists of India, Bhubaneshwar (1991 - present).
    • Member, Zoology Association, Dept. of Zoology, Nagpur University, (1985 - 1992).
    • Member, Zoology Association, Dept. of Zoology, University of Pune (2005 - present).
    • Member, Zoology Association, Dept. of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University (2009 - present).

    International societies:

    • Life member, Asia and Oceania Society for Comparative Endocrinology (AOSCE).
    • Member, European Society for Comparative Endocrinologists (ESCE) (1989 - present).
    • Life member, International Federation of Comparative Endocrinology Society (IFCES).
    • Member, Asian Fisheries Society (AFS).
    • Member, International Society of Developmental Neuroscience (ISDN).
    • Member of the Advisory Committee of International Association of Stress Physiology (IASP),( Life member)

    List of selected recent publications:
    (in peer-reviewed international journals with high impact factors):
    1. Palande, N. V., S. Biswas and A.G. Jadhao (2011) The ontogeny of  Mauthner cells in the brain of Labeo rohita as revealed by NADPH-d and NOS immunohistochemistry. Brain Str. Func. 216: 67-75.  (Impact factor = 4.98).
    2. Biswas, S., N. V. Palande, and A.G. Jadhao (2011) Inhibition of the extra-cellular calcium ions induced melanophore aggregation by nitric oxide in snakehead teleost fish, Channa punctatus. Fish Physiol Biochem.37 (4): 919-927. (Impact factor = 1.8)
    3. Jadhao A.G., N.V. Palande (2008) NADPH-diaphorase expression in the Mauthner cells during post-embryonic development of the teleost fish, Labeo rohita. Int. J. Devl. Neuroscience 26(8): 857. (Impact factor = 2.6)
    4. Jadhao, A.G. and C. R. Malz (2007) Localization of calcium-binding protein (calretinin, 29kD) in the brain and pituitary gland of teleost fish: An immunohistochemical study. Neurosci. Res. 59:265-276. (Impact factor = 2.4)
    5. Jadhao, A.G. (2005) Elements of molecular neurobiology, C. U. M. Smith, Publisher, John Wiley & Sons Ltd. England, 2002, Third edition, pp, 613, Price GB £ 39.95, ISBN 0-471560383. J. Chem. Neuroanat. 29: 81-82. (Impact factor = 2.5)
    6. Jadhao, A. G. and C. R. Malz (2004) Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH)-diaphorase activity in the brain of a cichlid fish, with remarkable findings in the entopeduncular nucleus: A histochemical study J. Chem. Neuroanat.27: 75-86. (Impact factor = 2.5)
    7. Jadhao, A.G. and C. R. Malz (2003) Localization of NOS-I isoform in the diencephalon and pituitary gland of the catfish, Synodontis multipunctatus: An Immunocytochemical Study. Gen.Comp. Endocrinol. 132(2): 278-283. (Impact factor = 2.8)
    8. Jadhao, A. G. and C. R. Malz (2003) NADPH-diaphorase in the brain of the African cichlid fish, Haplochromis burtoni. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 82 Suppl. 53, 39. (Impact factor = 3.5)

    9. Jadhao, A. G. and C. R.  Malz (2002) Distribution of calretinin immunoreactivity in the brain and pituitary gland of the hardhead catfish, Arius felis. Ann. Anat. 185 Suppl., 19. (Impact factor = 1.6)

    10. Jadhao, A.G., B. D´Aniello, C.R. Malz, C. Pinelli and D.L. Meyer (2001) Intra-sexual and inter-sexual dimorphisms of the red salmon prosencephalon. Cell Tissue Res. 304(1):121-140. (Impact factor = 2.8)
    11. Jadhao, A.G. (2001) Localization of molluscan cardioexcitatory tetrapeptide immunoreactivity in the brain of African Cichlid fish, Haplochromis burtoni. Neurosci. Lett.303(2):103-106.
                (Impact factor = 2.2)
    12. Jadhao, A.G. and C. Pinelli (2001) Galanin-like Immunoreactivity in the brain and pituitary gland of the ‘four-eyed’ fish, Anableps anableps. Cell Tissue Res. 306(2):309-318. (Impact factor = 2.8)
    13. Jadhao, A. G. and D.L. Meyer (2000) Sexually dimorphic distribution of galanin in the preoptic area of red salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka. Cell Tissue Res. 302(2):199-203. (Impact factor = 2.8)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Dr. Suresh Zade
    Professor
    Contact Information
            Post Graduate Teaching Department of Zoology,
              Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University,
          Mahatma Fuley Educational Campus,
         Amravati Road,Nagpur 440033 M.S.
    Address: 27, Swami Swarupanand Society,
                             Narendra Nagar, Nagpur-440015 (M.S) India
    E-mail : profsbzade@rediffmail.com


    Mobile :- 09423403250
    • Biographical Information
    • 1983 : B.Sc., Nagpur University, Nagpur with subject Zoology, Chemistry, Micro-Biology
    • 1985 : M.Sc., (Zoology) Amravati University, Amravati with specialization Animal Physiology
    • 1986 : M.Phil., Post Graduate Teaching Department of Zoology, Nagpur University, Nagpur
    • 1998 : Ph.D., Post Graduate Teaching Department of Zoology, Nagpur University, Nagpur
    • Professional Appointments
    • 1986-1991 : Lecturer in Zoology, J. M. Patel College, Bhandara.
    • 1991-2009 : Reader and Head Deptt. of Zoology (UG and PG), M. B. Patel College, Sakoli, Dist. Bhandara.

     

    • 1997-2009 : Coordinator Deptt. of Sericulture (UG and PG), M. B. Patel College, Sakoli, Dist. Bhandara.
    • 2009 – Till Date Post Graduate Teaching Department of Zoology,  R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur

     

    • Experience
    • Teaching – 24 Yrs ,    Administrative – 18 Yrs ,      Research – 12 Yrs.

     

     

     

    • Research Interest
    • Animal physiology
    •  Environmental Biology and
    • Toxicology
    • Recognized Guide 
    • In  Zoology, Sericulture and Environmental Science
    • Research Guidance
    • No. of M. Phil Students Supervised              : 03
    • No. of Students registered for Ph.D.            : 08
    • No. of Students submitted Ph.D. thesis        : 02
    • No. of students awarded Ph.D. Degree        : 07

     

    • Editorship of Journals
    • Associate Editor of “Environment Conservation Journal” (An International Journal Devoted to Conservation of Environment) published from Haridwar, Uttarakhand (India) since   2006.
    • Member of an Advisory committee of an International Journal of Applied and Natural Science. Published from Haridwar, Uttarakhand (India) since 2008.
    • Member of an Editorial Board of “Paryavaran Vidnyan Patrika” published from Usmanabad, M.S. (India) since 2006.
    • Member of Review Panel of ESSENCE – International Journal of Environmental Rehabilitation and Conservation and Initiation of MANU (International Council for Man and Nature) since 2009.
    • Member of Advisory Committee of Indian Association of Aquatic Biologist (IAAB) News Letter, Hyderabad (India) since 2009
    • Member of an Advisory/ Editorial Board of peer reviewed Journal “BIONANO FRONTIER” Journal published by International Society of Science & Technology, Mumbai, India since 2010
    • PROJECTS
    • Completed project under Vocational Education Programme in Sericulture sponsored by U.G.C. New Delhi with financial assistance of Rs. 19 lakhs (1997 – 2002).
    • Ongoing - Major Research Project in Zoology sponsored by UGC New Delhi with financial assistance of Rs. 4 lakh 80 thousand (2010-2013). vide letter No. F.37-328/2009(SR)
    • FELLOWSHIPS / AWARDS / HONOURS
    • Awarded “King Edward Memorial Scholarship” for Post Graduate Studies in Zoology in 1986.
    • Awarded Fellow of Action for Sustainable Efficacious Development and Awareness (FASEA), Rishikesh, India with gold medal in 2007.
    • Awarded Fellow of Indian Association of Aquatic Biologists (FIAAB), Hyderabad (A.P) India in 2009.
    • Awarded Fellow of International Consortium of Contemporary Biologists (FICCB), Ranchi (Jharkhand) India in 2009.
    • Awarded Fellow of International Council for Man and Nature (MANU) in 2010.
    • Conferred Senior Scientist Gold Medal Award – 2010 by Academic council of International Consortium of Contemporary Biologist and the Board of Trustees of Madhavi Shyam Educational Trust (ICCB-MSET) at Ranchi (Jharkhand).

     

    • Publications

    Research Papers (26)

        • Zade S. B. and Puranik P. G. : Studies on efficacy of silkworm pupae as a feed ingradient in growth enhancement of Catla catla (Ham.) : In Proc.5th Anunal Post Graduate Conference at Deptt. of Zoology, Kenyatta University, Nairobi (Kenya) , Aug.4-7, 1997.
        • Zade S. B. and Puranik P. G. : Evaluation of growth performance of Labeo rohita fed with supplementary diet of dried Eichhornia crassipes leaf powder. In Proc. National Seminar on Recent Advances in Animal Sciences. Feb. 12-13. 1999. Deptt. of Zoology, Kakatiya University, Warangal, A.P. 146-154.
        • Zade S. B. and Puranik P. G. : Role of Soyabean flour in growth enhancement of Cirrhinus mrigala (Ham.) J. Aquatic Biology, Vol.15 ( 1& 2) 2000, 130-132.
        • Sitre S.R., Zade S. B. and Tijare R.V. :Limnological studies of a freshwater urban lake at Nagpur affected by anthropogenic activities J.Comp. Toxicol Physiol. Vol. 3 (I-IV) 126-129 (2006).
        • Zade S.B.and Sitre S. R. :Water quality assessment of a polluted urban lake with respect to zooplankton, Environment Conservation Journal 8(3) 67-71, 2007.
        • Ramteke D. D., Zade S. B. and Khune C. J. :Investigation of ethnomedicinal properties of Mutela occidentales used by trible peoples of Bhandara District Vidarbha region, Maharashtra, India,  Environment Conservation Journal 8(3) 73-74, 2007.
        • Kulkarni R. R., Zade S.B. and Patharde S.B. : A preliminary study of zooplankton diversity of Ramala lake distrct Chandrapur, Maharashtra, Environment Conservation Journal 8(3) 87-90, 2007.
        • Kulkarni R. R., Zade S.B. and Patharde S.B. : Study of some physicochemical characteristics of urban lake Ramala dist. Chandrapur J.Comp.Toxicol.Physiol. Vol. 4(I-IV), 127-135,(2007).
        • Ramteke D.D., Dongarwar N., Zade S.B. and Khune C. J. :Conservation practices and utilization strategies of medicinal plants in Bhandara District of VIdarbha region, Environment Conservation Journal, 8(3) : 63-65, 2007.
        • Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N. R., Zade S.B., Khune C. J., and Lonkar A. N. :  Studies on physico-chemical and biological parameters of Chorgaon lake distt. Chandrapur, India , Environment Conservation Journal, 9 (1& 2) , 7-11, 2008.
        • Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N. R., Zade S.B. and Charde P. N. :Status of water quality of Masala lake Durgapur dist. Chandrapur (M.S.) Environment Conservation Journal 9 (1&2), 23-26, 2008.
        • Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N. R., Zade S.B., and Lonkar A. N : Quantitative analysis of phytoplankton and zooplankton of Masala lake, Masala, Distt. Chandrapur, Maharashtra. Environment Conservation Journal 9(1 &2), 37-40.2008.
        • Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N. R., Zade S.B. : Water quality assessment of Neri nala at Durgapur, Distt. Chandrapur of Maharashtra, Environment Conservation Journal 9 (1&2) 49-53, 2008.
        • Ramteke D.D., Dongarwar N., Zade S.B. and Khune C. J. :Intellectual property rights and medicinal plant biodiversity conservation: An approach to serve society in sustainable way, Multifacial Application of Drug Plants (2008), Daya Publishing House, 211-213.
        • Khinchi P.J., Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N.R., and Zade S.B.: Study on macophytes in Ramala Lake, Dist. Chandrapur (M.S.). Environment Conservation Journal 9(3) 37-39, 2008.
        • Khinchi P.J., Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N.R., and Zade S.B.: Rotifer diversity in Ramala lake, Dist. Chandrapur (Maharashtra).  Environment Conservation Journal 9(3) 53-55, 2008.
        • Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N. R., Khinchi P. J. and Zade S.B. : Zooplankton diversity of Tadoba Lake, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) Dist.Chandrapur (M.S.). Environment Conservation Journal 9(3) 65-68, 2008.
        • Rohankar L.H., Dahegaonkar N. R., Telkhade P.M., Khinchi P.J., Lonkar A.N. and Zade S.B.:Water quality status of Dharampuri ward lake, Aheri, Distt.Gadchiroli (M.S) Environment Conservation Journal 10(1&2) 57-62, 2009.
        • Zade S.B., Sitre S. R. and Tijare R.V.:Occurrence of zooplankton in a perennial freshwater reservoir of Wadgon Dam during monsoon season at Nagpur District Environment Conservation Journal 10(1&2), 81-83, 2009.
        • Telkhade P.M., Dahegaonkar N. R., Khinchi P.J., Rohankar L.H., and Zade S.B. : Seasonal variation in phytoplankton of Tadoba Lake, Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve (TATR), Distt. Chandrapur (M.S.), India.Journal of Applied and Natural Science Vol.1 (2)170-172, 2009. 
        • Fule U.W., Nimghare S.S., Telkhade P.M., Zade S.B. and Dahegaonkar N. R. :Preliminary study on zooplankton diversity in Nal-Damyanti (Simbhora) Dam Morshi, Amravati. Environment Conservation Journal 10(3) 41-44, 2009.
        • Khinchi P.J., Dahegaonkar N. R., Telkhade P.M., Zade S.B. and Rohankar L.H. :Avifauna diversity of Junona lake Dist. Chandrapur (Maharashtra). Environmental Conservation Journal 10(3) 53-55, 2009.
        • Gandhewar S.S., Vasudevan K. and Zade S.B. :Effect of textile effluent on chemical characteristics of Wunna river of Wardha Dist. (M.S.). Environment Conservation Journal 10 (1&2) 99-102. 2009.
        • Gandhewar S.S., Vasudevan K. and Zade S.B.: Impact of fabric dyeing effluents on the physical parameters of Wunna river in Wardha Dist. Of Maharashtra. Environment Conservation Journal 10 (1&2) 113-116, 2009.
        • Zade S.B., Sitre S. R., Satyanarayana S. and Gandhewar S. S.: Toxicity testing of industrial effluent through freshwater fish Lebistes reticulates (Peters). International Journal of Environmental Rehabilitation and Conservation 1(1) 17-23, 2010
        • Deshpande A.S., Zade S.B., and  Sitre S. R.:  HIstopathological study of Catla catla in a polluted Koradi lake, Nagpur,(M.S). India. Indian Journal of Invertebrate Zoology and Aquatic Biology 6 (2) 38-44, 2010

    Books (02)

          • “A Text Book of Environmental Studies”

               (As per UGC Syllabus), Published by Allied Publishers, New Delhi (2008).

            • “Principles of Aquaculture” , Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai (2010).

             

             1. Biodata                                                                                            
                 Name:                           Dr. Deepak  Dewaji  Barsagade                           
                   Date of Birth:                1st February, 1962                                                  
                  Institution:                    Department of Zoology,
                                                  Mahatma Jyotiba Fule
                                                  Educational Campus,
                                                  Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj
                                                  Nagpur University,
                                                  Amravati Road, Nagpur- 440033
             Academic career:         M. Sc. (Zoology Sp-Entomology) 1988
                                                  P.G. Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur
                                                  M. Phil. (Entomology) 1989
                                                  P.G. Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur
                                                  Ph. D. (Entomology) 1998
                    P.G. Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur
             Professional career:      Sr. Lecturer, J. M. Patel College Bhandara since 1988 to 2003.
                                                Associate Professor, P.G. Department of Zoology,
                                                RTM Nagpur University Nagpur since, 2003 to 2013.
                                                Professor, P.G. Department of Zoology,
                                                RTM Nagpur University Nagpur since, 2013

            2. List of ongoing projects:         Nil

             

             

            3.  List of completed projects:

            S.N.

            Project Title

            Start date

            Completion date

            Project Cost

            Sponsoring organization

            1.

            Ultrastructure of silk gland and silk protein biosynthesis of tasar silk worm  Antheraea mylitta eco-race Bhandara

            1st June 2009

            October 2012

            7,58,800/-

            University Grant Commission,
             New Delhi

            2.

            Conservation and biology of tropical tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta eco-race Bhandara an endemic species in Vidarbha

            1st  Sep 2009

            August 2013

            15,11,800/-

            Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission, (RGSTC), Gov. of Maharashtra, Mumbai

            4. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
             1.  Barsagade D D and Kelwadkar K M and Kadwey M N (2009). Biochemical changes in the midgut during metamorphosis in Apis cerana indica, Halters 1(1) 72-79.
            2.   Deepak Dewaji Barsagade, Sushama Dilip Pankule and Dnyaneshwar  Bapuji Tembhare (2009). Impact of fungus on egg shell of the Tropical tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (D): An Ultrastructure Approach International Journal of Industrial Entomology 18 (2)77-82.
            3.   Deepak D. Barsagade, Dnyaneshwar  B. Tembhare and  Seema G. Kadu (2010). SEM         structure   of mandibular   sensilla in the carpenter ant Camponotus compressus (Fabricius)  (Formicidae:Hymenoptera) Halters (1): 2   53-57.
            4.   Deepak Dewaji Barsagade and Mangala Nimbaji Kadway (2010). Ultrastructural changes in midgut of CPV infected tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (D) (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)  International Journal of Industrial Entomology  21(1)117-125.
            5.   Seema G. Kadu, D.B.Tembhare and D. D. Barsagade (2010). Efficacy of botanical extracts against  the household pest, carpenter ant Camponotus compressus (Fabricius) J. Soil and Crops 20(2) 314-317.
            6.   D. D Barsagade, M.N. Kadwey, S.A. Gharde, M.P. Thakare, H.M. Meshram, and  G.B. Gathalkar (2011). Biology and effects of environment factors and pathogens on the vanya  tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (D). eco-race Bhandara Pro. Nat. Con. Enviro. Bio. and Biodiver. 162-169.
            7.  Barsagade D. D., Rathee, S. D. and Tembhare D. B. (2011). Structure   of cephalic neuroendocrine  and immunocytochemical localizationof neurohormone FMRFamide and neuropeptide-Y  (NP-Y) in the cerebral neurosecretory cell in  the tropical tasar silkworm,  Antheraea mylitta(D). In Application of biotechnology in sericulture 189-202.
            8.   D. D. Barsagade and V. J. Badwaik (2011). Surface ultrastructural studies on egg shell of Leptocoris augur (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Rhophalidae) Proceding of National Conference on Bioresearch, Bioethics and Environment. 135-138.
            9. Barsagade D.D. and Badwaik V. J. (2011). The Metamorphic Changes During Post    Embryonic Develomentand Ultrastructure of Antennae in Red Eye Bug, Leptocoris augur (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) International Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment 1(2). 104-110.
            10. D.D Barsagade, M.N. Kadwey and P. D. Tumane (2011). Pathophysiological effects of   Staphylococcus aureus on the larvae of Tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta Drury. Journal of Sericulture & Technology 2(2). X-X.
            11. D.D Barsagade, M.P. Thakare, H.M. Meshram, G.B. Gathalkar, S.A. Gharde and R. P. Thakare (2012). Vanya Tasar Silkworm, Antheraea Mylitta Eco-Race Bhandara, The Local Race And Its Conservation Strategy (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae), Journal of Science Information/ Special Issue -3, 17-23.
            12. Barsagade D. D. and Gharade S. A. (2012). Ultrastructural study on male external genitalia of the weaver ant Oecophylla smaragdina (Fabricius: Formicidae) International Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment 2(2). 164-166.
            13. D. D. Barsagade, A. M. Khurad and M. B. Madankar (2012). Effect of Various Photoperiods in Larval Development of Eri Silkworm Philosamia ricini (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). Bionano Frontier / Special Issue 5 (I) 75-79.
            14. DEEPAK D. BARSAGADE, DYANESHWAR B. TEMBHARE AND SEEMA G. KADU (2013). Microscopic structure of antennal sensilla in the carpenter ant Camponotus compressus (Fabricius) (Formicidae: Hymenoptera), ASIAN MYRMECOLOGY 5, 113-120.
            15. D. D. Barsagade, A. M. Khurad and M. V. Chamat (2013). Microscopic Structure of Mouth Parts Sensillae in the Fifth Instar Larvae of Eri Silkworm, Philosamia ricini (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies Vol. 1 No. 3 15-21.
            16. Deepak Dewaji Barsagade, Arun Marotrao Khurad, Mina Vijay Chamat, Hemraj Madhukar  Meshram, Manoj Prabhu Thakre, Shruti Arvind Gharade,  Ganesh Bhagwat Gathalkar and Rani Pramodrao Thakre (2013). Surface Ultra-structure of Antennal Sensilla in the Eri Silkmoth Philosamia Ricini. International Journal of Industrial Entomology. - Submitted.

            5. Maximum of 5 research publications with highest Impact factor/ Citation index
            1. Deepak Dewaji Barsagade, Sushama Dilip Pankule and Dnyaneshwar  Bapuji Tembhare      (2009). Impact of fungus on egg shell of the Tropical tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (D): An Ultrastructure Approach International Journal of Industrial Entomology. 18 (2)77-82. Impact factor- 1
             2. Deepak Dewaji Barsagade and Mangala Nimbaji Kadway (2010). Ultrastructural changes in midgut of CPV infected tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (D) (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)  International Journal of Industrial Entomology  21(1)117-125. Impact factor- 1
            3.  Barsagade D.D. and Badwaik V. J. (2011). The Metamorphic Changes During Post    Embryonic Develomentand Ultrastructure of Antennae in Red Eye Bug, Leptocoris augur (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) International Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment 1(2). 104-110. Impact factor- 0.4
            4.  Barsagade D. D. and Gharade S. A. (2012). Ultrastructural study on male external genitalia of the weaver ant Oecophylla smaragdina (Fabricius: Formicidae) International Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment 2(2). 164-166. Impact factor- 0.4
            5.  DEEPAK D. BARSAGADE, DYANESHWAR B. TEMBHARE AND SEEMA G. KADU (2013). Microscopic structure of antennal sensilla in the carpenter ant Camponotus compressus (Fabricius) (Formicidae: Hymenoptera), ASIAN MYRMECOLOGY 5, 113-120. Impact factor- 0.6

             

            6. Consultancy:   Nil

            7. Awards/ Recognitions
                 Best Citizen of India 2011 by International Publishing House, India.

             

            8. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshop etc. organized by the department
            1. Organized 1 workshop for SC/ST and OBC student development as In Charge of Equal Opportunity Cell, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur.
            9. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshop etc. attended by the faculty of the department
                 Seminars Attended
            1.    National Seminar on Comparative Reproductive Physiology and Biotechnology (NS-CRPB)    at Department of Zoology, Shri Mathuradash Mohota College of Science, Nagpur on 15-16th  January, 2010.
            2.    State level Seminar on New Horizons in Biological System and Biotechnology at Nagpur on 18th February, 2010.
            3.   National Seminar on Forests for people, Department of Forest, Government of Maharashtra on 28-29th Dec. 2011.
            4.  National Seminar on Biofertilizers, Integrated Pest Management, Biopesticides and Water Management for Crops on 31st Mar 2012.
                 Conferences Attended
                 International:
            1.   2nd International Conference on Bio-wealth Management for Sustainable Livelihood     (IBMCL) at Ranchi, Jharkhand, on 20-22nd November, 2009.
            2.   7th International Congress of Hymenopterans at Koszeg Hungary, on 22-26 June 2010.
            3.  3rd Asian Lepidoptera Conservation Symposium and Training Programme at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu on 25-29 October 2010.
            4. 3rd International Conference on “Bio-resource Development & Natural Resource Management for Community Upliftment (ICBRD & NRMCU)” 13th-15th Dec 2010.
            5.  International Conference on Chemistry for Mankind Innovative Ideas in Life Sciences, Department of Chemistry RTM Nagpur University Nagpur and Institute of Science Nagpur  Deptt. of Chemistry and Biotechnology SFS College  Nagpur 9th-11th  Feb 2011.
            6. International conference on Entomology, Punjabi University, Patiala Punjab, 17-19 February 2012.
            7.   IInd World Congress for Man & Nature, Global Change: Impact on Biodiversity, Culture & Technology, Sevadal Mahila Mahavidyalaya on 3rd to 5th Nov 2012.
            8. 7th International Conference on Wild Silkmoth and Silk Southeast Asian Silk at Mahasakham University, Maha Sarakham, Thailand on 22nd -24th Nov 2012.
                 
                  National:
            1.  National Symposium on Comparative Endocrinology and Reproductive Physiology: Current Advances at Mumbai (MS) on 17-19th December, 2009.
            2.    Capacity Building Programme at Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj nagpur University
                   Nagpur on 10-11th January 2010.
            3.   National Symposium on Invertebrate for Biomonitoring ecosystem health at Hislop college,    Nagpur on 17-18 January 2011.          
            4.  National conference on Recent Advances in Environmental Biology and Biodiversity At Karanja on 3-4 February 2011.
            5.  International Year of Chemistry 2010-2011, Vidya Bharati Shaikshanik Mandal, Amravati  and S.S.S.K.R. Innani Mahavidyalaya,Karanja (Lad),Dist: Washim, 23rd Sept 2011.
            6.  National Conference on Bioresearch, Bioethics and Environment, Department of Zoology, LAD College for Women, Nagpur on 2nd -3rd Dec 2011.

             

            National Conference on Ecocriticium; Developing Environmental Consciousness through English studies on 2nd Feb 2012.
            8.    4th Indian Youth Science Congress, Nagpur on 9th -11th 2012.
            9.  The 8th Indian Symposium of Odonatology and Tropical Biodiversity, Hislop College, Nagpur on 17th -18th Aug 2014.
            Workshop Attended:
               1.    An Interactive Workshop between  University and Industries on 29th August 2012.
            2. Science Expo organized by Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology, Government of   Maharashtra on 9th -13th Jan 2013.
            3.  Two-Day Workshop o Shaping of S & T Resource Center (STRC) at Gondwana University, Gadchiroli on 18th -19th Jan 2013.
            4.  Workshop on National eGovernance Plan organized by RTM, Nagpur University, Nagpur on 23rd July 2013.

            10. List of Candidates working for Doctoral Research/ for Post Doctoral Research/ as Research Associates   

            Sr. No.

            Name of Students

            Date of registration

            Registration Number

            Title of Research

            Date of awarding Ph. D Degree

            1.

            Miss. Shruti A. Gharade

            07-01-2009

            Ph. D. (Cell)/Research/Sci./813/B/550

            Studies on the cephalic neuroendocrine complex and hormonal regulation of vitellogenesis during post embryonic development in tropical tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (D) eco-race Bhandara    (Lepidoptera : Saturniidae)

             

             

            Submitted

            2.

            Miss. Manjushree P. Dhar

            15-07-2009

            Ph. D. (Cell)/Research/Sci./455

            Biology and SEM structure of the weaver ant, Oecophylla smaragdina, fabricius (Hymenoptera : Formicidae)

             

            3.

            Mr. Parag P. Masram

            14-01-2010

            Ph. D. (Cell)/RRC/Zoology/16/B/950

            Studies on ethology and development of weavar ant queen Oecophylla smaragdina, fabricius (Hymenoptera : Formicidae)

             

            4.

            Mr. Ganesh B. Gathalkar

            14-01-2010

            Ph. D. (Cell)/RRC/Zoology/17/B/951

            Studies on the Pests and Predators of Tropical Tasar Silkworm Antheraea mylitta (D) eco-race Bhandara, with special reference to Xanthopimpla and Oecophylla
            (Lepidoptera : Saturniidae)

             

            5.

            Mr. Manoj P. Thakre

            14-01-2010

            Ph. D. (Cell)/RRC/Zoology/18/B/952

            Studies on the metamorphic changes and egg maturation in tropical tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta (Drury) eco-race Bhandara (Lepidoptera : Saturniidae)

             

            6.

            Miss. Vaishali J. Badwaik

            14-01-2010

            Ph. D. (Cell)/RRC/Zoology/19/B/953

            Ultrastructural studies on the appendages, ovary and hormonal control of vitellogenesis in Red eye bug, Leptocoris augur (Hemiptera : Rhopalidae)

             

            7.

            Mr. Hemraj M. Meshram

            14-01-2010

            Ph. D. (Cell)/RRC/Zoology/21/B/955

            Effect of environmental factors and various pathogens on the post embryonic development of tropical tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta (Drury) eco-race Bhandara in Vidarbha (Lepidoptera : Saturniidae)

             

             

            Submitted

            8.

            Miss. Rani P. Thakre

            15-01-2011

            Ph. D. (Cell)/RRC/1370

            Ultra Structure Of The Cephalic Sensilla In The Damselflies, Rhodischnura nursei And Lestes elatus (Odonata: Zygoptera): A Comparative Study

             

             

             

            Dr. (Mrs.) Varsha T. Dhurvey, M.Sc., Ph.D.
            Associate Professor

            Contact Information:

            Department of Zoology
            RTM Nagpur University
            MJFE Campus, Amaravati Road
            Nagpur – 440 033 (M.S.)
            India
            Contact No: Office 0712-2040073
            Mobile - 09423684768
            E-mail: varshadhurvey@yahoo.com

             

            Biographical information:

            M.Sc. Zoology (MRP)          Nagpur University, Nagpur                          1993
            B.Ed.                                   Nagpur University, Nagpur               1994
            Ph.D                                     Nagpur University, Nagpur               2003

            Professional Details:

            Associate Professor - Department of Zoology, RTM, Nagpur University, Nagpur2009-till date
            Lecturer            - Shivaji Science College, Congress Nagar, Nagpur (2003-2009)
            Lecturer-            -D.B. Science College, Gondia (1997-2003)
            Lecturer            - M.B. Patel College, Sakoli. Dist. Bhandara (1993-1997)

            Experience: 

            Teaching:           20 years
            Research:           16 years
            Research Interests:  Reproductive physiology and endocrinology,Insect pest control and
                                  Insecticidal properties of herb,Toxicology and Fluorosis

            Research Guidance: 

                 Ph.D. – 01 submitted and 03- working.

                 Fellowships/Awards/Honors:

            • Teacher Fellowship Awarded under FDP during IX plan of UGC (1999-2001)

             

            • Mahatama Fule Talent Research National Award by Mahatama Fule Talent Research

            Academy on 14 April, 2012 at Nagpur. 

            • National seminar on Biogeosciences on12 Nov. 2010 organized by Mohata Science  

             College, Nagpur and awarded by best poster presentation. (2nd Prize)                                 

            • National Seminar “recent trend in biodiversity conservation and management

            on 8th Jan. 2013 organized by N. S. Science Collage, Bhadrawati, Dist. Chandrapur.
            Entitled- Biochemical effect of chrionic fluorosis on human awarded by
            best poster presentation.( 1st Prize)

            Research projects:

            • Study of fluoride contamination of groundwater in some rural parts of Chandrapur District

             of Maharashtra. Minor UGC No. 23-1191/ 09 (WRO (2009-2011)Rs.1,10,000/-) Co-investigator
            Completed.

            • Studies on evaluation of pesticidal properties of endogenous plants. Minor UGC No. 800/ 09

             (WRO) (2009-2011) (Rs. 1,43,000/-) Co-investigator Completed.

            • “Environmental health perspective of fluorosis in endemic   fluoridated areas of Chandrapur

            district of Maharashtra”  Major (F. 41-155/ 2012(SR) 2012-2015) Rs.10,50, 800 /- Principal
            investigator ongoing.            

            • Studies on fluoride contamination and defluoridation of drinking water using agrowaste

                materials with incidences of fluorosis in domestic animals in some villages of Chandrapur
                district, Maharashtra (in collaboration with Shivaji Science College, Nagpur  Major UGC
                on 24/07/2013. Total purposed amount for the project Rs. 18, 73,000/-

             

                 Membership of scientific societies:

             

            • Life member of Nagpur University Young Teachers’ Association, Nagpur.
            • Life member of Dr.Ambedkar Teachers’ Welfare Association, Nagpur.
            • Life member of Zoologist’s Welfare Association, Nagpur.
            • Life member of Nagpur University Teachers’ organization Nagpur.
            • Member of Society for fluoride research (SFFR), National Institute of Nutrition (ICMR)    Hyderabad.
            • Member of advisory editorial board of International Journal of Plant Animal and Environmental Sciences.

                 Number of national/International conferences/Workshop attended- 50
                 Examiner for Ph.D. thesis of Amravati University List of selected recent publications:
            In peer-reviewed national and international journals with impact factors)

             

            1.

            Rashmi Urkude, Varsha Dhurvey, Ragini Marganwar and Sonali Dhawas (July-Sep2014)  Influence of lindane and  endosulfan on earthworm population  Journal of Environmental  Research and Development vol.9(1)pp184-187 (Impact Factor- 1. 268).                                                                              
                               

            2.

            Mangala Thakare and Varsha Dhurvey ( June 2014) Histopathological changes in the uterus of rat after an administration of sodium fluoride Vol. 3, Issue 6 pp 431-433. (Impact  factor- 1.865).

            3.

            Varsha Dhurvey and Sonali Dhawas   (Feb. 2014)  Skeletal Fluorosis In Relation To Drinking Water, Nutritional Status And Living Habits In Rural Areas Of Maharashtra, India IOSR  Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-   JESTFT)  Volume 8, Issue 1 Ver. VI PP 63-67 (Impact factor- 1.325).

            4.

            S. R. Kochhar R. Urkude V. Dhurvey D. C. Sindhimeshram Jan (2014) Plant as source of pesticides: current status and future perspective. International journal of researches,Biosciences, Agriculture & Technology Vol. 1-issue 2 pp 639-646.

            5.

            Marganwar Ragini , Dhurvey Varsha, Kodate Jaya and Urkude   Rashmi (2013) Fluoride distribution in drinking water and its effect with reference to Dental fluorosis in children residing in Warora tehsil, Chandrapur district of Maharashtra International   Journal of Life Sciences Vol. 1 (3) pp 202-206.

            6.

            Dhurvey Varsha and Marganwar Ragini (Octo-Dec 2013) Dental fluorosis prevelence            and  severity by using Dean’s index among school students in Dongargaon of Warora  tehsil,  Chandrapur district, Maharashtra Journal of Environmental Research and
              Development vol.8 No.2, pp309-314 (Impact factor- 1.268).

             

            7.

             V.R. Pendam (Dhurvey) and D.B. Tembhare (2013) Effect of JH-III and b  ecdysone on   Seminal vesicle in the tropical tasar silkmoth, Antheraea  mylitta ( Drury)( Lepidoptera : 
             Saturniidae ) The Bioscan Vol 8(2) 447-450  (NAAS- 5.1)

            8.

            Sonali Dhawas, Varsha Dhurvey, Jaya Kodate and Rashmi Urkude (2013) An epidemiologic   study of skeletal fluorosis in some villages of Chandrapur district, Maharashtra, India Journal of Environmental Research and Development vol.7(4A) 1679-1683 (I. Factor 1.268)

            9.

              Jaya Kodate, Rashmi Urkude,  Varsha Dhurvey  and  Ragini Marganwar (2012) quality of water for drinking, irrigation and Industrial purposes Proc. of National seminar on recent  trends in chemical; and geological Sciences and its relevance to environmental   conservation. pp115-128

            10

            Jaya Kodate, Varsha Dhurvey, Rashmi Urkude   and  Ragini Marganwar (2012) Standard
              analytical techniques adopted for water  Analysis: an overview Proc. of National
               seminar on recent trends in chemical; and geological Sciences and its relevance to
              environmental conservation pp163-171.

            11

            Ragini Marganwar, Varsha Dhurvey , Jaya Kodate and Sonali Dhawas ( Nov 2012) Physico-chemical characteristics and quality of Lake water of Nagpur city,    Maharashtra (India) International Journal Bionano Frantier pp 159-163 (Impact factor- 0.2)

            12.

            Jaya Kodate, Rashmi Urkude and Varsha Dhurvey (2011) Confidence: A stepladder towarThe success. Proc. State level seminar on motivation and self-confidence Edition 123-127.

             

             

            13.

            V.R. Pendam (Dhurvey) and D.B. Tembhare (2005) Histochemical studies on the maleaccessory gland of Antheraea mylitta ( D) ( Lepidoptera : Saturniidae ) and Effect   of Juvenile hormone and - ecdysone. Entomon 30(1):5-12.

            14.

            D.B. Tembhare and V.R. Pendam (Dhurvey) (2005) Effect of JH-III and ecdysone onspermatogenesis in the tropical tasar silkmoth, Antheraea mylitta ( Drury) ( Lepidoptera: Saturniidae ). Int. J. Wild Silkmoth and Silk 10 : 9-16.

             

                      

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

                  
               
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            Dr. Suresh C. Masram
            Assistant Professor
             Contact Information:
            Department of Zoology
            RTM Nagpur University
            MJFE Campus, Amaravati Road
            Nagpur – 440 033 (M.S.)
            Home Address:
            C/o Shyam Naik , 204
            Amey Apartment, 3rd Bus stop near Chakole Emporium
            Gopalnagar Nagpur
            Email: suresh_ masram@hotmail.com
            Mobile no. 9822384148.

            Biographical Information :
             B. Sc. (Biology)                                 RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur                  1996
            M.Sc.   (Zoology)  (Entomology)        RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur                   1999
            SET-    ( Life Science)                         Pune University, Pune                                    2002.
            Ph. D.  ( Zoology)                               RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur                   2011
             
            Professional details
            Lecturer Amolakchand Mahavidyalay , Yavatmal. 1999- 2003
            Lecturer M.P. Deo Memorial Science College, Nagpur 2003- 2011
            Assistant Professor Department of Zoology, RTM Nagpur University 2011-till-date

            Experience
            Teaching: 14 years
            Research: 03Year
            Research Interest: Fish brain anatomy, Fish reproductive physiology.  
             
            List of selected  recent Publication :

            • Bhute YV, Masram SC, Raut IN and Baile VV(2007).Cytoarchitectonic pattern of the olfactory system, forebrain and pituitary gland of Indian Major Carp ,  Labeo rohita. Annals of Neurosciences14 , 30-34.
            • Masram SC, Baile VV, Sonparote UR, Khaparde KP and Sonarghare PC (2012).Castration and Testosterone replacement  induced  changes in NPY immunoreactivity in the Neuronal groups of olfactory bulb and forebrain of Heteropneustes fossilis(Bloch). Bionano Frontier. 5: 115-120.
            • Dhongade MJ and Masram SC (2012). Effect of Gum of Diospyros paniculata (Linn.) on histology of ovary of albino rat. Bionano Frontier. 5: 169-171.
            • Sonarghare PC, Baile VV, Raghukumar V, Sonparote UR, Masram SC and Khaparde KP(2012). Microbial flora from  infected murrel  Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch) in Nagpur region. Bionano Frontier. 5: 27-29.
            • Sonparote UR, Baile VV, Masram SC, Sonarghare PC and Khaparde KP(2012). Seasonal variation of β- glucuronidase in the reproductive cycle of  Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch). Bionano Frontier.5:153-154.
            • Khaparde KP, Baile VV, Masram SC , Sonarghare PC and Sonparote UR(2012). Functional significance of olfactory cells of snakehead Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch). Bionano Frontier. 5(2): 145-148.
            • Masram SC, Sonparote  UR, Sonarghare PC, Khaparde KP and Baile VV (2013). Histoarchitecture of olfactory rosette of  Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch).  Indian Streams Research Journal  1: 76-78.
            • Dhongade MJ and Masram SC (2013). Antifertility effect of Gum of Diospyros paniculata (Linn.) in  albino rat. Indian Streams Research Journal  1: 45-48.
            • Sonparote UR, Baile VV, Masram SC, Sonarghare PC and Khaparde KP(2013).Study of variation of hepatic β- glucuronidase in the reproductive cycle of  Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch). Indian Streams Research Journal  1: 86-89.
            • Sonarghare PC, Raghukumar V, Sonparote UR, Masram SC, Khaparde KP and      Baile VV(2013).Pathological investigations  of Indian major carp,  Labeo rohita (Ham.) following bacterial infection. Indian Streams Research Journal  1: 52-56.
            • Khaparde KP, Masram  SC, Sonarghare PC, Sonparote UR and Baile VV(2013). Seasonal histochemical changes in the ovary of Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch). Indian Streams Research Journal  1:  35- 38.
            • Baile  VV, Masram SC and Sahare CP (2013). Avian diversity in proposed Gorewada International Biopark. Indian Streams Research Journal  1: 1-5.
            • Dewalkar LP, Shambharkar  RB  and Masram SC (2014). Immunostimulatory effects of etiolated wheat grass,  Triticum aestvum  Linn. On Dexamethasone induced immunosuppressed albino rat. International Journal of Pharmacy and Phamaceutical Sciences  6(4): 556-558.
            • Dewalkar LP, Shambharkar  RB  and Masram SC (2014). Comparative hypoglycemic and biochemical effects of etiolated wheat grass, Triticum aestivum (linn.) and Lagerstroemia speciosa (Linn.) Pers. fruit in alloxan induced diabetic albino rat. International Journal of Pharmacy and Phamaceutical Sciences  6(5):  437-440.
            •   Masram SC and Baile VV (2014). Ultrastructure of the olfactory organ in striped snakehead Ophiocephalus striatus (Bloch). International Journal of Pharma and Biosciences   5(3): (B) 955-964.

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

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