Dr. Prasenjit Bhagawati

Assistant Professor

Faculty of Science

            2019

Post Doc from Assam Agricultural University. Jorhat. Research Topic “Molecular breeding for development of cold tolerant  Boro rice cultivars at the seedling stage suitable for Assam condition”

            2015

PhD from Tocklai Tea Research Institute, Jorhat  & Gauhati university. Thesis title “Genetic variability related to pigment and flavor in wild and cultivated tea Germplasms”.

            2006

First Class in Masters of Science (Botany) with specialization in Angiosperm Taxonomy from Gauhati University, Guwahati

            2004

Second Class in Bachelor of Science (Botany) from Biswanath College, Biswanath.

           2000

Second Division in HSSLC examination from  Biswanath College, Biswanath.

           1998

First Division in HSLC examination from  Chariali Adarsha Vidyapeethy, Biswanath Chariali

 

Angiosperms Taxonomy(Molecular Taxonomy)

       Year

               Organisation

                Position

           Responsibilities

  August-2019        -Present

    Assam down town University

      Assistant Professor

           Teaching, Research.

Jornal publications:

1. Isolation of high quality RNA from non-cultivated camellia species rich in anthocyanins and other polyphenols, P. Bhagawati, P Ahmed, H.R. Singh, M. Deka. S. Das, Annals of Biological Research, 2014. 5(5): 59-63

2.Cloning and heterologous expression of a gene encoding lycopene-epsilon-cyclase, a precursor of lutein in tea (Camellia sinensis var assamica), S. Borchetia, C. Bora, B. Gohain, P. Bhagawati, N. Agarwal, N. Bhattacharrya, R. Bharalee, P. Bhorali, T. Bandyopadhyay, S. Gupta, S. K. Das, H. R. Singh, P. Ahmed, M. Gogoi, S. Das. African Journal of Biotechnology, 2011, 10(32): 5934-5939

3. Rubisco-bis-phosphate oxygenase (RuBP)- A potential housekeeping gene for qPCR assays in tea, B. Gohain, T. Bandyopadhyay, P. Bhorali, S. Borchetia, R. Bharalee, S. Gupta, N. Agarwal, N. Bhattacharrya, H. R. Singh, P. Bhagawati, P. Ahmed, M. C. Kalita, S. Das. African Journal of Biotechnology, 2012, 11(51): 11193-11199

4. Molecular analysis and expression profiling of blister blight defense related genes in tea, P. Bhorali, B. Gohain, S. Gupta, R. Bharalee, T. Bandyopadhyay, S. K. Das, N. Agarwal, H. R. Singh, P. Bhagawati, N. Bhattacharrya, P. Ahmed, S. Borchetia, S. Das, Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding, 2012, 72(2): 226-233

5. Hypersensitive reaction and anatomical changes of young tea leaf (Camellia sinensis, clone TV1) during feeding by tea mosquito bug (Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse: Hemiptera: Miridae), P. Ahmed, P. Bhagawati, S. K. Das, M. C. Kalita, International journal of current microbiology and applied sciences, 2013, 2(8): 187-195

6. Molecular Analysis of Drought Tolerance in Tea by cDNA-AFLP Based Transcript Profiling, S. Gupta, R. Bharalee, P. Bhorali, S. K. Das, P. Bhagawati, T. Bandyopadhyay, B. Gohain, N. Agarwal, P. Ahmed, S. Borchetia, M. C. Kalita, A. K. Handique, S. Das, Molecular Biotechnology, 2012.

7. Identification, cloning and heterologous expression of a new lectin like protein in tea., T. Bandyopadhyay, B. Gohain, R. Bharalee, P. Bhagawati, M. C. Kalita, S. Das, Journal of Applied Research on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 2014.

8. Agrobacterium mediated transfer of nptII and gus genes in Camellia assamica, N. Bhattacharrya, H. R. Singh, N. Agarwala, P. Bhagawati, G. U. Ahmed, S. Das, Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology and Sustainable Development., 2014.

9. Exogenous gene transfer in Assam tea [Camellia assamic(Masters)] by agrobacterium-mediated transformation using somatic embryo, H. R. Singh, N. Bhattacharrya, N. Agarwala, P. Bhagawati, M. Deka, S. Das, European Journal of Experimental Biology, 2014, 4(3): 166-175

10. In-silico identification and functional annotation of SSR-ESTs related to drought and herbivory in Camellia sinensis var assamica, M. Gogoi, A. Zaman, S. Das, H. R. Singh, P. Bhagawati, P. Chowdhury, H. Saikia, R. N. Yadav, S. Borchetia, T. Bandyopadhyay, Two and a Bud, 2014, 60(2): 43-50.

11. Transgenic Tea Over-expressing Solanum tuberosum Endo-1,3-beta-D-glucanase Gene Conferred Resistance Against Blister Blight Disease. H. Ranjit Singh, Pranita Hazarika, Niraj Agarwala, Neelakshi Bhattacharyya, Prasenjit Bhagawati, Sudripta Das. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 36(384), January 2018.

Book Publications:

1. Comparative study on morphological and molecular genetic diversity analysis in Tea. Bhagawati P, Singh HR, Borchetia S, Chowdhury P, Saikia H, Bandyopadhyay T. Book Chapter-ISBN-9789383230068- BIOTIK(A collection of research articles related to biodiversity and sustainability)Maharathi Prakashan, Jorhat,2015.

2. Functional Genomics in Tea:Progress and Prospects for genetic Improvement. Borchetia S, Gogoi M, Bhagawati P, Singh H R, Hazarika P, Zaman A, Das S, Chowdhury P, Saikia H and Bandyopadhyay T, Published in the proceedings of V th Scientific Workshop on Biotechnological Research in North East India, Present & Future. ISBN 978-81-930496-0-0, pp 105-110.2014.

3. Advanced Molecular Markers: Role in Plant Genetic Diversity And Its Importance in Tea. Singh H R, Bhagawati P, Hazarika P, Das S, Borchetia S, Bandyopadhyay T. Book Chapter-ISBN-9789383230068- BIOTIK(A collection of research articles related to biodiversity and sustainability) Maharathi Prakashan, Jorhat,2015.

4. Morphological Diversity Among Tea Clones Using Numerical Taxonomy. Bhagawati P, Das S. Book Chapter-ISBN- 978-93-81563-75-5, Natural Resources (Utilizing and conserving for human welfare and sustenance) Global Publishing House India, Visakhapatnam, India.

Play cricket, football

                Year

        Position

                                                  Details

   June-2016- June 2019

            RA

DBT RA in Deptt. Of Agricultural Biotechnology, Assam Agricultural University under the supervision of Dr Akhil Ranjan Baruah.

Research Topic “Molecular breeding for development of cold tolerant  Boro rice cultivars at the seedling stage suitable for Assam condition”

    September 16- 2014 -            October-17- 2015.

 

           JRF

Working as a Junior Research Fellow in a DBT sponsored project entitled “Molecular breeding for development of drought tolerant ahu rice suitable for upland ecosystems.” in Deptt. Of Agricultural Biotechnology, Assam Agricultural University.

     December 2011- 15-               September 2014

 

        JRF/SRF

Working as a JRF and SRF in the project entitled “Identification and Characterization of Sequence Based Markers for Genetic Improvement of Tea” Funded by DBT, Govt of India in Deptt. Of Biotechnology, Tocklai Experimental Station, TRA, Jorhat.

    April 2008- June 2011.

       JRF/SRF

Working as a JRF and SRF in the project entitled “Molecular Markers and Descriptors Development In Tea” funded by DBT, Govt of India in Deptt. of Biotechnology, Tocklai  Tea Research Institute, TRA, Jorhat.

  January 2007- February                        2008

             RF

Working as a Research Fellow in the Project entitled “Documentation And Inventorization Of Macrofloral, Microfloral And Microfaunal Diversity In The Submergence Areas Of Lower Subansiri Hydro Power Project” funded by NHPC, Govt of India in the Deptt. of Botany, Gauhati University.

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