Vidwan-ID : 197039



  • Prof Soumen Bhattacharjee

  • Professor
  • The University of Burdwan
Publications 1995 - 2022

Publications

  • 78
    Journal Articles
  • 21
    Book Chapter
  • 5
    Book
  • 34
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 2
    Review
  • 1
    Note
  • 7
    Projects
  • 3

Citations / H-Index

1296 Citations
14 h-index
1588 Citations

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Expertise

Plant Sciences

Plant Redox Biology, Stress Signaling, Oxidative stress & yield potential of crops, Phytochemistry of Bioactive compounds, Molecular regulation of stress elicitation of bioactive plant natural compounds .

Personal Information

Prof Soumen Bhattacharjee

Male
Department of Botany, UGC Center for Advanced Study The University of Burdwan, Rajbati
Bardhaman, West Bengal, India - 713104


Experience

  • Professor

    Department of Botany

    The University of Burdwan

  • Associate Professor

    Botany

    Krishnagar Govt. College

  • Reader

    Botany

    HOOGHLY MOHSIN COLLEGE,CHINSURAH,DIST-HOOGHLY

  • Senior Scientist

    Indian Council of Agricultural Research

    Vivekananda Parvatiya Krishi Anusandhan Sansthan (VPKAS)

  • Lecturer

    Botany

    Sherubtse College, Kanglung, Bhutan


Qualification

  • Ph.D

    The University of Burdwan


Honours and Awards

2022

Key Note Address in 2nd Edition of Global Conference on Agriculture and Horticulture

Magnus Group Conferences and Organizing Committee, Paris, France

2021

Key note address in Agri 2021 Global conference

Agri-2021 Reignite Innovative Conference

2020

Lead speakers in several international & National Seminars& memorial Lectures

Botanical Survey of India (BSI, Kolkata , Benaras Hindu University ( UP); Bose Institute( Kolkata); Adamas University (Kolkata); Ramkrishna Mission ( Kolkata), Kolkata,)etc.

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2022

Key Note Address in 2nd Edition of Global Conference on Agriculture and Horticulture

Magnus Group Conferences and Organizing Committee, Paris, France

2021

Key note address in Agri 2021 Global conference

Agri-2021 Reignite Innovative Conference

2020

Lead speakers in several international & National Seminars& memorial Lectures

Botanical Survey of India (BSI, Kolkata , Benaras Hindu University ( UP); Bose Institute( Kolkata); Adamas University (Kolkata); Ramkrishna Mission ( Kolkata), Kolkata,)etc.

2019

Authored a monograph entitled ‘ROS in Plant Biology’

Springer Nature

2016

Coordinator, UGC centre for Advanced Study in Botany, University of Burdwan

UGC

2016

Edited two Books entitled ‘Drought Stress Tolerance in Plants, Vol I & II’

Springer International

2014

Selected as Member of European Society of Free Radical Biology

European Society of Free Radical Biology

2007

Selected as Senior Scientist, ICAR

ICAR, Govt of India

1992

UGC Junior Research Fellowship

UGC

1992

West Bent Bengal State Funded Fellowship

Govt of West Bengal

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2022

comparative proteomic and physiological approaches for the charecterization and identification .....contrasting responses to salt stress

Dr Nabanita Banik, The University of Burdwan

2021

Physiological and molecular approach for screening some traditional aromatic rice cultivars based on redox-regulatory mechanisms under dehydration stress

Dr Nivedita Dey, The University of Burdwan

2018

Studies on bioprospecting of George Watt listed plants wit special reference to West Bengal

Dr.Sudeshna Datta, The Universitry of Burdwan

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2022

comparative proteomic and physiological approaches for the charecterization and identification .....contrasting responses to salt stress

Dr Nabanita Banik, The University of Burdwan

2021

Physiological and molecular approach for screening some traditional aromatic rice cultivars based on redox-regulatory mechanisms under dehydration stress

Dr Nivedita Dey, The University of Burdwan

2018

Studies on bioprospecting of George Watt listed plants wit special reference to West Bengal

Dr.Sudeshna Datta, The Universitry of Burdwan

2018

Screening some promising accessions of Amaranthus hypochondriacus for their phytochemical having antioxidant properties, growth and drought tolerance attributes

Dr. Manashi Aditya, The University of Burdwan

2018

Exploring metabolic and proteomic approach for the charecterization of redox regulatory processes associated with differential abiotic stress tolerance of two rice cultivars

Dr. Ananya Chakrabarty, The University of Burdwan

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Membership In Professional Bodies

2017

Plant Physiology Forum, Kolkata

Life Member

2015

Indian Botanical soc.

life member

2014

European Society of Free Radical Biology

Life Member

2017

Plant Physiology Forum, Kolkata

Life Member

2015

Indian Botanical soc.

life member

2014

European Society of Free Radical Biology

Life Member

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Research Projects

Modeling redox landscape and identification of candidate hub genes regulating drought stress induced physiology of flag leaves and kernel aroma quality (2-acetyl-1- pyrroline) in indigenous aromatic rice cultivars of Rarh West Bengal

Funding Agency : DST-SERB ( Govt of India)

Screening Amaranths commonly cultivated in Gangetic West Bengal for their Photochemicals having Antioxidant properties and stress tolerance attributes.

Funding Agency : Department of Science & Technology & Biotechnology

Elucidation of role of MYB transcription factor in UV stress signaling in Arabidopsis

Funding Agency : CSIR

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Modeling redox landscape and identification of candidate hub genes regulating drought stress induced physiology of flag leaves and kernel aroma quality (2-acetyl-1- pyrroline) in indigenous aromatic rice cultivars of Rarh West Bengal

Funding Agency : DST-SERB ( Govt of India)

Screening Amaranths commonly cultivated in Gangetic West Bengal for their Photochemicals having Antioxidant properties and stress tolerance attributes.

Funding Agency : Department of Science & Technology & Biotechnology

Elucidation of role of MYB transcription factor in UV stress signaling in Arabidopsis

Funding Agency : CSIR

Biochemistry, genetics and biosystemetc study of some selected medicinal plants of West Bengal

Funding Agency : UGC

Understanding the relationship between oxidative stress, growth and yield potential with special reference to chemical management of oxidative stress for augmenting productivity in rice (Oryza sativa L. Cultivar Ratna and SR26B

Funding Agency : UGC

Assessment of the role of Reactive oxygen Species (ROS) in germination and early growth performances with special reference to their implication in acclamatory stress tolerance and signaling in three rice cultivars, Ratna, Hamilton and SR 26B

Funding Agency : UGC

Understanding the role of divalent Calcium in abiotic stress induced oxidative stress management and related membrane deterioration in a tropical leaf crop Amaranthus lividus L.”

Funding Agency : UGC

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