Chandrima Debi

Chandrima Debi
Forest Research Institute Dehradun | FRI · Division of Botany

Doctorate in Forestry

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Introduction
Chandrima Debi currently a research fellow in Forest Research Institute Dehradun. Their most recent publication is 'Influence of microbial bioinoculants in the accumulation of new phytocompounds in Oroxylum indicum'. Other publications comprise of comprehensive study of an endangered medicinal plant Oroxylum indicum and it's conservation strategies and study of the bioactive compounds.
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March 2014 - October 2018
Forest Research Institute Dehradun
Position
  • Researcher
October 2013 - November 2016
Forest Research Institute Dehradun
Position
  • Researcher
Education
April 2014 - April 2018

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Publications (13)
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Oroxylum indicum is an important medicinal plant of Indian Ayurvedic medicine system. The natural population of the plant is nearing to its threshold of extinction. Therefore, its conservation is must and on this aspect an experiment was performed to see the effect of different seed sources and habitats under a single eco-region of Brahmaputra Vall...
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The seedlings of Oroxylum indicum were inoculated with plant growth promoting microbes (PGPMs) mainly, Pseudomonas putida, Trichoderma harzianum and Glomus mosseae both alone and consortium. The preliminary qualitative and quantitative phytochemical analysis of the root extract of the inoculated seedlings of O. indicum showed the presence of carboh...
Thesis
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The thesis deals with the comprehensive study of Oroxylum indicum which is a ethnobotanically important medicinal plant. The rhizospheric microbial Biodiversity associated, soil status, mycorrhiza. Fungus and bacterial association was also studied. Seed germination studies were also conducted. The plant is posing threat in its natural habitat, so a...
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The seedlings of Oroxylum indicum were inoculated with plant growth promoting microbes (PGPMs) mainly, Glomus mosseae, Trichoderma harzianum and Pseudomonas putida both alone and consortium. The GCMS analysis of the methanolic root extract of inoculated seedlings of O. indicum showed that seedlings treated with mixed consortium of mycorrhizal fungi...
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Dendrocalamus strictus (Roxb.) Nees has started flowering and synchronous flowering can be observed in the hillslopes and roadside of Mussoorie and vicinity areas. The synchronous flowering of D. strictus was observed in few locations along hillslopes of Mussoorie – Dehradun roadway. The GPS locations of the site are 30024’55’ N and 7804’41’E, 3002...
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India, being a mega-diverse country enjoys almost all types of vegetation with great floral diversity. Among its floral wealth, the diversity of orchids plays an important role in both economical and medicinal aspects. Orchids, belonging to the family Orchidaceae exhibit an incredible range of diversity in size, shape and colour of their flowers. T...
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We are all familiar with Fireflies or commonly known as lightning bugs. To me, these creatures resemble ‘Nature’s lantern’ which can light up even the darkest corners. But these mystical and charismatic insects are actually beetles and nocturnal members of the family Lampyridae. Most fireflies are winged and are distinct from other luminescent inse...
Poster
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Oroxylum indicum is a medicinally important forest tree species. This species is categorized as vulnerable as well as endangered in different parts of India due to over exploitation of whole plant for medicinal uses. Therefore, its conservation is must and on this aspect an experiment was performed to see the effect of bioinoculation on the plastoc...
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Introduction •Oroxylum indicum vernacularly known as ʹShyonakaʹ or ʹSonpathaʹ is a small to medium size deciduous tree with large, flat, sword shape capsular fruits of many flat and papery seeds with broad silver wings (Gokhale and Bansal, 2006). •Oroxylum indicum is used in Ayurvedic medicine,. It is prescribed for many ailments, including fevers,...
Thesis
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Sal forest of Assam and Uttarakhand shows that the soils have similar chemical and physical characteristics except for Potassium concentration, which is slightly higher in the Assam soil as compared to the Uttarakhand soil. Differences in available nitrogen and phosphorus was statistically non significant between the soil samples of Assam and Uttar...
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The rhizospheric soil and roots were collected from five different sites of Northeast India, where Oroxylum indicum was naturally growing in its ecological habitat and were analysed. The study revealed that the roots of O. indicum were colonized with AM spores and the soil nutrient content plays a major role in the colonization of the AM spores. A...
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The rhizospheric soil samples were collected from five different sites of Northeast India where Oroxylum indicum was naturally growing in its ecological habitat and were analysed. A total of 25 fungal species and four bacterial isolates were found to be associated in the rhizosphere of O.indicum. The fungal microbiota comprised mainly of Trichoderm...
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Oroxylum indicum is a medicinally important forest tree species. Due toindiscriminate exploitation for medicinal purpose, habitat destruction, the natural population of O. indicum is reported endangered. Therefore an experiment was conducted to to study the effect of bioinoculation on the growth and quality of the seedlingsand conserve the plant sp...

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