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Dr. C.Ravinder Singh

Dr. C.Ravinder Singh

M.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., CLAS., PDF (UGC).,

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June 2010 - April 2011
Vivekanandha College Of Arts and Sciences for Women
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
June 2008 - June 2010
Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • I am alumni Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College, Sivakasi, India. I served as Lecture in the department of Biotechnology in the same Institute.

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The main objective of the present investigation was to design an in vitro protocol for mass multiplication of Cleome felina L. by simple tissue culture protocol using different concentration and combination of growth hormones. Maximum response and number of shoots (12.2±0.24) were obtained from BAP and IAA combination and good response and roots (8...
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Currently iam involving in the research in the following field , plant conservation, plant tissue culture, ethnobotany, phytochemistry, cancer search etc.,
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Conservation of biodiversity is essential and major goal for us to protect the environment. Traditional belief with sanctified manners had a vital role in the conservation of plants and their habitat. People across the Nations had an immense belief in their spiritual habitation and sustainability. It promotes us to protect the plants and utilize th...
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The aim of this study is to isolate bioactive compounds and analyze its effect on the cigarette carcinogen benzo(a)pyrene induced lung cancer. The crude extract of root bark of Callophyllum inophyllum using CHCl3-MeOH and most powerful reducing agent was purified and identified by spectral studies. The effect of partially purified compound was inve...
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Diseases exist in almost all kind of population with prevalence among the ethnic groups and geographical areas. Recently, number of research is leaving particularly on major diseases like diabetes and cancer. Minor millets are an important traditional food with tremendous nutritional and medicinal application but, less concern about the importance...
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Abstract: The increasing demand on nanoparticles have wide pertinent in almost all the field. Marine ecosystem has variety of living and non-living resources, which includes prokaryotes like microorganism to eukaryotic organism like higher plants and animals. The present review dealt with the application of marine organisms in nanotechnology. Our d...
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The increasing demands on nanoparticles have wide pertinent in almost all the fields. Marine ecosystem has variety of living resources, which includes prokaryotes like microorganism to eukaryotic organism like higher plants and animals. The present review dealt with the application of marine organisms in nanotechnology. Our discussion mainly focuse...
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Therapeutic potential of phages was examined against biofilm forming bacteria (BFB) Pseudomonas stutzeri (PS) and Vibrio parahaemolyticus (VPH) in lung cancer animals. Phages were isolated from mangrove soil. The latent period of the infectious cycle was determined as 20 and 55 min for PS and VPH phages respectively. The mean burst size was found t...
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This article reviews the evils of cigarette smoking and the promise of mangroves to cure them. Chemicals in cigarette smoke are leading cause of death to both smokers and nonsmokers. Plant is the potential source to produce medicine for almost all the diseases. Mangroves are promising as a novel source of anti-cancer drugs in regulating the cancer...
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Lung cancer is considered to be the most common cancer in the world. The purpose is to review scientific evidence, particularly epidemiologic evidence of overall lung cancer burden in the world. And molecular understanding of lung cancer at various levels by dominant and suppressor oncogenes.
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Aim: The main aim of this study is to evaluate the anti-oxidant and antimicrobial activity of mangrove species and the development of the callus biomass. Study Design: This is the first comparative evaluation report of field grown root and tissue cultured root callus of mangrove on anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial activity. Acanthus ilicifolius, Cal...
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Acanthus ilicifoliusL. (Holly Mangroves) an important mangrove plant species wasstudied for anti-pulmonary carcinoma. The callus was raised from the root explants with the help of different growth regulators. Maximum callus biomass was observed in 3mg/L of 2,4-D. Shade dried root materials and in vitrocultured root callus were extracted with 9:1 ra...
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An efficient protocol was established for in vitro clonal propagation for Rhizophora annamalayana Kathir. the only endemic mangrove species to India. Initially the explants were surface sterilized appropriately with 0.1% mercuric chloride for one minute, 70% ethanol for 30 seconds and 3% hydrogen peroxide for one minute. Then the explants were trea...
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This is the study aimed to standardize a reproducible regenerative protocol for Pedalium murex Linn from coastal region. For mass propagation of this medicinally important species root explants have been inoculated on MS basal medium fortified with different auxin and cytokinin. The maximum (0.92g) callus biomass was observed from 3.0 mg/l of NAA a...
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This study mainly focused on to screen normal microbial flora changes in benzo (a) pyrene induced pulmonary carcinoma in Mus musculus. Benzo (a) pyrene is an important environmental carcinogenic chemical which cause number of health problems including lung cancer in human. In this present investigation there are numerous changes have been observed...
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This study analysed the anti-bacterial potential of yellow, green and red coloured peels from banana against 10 clinical pathogens in comparison with standard antibiotics. Three different colored banana peels were dried separately for 30 days. The powdered material was extracted independently with methanol chlorofarm (8:2) at room temperature. Amon...
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This article reviews the evils of cigarette smoking and the promise of mangroves to cure them. Chemicals in cigarette smoke are leading cause of death to both smokers and is the potential source to produce medicine for almost all the diseases. Mang nroovne-ss amreo kperrosm. Pislianngt iams ma unnoitvye lin s tohuer cbeo doyf saynsttie-mc.a nRceese...
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ABSTRACT An attempt for conservation of medicinal important shrub Premna serratifolia L. through in vitro morphogenesis was achieved from callus tissue derived from leaf explants, production of Luteolin through callus culture using different explants and screening of callus derived Luteolin for anti inflammatory effect of Premna serratifolia L. The...
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A successful protocol is described for rapid and large scale propagation of woody aromatic medicinal tree, Premna serratifolia L. by in vitro culture of nodal segments from mature plants. Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with various concentrations of 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP), kinetin and indole 3-acetic acid were examined for their ef...
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Cleome viscosa is an important medicinal herb. Mass collection of the plant from natural habitats has led to its depletion. We have established a protocol for its mass propagation through in vitro organogenesis using leaf explants. For callus induction it was found that Indole-3acetic acid (2mg/l) has a significant effect on the callus induction, c...
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The aim of this study was to establish an effective protocol for callus induction from the leaf explants of the Cleome viscosa. Cleome viscosa Linn. (Capparidaceae) is a widely distributed herb with yellow flowers and long slender pods containing seeds. This is the important medicinal herb. Tender leaves, stems, pods and flowers are used as vegetab...
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Abstract: A successful protocol is described for rapid and large scale propagation of woody aromatic medicinal tree, Premna serratifolia L. by in vitro culture of nodal segments from mature plants. Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with various concentrations of 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP), kinetin and indole 3-acetic acid were examined fo...
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SUMMARY A protocol for micropropagation of the medicinally important plant Premna serratifolia was developed due to its increasing rarity as a result of over-exploitation and poor natural regeneration within its range of occurrence in the Indian sub-continent. Plantlets were regenerated through shoot tip explants. Shoot tip explants were cultured o...
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Ethanolic extract of root and root derived callus extracts of Premna serratifolia L were investigated against paracetamol induced oxidative stress and hepatotoxicity in blood and liver of male albino rats. The root explants were cultured on MS medium supplemented with various combination and concentration of plant growth regulators. The best callus...
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Medicinal plants are source of important therapeutic aids for alleviating human ailments. Thus natural products have been a major source of drugs for centuries. In tune with this effort, the objective set for the present investigation is to identify the chemical constituents of the leaves and roots of Premna serratifolia L. In order to determine th...
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Premna serratifolia L. is an important medicinal shrub used in traditional system of medicines as cardio tonic, antibiotic, anti-coagulant, carminative, hepatoprotective, anti tumor etc. The present study aims in the evaluation of antimicrobial activity against the selected human pathogens (Bacillus sp, Enterococcus faecalis, Escherichia coli, Kleb...

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