This is a four credit CORE COURSE for all the Students of the second Semester.
Credit 1 : DNA
Credit 2 : RNA
Credit 3 : Proteins
Credit 4 : Regulation of Gene Expression
This is a compulsory course for all the students of the 4th semester.
SKD 101 (II) (Theory): Role of soil microorganisms in improving growth and stress tolerance of plants.
This a specialization course BO 3.4a Algology for 3rd-semester students.
An account on taxonomy,systematics,diversity and economic importance of Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms are taken for study.
BO 4.2b: Advanced Mycology- II (3C)
Credit: 1-Fungal systematics 15L
1. A higher – level phylogenetic classification of fungi (Kirk 2008 and
Hibbett et al., 2007)-Fungal systematics: Kingdom fungi: Subkingdom
Basidiomycota: Subphyllum: Pucciniomycotina; Ustilaginomycotina;
2. Kingdom:Chromista; Phylum: Hyphochytriomycota, Labyrinthulomycota,
3. Kingdom: Protozoa; Phylum: Mycetozoa 2L
Credit:2-Fungi as food and food processing 15L
1. Fungi as food, Mushrooms and other edible fungi, fungi in food web, cell and
mycelium as human food, fermented products, neutraceuticals 5L
2. Application of fungi in food and beverages Industry, Industrially important fungal
3. Fungi and food spoilage. 5L
Credit:3-Medicinal fungi 15L
1. Utilization of fungi for production of metabolites: primary and secondary,
Fungal secondary metabolite. 3L
2. Therapeutic proteins from fungi, fungal immunomodulatory proteins. 3L
3. Endophytic fungi and their role in therapeutics 3L
4. Antibiotics from fungi, product of pharmaceutical importance of fungi,
pharmacological importance of Cordyceps. 3L
5. Lichens as sources of secondary metabolites, pathway of secondary metabolites
in lichen and their applications. 3L
This is 3-credits specialization Course BO 4.2a Algology for the 4th Semester students.
BO 4.2 d is the Plant Ecology specialization course in the 4th semester of M.Sc. Botany. This course consists of 3 credits. First credit is discussing the communication of plants with the microbes. The second credit corresponds with mechanisms of bioremediation. The mechanism involves the metabolism of plants and microbes associated with the utilization of contaminants. The third credit is pertaining to sustainable development. In this account of the sustainable agriculture, wetlands and cities is given.
Pteridophyte taxonomy -Introduction
This is a core course for 2nd-semester students:
Credit-1: Cell organelles–functional aspects
Credit-2: Signal Transduction
Credit-3: Cell cycle, aging, and cell death