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Dr.J.Hemapriya

NameDr.J.Hemapriya
Educational QualificationM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Experience13 years
DesignationAssistant Professor
Field of SpecializationEnvironmental Microbiology
Research Experience6 Years

Research Supervision

Ph.D

M.Phil

1
Research ProjectsApplied for UGC-Minor Project
Publications14 GenBank Deposits – 11
Papers under preparation2
Abstracts in Conference proceedingsNil
Books/Book chapter1
Academic Responsibilities
Participation in Extension activities
Membership in Professional and other bodiesNA
Honours and Awards receivedNA
Any other informationServed as a “Resource Person” in State Level Workshop on Microorganisms: “Let us Observe and Learn”, “MICROTECHS-13” sponsored by TNSCST, Chennai & NCSTC, New Delhi organized by Auxilium College, Vellore on 23rd-25th Sep, 2013.

Paper Under Preparation:

  • P.Jeevitha and J.Hemapriya*. Economically Feasible – Bacterial Mediated Biosurfactant Production Using Agro Wastes As Carbon Source. A. Journal of Microbiology Biotechnology, Env. Science.(Communicated)
  • J.Vandana Keserkar and J.Hemapriya*. Plastic Degradation By The Bacterial    StrainsIsolated From Polyethylene Polluted Sites. A. Journal of Microbiology Biotechnology, Env. Science.(communicated)

Organized :

  • Question Paper Setter in CMR University, Bangalore for Plant Biotechnology (UG Biotechnology) – March-2013
  • Appointed as Reviewer for B.Sc University Board Exam Valuation by Bangalore University.
  • Appointed as  Additional Chief Superintendent by Bangalore University for UG theory Exams June -2009
  • Active Participation as a Member of Editorial Board in Biotechnology Biannual Magazine-Genesis released by Administrative Management College.
  • Served as co-ordinator for NAAC- Research, Consultancy and Extension Wing at AMC College, Bangalore. Have experience in preparation of SSR Report for NAAC
  • Organized “World Science Day” 2013 at AMC College sponsored by Karnataka Science and Technology Academy, Govt. of Karnataka. Department of Biotechnology, Bangalore.
  • Organized “National Science Day-2012” at AMC College sponsored by Karnataka Science and Technology Academy, Govt. of Karnataka. Department of Biotechnology, Bangalore.
  • Organized “Bioscientech – 2011” (An Annual National Level Symposia) – “Frontiers of Biotechnology in Pharmaceutical Industries” (07th April, 2011) at AMC College, Bangalore.
  • Organized “Bioscientech – 2010” – “Molecular Diagnostics and Therapy” (18th March, 2010) at AMC College, Bangalore.
  • Organized “Bioscientech – 2009” – “Translational Research – Benefits to Mankind” (6th March, 2009) at AMC College, Bangalore.
  • Organized “Bioscientech – 2008” – “Clinical Research & SASR 9.1.3 Application” (3rd March, 2008) in association with CLINiREACH, Bangalore at AMC College.
  • Organized “Bioscientech – 2007” – “Current Trends in Cancer Research” (17th March, 2007) in association with ISCA (Bangalore Chapter) at AMC College, Bangalore.
  • Organized “Bioscientech – 2006” – “Empowering Youth with Biotechnological Advances” (3rd & 4th March, 2006) at AMC College, Bangalore.
  • Organized “Bioscientech – 2005” – “Unraveling Scientific Temper” (14th May, 2005) at AMC College, Bangalore.

Publications:

  • Ecofriendly Industrial Applications of Metabolites produced by an Extremely Halophilic Bacterial Strain KV003, Bioremediation of Methyl Orange, a Synthetic azo dye by a Halotolerant Bacterial strain, Global Journal for Research Analysis. 3(11), 16-19,   2014
  • Bioremediation of Methyl Orange, a Synthetic azo dye by a Halotolerant Bacterial strain, International Journal of Current Research and Academic Review, 2(8), 373-381, 2014
  • Biosorption and Detoxification of Cr (VI) by Tannery Effluent Acclimatized Halotolerant Bacterial Strain pv-26, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 3(9), 971-982, 2014
  • Eco-Friendly Bioremediation of a Triphenylmethane Dye by Textile Effluent Adapted Bacterial Strain vp-64, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 3(9), 983-992, 2014
  • Bacterial bioremediation of textile azo dyes – A Review,  Indian Journal of Applied Research,  3(12), 47-49, 2013
  • Bioremediation of structurally different textile dyes by a novel bacterial consortium PVN-5, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 2(11), 218-226, 2013
  • Operational stability and reusability of Halobacterium sp. JS1 cells immobilized in various matrices for haloalkaliphilic protease production, International Journal of Microbiological Research, 3(1), 01-06, 2012
  • Biodiversity of Extremely Halophilic Bacterial Strains isolated from Solar Salterns of Tuticorin, Tamilnadu, India, International Journal of Water Resources and Arid Environment, 2(1), 01-07, 2012
  • In vitro Antibacterial Efficacy of Peel and Seed Extracts of Punica granatum L. against Selected Bacterial Strains, International Journal of Medicobiological Research,  (4),  P.231-234, 2011
  • Virulence Factors and Anti Fungal Sensitivity Pattern of Candida Sp. Isolated from HIV and TB Patients,  Indian Journal of Microbiology, 12088-011, 0177-3, 2011
  • Comparative assessment of heavy metal removal by immobilized and dead bacterial cells: A biosorption approach”, Afr. J. Environ. Sci. Technol, 4(2), 077-083, 2010
  • Production and optimization of Halophilic Protease by an Extremophile –Halobacterium sp.JS1, isolated from Thalassohaline Environment, Global Journal of Biotechnology & Biochemistry, (1): 44-49, 2010
  • Bacterial Decolourization of Textile Azo dye Direct Red-28 under Aerobic Condition, Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, : 4 (1): 309-314, 2010
  • In Vitro Study of anti microbial Activity of the South Indian spices against Enteric Pathogens, Asian Journal of Microbiology Biotechnology, Env.Science. 11(1):2009:173-180.

GenBANK Deposits – NCBI Publication -11

  • Bacillus sp. HM03 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,484 bp linear DNAAccession: JN811624.1

    GI: 359292312

  • Klebsiella sp. HM02 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,428 bp linear DNAAccession: JN811623.1s

    GI: 359292311

  • Escherichia coli strain HM01 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,420 bp linear DNAAccession: JN811622.1

    GI: 359292310

  • Alkalibacillus salilacus KV001 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial1,431 bp linear DNAAccession: KC920815
  • Alkalibacillus salilacus KV002 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,411 bp linear DNAAccession: KC920816
  • Alkalibacillus salilacus KV003 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,280 bp linear DNAAccession: KC920817
  • Halobacterium sp. JS1 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,314 bp linear DNA submitted to NCBI for accession
  • Methylophaga sp. VPN4 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,293 bp linear DNA submitted to NCBI for accession
  • Serratia sp.KV 12 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,376 bp linear DNA submitted to NCBI for accession
  • Enterobacter cloaceae 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,463 bp linear DNA submitted to NCBI for accession
  • Shewanella putrefaciens 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence1,321 bp linear DNA submitted to NCBI for accession

Book Chapters:

Hemapriya, S.Vijay Anand and V. Rajesh Kannan. Biodegradation of Direct Red-28 by Bacillus sp. Strain DRS-1 under Aerobic Conditions and analysis of their Phytotoxicity Levels, Microbiological Research In Agro-ecosystem Management, 2013 (Chapter-5 PP: 53-84) – (DOI – 10.1007/978-81-322-1087-0), Springer Publication