Dr Sinisha A K

Dr Sinisha is a good teacher and a skilled researcher in plant physiology and biochemistry. She has good presentation skills and bagged one international and won national awards.

Educational qualification
  1. MSc
  2. PhD
Area of Interest
  1. Plant physiology
  2. Biochemistry
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  • Date of Entry in Service: 01-10-2021
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  • Research (Area/Expertise, Research Projects, funding etc.)Angiosperm Taxonomy and Molecular Systematics of the Family Gesneriaceae Rich. & Juss in India
  • Publications(Journal, Proceedings, Books/Chapter in books, Articles, Any other):
    1. Sinisha, A. K and Puthur, J. T. (2018). Comparative study on the Zinc and Cadmium tolerance potential of twelve prominent rice cultivars. Journal of Crop Science and Biotechnology (JCSB), 21 (3): 201- 210. DOI No. 10.1007/s12892-018-0042-0. Springer. IF-0.78
    2. Faseela, P., Sinisha, A. K., Brestic M. and Puthur J. T. (2020). Special issue in honour of Prof. Reto J. Strasser – Chlorophyll fluorescence parameters as indicators of particular abiotic stress in rice. Photosynthetica, 58 (SPECIAL ISSUE), 293-300. DOI: 10.32615/ps.2019.147.IF-2.562
    3. Sinisha A. K. and Puthur J. T. 2019. Differential response of two rice varieties towards Zn assessed through bioaccumulation and histological changes. Proc. Provectus Plantae 19,546-551.(ISBN No: 978-81-940888-0-6)
    4. Sinisha A. K. and Puthur, J. T. 2015. Comparative morpho-physiological and biochemical responses in Oryza sativa ‘Aathira’ and ‘Mattatriveni’ subjected to Zn stress. Advances and challenges in Plant Breeding, Biotechnology and Conservation, MBGIPS 2016, 227-234. (ISBN No: 978-81-931285-1-0)
    5. Faseela, P., Sinisha, A. K., Thomas, D. T. T. and Puthur, J. T. 2018. Oxidative stress and its management in plants subjected to different abiotic stresses. In: Ramakrishna, A. and Gill, S. S. (Eds.), Metabolic adaptations in plants during abiotic stress. Taylor & Francis, CRC Press, USA (ISBN 978-1-138-05638-1),111-126
    6. Sinisha A. K. and Puthur J. T. 2016. Effect of Zn stress on physiochemical and chlorophyll a fluorescence parameters of Oryza sativa ‘Jyothi’ and ‘Swarnaprabha. Proc. 28th Kerala Science Congress, 243-251.
    7. Sinisha, A. K., Anjali, A. R., George K. J. and Puthur, J. T. 2015. Bioaccumulation of heavy metals and related stress metabolism in common roadside medicinal plants. Proc. 27th Kerala Science Congress, 879-886
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