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Dr. Chinmayee Mohapatra

Dr. Chinmayee Mohapatra

Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Plant Pathology

Qualification:

  • ICAR NET in Plant Pathology Qualified in the Year 2012.
  • Ph.D. (Mycology and Plant Pathology), Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh – 221005.
  • M.Sc. (Mycology and Plant Pathology), Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh – 221005.
  • B.Sc. (Agriculture), College of Agriculture (Chiplima), Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, Pin-751003.

Broad Current Research Interest: Molecular Plant Pathology, Phytochemistry, Bioinformatics

Fellowships/Grants/Selections:

  • Awarded with UGC Research Fellowship 2012

Academic positions:

  • Senior Research Fellow in International Project on Spot Blotch of Wheat funded by CIMMYT, Mexico.
  • Senior Research Fellow in National Seed Research and Training Center (NSRTC), Varanasi.
  • Acted as Resource Person in Summer Training on Techniques and Tools of Plant Biotechnology at Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi (2015).
  • Acted as Resource Person in CIMMYT funded CRP training “Spot blotch of wheat: Delivering resistant wheat lines and diagnostic and molecular markers for resistance at Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi (2017).

Research paper:

Scopus Indexed Journal:

  • Debnath D, Mohapatra C, Routray S, Goldar S (2021) Life without antibiotics? – A review on increasing threat of antibiotic resistance with a broader look on agricultural aspect. Ecology, Environment and Conservation (Accepted)
  • Mohapatra C, Chand R, Tiwari JK, Singh AK (2020) Effect of heat stress during flowering and pod formation in pea (Pisum sativum) Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants. 26: 1119- 1125.
  • Maurya AK, Navathe S,Mohapatra C, Chand R (2018) Antioxidants elevates the resistance to Cercosporacanescence in interspecific cross of Vigna radiate (Kopergaon) × Vigna mungo (Pant Urd 31)’. Indian Phytopathology.
  • Mohapatra C, Chand R, NavatheS, Sharma S (2016) Histo-chemical and biochemical analysis reveals association of er1 mediated powdery mildew resistance and redox balance in pea Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 106: 54 – 63
  • Kushwaha C , Chand R, Singh AK,Rai R,Srivastava CP,Singh BD, Mohapatra C  (2016)  Lignification and early abortive fungal colonies as indicators of partial resistance to rust in pea. Tropical plant pathologyDOI 10.1007/s40858-016-0071-y. 
  • Mohapatra C, Chand R, Singh VK, Kushwaha C (2016) Identification and Characterisation of Mlogenes in pea (Pisumsativum) vis-à-vis validation of Mlo gene specific markers. Turkish Journal of Biology 40: 184-195 DOI.10.3906/biy-1501-29.

NAAS Journal:

  • Mohapatra C, Chand R, Singh AK, Dixit GP (2017) Principal component analysis for quantitative traits and powdery mildew reistance in pea (Pisum sativum). Journal of Food Legumes 30(2): 43-47.
  • Das S, Pandey P, Rai A, Mohapatra C (2016) A computational system biology approach to construct gene regulatory networks for salinity response in rice (Oryza sativa) Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 85 (12): 1546-52.

Book Chapters:

  • Behera S, Mohapatra C,Singh JP (2021) Pigeon pea diseases and their integrated disease management In Cutting Edge Perspectives in Agricultural and Allied Sciences (Vol I), Scholar’s Press, ISBN no. 978 – 3 –  639- 71361 – 9.
  • Mohapatra C, Mohapatra S (2021) Red rust of guava: An emerging threat  In Food and Agriculture, ESN publications, ISBN no. 978 –  81 – 950305 –  9 – 0.

Popular Articles:

  1. Debnath D, Mohapatra S, Mohapatra C (2021) The trend of increasing economic importance of sheath blight of rice  –  A concern.

Professional affiliations:

  • Annual member of Indian Phytopathological Society

Awards:

  • Young Scientist Award – 2016 on occasion of 18th Indian Agricultural Scientists & Farmers’ Congress.

Teaching interests:


Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Program

University

PLP 101

Fundamentals of Plant Pathology

4(3+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

PLP 102

Diseases of Field & Horticultural Crops and their Management I

3(2+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

PLP 103

Diseases of Field & Horticultural Crops and their Management II

3(2+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

PLP 104

Principles of Integrated Pest and Disease Management

3(2+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

AMB 103

Agricultural Microbiology

2(1+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

HIP 101

Introductory Microbiology

2(1+1)

B. Sc. (Horticulture)

Sri Sri University

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Program

University

PLP 101

Fundamentals of Plant Pathology

4(3+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

PLP 102

Diseases of Field & Horticultural Crops and their Management I

3(2+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

PLP 103

Diseases of Field & Horticultural Crops and their Management II

3(2+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

PLP 104

Principles of Integrated Pest and Disease Management

3(2+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

AMB 103

Agricultural
Microbiology

2(1+1)

B. Sc. (Agriculture)

Sri Sri University

HIP 101

Introductory Microbiology

2(1+1)

B. Sc. (Horticulture)

Sri Sri University

Awards:

  •  Received “Young Scientist Award (2016)” in 18th Indian Agricultural Scientists & Farmers Congress, Bioved Research Institute of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences.
  •  Best Paper Award in 18th Indian Agricultural Scientists & Farmers Congress, Bioved Research Institute of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences (2016)
  • Best Paper Award on ARRW Golden Jubilee International Symposium held at CRRI, Odisha (2013)

What subject you teach at SSU ?

Plant Pathology, Agricultural Microbiology, Elementary Plant Biochemistry

Interests:

Plant Pathology, Molecular Techniques, Phyto chemistry, Bio-informatics, Statistical Analysis

Other Accomplishments:

  • Awarded with UGC Research Fellowship (2012).
  • Acted as Resource Person in Summer Training on Techniques and Tools of Plant Biotechnology at Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi (2015).
  •  Acted as Resource Person in CIMMYT funded CRP training “Spot blotch of wheat: Delivering resistant wheat lines and diagnostic and molecular markers for resistance at Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi (2017).

Journals:

  • Chinmayee Mohapatra, Ramesh Chand, Anil K Singh, and G P Dixit (2017). Principal component analysis for quantitative traits and powdery mildew reistance in pea (Pisum sativum). Journal of Food Legumes 30(2): 43-47
  • Chinmayee Mohapatra, Ramesh Chand, Sudhir Navathe and Sandeep Sharma (2016). Histo-chemical and biochemical analysis reveals association of er1 mediated powdery mildew resistance and redox balance in pea. J. Plant Physiology and
  • Chinmayee Mohapatra, Ramesh Chand, Anil K Singh and Chanda Kushwaha (2016). Identification and characterisation of Mlo genes in pea (Pisum sativum) vis-a-vis validation of Mlo gene specific markers. Turkish Journal of Biology 40:184-195
  • Anuj K.Maurya, Sudhir Navathe, Chinmayee Mohapatra, & Ramesh Chand (2018) Antioxidants elevates the resistance to Cercospora canescence in interspecific cross of Vigna radiate (Kopergaon) × Vigna mungo (Pant Urd 31)’. Indian Phytpathology (Accepted).
  • Chanda Kushwaha, Ramesh Chand, Anil K Singh, Rashmi Rai, C P Srivastava, B D Singh and Chinmayee Mohapatra (2016). Lignification and early abortive fungal colonies as indicators of partial resistance to rust in pea. J. Tropical Plant Pathology.
  • Samarendra Das, Priyanka Pandey, Anil Rai and Chinmayee Mohapatra (2016) A computational system biology approach to construct gene regulatory networks for salinity response in rice (Oryza sativa). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 85(12): 1546-1552.Biochemistry 106: 54-63.