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  • Prof Jyoti Jadhav

  • Professor and Head
  • Shivaji University
Publications 2004 - 2021

Publications

  • 134
    Journal Articles
  • 1
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 2
    Review
  • 8
    Projects
  • 8
  • 4
  • 2
  • 102

Citations / H-Index

4138 Citations
34 h-index
2569 Citations

Google Scholar

Co-author Network


Expertise

Bioremediation and biotransformation

Phytoremediation of textile industries effluent and neurodegenerative disease

Personal Information

Prof Jyoti Jadhav

Female
Department of Biochemistry Shivaji University, Vidya Nagar
Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India - 416004


Experience

  • Professor and Head

    Department of Biochemistry

    Shivaji University

  • Professor

    Shivaji University

  • Associate Professor

    Shivaji University

  • Assistant Professor

    Shivaji University


Qualification

  • PhD

    Shivaji University, Kolhapur


Honours and Awards

2016

 Best Teacher Award

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

2011

 Women Scientist Award

Biotechnology Research Society of India.

2016

 Best Teacher Award

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

2011

 Women Scientist Award

Biotechnology Research Society of India.

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2020

Phytochemical investigation and molecular phylogeny of Drimia species.

Mrs. Bharati Rajput, Shivaji University

2019

Exploring yeast as a potential source for the production of Anti- Parkinson’s drug L-DOPA

Dr. Gurme S. T., Shivaji University

2019

Tyrosinase: characterization and inhibition studies

Dr. Mulla T. R., Shivaji University

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2020

Phytochemical investigation and molecular phylogeny of Drimia species.

Mrs. Bharati Rajput, Shivaji University

2019

Exploring yeast as a potential source for the production of Anti- Parkinson’s drug L-DOPA

Dr. Gurme S. T., Shivaji University

2019

Tyrosinase: characterization and inhibition studies

Dr. Mulla T. R., Shivaji University

2018

Use of Microbial Inulinase for the fructose formation from inulin containing plants

Dr. Kamble P. P., Shivaji University

2017

Pesticide hazards: Strategies for remediation by microbes

Dr. Kolekar P. D. , Shivaji University

2017

Study on Mucuna sanjappae, a new Mucuna species for its anti-Parkinson activity

Dr. Patil R. R., Shivaji University

2017

Biochemical study of multifunctional laccase and their application

Dr. Surwase S. V., Shivaji University

2015

Fungal chitinases and their biotechnological applications

Dr. Patil N. S. , Shivaji University

2015

Use of common garden plants for degradation of textile dyes

Dr. Watharkar A.D., Shivaji University

2015

Use of underutilized tropical fruits Anacardium occidentale and Carissa spp. For wine production with special emphasis on metabolomics

Dr. Apine O. A., Shivaji University

2014

Biotechnological approach for the production of L-DOPA and melanin

Dr. Patil S. A, Shivaji University

2013

Phytoremediation approach for removal of environmental pollutants

Dr. Adki V. S., Shivaji University

2013

Keratin degradation using bacterial keratinase and its biotechnological applications

Dr. Gurav R. G., Shivaji University

2013

Biotechnological strategies for the study of L-DOPA from fungal and plant sources

Dr. Inamdar S. A, Shivaji University

2013

Evaluation of phytoremediation potential of Sesuvium portulacastrum and Tagetes patula for the degradation of textile dyes

Dr. Patil A. V., Shivaji University

2011

Penicillum oschrocoloum: for biodegradation of textile

Dr. Shedbalkar U.U., Shivaji University

2011

Microbial systems for the bioremediation of toxicants

Dr. Phugare S. S., Shivaji University

2011

A novel approach for the biotransformation of L-tyrosine to melanin by microbial systems.

Dr. Surwase S. N., Shivaji University

2011

Ecofriendly Approach for the Removal of Environmental Toxicants

Dr. Jadhav S. B., Shivaji University

2010

Thermodynamic studies of Energetics for amino acids and insulin in aqueous and perturbed aqueous solutions

Dr. Kurhe D. N., Shivaji University

2009

Biotechnological approach for textile dye degradation

Dr. Kalyani D. C, Shivaji University

2009

Bioremediation: A new approach for

Dr. Dhanve R. S., Shivaji University

2009

Microbial Inocula for biotransformation of textile dyes.

Dr. Patil P. S., Shivaji University

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Research Projects

Research and Development in Jaggery process and development

Funding Agency : RGSTC

Integrated eco-electrogenic system for efficient and sustainable treatment of textile wastewater”

Funding Agency : DBT, New Delhi

Conversion of Traditional Jaggery Rounds into Free Flowing Stable Jaggery Granules

Funding Agency : RGSTC, Mumbai

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Research and Development in Jaggery process and development

Funding Agency : RGSTC

Integrated eco-electrogenic system for efficient and sustainable treatment of textile wastewater”

Funding Agency : DBT, New Delhi

Conversion of Traditional Jaggery Rounds into Free Flowing Stable Jaggery Granules

Funding Agency : RGSTC, Mumbai

Construction of wetland-A phytoremediation treatment process for the degradation of dyes from textile effluent

Funding Agency : DBT, New Delhi

DBT-Shivaji University Kolhapur-Interdisciplinary Programme on Life Science for Advanced Research and Education

Funding Agency : DBT, New Delhi

Biotechnology Departments Sophisticated Instrumentation Facilities

Funding Agency : Government of Maharashtra

Biodegradation of textile dyes (Scarlet RR, Rubine GFL, Brown 3REL, Methyl Red, Brilliant Blue, Golden Yellow HER and Remazol Red) using Galactomyces geotrichum MTCC 1360 and consortia with Brevibacillus laterosporus.

Funding Agency : DBT, New Delhi

Biodegradation of triphenylmethane dyes Penicillium ochrochloron (SERB-Fast Track Young Scientist Scheme)

Funding Agency : DST, New Delhi

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Patents





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