Sourav Sengupta

  • Qualification: M.Sc.
  • Designation: Part Time teacher
  • Contact No: 9831226987
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  • Area of Specialization: Plant physiology, Ecology and Pant Taxonomy

Research Extension:

Ecology and Plant Physiology

Teaching Experience:

Theory and practical classes for Honours and General students


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Important Publication:


Sengupta, S.  Medda, C. and Dewanji, A. (2010) The impact of duckweed growth on water quality in subtropical ponds. Environmentalist 30: 353-360 (Springer, Netherlands).

 Mukhopadhyay, G. Sengupta, S. and Dewanji, A. (2008) Changes in biomass and nutrient content of Nymphoides hydrophylla (Lour.) O. Kuntz. in a tropical pond: a comparison with other tropical      and temperate species. Aquatic Ecology 42(4): 597-605 (Springer, Netherlands; JCR Impact factor =1.105) 

Mukhopadhyay, G. Sengupta, S. and Dewanji, A. (2007) Aquatic flora in two Indian ponds near Kolkata, West Bengal: implications for conservation. Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy 14(1): 13-24 (Bangladesh Associations of Plant Taxonomists).


Sengupta, S. Mukhopadhyay, G. and Dewanji, A. (2005) Lemna aequinoctialis: a cheap source of  biofertilizer. In: Mathur, S.M., Mathur, A.N., Trivedy, R.K., Bhatt, Y.C. and Mohont, P. (Eds.) Aquatic Weeds: Problems, Control and Management. Himanshu Publications, New Delhi, India. 60-66 pp. (ISBN: 81-7906-021-7).

Sengupta, S. Mukhopadhyay, G. and Dewanji, A. (2005) Potentiality of Lemna aequinoctialis in controlling Eutrophication. In: Banerjee,A., Mallic, B., Sarkar, D., Datta, H., Chakrabarti, J., Bhattacharya,P., Mandal, R. and Mandal, S. (Eds.) Combating Disaster Perspectives in the New Milenium. ACB Pulications, Kolkata, India. 387-390 pp. (ISBN: 81-87500-29-8).

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