Dr. Debleena Roy

M.Sc., B.Ed. (C.U.), Ph.D (C.U)

Assistant Professor

Department of Botany

About me


Teaching Experience:   UG: 9.5 Yrs,     PG: 1.5 Yrs
Research Interest:  
Study of plant function using both in vivo and in vitro approaches with a system level understanding        of plant metabolism by application of biotechnology. Deciphering the intricate metabolism of important crop and medicinal plants using transcriptome analysis, metabolic profiling and tissue culture based methods for producing sustainable species across climatic barriers.

Publications


List of publications – 5

  1. Debleena Roy and Sandip Mukhopadhyay (2012): Enhanced rosmarinic acid production in cultured in cultured plants of 2 species of Mentha L. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol: 50, Nov, pp 817-825.
  2. Debleena Roy, Hazra Gargi, Sinha Suchita, Saha Rinku and Mallick Bidisha (2016) :A study on soil palynomorph diversity of an area in Kolkata, India, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, Volume 5(5) pp 90-93.
  3. Bidisha Mallick, Suchita Sinha and Debleena Roy (2016): Evaluation of antioxidative potential of field grown and tissue culture derived Mentha piperita L. plants. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. Vol 5(3), 2016 pp 382-391.
  4. Debleena Roy and Sandip Mukhopadhyay (2017): Comparative karyomorphological analyses of in vivo grown plants of Mentha piperita L. and Mentha arvensis L. International Journal of Botany studies. Vol 2(5), 121-126.
  5. Debleena Roy and Bidisha Mallick (2017): Phytochemical analysis of field grown and tissue culture derived Mentha arvensis L. plants with special reference to antioxidative potentials. International Journal of Engineering, Technology and Science Research. Vol 4(11).

Award:
Best poster award in plant Science in 104th Indian Science Congress- 2017

Topic:  An easy approach to augment the antioxidative potentials of peppermint through micropropagation.