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Assistant Professor

Qualification :
M.Phil-PhD (JNU, NewDelhi)

Specialization : 

Plant Physiology, Molecular Biology, and Biotechnology

EXPERIENCE : 

Research and Teaching: 11 Years

Illustrates the changing climate to be the most challenging factor for crop productivity and the global food security. To explore the physiological and molecular background of multiple environmental stress resistance in crop plants, which can be used in developing stress tolerant varieties of crops. He also emphasizes the importance of taking such more attempts for exploiting the stress affected environment of the country to meet the growing demand of increasing population"

  • Publications:
    1. Basu S, Prabhakar AA, Kumari S, Aabha, Kumar RR, Shekhar S, Prakash K, Singh JP, Singh GP, Prasad R, Kumar G* (2021) Micronutrient and redox homeostasis contribute to Moringa oleifera-regulated drought tolerance in wheat. Plant Growth Regulation (Accepted)
    2. Kumar A, Basu S, Rishu AK, Kumar G* (2021) Revisiting the mechanisms of arsenic uptake, transport and detoxification in plants. Environmental and Experimental Botany 194:104730. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envexpbot.2021.104730)
    3. Basu S, Kumar G* (2021) Exploring the significant contribution of silicon in regulation of cellular redox homeostasis for conferring stress tolerance in plants. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 166:393-404. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2021.06.005)
    4. Kumar A, Basu S, Kumar G* (2021) Evaluating the effect of seed-priming for improving arsenic tolerance in rice. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology (https://doi.org/10.1007/s13562-021-00666-0)
    5. Basu S, Kumari S, Kumar A, Shahid R, Kumar S, Kumar G* (2021) Nitro-oxidative stress induces the formation of roots' cortical aerenchyma in rice under osmotic stress. Physiologia Plantarum 172(2):963-975. (https://doi.org/10.1111/ppl.13415)
    6. Basu S, Kumari S, Kumar P, Kumar G*, Rajwanshi R, (2021) Redox imbalance impedes photosynthetic activity in rice by disrupting cellular membrane integrity and induces programmed cell death under submergence. Physiologia Plantarum 172(3):1764-1778. (https://doi.org/10.1111/ppl.13387)
    7. Mishra M#, Wungrampha S#, Kumar G#, Singla‑Pareek SL, Pareek A (2021) How do rice seedlings of landrace Pokkali survive in saline fields after transplantation? Physiology, biochemistry, and photosynthesis. Photosynthesis Research 150:117-135. (https://doi.org/10.1007/s11120-020-00771-6) (#Equally contributed)
    8. Basu S, Kumar A, Benazir I, Kumar G* (2021) Reassessing the role of ion homeostasis for improving salinity tolerance in crop plants. Physiologia Plantarum 171(4):502-519. (https://doi.org/10.1111/ppl.13112)
    9. Basu S#, Kumar G#, Kumari N, Kumari S, Shekhar S, Kumar S, Rajwanshi R (2020) Reactive oxygen species and reactive nitrogen species induce lysigenous aerenchyma formation through programmed cell death in rice roots under submergence. Environmental and Experimental Botany 177:104118. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envexpbot.2020.104118) (#Equally contributed)
    10. Kumar S, Dwivedi SK, Basu S, Kumar G, Koley TK, Rao KK, Choudhary AK, Mondal S, Kumar S, Bhakta N, Bhatt BP, Paul RK (2020) Anatomical, agro-morphological and physiological changes in rice under cumulative and stage specific drought conditions prevailed in eastern region of India. Field Crops Research 245:107658. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fcr.2019.107658)
    11. Dwivedi SK, Basu S, Kumar S, Kumari S, Kumar A, Jha S, Mishra JS, Bhatt BP, Kumar G* (2019) Enhanced antioxidant enzyme activities in developing anther contributes to heat stress alleviation and sustains grain yield in wheat. Functional Plant Biology 46(12):1090-1102. (https://doi.org/10.1071/FP19016)
    12. Mishra SK, Kumar N, Kumar G, Kashav T, Prakash K (2018) Recombinant human interferon regulatory factor-1 (IRF-1) protein expression and solubilisation study in coli. Molecular Biology Reports 45(5):1367-1374. (https://doi.org/10.1007/s11033-018-4298-1)
    13. Dwivedi SK, Kumar G, Basu S, Kumar S, Rao KK, Choudhary AK (2018) Physiological and molecular aspects of heat tolerance in wheat. SABRAO Journal of Breeding and Genetics 50(2):192-216.
    14. Nutan KK, Kumar G, Singla-Pareek SL, Pareek A (2018) A salt overly sensitive pathway member from Brassica juncea BjSOS3 can functionally complement ΔAtsos3 in Arabidopsis. Current Genomics 19(1):60-69. (https://doi.org/10.2174/1389202918666170228133621)
    15. Basu S, Giri RK, Benazir I, Kumar S, Rajwanshi R, Dwivedi SK, Kumar G* (2017) Comprehensive physiological analyses and reactive oxygen species profiling in drought tolerant rice genotypes under salinity stress. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants 23(4):837-850. (https://doi.org/10.1007/s12298-017-0477-0)
    16. Dwivedi SK, Basu S, Kumar S, Kumar G, Prakash V, Kumar S, Mishra JS, Bhatt BP, Malviya N, Singh GP, Arora A (2017) Heat stress induced impairment of starch mobilisation regulates pollen viability and grain yield in wheat: Study in Eastern Indo-Gangetic Plains. Field Crops Research 206:106-114. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fcr.2017.03.006)
    17. Kaur C, Kumar G, Kaur S, Ansari MW, Pareek A, Sopory SK, Singla-Pareek SL (2015) Molecular cloning and characterization of salt overly sensitive gene promoter from Brassica juncea (BjSOS2) Molecular Biology Reports 42(6):1139-1148. (DOI: 10.1007/s11033-015-3851-4)
    18. Soni P, Kumar G, Soda N, Singla-Pareek SL, Pareek A (2013) Salt overly sensitive pathway members are influenced by diurnal rhythm in rice. Plant Signaling and Behaviour 8(7):e24738 (https://doi.org/10.4161/psb.24738) (#Equally contributed)
    19. Kumar G, Kushwaha HR, Kumari S, Joshi R, Karan R, Panjabi-Sabharwal V, Singla-Pareek SL, Pareek A (2012) Clustered metallothionein genes are co-regulated in rice and overexpression of OsMT1e confers multiple abiotic stress tolerance via ROS scavenging. BMC Plant Biology 12:107. (https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2229-12-107)
    20. Kumar G, Kushwaha HR, Singla-Pareek SL, Pareek A (2012) Cloning, structural and expression analysis of OsSOS2 in contrasting cultivars of rice under salinity stress. Genes, Genomes and Genomics 6(1):34-41.
    21. Kushwaha HR#, Kumar G#, Verma PK, Singla-Pareek SL, Pareek A (2011) Analysis of a salinity induced BjSOS3 protein from Brassica indicate it to be structurally and functionally related to its ortholog from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 49(9):996-1004. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2011.03.013) (#Equally contributed)
    22. Kumar G, Purty RS, Singla-Pareek S, Pareek A (2009) Maintenance of stress related transcripts in tolerant cultivar at a level higher than sensitive one appears to be a conserved salinity response among plants. Plant Signaling and Behaviour 4(5): 431-434. (https://doi.org/10.4161/psb.4.5.8298)
    23. Kumar G, Purty RS, Sharma MP, Singla-Pareek S, Pareek A (2009) Physiological responses among Brassica species under salinity stress show strong correlation with transcript abundance for SOS pathway related genes. Journal of Plant Physiology 166(5):507-520. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jplph.2008.08.001)
    24. Purty RS, Kumar G, Singla-Pareek SL, Pareek A (2008) Towards salinity tolerance in Brassica: an overview. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants 14:39-49. (https://doi.org/10.1007/s12298-008-0004-4)
  • Patent:
    1. Method for Enhancing Regeneration Frequency of Brassica species and Medium therefor” Indian Patent Appn. no. 1682/DEL/2008, International [PCT] application No.PCT/IN2009/000402.
    2. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” Indian Patent Application No. 1896/DEL/2008
    3. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” Patent 299477 granted in India on 31st July 2018.
    4. International [PCT] application No. PCT/IN2009/000444. National phase applications filed in several countries [granted on 12 January 2016 with USPTO number US 9,234,189 B2]
    5. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” granted in Phillippines; PH 1-2011-500293 on 11 Feb. 2016.
    6. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” ZL 2009 8 0131254.4 granted in China on 22 Jun. 2016.
    7. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” EP 2350284 granted in Europe on 14 Mar. 2018.
    8. A method for cloning a hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene and an expression vector comprising the hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene; VN 1-2011-00649 granted in Vietnam on 28 Jun.2018
    9. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” DE 602009051271.4 DE/EP 2350284 validated in Germany.
    10. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” ES/EP 2350284 validated in Spain.
    11. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” FR/EP 2350284 validated in France.
    12. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” NL/EP 2350284 validated in Netherland.
    13. Hybrid-type Histidine Kinase Gene Isolated from Indica Rice IR64, and Clones Produced Thereby” UK/EP 2350284 validated in United Kingdom.
  • Gene Bank Submissions: NCBI
    1. Accession No. EF206779 : Brassica juncea Na+/H+ antiporter (SOS1) mRNA, partial cds.
    2. Accession No. EF190471 : Brassica juncea SOS2-like protein mRNA, complete cds.
    3. Accession No. DQ248965: Brassica juncea calcium sensing protein mRNA, complete cds.
  • Book Chapter:
    1. Basu S, Sarkar S, Prasad R, Kumar G (2022) Current approaches for alleviating abiotic stress tolerance in crops: role of beneficial microorganisms. In: Environmental and microbial biotechnology. Springer, Singapore (In Press)
    2. Sarkar S, Basu S, Prasad R, Kumar G (2022) Phytoremediation: Mechanistic approach for eliminating heavy metal toxicity from environment. In: Phytoremediation for environmental sustainability. Springer, Singapore (In Press)
    3. Sarkar S, Basu S, Kumar G (2022) Sustainable crop production under abiotic stress conditions. In: Agriculture and climate change: Impacts and solutions. Brillion Publishing, New Delhi - pp. 143-154. (In Press)
    4. Sarkar S, Basu S, Kumar G (2022) Impacts of climate change on C3 and C4 plant metabolic pathways. In: Agriculture and climate change: Impacts and solutions. Brillion Publishing, New Delhi - pp. 25-36. (In Press)
    5. Kumari S, Basu S, Kumar G (2022) Effects of concurrent elevation in temperature and carbon dioxide on growth, carbon metabolism and flowering in plants. In: Agriculture and climate change: Impacts and solutions. Brillion Publishing, New Delhi - pp. 7-23. (In Press)
    6. Basu S, Kumar G (2021) Plant microbe interaction for changing endophytic colonization to improve plant productivity. In: New and future developments in microbial biotechnology and bioengineering (1st Edition). Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands pp. 137-147. (https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-64325-4.00012-2)
    7. Basu S, Kumar G, Chhabra S, Prasad R (2021) Role of soil microbes in biogeochemical cycle for enhancing soil fertility. In: New and future developments in microbial biotechnology and bioengineering (1st Edition). Elsevier, pp. 149-157. (https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-64325-4.00013-4)
    8. Basu S, Kumar G (2020) Stress signalling in the phytomicrobiome: breadth and potential. In: Phyto-Microbiome in stress regulation. environmental and microbial biotechnology. Springer, Singapore, pp. 245-268. (https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-2576-6_12)
    9. Basu S, Kumar G (2020) Nitrogen fixation in a legume-rhizobium symbiosis: the roots of a success story. In: Plant microbe symbiosis. Springer, Singapore, pp. 35-53. (https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36248-5_3)
    10. Singh P, Basu S, Kumar G (2018) Polyamines metabolism: a way ahead for abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants. In: Biochemical, physiological and molecular avenues for combating abiotic stress tolerance in plants. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 39-55. (https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-813066-7.00003-6)
    11. Basu S, Kumar G (2017) Strategies to retard postharvest pericarp browning in lychee fruit. In: The lychee biotechnology. Springer, Singapore, pp. 265-279. (https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-3644-6_9)
    12. Gill SS, Gill R, Kumar G, Pareek A, Sharma PC, Anjum NA, Tuteja N (2012) Mustard: approaches for crop improvement and abiotic stress tolerance. In: Improving crop resistance to abiotic stress (Vol. 2). Wiley Wiley-VCH VerlagGmbH & Co., Weinheim, pp. 1351-1368. (https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527632930.ch52)
  • Awards:
    1. 2018, First Poster Award in International Conference Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi
    2. 2017, Bharat Vikas Award National Institutes of Self Reliance, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
    3. 2016, SURE Young Scientist Award-2015 for outstanding contribution in the field of Plant physiology and Biochemistry, by the Society for Upliftment of Rural Economy Varanasi (UP) India
    4. 2016, First Poster Award in National Conference on “Rural Livelihood Security through Innovative Agri-entrepreneurship (RLSIAe)” 12 - 13 March, ICAR-CPRI, Patna
    5. 2012, Young Scientist Travel Award by DST, Government of India to participate in Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance II, Vienna, Austria, 22th -25th February, 2012
    6. 2010, First Poster Award in Indo-US Workshop on Plant Genomic in Crop Improvement with Reference To Biotic And Abiotic Stresses, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, India 25th -27th February 2010.
    7. 2009, International travel grants Award by CSIR, Government of India to participate in 6th International Rice Genetic Symposium, Manila, Philippines, and 16th -19th November 2009.
    8. 2010, Meritorious students in Life Sciences Awarded Senior Research Fellowship by The University Grants Commission, Govt. of India.
    9. 2007-09, Meritorious students in Life Sciences Awarded the Junior Research Fellowship by The University Grants Commission, Govt. of India.
  • Projects:
    1. Ongoing
    2. “Evaluating the impact of concomitant high temperature and drought stress on reproductive development in rice genotypes of Eastern Indo-Gangetic Plains” granted by Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Core Research Grant, Govt. of India, New Delhi [2019-2022]
    3. Completed
    4. “Comprehensive study on drought tolerance mechanism in rice cultivars of Eastern India with a focus on primary level of stress perception” Start-up grant for Young Scientists, SERB, Govt. of India, New Delhi [2015-18]
    5. “Genetic Improvement of Makhana (Euryale ferox Salisbury) through Gamma Radiation” Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS), Govt. of India, Mumbai [2014-17]
    6. “Impact of salinity on plant physiology and ionic variations in different cultivars of Rice in Eastern region of India” UGC –Start-up grant, Govt. of India [2013-15]
    Teaching courses
  1. Plant Pathology and Applied Plant Science (BSc-Bed.)
  2. Plant physiology and Developmental Biology (BSc-Bed.)
  3. Cell Biology (M.Sc.)
  4. Metabolism (MSc.)
  5. Plant Genetic Engineering (M.Sc.)
  6. Physiology of Plant System (M.Sc.)
  7. Fundamental Research and Methodology (Ph.D.)
  8. Scope and Techniques of Research in Biological Sciences (Ph.D.)
  9. Practical’s in Life Sciences
    Collaborators
  1. ICAR research complex for eastern region, Patna
  2. ICAR-Indian Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology, Ranchi
  3. Stress Physiology and Molecular Biology Laboratory, School of Life Sciences, JNU, New Delhi
  4. Plant Molecular Biology, ICGEB, New Delhi
  5. Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU, Varanasi
  6. Assam University, Silchar
    University administration
  1. Coordinator of Life Science Programme
  2. Head in Charge of Department of Life Science
  3. Member of Academic Council of the Central University of South Bihar
  4. Chairman and Convener of Board of Studies for the Department of Life Science
  5. Member Secretary of Department Research Degree Committee (DRDC) for the Department of Life Science
  6. Member of Board of Studies for the Department of Biotechnology
  7. Member of Research Advisory Committee for the Department of Biotechnology
  8. Member of Community Development Cell of the Central University of South Bihar
  9. Special Invitee in University Admission, Teaching and Evaluation Committee (UATEC)
  10. Member of Board of Examiner’s for the Department of Life Science
  11. Chairman of Department Purchase committee
  12. Member of Department Purchase committee
  13. Member of Anti-ragging squad for CUSB campus