Department Details

Department of Zoology

1)    Wankhade, V. (2020). Animal-derived biopolymers in food and biomedical technology. In K. Pal, I. Banerjee(Eds.), Biopolymer-Based Formulations: Biomedical and Food Applications (pp.139-152). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128168981/9780128168974.
2)    Bankar, T.N., Dar, M.A., Pandit, R.S. (2018). Diversity and Functions of Chromophores in Insects: A Review. In M.M. Shah, U. Sharif(Eds.), Insect Science: Diversity, Conservation and Nutrition (pp.1-18). United Kingdom: IntechOpen. ISBN: 9781789234558/9781789234541.
3)    Bhute, S.S., Ghaskadbi, S.S., Shouche, Y.S. (2017). Rare Biosphere in Human Gut: A Less Explored Component of Human Gut Microbiota and Its Association with Human Health. In V. C. Kalia., Y. Shouch., H. J. Purohit., P. Rahi(Eds.), Mining of Microbial Wealth and MetaGenomics (pp.133-142). Singapore: Springer. ISBN: 9789811057076 / 9789811057083.
4)    Dar, M.A., Pawar, K.D., Pandit, R.S. (2017). Gut Microbiome Analysis of Snails: A Biotechnological Approach. In S. Ray(Ed.), Organismal and Molecular Malacology. European Union: InTech. ISBN: 9789535133063/9789535133056.
5)    Kasote, D.M., Sharbidre, A.A. (2015). Plant Lignans: Potent Anticancer Agents. In V. Gupta(Ed.), Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine (pp.259-282). New Delhi: Daya Publishing House. ISBN: 9789351246749.
6)    Kharat, M.D., Kaur, J., Pai, K. (2014). Effect of Aerva sanguinolenta (Linn.) Blume on Leishmania donovani parasites causative organism of visceral leishmaniasis. In A.K. Chauhan, P. Pushpangadan, V. George(Eds.), Natural Products: Recent Advances (pp.257–275). Write & Print Publications. ISBN: 8192970531/9788192970530.
7)    Jhankar Acharya, Ghaskadbi, S.S. (2014). Free Radicals and Islet Function. In I. Laher(Ed.), Systems Biology of Free Radicals and Antioxidants (pp.3339-3360). Berlin: Springer Verlag . ISBN: 9783642300172/9783642300189.
8)    Deobagkar, D. (2012). DNA Methylation and Toxicogenomics. In S.C. Sahu(Ed.), Toxicology and Epigenetics (pp.25-50). United States: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN: 111997609X/9781119976097.
9)    Khole, S., Londhe, J., Ghaskadbi, S.S., Devasagayam, T.P.A. (2011). Beneficial effects of Indian Herbs for the treatment of Diabetes. In A. Farooqui, T. Farooqui(Eds.) , Phytochemicals & Human Health: Pharmacological & Molecular Aspects - A Tribute to Late Professor Bimal Kumar Bachhawat (Food Science and Technology) (pp.315-343). US: Nova Science . ISBN: 1617611964/ 9781617611964.
10)    Nath, B.B., Babrekar, A.A. (2011). Implications of hypoxic stress in Chironomus ramosus larvae with reference to iron. In Wang Xinhua, Wei Liu , Contemporary Chironomid Studies (pp.334-345 ). China: Nankai University Press. ISBN: 9787310037148.
11)    Pai, K., Jadhav, N., Poduval, T.B. (2011). Need for New therapeutics. In H.P. Thakur(Ed.), Kala-azar- Emerging Perspectives and Prospects in South Asia (pp.205-224). New Delhi: Mittal Publications. ISBN: 818324355X/9788183243551.

Publications Before 2011

12)    Pai, K., Aggrawal, N.R., Sundar, S. (2000). Infections and immunity in old age. In I.S. Gambhir(Ed.), The Frontiers in Geriatric Medicine (pp.66-74). Varanasi: Division of Geriatrics, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University.
13)    Sundar, S., Pai, K., Lahiri, A. (1996). Cytokines in Visceral Leishmaniasis. In S. Sundar, K. Pai, A. Lahiri(Eds.), Indian Kala-azar (pp.86-106). Varanasi: M/s Khandelwal Offsets .
14)    Sundar, S., Pai, K. (1996). Targeted Drug Delivery System in Visceral Leishmaniasis. In S. Sundar, K. Pai, A. Lahiri(Eds.), Indian Kala-azar (pp.107-118). Varanasi: M/s Khandelwal Offsets.
15)    Baby, T.G., Reddy, S.R.R. (1982). Enzymes of Arginine Metabolism in the Lizard Calotes Versicolor. In A. Lowenthal, A. Mori, B. Marescau(Eds.), Urea Cycle Diseases (pp.303-310). Boston: Springer. ISBN: 9781475769036.