Department Details

Department of Microbiology

1)    Bodade, R.G., (2024). Secondary metabolites from Serratia sp. and their applications. In K. A. Abd-Elsalam (Eds.), Bacterial Secondary Metabolites : Synthesis and Applications in Agroecosystem Nanobiotechnology for Plant Protection (pp.259-275 ). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323952514.
2)    Bodade. R. G., Lonkar, K. (2023). Antifungal activity of microbial secondary metabolites. In K. A Abd-Elsalam(Ed.), Nanohybrid Fungicides (pp.171-199). Cambridge, United States: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780443239502.
3)    Bodade, R.G. (2023). Bioactive compounds from endophytic microorganisms. In A. Kumar (Eds.), Microbial Biomolecules Emerging Approach in Agriculture, Pharmaceuticals and Environment Management Developments in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (pp.135-158). United States: Academic Press. ISBN: 9780323958509.
4)    Bodade, R.G., Kumar, R., Kutty, R. (2023). Crop plant-mediated nanoparticle synthesis and applications. In S. Bhunia (Eds.), Nanoparticles in Green Organic Synthesis Strategy Towards Sustainability Advances in Green and Sustainable Chemistry (pp.351-399). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323959216.
5)    Kurade, M.B., Jadhav, U.U., Phugare, S.S., Kalyani, D.C., Govindwar, S.P. (2023). Global scenario and technologies for the treatment of textile wastewater. In S. P. Govindwar(Eds.), Current Developments in Bioengineering and Biotechnology: Advances in Eco-friendly and Sustainable Technologies for the Treatment of Textile Wastewater (pp.1-43). Netherland: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323912358.
6)    Patil, D., Dawkar, V., Jadhav, U. (2022). Ecology and Diversity of Microaerophilic Fungi Including Endophytes. In Sahay. S(Ed.), Extremophilic Fungi (pp.195–218). Switzerland: Springer. ISBN: 9789811649066.
7)    Bodade, R., Lonkar, K. (2022). Extremophilic Fungal Amylases: Screening, Purification, Assay, and Applications.. In S. Sahay(Ed.), Extremophilic Fungi (pp.465-487). Singapore: Springer. ISBN: 9789811649073.
8)    Satpute, S., Nawani, N., Sharma, D., Junnarkar, M. (2022). Lactic acid bacteria in food quality enrichment: Innovations and Functional Aspects. In R. C. Ray(Eds.), Lactic Acid Bacteria in Food Biotechnology (pp.163-180). Netherland: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323898751.
9)    Biswal, B.K., Jadhav, U.U., Patil, D., Yang, E.H. (2022). Physicochemical and biological methods for treatment of municipal solid waste incineration ash to reduce its potential adverse impacts on groundwater. In M. Kumar(Eds.), Contaminants of Emerging Concerns and Reigning Removal Technologies (pp.221-255). London: Taylor & Francis. ISBN: 9781003247869.
10)    Mundada, P.S., Kadam, S.B., Pable, A.A., Barvkar, V.T. (2022). Recent Advances and Applicability of GBS, GWAS, and GS in Millet Crops. In H. Sonah(Eds.), Genotyping by Sequencing for Crop Improvement (pp.270-294). United States: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN: 9781119745655.
11)    Devale, A., Sawant, R., Pardesi, K., Satpute, S., Mujumdar, S. (2022). Rhamnolipids (RLs) Green Solution for Global Hydrocarbon Pollution. In R.Z. Sayyed(Eds.), Microbial Surfactants (pp.208-225). Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis. ISBN: 9781003260165.
12)    Bharde, A. A. (2022). Targeting Redox Homeostasis in Tumor Cells Using Nanoparticles . In S. Chakraborti(Ed.), Handbook of Oxidative Stress in Cancer: Therapeutic Aspects (pp.3099–3115). Singapore: Springer. ISBN: 9789811654213.
13)    Bhapkar, S., Pol, R., Patil, D., Pable, A., Jadhav, U.U. (2022). Whole Cell Application Potential of Extremophilic Fungi in Bioremediation. In S. Sahay(Ed.), Extremophilic Fungi (pp.557–579). Switzerland: Springer. ISBN: 9789811649073.
14)    Ghosh, S., Bhagwat, T., Chopade, B.A., Webster, T.J. (2021). Patents, technology transfer, and commercialization aspects of biogenic nanoparticles. In S. Ghosh(Eds.), Nanobiotechnology: Microbes and Plant Assisted Synthesis of Nanoparticles, Mechanisms and Applications (pp.323-339). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128228784.
15)    Gunjal, A.B., Kapadnis, B.P. (2021). Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria as Bioinoculants for Plant Growth. In S. Joshi(Eds.), Biotechnology for Sustainable Environment (pp.373). Singapore: Springer Verlag. ISBN: 9789811619540.
16)    Lonkar, K., Bodade, R. (2021). Potential Role of Endophytes in Weeds and Herbicide Tolerance in Plants. In H. Mohamed(Eds.), Plant Growth-Promoting Microbes for Sustainable Biotic and Abiotic Stress Management (pp.227-250). Switzerland: Springer. ISBN: 9783030665876.
17)    Sawant, R., Devale, A., Mujumdar, S., Pardesi, K., Shouche, Y. (2021). Promising Strategies for Economical Production of Biosurfactants The Green Molecules. In R.Z. Sayyed(Eds.), Microbial Surfactants (pp.266-286). Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis. ISBN: 9781003056638.
18)    Bodade, R.G., Bodade, A.G. (2020). Microencapsulation of bioactive compounds and enzymes for therapeutic applications. In K .Pal(Eds.), Biopolymer-Based Formulations: Biomedical and Food Applications (pp.381-404). United States: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128168974.
19)    Pardesi, K., Pable, A., Bhagat, D., Satpute, S. (2019). Applications of metal nanoparticles to combat biofilm forming ESKAPE pathogens.. In S. Joshi(Eds.) , Recent Advances in Biotechnology (pp.1-38). United States: Nova science publishers, Inc.. ISBN: 9781536158601.
20)    Satpute, S., Das, P., Pardesi, K., Mone, N.S., Sharma, D., Banat, I. (2019). Biosurfactants from lactic acid bacteria. In R. Thavasi(Eds.), Microbial Biosurfactants and their Environmental and Industrial Applications (pp.129-173). United States: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis. ISBN: 9781138197954.
21)    Gunjal, A.B., Waghmode, M.S., Patil, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2018). Endophytes and Their Role in Phytoremediation and Biotransformation Process. In A. Sharma(Eds.), Microbial Biotechnology in Environmental Monitoring and Cleanup (pp.238-251). India: IGI Global. ISBN: 9781522531265.
22)    Patwardhan, R.B., Dhakephalkar, P.K., Chopade, B.A., Dhavale, D.D., Bhonde, R.R. (2018). Nanomaterials as Enhanced Antimicrobial Agent/Activity-Enhancer for Transdermal Applications: A Review. In A. M. Grumezescu(Ed.), Antimicrobial Nanoarchitectonics (pp.279-321). Netherland: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323527330.
23)    Chakankar, M., Jadhav, U., Hocheng, H. (2018). Recovery of silver from industrial wastes: Strategies and technologies. In S. Sabir(Ed.), Silver Recovery From Assorted Spent Sources: Toxicology Of Silver Ions (pp.177-203). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Ltd.. ISBN: 9781786344588.
24)    Seelam, J.S., Pant D., Patil S.A., Kapadnis, B.P. (2015). Biological electricity production from wastes and wastewaters. In V.C. Kalia(Ed.) , Microbial Factories: Biodiversity, Biofuels, Biopolymers, Bioactive molecules and Waste treatment . India: Springer. ISBN: 9788132225942.
25)    Jadhav, U., Hocheng, H. (2015). Process of Biological Machining. In A. Y. Ching(Eds.), Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering and Technology (pp.1687-1713 ). Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. ISBN: 9781447146704.
26)    Gunjal A.B., Gadekar V., Nawani N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2015). Value addition to Agro-industrial Byproducts. In A. Pandey(Eds.), Advances in Biotechnology (pp.76-90). New Delhi, India: I.K. International Publishing House. ISBN: 9789384588090.
27)    Hocheng, H., Tsai, H., Jadhav, U., Wang, K., Lin, T. (2014). Laser Surface Patterning. In B. Yilbas(Eds.), Comprehensive Materials Processing (pp.75-113 ). Ireland: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780080965338.
28)    Ahiwale, S., Koparde, P., Deore, P., Gunal, V., Kapadnis, B.P. (2012). Bacteriophage Based Technology for Disinfection of Different Water Systems. In T. Satyanarayana, B.N. Johri, A. Prakash(Eds.), Microorganisms in Environmental Management: Microbes and Environment (pp.289-314). India: Springer. ISBN: 9789400722293.
29)    Bankar, A.V., Zinjarde, S.S., Kapadnis, B.P. (2012). Management of heavy metal pollution by using yeast biomass. In T. Satyanarayana(Eds.) , Microorganisms in environmental management (pp.335-363). Germany: Springer . ISBN: 9789400722286.
30)    Prakash, D., Nawani, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2012). Microbial mining of value added products from seafood waste and their applications. In A. Prakash(Eds.), Microorganisms in Environmental Management: Microbes and Environment (pp.315-334). India: Springer. ISBN: 9789400722293.

Publications Before 2011

31)    Prakash, D., Nawani, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2010). Indigenous and recombinant chitinases as biocontrol agents against plant pathogens: a comparative study. Pest Technology. United Kingdom: Global Science Books.
32)    Satpute, S.K., Bhuyan, S.S., Pardesi, K.R., Mujumdar, S.S., Dhakephalkar, P.K., Shete, A.M., Chopade, B.A. (2010). Molecular genetics of biosurfactant synthesis in microorganisms . In R. Sen(Ed.), Biosurfactants (pp.14-41). New York, United States: Springer. ISBN: 9781441959782.
33)    Prakash, D., Nawani, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2009). Chitin: a target for biological control of agricultural pests. In P. Ponmurugan(Eds.), Role of Biocontrol Agents for Disease Management in Sustainable Agriculture (pp.456-468). Research India Publications.
34)    Nawani, N. N., Shejul, M.S., Al-Mahdi, A.Y., Kapadnis, B.P. (2006). Bioactive potential of actinomycetes from India and Saudi Arabia. In D.K. Maheshwari(Eds.) , Biotechnological Applications of Microorganisms: A Techno-Commer (pp.161-180). India: I.K. International Publishing House. ISBN: 9788188237975.
35)    Nawani, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2005). Diversity of chitinases and their industrial potential. In B.N. Johri(Eds.), Microbial Diversity: Current Perspectives and Potential Applications (pp.719-740). India: I.K. International Publishing House. ISBN: 9788188237432.
36)    Kapadnis, B.P. (2004). Aquatic Microbiology . Environmental Microbiology. New Delhi, India: NISCAIR.
37)    Nawani, N.N., Thakkar, A.P., Patil, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2004). Diversity of chitinolytic systems of bacteria. In S. Khanna(Eds.), Biotechnological approaches for sustainable development (pp.133-140). India: Allied Publishers.
38)    Kapadnis, B.P. (2004). Extremophilic microorganisms . Microbial Ecology . New Delhi, India: IGNOU.
39)    Nawani, N.N., Augustine, S.K., Kapadnis, B.P. (2002). Biodiversity amongst actinomycetes for their chitinolytic potential. In G.D. Sharma(Eds.), Microbial Diversity: Status and potential applications. Guwahati, India: Scientific Book Centre. ISBN: 9788128700002.
40)    Shejul, M.S., Deshpande, M.V., Chaudhari, P.K., Patil, N.N., Nawani N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2000). Chitinase from aquatic Streptomyces sp.. In D. K. Maheshwari(Eds.) , Microbes: Agriculture, Industry and Environment (pp.19-28). Dehradun, India: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh.
41)    Nawani, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (2000). Microbial chitinases and their potential in plant disease control. In R.C. Rajak(Ed.), Microbial Biotechnology for Sustainable Development and Productivity (pp.129-139). Jodhpur, India: Scientific Publishers. ISBN: 9788172332259.
42)    Nawani, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (1999). Cyclodextrinase activity of a natural isolate of alkalophilic Bacillus. In R.C. Rajak(Ed.), Biotechnology of microbes and sustainable utilization (pp.216-222). Jodhpur, India: Scientific Publishers. ISBN: 9788172333140.
43)    Nawani, N.N., Kapadnis, B.P. (1998). Target directed screens for antibiotics acting on bacterial cell wall. In A.M. Deshmukh(Ed.), Selected Topics in Biotechnology (pp.70-89). Karad, India: PAMA Publications.