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 r.K.M. Jayaram  Dr.K.M. Jayaram
 Professor, Department of Botany
 
Office: Department of Botany, University of Caicut
Residence: Gaea, P.O. Kanhangad South, Kasaragod (Dt)671 315
 Phone- Office: 0494 407407
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Specialization : Plant Physiology and Biochemistry

Area of specialization: Ecophysiology, Biochemistry

Qualifications:

B. Sc., 1983 University of Calicut Botany

M. Sc., 1985 University of Calicut Botany

Ph. D., 1993 University of Calicut Botany

Teaching Experience : 12 years at P.G. level

Research Guidance experience : 12 years

Fellowship awarded : Fellow of Indian Association for

Angiosperm Taxonomy

Research Papers published : 15

  1. Leonard Allen Netto, K. M. Jayaram & Jos. T. Puthur 2011 Clonal variation of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) in countering water deficiency. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants (springer) Published online D01101.1007/5 12298.010-0040.

  2. Beena Anto, K. and K.M. Jayaram, 2010. Electrophoretic variations in seed protein profile of pea (Pisum sativum L.) and soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] seeds/seedlings during early stages of germination under heat-stress, Legume Res. An International Journal, (Accepted and will publish in Vol. 33 Issue 3).

  3. Beena Anto, K. and K.M. Jayaram, 2010. Effect of temperature on seed water content and viability of green pea (Pisum sativum L.) and soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] seeds, International Journal of Botany, 6: 122-126.

  4. Beena Anto, K., Jayaram, K.M. and Nabeesa Salim, 2010. Studies on thermo-tolerance, germination behaviour and activity of guaiacol peroxidase enzyme in pea (Pisum sativum L.) and soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] seeds during early stages of germination, International Journal of Plant Sciences, 5: 547-552.

  5. Beena Anto, K., Jayaram, K.M. and Nabeesa Salim, 2010. Analysis of proline content and germination studies in the evaluation of heat-stress tolerance in green pea (Pisum sativum L.) seeds during early stages of germination, RAYS A Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 8:43-49.

  6. Beena Anto, K., Jayaram, K.M. and Nabeesa Salim, 2010. Proline and germination towards heat-stress tolerance in greenpea (Pisum sativum L.) and soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.], Geobios, 37:137-140.

  7. Beena Anto, K. and K.M. Jayaram, 2010. Seed leachate for evaluating thermo-tolerance in pea and soybean, Journal of Food Legumes, 23:74-78.

  8. Sheela Francis and K.M. Jayaram, 2007. Anatomical studies of leaves of some members of Rhizophoraceae, Geobios, 34: 33-36.

  9. Netto Leonard Allen and Jayaram, K.M. 2006. Studies on the evaluation of various clones of tea [Camellia sinensis (L.).O. Kuntze.] under low temperature conditions, Gregor Mendel Foundation Proceedings, 207-212.

  10. Jisha Mathew, K.M. Jayaram and Nabeesa Salim, 2006. Somatic embryogenesis from nucellar tissues of mango (Mangifera indica Linn.), Plant Cell Biotechnology and Molecular Biology, 7: 175-178.

  11. L.A. Netto, K.M. Jayaram, P. Haridas and Jos T. Puthur, 2005. Characterization of photosynthetic events and associated changes in tea clones [Camellia sinensis (L.).O. Kuntze.] under different nutrient conditions, Journal of Plantation Crops, 33: 39-43.

  12. K.M. Jayaram and N. Neelakandan, 2000. Effect of plant growth regulators on sex determination in Solanum melongena Linn., Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, 5: 288-289.

  13. K.M. Jayaram and A.K. Pradeep, 1990. Notes on the occurrence of Eleuthernathera ruderalis (Sw.) Sch-Bip. (Asteraceae) in Androth Island, Lakshadweep, Indian Forester, 116: 595-596.

  14. A.K. Pradeep and K.M. Jayaram, 1990. Occurrence of Clerodendrum wallichii Merr. (Verbenaceae) in South India, Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 467.

  15. K.M. Jayaram and N. Neelakandan, 1989. Effect of fungal growth on germination of seeds of Solanum melongena Linn. Under different water levels, Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, 32: 374-375.


Ph. D. Degrees Produced:

  1. Jisha Mathew, 2007.Metabolic changes in mango (Mangifera indica Linn.) seeds during germination.

  2. Leonard Allen Netto, 2008. Effect of different nutrient levels and stresses on some physiological aspects of tea, Camellia sinensis (L.).O. Kuntze.

  3. Abis V. Cherussery, 2008.Metabolic changes in cocoa (Theobroma cacao Linn.) seeds A physiological and Biochemical approach.

  4. Beena Anto, K., 2009.Metabolic changes in temperature treated seeds of green pea (Pisum sativum L.) and soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) A physiological and Biochemical approach.

  5. Vijayalakshmi, K.M., (2010)Effect of mercury and triadimefon on the growth and development in Centella asiatica (L.) Urb.

Research Projects Completed:

  1. Pollination biology of some vegetable crops funded by UGC (Minor Project)

  2. Ecosystem dynamics funded by DST (Co-investigator)

Seminars and Workshops attended:

  1. Seventy seventh session of the Indian Science Congress held at Cochin Paper

Presented.

  1. Workshop on Photobiotechnolgy held at Bharathidasan University, Trichy.

  2. National Seminar on Frontiers in Plant Sciences held at Kerala University, Thiruvananthapuram.

  3. GMF International Seminar organized by Gregor Medal Foundation, University of Calicut.

  4. IAAT National Seminar on Plant Systematics, Biodiversity Conservation and Ethanobotany, Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy, University of Calicut.

  5. National Seminar on Recent trends in Crop Science Research, Gregor Medal Foundation, University of Calicut.

  6. Fifteenth Swadeshi Science congress held at Thalassery.

  7. National Seminar on Recent Advances in Plant Biology, CPCRI, Kasaragode.

  8. Workshop on Natural Resource Management: Changing Scenerios and Shifting Paradigms, Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur.

Orientation/Refresher Courses Co-ordinated:

  1. UGC Refresher Course for College/University Teachers

  2. UGC Orientation Course for College/University Teachers

  3. UGC Refresher Course for College/University Teachers


Membership in Professional Bodies:

  1. Life Member of the Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy

  2. Member, Indian Society of Plant Physiology

  3. Member, Indian Society of Plantation Crops


 
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