Hi, I am Thippareddy Kolli SeethaRamareddy, My LiveDNA is 91.1220
 
   
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Dr. Thippareddy Kolli SeethaRamareddy
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Biological Conversion of Biomass from Mangalore University, Mangalore, India
 
Institute: Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering, Bangalore, India
 
Area of Interest: Environmental Sciences
  •   Alternative Fuel
  •   Gas Chromartography
  •   Atomic Absorption
  •   Spectrophotometer
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.1220
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Agrawal, P., M.N. Prakash and K.S. Thippareddy, 2016. Biodegradable eco-friendly dishware from leaf biomass. J. Environ. Res. Dev., 11: 20-27.
2:   Harish, K.J., M. Vani, K.S. Tippa Reddy, H. Raju and A.H. Manjunatha Reddy, 2017. Assessment and interpretation of the water quality of the selected water bodies in Mysore city in relation to the type of effluent being discharged, using Water Quality Index. J. Water Res., 138: 348-353.
3:   Pushpa, A., B.G. Vishnu and T.R. KS, 2013. Preparation of nano silk sericin based hydrogels from silk industry waste. J. Environ. Res. Dev., .
4:   Reddy, K.S.T. and A. Pushpa, 2012. Studies on characterizations of agriculture waste (rice husk) for the production of ethanol. J. Environ. Res. Dev., 7: 1076-1084.
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5:   Reddy, T.K., and A. Pushpa, 2014. Characterization and biological production of ethanol from biomass (deseeded sun flower heads). J. Environ. Res. Dev., 9: 334-334.
6:   Thippa, R.K.S. and P. Agrawal, 2010. Two step fermentation process for the production of ethanol from agricultural waste. J. Environ. Res. Dev., 4: 964-969.
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7:   Thippareddy K.S. and P. Agrawal, 2010. Enhanced production of ethanol from pretreated biomass. Biozone Int. J. Life Sci., 2: 357-361.
8:   Thippareddy, K.S. and P. Agrawal, 2008. Ethanol production from lignocellulosic biomass through anaerobic fermentation. J. Environ. Res. Develop., 3: 395-399.
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9:   Thippareddy, K.S. and P. Agrawal, 2010. Pretreatment of agriculture waste using Aspergillus flavus for the production of ethanol by Saccharomyces cerviceaea. J. Environ. Res. Develop., 5: 393-403.
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10:   Thippareddy, K.S. and P. Agrawal, 2010. Two steps fermentation process for the production of ethanol from agricultural waste. J. Environ. Res. Develop., 4: 964-969.
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11:   Thippareddy, K.S., B. Sampratha, P.M. Navale and P. Agrawal, 2016. Silk thin film for cell and tissue growth. J. Environ. Res. Dev., 11: 72-79.