Dr. Sharangouda J. Patil
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Dr. Sharangouda J. Patil

Associate Professor
Department of Zoology, NMKRV College for Women, BangaIore, India

Highest Degree
PostDoc. in Toxicology from The National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bangalore, India

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Dr. Sharangouda J. Patil was born and brought up from farming community. Due to his strong will and aspiration for Teaching and Research, he overcame several limitations to develop himself as an eminent researcher and teacher. He completed his Masters (II Rank) in Zoology, subsequently he completed his Doctorate from Gulbarga University, Gulbarga during 2007. Thereafter he has completed post doctoral fellowship (PDF) in World Bank funded project in ICAR reputed National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bangalore. For his post doctoral research Dr. Patil opted to work on livestock extension research extensively. His work involved field research as well as lab research. With his skills and techniques he was very useful for farmers. He has made major contributions in outreach programs of the institute for transfer of technology from lab to land. He also worked in software industry as a Subject Matter Expert of Zoology to develop a E-contents for UG and PG level of all the Karnataka state universities in 2016. During his teaching and research career, he has published more than 58 research articles, 7 book chapters, 5 technical bulletins and several other technical articles in National and International peer reviewed journals. He has participated and presented research paper in more than 78 conferences/ seminar/ workshop/ training's at national and international levels and awarded many best paper presentation awards. His research specialization includes Reproductive Biology, Endocrinology, Animal Biotechnology, Environmental Biotechnology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Toxicology, Pharmacology, Medicinal plants and Natural products, Biodiversity and Conservation, Hydrobiology and Limnology. Currently, he is a Member of Indian Society for the Study of Reproduction and Fertility, Indian Science Congress Association, Medicinal Plants-International Journal of Phytomedicines and related Industries, Indian Veterinary Journal, Foundation for Promotion of Basic and Applied Science. Dr. Patil is also serving as an Editor in Chief, Editorial board member, Advisory editorial member, Reviewer to more than 35 journals. His efforts as a teacher and researcher have proved him a man of diverse skills who aspire to set up an academic culture and educational program conducive to student learning and progress. Currently he is working as Associate Professor in School of Sciences, Department of Life Sciences, Garden City University, Bangalore from the 2017 onwards and has around 13 year teaching and research experience in the field of Zoology, Genetics, Biotechnology and Microbiology.

Area of Interest:

Pharmacology and Toxicology
Reproductive Biology
Natural Products

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Shree, S.K.R., N. Prasad, G. Prakruthi, K.G. Siddalingeshwara and S.J. Pati, 2022. Isolation, biochemical characterization of Rhizobium sps SN01 strain from root nodules of Mimosa pudica and their impact on agriculture crops. Asian J. Biol. Life Sci., 11: 200-205.
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  2. Shivasharanappa, K., J.V. Hanchinalmath, S. Shivakumar, S. Kudva and S.C. Jain et al., 2022. Rice Husk as a Source of Nutraceuticals. In: Food and Agricultural Byproducts as Important Source of Valuable Nutraceuticals, Egbuna, C., B. Sawicka and J. Khan, Springer Cham, Manhattan, New York, ISBN: 978-3-030-98760-2, pp: 215–225.
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  3. Haleshappa, R., S. Niketh and R.R. Kolgi, 2022. Phytochemicals, anti-nutritional factors and proximate analysis of Simarouba glauca seeds. Int. Adv. Res. J. Sci. Eng. Technol., 9: 218-227.
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  4. Gopinath, S., S.J. Patil, K. Patil and N.B. Patil, 2022. Future Prospectives. In: Nano-Bioremediation : Fundamentals and Applications, Iqbal, H.M.N., M. Bilal and T.A. Nguyen (Eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, ISBN: 978-0-12-823962-9, pp: 563-571.
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  5. D'mello, D., K. Shivasharanappa, J.V. Hanchinalmath and S.J. Patil, 2022. In silico approaches in drug discovery for SARS-CoV-2. In: Coronavirus Drug Discovery, Egbuna, C. (Ed.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, ISBN: 978-0-323-95578-2, pp: 235-251.
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  6. Chandrashekharappa, S., S.O. Sadashiv, S.J. Patil and B.P. Nandeshwarappa, 2022. Design and synthesis of new series of 2-Oxo-2H-Selenopyrano[2,3-b]Quinoline-3-Carboxylates and evaluation of their antibacterial activity. Pharm. Chem. J., 56: 638-644.
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  7. R, H.H., S.J. Patil, U.U. T and K.S. Murthy, 2021. Phytochemicals, antioxidant profile and GC-MS analysis of ethanol extract of simarouba glauca seeds. Asian J. Bio. Life Sci., 9: 379-385.
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  8. Nandeshwarappa, B.P., S. Chandrashekharappa, S.O. Sadashiv, S.J. Patil and H.S. Onkarappa, 2021. Nitrogen and selenium containing heterocycles: Part-2: Synthesis and antimicrobial activities of novel S-5-(2-oxo-2H-selenopyrano [2,3-b]quinolin-3-yl)-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2-yl-2-cyanoethanethioates. Chem. Data Collect., Vol. 33. 10.1016/j.cdc.2021.100716.
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  9. Hanchinalmath, J.V., D. D'mello, K. Shivasharanappa, T. Pramod and S.J. Patil, 2021. Filaricidal Activity of Phytochemicals Against Lymphatic Filariasis. In: Neglected Tropical Diseases and Phytochemicals in Drug Discovery, Egbuna, C., M. Akram and J.C. Ifemeje (Eds.), John Wiley & Sons, United States,ISBN: 978-111-961-714-3, pp: 245-269.
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  10. Chalapathy, C.V., A. Chatterjee, U. Jayaramaiah, K. Shivasharanappa, J.V. Hanchinalmath and S.J. Patil, 2021. Impact of royal jelly on infertility: a review. Asian J. Bio. Life Sci., 9: 268-273.
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  11. , H.R., S.J. Patil and S.M.K. R, 2021. Phytochemical analysis, in vitro evaluation of antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity of simarouba glauca seeds. Adv. Pharmacol. Pharm., 10.13189/app.2021.090101.
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  12. Haleshappa, R., E. Keshamma, C.R. Girija, M. Thanmayi and C.G. Nagesh et al., 2020. Phytochemical study and antioxidant properties of ethanolic extracts of Euphorbia milii. Asian J. Biol. Sci., 13: 77-82.
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  13. Sreedharan, S., A. Gothe, K. Aier, K. Shivasharanappa, K.P. Kumar and S.J. Patil, 2019. Bioactive molecules and antimicrobial studies of Indian traditional medicinal plant Rhus semialata seeds. Res. J. Medic. Plants, 13: 10-17.
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  14. Sadashiv, S.O. and S.J. Patil, 2019. Bovine Science-Introductory Chapter. In: Bovine Science-A Key to Sustainable Development, Sadashiv, S.O. and S.J. Patil (Eds.). IntechOpen Publishers, London, United kingdom, ISBN: 978-1-78985-606-4, pp: 1-6.
  15. Sadashiv, S.O. and S.J. Patil, 2019. Bovine Science-A Key to Sustainable Development. IntechOpen Publishers, London, United Kingdom, ISBN: 978-1-78985-606-4, pp: 1-88.
  16. Patil, S.J., 2019. Research Innovations in Life Sciences. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-93-5124-958-0, Pages: 260.
  17. Anupam, A., S. Palankar, S.J. Patil and L.A.R.C. Prasad, 2019. Traditional Indian medicinal plants: synthesis, characterization and antibacterial property of AgNPs against MDR strains. Int. J. Pharm. Biol. Sci., 09: 01-13.
  18. Sathish, S.V., S. Sathishagouda, R.S. Kulkarni and S.J. Patil, 2018. Histochemical and electron microscopic studies on the pituitary gonadotropic cells in relation to different age group of fish Notopterus notopterus. Int. J. Curr. Res. Life Sci., 7: 1163-1172.
  19. Sadashiv, S.O. and S.J. Patil, 2018. Role of bovine science research in the management of food security and sustainability. Life Sci. Edge, 04: 50-56.
  20. Ramdas, M.Y. and S.J. Patil, 2018. Ethical issues and farmers security: The use of the terminator seed technology. Life Sci. Edge, 04: 89-96.
  21. Rajeshwari, B.M. and S.J. Patil, 2018. Heavy metals status in soils of ballari district using atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). Asian J. Res. Chem., 11: 701-704.
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  22. Patil., S.J., 2018. Traditional knowledge in the improvement of breeds and their produces of livestock in karnataka. Life Sci. Edge, 04: 19-30.
  23. Mohanty, L., S. Dash and S. Kaur and S.J. Patil, 2018. Issues and challenges in food security governance in India. Life Sci. Edge, 04: 57-58.
  24. Patil, S.J., T.S.S.Vishwanatha and S.V. Sathish, 2017. In vivo adrenal gland antioxidants profile on chromatographic fractions of Citrus medica seeds in female albino rats. Life Sci. Edge, 03: 22-32.
  25. Patil, S.J., 2017. Contraception: An Herbal Medicine Approach of Citrus medica Seeds. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN13-: 978-3-659-95383-5, Pages: 304.
  26. Morabad, R.B., T.R. Tapash and S.J. Patil, 2017. Measurement of linear and mass attenuation coefficient studies of compounds in organic acids. Asian J. Res. Chem., 10: 629-634.
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  27. Kamble, A., C.V. Reddy and S.J. Patil, 2017. Testicular activity of mice treated with MeOH extract of Achyranthes aspera leaves. J. Adv. Med. Sci. Adv. Technol., 3: 93-100.
  28. Vishwanatha, T., M. Keshavamurthy, D.S. Kavyasree, S.N. Hosmani and J.P. Sharangouda, 2016. An approach on screening of biosynthesis of catalase producing fungi from soil samples. Indian J. Microbial Technol., 1: 9-12.
  29. Reddy C.V., A. Kamble and S.J. Patil, 2016. Evaluation of antifertility activity of achyranthus aspera leaves in female mice. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Res., 7: 3794-3801.
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  30. Rajeshwari, B.M. and S.J. Patil, 2016. Elemental profile analysis of some traditional medicinal plants of Karnataka using AAS technique. Int. J. Curr. Pharm. Res., 9: 59-61.
  31. Patil, S.J., and N.C. Siddalinga, 2016. In-Vivo antioxidant profile of chromatographic fractions of citrus medica seeds on female albino rats. Asia Pac. J. Reprod., .
  32. Morabad, R.B. and S.J. Patil, 2016. Elemental profile analysis of some traditional medicinal plants of karnataka using AAS technique. Int. J. Curr. Pharm. Res., 9: 59-61.
  33. Kamble, A., S.J. Patil, N.S. Devi and P.L. Swamy, 2016. Evaluation of in vivo anticancer activity of novel compound 4-(4-(3, 4-dimethoxyphenyl) hexahydrofuro [3, 4-c]furan-1-yl)-2- methoxyphenyl acetate against Ehrlich ascites carcinoma in mice. Int. J. Cancer Res., 50: 1784-1792.
  34. Patil, S.J., S. Venkatesh, T. Vishwanatha and B.P. Saraswati, 2015. Effect of isolated chromatographic fractions of citrus medica seeds: In vivo study on antiimplantation and estrogenic activity in albino rats. J. Fertil. Reprod. Biol., 3: 136-144.
  35. Giridhar, K., A.V. Elangovan, C.M. Sharangouda and P. Khandekar, 2015. Economic analysis of improved dairying in Chitradurga district of Karnataka. Indian Vet. J., 92: 90-92.
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  36. Patil, S.J., S. Venkatesh, T. Vishwanatha, S.R. Banagar, R.J. Banagar and S.B. Patil, 2014. GCMS analysis of bioactive constituents from the petroleum ether extract of citrus medica seeds. World J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 3: 1239-1249.
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  37. Elangovan, G.K., A.V. Sharangouda, M.K. Madhusudhan, C.M. Pramod, K. Charan and P. Khandekar, 2014. Effect of azolla as feed supplement on milk production and economics under field conditions. Indian Vet. J., 91: 358-360.
  38. Patil, S.J., S.R. Banagar, R.R. Banagar, S. Venkatesh, T. Vishwanatha and S.B. Patil, 2013. Withdrawal antifertility effect of petroleum ether extract of Citrus medica seeds in female albino rats. Med. Plants: Int. J. Phytomed. Relat. Ind., 5: 75-81.
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  39. Patil, S.J., S.R. Banagar, R.J. Banagar and S.B. Patil, 2013. Chronic Effect of Phenobarbitone Administration on Uterotrophic Activity of Albino Rats. Indo-Global Res. J. Pharm. Sci., 3: 13-16.
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  40. Patil, S.J and S.B. Patil, 2013. Antiovulatory activity of petroleum ether extract of chromatographic fractions of Citrus medica seeds in albino rats. J. Med. Sci., 13: 410-417.
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  41. Morabad, R.B., S.J. Patil and R.R. Tapash, 2013. First series Transition Elemental Analysis in Some Therapeutically Important Medicinal Plants by AAS Method. J. Mater. Environ. Sci., 4: 171-176.
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  42. Elangovan, A.V., K. Giridhar, Sharangouda and P. Khandekar, 2013. Promoting Livestock Production as a Livelihood Option. NIANP, Bangalore, pp: 111-113.
  43. Banagar, R.J., S.R. Banagar and S.J. Patil, 2013. Hydrobiological Status of the Ralakunta Pond in Raichur District, Karnataka: Inland Water Ecology of India. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, pp: 168-181.
  44. Banagar, R.J., S.R. Banagar and S.J. Patil, 2013. Hydrobiological status of the Ralakunta pond in Raichur district, Karnataka. In: Inland Water Ecology of India, Majagi, S.H. (Ed.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN: 9788170358169, pp: 168-181.
  45. Vishwanataha, T., A. Sampath, S.N. Jain, B.C. Divyashree and V. Reena et al., 2012. A Novel Approach for Screening and Synthesis of β - Galactosidase from Microbial Origin. Int. J. Appl. Biotechnol. Biochem., 2: 285-290.
  46. Sneha, R.B., J.P. Sharangouda, J.B. Ravikumar, B.M. Vijaykumar and B.P. Saraswati, 2012. Study of Effect of Phenobarbitone on Ovarian and Hormonal Profile of Albino Rats. Recent Adv. Pharm. Sci. Res., 1: 81-91.
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  47. Rajeshwari, B.M., S.J. Patil and T.R. Rautary, 2012. Elemental analysis of some Indian medicinal plants by Particle Induced X-ray Emission technique (PIXE). Med. Plants Int. J. Phytomed. Related Ind., 4: 28-32.
  48. Patil, S.J., S.R. Banagar, R.J. Banagar and S.B. Patil, 2012. Phenobarbitone: A study of histological profile of Adrenal and thyroid gland in female Albino rats. Int. J. Plants Anim. Environ. Sci., 2: 76-81.
  49. Patil, S.J. and S.B. Patil, 2012. Effect of Oxalis corniculata whole plant extracts on fertility regulation in female Albino rats. J. Adv. Scient. Res., 3: 58-61.
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  50. Giridhar, K., A.V. Elangovan, P. Khandekar, Sharangouda and K.T. Sampath, 2012. Cultivation and Use of Azolla as Nutritive Feed Supplement for the Livestock. Indian Farming, 62: 20-22.
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  51. Banagar, S.R., S.J. Patil, R.J. Banagar, V.B. Malashetty and S.B. Patil, 2012. Phenobarbitone induced changes on ovarian and hormonal profile of albino rats. Res. Adv. Pharm. Sci. Res., 1: 81-91.
  52. Patil, S.J. and S.B. Patil, 2011. Toxicity studies on Hepatic, Nephric and Endocrine organs of Citrus medica seeds extract on female Albino mice. Global J. Pharm. Technol., 3: 14-21.
  53. Sharangouda, J.P., S. Satishgouda, T. Vishwanatha and S.B. Patil, 2010. Effect of Terminalia bellirica barks extracts on activities of accessory reproductive organs in male rats. Int. J. Pharmac. Sci. Rev. Res., 1: 75-79.
  54. Sharangouda, J.P. and S.B. Patil, 2010. Antifertility principles from Citrus medica seeds: Pharmacological and phytochemical studies. Asian J. Exp. Sci., 24: 155-161.
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  55. Patil, M.M., J.P. Sharangouda and S.B. Patil, 2010. Effect of atropine sulphate on ovarian activities in albino rats. Int. J. Pharmacy Pharmac. Sci., 2: 93-97.
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  56. Patil S.J and S.B. Patil, 2010. Pre-clinical toxicity studies of orally administered petroleum ether extract of Citrus medica seeds on the reproductive organs of female mice. Int. J. Curr. Res. Rev., 1: 1-6.
  57. Banagar, S.R., J.P. Sharangouda, R.J. Banagar and S.B. Patil, 2010. Effect of pentazocine on endocrine glands of female albino rats. Int. J. Drug Targets, 1: 11-22.
  58. Amareshwar, V., S.J. Patil and N.M. Goudgaon, 2010. Synthesis, in vitro and in vivo antifungal activity of 5-Phenylthio-2, 4-bisbenzyloxypyrmidine: A novel nucleobase. Indian J. Pharm. Sci., 72: 778-781.
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  59. Vishwanatha, T., J.P. Sharangouda, S. Satishgouda and S.B. Patil, 2009. Antiimplantation activity of Terminalia bellirica barks extracts in rats. Indian J. Biotechnol., 3: 257-260.
  60. Sharangouda, J.P.and S.B. Patil, 2009. Efficacy of Citrus medica seeds extracts on reproductive activities in female albino rats. Italian J. Pharmacol., 2: 803-817.
  61. Sharangouda, J.P., T. Vishwanatha and S.B. Patil, 2009. Contraceptive effect of Terminalia bellirica (Bark) extract on male albino rats. Italian J. Pharmacol., 2: 1278-1289.
  62. Patil, M.M., S.J. Patil and S.B. Patil, 2009. Atropine sulphate induced changes in uterine, adrenal, liver and thyroid gland in female albino rats. J. Pharmacol. Toxicol., 4: 236-245.
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  63. Londonkar, R.L., J.P. Sharangouda and S.B. Patil, 2009. Analysis of antifertility activity and phytochemical studies of Pergularia daemia leaves in male albino rats. Natl. Prod.: Indian J., 5: 49-55.
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  64. Londonkar, R.L. J.P. Sharangouda and S.B. Patil, 2009. Phytochemical and contraceptive property of Sida acuta Burm Fi. Ind. in albio rats. Int. J. Pharmatech Res., 1: 1260-1266.
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  65. Sharangouda, J.P. and S.B. Patil, 2008. Estrogenic activity of petroleum ether extract of seed of Citrus medica on immature albino rats. Int. J. Green Pharmacy, 2: 91-94.
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  66. Londonkar, R.L., J.P. Sharangouda and S.B. Patil, 2008. Morphine induced inhibition of the activities of accessory reproductive ducts in male rats. Oriental Pharmacy Exp. Med., 8: 67-72.
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  67. Sharangouda, J.P. and S.B. Patil, 2007. Post-coital antifertility activity of Citrus medica seeds. Int. J. Bioscan, 2: 305-310.
  68. Sharangouda, J.P. and S.B. Patil, 2007. Phytochemical screening and antifertility activity of various extracts of Citrus medica (L.) seeds in albino rats. Adv. Pharmacol. Toxicol., 2: 71-74.
  69. Sharangouda, J.P. and S.B. Patil, 2007. Antiimplantation and abortifacient activity of Oxalis corniculata (whole plant) in albino rats. Niger. J. Natl. Prod. Med., 11: 58-60.
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  70. Sharangouda, J.P. and S.B. Patil, 2006. Oxalis corniculata (whole plant) extracts exhibit estrogenic activities in Wistar strain albino rats. Int. J. Bioscan, 1: 66-67.