Dr. Rahul Vasantrao Khandare
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Dr. Rahul Vasantrao Khandare

Assistant Professor
Shivaji University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biotechnology from Shivaji University, Kolhapur, India

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Biogeochemistry
62%
Bioremediation
90%
Biodeterioration
75%
Biotechnology
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
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Chapters
0
Articles
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Abstracts
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Selected Publications

  1. Salama, E.S., S.P. Govindwar, R.V. Khandare, H.S. Roh and B.H. Jeon, 2019. Can omics approaches improve microalgal biofuels under abiotic stress? Trends. Plant Sci., 24: 611-624.
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  2. Nohwar, N., R.V. Khandare and N.S. Desai, 2019. Isolation and characterization of salinity tolerant nitrogen fixing bacteria from Sesbania sesban (L) root nodules. Biocatal. Agric. Biotechnol., Vol. 21. 10.1016/j.bcab.2019.101325.
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  3. Kulkarni, A.N., B.N. Bhalkar, R.V. Khandare, M.B. Kurade, B.H. Jeon and S.P. Govindwar, 2019. Densitometric quantification for the validation of decolorization of Disperse Orange ERL by lichen Parmelia sp. J. Biosci. Bioeng., 127: 388-393.
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  4. Kolekar, P.D., S.M. Patil, M.V. Suryavanshi, S.S. Suryawanshi, R.V. Khandare, S.P. Govindwar and J.P. Jadhav, 2019. Microcosm study of atrazine bioremediation by indigenous microorganisms and cytotoxicity of biodegraded metabolites. J. Hazard. Mater., 374: 66-73.
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  5. Biradar, S.P., A.S. Tamboli, R.V. Khandare and P.K. Pawar, 2019. Chebulinic acid and boeravinone B act as anti-aging and anti-apoptosis phyto-molecules during oxidative stress. Mitochondrion, 46: 236-246.
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  6. Watharkar, A.D., S.K. Kadam, R.V. Khandare, P.D. Kolekar, B.H. Jeon, J.P. Jadhav and S.P. Govindwar, 2018. Asparagus densiflorus in a vertical subsurface flow phytoreactor for treatment of real textile effluent: A lab to land approach for in situ soil remediation. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety, 161: 70-77.
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  7. Waghmare, P.R., R.V. Khandare, B.H. Jeon and S.P. Govindwar, 2018. Enzymatic hydrolysis of biologically pretreated sorghum husk for bioethanol production. Biofuel Res. J., 5: 846-853.
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  8. Kadam, S.K., V.V. Chandanshive, N.R. Rane, S.M. Patil and A.R. Gholave et al., 2018. Phytobeds with Fimbristylis dichotoma and Ammannia baccifera for treatment of real textile effluent: An in situ treatment, anatomical studies and toxicity evaluation. Environ. Res., 160: 1-11.
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  9. Kadam, S.K., A.D. Watharkar, V.V. Chandanshive, R.V. Khandare, B.H. Jeon, J.P. Jadhav and S.P. Govindwar, 2018. Co-planted floating phyto-bed along with microbial fuel cell for enhanced textile effluent treatment. J. Cleaner Prod., 203: 788-798.
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  10. Chandanshive, V.V., S.K. Kadam, R.V. Khandare, M.B., Kurade, B.H. Jeon, J.P. Jadhav and S.P. Govindwar, 2018. In situ phytoremediation of dyes from textile wastewater using garden ornamental plants, effect on soil quality and plant growth. Chemosphere, 210: 968-976.
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  11. Tamboli, A.S., P.R. Waghmare, R.V. Khandare and S.P. Govindwar, 2017. Comparative analyses of enzymatic activity, structural study and docking of fungal cellulases. Gene Rep., 9: 54-60.
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  12. Rane, N.R., A.D. Watharkar, R.V. Khandare and S.P. Govindwar, 2017. Phytoremediation as a Green and Clean Tool for Textile Dye Pollution Abatement. In: Phytoremediation of Environmental Pollutants, Chandra, R. (Ed.)., Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, USA.
  13. Nikam, M., S. Patil, U. Patil, R. Khandare, S. Govindwar and A. Chaudhari, 2017. Biodegradation and detoxification of azo solvent dye by ethylene glycol tolerant ligninolytic ascomycete strain of Pseudocochliobolus verruculosus NFCCI 3818. Biocatal. Agric. Biotechnol., 9: 209-217.
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  14. Khandare, R.V., S.B. Desai, S.S. Bhujbal, A.D. Watharkar, S.P. Biradar, P.K. Pawar and S.P. Govindwar, 2017. Phytoremediation of fluoride with garden ornamentals Nerium oleander, Portulaca oleracea and Pogonatherum crinitum. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 10.1007/s11356-017-8424-8.
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  15. Khandare, R.V., S.B. Desai, S.S. Bhujbal, A.D. Watharkar, S.P. Biradar, P.K. Pawar and S.P. Govindwar, 2017. Phytoremediation of fluoride with garden ornamentals Nerium oleander, Portulaca oleracea and Pogonatherum crinitum. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24: 6833-6839.
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  16. Chandanshive, V.V., N.R. Rane , A.S. Tamboli , A.R. Gholave , R.V. Khandare and S.P. Govindwar, 2017. Co-plantation of aquatic macrophytes Typha angustifolia and Paspalum scrobiculatum for effective treatment of textile industry effluent. J. Hazard. Mater., 288: 47-56.
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  17. Biradar, S.P., A.S. Tamboli, T.S. Patil, R.V. Khandare, S.P. Govindwar and P.K. Pawar, 2017. Phytoextracts protect Saccharomyces cerevisiae from oxidative stress with simultaneous enhancement in bioremediation efficacy. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 55: 469-478.
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  18. Rane, N.R., S.M. Patil, V.V. Chandanshive, S.K. Kadam, R.V. Khandare, J.P. Jadhav and S.P. Govindwar, 2016. Ipomoea hederifolia rooted soil bed and Ipomoea aquatica rhizofiltration coupled phytoreactors for efficient treatment of textile wastewater. Water Res., 96: 1-11.
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  19. Patil, S.M., V.V. Chandanshive, N.R. Rane, R.V. Khandare, A.D. Watharkar and S.P. Govindwar, 2016. Bioreactor with Ipomoea hederifolia adventitious roots and its endophyte Cladosporium cladosporioides for textile dye degradation. Environ. Res., 146: 340-349.
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  20. Biradar, S.P., N.R. Rane, T.S. Patil, R.V. Khandare, S.P. Govindwar and P.K. Pawar, 2016. Herbal augmentation enhances malachite green biodegradation efficacy of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Biol., 71: 475-483.
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  21. Watharkar, A.D., R.V. Khandare, P.R. Waghmare, A.D. Jagadale, S.P. Govindwar and J.P. Jadhav, 2015. Treatment of textile effluent in a developed phytoreactor with immobilized bacterial augmentation and subsequent toxicity studies on Etheostoma olmstedi fish. J. Hazard. Mater., 283: 698-704.
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  22. Rane, N.R., V.V. Chandanshive, A.D. Watharkar, R.V. Khandare, T.S. Patil, P.K. Pawar and S.P. Govindwar, 2015. Phytoremediation of sulfonated remazol red dye and textile effluents by alternanthera philoxeroides: An anatomical, enzymatic and pilot scale study. Water Res., 83: 271-281.
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  23. Kurade, M.B., T.R. Waghmode, R.V. Khandare, B.H. Jeon and S.P. Govindwar, 2015. Biodegradation and detoxification of textile dye Disperse red 54 by Brevibacillus laterosporus and determination of its metabolic fate. J. Biosci. Bioeng., 121: 442-449.
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  24. Khandare, R.V and S.P. Govindwar, 2015. Phytoremediation of textile dyes and effluents: Current Scenario and future prospects. Biotechnol. Adv., 33: 1697-1714.
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  25. Khandare, R.V and S.P. Govindwar, 2015. Microbial Degradation Mechanism Of Textile Dye And Its Metabolic Pathway For Environmental Safety. In: Environmental Waste Management. Chandra, R. (Ed.). Taylor and Francis Group, USA., pp: 399-439.
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  26. Kagalkar, A.N., R.V. Khandare and S.P. Govindwar, 2015. Textile dye degradation potential of plant laccase significantly enhances upon augmentation with redox mediators. RSC Adv., 5: 80505-80517.
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  27. Rane, N.R., V.V. Chandanshive, R.V. Khandare, R.V. Gholave, S.R. Yadav and S.P. Govindwar, 2014. Green remediation of textile dyes containing wastewaters by Ipomoea hederifolia L. RSC Adv., 4: 36623-36632.
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  28. Nazeruddin, G.M., S.R. Prasad, B.M. Rathor, D.R. Kumbhar, R.V. Khandare and N.R. Prasad, 2014. Extracellular one pot green synthesis of palladium nanoparticles. Int. J. Nanomater. Nanostruct., 1: 1-7.
  29. Khandare, R.V., A.D. Watharkar, A.N. Kabra, M.S. Kachole and S.P. Govindwar, 2014. Development of a low-cost, phyto-tunnel system using Portulaca grandiflora and its application for the treatment of dye-containing wastewaters. Biotechnol. Lett., 36: 47-55.
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  30. Watharkar, A.D., R.V. Khandare, A.A. Kamble, A.Y. Mulla, S.P. Govindwar and J.P. Jadhav, 2013. Phytoremediation potential of Petunia grandiflora Juss., an ornamental plant to degrade a disperse, disulfonated triphenylmethane textile dye Brilliant Blue G. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 20: 939-949.
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  31. Watharkar, A.D., N.R. Rane, S.M. Patil, R.V. Khandare and J.P. Jadhav, 2013. Enhanced phytotransformation of Navy Blue RX dye by Petunia grandiflora Juss. with augmentation of rhizospheric Bacillus pumilus strain PgJ and subsequent toxicity analysis. Bioresour. Technol., 142: 246-254.
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  32. Khandare, R.V., A.N. Kabra, A.V. Awate and S.P. Govindwar, 2013. Synergistic degradation of diazo dye Direct Red 5B by Portulaca grandiflora and Pseudomonas putida. Int. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 10: 1039-1050.
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  33. Khandare, R.V., A.N. Kabra, A.A. Kadam and S.P. Govindwar, 2013. Treatment of dye containing wastewaters by a developed lab scale phytoreactor and enhancement of its efficacy by bacterial augmentation. Int. Biodeterior. Biodegrad., 78: 89-97.
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  34. Kadam, A.A., J.D. Kamatkar, R.V. Khandare, J.P. Jadhav and S.P. Govindwar, 2013. Solid-state fermentation: Tool for bioremediation of adsorbed textile dyestuff on distillery industry waste-yeast biomass using isolated Bacillus cereus strain EBT1. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 20: 1009-1020.
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  35. Kabra, A.N., R.V. Khandare and S.P. Govindwar, 2013. Development of a bioreactor for remediation of textile effluent and dye mixture: A plant-bacterial synergistic strategy. Water Res., 47: 1035-1048.
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  36. Khandare, R.V., N.R. Rane, T.R. Waghmode and S.P. Govindwar, 2012. Bacterial assisted phytoremediation for enhanced degradation of highly sulfonated diazo reactive dye. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 19: 1709-1718.
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  37. Kabra, A.N., R.V. Khandare, T.R. Waghmode and S.P. Govindwar, 2012. Phytoremediation of textile effluent and mixture of structurally different dyes by Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. Chemosphere, 87: 265-272.
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  38. Waghmode, T.R., M.B. Kurade, R.V. Khandare and S.P. Govindwar, 2011. A sequential aerobic/microaerophilic decolorization of sulfonated mono azo dye Golden Yellow HER by microbial consortium GG-BL. Int. Biodeterior. Biodegrad., 65: 1024-1034.
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  39. Khandare, R.V., A.N. Kabra-, M.B. Kurade and S.P. Govindwar, 2011. Phytoremediation potential of Portulaca grandiflora Hook. (Moss-Rose) in degrading a sulfonated diazo reactive dye Navy Blue HE2R (Reactive Blue 172). Bioresour. Technol., 102: 6774-6777.
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  40. Khandare, R.V., A.N. Kabra-, D.P. Tamboli and S.P. Govindwar, 2011. The role of Aster amellus Linn. in the degradation of a sulfonated azo dye remazol red: A phytoremediation strategy. Chemosphere, 82: 1147-1154.
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  41. Kabra, A.N., R.V. Khandare, T.R. Waghmode, S.P. Govindwar, 2011. Differential fate of metabolism of a sulfonated azo dye remazol orange 3R by plants Aster amellus Linn., Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. and their consortium. J. Hazard. Mater., 190: 424-431.
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  42. Kabra, A.N., R.V. Khandare, M.B. Kurade and S.P. Govindwar, 2011. Phytoremediation of a sulphonated azo dye Green HE4B by Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. (Moss Verbena). Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 18: 1360-1373.
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