Dr. Ram Cahndra Suthar

Dr. Ram Cahndra Suthar

Assistant Professor
Pramukh Swami Science & H.D.Patel Arts College, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biotechnology from Kadi Sarva VishwaVidyalaya, India

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Biography

Dr. Ram Cahndra Suthar is currently working as Researcher at Sun Agrigenetics Pvt. Ltd, Vadodara, India, and Research Student at Pramukh Swami Science & H.D. Patel Arts College, Biotechnology, Kadi, India. He is Ph.D. Student in Plant and Soil Sciences from Indian Council of Agricultural Research, India. He obtained his MSc, and BSc in Biotechnology from Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University. He was received Best Poster Award in National Symposium. Further to his skills he has good knowledge in Plant Tissue Culture, Micropropagation, Plant Breeding, Plant Biotechnology, Crop Improvement, Phytopathology, Plant Pathology, Pathogens, Metaphysics, BLAST, Ethics, Applied Philosophy, Crop, Mycology, Garlic, DNA Sequence Alignment, and Agriculture Research. He has 19 publications in journals and 6 conference proceedings as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Plant Tissue Culture
62%
Plant Pathology
90%
Biotechnology
75%
Bioinformatics
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Patel, H., R. Suthar and K.R. Shah, 2017. Effect of culture filtrate of Fusarium equiseti on tomato seedling indices. Biol. Environ. Agric. Sci., 2: 45-48.
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  2. Gajjar, H., A. Raval, H. Raval, H. Patel and R. Suthar, 2017. In vitro propagation of Bambusa vulgaris through branch node. Int. J. Curr. Res. Acad. Rev., 5: 12-17.
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  3. Suthar, R.S., D.P. Bhatt and P.N. Bhatt, 2016. Production of trichothecene mycotoxin by Fusaruim equiseti NFCCI-2157 isolated from vascular wilt of cumin (Cuminum cyminum L.). J. Biol. Nat., 5: 75-81.
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  4. Ghaheri, M., D. Kahrizi, K. Yari, A. Babaie, R.S. Suthar and E. Kazemi, 2016. A comparative evaluation of four DNA extraction protocols from whole blood sample. Cell. Mol. Biol., 62: 120-124.
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  5. Suthar, R.S. and K.R. Shah, 2015. Optimization of callus and cell suspension culture of Capsicum annum L. Int. J. Pharma Biosci., 6: 664-671.
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  6. Patel, H., R. Suthar and P.K. Patel, 2015. Effect of different nutrient medium on growth of Lemna gibba during in vitro culture. Int. J. Pharma Bio Sci., 6: 193-198.
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  7. Patel, D., N. Rajiv and R.S. Suthar, 2015. In vitro shoot multiplication of garlic (Allium sativum L.). Life Sci. Res., 2: 15-17.
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  8. Nayak, R., D. Patel and R. Suthar, 2015. In vitro seed germination and propagation of kagdi lemon (Citrus limon L.). J. Global Agric. Ecol., 2: 130-134.
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  9. Suthar, R.S., D.P. Bhatt and P.N. Bhatt, 2014. Effect of culture filtrate of Fusarium equiseti on seed germination and seedling growth of cumin (Cuminum cyminum). Pathology, 67: 193-194.
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  10. Patel, H., R.S. Suthar and K.R. Shah, 2014. Study of wilt producing Fusarium sp. from tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill). Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. Applied Sci., 3: 854-858.
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  11. Mona, P. and R.S. Suthar, 2014. Micropropagation of garden rose (Rosa indica L.) through different size of node explants. Life Sci. Res., 1: 107-111.
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  12. Suthar, R.S., 2012. Vascular Wilt of Cumin: A Case Study of Vascular Wilt of Cumin. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3838374093, Pages: 64.

  13. Ramchandra, S. and P.N. Bhatt, 2012. First report of Fusarium equiseti causing vascular wilt of cumin in India. Plant Dis., 96: 1821-1821.
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  14. Suthar, R. and P.N. Bhatt, 2011. In silico identification of fusarium strain NFCCI 2157 isolated from cumin wilt. Int. J. Plant Anim. Environ. Sci., 1: 51-54.
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  15. Suthar, R. and P. Patel, 2011. Bacteriological study of drinking water of Kadi town, North Gujart, India. Life Sci. Leaflets, 19: 815-817.

  16. Ramchandra, S.S. and P.N. Bhatt, 2011. Morphological and molecular Identification of Fusarium Isolated from Cumin Wilt. Int. J. Plant Prot., 4: 359-362.
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