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Dr. Jisha M.S.

Associate Professor

School of Biosciences

M. G. University, Kottayam

Kerala- 686560

Phone-0481-2731035(O)

09497664697 (Mob.)

Email: jishashanavas@yahoo.co.in



jishashanavas@gmail.com

jishams@mgu.ac.in
ACADEMIC PROFILE

Associate Professor in Microbiology, 2010 onwards, School of Biosciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India – 686 560

Reader in Microbiology, 2007 onwards, School of Biosciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India – 686 560

Lecturer in Microbiology, 2003 onwards, School of Biosciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India – 686 560

Lecturer in Microbiology in the Government College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram (11/8/2000 to 16/12/2003).

Ph. D in Microbiology (1997) from Indian Agricultural Research Institute, (IARI) New Delhi, India.

M.Sc. in Microbiology (1993) University of Agricultural Science, Dharwad, Karnataka

B. Sc. (Agri.) (1990) Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur, Kerala, India

PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. M. Sc. Microbiology 1st rank (1993)

  2. Recipient of ICAR Junior Research fellowship (1991-1993).

  3. Recipient of UAS, Dharwad merit gold medal for M. Sc. in Microbiology(1993)

  4. IARI Senior Research fellowship (1993-1997)

  5. Young Scientist Award for the paper entitled “Role of Biosurfactants in SDS remediation” at Swadeshi Science Congress 2008 held at RGCB, Thiruvanathapuram

  6. Best poster award (Life Science) “Structural and biochemical characterisation of biosurfactant required for the biodegradation of the anionic surfactant linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS)”. 23rd Kerala Science Congress held on January 29-31, 2011.

  7. Best paper presentation award at national level seminar Biovision 2014 at Mercy college, Palakkad during Dec.2014


Teaching Experience (P.G level):

  1. Three and a half years of experience as Lecturer in Microbiology in the Government College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram (11/8/2000 to 16/12/2003).

  2. Eight and a half years of experience in the School of Biosciences,M.G.University, Kottayam ,Kerala from 16/12/2003 till date.

Research experiences

Thirteen years of research experience



External funded Research projects undertaken (as PI):

1. Bioremediation of synthetic detergents funded by KSCSTE

2. Molecular characterization of phosphate solubilising bacteria isolated from rhizosphere bacteria funded by UGC

3. Molecular Basis of Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS) Bioremediation & Bioreactor Designing funded by KSCSTE



Ongoing Research project

  1. Characterization of endophytic diazotrophic bacteria from rice (Oryza sativa) and assessment of their potential biocontrol of rice sheath blight disease funded by UGC

  2. Bioremediation of Chlorpyrifos by autochthonous microbial consortia Submitted after revision to KSCSTE

Research Team

  1. Dhanya S (UGC Meritorius Research Fellow)

  2. Elizabeth M. John ( DST- Inspire Fellow)

  3. Linu M. Salim (Research Fellow)

  4. Rishad K.S. (Research Fellow)

  5. Divya K ( Research Fellow)

  6. Tijith K.George (KSCSTE Inspire Fellow)

  7. Smitha Vijayan

  8. Divya R (FIP)

RESEARCH AREAS

Microbial synthesis of nanoparticles

The growth of eco-friendly technologies in material synthesis are of considerable importance to expand their biological applications.A mixture of inorganic nanoparticles with well-defined chemical composition, size, and morphology has been synthesized by using different microorganisms, and their applications in many cutting-edge technology fields have been searched. The applications of these biosynthesized nanoparticles in a wide spectrum of potential areas are presented, including targeted drug delivery, cancer treatment, gene therapy and DNA analysis, antibacterial agents, biosensors, enhancing reaction rates, separation science, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).



Bioprospecting of endophytic microorganisms for bioactive compounds

Endophytes are the microorganisms considered as the chemical synthesizers existing inside the plant. These microorganisms are able to synthesize some bioactive compounds similar to that of plant origin. For the mass production of plant analogue compound from microbial source has very much benefit. The searching bioactive compound from the microorganisms poses also some additional advantage that of its diversities, also the applicability in the pharmaceutical field. So we are interested in exploring endophytic micro flora from medicinal plants for the identification of novel bioactive compound. Structural identification of the compound could be used for in-silico studies to predict ligand-receptor interactions to identify activity of the compound. Computational approaches in the drug discovery have the advantage of high speed, economical and can easily predict the drug likeness of the compound



Exploration of Plant growth promoting and Biocontrol microorganisms

Direct use of microorganisms to promote plant growth and to control plant pests

continues to be an area of rapidly expanding research.. They exert beneficial effect to the host by both direct and indirect mechanism. Also some of these isolates have well equipped chemical machinery to resist plant pathogens.

Biodegradation of xenobiotics

Manmade chemicals present in the nature at high concentrations polluting the environment are known as xenobiotic compounds. We should put more effort in elimination of toxic materials before our planet turn into one big bag of waste. Selection of degradative potent microorganisms and their successive adaptation to a naturally persistent compound might be a powerful means for environmental detoxification. It is necessary to select microorganisms or microbial communities capable of controlled degradation of persistent organic chemicals without their transformation to other, more hazardous compounds. Better understanding of metabolic pathways for the biodegradation of specific organic compounds as well as more thorough knowledge of degrading microorganisms will make purposeful application of biodegradation possible.



Ph. D. Produced

  1. Molecular characterization of phosphate solubilising Gluconacetobacter sp. and Burkholderia sp. isolated from rhizosphere soil of Kerala (2009)- Stephen Joseph

  2. Biodegradation of anionic surfactant Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS) and Analysis of its metabolic products (2011) – Ambily P.S.

  3. Bioremediation of the anionic surfactant linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS) by Pseudonomas sp. isolated from soli (2011)- Aju K Asok.

  4. Petroleum degrading potentials of single and mixed microbial culture isolated from Vembanad Lake and induction of genetic changes to derive an improved strain. (2012) – Pratibha T.R.

  5. Study on Pseudomonas fluorescens and Trichoderma harzianum on biocontrol of diseases of Vanilla in Kerala state (2012) – Athul Sandeep R.

  6. Molecular characterization of plasmid encoded Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS) degradation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa S15, biosurfactant as a contributory factor in remediation (2013)– Sharrel Rebello.

  7. Isolation and molecular characterization of tannase enzyme produced from cashew testa by using Aspergillus niger -Vinod Viswanath (Synopsis submitted)

  8. Bioprospecting Endophytic Diazotrophic Lysinibacillus sphaericus for Biocontrol of rice sheath blight (Shabanamol S). (Synopsis submitted)


Ongoing Ph. D. programmes:


    1. Pseudomonas taiwanensis (MTCC 11631) mediated control of Anthurium blight caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. dieffenbachiae (Dhanya S), 2006

    2. Biocontrol of chilly anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum capsici with phosphate solubilising Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from chilli rhizoshere (Linu M.Salim),2007

    3. Isolation, molecular characterization and enzyme bioprospection of chitinolytic bacteria associated with Valanthakad mangrove ecosystem (Rishad K.S),2010

    4. Bioremediation of chlorpyrifos, an organophosphate pesticide by autochthonous bacterial consortium (Elizabeth Mary John), 2012

    5. Synthesis and characterization of chitosan nanoparticles from Penaeus monodon and its activity against selected plant pathogens (Divya K),2014

    6. Characterisation of antimicrobial metabolite from endophytic fungi Withania somnifera (Tijith K.George),2014

    7. Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using endophytic fungi isolated from Withania somnifera and its potential use in medicine, (Smitha vijayan) 2015

    8. Bioactive metabolites from endophytic microrganisms isolated from selected medicinal plants in Kerala (Divya.R), 2015

M. Phil. Dissertations Supervised till date:

      1. The ecology of phosphate solubilizing microorganisms isolated from rhizosphere soil (Aju K. Asok, 2005).

      2. Effect of detergents on soil microflora . (Shinimol S., 2006).

      3. Bioremediation of SDS- biosurfactants and alkylsulphatases as contributory factors in remediation. (Sharrel Rebello, 2007)

      4. Response of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] to phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from rhizosphere. (Linu M. Salim, 2007)

      5. Transformation of GUS gene in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] by Agrobacterium tumefaciens (Remya R.S., 2007)

      6. Plasmid- mediated Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate degradation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa S7 (Deepthi Eldo, 2008)

      7. Biodegradation of Quinalphos an organophosphorus insecticide by Pseudomonas sp. (Ambily M. Nair, 2009)

      8. Studies on the diversity of endophytic fungi from Rice (Oryza sativa) and their antagonistic activity against R. solani. (Divya R., 2010)

      9. Bioactive metabolite from Aphyllophrales sp. an endophytic fungi isolated from Breguirea cylindrica (Abhilash Babu V.S., 2012).

      10. Biocontrol of bacterial blight of anthurium by plant growth promoting pseudomonas sp. (Divya K., 2013).

  1. Characterization of bioactive metabolites of endophytic fungi Fusarium solani isolated from wthania somnifera (Salini T.S., 2014)

  2. Isolation and identification of Endophytic fungi Fusarium solani from wthania somnifera for the production and Characterization of its bioactive metabolites (Aswani P. 2015)

M. Sc. Dissertations Supervised till date:

  1. Effect of UV mutation on strain improvement of Azotobacter sp. Isolated from rhizosphere soil (Shabanamol S., 2005).

  2. Antagonistic effect of Trichoderma sp. against Phytophthora - the root pathogen of black pepper (Pepper nigram L) (Mary Jose, 2006).

  3. Toxic effects of sodium lauryl sulphate to grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). (Susmi T.S., 2007)

  4. Antagonistic potential of Pseudomonas fluorescence and Control of bacterial blight of Anthrium caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis. Pv. Dieffenbachiae (Dhanya D.R., 2008)

  5. Toxic Effects of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulphonate (LAS) on Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) (Ratheesh K.K., 2008)

  6. Characterisation of Biosurfactant produced by Linear Alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS) degrading Pseudomonas aeruginosa. (Shanida Beegum S.U., 2009)

  7. Kerosene Degradation potential of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from Vembanad Lake. (Navas E.A., 2009)

  8. Partial purification and analysis of alkylsulphatase enzyme required for the biodegradation of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) (Elizabeth Mary John,2011)

  9. Isolation and characterization of endophytic bacteria from rice (Oryza sativa) (Shinilkumar S., 2011).

  10. Characterisation of novel plant growth promoting Ascomycetes endophytic fungi from mangrove plant Breguirea cylindrica (Tijith K. George, 2012).

  11. Characterisation of endophytic diazotrophic Lysinibacilllus sphaericus and Bacillus cereus from cultivated rice (Oryza sativa) (Uma Unnikrishnan, 2012).

  12. Characterisation of Acinetobacter baumannii from mangrove plant Breguirea cylindrica (Bichu Das J., 2012).

  13. In situ bioremediation of chlorpyrifos by Klebsiella sp. isolated from agricultural soil (Krishnasree N., 2013)

  14. Bioremidiation of synthetic anionic surfactants using microbial consortia (Nikitha P., 2013).

  15. Comparative analysis of bioactive potential of plant extract and endophytic bacterial extract of Sida cordifolia (Devi R., 2014)

  16. Synthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles by Escherichia coli and Fusarium oxysporum and its antimicrobial activity (Liya C.Kurian, 2014)

  17. Antifungal activity of endophytic Lysinibacillus sphericus KJ 872548 and identification of volatile antifungal compound 1, 2 benzene dicarboxylic acid butyl 2 ethyl hexyl tallate against Rhizictonia solani

  18. Bioremediation of chlorpyrifos using bacterial consortium (Aghina Surya G.J., 2015)

  19. Antibacterial, antioxidant and phytochemical evaluation of Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal (Reshma Sajeev, 2015)

  20. Spectroscopic and docking analysis of a convictive compound withasomnine from Withania somnifera (Anju Tomy 2015)

  21. Extracellular biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles by endophytic Fusarium sp. isolated from Withania somnifera; its characterization, optimization, antimicrobial and cytotoxic studies (Aswathy Anand, 2015)

List of Publications

Journal articles:

2015

  1. Aju K. Asok, P. A. Fathima, M. S. Jisha (2015), Biodegradation of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate (LAS) by Immobilized Pseudomonas sp. Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science, impact factor 0.8

  2. Elizabeth Mary John and Jisha M.S (2015), Chlorpyrifos: pollution problems and remediation accepted for publication in Environmental Chemistry Letters as review paper. impact factor 2.573

  3. Tijith K George, Aju K. Asok, S. Shabanamol, Sharrel Rebello and Jisha M.S (2015), "Endophytic mycotic diversity of Bruguiera cylindrica and Rhizophora candelaria from Ayiramthengu mangrove ecosystem, Kerala" in Annals of biological research.

  4. Vinod Viswanath,Vincent Vineeth Leo, Sabna Prabha S, Prabhakumari.C, ,V P Potty and Jisha M.S (2015).Biosynthesis of tannase from cashew testa using Aspergillus niger MTCC5889 by Solid State Fermentation" (DOI: 10.1007/s13197-015-1858-4) Journal of food science and technology. Impact factor 2.203

  5. Vinod Viswanath,Vincent Vineeth Leo, Sabna Prabha S, Prabhakumari.C, ,V P Potty and Jisha M.S (2015).Thermal properties of tannin extracted from Anacardium occidentale L. using TGA and FTIR Spectroscopy. Natural products research. The publishers, Taylor & Francis. Impact factor 1.2

  6. Joseph Stephen • S. Shabanamol • K. S. Rishad • M. S. Jisha (2015).Growth enhancement of rice ( Oryza sativa ) by phosphate solubilizing Gluconacetobacter sp. (MTCC 8368) and Burkholderia sp. (MTCC 8369) under greenhouse conditions.

3 Biotech DOI 10.1007/s13205-015-0286-5. Springer

  1. Elizabeth Mary John; Sharrel Rebello; Aju K. Asok and Jisha M.S (2015) .Pseudomonas plecoglossicida S5 a novel isolate for sodium dodecyl sulfate degradation. Environmental Chemistry Letters. Volume 13(1) pp 117-123. impact factor 2.573

  2. Ambilli M. Nair; Sharrel Rebello; Rishad K.S; Aju K. Asok and Jisha M.S. (2014) Biosurfactant Facilitated Biodegradation Of Quinalphos At High
    Concentrations By Pseudomonas aeruginosa Q10. Soil and sediment contamination Volume 24 (5)542-553. The publishers, Taylor & Francis. Impact factor 0.575

2014


  1. Divya K; Sharrel Rebello and Jisha M.S.(2014) A simple and effective method for extraction of high purity chitosan from shrimp shell waste”. International journal of environmental engineering. Volume 1, Issue 4, 86-90.

  2. Elizabeth Mary John; Sharrel Rebello and Jisha M.S.(2014) Chlorpyrifos degradation using bacterial consortium obtained from soil. International journal of environmental engineering. Volume 1, Issue 4, 91-94.

  3. Divya K; Sharrel Rebello and Jisha M.S.(2014) A simple and effective method for extraction of high purity chitosan from shrimp shell waste” with paper ID “ASEE-14-408 Proceedings of the International Conference On Advances in Applied Science and Environmental Engineering - ASEE 2014, Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors (IRED), ISBN: 978-1-63248-004-0 doi: 10.15224/ 978-1-63248-004-0-93

  4. Elizabeth Mary John; Sharrel Rebello and Jisha M.S.(2014) Chlorpyrifos degradation using bacterial consortium obtained from soil” Proc. of the Intl. Conf. on Advances In Applied Science and Environmental Engineering ASEE 2014.Copyright © Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors..ISBN: 978-1-63248-004-0 doi: 10.15224/ 978-1-63248-004-0-12

  5. Salini T. S, Dibu Divakaran,Shabanamol S, Sharrel Rebello and Jisha M.S(2014). Antimicrobial and immunomodulatory potential of endophytic fungus Fusarium solani isolated from Wthania somnifera' .World Journal of Pharmaceutical Reserch Volume 3, Issue 10, 879-890.Impact factor 5.990

  6. Ambily PS and Jisha M.S. (2014). Metabolic profile of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) biodegradation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa (MTCC 10311). Journal of Environmental Biology. Vol. 35, 827-831 .Impact factor 0.68

  7. Athul Sandheep R, and Jisha M. S (2014) Screening and identification of potential Trichoderma sp. against soil borne pathogens of Vanilla planifolia. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research (NAAS Rating 3.86)

  8. Sharrel Rebello, Aju K. Asok, Sathish Mundayoor, Jisha M.S (2014). Surfactants: Toxicity, .remediation and green surfactants—Review article. Environmental Chemistry Letters. Doi 10.1007/s10311-014-0466-2 Impact factor – 1.906

  9. Athul Sandheep R, Aju K. Asok, Fathima P. A. and Jisha M. S (2014). Exploiting the biocontrol potential of indigenous Trichoderma sp. against major phytopathogens of Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia).South Asian Journal of Experimental Biology.4(1):1-7

  10. Shabanamol S and Jisha M.S.(2014).Assessment of rice endophyte diazotrophic bacteria for biocontrol of rice sheath blight. Indian Streams Research Journal. 3(12): 1-6.

2013

  1. Athul Sandheep R, and Jisha M. S (2013). Biocontrol of Rhizoctonia rot of Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) using combined inoculation of Trichoderma sp. and Pseudomonas sp. Acta Biologica Indica 2(1):292-299

  2. Sharrel Rebello, Aju K. Asok, Sathish Mundayoor, and Jisha M.S. (2013) .Surfactants: chemistry, toxicity and remediation.In: Pollutant Diseases, Remediation and Recycling. Eds.Eric Lichtfouse .JanSchwarzbauer and Didier Robert. Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World. Published by Springer link. 4:277-320

  3. Athul Sandheep, R.,Aju K. Asok and Jisha, M.S (2013). Colonization study of antagonistic Pseudomonas sp. in Vanilla planifolia using green fluorescent protein (GFP) as a marker. African journal of microbiology Research. Impact factor 0.54

  4. Linu M.Salim and Jisha, M.S (2013). Effect of biocontrol agents against Colletotrichum capsici Causing anthracnose of chilli (capsicum annuum l.)International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences (IJBPAS) 2(12): 2218-2223.

  5. Sandheep, A. R.; Asok, A. K.; Jisha, M. S (2013). Combined inoculation of Pseudomonas fluorescence and Trichoderma harzianum for enhancing plant growth of Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia). Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 16(12): 580-584. DOI: 10.3923/pjbs.2013. 580.584. ISSN: 1028-8880

  6. Sharrel Rebello, Aju K.Asok,Sunil V.Joseph, Biljo V. Joseph, Leny Jose, Sathish Mundayoor, Jisha M.S (2013). Bioconversion of Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate to Rhamnolipid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa: A Novel and Cost-Effective Production Strategy. Appl Biochem Biotechnol. 169: 418-430.DOI 10.1007/s12010-012-9988-x. Impact factor 1.735

  7. AK Asok, Jisha MS. (2013). Molecular characterization of linear alkylbenzene sulphonate degrading Pseudomonas aeruginosa (MTCC 10463) and Pseudomonas nitroreducens (MTCC 10462). Indian Journal of Biotechnology. 12(4):514-522. Impact factor 0.51

  8. Abhilash Babu, Aju K. Asok and Jisha M.S.(2013) Bioactive Metabolite from Aphyllophorales sp. an Endophytic Fungus Isolated from Breguiera Cylindrica International Journal of Agriculture, Environment & Biotechnology .6(3): 745-752 DOI No.: 10.5958/j.2230-732X (NAAS Rating 4.10)

  9. Athul Sandheep R and Jisha M.S (2013). Screening of Trichoderma spp and Pseudomonas spp. for their Biocontrol Potential against Phytopathogens of Vanilla. International Journal of Agriculture, Environment & Biotechnology .6(3): 799-806 DOI No.: 10.5958/j.2230-732X (NAAS Rating 4.10)

  10. Shabana mol S., Fathima P.A and Jisha M.S (2013). Influence of UV mutations on plant growth promoting properties of azotobacter sp. isolated from rhizosphere soils of vegetable crops in Kerala .Review of research. 2( 5): 8-12.

  11. Shanida Beegum S.U.Aju K asok. Fathima P.A and Jisha M.S (2013.Characterisation of biosurfactant produced by Linear alkyl Benzene sulphonate (LAS) degrading Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Research Directions.1 (2): 68-73.

2012

  1. AK Asok, Jisha M.S.(2012).Biodegradation of the Anionic Surfactant Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate (LAS) by Autochthonous Pseudomonas sp. Water Air and Soil Pollution DOI 10.1007/s11270-012-1256-8. Impact factor: 1.685

  2. PS Ambily, MS Jisha (2012).Biodegradation of the anionic surfactant, sodium dodecyl sulphate by pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 10311. Journal of Environmental Biology. 33: 717-720. Impact factor 0.68

  3. AK Asok, MS Jisha (2012).Assessment of soil microbial toxicity on acute exposure of the anionic surfactant linear alkylbenzene sulphonate. Journal of Environmental Science and Technology pp 1-10. ISSN 1994-7887. DOI: 10.3923/jest.2012.

  4. AK Asok, KK Ratheesh, PM Sherief, MS Jisha (2012). Oxidative Stress and Changes in Gill Morphology of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) Exposed to Sublethal Concentrations of the Anionic Surfactant Linear Alkylbenzene Sulphonate (LAS). Global Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences. ISSN 2248-9932 Volume 2, Number 1 (2012), pp. 1-11.

  5. AR Sandheep, AK Asok and Jisha M.S. (2012). Biocontrol of fusarium wilt of vanilla (vanilla planifolia) Using combined inoculation of Trichoderma sp. And Pseudomonas sp. International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences. July; 3(3): (B) 706 – 716. Impact factor.5.521

  6. Jisha M.S and Prathibha V.R (2012).Isolation and characterisation of kerosene degrading bacteria from contaminated water.J.Biotechnol.Biomater ,2:6.doi.org/10.4172/2155-952X.S1.014

2011

  1. Ambily PS and Jisha MS.(2011) Characterization of Alkyl sulphatase required for the biodegradation of Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS). European Journal of Experimental Biology. 1 (4):41-49

  2. J Stephen, MS Jisha (2011).Gluconic acid production as the principal mechanism of mineral phosphate solubilization by Burkholderia sp. (MTCC 8369).(2011). Journal of Tropical agriculture, 49(1-2), 99-103. (NAAS Rating 4.10)

  3. D Yeldho, S Rebello, Jisha MS (2011).Plasmid mediated biodegradation of the anionic surfactant Sodium Dodecyl sulphate (SDS) by Pseudomonas aeruginosa S7. Bull. Environ. Contam Toxicol. 86(1):110-113.DOI 10.1007/s00128-010-0162-2. Impact factor 1.37

  4. Susmi T.S, Sharrel Rebello, Jisha M.S and P.M.Sherief. (2010). Toxic Effects of Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate on Grass Carp Ctenopharyngodon idella. Journal of Fishery technology, 47(2) :157-162 (NAAS Rating 4.87)

  5. Linu MS, Stephen Joseph and Jisha M.S.(2009).Phosphate solubilizing Gluconaceto- bacter sp. Burkholderia sp. and their potential interaction with Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp). International Journal of Agricultural Research, 4(2): 79-87..

  6. AK Asok, Jisha MS. (2009).Deleterious effects of commercial detergents on soil microflora. Journal of Ecology, Environment and Conservation.,15(4): 805-809 (NAAS Rating 5.02)

  7. AR Sandeep, S Joseph, MS Jisha (2008). Yield and Nutritient uptake of Soya bean (Glycine max (L.) Merr) as influenced by phosphate solubilizing microorganisms.World Journal of Agricultural sciences. 4(1) 835-838.

  8. LM Salim, S Joseph, MS Jisha. (2008) Response of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata(L)walp) to phosphate solubilising bacteria isolated from rhisosphere. Asian Journal of Bioscience 3(1)95-98. (NAAS Rating 3.21)

  9. Joseph S and Jisha M.S.(2008).Buffering reduces phosphate solublizing ability of selected strains of bacteria. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 4(1):110-112

  10. Shabanamol S and Jisha M.S. (2007). Effect of UV mutation on the Nitrogenase activity and pesticide tolerance of Azotobacter sp isolated from Rhizosphere soil. Pollution Research. 26(4):773-776.

  11. Neena C, Ambily PS and Jisha MS. (2007). Anaerobic degradation of coconut husk leachate using UASB reactor. Journal of Environmental Biology 28.(3) 611-615 Impact factor.0.68

  12. S Joseph, MS Jisha. (2007). Selected pesticides inhibit phosphate solubilising activity of Gluconacetobacter sp.and Burkholderia plantarii. Asian Journal of Bioscience 2(2)149-155. (NAAS Rating 3.21)

  13. AK Asok, MS Jisha (2006).Effect of selected pesticides on phosphate solubiliaing microorganisms. Asian Journal of Microbiol. Biotech and Env. Sci. 8(3) 685-687.

  14. AK Asok, MS Jisha (2006).Role of phosphate solubilizing bacteria as biofertilizer and antifungal agent. Pollution Research. 25(3): 59-62.

  15. Ambily PS and Jisha MS. (2006).A study of physico-chemical characteristics of Cassava starch factory effluents. Pollution Research 25(3): 46-47(NAAS Rating 4.75)

  16. Jisha MS, RS Mathur (2005). Effect of phosphate solubilizing Microorganisms (PSM) on mineral phosphate solubilization and on productivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum). Asian Journal of Microbiol. Biotech and Env. Sci.7 (4): 1-4. (NAAS Rating 3.07)

  17. Jisha M.S and Alagawadi A.R. (1996).Nutrient uptake and yield of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolour L. Moench) inoculated with phosphate solubilizing bacteria and cellulolytic fungus in a cotton stalk amended vertisol. Microbiological Research. 151:213-217. Impact factor.1.993


Book Chapter

  1. Elizabeth Mary John, Shabanamol S., Jisha M.S., (1015) "Pesticide Degradation: Practical Approaches, Environmental Science and Engineering series, published by Studium Press LLC, USA.

  2. Sharrel Rebello, Aju K. Asok, Sathish Mundayoor, Jisha M.S. (2013).Surfactants: chemistry, toxicity and remediation. Pollutant Diseases, Remediation and Recycling. Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World. 4:277-320. Published by Springer link

  3. Sharrel Rebello, Aju K. Asok, Elizabeth Mary john. Jisha M.S. (2013).Anionic surfactant toxicity and remediation:a methodological review In: Environmental Microbiology: Techniques and Applications. Reference book. Bulbul scientific services

  4. Shabanamol S; Fathima P.A; Jisha M.S. (2013) Exploring UV mutation as a method of strain improvement for increased pesticide tolerance and nitrogenase activity

Book Published

        1. Dr. Jisha.M.S.(2013).Environmental Microbiology: Techniques and Applications. Reference book. Bulbul scientific services. ISBN 978-81-923850-7-5


In seminars


  1. Smitha Vijayan, Jisha M.S. Biogenic Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Endophytic Fungi Fusarium Sps Isolated From Withania Somnifera, its Antibacterial and Cytotoxic Activity Fourth international conference on natural polymers and biopolymers (ICNP 2015) at Kottayam during April 11-13

  2. Devi R; Dibu Divakaran; Tijith K. George; Sharrel Rebello and Jisha M.S. Isolation of bioactive endophytic bacterial isolates paved the way for conservation of sida cordifolia. Second national biodiversity congress (NBC) 2015 at Trivandrum during 23-27 February conducted by Kerala Biodiversity Board.

  3. Divya.R and M.S.Jisha. Studies on the diversity of endophytic fungi from rice Oryza sativa and their antagonistic activity against Rhizoctonia solani.5 th national level seminar Biovision 2014 at Mercy college Palakkad.Dec,2014

  4. A simple and effective method for extraction of high purity chitosan from shrimp shell waste” with paper ID “ASEE-14-408 International Conference On Advances in Applied Science and Environmental Engineering - ASEE 2014, Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors (IRED), 2nd to 3rd August 2014 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, International

  5. Chlorpyrifos degradation using bacterial consortium obtained from soil” with paper ID “ASEE-14-389 International Conference On Advances in Applied Science and Environmental Engineering - ASEE 2014, Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors (IRED), 2nd to 3rd August 2014 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, International

  6. Shabanamol S and Jisha M S, Endophytic bacteria as potent plant growth promoters of rice. Presented in national Seminar New Vistas in Microbiolology, held at M A College,Kothamangalam,Kerala on 16-17 october,2014.

  7. Shabanamol S,Elizabeth Mary John and M.S.jisha. Induction of phenolics against Rhizoctonia solani and plant growth promotion mediated by endophytic diazotrophic Lysinibacillus sphearicus in oryza sativa 26th Kerala Science Congress 28-31 January,2014 held at Pookode , Wayanad

  8. Shabanamol S and M.S.jisha. Colonization by endophytic Lisinibacillus sphericus confers increased plant growth promotion to Orysa sativa. Contest Session of Agricultural Sciences of 23rd  Swadeshi Science  Congress (2013).  

  9. Screening of Trichoderma spp. and Pseudomonas sp. for their biocontrol potential against phytopathogens of Vanilla. Sustainable utilization of tropical biomass through biotechnology SUPBT 2012 Organised by KVM college of Engineering and Information technology Page No. 97-102. ISBN:978-93-81274-32-3

  10. Characterization of plant growth promoting endophytic bacteria from rice. Sustainable utilization of tropical biomass through biotechnology SUPBT 2012 Organised by KVM college of Engineering and Information technology Page No. 112-114. ISBN:978-93-81274-32-3

  11. Bioactive metabolite from Aphyllophorales sp. an endophytic fungus isolated from Breguiera cylindrical. Sustainable utilization of tropical biomass through biotechnology SUPBT 2012 Organised by KVM college of Engineering and Information technology Page No. 115-117. ISBN:978-93-81274-32-3

  12. Biocontrol of bacterial blight of Anthurium caused by Xanthomonas axopoids. Sustainable utilization of tropical biomass through biotechnology SUPBT 2012 Organised by KVM college of Engineering and Information technology Page No: 95-96

  13. Geotrichum candidum: A novel antimicrobial and plant growth promoting diazotrophic endophytic yeast from mangrove plant. Contest paper (Life science) at the 25th Kerala Science Congress. 2013.

  14. Biocontrol of Rhizoctonia rot of Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) using combined inoculation of Trichoderma sp. and Pseudomonas sp. Innovative approaches and modern technology for Crop productivity, Food safety and environmental sustainability November 2012.

  15. Isolation and characterization of kerosene degrading bacteria from contaminated water. 3rd World Congress on Biotechnology September 2012.

  16. Exploring endophytic diazotrophic bacteria as potential plant growth promoters and biocontrol agents of rice sheath blight disease. 3rd World Congress on Biotechnology September 2012.

  17. Invitro screening of Pseudomonas sp. for their biocontrol potential against phytopathogens of vanilla. 3rd World Congress on Biotechnology September 2012.

  18. Biocontrol of Sclerotium root rot vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) using combined inoculation of Trichoderma sp. and Pseudomonas sp. (2012). 22nd Swadeshi Science Congress. November 19-20

  19. Biocontrol of Fusarium wilt of Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) using Trichoderma harzianum. (Presented in the 2nd International seminar and workshop on “Sustainable utilization of tropical plant biomass” held at Kerala University campus, Kariavattom, Thiruvananthapuram).

  20. In-vitro screening of Trichoderme spp. For their biocontrol potential against phytopathogens of vanilla. ICABS 2012. International Conference on advances in Biological Sciences. March 15-17, 2012 Kannur.

  21. Characterisation of endophytic diazotrophic bacteria from rice (Oryza sativa). ICABS 2012. International Conference on advances in Biological Sciences. March 15-17, 2012 Kannur.

  22. Study of antifungal activity of phosphate solubilising bacteria isolated from rhizosphere soil. 24th Kerala science congress 29-31st January 2012.

  23. Biodegradation of the anionic surfactant linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS) by immobilized Pseudomonas sp. Presented in the 21st Swadeshi Science Congress held on November 7-9, 2011.

  24. Environmental impact of acute exposure of the anionic surfactant linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS). Presented in the International Symposium on Environmental Risk Assessment 2011 (ISERA 2011) organized by School of Lifesciences, Bhatathiyar University, Coimbatore, held on October 17 – 19, 2011.

  25. Kerosene biodegradation by autochthonous bacteria. Presented in the International Symposium on Environmental Risk Assessment 2011 (ISERA 2011) organized by School of Lifesciences, Bhatathiyar University, Coimbatore, held on October 17 – 19, 2011.

  26. Best poster award (Life Science) “Structural and biochemical characterisation of biosurfactant required for the biodegradation of the anionic surfactant linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS)”. 23rd Kerala Science Congress held on January 29-31, 2011.

  27. Molecular characterization of Pseudomonas nitroreducens (MTCC10463) and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (MTCC10463) capable of degrading the anionic surfactant Linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS). Presented in the National symposium on emerging trends in Biotechnology, organized by Department of Biotechnology CUSAT, held on 1-2 September, 2011.

  28. Biocontrol potential of rice endophyte Fusarium oxysporum against Rice Sheath Blight pathogen Rhizoctonia solani. Presented in the International workshop and seminar "Phytophthora 2011 organised by Rubber Research Institute of India, held on 12-17 Sept. 2011.

  29. Pseudomonas and Bacillus mediated control of bacterial blight of anthurium. Presented in the International workshop and seminar "Phytophthora 2011 organised by Rubber Research Institute of India, held on 12-17 Sept. 2011.

  30. Biocontrol of Fusaarium wilt of Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) using Trichoderma arrzianum. (Presented in the 2nd International seminar and workshop on “Sustainable utilization of tropical plant biomass” held at Kerala University campus, Kariavattom, Thiruvananthapuram 2011)

  31. Cytotoxic alterations induced by sublethal concentration of the anionic surfatcant linear alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS) on grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). Presented in the International seminar ASIAN PACIFIC AQUACULTURE 2011, Kochi, India held on January 18 -20, 2011

  32. Response of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp). to phosphate solubilising bacteria isolated from rhizosphere (Presented at Swadeshi Science Congress, 2010)

  33. Characterisation of biosurfactant produced by Linear Alkylbenzene Sulphonate degrading bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa. (Presented at Swadeshi Science Congress, 2010)

  34. Bioremediation of synthetic Detergent and Designing of Bioreactor (Presented at 50th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India.)

  35. Plasmid mediated Bioremediation of the Anionic surfactant Linear Alkylbenzene sulphonate (LAS) (Presented in the 22nd Kerala Science Congress, 2010)

  36. Antifungal activity of phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from rhizosphere. (Presented in the 22nd Kerala Science Congress, 2010).

  37. Isolation and characterization of Anionic Surfactant degrading Bacteria from soil. (Presented in the 1st Kerala Women’s Science Congress at Ernakulam 2010)

  38. Molecular identification of pathogenic bacteria from the midgut of Culex spp. Using 16S rDNA barcodes. ( Presented in the national seminar on frontiers in biotechnology, 2010)

  39. Linear alkylbenzene sulfonate (LAS) - Toxicity study & its bioremediation. (Presented at 21st Kerala Science Congress 2009).

  40. Isolation of kerosene degrading bacteria and it’s biosurfactant from vembanad Lake: its scope in bioremediation. (Presented at 21st Kerala Science Congress 2009).

  41. Suppression of bacterial blight of anthurium (Anthurium andreanum) by a fluorescent Pseudomonas (Presented at First Asian PGPR Congress for sustainable agriculture 21-24 June 2009)

  42. Antagonistic effect of Trichoderma spp. Against Phytophthora- the foot rot pathogen of black pepper (Piper nigramL) (Presented at First Asian PGPR Congress for sustainable agriculture 21-24 June 2009)

  43. Young Scientist Award for the paper entitled “Role of Biosurfactants in SDS remediation” at Swadeshi Science Congress 2008 held at RGCB, Thiruvanathapuram

  44. Bioremediation of SDS: Biosurfactants as a contributory factor in Bioremediation. (Presented at the 20th Kerala Science congress 2008).

  45. Biodegradation of the anionic detergent Linear akylbenzene sulphonates (LAS) [Presented at the International Conference BIOCAM-2008 held at CUSAT].

  46. UGC Sponsored National seminar on Marine Biology-Advances and prospects held at CUSAT on 10th November, 2006

  47. Optimization of factors for efficient solubilization of mineral phosphate. (Presented at XII Swadeshi science congress, 2002).

  48. Associative effect of Phosphate solubilising Bacteria and cellulolytic fungus on phosphorus uptake and yield of Sorgham(Presented at MICON-International at CFTRI, Mysore on 9-12 November 1994)

Seminars and workshops organized:

  1. Convener Hands on workshop on DNA Barcoding of microbes.30.3.2014

  2. Convener Hands on workshop on “Molecular Phylogenetics in Microbiology” 26.9.2012-28.9.2012

  3. Joint convener- National Seminar on lifestyle diseases.

  4. Coordinator National seminar on Modern trends in Biosciences on 14-15 February 2007-held at school of biosciences M.G.University

  5. Joint convener-Series of invited talks on life sciences to celebrate Birth Bicentenary of Charles Darwin.

  6. Seminar on recent trends in medical molecular biology 03/07/2015

Specialized trainings undergone:

  1. Training in Upgradation of communication skills organized by Ministry of Agriculture at Acharya N.G.Ranga Agricultural University at Hyderabad from 23- 29 July, 2000.

  2. Induction training programmes for teachers sponsored by Directorate of Technical education, Kerala at Government engineering college, Thrissur from 14- 27 November, 2000.

  3. UGC Sponsored Orientation Program at Academic staff College, University of Kerala from18th July 2002 to14 August 2002.

  4. Workshop on Applications of statistics in Biological experiments held at School of Biosciences, M.G. University during April 7-9, 2005

  5. UGC Sponsored Refresher course in Life Sciences at Cochin University of Science and Technology from 19th February to 10th March 2007.

  6. UGC Sponsored workshop on capacity building of women managers in higher education at CMS College, Kottayam from 17-21 February to 2009.

  7. University workshop on research projects at M.G.University on April 2, 2010.

  8. DST sponsored workshop for young scientists on live cell functional imaging and neurotransmitters receptors functional regulation at CUSAT on March 11-13, 2010.

  9. Training on Microbial Gene Manipulations at CPBMB, College of Horticulture on May 3-15,2010

  10. Frontiers of Spectroscopy and Microscopy. DST-PURSE sponsored workshop. Mahatma Gandhi University, Inter university Instrumentation Centre (IUIC). 10th -12th September 2012

  11. Biotechnology in industry- achievements, potentials and challenges. Organized by CEPC-NAIP-ICAR project. 18th- 20th Feb. 2013

Membership in Academic Bodies


  1. Member -Association of Microbiologists (India).

  2. Member- Society for Biotechnologist (India).

  3. Member Society for Fisheries Technologist (India)

  4. Indian Science Congress Association

  5. Kerala Academy of Sciences

Name of Board Committee/ whether member/Chairman/Convenor

1. Member – Board of Studies in Microbiology, Calicut University

2. Subject Expert – Board of Studies in Microbiology, SB College, Changanassery



3. Chairman of Ph D Adjudication Committee of Karunya University
Invited talk

  1. State level seminar on Recent developments in the field of microbiology cancer biology and epidemiology organized by B.C.M.College,Kottayam 1st -2nd July 2013.

  2. State Level seminar and workshop on Microbial techniques and Principles. Organised by Department of Microbiology, St. Xavier’s College for Women, Aluva. On 16th to 18th January 2013

  3. Biotechnology in industry- achievements, potentials and challenges. Organized by CEPC-NAIP-ICAR project. 18th- 20th Feb. 2013.

  4. New approaches to enzyme and microbial technology. 3rd World Congress on Biotechnology OMICS group Hyderabad. 13-15 September 2012.

DETAILS OF NCBI GENBANK SEQUENCE DEPOSITS; MTCC & MCC BACTERIAL STRAIN DEPOSITS (25+7)



Sl. No.

Microorganism

Accession No.

Year

1

Gluconacetobacter sp.

GQ246872

2009

2

Burkholderia sp.

GQ246871

2009

3

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

HM214777

2011

4

Pseudomonas nitroreducens

HQ271083

2011

5

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

HQ271084

2011

6

Pseudomonas aeruginosa (K1)

JN540024

2011

7

Bacillus cereus (K2)

JN 600441

2011

8

Sphingomonas paucimobilis (K3)

JN540025

2011

9

Bacillus mycoides (K4)

JN 600440

2011

10

Trichoderma virens

JN 863298

2011

11

Trichoderma harzianum

JN 000305

2011

12

P. putida (P4)

JF701675

2011

13

P. fluorescens (P7)

JN578642

2011

14

Pseudomonas aeruginosa S15

JN377436

2012

15

Pseudomanas plecoglossicida (S5)

JN700182

2012

16

Pseudomonas sp.(S6)

JN700183

2012

17

Acinetobacter baumannii

JX429862

2012

18

Aphyllophorales sp.

JQ34006

2012

19

Eutypella sp.(MEF 14)

JX477425

2012

20

Geotrichum candidum sp(MEF 21)

JX477426

2012

21

Pseudomanas plecoglossicida

     KF702307

2013

22

Bacillus pumilus

     KF702308

2013

23

Lysinibacillus fusiformis

       KF702309

2013

24

Bacillus aerophilus

     KF702310

2013

25

Achromobacter isolitus

       KF702311

2013

26

Fusarium solani WEF 7

AY097316

2014

26

Staphyococcus warneri CPI 2

KP981417

2015

27

Pseudomonas putida CPI 9

KP797885

2015

28

Stenotrophomonas maltophilia CPI15

KP797886

2015

29

Enterobacter sp

KT366927

2015

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MTCC & MCC BACTERIAL STRAIN DEPOSITS



Sl. No.

Microorganism

Accession No.

Year

1

Gluconacetobacter sp.

MTCC 8368

2009

2

Burkholderia sp.

MTCC 8369

2009

3

Pseudomonas aeruginosa (S5)

MTCC 10311

2011

4

Pseudomonas nitroreducens (L9)

MTCC 10463

2011

5

Pseudomonas aeruginosa (L12)

MTCC 10462

2011

6

Pseudomonas taiwanensis

MTCC1161

2012

7

Pseudomonas aeruginosa S15

MCC 2035

2012


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