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Replication Of CSIR NET Life Sciences
ISBN : 9789390054275
Publish : 2021
Pages : 820
Price : 995.00

Replication Of CSIR NET Life Sciences

Editor Debasish Kar
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The book is constructed in a scientific manner considering the fact that the previous years’ questions are not repeated but the concepts are. We have taken a judicious approach to filter out previous years’ questions. Then we have identified the areas from where previous years’ questions are most often asked. Finally, we have considered each of these selected questions as a template and subsequently framed two replicate questions (Replicate 1 and Replicate 2) with similar concepts as done in DNA Replication! In this way, the entire previous years’ questions of CSIR NET Life Sciences are now replicated. This approach is adopted for all the thirteen units of the CSIR NET Life Sciences.We have replicated both Part-B (CSIR 2 marks) and Part-C (CSIR 4 marks) category questions. This brand-new idea of the book will offer a cluster of questions on a prescribed syllabus. The most crucial part of the book is the complete explanation of all the replicated questions. It forms the true strength of the book. 

List of Authors:
1. Dr Aditi Jain, Postdoc Fellow, InStem – NCBS, Bengaluru
2. Dr Prashasti Kumar, Postdoc Fellow, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USA
3. Kanika Jain, Ph.D. Scholar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, USA
4. Dr. Ankita Sehrawat, Assistant Professor, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi
5. Moumita Patra, Ph.D. Scholar, IIT Kharagpur
6. Priyanka Verma, Ph.D. Scholar, BHU, Varanasi
7. Dr Preeti Shukla, Assistant Professor, PDM University, Haryana
8. Dr Neena Ratnakaran, Freelance Life Science Editor
9. Dr Subhadeep Sarker, Associate Professor, Serampore College, West Bengal
10. Sumit Mukherjee, Ph.D. Scholar, NIT Rourkela
11. Dr Atreye Majumdar, Molecular Scientist, CORE Diagnostics, Gurgaon
12. Dr Neha Kachewar, Ph.D. Scholar, CSIR-CCMB, Hyderabad
13. Unnati Bhattacharya, M.Sc., University of Mysore

List of Authors

Unit 1. Molecular Interaction (Biochemistry)
Unit 2. Cellular Organization (Cell Biology)
Unit 3. Fundamental Processes (Molecular Biology)
Unit 4. Cell Communications and Cell Signalling (Cell Biology)
Unit 5. Developmental Biology
Unit 6. System Physiology (Plant)
Unit 7. System Physiology (Animal)
Unit 8. Inheritance Biology
Unit 9. Diversity of Life Forms
Unit 10. Ecological Principles
Unit 11. Evolution and Behaviour
Unit 12. Applied Biology
Unit 13. Methods in Biology

About the Editor:
Debasish Kar graduated in Physiology (H) from Midnapore College, West Bengal. He studied M.Sc. in Biotechnology at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar followed by M.Tech. in Biotechnology at Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal (formerly known as West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata). Later he was awarded a Ph.D. in Biotechnology from IIT Kharagpur. Dr Kar has presented his research findings in one of his talks at an International conference, FEMS in the Netherlands. Currently, he is working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Biotechnology at Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bengaluru. His primary research area includes molecular characterization of betalactamases that cause bacterial resistance against a broad-spectrum antibiotic - a threat to the global medicine. He has published numerous papers in the peer-reviewed journals. A few of his book chapters are published in Springer Nature and Cambridge Scholar Publishing, UK. Dr Kar has penned a number of books on CSIR-NET Life Sciences. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of Bio Frontiers, India’s first monthly magazine in Biological Sciences for the aspirants of CSIR-NET. He is a life member of the Asian Federation of Biotechnology, the Indian Science Congress Association, and the Society of Biological Chemists (India). Recently, Dr Kar has been included in the reviewer board members of Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, London. 

Target Audience:
CSIR NET Life Sciences aspirants.

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