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Smt. TRESA HAMALTON
 

Designation: Scientist- C

Qualification:  M.Sc. (Biotechnology),

Area of Specialization:   

  • Plant tissue culture and Genetic transformation

Research interest:

  • Timber forensics

  • Gene function analysis

Honors/Awards/Fellowships/Recognition:

  • Qualified GATE 2010.

  • Executive Member of the 'Society for Promotion of Tropical Biodiversity’, Jabalpur (MP) and Member of the Editorial Board of ‘Indian Journal of Tropical Biodiversity’ during 2014.

  • Editor & Co-ordinator of the monthly e-magazine, Van Sangyan during 2014.

Training/Symposia Attended: 8

 

Research publication:

  • International: 1

  • National: 1

  • Scientific magazines: 16

Papers published in Proceedings of Symposiums/Conferences:

  • “Genetic variation studies in tree species using carbonic anhydrase isozyme analysis” in Proceedings of national seminar on tree biotechnology 2013: Emerging opportunities in forestry and tree science, held at IFGTB, Coimbatore (pp. 145-7)

Pamphlets/Brochures Published:

  • IWST Technical bulletin on ‘Micropropagation of Bamboo Species’

 

Research Project as PI:

  • Studies on propagation of a valuable timber species, Diospyros ebenum J.Koenig ex Retz. through seeds and in vitro techniques (Funding Agency: ICFRE)

  • Development of procedure for forensic identification of illegally cut mangrove trees using molecular marker techniques (Funding Agency: Mangrove & Marine Biodiversity Conservation Foundation)

  • Production of transgenic teak tolerant to defoliating pests (ICFRE)

M. Sc. Dissertation guidance: 11

 

S. No.

Name of the student

Title

Duration

1

Sudeepta Mishra,

Rajiv Gandhi College, Satna

Carbonic anhydrase isozyme analysis in Dalbergia sissoo

6 months

2

Hemant Ahirwar,

Extol College, Bhopal

Isozyme analysis of carbonic anhydrase in economically important tree species

6 months

3

Roli Jhariya,

Mata Gujri Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jabalpur

Callus culture for somatic embryogenesis in Tectona grandis using different seedling explants

6 months

4

Binita Tigga,

St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur

Alignment and phylogenetic analysis of carbonic anhydrase nucleotide and protein sequences from plant species

6 months

5

Kanchan Agrawal,

Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodya University, Satna

Multiple sequence alignment and phylogenetic analysis of cellulose synthase sequences of forestry species

6 months

6

Deepti Hardaha,

Mata Gujri Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jabalpur

A study on the effect of BA and Picloram on somatic embryo induction using seedling derived callus of Tectona grandis

6 months

 

 

Communication Address:

Smt. Tresa Hamalton

Scientist-C

Tree Improvement and Genetics Division

Institute of Wood Science and Technology

18th Cross, Malleshwaram,

Bangalore – 560 003 (INDIA)

Tel No.: 0091-80-22190137

Fax No.: 0091-80-23340529

E-Mail: tresa@icfre.org

 


 
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