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Elements Of DBT-JRF Biotechnology, Revised Edition
ISBN : 9789390054916
Publish : 2021
Pages : 610
Price : 895.00

Elements Of DBT-JRF Biotechnology, Revised Edition

Useful For CSIR-NET, ICAR-JRF, ICMR-JRF, GATE-BT, XL, JNU-Ph.D., BHU-Ph.D. And NII-Ph.D.
Editor Debasish Kar
Class None

Description:

More than 10 Previous Years’ Question Papers with Solutions
Model Questions with Explanations

This book is intended for those appearing for the DBT-JRF Biotechnology examination known as the Biotechnology Eligibility Test (BET). The examination is conducted by DBT, Government of India, to encourage students (B.Tech./M.Sc.) of Life Sciences disciplines to pursue research (Ph.D.) in both DBT-affiliated and non-DBT-affiliated institutes. The book is written based on the currently prescribed syllabus by DBT. The book has three sections. The first section deals with the fundamentals of General Biotechnology covering an entire syllabus of the examination. Similarly, the second section deals with the different branches of Biotechnology. Every unit of the syllabus is considered into account to frame quality questions that equalize the standard of BET examination. All the questions are answered with detailed explanations to give an insight into the fundamental concept. The third section of the book deals with more than 10 previous years’ question papers with solutions. The book is also useful for the aspirants of similar examinations, viz. CSIR-NET, ICMR-JRF, ICAR-JRF, NII-Ph.D., JNU-Ph.D., IIT-JAM and TIFR-NCBS. 

Contents:
Syllabus for DBT-JRF BET Examination
Preface
List of Authors

Section I. General Biotechnology
Chapter 1. Biomolecular Structure and Function 
Chapter 2. Methods in Biotechnology 
Chapter 3. Organization of Structure and Functions of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells 
Chapter 4. Cellular Processes 
Chapter 5. Recombinant DNA Technology 
Chapter 6. Genetics, Phylogeny and Evolution 
Chapter 7. Genomics and Proteomics 
Chapter 8. IPR, Biosafety and Bioethics 

Section II. Branches of Biotechnology
Chapter 9. Agricultural Biotechnology: Plant Biology, Physiology, Molecular Biology and Seed Technology 
Chapter 10. Agricultural Biotechnology: Tissue Culture, Transgenic Technologies and Biotechnology 
Chapter 11. Agricultural Biotechnology: Molecular Breeding and Genomics 
Chapter 12. Agricultural Biotechnology: Abiotic and Biotic Stress Biology 
Chapter 13. Agricultural Biotechnology: Biodiversity 
Chapter 14. Animal Biotechnology 
Chapter 15. Biochemical Engineering and Industrial Biotechnology 
Chapter 16. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 
Chapter 17. Environmental Biotechnology 
Chapter 18. Marine Biotechnology 
Chapter 19. Medical Biotechnology 
Chapter 20. Molecular and Human Genetics 
Chapter 21. Neuroscience 
Chapter 22. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
 
Section III. Previous Years’ Question Papers with Solutions
Biotechnology Eligibility Test (BET) for DBT-JRF EXAM 2008–2020
Chapter 23. BET 2020 
Chapter 24. BET 2019
Chapter 25. BET 2018 
Chapter 26. BET 2017 
Chapter 27. BET 2016 
Chapter 28. BET 2015 
Chapter 29. BET 2014 
Chapter 30. BET 2013 
Chapter 31. BET 2012 
Chapter 32. BET 2011 
Chapter 33. BET 2010
Chapter 34. BET 2009
Chapter 35. BET 2008 

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 at many  FEMS  International conferences. Currently, Dr Kar is working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Biotechnology at M.S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bengaluru. His primary research area includes molecular characterization of beta-lactamases that cause bacterial resistance against broad-spectrum antibiotics - a threat to the global medicine. He has published numerous papers in the peer-reviewed journals. Some of his book chapters are published in Springer Nature and Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 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 bi-monthly magazine in biological sciences for CSIR NET aspirants. He is a life member of Asian Federation of Biotechnology, The Indian Science Congress Association, and the Society of Biological Chemists (India). Dr Kar is also a reviewer for Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, London.

Target Audience:
The book will help the entrance exam students of DBT JRF Biotechnology to develop an approach to tackle questions on various aspects of Biotechnology. It also helps them to prepare for similar competitive examination like CSIR-NET, ICAR-JRF, ICMR-JRF, GATE BT, XL, JNU-Ph.D., BHU-Ph.D., NII-Ph.D.

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