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UGC-CSIR NET Life Sciences, Revised Edition
ISBN : 9789390054923
Publish : 2021
Pages : 840
Price : 995.00

UGC-CSIR NET Life Sciences, Revised Edition

Explanations And Solutions (Useful For DBT-JRF, ICMR-JRF, ICAR-JRF, GATE BT, XL, JNU-Ph.D., BHU-Ph.D., NII-Ph.D.)
Editor Debasish Kar
Class None

Description:

Detailed Solutions of the Past 18 Years’ Question Papers

The book provides detailed solutions of the CSIR NET Life Sciences questions since 2003. Each unit of the CSIR is sorted out, and the explanations are done meticulously. Every explanation is written in a precise manner. The two-mark questions of CSlR are mainly memory based. The explanations will help students memorize the basic information. However, the four-mark questions of CSIR are a bit tricky and twisting.These explanations are paid more attention. It will certainly enhance the problem-solving skills of the CSIR aspirants. It will also help graduate students to gain sound knowledge in the Life Sciences domain, which is required to crack several other similar examinations, viz. ICMR-JRF, DBT-JRF, GATE, ICAR-NET, NII-Ph.D., JNU-Ph.D., BARC and TIFR-NCBS. 

Contents:
Preface
List of Authors

Unit 1. Biochemistry
Unit 2. Cellular Organization
Unit 3. Molecular Biology
Unit 4. Cell Communication and Signaling
Unit 5. Developmental Biology
Unit 6. Plant Physiology
Unit 7. Animal Physiology
Unit 8. Inheritance Biology
Unit 9. Diversity of Life
Unit 10. Ecology
Unit 11. Evolution
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. Biotechnology at Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal (formerly known as West Bengal University of Technology). Later he was awarded a Ph.D. in Biotechnology from IIT Kharagpur. Dr Kar has presented his research findings at many FEMS International conference. 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 a broad-spectrum antibiotic - a threat to the global medicine. He has published numerous papers in the peer-reviewed journals. Some of his book chapters have been published by 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 the 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 enhance the problem-solving skills of the CSIR aspirants. It will also help graduate students to gain sound knowledge in the Life Sciences domain which is required to crack several other similar examinations, viz. ICMR-JRF, DBT-JRF, GATE, ICAR-NET, NII-Ph.D., JNU-Ph.D., BARC and TIFR-NCBS.

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