Dr. Deepa Biswas

@kalingauniversity.ac.in

Assistant Professor, Department of Botany
Kalinga University, Naya Raipur



              

https://researchid.co/deepa.biswas

EDUCATION

M.Sc (Botany), M.Phil (Bioscience), PhD (Botany)

4

Scopus Publications

14

Scholar Citations

2

Scholar h-index

Scopus Publications

  • Enumeration of Aeromycoflora Diversity in the Central Library of Kalinga University
    Sampad Kumar Parida, , Paromita Banerjee, Deepa Biswas, , and

    Engineered Science Publisher
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  • Evaluation of Phytochemicals, Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory properties of leaves of Ocimum basilicum L.
    Abhishek Kumar Pandey, Sandip Prasad Tiwari, Deepa Biswas, Yogesh Patel, Harsurbhai M. Jajda, and Gaurav S. Dave

    A and V Publications
    In India, a wide variety of medicinal plants are reported and utilized by people for the treatment of various diseases for a long time. The present study deals with quantitative analysis of phytochemicals like total phenols, tannins, and flavonoids as well as in-vitro antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of ethanolic extract of Ocimum basilicum L. The values of total phenols, tannins, and flavonoids were found to be 5.02±0.06 µg Gallic acid equivalent/mg, 7.80±0.05 µg Gallic acid equivalent/mg, and 6.00±0.06 µg quercetin equivalent/mg alcoholic extract respectively. The antioxidant activity was measured by DPPH (2, 2-diphenyl-1-picryl-hydrazyl-hydrate) assay. The highest antioxidant activity of plant extract was observed at 60 µg/ml and maximum inhibition was recorded at 55.12%. The IC50 value of plant extract was found to be 24.81 µg/ml. In-vitro anti-inflammatory activity was measured by the human red blood cell (HRBC) membrane stabilization method. The hypo tonicity-induced HRBC were exposed to different concentrations of ethanolic extract of Ocimum basilicum L. and HRBC membrane lysis and membrane stabilization percentages were calculated against diclofenac sodium. The ethanolic extract exhibited significant HRBC membrane stabilization compared to diclofenac sodium; 98±0.57% membrane stabilization was observed at a dose of 1000 µg/ml.

  • Traditional uses of ethno-medicinal plants by tribals of jashpur district, chhattisgarh


  • Study of Some Ethno-Medicinal Wild Edible Plants Used for Several Strong Diseases in District Jashpur (Chhattisgarh)
    Chandni Afsana and Deepa Biswas

    Iquz Galaxy Publisher
    Wild edible plants playing important role in the nutrition, hygien, medicinal and conventional lifestyles of the people. The area of Jashpur is rich biodiversity and tribal culture, dependent for sustenance on wild edible plants. These are not only consumed in the Jashpur area, but are also sold in local markets for the benefit of different sections of plants used in different types of diseases. The Survey was conducted on Jashpur district several villages where meeting with local medicine men, Baiga, Vaidya, local people and collect the data regarding to ethnomedicinal wild edible plants. In this study during field survey total 20 ethno medicinal wild edible plant species were identified which are used by the tribal or local people of Jashpur district Chhattisgarh. A total of 20 species belonging to 17 families were documented from the study area. Out of the recorded species were 5 herbs, 3 shrubs, 2 rhizome, 3 climbers, and the rest 7 were trees. Plant parts such as leaves, fruit, young twigs, shoots, rhizomes, roots, flowers, seeds, etc. These plants are also used for medicine as well as food people community.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL KNOWLEDGE AMONG INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES IN JHARGRAM AND PASCHIM MIDNAPUR DISTRICTS
    A Chakraborty, D Biswas
    RES MILITARIS 13 (4), 71-86 2023

  • Enumeration of Aeromycoflora Diversity in the Central Library of Kalinga University
    PBDB Sampad Kumar Parida
    ES Food and Agroforestry 14, 966 2023

  • Study of Weed Flora in the Central Region of Chhattisgarh: A Scientific Survey
    S Nayak, D Biswas, DVR AbhismitaRoy
    Bull. Env. Pharmacol. Life Sci 12, 47-53 2023

  • Phytochemical and Antibacterial Assessments of Leaves of Carthamus tinctorius L. in Chhattisgarh
    DS Permanjali Sabar , Gangotri Mourey , Deepa Biswas , Abhismita Roy
    Eur. Chem. Bull. 12 (8), 1040-1054 2023

  • Evaluation of Phytochemicals, Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory properties of leaves of Ocimum basilicum L
    GSD Abhishek Kumar Pandey, Sandip Prasad Tiwari, Deepa Biswas, Yogesh Patel ...
    Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 16 ((4)) 2023

  • Enumeration of Aeromycoflora Diversity in the Central Library of Kalinga University
    SK Parida, P Banerjee, D Biswas
    2023

  • SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: ESTABLISHING ECO-FRIENDLINESS
    D Biswas
    RECENT TRENDS OF INNOVATIONS IN CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 7-13 2023

  • Green economy: sustainable future
    D Biswas
    Future Prospects for Environment Sustainability, 13 2023

  • Bioprospecting of fungal endophytes from plants of the family Zingiberaceae and their pharmaceutical applications
    DBHNT Soumya Priyadarsini
    Plant Science Research 44, 17-27 2022

  • STATUS OF ENDANGERED MEDICINAL FLORA IN CHHATTISGARH STATE: A REVIEW
    D Biswas
    Journal of East China University of Science and Technology 65 (2), 163-166 2022

  • Herbaceous Plants used by the Tribes in the Treatment of Human and Animal Diseases in the Forests of Chaturgarh
    DRPS Dr. Deepa Biswas, Ranu Rathore,
    Swadeshi Research Foundation A Monthly Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 2022

  • Ethnomedicinal Study Of Some Selected Plants Of Family Fabaceae Of Amarkantak District Anuppur, Madhya Pradesh, India
    DB Veena Meshram
    International Journal of Social Science & Management Studies (I.J.S.S.M.S 2022

  • STUDY OF SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS IN SEMARSOT WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, BALRAMPUR (C.G)
    LSD Biswas
    International Journal of Advance and Applied Research 2, 133-136 2022

  • Physico-chemical and carbon stock analysis of soil under forest ecosystem
    VC Veena Meshram, Deepa Biswas
    EM International, pp. (2087-2094) 2022

  • VEGETATIONAL DIVERSITY IN VARIOUS FOREST OF AMAKANTAK CENTRAL INDIA AN OVERVIEW
    DB Veena Meshram
    Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education(JASRAE) 19 2022

  • Study of some Traditional Medicinal plants in Chaturgarh Forest Region
    CA Ranu Rathore , Dr. R. P. Sharma , Dr. Deepa Biswas
    Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education (JASRAE) 19 2022

  • Forestry Diversities and Wild Life
    TKT Veena Meshram, Deepa Biswas
    The Journal of Oriental Research Madras 1 2021

  • Study OF ethnomedicinal plants used BY tribal people and anticancer herbs IN jashpur district for the treatment OF cancer disease
    C Afsana, D Biswas, D Sharma
    Journal of Natural Remedies, 1-6 2021

  • Traditional Uses Of Ethno-Medicinal Plants by tribals of Jashpur District, Chhattisgarh
    C AFSANA, D BISWAS
    Plant Cell Biotechnology And Molecular Biology 22 (13-14), 106-118 2021

  • A study on the ethno-medicinal plants used by local traditional healer of Jashpur district, Chhattisgarh, India for curing various diseases, International Journal of Scientific
    DB Chandni Afsana
    International Journal of Scientific Research and Review (IJSRR) 9 (Issue 11) 2020

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Evaluation of Phytochemicals, Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory properties of leaves of Ocimum basilicum L
    GSD Abhishek Kumar Pandey, Sandip Prasad Tiwari, Deepa Biswas, Yogesh Patel ...
    Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 16 ((4)) 2023
    Citations: 6

  • Major deteriorative, pathogenic and beneficial fungi reported from various subterranean caves of the world: A mini review
    D Biswas, J Biswas
    Int. J. Ecosyst 7 (1), 11-16 2017
    Citations: 3

  • Study OF ethnomedicinal plants used BY tribal people and anticancer herbs IN jashpur district for the treatment OF cancer disease
    C Afsana, D Biswas, D Sharma
    Journal of Natural Remedies, 1-6 2021
    Citations: 2

  • Traditional Uses Of Ethno-Medicinal Plants by tribals of Jashpur District, Chhattisgarh
    C AFSANA, D BISWAS
    Plant Cell Biotechnology And Molecular Biology 22 (13-14), 106-118 2021
    Citations: 2

  • Habitat and Season Dependent the Invasion of Micro-fungi in Decaying Wooden Flinders: a Case Study of the Dandak Cave of Chhattisgarh, India
    D Biswas, J Biswas, D Sharma
    AMBIENT SCIENCE 4 (2) 2017
    Citations: 1