Name : Shubha Satish Manvi
Designation : Ph.D. Student
Brief Background :
With deep interest in core microbiology, I have completed my Masters in Applied Microbiology from VIT University, Vellore and Bachelors in Microbiology from Fergusson College, Pune.
After completing my degree, I have worked in the field of nanocapsule making, plant tissue culture and anaerobic mycology.
Contact Details :
B.Sc in Microbiology (2011-2014) from Fergusson College, Pune
M.Sc in Applied Microbiology (2014-2016) from VIT University, Vellore
I am currently working on employing methanotrophs, the only known methane biofilters for oxidizing the methane emitted in wetlands and rice fields. Rice fields account for a major source of anthropogenic methane emissions owing to the activity of methanogens in the anoxic layers of soils. By the methane oxidizing activity of methanotrophs, the methane released in the atmosphere can be regulated, thus reducing the GHG emissions, and aiding in plant growth promotion of rice plants. The use of methanotrophs in agriculture reduces the dependency on chemical fertilizers like urea as well.
- Shubha Manvi, Varsha Parasharami, ‘Garcinia indica Choisy: Screening of location for donor female mother plants for micropropagation with effective protocol for establishment of sterile and healthy cultures’, Acta Scientific Agricultural Journal, Vol. 5(7), July 2019 https://actascientific.com/ASAG/pdf/ASAG-03-0514.pdf
- Gauri Mulik, Shubha Manvi, Gauri Ingale, Dr. Varsha Parasharami, Optimization of IBA for efficient rooting in micropropagated Garcinia indica Choisy for in-vitro and ex-vitro studies, Asian Journal Plant Reseasrch, Vol 2(4), May 2019 http://www.journalaprj.com/index.php/APRJ/article/view/30050/56390
- Shubha Manvi, Ushashi Bhattacharya, Veena Sreedharan, Dr. Bhaskar Rao K.V., Antimicrobial Activity of Streptococus variabilis strain- VITUMVB03 isolated from Kanyakunari marine sediments, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and clinical Research, Vol. 10 (9), September 2017 https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ajpcr/article/view/19250/12246