Name : Dr. Pradeep Gopinath Gamre

Designation : Technical Officer ‘A’ – Palaeobiology (B&P)

Job Description :

  • Provide technical assistance to scientists in their research;

  • Preparation of thin sections of petrified wood for study;
  • Participationin Public outreach programmes at ARI and Khodad;
  • Maintenance of the fossil processing workshop;

Contact Details :


  • BSc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Botany) University of Pune
  1. Chate, SV, Bonde, SD and  Gamre, PG. 2019. Palmoxylonphytelephantoidesnov.-A New Fossil Palm from the Deccan Intertrappean Beds of Umaria, Madhya Pradesh, India. International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research and Management, Volume 4 Issue 6:189-193.
  2. Chate SV, Bonde SD. &Gamre PG. Palmoxylonkauliisp.nov.- a new fossil palm stem from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of Umaria, Madhya Pradesh, India.  Research Journey-International Multidisciplinary E-Research Journal. Special Issue -113, 89-92.  Impact Factor -(SIIF)-6.261, (CIF)- 3.452, (GIF)- 0.676, UGC Approved No. 40705
  3. Navnith K.P. Kumaran, Damodaran Padmalal, Ruta B Limaye, Vishnu Mohan S, T Jennerjahn and Pradeep G Gamre. Tropical peat and peatland development in the floodplains of the Greater Pamba Basin, South-western India during the Holocene. PLOS ONE(PONE-D-16-00903). 11(5): e0154297. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0154297
  4. Bonde, S.D., Gamre, P.G.&Nipunage, D.S. 2010. Rhizopalmoxylonmacrorhizon(Stenzel) Bondeet al. from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of Barbaspur, Dindori district, Madhya Pradesh, India.  Geophytology, 38(1-2): 65-69.
  5. Bonde, S.D., Chate, S.V. &Gamre, P.G.Rhizopalmoxylonsingularesp.nov., coralloid palm roots from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of Nawargaon, India. Palaeobotanist, 58(1-3): 57-65.
  6. Bonde, S.D., Chate, S.V., Gamre, P.G.&Nipunage, D.S. 2008. A dichotomously branched fossil palm stem from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of India.Current Science, 94(2): 182-183.
  7. Bonde, S.D., Gamre, P.G.&Mahable, T.S. 2004. Further Contribution to Palmoxylon(Cocos)sundaramSahni: Structure of the rooting base and its affinities.  Vistas in Palaeobotany and Plant Morphology Evolutionary and Environmental Perspectives. Professor D.D. Pant Memorial Volume. P.C. Srivastava (ed.) 2004: 229-235, U.P.Offsef, Lucknow, India.
  8. Bonde, S.D., Varghese, P., Kumaran, K.P.N., Shindikar, M.R. &Gamre, P.G. 2004. Fossil chromosomes in an extinct Gondwana seed plant (Pentoxylon).  Current Science, 87(7):865-866.
  9. Kulkarni, D.K., Gamre, P.G., Patil, M.A. &Kumbhojkar M.S. 2000. Conservation Studies on genetic diversity in Neem (Azadirachtaindica Juss.). Journal of Economic Taxonomic Botany, 24(2): 283-286.