Raja Narendralal Khan Women's College, RNLK, Gope College (Midnapore)

Raja Narendralal Khan Women's College (Autonomous)
Gope College

Re-accredited with grade ‘A’ by NAAC    |    NIRF Rank 64 (2023)


Volume 4 – Issue

Application of physiological and biochemical assays as ecotoxicological tools for the detection and monitoring of pesticide pollution in earthworms and agroecosystem-
A review Somanka Sanyal1 and Partha Pratim Chakravorty2
3-17 View
Innovative Practices of Medicinal Uses of Cultivated Garden Plants by the Peoples of Purba Medinipur District, West Bengal.
Paramita Maity1 and G.G.Maiti2
18-35 View
Bivalve haemocyte based inexpensive biomarkers in aquatic environment monitoring: scopes and challenges
Sudipta Chakraborty
36-51 View
Cytotoxic Effects Induced By The Fungicide Dithane M-45 To Gram (Cicer Arietinum L.)
Susanta Kumar Maity and Nilay Kumar Maitra
52-38 View
A Review on Reproductive Strategies in Ferns
Gautam Ganguly
59-75 View
Phytochemistry and Antibacterial Activity of Crude Extracts and Extracted Phenols of Selaginella bisulcata Spring
Gautam Ganguly
76-84 View
Biodiversity with Special reference to Genetic Biodiversity and Sustainable DevelopmentA brief review
Manoranjan Chakraborty1 and Achintya Kumar Samanta2
85-95 View
Comparative Study of Foliar Venation Pattern Andfoliar Anatomy of Two Species of Anaphalis Dc. (Asteraceae)
Nilay Kumar Maitra
95-103 View
Pacu farming- a threat to local population in Purba Medinipur
Angsuman Chanda
104-111 View
Plants used against Intestinal Worms by Ethnic Communities in Paschim Medinipur District, West Bengal, India
Rajendra Prasad De
112-117 View
Total Synthesis of Elvirol: An Unique Bisabolene Sesquiterpene
Nilay Kumar Maitraa and Prabir K. Senb
118-124 View
A Preliminary Study on Wild Forms of Cultivated Plants in West Bengal, India
Rajendra Prasad De
125-132 View
Ethno-medicinal plants used for the treatment of skin diseases from the southern parts of West Bengal, India
Achintya Kumar Samanta
133-140 View