LOOKING FOR A POSTDOC IN PLANT SCIENCES

dsrinivas at kean.ucs.mun.ca dsrinivas at kean.ucs.mun.ca
Thu Oct 20 16:09:43 EST 1994


Hello:
 I am looking for a Postdoc Position in any areas of Plant Sciences 
and am available immediately. Thanks in advance.
                 

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                                   RESUME

                                                       
     NAME      DR. SRINIVAS DENDULURI

     ADDRESS   DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
               MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND     
               ST.JOHN'S.NEWFOUNDLAND
               CANADA.AIB 3X9.
     
     E-MAIL  DSRINIVAS at KEAN.UCS.MUN.CA

     DATE OF BIRTH  15-08-1964

     NATIONALITY    INDIAN	

     ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS       

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NAME OF THE DEGREE        YEAR     BOARD\UNIVERSITY     DIVISION
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     Ph.D (N2 Fixation)     1990-94  MEMORIAL UNIV.(CANADA)
          (Cell Biology)
     Ph.D (Pl. Physiology  1987-90   VIKRAM UNIV.(INDIA)
           (Metal Toxicity)
     M.PHIL(Pl.Physiology  1986-87   VIKRAM UNIV.(INDIA)   FIRST  
            Metal Toxicity)                                (UNIV.THIRD)
     M.SC (Cytogenetics)    1984-86   AGRA UNIV.(INDIA)     FIRST

     B.SC                   1981-84   ANDHRA UNIV.(INDIA)   FIRST
        
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    PRESENT OCCUPATION     POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW AT MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY, ST.
			   JOHN'S, CANADA

     RESEARCH EXPERIENCE   WORKED  FOUR YEARS AS SENIOR RESEARCH  
                           SCHOLAR AT SCHOOL OF STUDIES IN BOTANY,
                           VIKRAM UNIVERSITY. UJJAIN (INDIA).
                           
                           THREE YEARS RESEARCH EXPERIENCE AT     
                           DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY, MEMORIAL        
                           UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND, ST.JOHN'S.

			   FOUR MONTHS AS A RESEARCH LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 
			   I AT DEPT. OF FORESTRY, ST.JOHN'S, CANADA
     
     AREAS OF EXPERTISE     PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY, PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, PLANT
			    CELL BIOLOGY 
                           

     TEACHING EXPERIENCE   THREE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN TEACHING 1001
                           AND 2010 BIOLOGY LABS AT MEMORIAL UNIV.

     HONOUR                SELECTED AS A REPRESENTATIVE BY CITIZEN 
			   AMBASSADOR PROGRAM, USA TO VISIT RUSSIA TO ASSESS
                           THE HEALTH AND POLLUTION CONDITIONS

     FELLOWSHIPS:          A) RECIPIENT OF UNIVERSITY GRANTS      
                           COMMISSION (INDIA) FELLOWSHIP DURING THE 
                           STUDY OF MY MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY AND   
                           DOCTORAL OF PHILOSOPHY.
 
                           B) RECIPIENT MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF    
                           NEWFOUNDLAND FELLOWSHIP (CANADA).

     AWARDS:               A) RECIPIENT OF YOUNG SCIENTIST CASH   
                           PRIZE AWARD IN YOUNG SCIENTIST SEMINAR 
                           HELD AT  BANGLORE (INDIA).

     TITLE OF M.PHIL THESIS "TOXICITY OF LEAD AND ITS INTERACTION 
                             WITH CHELATING AGENTS IN SOIL-PLANT  
                             SYSTEMS IRRIGATED WITH SEWAGE WATER"

     TITLE OF FIRST PH.D THESIS: "EFFECTS OF LEAD, MANGANESE AND  
                                 CHELATING AGENTS ON SOME VEGETABLE 
                                 CROPS GROWN IN  SEWAGE IRRIGATED 
                                 SOIL"
               
     TITLE OF SECOND PH.D THESIS  "DIFFERENTIATION OF NITROGEN-
                                   FIXING NODULES OF SESBANIA
                                   ROSTRATA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE
                                   TO OLEOSOMES
                                                                 
     PUBLICATIONS:                              
          
     Papers related to Metal Toxicity (Pl.Physiology &
     Biochemistry):

     Srinivas, D. (1993). Reduction of lead accumulation by       
       ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid and nitrilo triacetic acid 
       in okra grown in sewage irrigated soil. Bull. Environ. Con. 
       Toxicology. 51: (1) 40-45

     Srinivas, D (1994) Reduction of manganese accumulation by    
       ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid and nitrilo triacetic acid 
       in okra grown in sewage irrigated soil. Bull. Environ. Cont. 
       Toxicol. 52 (3) 438-443

     Srinivas, D (1994) Ameliorative effects of ethylenediamine   
       tetra acetic acid and nitrilo triacetic acid on lead       
       toxicity in okra grown in sewage irrigated soil. Bull.     
       Environ. Cont. Toxicol. 52 (4) 516-522 

     Srinivas, D (1994) Ameliorative effects of ethylenediamine   
       tetra acetic acid and nitrilo triacetic acid on manganese  
       toxicity in okra grown in sewage irrigated soil. (Submitted 
       to Bull. Environ. Cont. Toxicol).

     Srinivas, D (1993) Chelation of metal ion by organic molecules
       in the soil. (Submitted to Reviews of Environ. Cont.Toxicol)

     Srinivas, D (1993) Role of ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid in 
       the amelioration of lead toxicity in pea (Pisum sativum L.). 
       (Submitted to Acta Botanica Hungria)

     Tongaria, P; Srinivas, D. and Singh, V.P. ( 1989). Assessment 
       of three heavy metals Hg, Cd and Pb on germination and     
       chlorophyll content of cowpea. Vegetos 2 (1): 101-103

     Srinivas, D. ( 1989). Effects of mercury and mangenese on some 
       physiological aspects of radish ( Raphanus sativus L.)     
       Progress in Pollution Res. Proc. Nat.Young Scientist's     
       Seminar. Environmental Pollut. University of Agricultural  
       Sciences. Banglore, India. p. 100-104

     Srinivas, D. ( 1989). Role of chelating agents in supplying  
       micronutrients to plants. Vegetos 2 (1): 115-15.

     Srinivas, D and VP Singh (1992) Ameliorative effects of      
       ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid on lead toxicity in okra  
       (Abelmoschus esculentus L.). In: Canadian society of Plant 
       Physiologists 34th Annual Meeting. Memorial University of  
       Newfoundland. Canada.  

     Srinivas, D. ( 1989). Effect of lead and ethylene diamine    
       tetra acetic acid on some physiological aspects of         
       Abelmoschus esculentus L moench. Nat. Seminar on Natural   
       Resources Conservation and Environmental Management. India. 
       p-20.

Papers related to Cell Biology: 

     Arya K. Bal and S. Denduluri (1994) Catalase activity and    
       biogenesis of microbodies in nitrogen-fixing root nodules
       of beach pea (Lathyrus maritimus L.) (Submitted to Plant   
       Cell Environment).

     Arya K. Bal and S. Denduluri (1993) Fine structural         
       characterstics of the plasmalemma-cell wall interface of the
       inner cortical cells of nitrogen fixing nodules. Submitted
       to Plant Sci. (Submitted)   

     Srinivas, D and Bal AK (1992) Oleosomes (lipid bodies) in    
       Sesbania rostrata stem and nodules. 9th International      
       Conference on Nitrogen Fixation. Mexico.

     Bal AK; J.Barimah-Asare and Srinivas D (1992) Catalase       
       activity in the infected cells of root nodules of beach pea. 
       Canadian Society of Plant Physiologists Eastern Regional   
       Meeting. University of Montreal. Canada.

     Srinivas, D (1993) Nitrogen metabolism in microbes and plants. 
       Submitted to Biol Edu. (Accepted)

Articles of General Interest:

     Srinivas, D (1992) Is allocation of carbohydrates and        
       woodiness of plants determine by potassium? Biol. Edu. July- 
       September: 209-212  

     Srinivas, D (1991) Dioecism in flowering plants: Causes and  
       Evolution. Biol Edu. 2: 93-100  

     Srinivas, D. ( 1989). Increasing protein content. Biol. Educ. 
       6 (1): 28-30.
                    



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