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Dr. Ramadoss Dhanushkodi
Position: Postdoctoral researcher
Department: Molecular Stress Physiology, CPSBB
Dr Dhanushkodi is an expertise on molecular stress physiology of plants and plant-microbe interaction. He has performed an extensive research in molecular and physiological response of Medicago truncatula, Arabidopsis thaliana and other economically important legume crops to abiotic stresses. His major research is currently focused on revealing the mechanism of novel genes which confer oxidative stress tolerance in A. thaliana and applying the research findings to maximize the stress tolerance of important vegetable crops.
Dhanushkodi R., Matthew C., McManus MT., Dijkwel PP. (2018) Drought-induced senescence of Medicago truncatula nodules involves serpin and ferritin to control proteolytic activity and excess iron levels. New Phytologist. 220: 196–208.
Dhanushkodi R., Annapurna K., Bose P., Vithal Kumar L. (2013) In situ localization of Paenibacillus polymyxa HKA-15 in roots and root nodules of soybean (Glycine max L.). Plant Soil. 373: 641–648.
Dhanushkodi R, Lakkineni VK, Bose P, Ali S and Annapurna K. (2013) Mitigation of salt stress in wheat seedlings by halotolerant bacteria isolated from saline habitats. Springerplus. 2(1):6.
Annapurna K., Kumar A., Vithal Kumar L., Govindasamy V., Bose P., Dhanushkodi R. (2012) PGPR-Induced Systemic Resistance (ISR) in Plant Disease Management. In: Maheshwari D. (eds) Bacteria in Agrobiology: Disease Management. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. 405-425.