Chromosomal Diversity in Insect
by Sathe T V, SS Patil
Imprint : Daya Publishing House
Year : 2021
Price : Rs. 5995.00
Biblio : viii+161.,figs.,tabls.,bib.,ind., 24 cm
"Dr. Sathe Tukaram Vithalrao [M.Sc., Ph.D., Sangit Vishard, IBT (Seri.), F.I.S.E.C., F.S.E.Sc., F.S.L.Sc., F.I.C.C.B., F.S.S.I., FHAs] is presently working as Professor and Head, Department of Zoology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur. He has teaching experience of 29 years in Entomology at University PG department and 15 years in Agrochemicals and Pest Management. He has written 30 books and published 255 research papers in national and international journals of repute. He guided 20 Ph.D. students and completed 6 major research projects (from CSIR, DST, DBT and UGC). He visited Canada (1988), Japan (1988), Thailand (2002, 2004), Spain (2005), France (2005), South Korea (2006) and Nepal (2007) etc. for academic work. He is member of editorial board of eleven prestigious journals. He delivered 35 talks through All India Radio and international conferences and involved in Doordarshan, S.T.V. and B.T.V. programmes on useful and harmful insects. He published more than 35 popular articles in daily newspapers on insects and sericulture. He got several prestigious awards like “Environmentalists of the Year-2003”, “Bharat Jyoti”, “Jewel of India”, “International Gold Star”, “Eminent Citizen of India”, “Education Acumen”, “Best Educationist”, “Eminent Scientist of the Year-2008”, “Lifetime Education Achievement”, “Lifetime Achievement in Zoology (Insect Taxonomy)-2009”, Education Leadership-2011, Asia Pacific International Award-2012, Global Education Leadership Award-2013, etc. He is also working as Research and Recognition (RR) Committee member for Pune University, Pune; North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon; Shivaji University, Kolhapur and DBA Marathwada University, Aurangabad. He has been awarded several fellowships from different scientific and academic societies. He is Chairman of Maharashtra District Environmental Centre of NESA. <BR> Dr. Mahendra Jagtap (M.Sc., Ph.D.) Entomologist, Malaria Department, District Pune has published 15 research papers and 2 books on mosquitoes. He has participated in several national and international conferences."
About The Book
Chromosomes are hereditary material and have very important role in speciation and identification of closely related species. Chromosomal diversity and their role in speciation and organic evolution has been discussed in different insects including beetles, mosquitoes, aphids, leafhoppers, grasshoppers etc. The chromosomes are basis for the genetic work. Hence, chromosomes have been reported in 8 species of Coccinellids. Simultaneously, morphological diversity have also been reported and correlated from Sangli district of Maharashtra, India. In all 19 species have been reported from Sangli district. Out of which 11 species are found new to the science. Various concepts of chromosomal diversity, genetics, evolution, speciation and insect pest management will be helpful and stimulatory to students, teachers, and scientists.
Table of Contents
1. General Introduction
2. Review of Literature
3. What is Chromosome?
4. Collection, Preservation and Methodology
5. Morphological Diversity of Coccinellids
6. Chromosomal Diversity of Coccinellids
7. Concepts of Chromosomal Diversity