Prof. Sauren Das

Indian Statistical Institute

Agricultural & Ecological Research University, India




1996   Ph. D., University of Calcutta, India

1983   M.Sc., University of Kalyani, India

1981   B.Sc., University of Kalyani, India

Publications (Selected)

  1. Dasgupta, N., Nandy, P., Sengupta, C and Das, S. 2011. Protein and enzyme regulations towards salt tolerance of some Indian mangroves in relation to adaptation. Trees: Struc. and Func. (Springer).
  2. Dasgupta, N., Nandy, P., and Das, S. 2011. Photosynthesis and antioxidative enzyme activities in five Indian mangroves with respect to their adaptability. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 33: 803-810. (Springer).
  3. Dasgupta, N., Nandy, P., Tewari, C. and Das, S. 2010. Salinity imposed changes of some isozymes and total leaf protein expression in five mangroves from two different habitats.Journal of Plant Interactions, 5 (3): 211-221. (Taylor & Francis).
  4. Nandy (Datta), P., Dasgupta, N and Das, S. 2009. Differential expression of physiological and biochemical characters of some Indian mangroves towards salt tolerance.Physiol. and Molecular Biol. of Plants, 15 (2): 151-160. (Springer).
  5. Das, S.2009. Palaeoecology of the lower Bengal basin, Calcutta, India during the Holocene period.Fedes Repertorium, 120 (5-6): 333-342. (WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co.).
  6. Gupta, S, Ghosh, A., Maity, S, and Das, S. 2008. Pollen morphology and their viability of some Indian mangroves.Annals of Tropical Res, 30 (1): 60-71.
  7. Ghosh, A., S. Gupta, S. Maity andS. Das. 2008. Study of Floral Morphology of Some Indian Mangroves in Relation to Pollination. Res. J. Bot. 3 (1): 9-16. (Academic Journals Inc., USA).
  8. Nandy (Datta), P.,Das, S.,M. Ghose, and R. Spooner-Hart 2007. Effects of Salinity on Photosynthesis, Leaf Anatomy, Ion Accumulation and Photosynthetic Nitrogen Use Efficiency In Five Indian Mangroves.Wetland Ecology and management, 15: 347-357. (Springer)
  9. Nandy (Datta), P., Das, S.,Philip Groom, Elizabeth Kabanoff, Ghose, M. and Robert Spooner-Hart. 2007. On the physiological responses ofAvicennia marina(Forsk.) Vierh. From Sydney, Australia in different salinity conditions.Res. Journal of Botany, 2 (1): 33-40. (Academic Journals Inc., USA).
  10. Ghose, M., Gupta, A., Das, S.K., Das, S., Bhattacharya, K., and Roy, D. 2006. Soil characteristics governing the distribution of rattans (canes) in Cachar, Assam, Northeast India.Journal of Bamboo and Rattan, 5 (3&4): 127-132. (Springer)
  11. Nandy (Datta), P., M. Ghose, R. Spooner-HartandDas, S.2006. IsHeritiera fomesless adapted to the present conditions of the Indian Sundarban compared to other mangrove species?Annals of Tropical Research, 28 (2): 76-91. (Philippines)
  12. Nandy (Datta), P., Das, S. and Ghose, M. 2005. Relation of leaf micromorphology with photosynthesis and water efflux in some Indian mangroves.Acta Botanica Croatica: 64 (2): 331– 340. (University of Zagreb)
  13. Das, S. and Ghose, M. 2003. Seed structure and germination of some Indian mangroves – a taxonomic interest.Taiwania, 48 (4): 287-298.
  14. Goswami, A., Chatterjee, M., Muhkerjee, A., Bhattacharya, A. Das, S. and Chattopadhyaya, D. 2003. Study of human olfactory sensory system in response to various odorants in different dilutions on eastern Indian population.J. Ecophysiol. Occup. Health, 3: 206-210.
  15. Das, S. 2002. On the ontogeny of stomata and glandular hairs in some Indian mangroves.Acta Botanica Croatica, 61 (2): 199-205. (University of Zagreb)
  16. Ghosh, S. S., Das, S. and Ghose, M. 2002. On the biology ofNypa fruticans(Thunb.) Wurmb. – an endangered mangrove palm of Sundarbans (India).Advances in Plant Sciences, 15 (1): 71-78.
  17. Das, S., Ghose, M and Paria, N. 2001. Seedling morphology of some mangroves of Sundarbans: A taxonomic approach.Fedes Repertorium, 112 (5&6): 357-369. (WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co.)
  18. Das, S. 2001. Seedling morphology of three mangrove species and their taxonomic implications.Journal of Plant Biology, 44 (2): 92-96. (Springer)
  19. Das, S and Ghose, M 2001. Wood anatomy of some mangroves of Sundarbans, West Bengal.Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, Addl. Ser. 18: 105-115. (Scientific Publishers)
  20. Das, S. and Ghose, M. 1999. Major inorganic elements in the leaves of some mangroves from Sundarbans (West Bengal) and Bhitarkanika (Orissa) – a comparative approach.Acta Botanica Indica, 27: 139-143.
  21. Das, S. 1999. Leaf anatomy: an adaptive feature of some mangroves of Sundarbans, West Bengal.Journal of Plant Biology. 42 (2): 109-116.(Springer)
  22. Das, S. and Ghose, M. 1997. Development of stomata and leaf hair in some mangrovesPhytomorphology, 47 (4): 389-394. (International Journal of Plant morphology, Scientific Publishers)
  23. Das, S. and Ghose, M. 1996. Anatomy of leaves of some mangroves and their associates from Sundarbans (West Bengal).Phytomorphology, 46 (2): 139-150. (International Journal of Plant morphology, Scientific Publishers)
  24. Das, S. and Ghose, M. 1996. Studies of inorganic elements in the leaves of halophytes from Sundarbans, West Bengal.Bangladesh J. Bot. 25 (2): 231-233.
  25. Ghose, M and Das, S. 1995. Structural characteristics of vessel elements in stems of some mangroves.Indian Botanical Contactor, 12: 125-136.
  26. Das, S. and Ghose, M. 1993. Morphology of stomata and leaf hairs of some halophytes from Sundarbans, West Bengal.Phytomorphology, 43 (1&2): 59-70. (International Journal of Plant morphology, Scientific Publishers)
  27. Das, S. and Paria, N. 1992. Stomatal structure of some Indian orchids with reference to taxonomy.Bangladesh J. Bot. 21 (1): 65-72.
  28. Das, S. and Ghose, M. 1990. Pollen morphology of some mangrove plants of Sundarbans, West Bengal.J. Natl. Bot. Soc. 44: 59-75.
  29. Das. S. and Pal, A. 1989. Allergenic pollen producing plants of the Jalpaiguri area with reference to aeropalynology.Environment and Ecology, 7 (3): 642-653.