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Dr. Jinu Jacob

Discipline: Biotechnology | Designation: Scientist | At IIMR Since: 2014

Email: jinu@millets.res.in  |  Mobile: 8985156463

Academic Qualifications

Degree Institute / University Year of completion Subject(s) with major field

Ph.D. (Biochemistry)

IARI, New Delhi 2008 Biochemistry (major)
Molecular Biology and biotechnology (minor)
Genetics (Minor)
MSc (Biochemistry) IARI, New Delhi 2003 Biochemistry (major)
Molecular Biology and biotechnology (minor)
BSc (Agriculture) College of Horticulture,
Kerala Agricultural University, Trichur
2001 Agriculture and allied subjects

Employment Record & Experience (Starting from the present position)

Designation Organization Institution & place of posting Period
(From-to)
Duration
(years, months)
Scientist (Biotechnology) ICAR Indian Institute of Millets Research (IIMR) 2014 to till date  
UGC-Kothari post-doctoral fellow
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad Department of Plant sciences Jan, 2012 to December, 2013 1 year 11 months
Post-doctoral Research Associate University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois State, USA Department of Crop Sciences Feb, 2009 to Oct, 2010 1 year 8 months

Current responsibilities:

    • Biochemical characterization of blast resistance in finger millet
    • Identification of defense genes and resistance genes against blast fungus in finger millet and pearl millet

Recent 3 major contributions:

Nil

Recent awards and recognitions:

  • Best Paper Award for ‘Dry popping- An instant method for popping, molecular characterization in sorghum’. G Sangeeta, Jinu Jacob, G Shyam Prasad and KBRS Visarada in the International conference on emerging biotechnologies held at Warangal, India during 28-30 January, 2016.

Current collaborative activities:

Nil

Recent most significant publications:

  • Jinu Jacob, Mulpuri Sujatha, KS Varaprasad (2016) Screening of cultivated and wild Helianthus species reveals herbicide tolerance in wild sunflowers and allelic variation at Ahasl1 (Acetohydroxyacid synthase 1 large subunit) locus. Plant genetic resources; characterization and utilization. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1479262116000095
  • Jinu Jacob, M Sujatha and K S Varaprasad, “Simple sequence repeat analysis of acetohydroxyacid synthase L1 locus reveals resistance to sulfonylurea and imidazolinone in Helianthus wild species’”, 25th Asian-Pacific weed science society conference on ‘weed science for sustainable agriculture, environment and biodiversity’, Hyderabad, India. 13-16 October, 2015.
  • G Sangeeta, Jinu Jacob, G Shyamaprasad and KBRS Visarada. “Dry popping- An instant method for popping, molecular characterization in sorghum” International conference on emerging biotechnologies, Warangal, India. 28-30 January, 2016.
  • Jinu Jacob and I M Santha, “Isolation and characterizaton of b-ketoacyl-acyl carrier protein- synthase III (KAS III) gene sequence from Brassica juncea”, Pusa Agri Science, 30:17-24, (2007)
  • G S Suresha, Jinu Jacob, Pranita Bose, Sanjeev Kumar and I M Santha, “Molecular cloning of partial genomic and cDNA sequence of oleate desaturase gene from Brassica juncea”, Indian J of Agric Biochem, 26(2):125-129, (2013).

Other professional activities:

  • Life member, Society for Millets Research, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
  • Member (2015 to 2017) of Asian-Pacific Weed Science Society (APWSS)

Certified that above facts are correct and I have repeatedly edited and verified to my full satisfaction.

Dr. Jinu Jacob

Last Updated on 18th January 2017

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