• Rashmi Rekha Saikia, Suresh Deka, Hemen Sarma. Biosurfactants from Bacteria and Fungi- Perspectives on Advanced Biomedical Applications. Biosurfactants for a Sustainable Future: Production and Applications in the Environment and Biomedicine. Wiley, 2021.
  • Wangpan T, Wangpan A, Chetry LB, Tangjang S (2021). Anti-proliferating activity of some toxic and medicinal plants used by Wancho tribe of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Natulae Scientia Biologicae, 13(2): 10894.


  • Pallwabee Duarah and Kalyan Das, Diversity of Small Indigenous Freshwater Fish Species (SIFs) in Assam; Nutritional Contents and Medicinal Importance: A Review, International Journal on Emerging Technologies 10(2): 357-361(2019) (Scopus and UGC-CARE Journal).
  • Kalyan Das, Pallwabee Duarah, Traditional Knowledge About the Application of Phytoremedies by Tea Tribe and Karbi Tribe of Assam, India Against Certain Common and Frequently Occurring Skin Diseases, Journal of Advanced Scientific Research, 2019; 10 (3) Suppl 1:257-261 (UGC CARE list – I Journal).
  • Saikia A K, Parkash V, Hazarika P K, Hussain M, Das Kalyan, Duarah P, Jasminum multiflorum (Burm. f.) Andrews (Oleaceae) - a new host plant record for Saissetia coffeae (Walker) (Coccidae: Hemiptera) from Assam, India, Emer Life Sci Res (2019) 5(1): 18-22.


  • Das, S. K.,Mahanta, S.,Boruah, J., Rajkumari, R.G., Bhuyan, N. “Isolation and Characterization of Oil Hydrocarbon Degrading Microorganisms”. Biotech (2018) (ISSN: 2230-9098).
  • Saikia A, Das. K and P. (2018) Saissetia coffeae (Walker) (Coccidae: Hemiptera) infestation on Meyna spinosa Roxb. ex Link-a new host plant and sap-sucker (pest) record from Assam, India, Emer Life Sci Res (2018) 4(1): 15-18, ISSN: 2395-6658.
  • Chetry LB, Sarma HN, Bharali MK (2018). Inhibitory effect of Dillenia indica L. bark extract on testosterone induced benign prostatic hyperplasia in rat. NeBIO 9(1): 117-123.).
  • Chetry LB, Bharali MK, Basar K, Taye K, T Tapi, Tsering J, Wangpan T (2018). Medicinal plants used against gastrointestinal disorders among the Adi Tribe of Eastern Himalaya. NeBIO 9(1): 93-101.
  • Chetry LB, Bharali MK (2018). Antiproliferative effect of aqueous bark extract of Oroxylum indicum L. on Vigna radiata L. (Green gram) seedlings. The Journal of Phytopharmacology, 7(2): 175-179.
  • Tapi T, Wangpan T, Chetry LB, Tesia P, Giba J, Tangjang S (2018). Isolation of cellulolytic fungi from the litter of Phyllostachys bambusoides from Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. NeBIO 9(1): 144-149.


  • Bhuyan, D., Sarmah, M.C. and Dutta, K.D. “Seasonal variation of the rearing performance of eri silk worm, samia ricini (donovan) on Kesseru, Heteropanax fragrans (roxb.) Seem” PARIPEX - Indian journal of research 6, no. 9 (2017): 15-17.
  • K and Duarah. P. (2017) Alcohol fuelled violence by men and its impact on family, with special reference to the wives of alcoholics, Srotaswini, Vol – III, 2017, ISSN – 2277-5277, pp. 189 -195.


  • Bhuyan, D. “Some Indigenous Fish Preservation Techniques Practised in Jorhat District, Assam, India”International Journal of Advanced Biotechnology and Research (IJBR) 7, no.1 (2016):55-58.
  • Bhuyan, D. “A Study on Body Mass Index and Central Obesity among the College Level Students of Jorhat Town, Assam, with special reference to urbanised food habit” Bhogdoi 4 (2016):40-47.
  • Wangpan T, Chetry LB, Tsering J, Tapi K, Tangjang S (2016). Anti-malarial plants of Jonai, India: An ethnobotanical approach. Natulae Scientia Biologicae, 8(1): 27-32.


  • Saikia, D., Gogoi, P.K., Phukon, P., Bhuyan, N., Borchetia, S., Saikia, J. “Green synthesis of silver nano particles using Asiatic Pennywort and Bryophyllum leaves extract and their anti-microbial activity”. Advance Materials Letters. 2015, 6(3), 260-64. DOI: 10.5185.5655.
  • Bhuyan, D. and Bora, A.R. “Ericulture- An instrument of empowering rural women: A study in some villages of Jorhat District, Assam” Srotaswini: Peer- reviewed biennial bilingual research journal 2 (2015):150- 153.
  • Bhuyan, D., Sarmah, M.C. and Dutta, K.D. “Effect of Differential Feeding on Eri Silk Worm (Samia Ricini Donovan) and its Pupal Protein Concentration” International Journal of Education and Science Research Review 2 (2015): 21- 24.
  • Kaustuvmani Patowary, Rashmi Rekha Saikia, Mohan Chandra Kalita, Suresh Deka, Degradation of Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbon Employing Biosurfactant Producing Bacillus pumilus Annals of microbiology. 2015; 65(1), 225-234.
  • K and Duarah. P. (2015) Knowledge about the Application of Indigenous plants as Herbal cosmetics by Women’s of Bahona, Jorhat, Assam, Emerging Echoes, Vol IV, 2015, ISSN – 2230-7443 pp 77-80.


  • Bhuyan, D. “Paddy cum fish farming- a sustainable way of agriculture, Practiced in Jorhat district of Assam, with special Reference to Hatigarh village” Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries 2, no.2 (2014): 119-125.
  • Rashmi Rekha Saikia, Hemen Deka, Debahuti Goswami, Jiumoni Lahkar, Siddhartha Narayan Borah, Kaustuvmani Patowary, Plabita Baruah, Suresh Deka, Achieving highest glycolipid biosurfactant by selecting proper carbon nitrogen ratio. Journal of Surfactants and Detergents. 2014; 17(3), 563-571.
  • Plabita Baruah, Rashmi Rekha Saikia, Partha Pratim Baruah, Suresh Deka, Effect of crude oil contamination on the chlorophyll content and morpho-anatomy of Cyperus brevifolius (Rottb.) Hassk. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 2014; 21(21), 12530-12538.
  • K and Duarah. P. (2014) Traditional Knowledge of the Women’s of Kaibarta Community of Assam about the application of Phyto-remedies in certain Common Childhood Diseases, International Research Journal of Biological Sciences, Vol. 3(1), pp 57-63, January (2014), ISSN: 2278-3202.
  • P and Das. K. (2014), Diversity of Small Indigenous Freshwater Fish Species in Jorhat, Assam: with Special Reference to ITK about Health Benefit from Such Species, Journal of Advanced Research Vol 1, Issue 1, January, 2014, ISSN- 2319-6661.
  • K and Duarah. P. (2014) Indigenous Traditional Knowledge of the Women of Ahom Community of Assam Regarding the Application of Phytoremedies for their Family Health, Emerging Echoes, Vol III, March, 2014, ISSN – 2230-7443 pp 38-41.
  • K and Duarah. P. (2014) Biomedical Waste and Its Management Practices in Jorhat, Assam, Journal of Advanced Research, Vol 2, Issue 2, April, 2014, ISSN- 2319-6661, pp – 34-39.
  • Bharali MK, Chetry LB (2014). Aqueous methanolic bark extract of Oroxylum indicum inhibited testosterone induced prostate hyperplasia in rat. Pharmacognosy Journal, 6(3): 79-85. ISSN: 0975-3575 (Scopus indexed).
  • Chetry LB, Bharali MK (2014). Effect of Oroxylum indicum crude bark extract on experimentally induced prostatic hyperplasia in Sprague Dawley rats. Journal of Bioresources,1(1): 33-37.
  • Bharali MK, H Konya, Chetry LB (2014). Protective effect of Oroxylum indicum on acetaminophen induced liver injury in rat. International Current Pharmaceutical Journal, 3(2): 223-227.


  • Phukon, H. K. and Biswas, S.P.: An Investigation on Larvicidal Efficacy of some Indigenous Fish Species of Assam, India. Adv. Biores., Vol4 (3) (2013): 22-25.
  • Phukon, H. K. and Biswas, S.P. (2013):   Observations on fecundity and Gonado somatic ratio (GSR) of Puntius ticto (Ham) from Dibrugarh, Assam. Bull. Life Sci. Dibrugarh University, xix (2013); 59-66.
  • Abujam, S. K. S., Paswan, G., Dakua, S., Deori, D. J., Phukon, H. K., Saikia, A. K. & Biswas, S.P.: Indigenous poisoning practice in waterbody of NE-India: a case study; Fishing Chimes (2013).
  • Rashmi Rekha Saikia, Suresh Deka, Removal of hydrocarbon from refinery tank bottom sludge employing microbial culture. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 2013; 20:9026–9033.
  • K and Duarah. P. “Invasive Alien Plant Species in the Roadside Areas of Jorhat, Assam: Their Harmful Effects and Beneficial Uses”, IJERA, Vol 3, Issue 5, Sept-Oct, 2013, pp 353-358.
  • Bharali MK, Chetry LB (2013). Hepatoprotective role of green tea extract in acetaminophen induced liver injury in mice. South Asian Journal of Experimental Biology, 3(2): 84‐91.
  • Bharali MK, K Aran, G Arangham, Chetry LB (2013). Cytogenetic effect of lead acetate exposure on root tip cells of Allium cepa L. Journal of Global Biosciences, 2(6): 217-221.


  • Phukon, H. K. and Biswas, S. P.: Observation on maturity indices and fecundity of Puntius sophore (Ham-Buch) from upper Assam. Asian J. Exp. Biol. Sci. 3(1) (2012): 247-250.
  • Phukon, H. K. and Biswas, S.P.: Length-weight relationship and condition factor of pool barb, Puntius sophore (Ham) of Assam, India, Bull. Life Sci. Dibrugarh University, 60-68 (2012).
  • R. Saikia, S. Deka, M. Deka, I.M. Banat, Isolation of Biosurfactant Producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa RS29 from Oil-Contaminated Soil and Evaluation of Different Nitrogen Sources in Biosurfactant Production. Annals of Microbiology. 2012; 62:753–763.


  • Phukon, H. K. and Biswas, S.P.: Study on habitat ecology and fish diversity of a wetland in upper Assam; Geobios 38 (2011):45-48.
  • Phukon, H. K. and Biswas, S.P.: Investigation on Channa gachua as a potential biological control agent of mosquitoes under laboratory conditions’, Asian j. Exp. Biol. Sci. 2(4) (2011): 606-611.
  • Rashmi Rekha Saikia, Suresh Deka, Manab Deka, Hemen Sarma, Optimization of environmental factors for improved production of rhamnolipids by Pseudomonas aeruginosa RS29 on glycerol. Journal of Basic Microbiology. 2011; 51: 1–12.
  • Hemen Sarma, Suresh Deka, Hemen Deka, Rashmi Rekha Saikia, Accumulation of heavy metal in some selected medicinal plants. Review of environmental contamination and toxicology. 2011; 214: 63-86.
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