Author Name: Dr. Radha Chaube

ISBN: 978-1-63278-904-4

Pages: 100

Publisher: Shineeks Publishers

Published On: April 2021

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About Book
The Book “A handbook on Chordate Practical” is developed to satisfy the requirement of the undergraduate students. This book is solely based on the syllabi of Indian Universities. It deals with day to day practical contents, generally taught in the class. There was a long need for an easy and handy book on the subject. I feel this book will serve the purpose. Each objective of the practical is divided in to individual thirteen chapters. The first few chapters includes the general practicals of specimen identification, dissections and histological slides. The last few chapters deals with the adaptive radiations of representatives of various classes for example Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves and Mammalia. Text is illustrated with hand made diagrams and dissected images. I hope the present book will serve the purpose of those for whom it is written. Further constructive suggestions are welcomed for its improvement.
About Author

Dr. Radha Chaube Professor at Department of Zoology, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, is actively engaged in research and teaching for the past more than decades. Her research area includes Reproductive Molecular Neuroendocrinology, Toxicology and Endocrine disruptors. She has handled 10 projects (National and International) with her expertise in various techniques used for execution of project. She has visited Japan under Prestigious JSPS Fellowship programme to work on sexual plasticity of brain. She has published more than 105 research papers in national and international journals of repute. She has completed UGC and DST-sponsored projects. She is a member of several academic and professional bodies. She has presented her research work in various national and international conferences and Symposium. She is recipient of many awards/honors like CSIR-JRF, ICAR-NET, DST-Women Scientist, JSPS-Post Doctoral Fellowship, INSA-Indo-Australia Early Career S & T visiting fellowship., JSPS-BRIDGE Fellowship, Best Scientist, and Fellow of Zoological Society of India and Society of Life Science etc. Presently she is guiding research scholars for Ph. D and involved in teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students.