Dr Archna

Associate Professor

Amity Institute of Biotechnology
 
  • Qualifications

    Graduation : B.Sc.(-)-1994,Lucknow University

    Post Graduation : M.Sc.(In Animal Science)-1996,Lucknow University

    Doctorate : Ph.D.(Zoology)-2005,Delhi University

  • Experience

    20 Jul 2006 - Present
    Associate Professor,
    Amity Institute of Biotechnology

    20 Jul 2006 - 09 Jul 2012
    assistant professor grade 3,
    Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University, Noida,
    Amity University, Noida, Uttar Pradesh

    01 Sep 2001 - 19 Jul 2006
    Research Associate,
    Control Laboratory, Division of Entomology, IARI New Delhi ,
    New Delhi

    11 Oct 2000 - 31 Aug 2001
    Senior Research Fellow ,
    Biological Control Laboratory, Division of Entomology, IARI New ,
    New Delhi

    08 Jun 2000 - 10 Oct 2000
    Junior Research Fellow ,
    Biological Control Laboratory, Division of Entomology, IARI New Delhi ,
    New Delhi

    22 Apr 1999 - 31 Mar 2000
    Senior Research Fellow ,
    Biological Control Laboratory, Division of Entomology, IARI New Delhi ,
    New Delhi

  • Current Courses Taught

    Biological Oceanography

    Livestock Production and Management

    Museology

  • Publications

    Differentiation of species and strain of Trichogramma spp egg parasitoid by molecular methods Egg parasitoid new. ,
    IOBC

    Utilization Of Internal Transcribed Spacer Region Sequences Of Ribosomal DNA For Molecular Differentiation of Four Trichogrammatids. ,
    Ento . Soc.of India

    Synomonal Effect of Nine Varieties and One Culture of Rice on Trichogramma japonicum Ashmead and Trichogramma chilonis (GS) (Ishii). (2009). Acta Entomologica Sinica ,
    Acta Entomologica Sinica

    Behavioural response of Trichogrammachilonisishii (hymenoptera: trichogrammatidae) to kairomones.Indian Journal oj Entomology, 73(3): 247-252 (2011) ,
    indian ento soc

    Synomonal effect of eight varieties of rice on Trichogramma brasiliensis Ashmead and Trichogramma exiguum Pinto and Platner (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae).(2011) Iranian journal of entomology 1, 1-7 ,
    COPE

    Synomonal effect of Cole crops on individual and associative learning behaviour of cotesia plutellae ,
    International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences (IJBPAS) A Bridge B

    Effect Of Various Concentration Of Octacosane, Pentacosane And Tricosane On Foraging Behavior Of Trichogrammatids” International Journal Of Scientific And Research Publication.(2012), Volume 2, Issue ,
    International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications

    Orientation response of Cotesiaplutellae towards kairomones emanating from Plutella xylostella and Corcyra cephalonica. Iranian journal of entomology. (2013) 3, 1-5. ,
    COPE

    Impact of synomones on foraging response of larval parasitoid Bracon brevicornis. Annals of plant protection. (2013) 77to 83. ,
    society of plant protection.

    Impact of Synomones Emanating from Three Cole Crop Varieties on Foraging Behaviour of Trichogramma brasiliensis Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae).Annals of Plant Protection Sciences ( 2012) ,
    society of plant protection.

    Screening of nutritionally important gut bacteria from the lepidopteran insects through qualitative enzyme assays ,
    springer

    Study on foraging response of Trichogrammatids governed by volatile cues ,
    Int soc of Tropical Ecology

    Surabhi Singh, Bishwajeet Paul and Archna Kumar (2019). Impact of volatile cues on foraging response of egg larval parasitoid, Chelonus blackburni Cameron. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research,53 (

  • Projects

    Field study and analysis for exploitation of allelochemicals for effective Biological Control in Cab(DST)
    Major Project --Completed with Excellent Remarks by DST- Field study and analysis for exploitation of allelochemicals for effective Biological Control in Cabbage and Cauliflower growing area of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana by (DST)

    Development of allelochemical formulation to enhance the efficacy of natural enemies against potato (na)
    Extended for six months - Received Excellent progress remarks through out the the duration.- Development of allelochemical formulation to enhance the efficacy of natural enemies against potato crop pests -by (UPCAR)

    SIGNALING MECHANISM IN THE TRI-TROPHIC INTERACTION IN VEGETABLE CROPS, PESTS AND NATURAL ENEMIES (NBAIR)
    SIGNALING MECHANISM IN THE TRI-TROPHIC INTERACTION BETWEEN BRASSICACEOUS PLANTS AND THEIR INSECT PEST AND PARASITOID OF THE PESTby (DST)

  • Affiliations

    The entomological society of India Since 12 Nov 2006

    SOCIETY FOR BIOCONTROL ADVANCEMENT, BANGALORE –INDIA Since 31 Jan 2011