Brajogopal Samanta

Brajogopal Samanta

Assistant Professor, Microbiology and FST (Food Science & Technology), GSS , VSP

Ph. D.
Email ID
Ph. D.


Degree NameInstitute & College nameYear of Graduation/Award
PhDDepartment of Biological Sciences2016
M Sc CAS in Marine Biology2007
B Sc HonoursPanskura Banamali College2005


DesignationOrganizationFrom DateTo Date
Assistant ProfessorCentral University of Rajasthan17-07-201909-04-2020
Assistant ProfessorMandsaur University19-11-201816-07-2019
Postdoctoral FellowMount Allison University01-08-201631-07-2018
Senior Research FellowIISER Kolkata01-05-201402-03-2016
Junior Research FellowIISER Kolkata01-08-201130-04-2014
Project FellowIISER Kolkata01-01-201030-06-2011
Project AssistantBose Institute23-07-200831-03-2009
TechnologistIFB Agro Industries Limited11-06-200707-02-2008


Award nameAward OrganizationAwarded year
ONGC IGU Best Poster AwardIndian Geophysical Union2011
GATEIIT Guwahati2010

Auxosporulation in Biddulphia tridens (Ehr.) Ehrenberg (Mediophyceae, Bacillariophyta).European Journal of Phycology, Scopus, -2020, 55, 296-309

Auxosporulation in Chaetoceros acadianus sp. nov. (Bacillariophyceae), a new member of the Section Compressa.European Journal of Phycology, Scopus, MAR-2019, 54, 206-221

A consensus secondary structure of ITS2 for the diatom Order Cymatosirales (Mediophyceae, Bacillariophyta) and reappraisal of the order based on DNA, morphology, and reproduction.Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Scopus, DEC-2018, 129, 117-129

Study of diatom assemblages from Sundarbans mangrove water based on light microscopy and rbcL gene sequencing.Heliyon, Scopus, JUN-2018, 4, 00663

Spermatogenesis in a bipolar centric diatom Plagiogrammopsis vanheurckii (Mediophyceae).Phycologia, Scopus, JAN-2018, 57, 354-359

Gametogenesis and auxospore development in the bipolar centric diatom Brockmanniella brockmannii (Family Cymatosiraceae).Protist , Scopus, JAN-2017, 168, 527-545

A comprehensive framework for functional diversity patterns of marine chromophytic phytoplankton using rbcL phylogeny.Scientific Reports, Scopus, FEB-2016, 6, 20783

Thalassiosira sundarbana sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta), an estuarine diatom from Sundarbans mangrove ecoregion based on morphology and molecular phylogeny.Phycological Research, Scopus, JAN-2015, 63, 102-109

Analysis of diversity of chromophytic phytoplankton in a mangrove ecosystem using rbcL gene sequencing. Journal of Phycology, Scopus, APR-2014, 50, 328-340

Temporal succession of phytoplankton assemblages in a tidal creek system of the Sundarbans mangroves an integrated approach.International Journal of Biodiversity, Google scholar, MAY-2013, 2013, 1-15

Title of the bookBook / ChapterName of the publisherSubject areaEditionPage numbersISBNPublished year
Unraveling chromophytic phytoplankton assemblages from Indian Sundarbans mangrove wetlands based on rbcL clone library and sequencing approach. In Life for River Proceedings of the international symposium on River Biodiversity Ganges Brahmaputra Meghna River System, Ecosystems for Life, A Bangladesh India Initiative (Eds, Sinha, R.K. & Ahmed, B.)ChaptersIUCNEcosystem and Biodiversity1st Edition271-2809789351968072014
Impact of climate change in the Sundarbans aquatic ecosystems phytoplankton as proxies. In Climate Change Island and Coastal Vulnerability (Eds, Sundaresan, J., Sreekesh, S., Ramanathan, L. & Boojh, R.)ChaptersSpringerClimate Change and Ecology1st Edition126-1409789400760152013