Kumananda Tayung

Kumananda Tayung

Department of Botany
Gauhati University
Guwahati 781 014, Assam, India.

Phone : +91-9864964050

Email kumanand@gauhati.ac.in

  • Mycology & Microbiology
  • Plant-microbes interactions
  • Endophytes & Natural Products Discovery
  • Mycology
  • Microbiology

  1. CSIR Project Fellowship, Year: 2001, Awarding Organisation: RRL, Jorhat (CSIR)
  2. DRDO Research Fellowship, Year: 2003, Awarding Organisation: DRL, Tezpur (DRDO)
  3. UGC Research Award, Year: 2012-14, Awarding Organisation: UGC

Selected Publications
Journal Publications
  1. 1. S. Padhi, M.K. Panda, D. Das and K. Tayung, ITS2 RNA secondary structure analysis reveals close affinity between endophytic and pathogenic fungi: A case study in Fusarium species, Annals of Microbiology (Springer) DOI 10.1007/s, 13213-015-1142-x., 2015
  2. 2. S.K. Singdevasachan, J.K. Patra, K. Tayung and H.N. Thatoi., Chemical Constituents, Antioxidative and antibacterial properties of medicinal Mushrooms collected from Similipal Biosphere Reserve, Odisha, India., Proc. Natl. Sci. India. Sect. B Biol. Sci. (Springer) DOI 10.1007/s, 40011-015-0574-1., 2015
  3. 3. S. Mohapatra, S,Das, M.K. Chand and K. Tayung, Biocontrol potentials of three essential oils against some postharvest pathogens., . Journal of Agricultural Technology 10(3): , 571-582 , 2015
  4. 4. S.K. Jena, K.Tayung and C.C.Rath, Occurrence of culturable soil fungi in a tropical moist deciduous forest of Similipa Biosphere Reserve, Odisha, India, Brazilian Journal of Microbiology 46(1): , 85-96. , 2015
  5. 5. S.K. Singdevasachan, J.K. Patra, K. Tayung and H.N. Thatoi, Evaluation of nutritional and nutraceutical potentials of three wild edible mushrooms collected from Similipal Biosphere Reserve, Odisha, India., Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety. (Springer) DOI 10.1007/, s00003-014-0861-4, 2014
  6. 6. M.K. Panda, M..K. Sahu and K. Tayung , Isolation and characterization of a thermophilic Bacillus sp. with protease activity isolated from hot spring of Tarabalo, Odisha, India, Iranian Journal of Microbiology. 5(2): , 159-165. , 2013
  7. 9. S. Padhi and K. Tayung , Antimicrobial activity and molecular characterization of an endophytic fungus, Quambalaria sp. isolated from Ipomoea carnea. , Annals of Microbiology, Springer DOI 10.1007/s , 13213-012-0534-4. , 2012
  8. 15. K. Tayung, B.P. Barik, D.K. Jha and D.C. Deka , Identification and characterization of antimicrobial metabolites from an endophytic fungus, Fusarium solani isolated from bark of Himalayan yew., Mycosphere 2(3): , 203- 213. , 2011
  9. 20. K. Tayung and D.K. Jha, Antimicrobial endophytic fungal assemblages inhabiting bark of Taxus baccata L. of Indo-Burma mega biodiversity hotspot, Indian journal of Microbiology, Springer 50 (S1): , S74-81, 2010

Book (or Book Chapters)
  1. K. Tayung, A. Puratchikody, and S Ramakrishnan, Natural Products - Drug Development (Studium Press India Pvt. Ltd. ISBN No. 978-93-80012-65-0, 2014)
  2. B. P. Barik and K. Tayung, Bioinformatics of Fusarium Lifestyles (S. K. Book Agency, New-Delhi. ISBN No. 978-8315-818-8, 2013)
  3. K. Tayung, B. P. Barik, and U. B. Mohapatra, Advances in Life Sciences (Studium Press, USA. ISBN No. 1-933699-69-8, 2011)

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