Dr. Manish S Bhoyar
Area of Work
Technology Transfer and Business Development division is working in below referred areas
- Research & Development and Science & Technology management
- Business development and transfer technology /knowhow of institute to various industries.
- IPR management, preparation of patent applications and Freedom to Operate documents.
- Conduction of training/awareness programmes relevant to IPR, technology commercialization for the scientists, academicians and farmers etc.
- Popularisation of science among school children.
Dr. Manish S Bhoyar
- Ethnobotanical survey of the traditional edible and medicinal plants from the trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh.
- Conservation, molecular and phytochemical characterization and optimization of dormancy breaking treatments in medicinally important plants from the trans- Himalayan region of Ladakh using molecular biology, stress physiology and biotechnological tools like plant tissue culture technique, PCR technique etc. for nutritional security and pharmacological importance.
- Isolation and characterization of agriculturally important plant growth promoting heavy metal-resistant bacteria for growth and yield of agricultural crops.
- Inventive and sustainable vegetable research using various agronomical practices like greenhouse technology etc. to meet the nutritional requisites and socio-economic upliftment of the tribal’s in the Indian cold arid desert of Ladakh.
- Scouting, documentation, value additions, protection through IPR and social diffusion of outstanding traditional knowledge and grassroot innovations from different states of the India.
- Management of Intellectual Property Rights and related work such as prior art search (PAS), patent applications drafting and filing to IPO.
- Conduction of training to army personnel, local farmers and students about standardization of cultivation practice of different agricultural crops, establishment of different green houses and conservation of high altitude medicinal plants.
- Conduction of awareness workshops/programmes relevant to IPR for scientists, academicians, grassroot innovators, traditional knowledge holders and farmers.
Dr. Manish S Bhoyar
- Renu , K. M. Sarim , U. Sahu, S. Bhoyar, D. P. Singh, U. B. Singh, A. Sahu, A. Gupta, A. Mandal, J. K. Thakur and M. C. Manna (2020) “Augmentation of metal-tolerant bacteria elevates growth and reduces metal toxicity in spinach” Bioremediation Journal, https://doi.org/10.1080/10889868.2020.1844133
- Manish S Bhoyar, Gyan P. Mishra, Pradeep K. Naik, and Shashi Bala Singh (2018). “Evaluation of antioxidant capacities and total polyphenols in various edible parts of Capparis spinosa collected from trans-Himalayas”. Defence Life Science Journal, 3(2):140–145.
- Renu, Manish S Bhoyar, UB Singh, U Sahu, DT Nagrale, PK Sahu (2017) “Characterization of lytic bacteriophage xcc9sh3”Journal of Plant Pathology, 99 (1): 233-238.
- Renu, Pramod Kumar Sahu, UpasanaSahu, Manish S Bhoyar, Munish Kumar, UdaiBhan Singh and R K Pathak (2016)“Ecological success of compatible microbes in consortia isolated from rice rhizosphere for growth and yield of mung bean (Vigna radiata)”. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 10(4): 3231-3239.
- Renu, Pramod Kumar Sahu, UpasanaSahu, Manish S Bhoyar, Rajiv K. Singh and Munish Kumar (2016) “Microbial dynamics in rhizosphere at different growth stages of rice (Oryzasativa) based on plant growth promoting functions”. Annals of Agricultural Research, 34(4): 434-444.
- Manish S Bhoyar, Gyan P. Mishra, Pradeep K. Naik, Ashutosh A. Murkute and Ravi B. Srivastava (2012). “Genetic variability studies among natural populations of Capparis spinose from cold arid desert of trans-Himalayas using DNA markers”. National Academy of Science Letters, 35(6):505–51.
- Sunil Gupta, Manish S Bhoyar, JitendraKumar, Ashish Warghat, Prabodh Kumar Bajpai, Muzamil Rasool, Gyan P. Mishra, Pradeep K. Naik and Ravi B Srivastava (2012). “Genetic diversity among natural populations of Rhodiola imbricate from trans-Himalayan cold arid desert using RAPD and ISSR”. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research, 6(3): 405-415.
- Manish S Bhoyar, Gyan P. Mishra, Raghwendra Singh and Shashi Bala Singh (2011). “Ethno-botany of traditional wild edible plants from cold arid desert of Ladakh-potential source of winter vegetables”. The Indian Forester, 137(8): 1029-1033.
- Manish S Bhoyar, Gyan P. Mishra, Pradeep K. Naik and Ravi B. Srivastava (2011). “Estimation of antioxidant activity and total phenolics among natural populations of Capparisspinosa leaves collected from cold arid desert of trans-Himalayas”. Australian Journal of Crop Sciences, 5(7): 912-919.
- Manish S Bhoyar, Gyan P. Mishra, Raghwendra Singh and Shashi Bala Singh (2010). “Effect of various dormancy breaking treatments on the germination of wild caper (Capparis spinosa ) seeds from the cold arid desert of trans-Himalayas”. Indian Journal of Agricultural Science. 80 (7): 620-624.
- Manish S Bhoyar, Raghwendra Singh, Gyan P. Mishra and Tsering Stobdan (2009). “Lesser-known plants to enrich vegetable basket in Ladakh”. Indian Horticulture. 54 (4):16-17.
- Gyan P. Mishra, Raghwendra Singh, Manish S Bhoyar, Shashi Bala Singh (2009). “Capparis spinosa: Unconventional potential food source in cold arid desert of Ladakh”. Current Science, 96: 1563-64.
- Gyan P. Mishra, Raghwnedra Singh, Ashutosh Murkute, Manish S. Bhoyar, T. Radhakrishnan and R.B. Srivastava (2015).Capparis spinosa: Potential Medicinal and Non-traditional Vegetable Plant from Trans-Himalayan Region of India. Modern Method in Phytomedicine. Eds. Dr. ParimelazhaganThangaraj, Daya Publishing House, New delhi. Pp 43-58
- Jitendra Kumar, Jatindra K Pradhan, Manish S Bhoyar, Gyan P. Mishra and Pradeep K Naik (2014). “Molecular level approach to study genetic diversity in Artemisia annua from trans- Himalayan region of Ladakh, India” Handbook of Medicinal Plants and their Bioactive Compounds. Nidhi Gupta, Research Signpost Publication Trivendrum.
- Gyan P. Mishra, Raghwendra Singh, Manish Bhoyar, Jitendra Kumar and R B Srivastava (2011). “Agro-bioterrorism: a potential threat and preparedness”. Innovations in Agro Animal Technologies. Srivastava and Selvamurthy, SSPH Publication N. Delhi. pp. 301-318.
- Pal Murugan M, Narendra Singh, Dorjey Angchok, Manish Bhoyar, A K Katiyar, S B Mourya, Hitesh Kumar and R B Srivastava (2011). “Solar Greenhouses: A technology for empowering the farmers of Cold Desert Ladakh”. Innovations in Agro Animal Technologies. Srivastava and Selvamurthy, SSPH Publication N. Delhi. pp. 22-43.
- Jenifer Raj X, Jitendra Kumar, Manish Bhoyar, Prabodh Kumar Bajpai, Ashish Warghat and R B Srivastava (2011). “Biotechnological approaches for characterization of trans-Himalayan flora”. Innovations in Agro Animal Technologies. Srivastava and Selvamurthy, SSPH Publication N. Delhi. pp. 171-184.
- Narendra Singh, Manish Bhoyar, M Palmurugan, DorjeyAngchok and R B Srivastava (2011). “Inventiveness towards vegetable research to meet the nutritional requisites of cold arid desert of Ladakh”. Innovations in Agro Animal Technologies. Srivastava and Selvamurthy, SSPH Publication N. Delhi. pp. 1-21.
- Gyan P. Mishra, Ashutosh A. Murkute, Jitendra Kumar, Manish S. Bhoyar, Rajwant K. Kalia and R.B. Srivastava (2011). “Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ) genetic diversity characterization and breeding scope”. Deserts: Fauna, Flora and Environment. Edt. By Sivaperuman, C., Grunwaldt, E.G. et al., Nova Science Publishers, Inc. pp.1-21.
- Meetul Kumar, Gyan P. Mishra, Raghwendra Singh, Jitendra Kumar, Manish Bhoyar and Shashi Bala Singh (2008). “Molecular Characterization of Indigenous Apricot (Prunus armeniaca) Accessions from Trans-Himalayan Region by ISSR Markers”. Advances in Agriculture, Environmental and Health. Edt. by Singh et al., SSPH Publication, N. Delhi. pp. 357-371.
- Narendra Singh, Raghwendra Singh, Hitesh Kumar, Manish Bhoyar and Shashi Bala Singh (2008). “Sustainable Vegetable Research for Nutritional Security and Socio-Economic Upliftment of the Tribal’s in Indian Cold Desert”. Advances in Agriculture, Environmental and Health. Edt. by Singh et al. SSPH Publication. N. Delhi. 43-59.
Dr. Manish S Bhoyar
- Shailendra Gurav, Santoshi Chodankar, Arun Joshi, Anant Bhandarkar, Nilambari Gurav, Anil Pethe, Sushant Dube, Bhagyashri Bhoyar and Manish Boyar (2019). An effervescent herbomineral composition for prevention and therapeutic management of acidity and methods of preparation thereof.(Patent Appl. No.201921014684)
- Devesh Tiwari, Archana Negi Sah, Sweta Bawari, Pooja Paani and Manish Bhoyar (2018). A herbal beverage for prevention and therapeutic management of depression and methods of preparation thereof (Patent Appl. No.201811034116)
- Raghwendra Singh, Gyan P. Mishra, Meetul Kumar, Shashi Bala Singh, Hitesh Kumar and Manish S Bhoyar (2010).A process for the formation of aerial bulbils in garden onion (Allium Cepa Var. Cepa). (Patent Appl. No. 59/DEL/2009 A)
- LIMCA Book of Records-2013,
Dr. Narendra Singh, Dr. M Pal Murugan, Dr. Manish S Bhoyar, Mr. S B Mourya, and Dr. R B Srivastava successfully cultivated 101 different types of vegetables at DRDO-Defence Institute of High Altitude Research (DIHAR) in Leh-Ladakh during April to September 2011, the most in a single season.
Dr. Manish S Bhoyar