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UPASI Tea Research Foundation, Valparai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

  • Forecasting Blister Blight and Biology and Control of primary root diseases.
  • Investigations on the “Bio-chemical basis of rooting and clonal compatibility in nursery grafting of fresh cuttings in tea”.
  • Role of enzymes in tea processing.
  • Pesticide Residue in Tea.
  • Soil Test crop response study for yield prediction and rationalization of nitrogen and potassium manuring in tea.
  • Development of a protocol for efficient somaclonal plants using drought tolerant UPASI clones as source of explants.
  • Studies on Pacha Taint in CTC Tea.
  • Microbial Control of Tea Pests – 1st Phase.
  • Microbial Control of Tea Pests – 2nd Phase.
  • Microbial Control of Tea Pests – 3rd Phase.
  • Studies on the volatile profile of cut stems of Montanova bipinnatifida an attractant for trapping shot holes borer infesting tea.
  • Studies on mineralization of nitrogen, urea hydrolysis and nutrient releasing capacity of tea soils of South India
  • Studies on pesticide Residues in Tea : (Phase – II).
  • Studies on the volatile profile of cut stems of Montanova bipinnatifida an attractant for trapping shot holes borer intesting tea – Phase II.
  • Studies on Mineralization of Nitrogen, Urea Hydrolysis and Nutrient (K,P,S,Ca, Mg and Zn) releasing capacity of tea soils of South India – (Phase – II).

Tea Resarch Association, (TRA) Tocklai Experimental Station, Jorhat, Assam

  • Integrated control of Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse.
  • Biocontrol of tea pests using indigenous natural enemies.
  • Pesticide Residue in Tea.
  • Extraction Identification quantification and Utilization of Endogenous Growth Hormones in tea.
  • Extraction, Identification and Quantification of volatile flavoury constituents (VFC) in TRA released Darjeeling clones and standardization of process variables in Darjeeling tea with special reference to VFC.
  • Studies on VAM Symbiosis and Rhizosphere Microflora and Effect of their Interactions on Growth and Nutrition of Tea Plant.
  • Pesticide Residues in Tea for setting MRLs (Phase – II).
  • Susceptibility change in Tea Mosquito Bug, Helopeltis theivora, in North East India.

Institute of Himalayan Bio-resource Technology, Palampur (IHBT)

  • Pesticide residue in tea
  • Standardization of green tea manufacture – Phase-I.
  • Modulation of winter dormancy in tea.
  • Studies on aroma complex of tea from kangra region.
  • To Study the pesticide residues in tea for setting MRL (Phase – II).
  • Standardization of Green Tea Manufacture (Phase II)
  • Promoting Organic Framing for Tea Productivity and Quality under Hill and Mountain Agro-system

Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishva Vidyalaya, West Bengal (BCKV)

  • Adaptive research in biological control of scale insects and mites infesting tea.

Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat Assam (AAU)

  • Ground water status of the tea soils of Assam and its impact on leaching loss of macronutrients and fertilizer management through remote sensing technique and other methods.
  • Studies on Ground Water Status of tea soils of Assam and its impact on leaching loss of macronutrients and fertilizer management through remote sensing technique and other standard methods (II Phase).
  • Ergonomic Assessment of Working Postures assumed by workers Engaged in Tea Cultivation.
  • Investigation on the bio-resources for the development of Integrated Disease Management (IDM) strategy against root-knot nematode and certain soil brone fungal pathogens associated with nursery tea.
  • Ergonomic Assessment of technologies used by the workers in performance of different activities in tea cultivation.

Industrial Toxicology Research Centre, Lucknow, U.P. (ITRC)

  • Anticarcinogenic and Antimutagenic effects of Black Tea.
  • Antioxidant Potential of Black Tea on Prostrate Cancer.

Calcutta University, Kolkata (CU)

Vivekananda Institute of Medical Sciences, Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratishtan, Kolkata (VIMS)

Bose Institute, Kolkata

North Bengal University, Siliguri (NBU)

Visva - Bharati, Srininetan, West Bengal

Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Jadavpur, Kolkata

    • Antioxidant role of black tea infusion on the oxidative damage of proteins.
    • Studies on the Borers (Cerambycidac : Coleoptera) attacking shade trees of tea plantations.
    • Black tea as an antidote for cigarette smoke induced oxidative damage of proteins and DNA     as well   as cancer (II- phase).
    • Immunomodulatory activity of Black Tea.
    • Stress-Hypertension and effect of tea.
    • Assessment of Anti-stress and aging defence activities of black tea thearubigins and theaflavins.
    • Use of black tea in reducing cytotoxic effects of heavy metal pollutants.
    • Effect of Tea on Oral Mucosal Cells.
    • Study of Genotypic Predisposition to Oral Cancer modified by Tea “A collaborative study on the population of Assam.
    • An approach to induce selective apoptosis in tumor cells without harming the normal cells of the host by lack tea extract.
    • Evaluation of pro and antioxidant properties of black tea in relation to regulation of mitochondrial death cascade in cancer and immune cells
    • A search for the arthropod enemies of tea pests from Darjeeling slopes and adjoining plains with a study on their efficacy (Phase-I).
    • Evaluation of bio-control potential of some arthropod natural enemies of major tea pests from Darjeeling slopes and its adjoining plains – 2nd Phase.
    • Ecological Studies into the association of Pratylenchus loosi and other nematodes with tea in higher and   lower altitudes of Darjeeling hills.
    • Evaluation of the medicinal properties including antineoplastic property of tea root extract and its active constituents.
    • Therapeutic potential of black tea in various gastrointestinal (GI) disorders: Study with theaflavins and other black tea constituents.
    • Prevention of Gastric ulceration by Black Tea: An insight into Extracellular
      Matrix Remodeling of gastric tissues
    • Comparative Antimutagenic and Anticarconogenic effects and Black Tea Polyphenols Theaflavins, Thearubigins and the different fractions of Thearubigins in multiple test system.
  • Presidency College, Kolkata

     

    • Prospective anti-osteoporosis and anti-hepato-pancreatitis effects of Black Tea Extract
    • An ergonomics – oriented physiological study on workers and workplace environment of tea manufacturing units of Eastern India and its relation with performance and productivity.
    • A Productive improvement – linked study on women tea pluckers of Eastern India with special considerations to their working comfort, welfare and health status.
    • A study to evaluate the possible ameliorating effects of Black Tea Extract (BTE) on obesity – induced liver and bone pathophysiologic changes.

    Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute, Kolkata

    • Modulation of Cytotoxicity and Genotoxicity of Arsenic Compounds in Mammalian cells by Tea Extract and its Polyphenols.
    • Evaluation of the role of black tea in prevention of lung cancer – Phase-I.
    • Evaluation of the role of black tea in prevention of lung cancer – Phase-II.
    • Role of tea polyphenols on the sensitivity of human leukemic cells to apoptosis
    • The Role of Black Tea in Modulation of Bio-activation and Detoxification of Carcinogen and in Prevention of Tobacco Associated ROS Generation

    Jadavpur University, Kolkata

    • Pharmacological Evaluation of the Medicinal Properties of Indian Black Tea. 

    Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research & Education in Cancer (ACTREC), Tata Memorial Centre, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai

    • Investigations on chemopreventive efficacy of Black Tea, the popular beverage in India.

    Indian Institute of Technology, Agricultural & Food Engineering Department, Kharagpur

    • Studies on Nutrient Release Pattern of Vermicompost and Vermiwash and its effect on uptake and Quality Assessment of Organic Tea

    Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar

    • Occupational Mobility of Plantation Sector Labours in Assam : Determinants and implications.

    Regional Research Laboratory, Jorhat, Assam

    • Development of a manufacturing process for Green Tea Polyphenols from fresh leaves of Assam Tea - Phase - I.
    • Development of a manufacturing process for Green Tea Polyphenols from fresh leaves of Assam Tea - Phase - II.

    Centre for Development of Advance Computing (C-DAC)

    • Exploratory studies on development of electronic nose for tea
    • Quality measurement of Black Tea by Electronic Means - Integration of E-Nose, E-Tongue and E-vision

    Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research

    • Studies with some chemical consultants as nutraceuticals of beverage Camellia sinensis with reference to antiulcerogenic activity and the mechanism involved

    Bharathi Women’s College, Chennai

    • Studies on the Protective Role of Black Tea and Mint Tea against changes in the endothelial function in Preeclampsia women

     

     

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