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Research Profile LUC
Employee Name Dr. Nilanjan Maitra
Employee ID TAC1054
Gender Male
Contact Details 01112430955
01112430955
nilanjan@lincoln.edu.my
Date of Joining 16/11/2015
Department Faculty of Science
Designation Lecturer
Job Type Academic
Academic Experience 07 Years 2 Months
Highest Qualification Phd
Academic Awards
H-Index 2
Citation 9
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Publication

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1 Sediment phosphorus forms and levels in two tropical floodplain wetlands Co-Author Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 2015 2015-12-01 View
2 Isolation, Identification and Efficacy of Inorganic Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria from Oxbow Lakes of West Bengal, India First Author Geomicrobiology Journal 2015 2015-01-01 View
3 Ecological significance and phosphorus release potential of phosphate solubilizing bacteria in freshwater ecosystems First Author Hydrobiologia 2015 2015-01-01 View
4 Ecological significance and phosphorus release potential of phosphate solubilizing bacteria in freshwater ecosystems First Author Hydrobiologia 2015 2015-01-01 View
5 Sediment phosphorus forms and levels in two tropical floodplain wetlands Co-Author Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 2015 2015-12-01 View
6 Influence of temperature, pH, and oxic state on Ca-P dynamics in floodplain wetland sediment : a microcosm study Corresponding Author Journal of Inland Fisheries Society of India 2014 2014-05-17 View
7 Influence of temperature, pH, and oxic state on Ca-P dynamics in floodplain wetland sediment : a microcosm study Corresponding Author Journal of Inland Fisheries Society of India 2014 2014-05-17 View
8 Draft Genome Sequence of the Aquatic Phosphorus-Solubilizing and -Mineralizing Bacterium Bacillus sp. Strain CPSM8 First Author Genome Announcements 2014 2014-01-01 View
9 Draft Genome Sequence of the Aquatic Phosphorus-Solubilizing and -Mineralizing Bacterium Bacillus sp. Strain CPSM8 First Author Genome Announcements 2014 2014-01-01 View