Kanika Karmakar
  • Department of Botany, Tripura University, India
Research fields
  • Plant science
Personal information


Ph.D. in Botany, Department of Botany, Tripura University, 2015

Current position

Senior Technical Assistant, Department of Microbiology, Tripura University


  1. Ghadge, A. G., Karmakar, K., Devani, R. S., Banerjee, J., Mohanasundaram, B., Sinha, R. K., Sinha, S. and Banerjee, A. K. (2014). Flower development, pollen fertility and sex expression analyses of three sexual phenotypes of Coccinia grandis. BMC Plant Biol 14: 325.
  2. Karmakar, K., Sinha, R. K. and Sinha, S. (2014). Analysis of the karyotype of the sex forms of Trichosanthes bracteata and Thladiantha dubia. Indian journal of plant sciences. 3(1): 45-49.
  3. Karmakar, K., Sinha, R. K. and Sinha, S. (2013). Karyological and electrophoretic distinction between sexes of Trichosanthes bracteata. American Journal of Plant Sciences 4(03): 494.
  4. Karmakar, K., Sinha, R. K. and Sinha, S. (2013). Electrophoretic Distinction Between Sexes of Hodgsonia macrocarpa. Advances in Biological Research 7(3): 77-80.
  5. Karmakar, K., Sinha, S and Sinha, R. K. (2013). Biochemical distinction in dimorphic culms of Bambusa balcooa-a potential bamboo species of North-East India. NeBio, 4(3):6-9.
  6. Singha, H. R., Debbarma, S., Karmakar, K., Sinha, S. and Sinha, R. Diversity in foliar micro-morphology and isoperoxidases of some bambusa species of tripura.
  7. Das, M., Mahadani, P., Singh, R., Karmakar, K. and Ghosh, S. (2013). MATK sequence based plant DNA barcoding failed to identify bambusa (family: poaceae) species from northeast India. Journal of Environment and Sociobiology 10(1): 49-54.
  8. Karmakar, K., Sinha, R. K. and Sinha, S. (2011). Y active sex chromosome in Coccinia indica. Proc. Conf. Water, Energy & Biodiversity. pp. 301-303.
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