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Dr. D Marngar

Associate Professor
  • Address:

    Umshing Umjapung, Mawlai, Shillong - 793022.

  • Contact:

    9863068528
    dmarngar@gmail.com

Qualification

MSc, Ph.D.


Qualifications M. Sc., Ph. D
Area of Interest Genetics
Date of Joining 2.9.2002
Awards/Achievements JRF – NET, awarded by CSIR-UGC, 2001 – 2003.
Publications Book (s):
1. “ Species Extinction in Meghalaya” Edited by D. Marngar and R.D. Lyngdoh, Published by
Department of Zoology, Synod College and DVS Publishers.(ISBN: 978-81-86307-45-8) 2011.
2. “Biodiversity: Herbal Medicine” Edited by D. Marngar and S. Jyrwa. Published by Synod College, Shillong and Akansha Publishing House, New Delhi (ISBN 978-81-8370-154-9), 2008.
Book Review:
Reviewed the New School Text Books of Class XI and XII Biology by P.S. Verma and B.P.Pandey Published by S. Chand and Company Ltd. (Edition) as per Govt. of Meghalaya, DERT No. DERT/TRG/1/2005/Pf-2/4 dated 6th June, 2008 and Govt. of Meghalaya, Education Department Notification NO.EDN.208/2008/4 dated 19th August 2008.
1. Marngar, D. & R.D. Lyngdoh (2014).Apiculture: An alternative income generation in Meghalaya. Ind. J. Sci. Res and Tech. 2(5):90-93.
2. Iangrai A.J.I., Marngar, D., R.M.Lyngdoh and R.D.Lyngdoh (2014). Amphibians of Balat area: A case study in South West Khasi Hills District, Meghalaya, India. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 34(2): 119 – 128.
3. Marngar, D. & Wanswett, I. (2013). Meat Consumption Rate and its Economy in Meghalaya. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 33 (2): 201-206
4. Marngar D and I. Wanswett. (2011) Climate Change and Human Activities: Pushing Species to the Brink of Extinction in Meghalaya. In a Climate Change, Potential Environmental Apocalypse: Human Ethics in Question a book edited by M. Rani, RM.Lyngdoh and K. Nongrum, published by Akansha Publishers, New Delhi 2011
5. Marngar D. (2011) Species Extinction in West Khasi Hills, a Human Action and Greed. Species Extinction in Meghalaya a book edited by D. Marngar and R.D. Lyngdoh, published by DVS Publishers.
6. Marngar D and Wanswett I. (2011) Animal Rearing an Innovation to Poverty Alleviation in Rural Meghalaya. In a Book on “Innovative Resourcing: Empowering Rural Livelihood” edited by I. Wanswett and D. Wanswett. Published by Synod College, Shillong and Akansha Publishing House New Delhi: pp. 24 – 38.
7. Marngar D. (2009). Genetical Concepts of the First Biblical Man and Woman on Earth. In a Book on “Christianity and National Integration” edited by O.L. Snaitang and M. Rani, Published by Synod College, Shillong and Akansha Publishing House New Delhi: pp. 231 – 256
8. Marngar, D. (2008).Natural Stages of Development in Oxya hyla. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 28(3): 337 – 342.
9. Marngar, D. (2008). Intellectual Property Rights and Traditional Knowledge. Biodiversity: Herbal Medicine (ed. D. Marngar and S. Jyrwa.): pp. 74 – 96.
10.Marngar, D. and Kharbuli, B. (2008). Database on Medicinal Plants and Its Public Utilization. Biodiversity: Herbal Medicine (ed. D. Marngar and S. Jyrwa.): pp. 18 – 46.
11. Marngar, D. (2007) Biodiversity Crisis – An Overview. A Proceeding of Regional Workshop on Biodiversity – Herbal Medicine (ed. S. Jyrwa.): pp. 85 – 89.
12. Kharbuli, B. and Marngar, D. (2007). Conservation of Medicinal Plants Diversity of Meghalaya. A Proceeding of Regional Workshop on Biodiversity – Herbal Medicine (ed. S. Jyrwa.): pp. 30 – 79.
13. Marngar, D. (2007). Bioactivity of some plant extracts against the behavioral activities of rice grasshopper Oxya hyla. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 27(3): 279 – 286.
14. Marngar, D. (2006). Ageratum conyzoides, the sterility effect on Oxya hyla. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 26 (3): 281-285.
15. Buam Michael, D.R. and Marngar, D. Medicinal Plants of North Tripura. (2006). Biodiversity In North East India (ed. B.Kharbuli, H. Kayang and D. Syiem.) pp. 99 – 105.
16. Marngar, D. and Kharbuli, B. (2004). Effect of Ageratum conyzoides extracts on the larvae of Metanastria lattipennis. Allelopathy Journal 14 (1): 71-76.
17. Marngar, D., Kharbuli, B. and Choudhury, S. (2004). Effect of Ageratum conyzoides extracts on consumption, growth rate and conversion efficiencies in the instar nymphs of Oxya hyla. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 24 (3): 267 – 276.
18. Marngar, D. and Kharbuli, B. (2003). Insecticidal activity of Ageratum conyzoides against the Oxya hyla nymphs. Allelopathy Journal 12 (1): 81 – 88.
19. Khongwir S., Marngar D., Wanswett D. and Hooroo R N K. (2003). Effect of low temperature on the metamorphosis of two anuran species Rhacophorus maximus and Limnonectes limnocharis. GEOBIOS 30: 117 – 120.
20. Marngar, D., Kharbuli, B., Wanswett, D. and Hooroo, R.N.K. (2003). Bioactivity of Ageratum conyzoides against small rice grasshopper Oxya hyla. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 23(1):1-5.
21. Marngar, D. and Kharbuli, B. (2003). Life cycle of small rice grasshopper, Oxya hyla (Serville). GEOBIOS 30: 145 – 150.
22. Marngar, Dainingstar, Kharbuli, B. and Laloo R. Sajayma. (2002). Insecticidal activity of some Phyto-extracts against the small rice grasshopper, Oxya hyla hyla (Serville). GEOBIOS. 29:16-19.
23. Raghu Varman, A., Hajong, S.R., Kharbuli B., Sentimenla., Marngar D and Renthlei, C.Z. (2002). Role of Vitamin T (Torutilin) In the differentiation of soldier caste in the termite, Odontotermes distans (Holmgren). A Proceeding on “XX National Symposium on Reproductive Biology and Comparative Endocrinology” (Tiruchirapalli), pp 5-6.
24. Marngar, Dainingstar and Kharbuli, B. (2001). The influence of some plant extracts on the feeding activity of small rice grasshopper, Oxya hyla hyla. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. 21 (3): 241-247.
25. Syiem, D., Kharbuli, B., Das B., Nongkhlaw, D.G., Thamar, I., Marngar, D., Syngai, G., Kayang, H., Myrboh, B., Yobin, Y.S.H and Buam, D.R.M. (1999). Medicinal plants and Herbal medicines: a case study in Meghalaya. Biodiversity North East India Perspectives, A Proceeding on “People’s Participation in Bio-diversity Conservation” Workshop, pp. 1 – 8.
26. Marngar, D. (1999). Bio-diversity: A preliminary study of West Khasi Hills, Meghalaya. Biodiversity North East India Perspectives, A Proceeding on “People’s Participation in Bio-diversity Conservation” Workshop, pp. 141 – 149.

Conference/Seminar/Workshop Presentations
1. Marngar D. Study the impact of human activities on the status of Pangolin in Khasi Hills Meghalaya. In a DST (Govt. of India) Sponsored Workshop on Wildlife Research Initiatives in North East India, held in Gauhati University on 21 – 25 October, 2009.
2. Marngar D., Kharbuli B., Kayang H., Syiem D., Myrboh B. and Khongsai M. Role of Community in Biodiversity Conservation: A case study in Khasi Hills, Meghalaya. In Workshop on “Conservation Of Biodiversity and Community Participation”. In New Delhi, 14-15 March (2000).