The Zoology department of Cotton College was started in May, 1942 by introducing the subject in I. Sc. Classes. B.Sc. Zoology was introduced as pass course in 1947 and got the affiliation from Gauhati University from 1948 onwards. B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology was introduced in 1953. M.Sc Zoology started in 1974 with two special papers- Entomology and Fish and Fishery Biology. Later on, Ecology and Environmental Biology was introduced as a special paper in M.Sc. in the year 1993 and Cell and Molecular Biology in 2016. The department is also awarded with FIST (DST) and a computer lab was established. Now the department functions under Cotton University after the upgradation of Cotton college to Cotton University.
Phytochemical analysis and in vitro cytostatic potential of ethnopharmacological important medicinal plants., Toxicology Reports, 7:443-452
Publish by: Elsevier Publish on: 25-February-2020
Energetically significant unconventional OH⋯ π contacts involving discrete guest (H2O) 8 clusters in a fumarato bridged polymeric supramolecular host of Ni (II) phenanthroline: Antiproliferative evalu, Polyhedron, 176, 114266.
Publish by: Elsevier Publish on: 15-January-2020
Unconventional DNA-relevant π–stacked Hydrogen bonded array involving supramolecular guest benzoate dimer and Cooperative anion–π/π–π/π–anion contacts in Coordination Compounds of Co (II) and Zn (II), New Journal of Chemistry. 44, 4504-4518.
Publish by: Royal Society of Chemistry Publish on: 13-February-2020
Characterisation of cocoon of different population of Antheraea assamensis, Oriental Insects
Publish by: Taylor and Francis Publish on: 06-July-2020
Charge-assisted Hydrogen bonds and nitrile⋯ nitrile interactions directed Supramolecular Associations in Cu (II) and Mn (II) Coordination Complexes: Anticancer, Hematotoxicity and Theoretical Studies., New Journal of Chemistry. 44, 5473-5488.
Publish by: Royal Society of Chemistry Publish on: 05-March-2020
Energetically significant antiparallel π-stacking contacts in Co (II), Ni (II) and Cu (II) coordination compounds of pyridine-2, 6-dicarboxylates: Antiproliferative evaluation and theoretical studies., Inorganica Chimica Acta, 501, 119233