Priyakshee Borpatra Gohain
Research Fellow in Plant Breeding & Genetics
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PhD in Plant Science (Southern Cross University, Australia)
BSc in Agriculture (Assam Agricultural University, India)
MSc in Plant Breeding & Genetics (Assam Agricultural University, India)
Dr. Borpatragohain has over ten years of experience in brassica breeding with a strong interest in mineral nutrition and plant metabolites. Her current research interests include:
- Understanding the crop genome complexity related to sulphur metabolism and pungency of mustard
- Genetic manipulation of seed storage proteins and glucosinolate of Indian mustard
- Genetic mapping of Brassica rapa by using next generation sequencing approaches
- Understanding the interaction between epigenetic marks and potassium variability on brassica genome
- Breeding mustard genotypes suitable for Australian growing condition.
Additionally, Priya has been applying advanced genomics and single-cell proteomics technologies to understand the links between crop nutrition and crop metabolite production in different brassica species.
- Sulphur sources and sinks in Brassica juncea L. https://epubs.scu.edu.au/theses/651/
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, King GJ. (2018) Resolving Genomic Interactions between Seed Storage Proteins and Glucosinolate in Mustard. Plant and Animal Genome XXVI Conference 13th – 17th January, San Diego, CA, USA.
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, Barkla B, Liu L, King GJ. (2016) Response of glucosinolate accumulation to sulphur in brassicas. Eucarpia 29th August – 1st September, Zurich, Switzerland.
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, King GJ. (2016) Fire and Brimstone: Response of glucosinolate accumulation to sulphur in brassicas. Flash talk. RISE (Research in Environment, Science, and Engineering) 25-26th October SCU, Lismore.
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, Baten A, King GJ. (2015) Detecting candidate tissue specific signals in cis-regulatory regions of Brassica glucosinolate genes. ComBio, 27th September-1st October, 2015, Melbourne.
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, King GJ. (2015) Resolving genotypic and environmental contributions to glucosinolate variation in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea). RISE 20-21st October, SCU, Lismore.
- Chutia, Borpatragohain P, Barua PK. (2012) Genetic variation for nitrogen use efficiency in Indian rapeseed and Mustard. National Seminar on ‘Plant Genetic Research for Eastern & N.E. India’11-12th May, Umiam, Meghalaya, India.
Recent Refereed Journal Articles
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, Liu L, Barkla BJ, Raymond CA, King GJ (2019) Remobilisation and fate of sulphur in mustard. Annals of Botany, mcz101, https://doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcz101
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, Liu L, Raymond C, Barkla BJ, King GJ(2019) Seed glucosinolate yield is maximized by higher rates of sulfur nutrition than required for seed yield in condiment mustard (Brassica juncea L.).PLoSONE, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0213429.
- Borpatragohain P, Rose TJ, King GJ (2016). Fire and brimstone: molecular interactions between sulfur and glucosinolate biosynthesis in model and crop brassicaceae. Frontiers in Plant Science, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.01735.
- Qinghong Z, Liu X, Han D, Baten A, Borpatragohain P, Fu D, King GJ (2018). Identification of SNP loci and candidate genes related to four important fatty acid composition in Brassica napus using genome wide association study. In review: PLoSONE