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M.Phil and Ph.D Guide

Sr. No.

Name of faculty

Subject

University Name

1.

Dr. Shinde B.M

Genetics and  Plant Breeding

Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

2.

Dr. Shriram V. D.

Plant Physiology

Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

3.

Dr. Sonawane H. B.

Mycology and Plant pathology

Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

 

Other college associate M. Phil and Ph. D guide information

 

Plant physiology 

1. 

Prin. Dr. B.N. Zaware

 Baburaoji Gholap College, Sangvi, Pune Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

2.

 Dr. Cholke P. B Anantrao Pawar College, Pirangut, Pune  Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

3.

Dr. Patil V. A.

Purandare College, Lonavala, Pune

Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

4.

Prin. Dr. Babasaheb Deshmukh

M. N. Deshmukh College, Rajur, Ahmednagar

Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

5.

Dr. Bhagat R. B.

Baburaoji Gholap College, Sangvi, Pune  Savitribai Phule Pune university, Pune

 

 

Research Thrust Areas                         

  1. Natural Products and Bioactivities
  2. Plant Tissue Culture
  3. Antimicrobial Resistance
  4. Fungal Biotechnology
  5. Stress physiology
  6. Metabolic engineering
  7. Medicinal plants

Research Projects                                  

Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Give the names of the funding agencies, project title and grants received project-wise.

Name of faculty

Title of Research Project

Duration

Amount of Research grant

Funding Agency

Dr. Cholke P. B.

Assessment of aero-bio-components at garbage depot of Moshi & sick building of Pimpri Chinchwad

15/9/12 to 15/9/14

8,36,300/-

UGC, New Delhi, (Major)

Dr. V. D. Shriram

Optimal acetoxychavicol-acetate (ACA) production  in Alpinia galanga hairy roots via gamma radiation and scale-up

04/08/2016

2016-2019

18,10,000/-

BRNS,  DAE, Trombay, Mumbai

Dr. V. D. Shriram

Phyto-therapeutic mediated multiple/extensive drug resistance reversal in clinical pathogens

27/03/2015

2015-2017

2,40,000/-

BCUD,

S P Pune

University

Dr. B. M. Shinde/ Dr. Saima Mir

Studies on venetion skeleton preparation and preservation of different families for dry flower industry. (Dr. Saima Mir)

2017-2019

18,38,500/-

DST women Scientist B

Dr. Sonawane H.B.

Isolation and characterization of secondary metabolites of endophytic fungi from mangroves.

2015-2017

01,65,000/-

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

Dr. V. D. Shriram

Phytochemical investigations for bioactive molecules of Eulophia nuda L, it?s in vitro propagation and enhancement of anticancer molecules in callus and suspension cultures by elicitors

2011-2014

9,50,800/-

UGC, New Delhi

Doctoral students, Research Associates and Women Scientists

 

  WOMEN SCIENTIST B

1.

 

Dr. Saima Mir

Sr. NO.

Name of Ph. D Scholars

1

Vikas Nanekar (From 2014) Fellow SRF-CSIR 

2

Shelke Nitin (From 2014)

3

Bhalerao Deepa Vijay

4

Naikawadi Vijay Bandu

5

Math Siddharam Kartikswami

6

Randhaye Dhananjay Manik

7

Bhagat Sunil Prabhakar

8

Pokharkar Asha Anantrao

9

Gavit Manohar Gulab

10

Bhor Abhishek Kaluram

11

Modi Aparna Dwarkanath

12

Saste Kishor Himmat

13

Palwe Sagar Dnyaneshwar

Department Publication

Research Publication of the Department:

  1. Shaikh S, Shriram V, Khare T, Kumar V. 2018. Establishment of Callus and Cell Suspension Cultures of Helicteres isora Research in Plant Biology, 8:1-7. doi: 10.25081/ripb.2018.v8.3366
  2. Sonawnae HB and Shinde BM. Significant Potential Of Medicinal Mushrooms In Immunomodulation. International journal of researches in biosciences, agriculture and technology. Vol. VI (Special Issue 2), Feb 2018 : 138-140.
  3. Sonawnae H.B 2018. Cl2 Gas Sensing Properties Of Ag-Sensitized Tio2 Films Prepared From Bio-Inspired Nanocrystalline TiO2. International Journal of Chemical and Physical Sciences. Link
  4. Jogee, P. S., Rai, M. Growth inhibition of mycotoxigenic fungi isolated from peanuts by the application of essential oils alone and in combination with silver nanoparticles. International Journal of Food Microbiology (Communicated).
  5. Kadam P. S. (2017), “Phytochemical screening and antibacterial activity of Bryophytes”, International Journal of Life Sciences, pp. 1-4, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Feb, ISSN: 2320-7817, Publ.: IJLSCI Publications, Amravati
  6. Kumar V, Khare T, Shriram V, Wani SH. 2017. Plant small RNAs: the essential epigenetic regulators of gene expression for salinity stress responses and tolerance. Plant Cell Reports 37:61-75. doi: 10.1007/s00299-017-2210-4. (Springer)
  1. Jogee, P. S., Rai, M. Isolation and Identification of Toxigenic Fungi in Infected Peanuts and Efficacy of Silver Nanoparticles against them. Food Control 71:143-151. .(IF-3.496) Cited by 9link
  2. Rai, M., Paralikar, P., Jogee, P. S., Agarkar, G., Ingle, A. P., Derita, M., Zacchino, S. 2017. Synergistic antimicrobial potential of essential oils in combination with nanoparticles: Emerging trends and future perspectives. International Journal of Pharmaceutics 519(1-2):67-78. (IF-3.649) Cited by 18link
  3. Kadam P. S. (2016), “Antimicrobial activity and polyphenol content of some bryophytes from Lonavala”, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, pp. 103-105, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Feb, ISSN: 2321-8819, IF: 1.498, Publ.: L. Jamdade, Shingad Rd., Pune 411 051link
  4. Shriram V, Kumar V, Devarumath RM, Khare T, Wani SH. 2016. MicroRNAs as potent targets for abiotic stress tolerance in plants. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:817. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00817 (Frontiers Media, Switzerland) Impact Factor: 4.3
  5. Rai, M., Jogee, P. S., Ingle, A. P. 2015. Emerging nanotechnology for detection of mycotoxins in food and feed. International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition. 66(4): 363–370. (IF-1.202) Cited by 16link
  6. Agarkar, G., Jogee, P. S., Paralikar, P., Rai, M. Vitex negundo: Pharmacological activities and its commercial products. In: Therapeutic Medicinal Plants: From Lab to the Market (ed. M. C. T. Duarte and M. Rai), Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL, USA, 392-405.
  7. Rai, M., Jogee, P. S., Agarkar, G., dos Santos, C. A. 2016. Anticancer activities of Withania somnifera: Current research, formulations and future perspectives. Pharmaceutical Biology 54(2): 189-197. (IF-1.241) Cited by 25
  8. Sonawnae H.B, Adhav Rahul, Deokule S.S. A REVIEW ON DNA SEQUENCING Yesterday, Today and Tommorow. International Journal of Current Research. Vol. 8, Issue, 01, January, 2016, pp.24836-24845.
  9. Shinde B. M. and L. Laware (2015) Investigation of Water Stress on Antioxidant Enzyme Activities In Groundnut Varieties (Arachis Hypogaea L). International Journal of Advanced   Biological Research., VOL. 5(1) 2015: 29-33.
  10. Kadam PS (2015), “Carotenoids and Polyphenols from the Bryophytes of Malavli area”, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science (IJTEMAS), Vol. 4, Issue 7, pp. 66-68, Jul, ISSN: 2278-2540, IF: 3.475.
  11. Mapara N, Sharma M, Shriram V, Bharadwaj R, Mohite KC, Kumar V. Antimicrobial potentials of Helicteres isora silver nanoparticles against extensively drug resistant (XDR) clinical isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosaApplied Microbiology and Biotechnology DOI: 10.1007/s00253-015-6938-x.
  1. Wani SH, Kumar V, Shriram V, Sah SK 2015. Phytohormones and their metabolic engineering for abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants. The Crop Journal (Review article), 4(3):162-176 (Elsevier) ISSN: 2214-5141. doi:10.1016/j.cj.2016.01.010
  2. Shriram V, Nanekar V, Kumar V, Kavi Kishor 2014.In vitro regeneration and ploidy level analysis of Eulophia ochreata Lindl. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology. 52, 1112-1121. ISSN: 0975-1009 (Online); 0019-5189 (Print)
  1. Nanekar V, Shriram V, Kumar V, Kavi Kishor 2014. Asymbiotic in vitro seed germination and seedling development of Eulophia nuda Lindl., an endangered medicinal orchid Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Biological Sciences (NASB) 84 (3), 837-846 ISSN: 0369-8211 (print version) ISSN: 2250-1746 (electronic version) DOI 10.1007/s40011-014-0353-4
  2. Kumar V, Desai D, Shriram V. Hairy root induction in Helicteres isora L. and Production of diosgenin in Hairy roots. Natural Products and Bioprospecting (Springer), 4(2): 107-112 DOI 10.1007/s13659-014-0011-9
  3. Shinde B. M. and L. Laware (2014) Screening of Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Varieties for Drought Tolerance Through Physiological Indices. Journal Of Environmental Research And Development,Vol.9 No.02,(October-December 2014), 375-381
  4. Kadam P. S. (2014), “Influence of NaCl Salinity on the polyphenol content of groundnut variety JL-24”, Proceedings of the National Conference on Advances in Life Sciences, Pune, pp. 151-153, Vol. 4, Issue 7, 20-21 Dec, ISBN: 978-81-926340-3-6, Mamasaheb Mohol College, Erandwane, Pune
  5. Kadam P. S. (2014), “Influence of NaCl salinity on the germination and seedling growth of groundnut variety JL-24”, Proceedings of the National Conference on Advances in Plant Sciences for Sustainable Rural Development, Pune, pp. 361-364, 23-24 Sep, ISBN: 978-1634157070, C.T. Bora College Shirur, Pune
  6. Sonawane Hiralal, Bapat Gauri, Bhosle Shekhar, Ghole V. S. Antimicrobial activity of Phellinus and Ganoderma samples against human pathogenic organisms. Journal of Pharmacy Research 2014,8(7),1008-1013.
  7. Sonawane Hiralal, Shekhar Bhosle, Gauri Bapat, Ghole Vikram. Pharmaceutical metabolites with potent bioactivity from mushrooms. Journal of Pharmacy Research 2014,8(7),969-972.
  8. Saste Kishor and Gandhe.K.R. Traditional food from murbad Tahashil. Indian journal of traditional knowledge. 2014.
  9. Kadam P. S. (2013), “Effect of NaCl salinity on the activity of Glycolate oxidase in the levels of Crotalaria species”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, pp. 65-67, Vol. 1, Issue 12(3), Mar, ISSN: 2277-9302, Jai Hind Education Society, Wadgaon Sheri, Pune 14
  10. Kumar V, Shriram V, Mulla J. (2013). Antibiotic resistance reversal of multiple drug resistant bacteria using Piper longum fruit extract. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 03 (03): 112-116. DOI: 10.7324/JAPS.2013.30322.
  11. Kumar V, Lemos M, Sharma M, Shriram V. 2013. Antioxidant and DNA Damage Protecting Activities of Eulophia nuda Free Radicals & Antioxidants (Elsevier)3 (2): 55-60. DOI: 10.1016/j.fra.2013.07.001
  1. Shriram V, Kumar V, Mulla J, Latha C. 2013. Curing of Plasmid-Mediated Antibiotic Resistance in Multi-Drug Resistant Human Pathogens Using Alpinia galanga Rhizome Extract. Advanced Bio Tech13 (1): 1-5
  2. Kumar V, Sharma M, Lemos M, Shriram V. 2013. Efficacy of Helicteres isora against free radicals, lipid peroxidation, protein oxidation and DNA damage. Journal of Pharmacy Research (Elsevier), 6 (6): 620-625 DOI: 1016/j.jopr.2013.05.017.
  3. Sonawane Hiralal B., Asghar sharifi, Shekhar R. Bhosle, Sandhya Garad, Gauri Bapat. Jan 2013. Antifungal and Antibacterial Activity of Phellinus Samples from Western Ghats of India. Journal of Pharmacy Research.
  4. Sonawane H.B, Shekhar Bhosle, Gauri Bapat, Sandhya Garad, Vikram Ghole.“Bioactive Metabolites and Compound from Medicinal Mushrooms”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 6, June-2013, 304-315.
  5. Sonwalkar R. P., Y. R. Ahire, P. S. Kadam (2012), “Lagenaria Siceraria as a  Natural Mosquito Repellant”, Variorum Multi-Disciplinary e-Research Journal, Vol. 3, Issue 1, pp. 1-6, Aug, ISSN: 976-9714
  6. Kadam P. S. (2012), “Effect of sewage and waste water on the stomatal density of a select few plants growing on the banks of Mula river”, Proceedings of State Level Seminar on Recent Innovative trends in Plants Sciences, pp. 208-212 ISBN: 978-81-924995-1-2, Sep, Dept. of Botany, Mahatma Phule A.S.C. College, Panvel.
  7. Antimicrobial activity of some species of Phellinus and Ganoderma from Western Ghats of India. November 2012. Sonawane H. B, Bhosle S.R, Garad S.A. International J of Pharmaceuticle and Research
  8. Jogee, P. S., Ingle, A. P., Gupta, I. R., Bonde, S. R., Rai, M. K. 2012. Detection and management of mycotoxigenic fungi in nuts and dry fruits. Acta 963, 69-77. Cited by 7
  9. Priti s. Kore, Kishor Saste and Vinaya S.Ghate. Addition The Genus Phyllanthus L. (Euphorbiaceae) From Maharashtra. Indian Journal of Forestry, 2012, pp 45-51.
  10. Kishor saste and Vinaya Ghate Addition to Asteraceae of Maharashtra State Indian Journal of Tropical Biodiversity. 2012
  11. Danai-Tambhale S, Kumar V, *Shriram V. 2011. Differential Response of Two Scented Indica Rice (Oryza sativa) Cultivars under Salt Stress. Journal of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry 7(4): 387-397. (Russian Society for Plant Physiology).
  12. Bhosle Shekhar R. , Sandhya A. Garad, Hiralal B. Sonawane, Jitendra G. VaidyaErgosterol Content of Several Wood decaying Fungi Using a Modified Method., International journal of Pharmacy and life science, 2(6): 916-918, June 2011.
  13. In vitro Evaluation of Sesquiterpenoid Extracts of Phellinus Samples from Western Ghats of Maharashtra for Antimicrobial Activity. Hiralal B Sonawane, Shekhar Bosle et al, Journal of Phytology, 3(6):35-37, 2011.
  14. Antioxidant Activity Of Folk Medicinal Mushroom ‘Phansomba’ From Western Ghats Of Maharashtra (India). Hiralal Sonawane, Vaidya J.G, Garad S. A, Bhosle S.R. 2011. Journal of phytology research.
  15. Shinde, B.M., Limaye, A. S., Deore, G. B and Laware, S. L. (2010) Physiological Responses of Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea) Varieties to Drought Stress. Asian Journal of Experimental and Biological Science, Special Vol. No. 1: 68-71
  16. Shinde, B.M., and Laware, S. L. (2010) Effect of Drought Stress on Agronomic and Yield Contributing Characters In Groundnut (Arachis Hypogaea ). Asian Journal of Experimental and Biological Science,1(4): 968-971.
  17. Shinde, B.M., and Laware, S. L. (2010) Effect of Drought Stress on Morphological Characters in Groundnut (Arachis Hypogaea ). Flora and Fauna, Special issue pp 128-131.
  18. Limaye A. S., Deore G. B., Shinde B. M. and L. Laware(2010) Assessment of Adiantum trapeziforme L. for antioxidant activities. Asian Journal of Experimental and Biological Science, Special Vol. No. 1: 79-84.
  19. Deore G. B., Limaye A. S., Shinde B. M. and L. Laware (2010) Effect of Novel Organic Liquid Fertilizer on Growth and Yield in Chilli (Capsicum annum L.). Asian Journal of Experimental and Biological Science. Special Vol. No. 1: 15-19.
  20. S. Kadam (2010), “Effect of NaCl salinity on stomatal density and stomatal behaviour of Crotalaria L. species”, Bionano Frontier – An International Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Jul-Dec, pp. 300-303, ISSN 0974-0678, Intl. Society of Science & Technology, Mumbai, IF:4.856
  21. Shriram V, Kumar V, Suryawanshi SB, Upadhyay AK, Bhat MK. 2010.Cytotoxic activity of 9,10-dihydro-2,5-dimethoxyphenanthrene-1,7-diol from Eulophia nuda against human cancer cells. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 128: 251-253. 
  1. Shriram V, Jahagirdar S, Latha C, Kumar V, Dhakephalkar P, Rojatkar S, Shitole MG. 2010. Antibacterial and antiplasmid activities of Helicteres isoraIndian Journal of Medical Research, 132: 94-99 (ICMR, New Delhi)       
  1. Kumar V, Shriram V, Kavi Kishor PB, Jawali N, Shitole MG. 2010.Enhanced proline accumulation and salt stress tolerance of transgenic indica rice by over expressing P5CSF129A gene. Plant Biotechnology Reports 4(1): 37-48.
  1. Shekhar R. Bhosle, Jitendra G. Vaidya, Sandhya A. Garad, Hiralal B. Sonawane. Antimicrobial Activity of Terpenoid Extracts from Ganoderma , International journal of Pharmacy and life science, 1(4): 234-240, August 2010.
  2. Kadam P. S. (2009), “Effect of NaCl salinity on Proline content in 120 hrs old seedlings of some Crotalaria species”, Bionano Frontier Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 2, Issue 2, pp. 56-57, ISSN 0974-0678
  3. Kadam P. S. (2009), “Salinity induced changes on peroxidase activities of Crotalaria sp.”, Recent trends in Life sciences, Annasaheb Magar College, Pune
  4. Latha, C., Shriram V, Jahagirdar S, Dhakephalkar PK, Rojatkar SR. 2009. Antiplasmid activity of 1' acetoxychavicol acetate from Alpinia galanga against multi-drug resistant bacteria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 123(3): 522-525
  5. Kumar V, Shriram V, Nikam TD, Jawali N, Shitole MG. 2009. Antioxidant enzyme activities and protein profiling under salt stress in indica rice genotypes differing in salt tolerance. Archives of Agronomy & Soil Sciences, 55(4): 379-394.  DOI: 10.1080/03650340802595543 (Taylor and Francis)
  1. Kumar V, Shriram V, Nikam TD, Jawali N, Shitole MG. 2008. Sodium chloride induced changes in mineral elements in indica rice cultivars differing in salt tolerance. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 31(11): 1999-2017.
  2. Shriram V, Jahagirdar S, Latha C, Kumar V, Puranik V, Rojatkar S, Dhakephalkar P, Shitole MG. 2008. A potential plasmid curing agent 8-epidiosbulbin E acetate from Dioscorea bulbifera against multiple-drug resistant bacteria. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 32: 405-410. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijantimicag.2008.05.013 (Elsevier)
  3. Shriram V, Kumar V, Shitole MG. 2008. Indirect organogenesis and plant regeneration in Helicteres isora, an important medicinal plant. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology- Plant, 44: 186-193.
  4. Kumar V, Shriram V, Nikam TD, Kavi Kishor PB, Jawali N, Shitole MG. 2008. Assessment of tissue culture and antibiotic selection parameters useful for transformation of indica rice. Asian & Australasian Journal of Plant Science & Biotechnology, 2(2): 84-87.
  5. Shriram V, Kumar V, Shitole MG. 2007. In vitro propagation through nodal explants in Helicteres isora, a medicinally important plant. Journal of Plant Biotechnology 34(3): 189-195. DOI: 10.5010/JPB.2007.34.3.189 (Korean Society for Plant Biotechnology)
  6. Kumar V, Shriram V, Jawali N, Shitole MG. Differential response of indica rice genotypes to NaCl stress in relation to physiological and biochemical parameters. Archives of Agronomy & Soil Sciences, 53(5): 581-592.
  7. Latha C., Shriram V, Rojatkar SR. 2006. Chemical Investigation of Alpinia galanga of South India. Journal of Aromatic & Medicinal Plants, 30: 192-194. (CSIR-CIMAP, Lucknow)
  8. Wadkar P. R., et al. (1991), “Influence of sodium chloride salinity on mineral budget of Crotalaria juncea L.”, Proceedings of Modern trends in Botany, Pune University (India)
  9. Wadkar P. R. (1988), “Germination of Crotalaria L. species under saline conditions”, Proceedings of the 75th session of the Indian Science Congress, Pune (India)
  10. Wadkar P. R. (1987), “Effect of NaCl on nitrate reductase activity in Crotalaria L. species”, Proceedings of the 74th session of the Indian Science Congress, Bangalore (India).
  11. Wadkar P. R., et al. (1987), “Influence of Sodium Chloride salinity on micronutrient status in Crotalaria juncea L.”, Proceedings of national symposium on micronutrient stresses in crop plants: Physiological and Genetic approach to control them, Mahatma Phule Agricultural University, Rahuri (India).

Books Published:

Dr. B. M. Shinde Title: “Drought Stress in Peanut” Publisher: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH KG, 2012. ISBN  3848408090, 9783848408092

Book chapters

  1. Khare T, Shriram V, Kumar V. 2018. RNAi Technology: Role in development of abiotic stress tolerant crops. In: Wani SH (Ed.) Biochemical, Physiological and Molecular Avenues for Combating Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants. Elsevier, doi: 1016/B978-0-12-813066-7.00008-5
  2. Kumar V, Khare T, Srivastav A, Surekha C, Shriram V, Wani SH. 2018. Oxidative stress and leaf senescence: Important Insights. In: Maryam Sarwat (Ed.), Senescence Signalling and Control in Plants.Elsevier (In press).
  3. Kumar V, Khare T, Arya S, Shriram V, Wani SH. 2017. Effects of toxic gases, ozone, carbon dioxide, and wastes on plant secondary metabolism. In: Mansour Ghorbanour and Ajit Varma (Eds) Environmental Challenges and Medicinal Plants, Springer-Verlag, Germany, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-68717-9_5
  4. Kumar V, Shriram V, Hoque TS, Hasan MM, Burritt DJ, Hossain MA. 2017. Glycinebetaine mediated abiotic oxidative-stress tolerance in plants: physiological and biochemical mechanisms. In: Sarwat M et al. (Eds.). Stress Signaling in Plants: Genomics and Proteomics Perspective, Volume 2 p111-133, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, doi: 1007/978-3-319-42183-4_5
  5. Kumar V, Wani SH, Sah SK, Khare T, Shriram V. Engineering Phytohormones for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants. In: Ahammed GJ, Yu J (Eds.) Plant hormones under challenging environmental factors. Springer Science + Business Media, Dordrecht. doi: 10.1007/978-94-017 7758-2_10
  6. Kumar V, Shriram V, Hussain MA, Kavi Kishor PB. 2015. Engineering proline metabolism for enhanced plant salt stress tolerance. In: Wani SH, Hussain MA (Eds.) Managing salinity tolerance in plants: molecular and genomic perspectives. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, pp353-372ISBN: 978-1-4822-4513-4.
  7. Vaidya J.G., Bhosle S.R, Bapat Gauri, Sonawane H.B. 2009Recent progress in Medicinal Plants, Drug Plants I Studium Press, Edition: 27. 2009.