Bashambhar Nath Chopra secured his DSc degree from Punjab University in 1923. He contributed significantly in developing inland and marine fisheries in India, primary research related to amphibians, reptiles, Mollusca, insect fisheries, and fish mortality. He left behind a rich legacy of Carcinological research in India. Dr. Chopra was the President of the Zoology and Entomology Section of the Indian Science Congress.
Krishnapillai Karunakaran Nayar obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Travancore in 1947. His research interest was in insect endocrinology, with essential contributions to the knowledge of gall insects. The Neurosecretory innervation of the motor organs of insects was his major innovation. Association for the Advancement of Entomology was established by him. He was the guest research worker in Rothamsted Experimental Station, the UK, from 1953-1954. He was a Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore.
At Ein Gedi, Israel.
At Toulouse, France.
At Florence, Italy.
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