ICAR NET Syllabus: The Agriculture Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB) has uploaded the syllabus of the ASRB ICAR NET 2021 Syllabus on the official website. The syllabus is a course planning tool. The aspirants must go through the syllabus before starting the preparation. From this page, you can read and download the ASRB NET Syllabus. For more information about ICAR NET Syllabus, keep reading this article.
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ICAR NET Syllabus
National Eligibility Test (NET) is a qualifying examination for determining eligibility for the position of Lecturer/ Assistant Professor in the State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) and other Agricultural Universities (AUs). Candidates clearing the National Eligibility Test will be eligible to apply for the post of Lecturers or Assistant Professors in the SAUs/AUs. The detailed syllabus of the ICAR NET is given below.
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Unit 1: Cell Structure and Function
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell architecture, Cell wall, plasma membrane, Structure and function of cell organelles: vacuoles, mitochondria, plastids, Golgi apparatus, ER, peroxisomes, glyoxisomes. Cell division, regulation of cell cycle, Protein secretion and targeting, Cell division, growth, and differentiation.
Unit 2: Biomolecules and Metabolism
Structure and function of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids, Synthesis of carbohydrates, glycolysis, HMP, Citric acid cycle, and metabolic regulation, Oxidative phosphorylation, and substrate-level phosphorylation, Vitamins, plant and animal hormones. Functional molecules, antioxidants, nutrient precursors, HSPs, anti-viral Lcomnounds.
Unit 3: Enzymology
Enzymes, structure conformation, classification, assay, isolation, purification and characterization, catalysis specificity, mechanism of action, active site, regulation of enzyme activity, engineering, immobilized enzymes, and their application. multienzyme complexes, immobilized enzymes, and protein.
Unit 4: Molecular Genetics
Concept of the gene, Prokaryotes as a genetic system, chromosomes, methods of gene isolation and identification, Split genes, overlapping genes, and pseudogenes, Organization of prokaryotic and eukaryotic genes and genomes including opera, exon, intron, enhancer-promoter sequences, and other regulatory elements. recombination in bacteria, fungi and conjugation, transposable elements, and transposition. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic induced viruses, transformation, transduction, Mutation spontaneous, and site-directed.
Unit 5: Gene Expression
Expression of genetic information, operon concept, Transcription – mechanism of transcription in prokaryotes and eukaryotes, transcription unit, regulatory sequences and enhancers, activators, repressors, co-activators, Co-repressors in prokaryotes and eukaryotes, inducible genes and promoters, Transcription factors post-transcriptional modification and protein transport, DNA-protein interaction, Genetic code. Mechanism of translation and its control, post-translational modifications.
Unit 6: Molecular Biology Techniques
Isolation and purification of nucleic acids. Nucleic acids hybridization: Southern, northerm and western blotting hybridization. Immune response monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies and ELISA, DNA sequencing. Construction and screening of genomic and C-DNA libraries. Gel electrophoretic techniques. Polymerase chain reactor spectroscopy, rtPCR ultracentrifugation, chromatography, FISH, RIA etc.