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Gender male
Job title Head, Biofouling and Biofilm Processes Section
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Kalpakkam
Tamil Nadu
603102
Nationality India
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Degree M.Sc., Ph.D.
Job type Decision Making & Policy
Working languages Englsih
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Vayalam VENUGOPALAN)

1. Rajesh Kumar and V. P. Venugopalan. Development of self-sustaining phtototrophic granular biomass for bioremediation applications. Current Science, 108 (in print). 2. Rajamohan, R., V. P. Venugopalan, Debasi s Mal and Usha Natesan. Efficiency of reverse osmosis in removal of total organic carbon and trihalomethane from drinking water. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment (communicated) 3. G. K. K. Reddy, Y. V. Nancharaiah and V. P. Venugopalan. Aerobic granular sludge mediated biodegradation of an organophosphorous ester, dibutyl phosphate. FEMS Microbiology Letters (accepted). 4. Rajamohan, R., V. P. Venugopalan and Usha Natesan. Chlorine Dioxide as Antifouling Biocide Results in Reduced Trihalomethanes in Condenser Effluents at a Coastal Power Station. Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences (accepted). 5. Joshi, H. M., R. Dave and V. P. Venugopalan. Protein as chemical cue: non-nutritional growth enhancement by exogenous protein in Pseudomonas putida KT2440. PLoS ONE PLoS One. 2014; 9(8): e103730. 6. E. Suja, Y. V. Nancharaiah, V. P. Venugopalan. Biogenic nanopalladium production by self-immobilized granular biomass: application for contaminant remediation, Water Research, DOI: 10.1016/ j.watres.2014.08.005. 7. Hiren Joshi, Rachna Dave, V. P. Venugopalan Pumping iron to keep fit: modulation of siderophore secretion helps efficient aromatic utilization in Pseudomonas putida KT2440. Microbiology, 160: 1393-1400 (2014) 8. Sahoo, P., P. Sriyutha Murthy, S. Dhara, V. P. Venugopalan, A. Das and A. K. Tyagi (2013). Probing cellular damage in bacteria induced by nanoparticles using confocal laser Raman spectroscopy. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, DOI: 10.1007/s11051-013-1841-9. 9. Nancharaiah, Y.V., Bera, S., Venugopalan, V.P. (2014). Green synthesis and in vitro evaluation of silver nanoparticle embedded antibiofilm coatings. ChemXpress 2014, 4(3). 10. Venkata Nancharaiah, G. Kiran Kumar Reddy, P. Lalithamanasa, V. P. Venugopalan. 1-alkyl-3-methylimidazolium ionic liquid demonstrates comparable antimicrobial and antibiofilm behaviour with a cationic surfactant. Biofouling. 2012;28(10):1141-9. doi: 10.1080/08927014.2012.736966. 11. Kiran Kumar Reddy, G., Y. V. Nancharaiah and V. P. Venugopalan (2014). Biodegradation of dibutyl phosphite by Sphingobium sp. AMGD5 isolated from aerobic granular biomass. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 91: 60-65. 12. Dusane, D. H., S. R. Damare, Y. V. Nancharaiah, N. Ramaiah, V. P. Venugopalan, A. Ravikumar and S. S. Zinjarde (2013) Disruption of microbial biofilms by an extracellular protein isolated from epibiotic tropical marine strain of Bacillus licheniformis. PLoS ONE 8(5): e64501. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0064501 13. Muthulakshmi,AL., U. Natesan, V. A. Ferrer, K.Deepthi, V. P. Venugopalan and S. V. Narasimhan. A novel technique to monitor thermal discharges using thermal infrared imaging. Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts, 2013,15, 1729-1734. DOI: 10.1039/ C3EM00081HY. 14. Rachna Dave, Prithi Jayaraj, Puthuparampil . K. Ajikumar, Hiren Joshi,Tom Mathews and Vayalam. P. Venugopalan. Endogenously triggered electrospun fibres for tailored and controlled antibiotic release Journal of Biomaterials Science: Polymer Edition (DOI:10.1080/09205063.2012.757725). 15. Rachna Dave, Hiren Joshi and Vayalam P. Venugopalan. Biomedical evaluation of a novel nitrogen oxides releasing wound dressing, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine. DOI: 10.1007/s10856-012-4766-4. 16. R. Rajamohan, Vinitha Ebenezer, Puspalata Rajesh, V.P. Venugopalan, Usha Natesan, V. Murugesan and S.V. Narasimhan. Trihalomethane formation potential of drinking water sources in a rural location Advances in Environmental Research, Vol. 1, No. 3 (2012). 17. Dusane, D. H., S. Dam, Y. V. Nancharaiah, A.Ravi Kumar, V. P. Venugopalan and S. S. Zinjarde. Disruption of Yarrowia lipolytica biofilms by rhamnolipid biosurfactant. Aquatic Biosystems 2012, 8:17 doi:10.1186/2046-9063-8-17 18. Ebenezer, V., Y.V. Nancharaiah and V. P. Venugopalan (2012). Chlorination-induced cellular damage and recovery in marine microalga, Chlorella salina. Chemosphere, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ j.chemosphere. 2012.05.067. 19. Nancharaiah, Y. V., K. Renu, Naresh Sharma, Raju Sekar and V. P. Venugopalan (2012). Rapid establishment of p-nitrophenol biodegradation in acetate-fed aerobic granular sludge. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 166:1225-1235. doi: 10.1007/s12010-011-9509-3). 20. Nancharaiah, Y. V., V. P. Venugopalan, S V Narasimhan and A. J. Francis. Removal of radionuclide and metal contaminants by mixed microbial granular biofilms. Desalination and Water Treatment. doi: 10/5004/dwt.2012.2315. 21. D. H. Dusane, V. S. Pawar, Y. V. Nancharaiah, V. P. Venugopalan, A. R. Kumar and S. S. Zinjarde. Anti-biofilm potential of a glycolipid surfactant produced by a tropical marine strain of Serratia marcescens. Biofouling 27(6): 645-654 (2011). 22. M. Hiren Joshi, P. Balamurugan, V. P. Venugopalan & T. S. Rao (2011). Dense fouling in acid transfer pipelines by an acidophilic rubber degrading fungus, Biofouling, 27:6, 621-629 23. Sriyutha Murthy, P., Veeramani, P., Mohamed Ershath, M.I., Venugopalan, V.P. Biofouling evaluation in the seawater cooling circuit of an operating coastal power plant. Power Plant Chemistry 13: 314-319 (2011). 24. Nancharaiah, Y.V., Venugopalan, V.P. Denitrification of synthetic concentrated nitrate wastes by aerobic granular sludge under anoxic conditions. Chemosphere (2011), doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2011.06.077. 25. Rachna N. Dave, Hiren M. Joshi, and Vayalam P. Venugopalan. Novel biocatalytic polymer based antimicrobial coatings as potential ureteral biomaterial: preparation and in vitro performance evaluation. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 55:845-853 (2011). 26. Devendra H. Dusane, Pratiek Matkar, Vayalam P. Venugopalan, Ameeta Ravi Kumar and Smita S. Zinjarde. Cross species induction and enhancement of antimicrobial, biosurfactant and quorum sensing inhibition activity by tropical marine epibiotic bacteria, after exposure to pathogens and biofouling microorganisms. Current Microbiology 62(3):974-80 (DOI 10.1007/s00284-010-9812-1) (2010) 27. Vinitha, E., P. Veeramani and V. P. Venugopalan. Chlorination for power plant biofouling control: potential impact on entrained phytoplankton. International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 67: 515-530 (2010). 28. Dusane, D. H., Y.V. Nancharaiah, S.S. Zinjarde, V.P. Venugopalan. Rhamnolipid mediated disruption of marine Bacillus pumilus biofilms. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 81: 242-248 (2010), doi:10.1016/ j.colsurfb.2010.07.013 (2010). 29. Dusane, D. H., S. S. Zinjarde, V. P. Venugopalan, R. J.C. McLean, M. M. Weber and P. K.S.M. Rahman. Quorum sensing: implication in rhamnolipid biosurfactant production. Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews, 27: 159-184 (2010). 30. Y. V. Nancharaiah, C. Dodge, V. P. Venugopalan, S. V. Narasimhan, and A. J. Francis. Mixed microbial granular biofilms immobilize and reduce Cr(VI) to Cr(III)-phosphate. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 76: 2433-2438 (2010). 31. Joshi H, Dave R, Venugopalan VP. Competition Triggers Plasmid-Mediated Enhancement of Substrate Utilisation in Pseudomonas putida. PLoS ONE 4(6): e6065. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006065 (2009). 32. Dusane, D. H., Y. V. Nancharaiah, V. P. Venugopalan, A. R. Kumar and S. S. Zinjarde. Biofilm formation by a biotechnologically important tropical marine yeast isolate, Yarrowia lipolytica NCIM 3589. Water Science and Technology, 58: 1221-1229 (2008). 33. Dusane, D.H., Rajput, J.K., Kumar, A. R., Nancharaiah, Y.V., Venugopalan, V. P., Zinjarde, S. S., Disruption of fungal and bacterial biofilms by lauroyl glucose. Letters in Applied Microbiology (DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765X.2008.02440.x) (2008). 34. P. Saravanan, B. Sundarakrishnan, A. Moushumi Priya, V. P. Venugopalan, T.S. Rao, and S. Jayachandran. Effects of thermal discharge from a nuclear power plant on microbial flora at a tropical coastal location in India. Journal of Thermal Biology 33: 385? 394(2008). 35. Venugopalan, V. P. and S. V. Narasimhan. Cooling water treatment in coastal power plants: operational and environmental issues. Water Digest 11(5): 12-21 (2008). 36. Y. V. Nancharaiah, H. M. Joshi, M. Hausner and V. P. Venugopalan. Bioaugmentation of aerobic microbial granules with TOL plasmid enhances benzyl alcohol biodegradation in laboratory microcosm. Chemosphere 71: 30-35 (2008). 37. Y. V. Nancharaiah, H. M. Joshi, T.V.K. Mohan, V. P. Venugopalan and S.V. Narasimhan. Formation of aerobic granules in the presence of a synthetic chelating agent. Environmental Pollution 153: 37-43 (2008). 38. P. Saravanan, S. R. Prabagaran, Y. V. Nancharaiah, M. Krishnaveni, V. P. Venugopalan and S. Jayachandran. Isolation and characterization of Pseudoalteromonas ruthenica (SBT033), an EPS-producing biofilm bacterium from the seawater intake point of a tropical power station. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 24: 509-515 (2007). 39. R. Rajamohan, E. Vinnitha, V. P. Venugopalan and S. V. Narasimhan. Chlorination by-products in the cooling water system of a coastal electric plant. Current Science 93: 1608-1612 (2007). 40. Y V. Nancharaiah, M Rajadurai, V P. Venugopalan. Single cell level microalgal ecotoxicity assessment by confocal microscopy and digital image analysis, Environmental Science and Technology, 41(7): 2617-2621 (2007). 41. Rajagopal S, Venugopalan VP, van der Velde G, Jenner HA (2006). Control of modiolid mussels in cooling water systems by continuous chlorination. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 51: 215-222. 42. Saravanan, P., Y. V. Nancharaiah, V. P. Venugopalan, T. S. Rao and S. Jayachandran. Biofilm formation by Pseudoalteromonas ruthenica and its removal by chlorine. Biofouling, 22: 371-381 (2006). 43. S. Rajagopal, V. P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde and H. A. Jenner. Mussel colonization of a high flow artificial benthic habitat: byssogenesis holds the key. Marine Environmental Research 62(2):98-115 (2006). 44. E.H. Poornima, M. Rajadurai, V.N.R. Rao, S.V. Narasimhan and V.P. Venugopalan, Use of coastal waters as condenser coolant in electric power plants: Impact on phytoplankton and primary productivity, Journal of Thermal Biology, 31: 556?564 (2006). 45. Rajagopal, V. P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde and H. A. Jenner. Greening of the coast: what makes the mussel Perna viridis so successful? Aquatic Ecology 40: 273-297 (2006). 46. Y. V. Nancharaiah, H. M. Joshi, T. V. K. Mohan, V. P. Venugopalan and S. V. Narasimhan. Aerobic granular biomass: a novel biomaterial for efficient uranium removal. Current Science, 91: 504-509 (2006). 47. Israel, S., Murugan, T. S., Venugopalan, V.P.; Subramoniam, T.; Munuswamy, N.; van der Velde, G. Larval development in the sand crab, Emerita emeritus (L., 1767) (Anomura, Hippoidea) reared in the laboratory. Crustaceana, 79: 441-458 (2006). 48. Y. V. Nancharaiah, N. Schwarzenbeck, T. V. K. Mohan, S. V. Narasimhan, P. A. Wilderer and V. P. Venugopalan. Biodegradation of nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) and ferric-NTA complex by aerobic microbial granules. Water Research 40: 1539-1546 (2006). 49. Venugopalan V. P., M. Kuehn, M. Hausner, D. Springael, P. A. Wilderer, and S. Wuertz. Architecture of a nascent Sphingomonas sp. biofilm under varying hydrodynamic conditions. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71: 2677-2686 (2005). 50. E. H. Poornima, M. Rajadurai, T. S. Rao, B. Anupkumar, R. Rajamohan, S. V. Narasimhan, V. N. R. Rao and V. P. Venugopalan. Impact of thermal discharge from a tropical coastal power plant on phytoplankton. Journal of Thermal Biology 30: 307-316 (2005). 51. B. Anupkumar, T. S. Rao, V. P. Venugopalan, S. V. Narasimhan. Thermal mapping in the Kalpakkam Coast (Bay of Bengal) in the vicinity of Madras atomic power station. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 62 (4): 473 - 485 (2005). 52. M. Rajadurai, E. H. Poornima, S. V. Narasimhan, V. N. R. Rao and V. P. Venugopalan. Phytoplankton growth under temperature stress: laboratory studies using two diatoms from of a tropical coastal power station site. Journal of Thermal Biology 30: 299-305 (2005). 53. S. Rajagopal, V. P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde, H. A. Jenner. Response of mussel Brachidontes variabilis to chlorination. Chemistry and Ecology 21: 119-132 (2005). 54. Y V Nancharaiah, V P Venugopalan, S. Wuertz, P. A. Wilderer, M. Hausner. Compatibility of the green fluorescent protein and a general nucleic acid stain for quantitative description of a Pseudomonas putida biofilm. Journal of Microbiological Methods 60: 179-187 (2005). 55. R. Sekar, V. P. Venugopalan, K. Nandakumar, K. V. K. Nair and V. N. R. Rao. Early stages of biofilm succession in a lentic freshwater environment Hydrobiologia 512: 97?108, 2004. 56. Sekar, V. P. Venugopalan, K. K. Satpathy, K. V. K. Nair and V. N. R. Rao. Laboratory studies on adhesion of microalgae to hard substrates Hydrobiologia 512: 109?116, 2004. 57. S. Rajagopal, V. P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde, H. A. Jenner. Tolerance of Five Tropical Marine Mussels to Continuous Chlorination, Marine Environmental Research 55: 277-291 (2003). 58. S. Rajagopal, V. P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde, H. A. Jenner. Response of Fouling Brown Mussel, Perna perna (L.) to Chlorine. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 44: 369-379 (2003). 59. S. Rajagopal, V. P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde and H. A. Jenner. Comparative chlorine and temperature tolerance of the oyster, Crassostrea madrasensis: implications for cooling system fouling. Biofouling 19: 115-124 (2003). 60. R. Sekar, K.V.K. Nair, V.N.R. Rao and V.P. Venugopalan (2002). Nutrient dynamics and successional changes in a lentic fresh water biofilm. Freshwater Biology 47: 1893-1907 (2002). 61. V. Thiyagarajan, V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and T. Subramoniam. Factors affecting larval settlement in Balanus reticulatus Utinomi, Journal of the Marine Biological Association of UK. 82: 579-582 (2002). 62. Thiyagarajan, V., Y.V. Nancharaiah, V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and T. Subramoniam. Relative tolerance of barnacle (Balanus reticulatus Utinomi) larval stages to transient thermal stress: a laboratory study. Journal of Thermal Biology 25: 451-457 (2000). 63. Rao, T. S., V.P. Venugopalan, R. P. George and K.V.K. Nair (1999). Some observations on biofilm formation in two different aquatic systems. Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, Special Issue on Biotechnology-Material Interface, 79 (1,2 &3): 371-389. 64. T. S. Rao.; V. P. Venugopalan.; R. P. George.; K. V. K. Nair (1999). Some observations on biofilm formation in two different aquatic systems. . Journal of the Indian Institute of Science. 79: 371-390. 65. Thiyagarajan, V., V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and T. Subramoniam (1999). Fouling barnacles: larval development, settlement behaviour and control technology. Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, Special Issue on Biotechnology-Material Interface, 79 (1,2 &3): 399-414. 66. Murthy, P.S., V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and T. Subramoniam (1999). Chemical cues inducing settlement and metamorphosis in the fouling oyster Crassostrea madrasensis. Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, Special Issue on Biotechnology-Material Interface, 79: 513-526. 67. Thiyagarajan, V., Y.V. Nancharaiah, V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and T. Subramoniam. Influence of biofilms on the larval settlement of barnacles (Balanus reticulatus Utinomi). Biofilm Journal, Vol 4, Paper 1 (http://www.bioline.org.br/request?bf99001) 1999. 68. Rajagopal, S., V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair, G. van der Velde and H.A. Jenner (1998). Settlement and growth of the green mussel Perna viridis (L.) in coastal waters: influence of water velocity. Aquatic Ecology 32: 313-322. 69. Sekar, R., V.P. Venugopalan, K.K. Satpathy, V.N.R. Rao and K.V.K. Nair (1998). Cooling tower wood deterioration by fungi in the service water system of a test reactor. Transactions of The Indian Institute of Metals, 51: 337-340. 70. Sekar, R., K. Nandakumar, V.P. Venugopalan, V.N.R. Rao and K.V.K. Nair, 1998. Spatial distribution of microalgae on hard bottom substrata in a lentic fresh water reservoir, Biofouling, 13: 177-197. 71. Venugopalan, V.P., K. Nandakumar, R. Rajamohan, R. Sekar and K.V.K. Nair (1998). Natural eutrophication and fish kill in a shallow fresh water lake, Current Science 74: 915-917. 72. Rajagopal, S., V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair, G. van der Velde, H.A. Jenner and C. den Hartog (1998). Reproduction, growth rate and culture potential of the green mussel, Perna viridis (L.) in Edaiyur backwaters, east coast of India. Aquaculture 162: 187-202. 73. Rao, T.S., R. P. George, V.P. Venugopalan and K.V.K. Nair, 1997. Biofilm formation in a freshwater reservoir under experimental photic and aphotic conditions. Biofouling, 11: 252-285. 74. Thiyagarajan, V., V.P. Venugopalan, T. Subramoniam and K.V.K. Nair, 1997. Macrofouling in the condenser cooling circuits of a coastal power station. Indian Journal of Marine Science 26: 305-308. 75. Thiyagarajan, V., V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and T. Subramoniam. 1997. A description of the naupliar stages of Megabalanus tintinnabulum (Linneaus) (Cirripedia, Balanidae). Journal of Crustacean Biology, 17: 332-342. 76. Thiyagarajan, V., V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and T. Subramoniam, 1997. Developmental stages of the tropical fouling barnacle Balanus reticulatus Utinomi (Cirripedia, Balanidae), reared in the laboratory. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 209: 215-231. 77. Thiyagarajan, V., V.P. Venugopalan, T. Subramoniam and K.V.K. Nair, 1997. Rearing of barnacle (Balanus reticulatus) larvae using Chaetoceros wighami as food. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 25: 365-367. 78. Rajagopal, S., V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and J. Azariah, 1995. Response of green mussel Perna viridis L to chlorine in the context of power plant biofouling control. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, 25: 261-274. 79. Rajagopal, S., V.P. Venugopalan, J. Azariah and K.V.K. Nair, 1995. Response of green mussel Perna viridis L to heat treatment in relation to power plant biofouling control. Biofouling 8: 313-330. 80. Rao, T.S., M.S. Eswaran, V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and P.K. Mathur. 1993. Fouling and corrosion in an open recirculating cooling system. Biofouling 6: 245-259. 81. Rajagopal S, Venugopalan VP, Nair KVK, Azariah J (1991) Biofouling problems and its control in a tropical coastal power station a case study. Biofouling 3: 325-338. 82. Venugopalan, V.P. and K.V.K. Nair, 1990. Effects of a fouling community on cooling water characteristics of a coastal power plant. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 19:294-296. 83. Venugopalan, V.P. and A.B. Wagh, 1990. Biofouling of an offshore oil platform: faunal composition and biomass. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 19: 53-56. 84. Sasikumar, N., V.P. Venugopalan, J. Azariah and K.V.K. Nair, 1989. After effects of a dinoflagellate bloom on the hard bottom community in Kalpakkam coastal waters. Mahasagar: Bulletin of National Institute of Oceanography, 22: 159-164. 85. Sawant, S.S., A.B. Wagh and V.P. Venugopalan, 1989. Corrosion behaviour of mild steel in offshore waters. Corrosion Prevention & Control, 36: 44-48. 86. Wagh, A.B., S.S. Sawant, V.P. Venugopalan, T.V. Raveendran and K.L. Bhat, 1988. A device to study biofouling and corrosion from fixed offshore installations. Corrosion Prevention & Control, 35: 134-137. 87. Venugopalan, V.P. and A.B. Wagh, 1987. Cilicaea latreillei Leach: A little known fouling sphaeromatid from Bombay High, Arabian Sea. Biological Oceanography, 5: 133-136. 88. Venugopalan, V.P. and A.B. Wagh, 1986. A note of the fouling hydroids from Bombay offshore waters. Mahasagar: Bulletin of National Institute of Oceanography, 19: 275-277 89. Venugopalan, V.P. and A.B. Wagh, 1986. Fouling Gammaridea (Amphipoda) from Bombay High waters. Mahasagar: Bulletin of National Institute of Oceanography, 19; 213-215. B. Contributions to Books/Encyclopaedia 1. S. Rajagopal, H. A. Jenner and V.P. Venugopalan (eds.), 2012. Operational and Environmental Consequences of Large Industrial Cooling Water Systems. Springer, New York, USA ISBN 978-1-4614-1697-5. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-1698-2. 2. Venugopalan, V. P., S. Rajagopal and H. A. Jenner. Operational and Environmental Issues Relating to Industrial Cooling Water Systems: An Overview. In: Operational and Environmental Consequences of Large Industrial Cooling Water Systems (edited by S. Rajagopal, H. A. Jenner & V.P. Venugopalan). Springer, New York, USA. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-1698-2 3. S. Rajagopal, M. Khalanski, V. P. Venugopalan and H. A. Jenner. Biofouling control: alternatives to chlorine. In: Operational and Environmental Consequences of Large Industrial Cooling Water Systems (edited by S. Rajagopal, H. A. Jenner & V.P. Venugopalan). Springer, New York, USA. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-1698-2 4. E. H. Poornima, V. N. R. Rao and V. P. Venugopalan. Effects of power plant entrainment on phytoplankton. In: Operational and Environmental Consequences of Large Industrial Cooling Water Systems (edited by S. Rajagopal, H. A. Jenner & V.P. Venugopalan.). Springer, New York, USA DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-1698-2. 5. S. Israel, R. Satheesh, V. P. Venugopalan, N. Munuswamy and T. Subramoniam. Impact of power plant discharges on intertidal fauna. In: Operational and Environmental Consequences of Large Industrial Cooling Water Systems (edited by S. Rajagopal, H. A. Jenner & V.P. Venugopalan). Springer, New York, USA. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-1698-2. 6. Rajagopal, S., V. P. Venugopalan and H. A. Jenner. Cooling Water Systems: efficiency vis-à-vis environment. . In: Operational and Environmental Consequences of Large Industrial Cooling Water Systems (edited by S. Rajagopal, H. A. Jenner & V.P. Venugopalan). Springer, New York, USA. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-1698-2. 7. V.P. Venugopalan, Rajesh Kumar, R. Sekar, R. Rajamohan and K.V. K. Nair (2005). Natural eutrophication in a shallow freshwater lake: impact and possible restoration strategy. In: Restoration and management of tropical eutrophic lakes, Vikram Reddy (Ed.), Science Publishers Inc., Enfield, NH, USA, pp 533. 8. Rajagopal, S., V.P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde & H.A. Jenner, 2005. Chlorine and chlorine residuals. In: J.H. Lehr & J. Keeley (eds.), Water Encyclopedia: Volume II. Domestic, Municipal, and Industrial Water Supply and Waste Disposal. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, pp. 127 (DOI: 10.1002/047147844X.mw1860). 9. Rajagopal, S., V.P. Venugopalan, G. van der Velde & H.A. Jenner, 2005. Dose-response of mussels to chlorine. In: J.H. Lehr & J. Keeley (eds.), Water Encyclopedia: Volume V. Water Quality and Resource Development. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, pp. 401 (DOI: 10.1002/047147844X.wq171). 10. Satpathy, K.K., V. P. Venugopalan and K.V.K. Nair (1999). Barnacle fouling control technology in power plant cooling systems. In: Barnacles: the biofoulers (M-F. Thompson and R. Nagabhushanam, eds.) Regency Publications, New Delhi, pp, 359-378. 11. Nair, K.V.K., K.K. Satpathy and V.P. Venugopalan, 1997. Biofouling control: current methods and new approaches with emphasis on power plant cooling water systems. In: Fouling organisms of the Indian Ocean: Biology and control technology. (R. Nagabhushanam and M-F. Thompson, eds.) Oxford & IBH Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp 160-188. 12. Nair, K.V.K. and V.P. Venugopalan, 1996. Marine biodeterioration and its relevance to the nuclear power industry. In: Materials for marine applications. Ramji Lal (ed.), Naval Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Bombay, pp 277-284. 13. Satpathy, K.K., T.S. Rao, V.P. Venugopalan, K.V.K. Nair and P.K. Mathur, 1995. Response of iron oxidising and slime forming bacteria to chlorination in a laboratory model cooling tower In: Microbial Corrosion. (A.K. Tiller and C.A.C. Sequeira, eds.). The Institute of Materials, London. pp 375-383. 14. Venugopalan, V.P., K.V.K. Nair and P.K. Mathur, 1994. Biofouling and associated corrosion problems in coastal nuclear power plants in India. In: Ocean Technology: Perspectives. (S. Kumar, V.V. Agadi. V.K. Das and B.N. Desai, eds.), Publications and Information Directorate, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi. pp. 884-892. 15. Venugopalan, V.P., T.S. Rao, C.A. Sargunam and K.V.K. Nair. 1994. 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