Professor J. P. Jeyadevan

  • Department of Chemistry,
    University of Jaffna,
    Sri Lanka.
  • prince@jfn.ac.lk
  • +94 21 221 8193
Head of the Department from  August 2010 – 2013
Natural Product Chemistry, Isolation of Biologically active compounds
  1. E.C.Jeyaseelan, M.K.Pathmanathan and J.P.Jeyadevan, (2011), Inhibitory Effect of DifferentSolvent Extracts of Vitex negundo L. and Allium sativum L. on Phytopathogenic Bacteria. Archives of Applied Science Research, 3 (1): 1-8,
  2. N. Sivanayani, J. P. Jeyadevan, and K. Pathmanathan. “Antifungal Activity of Punica granatum.L and Solanum nigrum.L on Plant Pathogenic Fungi”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 2, 2008.
  3. E. Vanathy, J. P. Jeyadevan, K. Pathmanathan, and C. Arunagirinathan. “Petroleum Ether Extract of Leaf of Azadiracta indica Inhibits Plant and Human Pathogenic Bacteria”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 5, 2008.
  4. E. Vanathy, J. P. Jeyadevan, and K. Pathmanathan. “The Effect Leaf Extract of Aegle Marmelos on Pathogenic Bacteria”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 6, 2008.
  5. K. Uthayarasa, K. Pathmanathan, J. P. Jeyadevan, and C. Arunagirinathan.“Antibacterial Activity of Different Solvent Extract of Ocimum Sanctum”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 8, 2008.
  6. K. Uthayarasa, K. Pathmanathan,  and J. P. Jeyadevan, “The Effect of Ethanol and Methanol Extract of Punica granatum on Pathogenic Bacteria”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 10, 2008.
  7. T. Vinuja, K. Pathmanathan,  and J. P. Jeyadevan. “The Growth of Colletotrichum sp and Fusarium sp is Suppressed by Lawsonia inermis”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 12, 2008.
  8. E. C. Jeyaseelan, K. Pathmanathan, J. P. Jeyadevan, and C. Arunagirinathan. “Efficacy of the Inhibitory Effect of Soxhlet Extraction of Allium sativum on Bactetial Pathogens”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 13, 2008.
  9. E. C. Jeyaseelan, K. Pathmanathan, J. P. Jeyadevan “Pseudomonas solanacearum is highly Sensitive to Ethanol Extract of Viex negundo”, In Proceeding of Jaffna Science Association, 15, pp. 16, 2008.
  1. CHE221GE2: Chemistry of electron deficient compounds, transition and inner-transition elements
  2. CHE222GC2: Chemistry of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, carbonyl and alicyclic compounds
  3. CHE322GE2:  Rearrangement reactions and Heterocyclic chemistry
  4. CHE303MC3:  Pericyclic reactions and Photochemistry
  5. CHE423ME3:  Chemistry of Secondary Metabolites and Therapeutic Agents