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Mamiyil Sabu was born on 31 May, 1959 in Olavanna, Kozhikode district, Kerala, India. Discover Mamiyil Sabu's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?

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Age 64 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 31 May, 1959
Birthday 31 May
Birthplace Olavanna, Kozhikode district, Kerala, India
Nationality India

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Sabu has been working as Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in various Sree Narayana Colleges in Kerala for 16 years and Calicut University as Reader and Professor about 20 years. He officiated as Head of the Department of Botany, University of Calicut from 2012 to 2014. Presently he is working as CSIR- Emeritus Scientist at Malabar Botanical Garden and Institute for Plant Sciences, Calicut. He has been teaching taxonomy since 1985 for UG and PG students and creating awareness of Taxonomy through organizing National and International seminars and workshops.


He has been officiating as the officer-in-charge of Calicut University Botanic Garden since 1999 to 2019. He has taken up programmes for the conservation of endangered taxa through MoEF & CC Project.


Sabu has been working on the Taxonomy of Indian Zingiberaceae since 1996. Taxonomic Revision of South Indian Zingiberaceae was over and a book entitled “Zingiberaceae and Costaceae of South India” was released at Singapore Botanical Garden in July 2006. A germplasm of over 190 species and 2000 accessions of live plants in the ginger gene bank of Calicut University Botanical Garden is established. This forms the largest collection of Indigenous gingers in India. Exotic and ornamental gingers from China, Japan, Thailand and Malaysia are also grown. He has over 160 papers in National and International Journals and five books to his credit. Apart from the Taxonomy, he has also dealt with aspects of Palynology, Cytology and Dermal Morphology, molecular aspects of all Zingiberaceae members of South India. Dr. M. Sabu described 65 taxa new to science and reported five new generic records, six new combinations, 15 new species records for India, nine for South India, and 16 name changes/synonyms. Rediscovery of 11 taxa after 57 to 155 years, which includes some supposed to be extinct taxa. The IUCN status of all Indian gingers were assessed. The revision of Indian Musaceae and Marantaceae was over. The largest germplasm of Indian Musaceae and Marantaceae is established in the Botanical Garden of Calicut University which contain more than 30 taxa and over 200 accessions. Musaceae Revision is published with four new taxa and several new records to India and rediscoveries after a lapse of 50–100 years. He has also prepared a database of Indian Zingiberaceae, Musaceae and Marantaceae and a website for the first time.