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Name: Dr. Hassaan Javed
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Plant Sciences


Qualifications: PhD    


Phone: +92-51 9064-3004
Email: hassaan@qau.edu.pk
Status: On Job
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Research Interests Publications Conferences Research Projects

  1. Plant Growth Regulation
  2. Control of Plant Stress by Microbes 
  3. Biological Control of Plant Diseases
  4. Microbial Cleaning of Polluted Land
  5. Plant Pathogens and Pest Organisms
  6. Plant-Microbe Interactions
  7. Ecology of Plant-Associated Microbes


                                                                                                                                 
Articles
          

1.Haq F., Ali H., Shuaib M., Badshah M., Hassan SW., Munis MFH., Chaudhary HJ* (2016).    Recent Progresses in Bioethanol Production from Lignocellulosic Materials. Int. J. Green Energy. DOI: 10.1080/15435075.2015. 1088855 (IF 1.22)


2.Kamran MA., Eqani SAMAS., Bibi S., Xu R., Amna., Munis MFH., Katsoyiannis A., Bokhri H., Chadhary HJ (2016). Bioaccumulation of nikel by E. sativa and role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria(PGPRs) under nickel stress. Ecotoxicon Environ Saf., 126:256-263 (IF 2.762)


3.Ali B., Amna.,  Munis MFH., Chaudhary HJ* (2016). Influence of endophytic Bacillus pumilus and EDTA on the phyto-extraction of Cu from soil by using Cicer arietinum. Int J Phytoremediat. ID BIJP-2015-0308.R1 (IF 1.74)


4.Sirajuddin., Khan A., Ali L., Chaudhary HJ., Munis MFH., Bano A., Masood S (2016). Bacillus pumilus alleviates boron toxicity in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) due to enhanced antioxidant enzymatic activity. Scientia Horticulture 200: 178-185 (IF 1.37)


5.Masood S., Iqbal M., Chaudhary HJ., Munis MFH (2015). Subcellular compartmentation of sugars in wheat leaves under the influence of salinity and boron toxicity. J. Plant Nutr. (accepted) (IF 0.49)



6.Mubeen S, Rafique M, Munis MFH, Chaudhary HJ* (2015). Study of southern corn leaf blight (SCLB) on maize genotypes and its effects on yield. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci. (accepted)DOI:10.1016/j.jssas.2015.06.006


7.Hakim S, Liaquat F, Gul S, Chaudhary HJ, Munis MFH (2015). Preference of Bacilllus pumilus causing fruit rot of Ficus lacor in Pakistan. J. Plant Patho. (accepted) ID: 2657 (IF 1.04)


8.Batool R, Aziz E, Kanwal S, Chaudhary HJ, Naqvi SMS, Mahmood T (2015). Genetic characterization of Scorias spongiosa identified in citrus: a first report from Pakistan. Pak. J. Biochem. Mol. Biol., 48(2): 57-60


9.Amna, Naeem A, Masood S, Mukhtar T, Kamran MA, Rafique M, Munis MFH, Chaudhary HJ* (2015). Differential effects of cadmium and chromium on growth, photosynthetic activity and metal uptake of Linum usitatissimum in association with Glomus intraradices. Environ Monit Assess., (IF 1.68)


10.Rehman K,  Mashwani ZU,  Khan MA,  Ullah Z,  Chaudhary HJ*(2015). An ethno botanical perspective of traditional medicinal plants from the Khattak tribe of Chonthra Karak, Pak. J Ethnopharmacol. (IF 2.94)


11.Amna, Masood S, Syed JH, Munis MFH, Chaudhary HJ* (2015). Phytoextraction of Nickel by Linum usitatissimum in association with Glomus intraradices. Int J Phytoremediat. (IF 1.74)


12.Mufti R, Amna, Rafique M, Haq F, Munis MFH, Masood S, Chaudhary HJ* (2015). Genetic Diversity and metal resistance assessment of endophytes isolated from Oxalis corniculata. Soil Environ.


13.Kashif T, Akram MS, Masood S, Chaudhary HJ, Lindberg S, Javed MT (2015). Cadmium-  induced rhizospheric pH dynamics modulated nutrient acquisition and physiological attributes of maize (Zea mays L.). Environ Sci Pollut Res., (IF 2.82)


14.Rehman S, HJ Chaudhary, A. Rasheed, T. Mahmood (2015). Phylogenetic relationship of selected Pakistani wheat varieties based on a chloroplast rps11 gene. J Anim Plant Sci., (IF 0.45)


15.Hakim, S Naz, S Gul, HJ Chaudhary, MFH Munis (2015). First report of Rhizopus oryzae causing fruit rot of Citrus medica l. in Pakistan. J.Plant Patho. (IF 1.04)


16.Kamran MA., Syed JH., Eqani SAMAS., Munis MFH., Chaudhary HJ* (2015). Effect of plant  growth-promoting rhizobacteria inoculation on cadmium (Cd) uptake by Eruca sativa. Environ Sci Pollut Res. 22:9275–9283 (IF 2.82)


17.Nasim W., Tariq M., Munis MFH., Chaudhary HJ., Saud S., Mubarak H., Ahmad R (2015). Correlation studies on nitrogen for sunflower crop across the agroclimatic variability.Environ Sci Pollut Res 23(4): 3658-3670 (IF 2.82)


18.Gilani RA., Rafique M., Rehman A., Munis MFH., Shafiq ur Rehman., Chaudhary HJ* (2015). Biodegradation of chlorpyrifos by bacterial genus Pseudomonas. Journal of Basic Microbiology DOI: 10.1002/jobm.201500336 (IF 1.823)


19.Haq F., Butt M., Ali H., Chaudhary HJ* (2015).Biosorption of Calcium and Chromium from water by endophytic Kocuria Rhizophila: Equilibrium and kinetic studies.Desalination of water treatment. DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2015.1109561. (IF 1.173)


20.Ullah A, Mushtaq H, Ali H, Munis MFH, Javed MT,Chaudhary HJ* (2014). Diazotrophs assisted phytoremediation of heavy metals: A novel approach. Environ Sci Pollut Res., 22: 2505-2514 (IF 2.82)


21.Ibrahim T, Bano A, Chaudhary HJ, Imran M, Mehmood Z, Hassan SW, Muhammad N, Naqvi SAH, Munis MFH (2014). Optimization of Different Inoculation Methods for the Infection of Helminthosporium sativum in Wheat. Philipp. J. Crop Sci., (IF 0.039)


22.Zaffar M, Munis MFH, Rasul F, Masood S, Hassan SW, Imran M, Nasim W, Zakir A, Quraishi UM, Chaudhary HJ (2014). Biological assays of plant extracts from Araucaria columnaris and Cycas revoluta. J Food Agr Environ., 12(1):128-131 (IF 0.44)


23.Kamran MA, Amna, Mufti R, Mubariz N, Syed JH, Bano A, Javed MT, Munis MF, Tan Z, Chaudhary HJ (2014). The potential of the flora from different regions of Pakistan in phytoremediation: a review. Environ Sci Pollut Res., 21:801–812 (IF 2.82)


24.Chaudhary HJ, Peng GX, Hu M, He YM, Yang LJ, Luo Y, Tan ZY (2012). Genetic  Diversity of Endophytic Diazotrophs of the Wild Rice, Oryza alta and Identification of the New Diazotroph, Acinetobacter oryzae sp. nov.  Microb. Ecol., 63(4): 813-821 (IF=2.97)

 

25.Nasim W, Ahmad A, Hammad HM, Chaudhary HJ, Munis MFH (2012). Effect of nitrogen on growth and yield of sunflower under semi-arid conditions of Pakistan. Pak. J. Bot., 44(2):639-648 (IF=0.872)  

 

26.Nasim W, Ahmad A, Wajid A, Ahmed S, Khaliq T, Sultana SR, Maqbool MM, Mudassir MA, Munis MFH, Chaudhary HJ, Hammad HM, Sajjad M, Mubeen M, Abbas T (2012) . Wheat productivity in arid and semi-arid environment of Pakistan using crop simulation model. Int. P. J. Sci. Tech., 2(1):2224-5618


27.Zhao XW, Chaudhary HJ, He YM, Zhang ZY, Peng GX, Tan ZY (2009).Diversity of   associated nitrogen-fixing bacteria isolated from the pioneer plants Vetiver zizanioides.  ActaMicrobiol.Sin., 49(11):1430-1437 1.         

 

28.Raziuddin, Shah SS, Chaudhary HJ, Mohammad T, Ali S (2004). Hormonal effect on callus induction in tomato.Sar. J. Agr. , 20(2): 223-225

 


Book Chapter
  1. Rafique M., Hayat K., Mukhtar T., Amna, Khan AA., Afridi MS., H ussain T., Sultan T., Munis MFH., Imran M., Chaudhary HJ* (2015). Bacterial biofilm formation and its role against agricultural pathogens. In A. Méndez Vilas (Ed.), MicrobiThe Battle Against al Pathogens: Basic Science, Technological Advances and Educational Programs.  Spain: Formatex Research Center.

*Corresponding author

  1. 2nd National Conference on Advancement in Sciences and Research, at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology,Vehari, Pakistan on 17th March 2014.
  2. 12th National and 3rd  International Conference of Botany, at Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan on 1-3rd September 2012
  1. Application and genetic diversity of endophytic diazotrophs isolated from wild and cultivated rice funded by Higher Education Commission Pakistan

  2. Sequences submitted in NCBI: 15.461 Kb

  3. Whole genome of two bacterial strains have been fully sequenced by Ion-torrent method with the help of foreign collaboration. Ref: Bioproject number: PRJNA286912, PRJNA286914

  4. Gene bank submission: 13

  5. Bacterial inventory with gene sequences and gene bank numbers

  6. Enrolled PhD Students: 5

  7. M.Phil produced: 15

  8. Enrolled M.Phil Students: 15



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