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Dr. Asim Masood

Department of Botany

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India


Email: asim.bot@gmail.com, asim.bt@amu.ac.in


Qualifications

2013  Ph.D., Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Botany

2008  M.Sc., Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Botany

2006  B.Sc., Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Botany (Hons.)


Publications (Selected)

  1. Anjum NA., Singh HP., Khan MIR., Masood A., Per TS., Negi A., Batish DR., Khan NA., Duarte AC., Pereira E. and Iqbal Ahmad (2015), Too much is bad - an appraisal of phytotoxicity of elevated plant-beneficial heavy metal ions, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22, 3361–3382.
  2. Nazar R., Khan MIR., Iqbal N., Masood A. and Khan NA. (2014), Involvement of ethylene in reversal of salt-inhibited photosynthesis by sulfur in mustard, Physiologia Plantarum, 152, 2, 331–344.
  3. Fatma M., Ashger M., Masood A. and Khan NA. (2014), Excess sulfur supplementation improves photosynthesis and growth in mustard under salt stress through increased production of glutathione, Environmental and Experimental Botany, 107, 55-63.
  4. Khan NA., Khan MIR., Asgher M., Fatma M., Masood A. and Syeed S. (2014), Salinity Tolerance in Plants: Revisiting the Role of Sulfur Metabolites, Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology, http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2329-9029.1000120.
  5. Asgher M., Khan NA., Khan MIR., Fatma M. and Masood A. (2014), Ethylene production is associated with alleviation of cadmium-induced oxidative stress by sulfur in mustard types differing in ethylene sensitivity, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 106, 54–61.
  6. Fatma M., Iqbal MIR., Masood A. and Khan NA. (2013), Coordinate changes in assimilatory sulfate reduction are correlated to salt tolerance: Involvement of phytohormones. Annual Review & Research in Biology, 3, 3, 267-295.
  7. Asgher M., Khan MIR., Iqbal N. and Masood A. and Khan NA. (2013), Cadmium tolerance in mustard cultivars: dependence on proline accumulation and nitrogen assimilation, Journal of Functional and Environmental Botany, 3, 1, 30-42.
  8. Masood A. and Khan NA. (2013), Ethylene and Gibberellic Acid Interplay in Regulation of Photosynthetic Capacity Inhibition by Cadmium, Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology, http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/jpbp.1000111.
  9. Masood A., Iqbal N., Asgher M., Khan MIR., Fatma M. and Khan NA. (2013), Variation in carbohydrate accumulation in two cultivars of mustard and its association with salt tolerance, Journal of Functional and Environmental Botany, 3, 2, 94-102.
  10. Rais L., Masood R., Inam A. and Khan NA. (2013), Sulfur and nitrogen co-ordinately improve photosynthetic efficiency, growth and proline accumulation in two cultivars of mustard under salt stress, Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Physiology, http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/jpbp.1000101.
  11. Iqbal N., Trivellini A., Masood A., Ferrante A. and Khan NA. (2013), Current understanding on ethylene signaling in plants: the influence of nutrient availability, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 73, 128-138.
  12. Iqbal N., Masood A., Khan MIR., Asgher M., Fatma M. and Khan NA. (2013), Cross-talk between sulfur assimilation and ethylene signaling in plants, Plant Signaling & Behavior, 8, 1, 1-9.
  13. Khan MIR., Iqbal N., Masood A., Per TS. and Khan NA. (2013), Salicylic acid alleviates adverse effects of heat stress on photosynthesis through changes in proline production and ethylene formation, Plant Signaling & Behavior, 8, 11, e26374.
  14. Masood A., Iqbal N. and Khan NA. (2012), Role of ethylene in alleviation of cadmium-induced photosynthetic capacity inhibition by sulfur in mustard, Plant Cell & Environment, 35, 524-533.
  15. Masood A., Iqbal N., Khan MIR. and Khan NA. (2012), The coordinated role of ethylene and glucose in sulfur-mediated protection of photosynthetic inhibition by cadmium, Plant Signaling & Behavior, 7, 11, 1-3.
  16. Nazar R., Iqbal N., Masood A., Khan MIR., Syeed S. and Khan NA (2012), Cadmium toxicity in plants and role of mineral nutrients in its alleviation, American Journal of Plant Sciences, 3, 1476-1489.
  17. Iqbal N, Masood A. and Khan NA. (2012), Analyzing the significance of defoliation in growth, photosynthetic compensation and source-sink relations. Photosynthetica, 50, 2, 161-170.
  18. Khan MIR., Iqbal N., Masood A. and Khan NA. (2012), Variation in Salt Tolerance of Wheat Cultivars: Evaluation of the Role of Glycinebetaine and Ethylene, Pedosphere,22, 6, 746-754.
  19. Iqbal N., Khan NA., Khan MIR., Nazar R., Masood A. and Syeed S. (2012), Sulfur in the alleviation of cadmium-induced oxidative stress in plants. In: Environmental Adaptations and Stress Tolerance of Plants in the Era of Climate Change, Ahmad P., Prasad M.N.V. (Eds.), Springer New York, 429-446.
  20. Iqbal N, Masood A. and Khan NA (2012), Phytohormones in Salinity Tolerance: Ethylene and Gibberellins Cross Talk. In: Phytohormones and Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants, Khan, N.A.; Nazar, R.; Iqbal, N.; Anjum, N.A. (Eds.), Doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-25829-9_3, Springer-VerlagBerli Heidelberg.
  21. Iqbal N., Nazar R., Syeed S., Masood A. and Khan NA (2011), Exogenously-sourced ethylene increases stomatal conductance, photosynthesis, and growth under optimal and deficient nitrogen fertilization in mustard, Journal of Experimental Botany, 62, 14, 4955-4963.
  22. Nazar R., Iqbal N, Masood A., Syeed S. and Khan NA. (2011), Understanding the significance of sulfur in improving salinity tolerance in plants. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 70, 80-87.
  23. Syeed S., Anjum NA, Nazar R., Iqbal N., Masood A. and Khan NA. (2011), Salicylic acid-mediated changes in photosynthesis, nutrients content and antioxidant metabolism in two mustard (Brassica junceaL.) cultivars differing in salt tolerance, Acta Physiologia Plantarum, 33, 877-886.
  24. Iqbal N., Nazar R., Khan MIR., Masood A. and Khan NA. (2011), Role of gibberellins in regulation of source-sink relations under optimal and limiting environmental conditions, Current Science, 100, 998-1007.
  25. Hayat S., Masood A., Yusuf M., Fariddudin Q. and Ahmad A. (2010), Growth of Indian mustard (Brassica junceaL.) in response to Salicylic acid under high temperature stress, Brazilian Journal of Plant Physiology, 21, 187-195.
  26. Iqbal N., Masood A., Nazar R., Syeed S. and Khan NA. (2010), Photosynthesis growth and antioxidant metabolism in mustard (Brassica junceaL.) cultivars differing in cadmium tolerance, Agricultural Sciences in China, 9, 519-527.
  27. Khan NA., Syeed S., Masoo A., Nazar R. and Iqbal N. (2009), Application of Salicylic acid increases contents of nutrients and antioxidative metabolism in mungbean and alleviates adverse effect of salinity stress, International Journal of Plant Biology, e1, doi. 10.40181/pb.2010.el.


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