Nafees A. Khan
Nafees A. Khan
Professor, Aligarh Muslim University, India
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TitleCited byYear
Photosynthetic activity, pigment composition and antioxidative response of two mustard (Brassica juncea) cultivars differing in photosynthetic capacity subjected to cadmium stress
M Mobin, NA Khan
Journal of Plant Physiology 164 (5), 601-610, 2007
Salicylic acid-induced abiotic stress tolerance and underlying mechanisms in plants
MIR Khan, M Fatma, TS Per, NA Anjum, NA Khan
Frontiers in Plant Science 6, 462, 2015
Salicylic acid alleviates decreases in photosynthesis under salt stress by enhancing nitrogen and sulfur assimilation and antioxidant metabolism differentially in two mungbean …
R Nazar, N Iqbal, S Syeed, NA Khan
Journal of plant physiology 168 (8), 807-815, 2011
Modulation of glutathione and its related enzymes in plants’ responses to toxic metals and metalloids—a review
NA Anjum, I Ahmad, I Mohmood, M Pacheco, AC Duarte, E Pereira, ...
Environmental and Experimental Botany 75, 307-324, 2012
Cadmium toxicity in plants and role of mineral nutrients in its alleviation
R Nazar, N Iqbal, A Masood, MIR Khan, S Syeed, NA Khan
Scientific Research Publishing, 2012
Cadmium at high dose perturbs growth, photosynthesis and nitrogen metabolism while at low dose it up regulates sulfur assimilation and antioxidant machinery in garden cress …
SS Gill, NA Khan, N Tuteja
Plant Science 182, 112-120, 2012
Selenium and sulfur influence ethylene formation and alleviate cadmium-induced oxidative stress by improving proline and glutathione production in wheat
MIR Khan, F Nazir, M Asgher, TS Per, NA Khan
Journal of plant physiology 173, 9-18, 2015
Application of salicylic acid increases contents of nutrients and antioxidative metabolism in mungbean and alleviates adverse effects of salinity stress
N Khan, S Syeed, A Masood, R Nazar, N Iqbal
International Journal of Plant Biology 1 (1), e1-e1, 2010
Alleviation of salt-induced photosynthesis and growth inhibition by salicylic acid involves glycinebetaine and ethylene in mungbean (Vigna radiata L.)
MIR Khan, M Asgher, NA Khan
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 80, 67-74, 2014
Activities of Antioxidative Enzymes, Sulphur Assimilation, Photosynthetic Activity and Growth of Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Cultivars Differing in Yield Potential …
NA Khan, Samiullah, S Singh, R Nazar
Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 193 (6), 435-444, 2007
Role of ethylene in alleviation of cadmium‐induced photosynthetic capacity inhibition by sulphur in mustard
A Masood, N Iqbal, NA Khan
Plant, cell & environment 35 (3), 524-533, 2012
A new perspective of phytohormones in salinity tolerance: regulation of proline metabolism
N Iqbal, S Umar, NA Khan, MIR Khan
Environmental and Experimental Botany 100, 34-42, 2014
Geological map of Bangladesh
Geological Survey of Bangladesh, MK Alam, AKMS Hasan, MR Khan, ...
Geological Survey of Bangladesh, 1990
Minimising toxicity of cadmium in plants—role of plant growth regulators
M Asgher, MIR Khan, NA Anjum, NA Khan
Protoplasma 252 (2), 399-413, 2015
Sulphur protects mustard (Brassica campestris L.) from cadmium toxicity by improving leaf ascorbate and glutathione
NA Anjum, S Umar, A Ahmad, M Iqbal, NA Khan
Plant Growth Regulation 54 (3), 271-279, 2008
Salicylic acid alleviates adverse effects of heat stress on photosynthesis through changes in proline production and ethylene formation
MIR Khan, N Iqbal, A Masood, TS Per, NA Khan
Plant signaling & behavior 8 (11), e26374, 2013
Role of gibberellins in regulation of source–sink relations under optimal and limiting environmental conditions
N Iqbal, R Nazar, MIR Khan, A Masood, NA Khan
Current science, 998-1007, 2011
Understanding the significance of sulfur in improving salinity tolerance in plants
R Nazar, N Iqbal, A Masood, S Syeed, NA Khan
Environmental and Experimental Botany 70 (2-3), 80-87, 2011
Ethylene role in plant growth, development and senescence: interaction with other phytohormones
N Iqbal, NA Khan, A Ferrante, A Trivellini, A Francini, MIR Khan
Frontiers in plant science 8, 475, 2017
Differential cadmium stress tolerance in five Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.) cultivars: an evaluation of the role of antioxidant machinery
SS Gill, NA Khan, N Tuteja
Plant signaling & behavior 6 (2), 293-300, 2011
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