Prof. Amjad Iqbal
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Nutritional quality of important food legumes
A Iqbal, IA Khalil, N Ateeq, MS Khan
Food chemistry 97 (2), 331-335, 2006
Aflatoxin contents of stored and artificially inoculated cereals and nuts
A Iqbal, IA Khalil, H Shah
Food Chemistry 98 (4), 699-703, 2006
Gibberellins producing endophytic fungus Porostereum spadiceum AGH786 rescues growth of salt affected soybean
M Hamayun, A Hussain, SA Khan, HY Kim, AL Khan, M Waqas, M Irshad, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 686, 2017
Plant growth promoting endophytic fungi Asprgillus fumigatus TS1 and Fusarium proliferatum BRL1 produce gibberellins and regulates plant endogenous hormones
L Bilal, S Asaf, M Hamayun, H Gul, A Iqbal, I Ullah, IJ Lee, A Hussain
Symbiosis 76 (2), 117-127, 2018
Physicochemical characteristics and amino acid profile of chickpea cultivars grown in Pakistan
A Iqbal, N Ateeq, IA Khalil, S Perveen, S Saleemullah
Journal of Foodservice 17 (2), 94-101, 2006
IAA producing fungal endophyte Penicillium roqueforti Thom., enhances stress tolerance and nutrients uptake in wheat plants grown on heavy metal contaminated …
M Ikram, N Ali, G Jan, FG Jan, IU Rahman, A Iqbal, M Hamayun
PLoS One 13 (11), e0208150, 2018
Bioengineered plants can be a useful source of omega-3 fatty acids
W Amjad Khan, H Chun-Mei, N Khan, A Iqbal, SW Lyu, F Shah
BioMed research international 2017, 2017
Potent endogenous allelopathic compounds in Lepidium sativum seed exudate: effects on epidermal cell growth in Amaranthus caudatus seedlings
A Iqbal, SC Fry
Journal of Experimental Botany 63 (7), 2595-2604, 2012
Kinetin modulates physio-hormonal attributes and isoflavone contents of soybean grown under salinity stress
M Hamayun, A Hussain, SA Khan, M Irshad, AL Khan, M Waqas, ...
Frontiers in plant science 6, 377, 2015
In vitro production of IAA by endophytic fungus Aspergillus awamori and its growth promoting activities in Zea mays
A Mehmood, A Hussain, M Irshad, M Hamayun, A Iqbal, N Khan
Symbiosis 77 (3), 225-235, 2019
Endophytic fungus Aspergillus japonicus mediates host plant growth under normal and heat stress conditions
M Hamayun, A Hussain, A Iqbal, SA Khan, IJ Lee
BioMed research international 2018, 2018
Response and tolerance mechanism of cotton Gossypium hirsutum L. to elevated temperature stress: a review
KR Zahid, F Ali, F Shah, M Younas, T Shah, D Shahwar, W Hassan, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 937, 2016
Nutritional yield and amino acid profile of rice protein as influenced by nitrogen fertilizer
A Iqbal, IA Khalil, H Shah
Sarhad Journal of Agriculture (Pakistan), 2003
Bioremediation of hexavalent chromium by endophytic fungi; safe and improved production of Lactuca sativa L
A Hussain, M Hamayun, H Rahman, A Iqbal, M Shah, M Irshad, M Qasim, ...
Chemosphere 211, 653-663, 2018
Genotyping of HCV RNA reveals that 3a is the most prevalent genotype in mardan, pakistan
S Ali, A Ahmad, RS Khan, S Khan, M Hamayun, SA Khan, A Iqbal, ...
Advances in virology 2014, 2014
An endophytic isolate of the fungus Yarrowia lipolytica produces metabolites that ameliorate the negative impact of salt stress on the physiology of maize
FG Jan, M Hamayun, A Hussain, G Jan, A Iqbal, A Khan, IJ Lee
BMC microbiology 19 (1), 1-10, 2019
Effect of IAA on in vitro growth and colonization of Nostoc in plant roots
A Hussain, ST Shah, H Rahman, M Irshad, A Iqbal
Frontiers in plant science 6, 46, 2015
Allergens of Arachis hypogaea and the effect of processing on their detection by ELISA
A Iqbal, F Shah, M Hamayun, A Ahmad, A Hussain, M Waqas, SM Kang, ...
Food & nutrition research 60 (1), 28945, 2016
Cinnamic acid as an inhibitor of growth, flavonoids exudation and endophytic fungus colonization in maize root
A Mehmood, A Hussain, M Irshad, M Hamayun, A Iqbal, H Rahman, ...
Plant physiology and biochemistry 135, 61-68, 2019
Cochliobolus sp. acts as a biochemical modulator to alleviate salinity stress in okra plants
N Bibi, G Jan, FG Jan, M Hamayun, A Iqbal, A Hussain, H Rehman, ...
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 139, 459-469, 2019
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