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Dr. GHULAM RAZA

lalian77@yahoo.com or graza4@gmail.com


Senior Scientist


Work Phone: +92-41-9201316-20, Ext: 309
Fax Phone: +92-41-9201472
Cell/Direct Phone: 0092-3437706360
Dr. GHULAM RAZA

Qualification

  • Ph.D. (Biotechnology): 2013, NIBGE, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan
  • M. Phil. (Biotechnology): 2004, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • M.Sc. Biochemistry: 2001, Pir Mehar Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
  • Post doc Fellowship: February 2011 to July 2013, University of Melbourne, Australia

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Development of stress tolerant crop plants by adopting transgenic technology
  • Genetic transformation of soybean, wheat and sugarcane

  

pUBLICATIONS

 

  • Ali K,  Raza G, Mukhtar Z, Mansoor S, Asaad S. 2015. Ideal In-vitro culture and selection conditions for sugarcane genetic transformation. Pak. J. Agri. Sci., 52 (1): 43-49. Impact factor: 1.054
  • Khan, I.A., G. Raza, M. Ismail, S. Raza, N. Seema, S. Yasmnie. 2015.Assessment of contender sugarcane clones for morphological and biotic tolerance under agro-climatic conditions of Tando Jam. 47(1): 43-48. Impact factor: 1.207
  • Raza G, Siddique A, Khan IA, Ashraf MY, Khatri A (2009). Determination of essential fatty acid composition among mutant lines of canola (Brassicanapus L.), through high pressure liquid chromatography. J. Integr. Plant Biol. 51(12), 1080–1085. Impact factor: 3.448
  • Raza G, Ali K, Mukhtar Z, Mansoor S, Arshad M., Asaad S. 2010.  Response of Various Sugarcane Genotypes to Callus Induction, Regeneration and Different Concentrations of the Selective Agent (Geneticin). African Journal of Biotechnology 9(51):8739-8747. Impact factor: 0.57
  • K.han I. A., M. U. DAHOT, N. Seema, S. Yasmeen, S. Bibi, G. Raza, A. Khatri and M. H. Naqvi (2009). Direct Regeneration of Sugarcane Plantlets: A Tool To Unravel Genetic Heterogeneity. Pak. J. Bot., 41(2): 797-814. Impact factor: 1.207
  • Ahmad I, G. Raza and S. Irum (2008). Phenotypic markers in Phytophthora infestans. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection. 41(2) 104-112.
  • Raza, G., J.I. Mirza, I. Ahmad, S.Iram and S. A.Malik  (2005). Characterization of Phytophthora infestans on the basis of phenotypic marker (Mating type). Int. J. Biol. & Biotech. 2 (3): 695-700.
  • Raza, G., S. Raza, I.A. Khan and A. Khatri (2006). Genetic diversity analysis of local date palm cultivars (Phoenix dactylifera L.)  of Pakistan through molecular marker (RAPD). Int. J. Biol. & Biotech. 3 (4): 673-676.
  • Hussain K., Majeed A., Nawaz, K., Afghan S., Ali K., Lin F., Zafar Z., Raza G. 2010. Comparative study of subsurface drip irrigation and flood irrigation systems for quality and yield of sugarcane African Journal of Agricultural Research 5(22): 3026-3034. Impact factor: 0.263
  • Hussain K., Nawaz K., Majeed A., Khan F., Lin F., Ghani A., Raza G., Afghan S., Zia-ul-Hussnain S., Ali K., Shahazad A. 2010. Alleviation of salinity effects by exogenous applications of salicylic acid in pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.) Seedlings. African Journal of Biotechnology 9(50):8602-8607. Impact factor: 0.57
  • K. Nawaz, K. Hussain, N. Choudary, A. Majeed, U. Ilyas, A. Ghani, F. Lin, K. Ali, S. Afghan, G. Raza, M. I. Lashari. 2011. Eco-friendly role of biodegradation against agricultural pesticides hazards. Afr J Microbiol Res 5, 177-183. Impact factor: 0.54
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