Muhammad Sajid Aqeel Ahmad
Muhammad Sajid Aqeel Ahmad
Associate Professor, Department of Botany, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan
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Essential roles and hazardous effects of nickel in plants
MSA Ahmad, M Ashraf
Reviews of environmental contamination and toxicology, 125-167, 2011
Plant adaptation and phytoremediation
M Ashraf, M Ozturk, MSA Ahmad
Springer, 2010
Iso-osmotic effect of NaCl and PEG on growth, cations and free proline accumulation in callus tissue of two indica rice (Oryza sativa L.) genotypes
M Sajid Aqeel Ahmad, F Javed, M Ashraf
Plant Growth Regulation 53 (1), 53-63, 2007
Alleviation of lead toxicity by silicon is related to elevated photosynthesis, antioxidant enzymes suppressed lead uptake and oxidative stress in cotton
SA Bharwana, S Ali, MA Farooq, N Iqbal, F Abbas, MSA Ahmad
J. Bioremed. Biodeg 4 (4), 187, 2013
Alleviation of waterlogging stress in upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) by exogenous application of potassium in soil and as a foliar spray
MA Ashraf, MSA Ahmad, M Ashraf, F Al-Qurainy, MY Ashraf
Crop and Pasture Science 62 (1), 25-38, 2011
Medicinal flora of the Cholistan desert-A review
M Hameed, M Ashraf, F Al-Quriany, T Nawaz, MSA Ahmad
Pak. J. Bot. 43 (Special Issue), 39-50, 2011
Mungbean: a nickel indicator, accumulator or excluder?
MSA Ahmad, M Hussain, R Saddiq, AK Alvi
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 78 (5), 319-324, 2007
Photosynthetic performance of two mung bean (Vigna radiata) cultivars under lead and copper stress
MSA Ahmad, M Hussain, S Ijaz, AK Alvi
Int. J. Agric. Biol 10, 167-172, 2008
Interactive effect of foliarly applied ascorbic acid and salt stress on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) at the seedling stage
Pak. J. Bot 38 (5), 1407-1414, 2006
Phytotoxic effects of nickel on yield and concentration of macro-and micro-nutrients in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) achenes
MSA Ahmad, M Ashraf, M Hussain
Journal of hazardous materials 185 (2-3), 1295-1303, 2011
Glycine betaine-induced lead toxicity tolerance related to elevated photosynthesis, antioxidant enzymes suppressed lead uptake and oxidative stress in cotton
SA Bharwana, S Ali, MA Farooq, N Iqbal, A Hameed, F Abbas, ...
Turkish Journal of Botany 38 (2), 281-292, 2014
Lead (Pb)-induced regulation of growth, photosynthesis, and mineral nutrition in maize (Zea mays L.) plants at early growth stages
MSA Ahmad, M Ashraf, Q Tabassam, M Hussain, H Firdous
Biological trace element research 144 (1), 1229-1239, 2011
Soil salinity as a selection pressure is a key determinant for the evolution of salt tolerance in Blue Panicgrass (Panicum antidotale Retz.)
MSA Ahmad, M Ashraf, Q Ali
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 205 (1), 37-45, 2010
Hydrogen sulfide ameliorates lead-induced morphological, photosynthetic, oxidative damages and biochemical changes in cotton
SA Bharwana, S Ali, MA Farooq, B Ali, N Iqbal, F Abbas, MSA Ahmad
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21, 717-731, 2014
Plants, pollutants and remediation
M Öztürk, M Ashraf, A Aksoy, MSA Ahmad, KR Hakeem
Springer Netherlands, 2015
Toxic Effect of Nickel (Ni) on Growth and Metabolism in Germinating Seeds of Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
MY Ashraf, R Sadiq, M Hussain, M Ashraf, MSA Ahmad
Biological trace element research 143, 1695-1703, 2011
Crop production for agricultural improvement
M Ashraf, M Öztürk, MSA Ahmad, A Aksoy
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Effect of nickel on seed germinability of some elite sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) cultivars
MSA Ahmad, M Hussain, M Ashraf, R Ahmad, MY Ashraf
Pak J Bot 41, 1871-1882, 2009
Structural and functional adaptations in plants for salinity tolerance
M Hameed, M Ashraf, MSA Ahmad, N Naz
Plant adaptation and phytoremediation, 151-170, 2010
Spatiotemporal aspects of plant community structure in open scrub rangelands of submountainous Himalayan plateaus
I Ahmad, MSA Ahmad, M Hussain, M Ashraf, MY Ashraf, M Hameed
Pak. J. Bot 42 (5), 3431-3440, 2010
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