Faculty Profile

Dr. M. Arslan Ashraf

Assistant Professor Botany

Name: Dr. M. Arslan Ashraf
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Botany
Faculty: Life Sciences
Sr Degree Institute From To
1 Ph.D University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 2008 2012
2 M.Phil Or MS Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad 2005 2007
3 Master Or Equivalent University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 2002 2004
4 Graduation Or Equivalent University of the Punjab, Lahore 2000 2002
5 Intermedite Or Equivalent BISE Faisalabad 1998 2000
6 Matriculation Or Equivalent BISE Faisalabad 1996 1998
Sr# Authors Paper Title Journal Page# Pub. Year Volume# Impact Factor HEC Rec. View
1 RASHEED, RIZWAN, MUHAMMAD ARSLAN ASHRAF, IQBAL HUSSAIN, ABIDA PARVEEN, RIZWAN ALAM, AND MUHAMMAD IQBAL Physiological and biochemical markers to optimize sugar mill wastewater for irrigation in maize (Zea mays L.) crop Brazilian Journal of Botany 51-63 2015 38 .734
2 MUHAMMAD ARSLAN ASHRAF, RIZWAN RASHEED, IQBAL HUSSAIN, MUHAMMAD IQBAL, MUHAMMAD ZULQURNAIN HAIDER, SADIA PARVEEN, AND MUHAMMAD ASIM SAJID Hydrogen peroxide modulates antioxidant system and nutrient relation in maize (Zea mays L.) under water-deficit conditions Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science 507-523 2015 61 1.118
3 MUHAMMAD ARSLAN ASHRAF AND MUHAMMAD ASHRAF Growth stage-based modulation in physiological and biochemical attributes of two genetically diverse wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars grown in salinized hydroponic culture Environmental Science and Pollution Research 6227-6243 2016 23 2.76
4 IQBAL, MUHAMMAD, IQBAL HUSSAIN, ASMA HABIB, MUHAMMAD ARSLAN ASHRAF, AND RIZWAN RASHEED Effect of Semiarid Environment on Some Nutritional and Antinutritional Attributes of Calendula (Calendula officinalis) Journal of Chemistry 2015 2015 2015 .996
5 HUSSAIN, IQBAL, MUHAMMAD ARSLAN ASHRAF, RIZWAN RASHEED, MUHAMMAD IQBAL, MUHAMMAD IBRAHIM, AND SHAMILA ASHRAF Heat shock increases oxidative stress to modulate growth and physico-chemical attributes in diverse maize cultivars International Agrophysics 519-531 2016 30 1.117
6 HUSSAIN, IQBAL, MUHAMMAD ARSLAN ASHRAF, RIZWAN RASHEED, ANUM ASGHAR, MUHAMMAD ASIM SAJID, AND MUHAMMAD IQBAL Exogenous application of silicon at the boot stage decreases accumulation of cadmium in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grains Brazilian Journal of Botany 223-234 2015 38 .734
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Sr Institute Certificate Year Attended Major Subject
1 University of California, Davis, USA POSTDOC 2018-2019 Plant Science