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Dr. Nudrat Aisha Akram

Associate Professor Botany

Name: Dr. Nudrat Aisha Akram
Designation: Associate Professor
Department: Botany
Faculty: Life Sciences
Sr Degree Institute From To
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1 FIRDOS KOSAR, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF Exogenously-applied 5-aminolevulinic acid modulates some key physiological characteristics and antioxidative defense system in spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seedlings under water stress South African Journal of Botany 71-77 2015 96 1.244 Y
2 SIDRA SHAFIQ, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM AND MUHAMMAD ASHRAF Does exogenously-applied trehalose alter oxidative defense system in the edible part of radish (Raphanus sativus L.) under water-deficit conditions? Scientia Horticulturae 68-75 2015 185 1.538 Y
3 ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, KAFEEL AHMAD, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, RUKHSANA PARVEEN, IRFAN MUSTAFA, AMEER KHAN, ZAHARA BIBI AND NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM Bioaccumulation of heavy metals and metalloids in luffa (Luffa cylindrica L.) irrigated with domestic waste water in Jhang, Pakistan: A prospect for human nutrition Pakistan Journal of Botany 217-224 2015 47 .658 Y
4 ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, KAFEEL AHMAD, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, SYED ALI HASSAN NAQVI, ALIREZA SEIDAVI, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, VITO LAUDADIO AND VINCENZO TUFARELLI Evaluating pasture and soil allowance of manganese for Kajli rams grazing in semi-arid environment Tropical Animal Health and Production 563-566 2015 47 .87 Y
5 ZULFIQAR ALI, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, FAHAD AL-QURAINY, SALIM KHAN AND NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM Appraising drought tolerance in local accessions of sesbania [Sesbania sesban (L.) Merril.] using biomass production, relative membrane permeability and photosynthetic capacity as selection criteria Pakistan Journal of Botany 845-850 2015 47 .658 Y
6 KAFEEL AHMAD, ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, ASMA ASHFAQ, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, SUMAIRA YASMIN AND MUHAMMAD SHER Assessment of heavy metals and metalloids in Solanum tuberosum and Pisum sativum irrigated with urban wastewater in the suburbs of Sargodha city, Pakistan Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 1109-1122 2015 21 1.306 Y
7 ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, ASIA FIRDOS, KAFEEL AHMAD, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, ZAHARA BIBI, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, YASIR RIZWAN AND FAHAD AL-QURAINY Assessment of hazardous and essential elements in food crop irrigated with municipal sewage water: Risk appraisal for public health Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 2126-2136 2015 21 1.306 Y
8 ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, ZAHARA BIBI, KAFEEL AHMAD, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM AND FAHAD-AL-QURAINY Risk evaluation of heavy metals and metalloids toxicity through polluted vegetables from waste water irrigated area of Punjab, Pakistan: Implications for public health Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 2262-2276 2015 21 1.306 Y
9 LATIF, M., AKRAM, N.A. AND ASHRAF, M Regulation of some biochemical attributes in drought-stressed cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L.) by seed pre-treatment with ascorbic acid Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology 129-137 2016 91 .458 Y
10 HIRA NAZ, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM AND MUHAMMAD ASHRAF Impact of ascorbic acid on growth and physiology of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) plants under water-deficit conditions Pakistan Journal of Botany 877-883 2016 48 .658 Y
11 KAFEEL AHMAD, ASMA ASHFAQ, ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, SUMAIRA YASMIN, AIMA IRAM BATOOL, MUHAMMAD SHER, HAZOOR AHMAD SHAD, AMEER KHAN, SAIF UR REHMAN, MUHAMMAD FAHAD ULLAH AND IJAZ RASOOL NOORKA Health risk assessment of heavy metals and metalloids via dietary intake of a potential vegetable (Coriandrum sativum L.) grown in contaminated water irrigated agricultural sites of Sargodha, Pakistan Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 597-610 2016 22 1.306 Y
12 ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, KAFEEL AHMAD, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, RUKHSANA PARVEEN, ZAHARA BIBI, IRFAN MUSTAFA, IJAZ RASOOL NOORKA, HAFIZ MUHAMMAD TAHIR, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD FAHAD ULLAH, RABIA YAQOOB, VINCENZO TUFARELLI, MARIANO FRACCHIOLLA & EUGENIO CAZZATO Risk assessment of heavy metal and metalloid toxicity through a contaminated vegetable (Cucurbita maxima) from wastewater irrigated area: A case study for a site-specific risk assessment in Jhang, Pakistan Human & Ecological Risk Assessment 86-98 2016 22 1.306 Y
13 1. ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, KAFEEL AHMAD, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, RUKHSANA PARVEEN, FAHIM ASHRAF, ABRAR HUSSAIN, ZAHARA BIBI, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, IJAZ RASOOL NOORKA & IRFAN MUSTAFA Risk assessment of heavy metal toxicity through contaminated vegetables from Sewage water: Implications for populace health Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 302-311 2016 22 1.306 Y
14 JUN-LAN XIONG, HAI-YAN KONG, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, XUE BAI, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, RUI-YUE TAN, HAO ZHU, KADAMBOT H. M. SIDDIQUE, YOU-CAI XIONG, NEIL C. TURNER 24-epibrassinolide increases growth, grain yield and ??-ODAP production in seeds of well-watered and moderately water-stressed grass pea Plant Growth Regulation 217-231 2016 78 2.333 Y
15 KAFEEL AHMAD, ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, SUMAIRA YASMIN, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, ASMA ASHFAQ AND ASIA FARDOUS Accumulation of metals and metalloids in radish (Raphanus sativus L.) and spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.) irrigated with domestic wastewater in the peri-urban areas of Khushab city, Pakistan Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 15-27 2016 22 1.306 Y
16 PARVAIZ AHMAD, ARAFAT A. ABDEL LATEF, SAIEMA RASOOL, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, AND SALIH GUCEL Role of proteomics in crop stress tolerance Frontiers in Plant Science 1336 2016 7 4.495 Y
17 1. ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, KAFEEL AHMAD, SUMAIRA YASMEEN, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF AND NAUNAIN MAHMOOD Potential health risk assessment of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) grown on metal contaminated soils in the central zone of Punjab, Pakistan Chemosphere 157-162 2016 166 3.698 Y
18 ABIDA MUKHTAR, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, RIFFAT AISHA, SIDRA SHAFIQ AND MUHAMMAD ASHRAF Foliar-applied ascorbic acid enhances antioxidative potential and drought tolerance in cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. var. Botrytis) Agrochimica 107-113 2016 60 .317 Y
19 MUHAMMAD SADIQ, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM AND MUHAMMAD TARIQ JAVED. Alpha-tocopherol alters endogenous oxidative defense system in mung bean plants under water-deficit conditions Pakistan Journal of Botany 2177-2182 2016 48 .658 Y
20 RIFFAT JOHN, N.A. ANJUM, S.K. SOPORY, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM AND M. ASHRAF. Some key physiological and molecular processes of cold acclimation: An overview Biologia Plantarum 603-618 2016 60 1.665 Y
21 WEI GOU, PUFAN ZHENG, PENG ZHENG, KAI WANG, LIXIN ZHANG AND NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM Salinity-induced callus browning and re-differentiation, root formation by plantlets and anatomical structures of plantlet leaves in two Malus species Pakistan Journal of Botany 1393-1398 2016 48 .658 Y
22 PARVAIZ AHMAD, SAIEMA RASOOL, ALVINA GUL, S.A. SHEIKH, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, A.M. KAZI, SALIH GUCEL Jasmonates: Multifunctional roles in stress tolerance Frontiers in Plant Science 813 2016 7 4.495 Y
23 CHENG QIN, BAOFENG JIN, YONGHONG TANG, HAILUN LIU, QIANG HU, XIAONA LI, HUIDA LIAN, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, LIXIN ZHANG Effect of vermicompost on some physiological attrbutes involved in carbon and nitrogen metabolism as well as nutrient status in leaves of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) Pakistan Journal of Botany 7799-1803 2016 48 .658 Y
24 NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, SIDRA SHAFIQ, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, RIFFAT AISHA AND MUHAMMAD ASIM SAJID Drought-induced anatomical changes in radish (Raphanus sativus L.) leaves supplied with trehalose through different modes Arid Land Research and Management 412-420 2016 30 .746 Y
25 ZAFAR IQBAL KHAN, KAFEEL AHMAD, IQRA ASHRAF, AMEER KHAN, ASIA FARDOUS, MUHAMMAD SHER, NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF, ZAFAR H-AYAT, VITO LAUDADIO, VINCENZO TUFARELLI, ABRAR HUSSAIN, FAHEEM ARSHAD, EUGENIO CAZZATO Appraisal of trace metal elements in soil, forage and animal continuum: A case study on pasture irrigated with sewage water The Philippine Agricultural Scientist 80-87 2016 99 .266 Y
26 92. NUDRAT AISHA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD WASEEM, RABIA AMEEN AND MUHAMMAD ASHRAF Trehalose pretreatment induces drought tolerance in radish (Raphanus sativus L.) plants: some key physio-biochemical traits Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 3 2016 38 1.563
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