Dr Yasmeen  Saleem | Crop Production |  Best Researcher Award

Dr. Yasmeen Saleem is a highly skilled professional with a Ph.D. in Botany from the University of Sargodha, Sargodha. She specializes in plant tissue culture and has a strong background in investigating the genetic basis of abiotic/biotic stresses in plants. Her expertise extends to the development of resistance through tissue culture techniques and proficiency in statistical analyses.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education:

🎓 PhD in Plant Tissue Culture, University of Sargodha, Sargodha
📜 M.Phil. in Botany (2014), University of Agriculture Faisalabad
📜 M.Sc. in Botany (2007), BZU Multan
📜 B.Sc. in Botany, Zoology, Chemistry (2004), BZU Multan

Skills:

👩‍🏫 Teaching at graduate and post-graduate level
🧬 Investigation of genetic basis of abiotic/biotic stresses in Plants
🌱 Development of Resistance through Tissue Culture technique
📊 Statistical analyses

Research Experience:

🔬 M.Phil. Thesis: “Interactive effect of nickel and proline on growth and physiological attributes on two wheat genotypes”

📚 PhD Thesis (2016-2022): “In vitro screening of Lead (Pb) toxicity by morphological and biochemical characterization of callus in sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.)”

Teaching Experience:

🏫 COMAND College Sahiwal (May 2007 – August 2008)
🏫 College Teacher Intern (CTI) at Govt. Post-Graduate College, Sahiwal (September 2008 – May 2011)
🏫 Minhaj University of Lahore (Visiting Faculty, October 2014 – October 2015)

Dr. Yasmeen Saleem is a dedicated botanist with expertise in plant tissue culture, genetic studies, and teaching. With a strong research background focusing on stress tolerance and resistance development in plants, she contributes significantly to the field of botany. 🌿

🔍 Research Focus:

Dr. Yasmeen Saleem’s research primarily focuses on enhancing the resilience and productivity of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) under various conditions. 🌱 Her work includes investigating the ameliorative effects of ascorbic acid on lead toxicity in sugarcane under in vitro conditions, contributing to environmental science and pollution research (IF 5.1). Additionally, she explores the synergetic effects of different plant growth regulators on micropropagation of sugarcane, highlighting advancements in agricultural practices (IF 3.4). Dr. Saleem also conducts a comparative in vitro study on lead tolerance in sugarcane genotypes, emphasizing the importance of plant tolerance mechanisms (IF 4.2). Her upcoming research delves into the relationship of digital ground cover with seed morphometric and yield-related traits in wheat varieties, addressing agricultural sustainability in semi-arid regions. 🌾

 

 

Yasmeen  Saleem | Crop Production | Best Researcher Award

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