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ย Dr. Faroza Nazir | Plant stress physiology | Women Researcher Award

ย Dr at Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi India

Dr. Faroza Nazir is a dedicated Post-Doctoral Fellow at Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi, specializing in Botany. With a Ph.D. from Aligarh Muslim University, her research focuses on plant hormones’ roles in stress tolerance mechanisms, notably in rice and wheat. She has authored 22 articles and 3 book chapters, accumulating over 1000 citations. Dr. Nazir’s expertise spans ethylene biology, antioxidant metabolism, and plant signaling pathways under environmental stresses. She actively contributes to prestigious journals and has reviewed manuscripts for top-tier publications. Her academic journey is marked by a commitment to advancing plant abiotic stress biology through innovative research and scholarly engagement.

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Academic Qualifications ๐ŸŽ“

Ph.D. in Botany (March 2020): Awarded by Aligarh Muslim University, India. M.Sc. in Botany (Oct 2014): First Division, Aligarh Muslim University, India Field of specialization: Botany

Scholarships ๐Ÿ…

  • Mashkoor Alam Scholarship: Awarded at M.Sc. level by AMU

Tutorial Experience ๐Ÿ“š

  • Tutorial at Pride Academy: Taught from 2020 to 2021 (11th to 12th grade) in Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir

Research Achievements ๐Ÿ“–

  • Published Articles: 22
  • Book Chapters: 03
  • Citations of Publications: 1087
  • h-index: 10
  • i10-index: 10

Research Experience ๐ŸŒฑ

  • Post-Doctoral Fellow (DBT-RA): Department of Botany, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India
    (March 2022 to Feb 2024)

Publication:๐Ÿ“

    1. Selenium and sulfur influence ethylene formation and alleviate cadmium-induced oxidative stress by improving proline and glutathione production in wheat
      • Authors: M.I.R. Khan, F. Nazir, M. Asgher, T.S. Per, N.A. Khan
      • Journal: Journal of Plant Physiology
      • Year: 2015
      • Volume: 173
      • Pages: 9-18
      • Citations: 482

     

    1. Hydrogen peroxide as a signalling molecule in plants and its crosstalk with other plant growth regulators under heavy metal stress
      • Authors: F. Nazir, Q. Fariduddin, T.A. Khan
      • Journal: Chemosphere
      • Year: 2020
      • Volume: 252
      • Article Number: 126486
      • Citations: 137

     

    1. Hydrogen peroxide modulate photosynthesis and antioxidant systems in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) plants under copper stress
      • Authors: F. Nazir, A. Hussain, Q. Fariduddin
      • Journal: Chemosphere
      • Year: 2019
      • Volume: 230
      • Pages: 544-558
      • Citations: 132

     

    1. Interactive role of epibrassinolide and hydrogen peroxide in regulating stomatal physiology, root morphology, photosynthetic and growth traits in Solanum lycopersicum L. under Cu stress
      • Authors: F. Nazir, A. Hussain, Q. Fariduddin
      • Journal: Environmental and Experimental Botany
      • Year: 2019
      • Volume: 162
      • Pages: 479-495
      • Citations: 73

     

    1. Brassinosteroid and hydrogen peroxide improve photosynthetic machinery, stomatal movement, root morphology and cell viability and reduce Cu-triggered oxidative burst in tomato
      • Authors: F. Nazir, Q. Fariduddin, A. Hussain, T.A. Khan
      • Journal: Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety
      • Year: 2021
      • Volume: 207
      • Article Number: 111081
      • Citations: 58

     

    1. Melatonin in business with abiotic stresses in plants
      • Authors: T.A. Khan, Q. Fariduddin, F. Nazir, M. Saleem
      • Journal: Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants
      • Year: 2020
      • Volume: 26
      • Pages: 1931-1944
      • Citations: 41

     

    1. Bio-synthesized nanoparticles in developing plant abiotic stress resilience: a new boon for sustainable approach
      • Authors: S. Kumari, R.R. Khanna, F. Nazir, M. Albaqami, H. Chhillar, I. Wahid, …
      • Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences
      • Year: 2022
      • Volume: 23 (8)
      • Article Number: 4452
      • Citations: 38

     

    1. 24-epibrassinolide and spermidine alleviate Mn stress via the modulation of root morphology, stomatal behavior, photosynthetic attributes and antioxidant defense in Brassica juncea
      • Authors: A. Hussain, F. Nazir, Q. Fariduddin
      • Journal: Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants
      • Year: 2019
      • Volume: 25
      • Pages: 905-919
      • Citations: 37
Faroza Nazir | Plant stress physiology | Women Researcher Award

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