Mr. Abdul Awal Chowdhury Masud
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Mr. Abdul Awal Chowdhury Masud

Assistant Professor
Department of Agronomy, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Dhaka

Highest Degree
M.Sc. in Agronomy from Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Bangladesh

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Currently, I am serving as Assistant Professor, at the Agronomy department in Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh. My research area is plant stress physiology, crop production, and field management. We work on different abiotic factors of the environment and try to explore how they interact with plants in a diverse manner.

Area of Interest:

Agricultural Sciences
Plant Physiology
Crop Science
Crop Production

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Sathi, K.S., A.A.C. Masud, T.I. Anee, K. Rahman, N. Ahmed and M. Hasanuzzaman, 2022. Soybean Plants Under Waterlogging Stress: Responses and Adaptation Mechanisms. In: Managing Plant Production Under Changing Environment. Hasanuzzaman, M., G.J. Ahammed and K. Nahar, (Eds)., Springer Nature, Singapore pp: 32.
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  2. Sathi, K.S., A.A.C. Masud, M.R. Falguni, N. Ahmed, K. Rahman and M. Hasanuzzaman, 2022. Screening of soybean genotypes for waterlogging stress tolerance and understanding the physiological mechanisms. Adv. Agric., Vol. 2022. 10.1155/2022/5544665.
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  3. Md. S. Hossen, Md. F. Karim, M. Fujita, M.H.M.B. Bhuyan and K. Nahar et al., 2022. Comparative physiology of indica and japonica rice under salinity and drought stress: An intrinsic study on osmotic adjustment, oxidative stress, antioxidant defense and methylglyoxal detoxification. Stresses, 2: 156-178.
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  4. Md. N. Islam, A.A.C. Masud, Md. M. Alam, Md. N. Islam, M.L. Rahman and M. Hasanuzzaman, 2022. Osmolyte-induced water deficit stress mitigation during panicle initiation stage in transplanted rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant Sci. Today, 9: 9-20.
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  5. Masud, A.A.C., S. Akhter, 2022. comparative performances of organic amendments on germination, growth and yield indices of three selected okra [Abelmoschus esculentus(L.) moench] cultivars. J. Agric. Food Environ., 03: 15-20.
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  6. Hasanuzzaman, M., K. Parvin, T.I. Anee, A.A.C. Masud and F. Nowroz, 2022. Salt Stress Responses and Tolerance in Soybean. In: Plant Stress Physiology-Perspectives in Agriculture, Hasanuzzaman, M., K. Nahar and T. Brzozowski (Eds.), IntechOpen, London, United Kingdom, ISBN: 978-1-83969-868-2, pp: 47-82.
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  7. Anee, T.I., Md. N.N. Islam, M.M. Hassan, A.A.C. Masud, Md. M. Alam and M. Hasanuzzaman, 2022. Organic amendments improve plant morpho-physiology and antioxidant metabolism in mitigating drought stress in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Phyton, 91: 1959-1972.
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  8. Akhter, S., A.K.M.R. Amin and A.A. Chowdhury, 2022. organic and mineral fertilization-induced yield and seed quality of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.). J. Plant Sci., 17: 102-111.
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  9. Masud, A.A.C., Md. F. Karim, M.H.M.B. Bhuyan, J.A. Mahmud, K. Nahar, M. Fujita and M. Hasanuzzaman, 2021. Potassium-induced regulation of cellular antioxidant defense and improvement of physiological processes in wheat under water deficit condition. Phyton-Int. J. Exp. Bot., 90: 353-372.
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  10. Hasanuzzaman, M., M.R.H. Raihan, A.A.C. Masud, K. Rahman and F. Nowroz et al., 2021. Regulation of reactive oxygen species and antioxidant defense in plants under salinity. Int. J. Mol. Sci., Vol. 22. 10.3390/ijms22179326.
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  11. Hasanuzzaman, M., K. Parvin, K. Bardhan, K. Nahar, T.I. Anee, A.A.C. Masud and V. Fotopoulos, 2021. Biostimulants for the regulation of reactive oxygen species metabolism in plants under abiotic stress. Cells, Vol. 10. 10.3390/cells10102537.
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  12. Hasanuzzaman, M., M.H.M. Bhuyan, K. Nahar, M.S. Hossain and J. Al Mahmud et al., 2018. Potassium: A vital regulator of plant responses and tolerance to abiotic stresses. Agronomy, Vol. 8. 10.3390/agronomy8030031.
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