Dr. Nasir  Khan

Dr. Nasir Khan

Assistant Professor
University of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Botany from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Stress Physiology
62%
Crop Physiology
90%
Molecular Biology
75%
Medicinal Plant
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, K.A. Zahid, K.A. ALMutairi and H.S. Zahid, 2017. Role of nanomaterials in plants under challenging environments. Plant Physiol. Biochem., 110: 194-209.
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  2. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, K.A. Zahid, 2017. Fertilizers and their contaminants in soils, surface and groundwater. Encycl. Anth., .
  3. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, K.A. Zahid and H.S. Manzer, 2017. Nitric oxide-induced synthesis of hydrogen sulfide alleviates osmotic stress in wheat seedlings through sustaining antioxidant enzymes, osmolyte accumulation and cysteine homeostasis. Nitric Oxide, 10.1016/j.niox.2017.01.001.
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  4. Mobin, M., N.K. Mohammad, K.A. Zahid, R.A. Habib and K.A. Al-Mutairi, 2016. Significance of sulfur in heat stressed cluster bean (Cymopsis tetragonoloba L. Taub) genotypes: Responses of growth, sugar and antioxidative metabolism. Arch. Agron. Soil Sci., 63: 288-295.
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  5. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, K.A. Zahid and K.A. Al Mutairi, 2016. Impact of varying elevations on growth and activities of antioxidant enzymes of some medicinal plants of Saudi Arabia. Acta Ecol. Sin., 36: 141-148.
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  6. Khan, M.N., 2016. Nano-titanium dioxide (Nano-TiO2) mitigates NaCl stress by enhancing antioxidative enzymes and accumulation of compatible solutes in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). J. Plant Sci., 11: 1-11.
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  7. Khan, M.N., 2016. Growth and physiological attributes of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) genotypes as affected by NaCl stress. Am. J. Plant Sci., 7: 453-460.
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  8. Mobin, M., N.K. Mohammad and K.A. Zahid, 2015. Ecotype difference in bioactive constituents and in vitro antioxidant activities of some saudi medicinal plants. Eur. J. Med. Plants, 73: 125-136.
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  9. Mobin, M., M.N. Khan and K.A. Zahid, 2015. Nitric Oxide Impact On Plant Adaptation To Transition Metal Stress. In: Nitric Oxide Action In Abiotic Stress Responses In Plants. Khan, M.N and M. Mobin et al. (Ed.). Springer International Publishing, Switzerland., pp: 155-167.
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  10. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, M. Firoz and J.C. Francisco, 2015. Nitric Oxide Action In Abiotic Stress Responses In Plants. Springer Publishing, Switzerland, Pages: 247..
  11. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, K.A. Zahid and K.A. ALMutairi, 2015. Acclimation of Teucrium polium plants to seasonal variations by alterations in the activities of antioxidant enzymes and protein accumulation. Br. J. Appl. Sci. Technol., 11: 1-9.
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  12. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin and K.A. Zahid, 2015. Variation in photosynthetic pigments, antioxidant enzymes and osmolyte accumulation in seaweeds of red sea. Int. J. Plant Biol. Res., 3: 1028-1028.
  13. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin and K.A. Zahid, 2015. Nitric Oxide and High Temperature Stress: A Physiological Perspective. In: Nitric Oxide Action In Abiotic Stress Responses In Plants. Khan, M.N and M. Mobin et al. (Ed.). Springer International Publishing, Switzerland., pp: 77-93.
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  14. Mobin, M., N.K. Mohammad and K.A. Zahid, 2014. Studies on the in vitro antiradical activity, phenol and flavonoid contents of Saudi medicinal plants of the family asteraceae having xanthine-inhibitor activities. World J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci., 4: 41-52.
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  15. Mobin, M., M.N. Khan and K.A.A. Zahid, 2014. Stomatal And Photosynthetic Responses To Flooding. In: Photosynthesis, Functional Genomics, Physiological Processes And Environmental Benefits. Khan, N.A. (Ed.). Nova Science Publishers, USA., pp: 119-128.
  16. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, M. Firoz and J.C. Francisco, 2014. Nitric Oxide In Plants: Metabolism And Role In Stress Physiology. Springer Publishing, Switzerland, Pages: 296..
  17. Khan, M.N., M. Firoz and M.A. Saquib, 2014. Tolerance Of Plants To Abiotic Stress: A Role Of Nitric Oxide And Calcium. In: Nitric Oxide In Plants: Metabolism And Role In Stress Physiology. Khan, M.N and M. Mobin et al. (Ed.). Springer International Publishing, Switzerland., pp: 225-242.
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  18. Khan, M.N. and F. Mohammad, 2014. Eutrophication: Challenges and Solutions. In: Eutrophication: Causes, Consequences and Control, Ansari, A.A. and S.S. Gill (Eds.). Springer, Netherlands, ISBN-13: 9789400778139, pp: 1-15.
  19. Khan, M.N., M. Mobin, M. Firoz and M.A. Saquib, 2013. Nitric oxide synthesis in plants: A recent update. Global J. Bot. Sci., 1: 22-28.
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  20. Khan, M.N and M. Firoz, 2013. Interactive effect of GA3, N and P ameliorate growth, seed and fibre yield by enhancing photosynthetic capacity and carbonic anhydrase activity of linseed: a dual purpose crop. J. Integr. Agric., 12: 1183-1194.
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  21. Naeem, M., M.N. Khan, M.M.A. Khan and Moinuddin, 2012. Adverse Effects Of Abiotic Stresses On Medicinal And Aromatic Plants And Their Alleviation By Calcium. In: Plant Acclimation To Environmental Stress. Tuteja, N and S.G. Sarvajeet (Ed.). Springer International Publishing, New York, USA., pp: 101-146.
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  22. Khan, M.N., H.S. Manzer, M. Firoz and M. Naeem, 2012. Interactive role of nitric oxide and calcium chloride in the tolerance of plants to salt stress. Nitric Oxide, 27: 210-218.
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  23. Idrees, M., M. Naeem, M.N. Khan, A. Tariq, M.A.K. Masroor and Moinuddin, 2012. Alleviation of salt stress in lemongrass by salicylic acid. Protoplasma, 249: 709-720.
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  24. Khan, M.N and M. Firoz, 2011. Nutrient Management Strategies For Production Of Linseed: Strategies For Linseed Production. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, Pages: 120..
  25. Siddiqui, M.H., F. Mohammad, M.N. Khan, M.H. Al-Whaibi and A.H. Bahkali, 2010. Nitrogen in relation to photosynthetic capacity and accumulation of osmoprotectant and nutrients in Brassica genotypes grown under salt stress. Agric. Sci. China, 9: 671-680.
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  26. Khan, M.N., M.H. Siddiqui, F. Mohammad, M. Naeem and M.M.A. Khan, 2010. Calcium chloride and gibberellic acid protect linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) from NaCL stress by inducing antioxidative defence system and osmoprotectant accumulation. Acta Physiol. Plant, 32: 121-132.
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  27. Khan, M.N., M. Firoz, H.S. Manzer and M. Naeem, 2010. Gibberellic acid mediated co-ordination of calcium and magnesium ameliorate physiological activities, seed yield and fibre yield of LinumusitatissimumL.- A dual-purpose crop. Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants, 16: 333-334.
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  28. Siddiqui, M.H., M. Firoz, M.N. Khan, M. Naeem and A.K. Masroor, 2009. Differential response of salt-sensitive and salt-tolerant Brassica junceaL. genotypes to N application: Enhancement of N-Metabolismand anti-oxidative properties in salt-tolerant type. Plant Stress, 3: 55-63.
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  29. Siddiqui, M.H., M. Firoz, M.N. Khan and M.A. Khan, 2009. Physio-morphological response of erucic acid-free genotypes of rapeseed-mustard to the application of graded combinations of nitrogen, phosphorus and sulphur. Int. J. Plant Dev. Biol., 3: 66-70.
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  30. Siddiqui, M.H., M. Firoz and M.N. Khan, 2009. Morphological and physio-biochemical characterization of Brassica juncea L. Czern. And Coss. genotypes under salt stress. J. Plant Interact., 4: 67-80.
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  31. Naeem, M., M.M.A. Khan, Moinuddin, H.S. Manzer and M.N. Khan, 2009. Role of calcium in ameliorating photosynthetic capacity, nitrogen fixation, enzyme activities, nutraceuticals and crop productivity of hyacinth bean (Lablab purpureusL.) under calcium-defficient soil. Med. Aromat. Plant Sci. Biotechnol., 3: 64-73.
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  32. Naeem, M., M.M.A. Khan and M.N. Khan, 2009. Promotive effects of phosphorus on crop productivity, enzyme activities,anthraquinone and sennoside content in Cassia tora L. - A medicinal herb. J. Plant Interact., 4: 49-57.
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  33. Khan, M.N., M. Firoz and H.S. Manzer, 2009. Pre-sowing seed treatment and foliar application of gibberellic acid improve seed and fibre yield by inducing net photosynthetic rate and carbonic anhydrase activity of linseed genotypes. Int. J. Plant Devel. Biol., 3: 34-38.
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  34. Siddiqui, M.H., M.N. Khan, F. Mohammed and M.M.A. Khan, 2008. Role of nitrogen and gibberellin (GA3) in the regulation of enzyme activities and in osmoprotectant accumulation in Brassica juncea L. under salt stress. J. Agron. Crop Sci., 194: 214-224.
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  35. Siddiqui, M.H., M. Firoz, M.N. Khan and M.M.A. Khan, 2008. Cumulative effect of soil and foliar application of N, P and S on growth, physio-biochemical parameters, yield attributes and fatty acid composition in oil of erucic acid-free Rapeseed -mustard genotypes. J. Plant Nutr., 31: 1284-1298.
  36. Siddiqui, M.H., M. Firoz and M.N. Khan, 2007. Sensitivity analysis of erucic acid free cultivars of rapeseed-mustard under nutrient application. Indian J. Plant Physiol., 12: 153-161.
  37. Nasir Khan, M., M.H. Sedighqui, F. Mohammad, M. Masroor, A. Khan and M. Naeen, 2007. Salinity induced changes in growth, enzyme activities, photosynthesis, proline accumulation and yield in linseed genotypes. World J. Agric. Sci., 3: 685-695.
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  38. Siddiqui, M.H., M.MA. Khan, M.N. Khan, M. Firoz and M. Naeem, 2006. Hill reaction, photosynthesis and chlorophyll content in non-sugar-producing (Turnip, Brassica rapa L.) and sugar- producing (Sugar beet, Beta vulgaris L.). Turk. J. Biol., 30: 153-155.
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  39. Khan, M.N and M. Naeem, 2006. Supplementary calcium ameliorates growth and biochemical attributes of mung bean under NaCl stress. Biosci. Biotechnol. Res. Asia, 3: 159-160.
  40. Khan, M.N and M. Firoz, 2006. An evaluation of the effects of seed and foliar treatments with gibberellic acid on the growth and fibre content of five cultivars of linseed grown in pots. Tests Agrochem. Cultivars, 27: 13-14.
  41. Khan, M.M.A., M. Mujibur-Rahman, M. Naeem, M. Firoz, M.H. Siddiqui and M.N. Khan, 2006. Triacontanol- induced changes in growth yield and quality of tomato. Electron. J. Environ. Agric. Food Chem., 5: 1492-1499.
  42. Khan, M.M.A., C. Gautam, F. Mohammad, M.H. Siddiqui, M. Naeem and M.N. Khan, 2006. Effect of gibberellic acid spray on performance of tomato. Turk. J. Biol., 30: 11-16.
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  43. Singh, M., M. Naeem and M.N. Khan, 2005. Physiomorphological response of Withaniasomniferaas affected by nitrogen fertilization. Adv. Plant Sci., 18: 669-673.
  44. Naeem, M., M.N. Khan and S. Minu, 2005. Effect of calcium fertilization on growth, photosynthetic pigments and nodulation of mung bean (Vigna radiate L. Wilczek). Indian J. Appl. Pure Biol., 20: 253-254.
  45. Khan, M.N and M. Naeem, 2005. Effect of gibberellic acid spray on growth and yield attributes of linseed (Linumusitatissimim L.). Indian J. Appl. Pure Biol., 20: 297-299.