Dr. Qurban Ali Panhwar

Dr. Qurban Ali Panhwar

Senior Lecturer
Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Soil Microbial Biotechnology from Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

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Biography

Dr. Qurban Ali Panhwar is currently working as Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Land Management Faculty of Agriculture Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, and Assistant Agriculture Chemist at Sindh Agriculture Research, Pakistan (on leave). He has completed his Ph.D. in Soil Microbial Biotechnology from same University. His area of specialization includes Soil Science, Soil Microbiology, Soil Chemistry, Soil Fertility and Biofertilizer. Dr. Qurban Ali received number of honors includes awarded Gold medal in Invention, Research and Innovation Exhibition, awarded Bronze medal for the Invention of Alleviation of Aluminum Toxicity in rice cultivated on acid sulfate soils by biological process, and awarded Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) 2009 from University Putra Malaysia to pursue PhD in University Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia. He has published 31 research artless in journals, 1 patent, 2 books, 5 book chapters, and 35 conference proceeding contributed as author/co-author. He is reviewer for Journal of Scientific Research. He is member of Soil Science Society of Pakistan, and Asia-Pacific Chemical, Biological & Environmental Engineering Society.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Soil Fertility
62%
Soil Microbiology
90%
Biotechnology
75%
Biofertilizer
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Rabileh, M.A., J. Shamshuddin, A.R. Anuar, A.B. Rosenani and Q.A. Panhwar, 2015. Changes in the Chemical Properties of an Ultisol and the Growth of Maize as Affected by the Application of Biochar and/or Ground Magnesium Limestone. Can. J. Soil Sci., 95: 37-47.

  2. Panhwar, Q.A., U.A. Naher, O. Radziah, J. hamshuddin, I, Mohd Razi, S.S. Dipti and M.T. K. Aghamolki, 2015. Applying Zn, Cu and Mo in to riverine alluvial soils in Malaysia: Their effects on the quality of rice and its antioxidant activities. S. Afr. J. Bot., 98: 77-83.

  3. Panhwar, Q.A., U.A. Naher, O. Radziah, J. Shamshuddin and I.M. Razi, 2015. Eliminating Aluminum Toxicity in an Acid Sulfate Soil for Rice Cultivation Using Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria. Mol., 20: 3628-3646.
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  4. Zulkarami, B., Q.A. Panhwar, M.S. Halimi, M.A. Mondal, I.M. Razi, U.A. Naher and R. Islam, 2014. Rice yield improvement by foliar application of phytohormone. J. Food Agric. Environ., 12: 399-404.
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  5. Zulkarami, B., I.M. Razi, M.S. Halimi, M.A. Mondal, Q.A. Panhwar and M.R. Islam, 2014. Effectiveness of different phytohormones on grain filling and yield of rice (Oryza sativa L.) under drought stress. J. Food Agric. Environ., 12: 697-700.
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  6. Shazana, M.A.R., J. Shamshuddin, C.I. Fauziah, Q.A. Panhwar and U.A. Naher, 2014. Effects of applying ground basalt with or without organic fertilizer on the fertility of an acid sulfate soil and the growth of rice. Malaysian J. Soil Sci., 18: 87-102.
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  7. Shamshuddin, J., Q.A. Panhwar, F.J. Alia, M.A.R.S. Shazana, O. Radziah, and C.I. Fauziah, 2014. Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science. Pertanika J. Trop. Agric. Sci., .

  8. Shamshuddin, J., M.A.R.S. Shazana, A.A. Elisa, C.I. Fauziah and Q.A. Panhwar, 2014. Improving the productivity of Acid Sulfate Soils for Rice Cultivation using Limestone, Basalt, Organic Matter and/or their Combinations. Pak. J. Agri. Sci., .

  9. Shamshuddin, J., A.E. Azura, M.A.R.S. Shazana, C.I. Fauziah, Q.A. Panhwar and U.A. Naher, 2014. Properties and management of acid sulfate soils in Southeast Asia for sustainable cultivation of rice, oil palm and cocoa. Adv. Agron., 124: 91-142.
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  10. Shah, A.L., U.A. Naher, Z. Hasan, S.M.M. Islam, M.S. Rahaman, Q.A. Panhwar and J. Shamshuddin, 2014. Managing arsenic in contaminated irrigation water of Bangladesh for rice cultivation. Pertanika J. Trop. Agric. Sci., .

  11. Rajput, A., Q.A. Panhwar, U.A. Naher, S. Rajput and E. Hossain et al., 2014. Influence of incubation period, temperature and different phosphate levels on phosphate adsorption in soil. Am. J. Agric. Biol. Sci., 9: 251-260.
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  12. Panhwar, Q.A., U.A. Naher, J. Shamshuddin, O. Radziah and I. Mohd Razi, 2014. Understanding the molecular basis of Amelioration of Al toxicity by additions of plant growth promoting bacteria in rice plants through protein profiling. Proteomics, .

  13. Panhwar, Q.A., J. Shamshuddin, U.A. Naher, O. Radziah and I.M. Razi, 2014. Biochemical and molecular characterization of potential phosphate-solubilizing bacteria in acid sulfate soils and their beneficial effects on rice production. PLOS One, Vol. 9, No. 10. 10.1371/journal.pone.0097241.
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  14. Panhwar, Q.A., J. Shamshuddin, U.A. Naher, O. Radziah and I. Mohd Razi, 2014. Changes in the chemical properties of an acid sulfate soil and the growth of rice as affected by bio-fertilizer, ground magnesium limestone and basalt application. Pedosphere, 24: 827-835.

  15. Panhwar, Q.A., A. Rajput, U.A. Naher and J. Shamshuddin, 2014. Evaluation of different application methods and rates of phosphorus fertilizer on wheat growth, yield and phosphorus fertilizer use efficiency in calcareous soil. J. Food Agri. Environ., 12: 1318-1322.

  16. Othman, R. and Q.A. Panhwar, 2014. Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria Improves Nutrient Uptake in Aerobic Rice. In: Phosphate Solubilizing Microorganisms: Principles and Application of Microphos Technology, Khan, M.S., A. Zaidi and J. Musarrat (Eds.). Chapter 9 Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, ISBN: 978-3-319-08215-8, pp: 207-224.

  17. Nuraini, A., O. Radziah, M.S. Halimi, U.A. Naher and Q.A. Panhwar, 2014. Effect of Nitrogen on Nitrogenase Activity of Diazotrophs and Total Bacterial Population in Rice Soil. J. Animal Plant Sci., .

  18. Muhumed, M.A., S. Jusop, C.T.B. Sung, P.E.M. Wahab and Q.A. Panhwar, 2014. Influence of NPK fertilizer rates and irrigation frequencies on the biomass and yield components of sweet corn (Zea mays L.). J. Food Agric. Environ., 12: 1308-1313.
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  19. Mofijul Islam, S.M., A. Khatun, U.A.Naher, A. Saleque, Q.A. Panhwar and O. Radziah, 2014. Response of rice to applied nitrogen in non-saline tidal flooded ecosystem. Can. J. Plant Sci., .

  20. Karbalaei Aghamolki, M.T., M.Y. Khanif, F.C. Oad, Z.J. Hawa, S. Kharidah, M.M. Hanafi and Q.A. Panhwar, 2014. Growth and yield parameters of various rice cultivars as affected by transplanting dates. Rom. J. Agri. Res., .

  21. Kabir, M.M., U.A. Naher, Q.A. Panhwar, J. Shamshuddin and F.H. Khan, 2014. Effect of Transplanting Dates on Growth and Yield of Inbred and Hybrid Rice Varieties Grown During Rainfed Season in Bangladesh. Philippine Agric. Sci., 97: 347-354.

  22. Hasan, Z., U.K. Nath, U.A. Naher, Q.A. Panhwar, and M.I. Razi, 2014. Crossability, heterosis and genetic study of salinity tolerance indigenous and modern rice cultivars. Res. J. Biotech., 9: 72-78.

  23. Bah, A., M.H.A. Husni, C.B.S. Teh, M.Y, Rafii. Q.A, Panhwar and M.Z. Norasma, 2014. Dry Matter Accumulation and Yield of Sweet Corn in Response to Conventional and Controlled-release Fertilizers Application under Different Tillage Practices. Pedosphere, .

  24. Abdirahmann, M.M., J. Shamsuddin, S.C.T. Boon, W.P.E. Megat and P.Q. Ali, 2014. Effects of drip irrigation frequency, fertilizer sources and their interaction on the dry matter and yield components of sweet corn. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 8: 223-231.
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  25. Shamshuddin, J., M.S.K.E. Kang, C.I. Fauziah and Q.A. Panhwar, 2013. On the pyritization of the coastal sediments in the malay peninsula during the holocene and its effects on soil productivity. Malaysian J. Soil Sci., 17: 1-15.
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  26. Shamshuddin, J., A.A. Elisa, M.A.R.S. Shazana and Q.A. Panhwar, 2013. Can Rice be Grown Sustainably on Acid Sulfate Soils in Malaysia? In: Advances in tropical soil science, Hamdan, J. and J. Shamshuddin (Ed.). Springer, Malaysia, pp: 39-54.

  27. Shah, A.L., U.A. Naher, S.M.M. Islam, Z. Hasan, Q.A. Panhwar and J. Shamshuddin, 2013. Occurrence of arsenic in soils, groundwater and rice plants in selected districts of Bangladesh. Jokull J., 63: 122-131.

  28. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, U.A. Naher and J. Shamshuddin, 2013. Effect of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria and organic acid on P solubilization from phosphate rock in aerobic rice. Scient. World J. 10.1155/2013/272409.
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  29. Panhwar, Q.A., J. Shamshuddin, U.A. Naher and O. Radziah, 2013. Phosphate Solubilization Mechanisms in Soil by Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria. In: Advances in Tropical Soil Science, Hamdan, J. and J. Shamshuddin (Ed.). Springer, Malaysia, pp: 149-168.

  30. Naher, U.A., R. Othman, M.A. Latif, Q.A. Panhwar and P.A. Amaddin et al., 2013. Biomolecular characterization of diazotrophs isolated from the tropical soil in Malaysia. Int. J. Mol. Sci., 14: 17812-17829.
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  31. Naher, U.A., R. Othman and Q.A. Panhwar, 2013. Beneficial effects of mycorrhizal association for crop production in the tropics-A review. Int. J. Agric. Biol., 15: 1021-1028.
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  32. Naher, U.A., O. Radziah and Q.A. Panhwar, 2013. Biofertilizer for Improved Plant Growth and Soil Fertility. In: Advances in tropical soil science, Hamdan, J. and J. Shamshuddin (Ed.). Springer, Malaysia, pp: 229-244.

  33. Jusop, S., A.A. Rahim, R.A. Bakar, Q.A. Panhwar and M.A. Rabileh, 2013. Early root growth of maize seedlings in nutrient solution as affected by Al3+ and H+ stress. Jokull J., 63: 48-71.

  34. Fauzihan, K.M., A.R. A'fifah, M.I. Razi, O. Radziah and M.S. Halimi et al., 2013. Growth promotion and biochemical activities of Capsicum annum using Azospirillum brasilense under deficit fertigation. Jokull J., 63: 106-136.

  35. Aminun, N.U., O. Radziah, Panhwar and Q. Ali, 2013. Culturable total and beneficial microbial occurrences in long-term nutrient deficit wetland rice soil. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 7: 1848-1853.
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  36. Ali, P.Q., R. Othman, N.U. Aminun, Z.A. Rehman and R.M. Ismail et al., 2013. Effect of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria and oxalic acid on phosphate uptake from different P fractions and growth improvement of aerobic rice using 32P technique. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 7: 1131-1140.
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  37. Panhwar, Q.A., R. Othman, Z.A. Rahman, S. Meon and M.R. Ismail, 2012. Isolation and characterization of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria from aerobic rice. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 11: 2711-2719.
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  38. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, U.A. Naher, A.R. Zaharah and M. Sariah et al., 2012. Root colonization and association of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria at various levels of triple supper phosphate in aerobic rice seedlings. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 6: 2277-2286.
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  39. Radziah, O., U.A. Naher, Q.A. Panhwar and A.M. Asilah, 2011. Potential of microbes as N and P biofertilizer in rice cultivation. In: Advances in tropical soil science, Hamdan, J. and J. Shamshuddin (Ed.). Springer, Malaysia, Pp: 210-239.

  40. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, Y.M. Khanif and U.A. Naher, 2011. Application of boron and zinc in the tropical soils and its effect on maize (Zea mays) growth and soil microbial environment. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 5: 1649-1654.
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  41. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, A.Z. Rahman, M. Sariah and I.M. Razi et al., 2011. Contribution of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria in phosphorus bioavailability and growth enhancement of aerobic rice. Spanish J. Agric. Res., 9: 810-820.
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  42. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, A.R. Zaharah, M. Sariah and I.M. Razi, 2011. Role of phosphate solubilizing bacteria on rock phosphate solubility and growth of aerobic rice. J. Environ. Biol., 32: 607-612.
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  43. Aminun, N.U., S.M. Abu, P.Q. Ali, R. Othman and J. Shamsuddin, 2011. Techniques of efficient fertilizer management for wetland rice - a review. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 5: 1661-1669.
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  44. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, A.R. Zaharah, M. Sariah, I.M. Razi and G.M. Jamro, 2010. Improving the solubility of rock phosphate in aerobic rice by using phosphate solubilizing bacteria. Proceedings of the 13th Congress of Soil Science on Efficient Resource Management for Sustainable Agriculture, March 24-27, 2010, Soil Science Society of Pakistan, pp: 253-.

  45. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, A.R. Zaharah, M. Sariah and I.M. Razi, 2010. Selection and characterization of phosphate solubilizing bacteria from aerobic rice. Proceedings of International Conference on Balanced Nutrient Management for Tropical Agriculture, April 12-16, 2010, Kuantan, Pahang Malaysia, pp: 81-84.

  46. Panhwar, Q.A., O. Radziah, A.R. Zaharah, M. Sariah and I.M. Razi, 2010. Phosphate solubilization and growth enhancement of aerobic rice by phosphate solubilizing bacteria. Proceedings of National Rice Conference on Strengthening Food Security Through Sustainable Rice Production, June, 28-30, 2010, Swiss Garden Golf Resort and Spa Damai Laut, Lumut, Perak, Malaysai, pp: 288-291.

  47. Ali, P.Q., O. Radziah, M. Sariah and I.M. Razi, 2009. Solubilization of different phosphate forms by phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from aerobic rice. Int. J. Agric. Biol., 11: 667-673.
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