Dr. Mohammad Israil Ansari

Dr. Mohammad Israil Ansari

Professor
University of Lucknow, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Botany from Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, India

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Biography

Dr. Mohammad Israil Ansari is currently working as Professor at Amity Institute Biotechnology, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus, Lucknow, India. He has completed his Postdoctoral Fellow in Plant Molecular Biology from Academia Sinica, Taiwan. He is Biologist with expertise in thrust areas of Molecular Biology, Plant Physiology, Stress Physiology and Agricultural Biotechnology. He is having 22 years of research and 11 years of teaching experience. He also served as visiting Scientist at Institute of Plant Biology, National Taiwan University, and Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. Dr. Mohammad Israil received honors National Science Council Fellowship, Taiwan, Academia Sinica Fellowship, Taiwan, National Science Council Fellowship, Taiwan, Indian Council for Agriculture Research Associate Fellowship, Best Poster Award at International Symposium on Functional Genomics, Taipei, Taiwan, and Best Scientific Contribution Award. He is member of International Society of Sugarcane Technologist, Society of Professional Biotechnologist, India, and Sugarcane Technologist of India. His main area of interest focuses on Molecular Biology, Plant Physiology, Stress Physiology and Agricultural Biotechnology. He also guided 20 M. Tech. Thesis, and 25 MSc and 30 B. Tech. He has published 25 research articles in journals. He also attended more than 40 International and National Symposia and Workshops and also performed presentations.

Area of Interest:

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

Selected Publications

  1. Rani, H. and M.I. Ansari, 2019. Human Health and Agricultural Crops Contamination with Xenobiotics. In: Xenobiotic, Environment and Functional Biology, Serajuddin, M. (Ed.)., Amiga Press Inc., Delhi, India, pp: 8-13.

  2. Singh, A.K., L. Sharma, J.K. Srivastava, N. Mallick and M.I. Ansari, 2018. Microbially Originated Polyhydroxy Alkanoate (PHA) Biopolymers: An Insight into the Molecular Mechanism and Biogenesis of PHA Granules. In: Sustainable Biotechnology-Enzymatic Resources of Renewable Energy, Singh, O.V. and A.K. Chandel (Eds.)., Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp: 355-398.

  3. Rani, H., V.K. Singh, S. Asif and M.I. Ansari, 2018. Silver nanoparticle synthesis and characterization from leaf extract of Psoralea corylifolia (Babchi). Orient. J. Chem., 34: 2673-2676.

  4. Khan, M.M.A.A., M. Abid, M.I. Ansari and H. Chharang, 2018. Perspectives in Ecotoxicology. Lenin Media Private Limited, New Delhi, India.

  5. Jalil, S.U., M. Zahera, M.S. Khan and M.I. Ansari, 2018. Biochemical synthesis of gold nanoparticles from leaf protein of Nicotiana tabacum L. cv. xanthi and their physiological, developmental and ROS scavenging responses on tobacco plant under stress conditions. IET Nanobiotechnol., 13: 23-29.
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  6. Iqbal, M.S., M. Abid and M.I. Ansari, 2018. Agricultural Crops Contamination with Xenobiotics and its Impact on Human Health. In: Perspectives in Ecotoxicology, Mahdi, A.A., M. Abid, M.M.A.A. Khan, MI. Ansair and R.K. Maheshwari (Eds.)., Lenin Media Private Limited, New Delhi, India, pp: 171-181.

  7. Ansari, M.I., 2018. Sugarcane Crop and its Management. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN: 978-613-9-88202-1.

  8. Ansari, M.I. and S.U. Jalil, 2018. Plant microbiome and its functional mechanism in response to environmental stress. Int. J. Green Pharm., 12: S81-S92.

  9. Ansari, M.I. and M.M.A.A. Khan, 2018. Plants and Heavy Metal Toxicity. In: Perspectives in Ecotoxicology, Mahdi, A.A., M. Abid, M.M.A.A. Khan, MI. Ansair and R.K. Maheshwari (Eds.)., Lenin Media Private Limited, New Delhi, India, pp: 59-71.

  10. Misra, V., A.K. Mall, A.K. Shrivastava, S. Solomon, A.D. Pathak, S. Hasan and M.I. Ansari, 2017. Efficacy of anti-bacterial activity of plants against Leuconostoc spp., a potent cause for post-harvest sucrose loss in sugarcane. J. Food Agric. Environ., 15: 73-77.
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  11. Jalil, S.U., I. Ahmad and M.I. Ansari, 2017. Functional loss of GABA transaminase (GABA-T) expressed early leaf senescence under various stress conditions in Arabidopsis thaliana. Curr. Plant Biol., 9: 11-22.
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  12. Jalil, S.U., I. Ahmad and M.I. Ansari, 2017. Functional complementation of pop2-3 T-DNA insertion mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana by overexpression of gamma-aminobutyric acid transaminase gene to reveals its role in complex pattern of leaf senescence. Int. J. Green Pharm., 11: 590-596.

  13. Cheng, N., Y.S. Lo, M.I. Ansari, K.C. Ho, S.T. Jeng, N.S. Lin and H. Dai, 2017. Correlation between mtDNA complexity and mtDNA replication mode in developing cotyledon mitochondria during mung bean seed germination. New Phytol., 213: 751-763.
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  14. Ansari, M.I., P. Srivastava and M. Abid, 2017. Nigella sativa (Black Seed): Pharmaceutical Significance. In: Molecular Biology and Pharmacognosy of Beneficial Plants, Mahdi, A.A., M. Abid, M.M.A.A. Khan and M.I. Ansari (Eds.)., Lenin Media Publication, New Delhi, India, pp: 272-288.

  15. Ansari, M.I., 2017. Red Rot: The Cancer of Sugarcane. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN: 9783330346048, Pages: 56.

  16. Ansari, M.I., P. Srivastava and M. Abid, 2017. Nigella Sativa (Black Seed): Pharmaceutical Significance. In: Molecular Biology and Pharmacognosy of Beneficial Plants, Mahdi, A.A. (Ed.)., Lenin Media, New Delhi, India, ISBN: 9789385995569, pp: 284.

  17. Misra, V., S. Solomon, P. Singh, C.P. Prajapati and M.I. Ansari, 2016. Effect of water logging on post-harvest sugarcane deterioration. Agrica, 5: 119-132.
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  18. Misra, V., S. Solomon, A.K. Shrivastava, S.P. Shukla and M.I. Ansari, 2016. Post-harvest sugarcane deterioration: Leuconostoc and its effect. J. Functional Environ. Bot., 6: 1-7.
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  19. Misra, V., S. Solomon and M.I. Ansari, 2016. Impact of drought on post-harvest quality of sugarcane crop. Adv. Life Sci., 5: 8204-8213.

  20. Misra, V., A.K. Srivastava, S.P. Shukla, M.I. Ansari and S. Solomon, 2016. Sugar standrds. Indian Sugar., 68: 22-26. 2016. Sugar standrds. Indian Sugar., 68: 22-26.

  21. Misra, V., A.K. Shrivastava, S.P. Shukla, S. Solomon and M.I. Ansari, 2016. Sugarcane: A boon for enhancing women's beauty. Agrica, 5: 1-6.
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  22. Jalil, S.U., M. Mishra and M.I. Ansari, 2016. Current view on chitenase for plant defence. Trends Biosci., 8: 6733-6743.

  23. Jalil, S.U., I. Ahmad and M.I. Ansari, 2016. Screening of Arabidopsis thaliana GABA-transaminase mutant and its root pattern analysis. J. Biol. Chem. Res., 33: 909-917.

  24. Jalil, S.U., I. Ahmad and M.I. Ansari, 2016. Phenotypic characterization of GABA-transaminase mutant of arabidopsis thaliana. Adv. Life Sci., 5: 10005-10008.

  25. Misra, V., A.K. Srivastava, S. Solomon, M.I. Ansari and S.P. Shukla, 2015. Impact of crushing capacity of sugarcane in India. Am. Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci. Sugar., 16: 28-32.

  26. Misra, V., A.K. Srivastava, M.I. Ansari and S. Solomon, 2015. Artificial synthesis of sucrose. Indian Sugar, 66: 22-23.

  27. Hasan, S., M.I. Ansari, A. Ahmad and M. Mishra, 2015. Major bioactive metabolites from marine fungi: A review. Bioinformation, 11: 176-181.
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  28. Iqbal, M.S., M.I. Ansari, S. Jafri, S. Padmesh, I. Ahmad and B. Pandey, 2014. Antioxidant potential of some medicinal plants Ocimum sanctum, Azadirachta indica and Nigella sativa). Pharmacophore, 5: 123-130.

  29. Ansari, M.I., S. Hasan and S.U. Jalil, 2014. Leaf senescence and GABA shunt. Bioinformation, 10: 730-732.
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  30. Ansari, M.I., A. Yadav and R. Lal, 2013. An-overview on invertase in sugarcane. Bioinformation, 9: 464-465.
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  31. Israil, A.M., 2012. Colletotrichum falcatum, A Causal Organism of Sugarcane Red Rot Disease. Trends Biosci., 5: 95-96.
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  32. Ansari, M.I., 2012. Molecular Analysis of the TLP18.3 Gene in Response to Abiotic Stresses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Stress, 6: 20-24.

  33. Ansari, M.I. and A. Jaime, 2012. Molecular analysis TLP18.3 gene in response to the abiotic stresses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Stress, 6: 22-24..

  34. Ansari, M.I., V.K. Madan and R. Lal, 2011. Identification of red rot pathogen (Colletotrichum falcatum) of sugarcane with the help of dot blot hybridization for selecting healthy seed material. Proceedings of the 4th IAPSIT International Sugar Conference, November 21-25, 2011, New Delhi, pp: 732-734.

  35. Ansari, M.I. and T.P. Lin, 2011. Subcellular localization of Arabidopsis thaliana thylakoid lumen 18.3 protein (TLP18.3) gene. Int. Res. J. Plant Sci., 2: 6-9.
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  36. Ansari, M.I. and T.P. Lin, 2011. Molecular characterization of TLP18.3 gene of Arabidopsis thaliana. Int. J. Integr. Biol., 11: 44-51.

  37. Ansari, M.I. and T.P. Lin, 2011. Molecular analysis of lower germination rate in TLP18.3 mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana. Int. Res. J. Biotechnol., 2: 72-77.
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  38. Ansari, M.I. and T.P. Lin, 2011. Arabidopsis thaliana thylakoid lumen 18.3 protein gene is up-regulated during dehydration. J. Physiol. Pathophysiol., 22: 18-24.
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  39. Ansari, M.I. and S.C.G. Chen, 2011. Leaf Senescence – An Overview. Int. J. Recent Trends Sci. Technol., 1: 110-114.
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  40. Ansari, M.I. and T.P. Lin, 2010. Molecular analysis of dehydration in plants. Int. Res. J. Plant Sci., 12: 21-25.
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  41. Ansari, M.I. and T.P. Lin, 2010. Arabidopsis thaliana thylakoid lumen 18.3 protein (TLP18.3) gene regulate developmental process. Curr. Bot., 11: 17-21.
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  42. Ansari, M.I., 2009. Biochemical characterization of γ-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA): Pyruvate transaminase during rice leaf senescence. Int. J. Integr. Biol., 6: 27-32.
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  43. Ansari, M.I., V.K. Madan, N. Arya and R.J. Lal, 2008. Cloned DNA probes for identification of red rot pathogen, Colletotrichum falcatum infection in sugarcane at early stages. Green Farming (Int. J. Agric. Sci.), 1: 41-43.

  44. Ansari, M.I. and S.C.G. Chen, 2008. Current trends in molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence process for crop improvement-An overview. Green Farming (Int. J. Agric. Sci.), 1: 31-36.

  45. Ansari, M.I., R.H. Lee and S.C.G. Chen, 2005. A novel senescence-associated gene encoding γ-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA): Pyruvate transaminase is up-regulated during rice leaf senescence. Physiol. Plant., 123: 1-8.
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  46. Madan, V.K., M.I. Ansari and V.P. Agnihotri, 2002. RAPD analysis of different varieties of sugarcane (Saccharum spp.). Sugar Cane Int., 5: 18-22.

  47. Madan, V.K., B. Mandal, M.I. Ansari, A. Srivastava, N. Soni, S. Solomon and V.P. Agnihotri, 2000. RAPD-PCR analysis of molecular variability in the red rot pathogen (Colletotrichum falcatum) of sugarcane. Sugar Cane Int., 3: 5-8.

  48. Madan, V.K., M.I. Ansari and V.P. Agnihotri, 1999. Molecular characterization of red rot pathogen (Colletotrichum falcatum) of sugarcane. Sugar Cane Int., 11: 12-15.

  49. Madan, V.K., B. Mandal, S.R. Misra, M.I. Ansari, A. Srivastava and V.P. Agnihotri, 1997. Isolation and characterization of the total and plasmid DNA from Colletotrichum falcatum, the sugarcane red rot pathogen. Sugar Cane Int., 6: 9-11.