Dr. Aakash Kumar Goyal

Dr. Aakash Kumar Goyal

Associate Professor
Bayer Crop Science Lab, India


Highest Degree
PostDoc Fellow in Agriculture from Agriculture and Agrifood Research and Development Centre, Canada

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Biography

Dr. Aakash Kumar Goyal is currently working as Senior Research Scientist International Center for Agriculture Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA) Rabat, Morocco. He has completed his Post Doctoral Fellow in Agriculture from Agriculture and Agrifood Research and Development Centre, Canada, and PhD in Genetics & Plant breeding, C.C.S. University, Meerut, India. He is member of International Society of Plant Biotechnologist, Canadian Society of Agronomy, and fellow member of Society of Applied Biotechnology, and the International College of Nutrition. Previously he was appointed as Visiting Research Scientist (NSF fellowship) North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND, and Agriculture and Agriculture food Canada AAFC, Lethbridge, AB, Canada and Research Scientist at Bayer Crop Science, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He has published 26 research articles in journals, 6 books, 7 other publications and 22 abstracts contributed as author/co-author. He is also serving as member of editorial board and reviewer for number of journals.

Area of Interest:

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

Selected Publications

  1. Majumder, D., D. Lyngdoh, B. Kangjam, K. Devi, J. Tariang, D. Thakuria and A.K. Goyal, 2015. Endophytes: An Emerging microbial tool for plant diseases management. Microb. Bioresources B., .

  2. Kumar S., R. Chintala, J.S. Rohila, T. Schumacher and A. Goyal, 2015. Soil and Crop Management for Sustainable Agriculture. In: Sustainable Agriculture Reviews. Lichtfouse, E. and A. Goyal (Ed.). Springer, USA., pp: 63-84.

  3. Goutam, U., S. Kukreja, R. Yadav, N. Salaria, K. Thakur and A.K. Goyal, 2015. Recent trends and perspectives of molecular markers against fungal diseases in wheat. Front. Microbiol., 6: 861-875.
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  4. Goyal A. and C. Manoharachary, 2014. Future challenges in crop protection for fungal pathogens. Springer's series, USA., Pages: 362.

  5. Eldakak M., M. Ahmed, M. Asif, M. Sanaa, A. Nawar, Z.A. Ali, A. Goyal, and J.S. Rohila, 2014. Drought resistance in small grain cereal crops. In: Hand book of Plant and Crop Physiology Pessaraki M. (Ed.). CRC Press, New York., pp:405-426.

  6. Cbral A.L., B.N. Gnanesh, J.M. Fetch, C.A. McCartney, T, Fetch, R.F. Park, J. Menzis, B. McCallum, K.N. Ganapathy and A. Goyal, 2014. Oat fungal disease and application of molecular marker technology for their control. In: Future Challenge in Crop Protection Against Fungal Pathogen Goyal A. and C. Manochary (Ed.). Springer, New York., pp:343-358.

  7. Shahzad A., M. Iqbal, M. Asif, A. Hirani and A. Goyal, 2013. Growing wheat on saline lands: Can a dream come true? Aust. J. Crop Sci., 7: 515-524.
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  8. Mukhtar A., A. Muhammad, A. Hirani, N.A. Mustazar and A. Goyal, 2013. Modeling for Agricultural Sustainability: A Review. In: Agriculture Sustainability. Bhullar G. and N.K. Bhullar (Ed.). Elsevier Publication Houses, London., pp:127-143.

  9. Kumar S., A. Hirani, M. Asif and A. Goyal, 2013. Molecular mechanism controlling dormancy and germination in Barley. In: Crop Production. Goyal A. and M. Asif (Ed.). Intech Publication Houses, USA., pp:69-97.

  10. Kavanagh V.B., M.J. Hills, A. Goyal A., H.S. Randhawa, A.K. Topinka, F. Eudes and L.M. Hall, 2013. Molecular markers as a complimentary tool in risk assessments: Quantifying interspecific gene flow from triticale to spring wheat and durum wheat. Transgenic Res., 22: 767-778.

  11. Asif, M., F. Eudes, A. Goyal, E. Amundsen, H. Randhawa and D. Spaner, 2013. Organelle antioxidants improve microspore embryogenesis in wheat and triticale. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Bio. Plant, 49: 489-497.
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  12. Ahmed, M., A. Kamran, M. Asif, U. Qadeer, Z.I. Ahmed and A. Goyal, 2013. Silicon priming: a potential source to impart abiotic stress tolerance in wheat: A review. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 7: 484-491.
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  13. Randhawa H.S., B.J. Puchalski, R.J. Graf, A. Goyal, T. Despins, A. Laroche and D.A. Gaudet, 2012. Stripe rust resistance among western Canadian spring wheat and triticale varieties. Can. J. Plant Sci., 92: 713-722.

  14. Mittal P., R. Yadav. R. Devi, S. Sharma and A. Goyal, 2012. Phenomenal RNA Interference: From Mechanism to Application. In: Crop Plant. Goyal A. (Ed.). Intech Publication House, USA., pp:61-76.

  15. Kumar, A., F.M. Bassi, E. Paux, O. Al-Azzam, M.M. de Jimenez, A.M. Denton and A. Goyal, 2012. DNA repair and crossing over favor similar chromosome regions as discovered in radiation hybrid of Triticum. BMC genomics, 13: 339-351.
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  16. Kumar S., A. Goyal, A. Mohan, H.S. Balyan and P.K. Gupta, 2012. Further additions to physical maps of simple sequence repeats (SSRs) in bread wheat. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 7: 460-468.

  17. Hirani A., G. Li, C.D. Zelmer, P.B.E. McVetty, M. Asif and A. Goyal, 2012. Molecular genetics of glucosinolate biosynthesis in brassicas: genetic manipulation and application aspects. In: Crop Plant. Goyal A. (Ed.). Intech Publication House, USA., pp:189-216.

  18. Goyal, A. and P. Maheshwari, 2012. Current Advances in Plant Sciences. Science Publishers Ltd., USA.

  19. Goyal A., 2012. Protected areas, sustainable land? Agric. Hum. Values, 30: 311-312.

  20. Goyal A. and P. Maheshwari, 2012. Frontiers on Recent Developments in Plant Science. Bentham Science Publishers Ltd, USA, Pages: 153.

  21. Goyal A. and A. Mukhtar, 2012. Barley: Production, Improvement, and Uses Book review. Crop Sci., 52: 2852-2853.

  22. Goyal A and A. Mohammad, 2012. Food security in Africa and Asia strategies for small-scale agricultural development by henk bakker published by CAB International Book Review. Agric. Hum. Values, 29: 555-556.
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  23. Ahmed M., A. Goyal and M. Asif, 2012. Silicon the non-essential beneficial plant nutrient to enhanced drought tolereance in wheat. In: Crop Plant. Goyal A. (Ed.). Intech Publication House, USA., pp:31-48.

  24. Kumar J., A. Pratap, R.K. Solanki, D.S. Gupta, A. Goyal, S.K. Chaturvediand and S. Kumar S, 2011. Recent advances of genomics for food legume crops improvement. J. Agric. Sci., 150: 289-313.

  25. Goyal, A., B.L. Beres, H.S. Randhawa, A. Navabi, D.F. Salmon and F. Eudes, 2011. Yield stability analysis of broadly adaptive triticale germplasm in southern and central Alberta, Canada, for industrial end-use suitability. Can. J. Plant Sci., 91: 125-135.
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  26. Goyal, A., 2011. Crop Plant. Intech Publication House, USA.

  27. Goyal, A. and P. Maheshwari, 2011. Current Advances in Plant Sciences. Bentham Science Publishers Ltd., USA.

  28. Asif, M. and A. Goyal, 2011. The coming famine: The global food crisis and what we can do to avoid it. Crop Sci., 51: 1363-1364.
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  29. Goyal, A. and R. Prasad, 2010. Some Important Fungal Diseases and there Impact on Wheat Production. In: Management of Fungal Pathogens, Araya, A. and A.E. Perello (Eds.). Chapter 27, CABI Publications, Wallingford, UK., pp: 362-374.

  30. Goyal A. and S. Basu, 2010. Plant Biotechnology and Genetics. In: Applied biochemistry & Biotechnology. Stewart C.N., Jr. (Ed.). John Wiley, Canada, pp:536-537.

  31. Bhowmik, P.K., S.K. Basu and A. Goyal, 2010. Advances in Biotechnology. Bentham Science Publishers Ltd., USA.
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  32. Basu, S.K., M. Dutta, A. Goyal, P.K. Bhowmik and J. Kumar et al., 2010. Is genetically modified crop the answer for the next green revolution? GM Crops, 1: 68-79.
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  33. Basu, S.K. and A. Goyal, 2010. Systems biology and synthetic biology. Crop Sci., 50: 751-752.
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  34. Basu S. and A. Goyal, 2010. Plant Cell and Tissue Culture-A Tool in Biotechnology: Basics and Application. In: Review Applied biochemistry & Biotechnology. Karl-Hermann, N., K. Ashwani, and I. Jafargholi, (Ed.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg., pp:1377-1378.

  35. Basu S. and A. Goyal, 2010. Into the Jungle: Great adventures in the search of evolution. J. Global Educ., 66: 455-457.

  36. Kumar, J., V. Verma, A. Goya, A.K. Shahi, R. Sparoo, R.S. Sangwan and G.N. Qazi, 2009. Genetic diversity analysis in Cymbopogon species using DNA markers. Plant Omics, 2: 20-29.
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  37. Goyal, A., P.K. Bhowmik and S.K. Basu, 2009. Minichromosomes: The second generation genetic engineering tool. Plant Omics J., 2: 1-8.
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  38. Goyal, A., 2009. Physical Mapping of SSR Markers in Bread Wheat. VDM Verlag, Germany, ISBN: 9783639158663, Pages: 168.

  39. Basu, S. and A. Goyal, 2009. Epigenetics, by Jorg. Crop Sci., 49: 1937-1938.

  40. Basu, S. and A. Goyal, 2009. Advances in haploid plant production in higher plants. Plant Sci., 17: 233-234.

  41. Aremu, M.O., S.K. Basu, S.D. Gyar, A. Goyal, P.K. Bhowmik and B.S. Datta, 2009. Proximate composition and functional properties of mushroom flours from Ganoderma spp., Omphalotus olearius (DC.) Sing. and Hebeloma mesophaeum (Pers.) Quel. Used in Nasarawa State, Nigeria. Mal. J. Nutr., 15: 233-241.
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  42. Mir, R.R., S. Rustgi, S. Sharma, R. Singh and A. Goyal et al., 2008. A preliminary genetic analysis of fibre traits and the use of new genomic SSRs for genetic diversity in jute. Euphytica, 161: 413-427.
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  43. Gupta, P.K., H.S. Balyan, J. Kumar, A. Mohan and A. Goyal et al., 2008. Development and use of molecular markers for wheat genomics and breeding. Ann. Wheat Newslett., 54: 59-63.

  44. Balyan H.S., P.K. Gupta, A. Goyal, A. Mohan and S. Kumar, 2008. Integrated physical map of bread wheat containing 2,120 simple sequence repeat loci. Adv. Chromosome Sci., 3: 87-91.

  45. Mohan, A., A. Goyal, R. Singh, H.S. Balyan and P.K. Gupta, 2007. Physical mapping of wheat and rye expressed sequence tag-simple sequence repeats on wheat chromosomes. Crop Sci., 47: S3-S13.
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  46. Gupta, P.K., H.S. Balyan, R. Bandopadhyay, J. Kumar and A. Mohan et al., 2006. Development and use of molecular markers for wheat genomics and breeding. Annu. Wheat Newslett., 52: 43-46.

  47. Gupta, P.K., H.S. Balyan, R. Bandopadhyay, N. Kumar and S. Sharma et al., 2005. Development and use of molecular markers for wheat genomics. Annu. Wheat Newslett., 51: 51-56.

  48. Goyal, A., R. Bandopadhyay, P. Sourdille, T.R. Endo, H.S. Balyan and P.K. Gupta, 2005. Physical molecular maps of wheat chromosomes. Funct. Integr. Genomics, 5: 260-263.
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  49. Balyan, H.S., P.K. Gupta, S. Rustgi, R. Bandopadhyay and A. Goyal et al., 2005. Development and use of SSRs of bread wheat for genetic and physical mapping and transferability to the species of Triticum aegilops complex. Czech J. Genet. Plant Breed., 41: 141-144.

  50. Gupta, P.K., H.S. Balyan, R. Bandopadhyay, N. Kumar and S. Sharma et al., 2004. Development and use of molecular markers for genomics research in bread wheat. Annu. Wheat Newslett., 50: 52-56.

  51. Gupta, P.K., H.S. Balyan, R. Bandopadhyay, N. Kumar and S. Sharma et al., 2003. Development and use of molecular markers for QTL mapping genomics research in bread wheat. Annu. Wheat Newslett., 49: 42-46.