Prof. Dr. M. Ashraf (PhD, DSc, UK)
Prof. Dr. M. Ashraf (PhD, DSc, UK)
Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of Lahore
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Roles of glycine betaine and proline in improving plant abiotic stress resistance
M Ashraf, MR Foolad
Environmental and experimental botany 59 (2), 206-216, 2007
Heat tolerance in plants: an overview
A Wahid, S Gelani, M Ashraf, MR Foolad
Environmental and experimental botany 61 (3), 199-223, 2007
Potential biochemical indicators of salinity tolerance in plants
M Ashraf, PJC Harris
Plant science 166 (1), 3-16, 2004
Moringa oleifera: a food plant with multiple medicinal uses
F Anwar, S Latif, M Ashraf, AH Gilani
Phytotherapy research 21 (1), 17-25, 2007
Photosynthesis under stressful environments: An overview
M Ashraf, PJC Harris
Photosynthetica 51, 163-190, 2013
Biotechnological approach of improving plant salt tolerance using antioxidants as markers
M Ashraf
Biotechnology advances 27 (1), 84-93, 2009
Effect of extraction solvent/technique on the antioxidant activity of selected medicinal plant extracts
B Sultana, F Anwar, M Ashraf
Molecules 14 (6), 2167-2180, 2009
Pre‐sowing seed treatment—A shotgun approach to improve germination, plant growth, and crop yield under saline and non‐saline conditions
M Ashraf, MR Foolad
Advances in agronomy 88, 223-271, 2005
Breeding for salinity tolerance in plants
M Ashraf
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 13 (1), 17-42, 1994
Some important physiological selection criteria for salt tolerance in plants
M Ashraf
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 199 (5), 361-376, 2004
Role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in plant growth regulation: implications in abiotic stress tolerance
N Begum, C Qin, MA Ahanger, S Raza, MI Khan, M Ashraf, N Ahmed, ...
Frontiers in plant science 10, 1068, 2019
Inducing drought tolerance in plants: recent advances
M Ashraf
Biotechnology advances 28 (1), 169-183, 2010
The role of mycorrhizae and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) in improving crop productivity under stressful environments
SM Nadeem, M Ahmad, ZA Zahir, A Javaid, M Ashraf
Biotechnology advances 32 (2), 429-448, 2014
Some prospective strategies for improving crop salt tolerance
M Ashraf, HR Athar, PJC Harris, TR Kwon
Advances in agronomy 97, 45-110, 2008
Gene expression profiling of plants under salt stress
A Jamil, S Riaz, M Ashraf, MR Foolad
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 30 (5), 435-458, 2011
Does exogenous application of salicylic acid through the rooting medium modulate growth and photosynthetic capacity in two differently adapted spring wheat cultivars under salt …
M Arfan, HR Athar, M Ashraf
Journal of plant physiology 164 (6), 685-694, 2007
Ascorbic acid-a potential oxidant scavenger and its role in plant development and abiotic stress tolerance
NA Akram, F Shafiq, M Ashraf
Frontiers in plant science 8, 238088, 2017
Recent developments in biodegradation of industrial pollutants by white rot fungi and their enzyme system
M Asgher, HN Bhatti, M Ashraf, RL Legge
Biodegradation 19, 771-783, 2008
Salinity tolerance in Brassica oilseeds
M Ashraf, T McNeilly
Critical reviews in plant Sciences 23 (2), 157-174, 2004
Nanofertilizer use for sustainable agriculture: Advantages and limitations
F Zulfiqar, M Navarro, M Ashraf, NA Akram, S Munné-Bosch
Plant Science 289, 110270, 2019
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