Nafees A. Khan

is Professor of Plant Physiology in the department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. Prof. Khan obtained his Ph.D. in 1988 and D.Sc. degree in 2006 at Aligarh Muslim University, India in Botany (Plant Physiology). He has about 22 years of teaching and research experience. He has contributed more than 100 research articles to scientific journals of national and international repute. Prof. Khan teaches courses on Plant Physiology and Environmental Botany at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Currently, he serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Functional and Environmental Botany.

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Nitrate in Leafy Vegetables

Nitrate in Leafy Vegetables

By : Shahid Umar , Naser A. Anjum & Nafees A. Khan

ISBN : 9789382332213

Price : 1,595.00

Discount : 20%

Discount Price : 1,276.00

Binding : Hardback

Pages : 222

Weight : 0.70   kg

© Year : 2013

The present book represents the first comprehensive compilation of the latest science of the dietary nitrate sources, potential human health effects and sustainable remedial strategies. This book provides practical, ......

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Plant Ecophysiology

Plant Ecophysiology

By : Nafees A. Khan & R.M. Agarwal

ISBN : 9789381141151

Price : 115.00

Discount : 20%

Discount Price : 92.00

Binding : Paperback

Pages : 144

Weight : 0.16   kg

© Year : 2011

Plant Ecophysiology: A Glossary will allow the students with an instant access to important terminology. For many topics and aspects related to plant ecophysiology, the students may find the book as a 'ready ......

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Abiotic Stress and Plant Responses

Abiotic Stress and Plant Responses

By : Nafees A. Khan & Sarvajeet Singh

ISBN : 9788189866952

Price : 1,495.00

Discount : 20%

Discount Price : 1,196.00

Binding : Hardback

Pages : 312

Weight : 0.89   kg

© Year : 2008

Abiotic stresses such as temperature, radiation, salinity, heavy metals and drought are the main factors that limit crop productivity. The anthropogenic activities and changed agricultural system, intense use of ......

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