Naser A. Anjum

NASER A. ANJUM is Post-Doctoral Scientist at Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM) & Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal. Dr. Anjum obtained Ph.D. in Botany from Hamdard University, New Delhi, India. Dr. Anjum’s research works are concerned with Molecular Plant Stress Physiology emphasizing the significance of plant mineral nutrients in abiotic stress tolerance. He has to his credit significant number of research publications. Dr. Anjum has also worked as Fellow and Associate of the University Grants Commission and the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, Govt. of India, New Delhi, India and Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center (ABRC), Academia Sinica, Taiwan. Earlier, he was awarded the DS Kothari-Fellowship by the University Grants Commission, Govt. of India, New Delhi. The research of Dr. Anjum has been recognized internationally, and his name has been included in the 2009 Edition of Marquis Who’s Who in the World, USA.

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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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Oxidative Stress in Plants Causes, Consequences and Tolerance

Oxidative Stress in Plants Causes, Consequences and Tolerance

By : Naser A. Anjum , Shahid Umar & Altaf Ahmad

ISBN : 9789381141021

Price : 2,495.00

Discount : 20%

Discount Price : 1,996.00

Binding : Hardback

Pages : 545

Weight : 1.40   kg

© Year : 2012

Oxidative stress is a central factor in a number of biotic and abiotic stress phenomena that occurs when there is a serious imbalance in any plant cell compartment between the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) ......

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