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Name: Dr. Farhat Yasmeen
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Botany
Faculty: Sciences
Qualification: Ph.D
Area of Specialization: Nanobiotechnology and Plant Stress Physiology
Contact Number -
Email Address: fyasmeen@wus.edu.pk
Honors/Awards/Medals: -
Research Interest and Courses teaching: Synthesis of Nanoparticles using green method and their application in plants
Analysis of stress response of plants and their possible tolerance mechanism
Courses:
1. Plant physiology
2. Molecular Biology
3. Advances in plant physiology
4. Environmental biology
Projects:
  • Ameliorating effects of various abiotic stresses on economically important plants
Publications:
  • Malik.G., and S.Dawar. 2003. Biological control of root infecting fungi with Trichoderma harzianum. Pak.J.Bot., 35(5): 971-975. Pakistan.
  • S. Javid, S.K. Chaudhary, I. Munir, M.S. Amjad, K.F. Akbar, F. Yasmeen, M.S. Akhtar. 2019. Plant Metabolites and Pharmacological Activities of Leptadenia pyrotechnica (Forssk.) Decne. In Book: Natural Active compounds. 13, 7154-7157. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-7154-7_19.
  • H.M. Jhanzab, A.Razzaq, Y. Bibi, F. Yasmeen, H. Yamaguchi, K. Hitachi, K. Tsuchida, S. Komatsu. 2019. Proteomic Analysis of the Effect of Inorganic and Organic Chemicals on Silver Nanoparticles in Wheat. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 20, 825; doi:10.3390/ijms20040825
  • M. Hussain, N.I. Raja, Z. Mashwani, M. Iqbal, S.K. Chaudhari, M. Ijaz, S Aslam, F. Yasmeen. 2018. Green synthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles and their effects on disease incidence against canker and biochemical profile in citrus reticulate L., Nanoscience and nanotechnology letters (2.91)
  • F Yasmeen, N.I. Raja, N Ilyas, S Komatsu, 2018, Quantitative Proteomic Analysis of Shoot in Stress Tolerant Wheat Varieties on Copper Nanoparticles Exposure. Plant Molecular Biology Reporters (1.98)
  • F Yasmeen, N.I. Raja, A Razzaq, S Komatsu, 2017. Proteomic and physiological analyses of wheat seeds exposed to copper and iron nanoparticles. Biochemia et Biophysica acta (3.28)
  • M. Iqbal, Y. Bibi, N. I. Raja, M. Ejaz, M. Hussain, F. Yasmeen, H. Saira, M. Imran. 2017. Review on Therapeutic and Pharmaceutically Important Medicinal Plant Asparagus officinalis L., Plant Biochemistry and physiology (3.21)
  • M. Hussain, N. I. Raja, Z. Mashwani, F. Yasmeen. 2017. In vitro germination and biochemical profiling of citrus reticulate in response to green zinc and copper nanoparticles. IET Nanobiotechnology (1.66)
  • M. Hussain, N. I. l Raja, Z. Mashwani, M. Iqbal, S. Sabir, F. Yasmeen. 2017. In vitro seed germination and biochemical profiling of artemisia absenthium exposed to various metallic nanoparticles. 3 Biotech (1.02)
  • A Shabir, N I Raja, U Javaid, N A Zafar, H Javed , F Yasmeen. 2017. Ethno botanical Wisdom of Inhabitant of Devi Galli Azad Kashmir. Biomedical Journal of Science and Technical Research (1.12)
  • A Shabir, N I Raja, U Javaid, N A Zafar, H Javed , F Yasmeen. 2017. Ethno botanical Wisdom of Inhabitant of Devi Galli Azad Kashmir. Biomedical Journal of Science and Technical Research (1.12)
  • F Yasmeen, N.I. Raja, A Razzaq, S Komatsu, 2017. Gel-free/label-free proteomic analysis of wheat shoot in stress tolerant varieties under iron nanoparticles exposure. Biochemia et Biophysica acta (3.28)
  • F Yasmeen, N.I. Raja, G. Mustafa, K Skata, S Komatsu, 2016. Quantitative proteomic analysis of post-flooding recovery in soybean root exposed to aluminum oxide nanoparticles. Journal of Proteomics (3.914)
  • M Hussain, N I Raja, A Akram, A Iftikhar, D Ashfaq, F Yasmeen, R Mazhar, M Imran, M Iqbal . 2016. A status review on the pharmacological implications of Artemisia absinthium: A critically endangered plant. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease (0.747)
  • S Sabir, M Arshad, M Hussain, H M Sadaf, Sohail, M Imran, F Yasmeen, Saboon, S K Chaudhari. 2016. A probe into biochemical potential of Aconitum violaceum: A medicinal plant from Himalaya. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease (0.747)
  • M Iqbal, N I Raja, S Asif, N Ilyas, M Hussain, F Yasmeen, M Ejaz, M A Sultan, S Aslam, H Javed. 2016. In Vitro Study of Callogenesis and Regeneration Potential of Elite Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Cultivars. American Journal of Plant Sciences (0.9)
  • H M Jhanzab, A Razzaq, G Jilani, A Rehman, F Yasmeen. 2015. Sliver Nanoparticles enhance the growth, yield and nutrient use efficiency of wheat. International Journal of Agronomy and Agricultural Research (0.5)
  • F Yasmeen, A Razzaq, N I Raja, H M Jhanzab. 2015. Effect of silver, copper and iron nanoparticles on wheat germination. International Journal of Biosciences (IJB) (0.5)
  • F Yasmeen, N I Raja, M Hussain, N Taj, S K Chaudhari. 2014. Effect of Spring and Autumn sowing on some Morphological Attributes of Sweet Corn Genotypes. International Journal of Biosciences (IJB) (0.5)
  • S K Chaudhary, M Arshad, G Mustafa, S Fatima, M S Amjad, F Yasmeen. 2014. Foliar Epidermal Anatomy of Grasses from Thal Desert, District Khushab, Pakistan. International Journal of Biosciences (IJB) (0.5)
Brief portfolio:
Dr. Farhat Yasmeen is recently working as Assistant Professor in Department of Boatny, Women University, Swabi and has her expertise in nanobiotechnology and plant stress physiology. She has achieved this after years of experience in research and evaluation during her PhD duration which enabled her to do in-depth analyses of stress mechanisms using various proteomic approaches. This approach is responsive to understand all stress response mechanism with different ways of focusing. The project completed during job also proved a milestone in gaining expertise in her area of interest.