Faculty & Staff
Dr. Muhammad Kausar Nawaz Shah
Professor

(HEC Approved Supervisor)

Ph.D
Department of Plant Breeding & Genetics
Phone : +92-51-9290718
Mobile :
Fax : +92-51-9291027
Email : [email protected]
Address : Associate Professor, Department of Plant Breeding & Genetics, PMAS- Arid Agriculture Unive
Work Experience : 25 Year(s)
Research Interest :
  • Wheat improvement for drought tolerance
  • Nutritional contents through conventional and molecular approaches
  • Total Publications : 29
    Publications (Latest Ten)
    1. Hussnain, S.Z., M. I. Haque, S. M. Mughal, M.K.N.Shah, A. Irfan, S. Afghan, A. Shahazad, A. Batool, P. Khanum, K. Hussain, K. Nawaz, M. N. Hassan and Fauzia Y. Hafeez. 2011. Isolation and biochemical characterizations of the bacteria (Acidovorax avenae subsp. avenae) associated with red stripe disease of sugarcane. African Journal of Biotechnology 10(37), 7191-7197.

    2. Rabbani, G., A. Mahmood, G. Shabbir, M. K. N. Shah and N.U. Din. 2011. Gene action in some yield attributes of bread wheat under two water regimes. Pak. J. Bot., 43(2): 1141-1156.

    3. Shah, M.K.N., S. A. Malik, N. Murtaza, I. Ullah, H. Rahman And U. Younis. 2010. Early and rapid flowering coupled with shorter boll maturation period offers selection criteria for early crop maturity in upland cotton. Pak. J. Bot., 42(5): 3569-3576.

    4. Rahman, H., N. Murtaza, M.K.N. Shah, A. Qayyum, I. Ullah and W. Malik 2008. Genetic variation for stomatal conductance in upland cotton as influenced by heat stressed and non-stressed growing regimes. Acta Agronomica Hungarica 56(1), pp.11-19.

    5. Rahman,H., N. Murtaza and M. K. N. Shah. 2007. Study of cotton fibre traits inheritance under different temperature regimes. J. Agronomy & Crop Science, 193, 45-54.

    6. Rauf, S., M. K. N. Shah, I. Afzal. 2005.A genetic study of some earliness related characters in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.).Caderno de Pesquisa Ser. Bio. 17 (1): 81-93.

    7. Shah, M. K. N., S. A. Malik, M. Saleem. 2005. Stability of cotton cultivars for early crop maturity across variable plant spacing and sowing times. Pakistan Journal of Botany, 37 (2): 345-353.

    8. Ullah, I., M.K.N. Shah, H.Rahman. 2002. Estimation of essential hybrid vigour level for the commercial exploitation of hybrid vigour in cotton. Pakistan J. of Biological Sci. 2(14): 1004-1007.

    9. Rahman, H., W.S. Khan, M.D. Khan and M.K.N. Shah. 2001. Stability of cotton cultivars across leaf curl virus epidemic in Pakistan. Field Crop Research 69(2001): 251-257.

    10. Rasheed, T., M.K.N. Shah, I. Ullah, M.L. Bhatti and W.S.Khan. 2000. Evaluation of hybrids for cotton production at commercial level. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 3 (9): 1382-1384.