Kamal Ahmed KhanShandong Normal University | SDNU · College of Life Sciences
Kamal Ahmed Khan
Researcher at ISEE (Insect systematics ecology and evolution), SDNU, Jinan, PR China
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Citations since 2017
8 Research Items
Currently, Kamal Ahmed Khan is a Ph.D. student at the College of Life Sciences, in Shandong Normal University, P.R. China major in Animal Sciences. His main research focuses on pollinator's biodiversity and ecosystem functions. He started with research on the importance of insect pollination and effect of urbanization on pollinators. He is also learning basic techniques about taxonomic work.
September 2022 - June 2026
Shandong Normal University
Field of study
Bees play a very important role in pollination, especially western honey bees, which contribute upwards of billions of dollars concerning crop pollination. Hairiness plays an important role in pollination success by transporting pollen, and pollen intake, but there is a lack of detailed studies on the morphological mechanisms. The hairiness trait i...
Cranes are the large and attractive Creatures of nature with long necks, legs, and life-span. Adults of both sexes are the same with similar color patterns. Demoiselle cranes spend most of their lifespan on dry grasses. They are also found around the stream, rivers, shallow lakes, natural wetlands, and depressions. To evaluate the current status of...
Indian crested porcupine is the largest rodent pest that damages a wide variety of crops, vegetables, and tree species which ultimately causes huge economic loss in Pakistan, which is an agricultural country. It prefers to live in hilly terrain but common in temperate and tropical forests, shrublands, and grasslands. This study focused on the ident...
This study aimed to identify the phylogenetic similarities among the muntjac (Muntiacus spp.). The phylogenetic similarities among seven major muntjac species were studied by comparing the nucleotide sequence of 16s rRNA and cytochrome b genome. Nucleotide sequences, retrieved from NCBI databases were aligned by using DNASTAR software. A phylogenet...
A scientific study conducted to find out the potential distribution sites and total damage assessment caused by Wild boar in selected sites of District Haripur.
Northern red muntjac ( Muntiacus vaginalis ; “barking deer”) is a shy and small-sized cervid mammal, limited to the outer Himalayan foothill forests in Pakistan. Habitat characteristics were measured by locating direct and indirect signs. To quantify habitat utilization of barking deer, 80 field surveys were conducted in the study area along transe...
Microhabitat factors associated with the habitat of barking deer (Muntiacus vaginalis) were examined and compared between summer and winter seasons. Habitat characteristics and preferred habitat were measured by locating direct and indirect signs. To quantify the habitat utilization of barking deer, each selected study site was sampled for floral d...