Md. Anamul Hoque

Md. Anamul Hoque
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Department of Soil Science

PhD, JSPS Post-doc, JASSO Follow-up Fellow, JSPS Long-Term Invitational Fellow
Working on improvement of salinity tolerance, alleviation of Al toxicity in acid soils, plant nutrient use efficiency

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Introduction
Md. Anamul Hoque currently works at the Department of Soil Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University. Md. does research in Biochemistry, Agricultural Plant Science and Soil Science. Their current project is 'Water and Nutrient Management for Increasing Crop Productivity in Rice-Rice Cropping Pattern'.
Additional affiliations
November 2000 - September 2017
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor (Full)
November 2000 - present
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Education
October 2004 - June 2010
Okayama University
Field of study
  • Plant Nutrition

Publications

Publications (92)
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Ammonia (NH3) emission from rice fields is a dominant nitrogen (N) loss pathway causing negative impacts on farm profitability and the environment. Reducing N fertilizer application to compensate for N inputs in organic amendments was evaluated for e􀀀ects on N loss via volatilization, rice yields and post-harvest soil properties in an annual irriga...
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Aims: Rice grown in late Rabi season frequently results poor germination and establishment because of exposure to extreme low temperature or chilling stress. Seed priming is an effective seed treating technique for uniform and good germination in various crops under different abiotic stresses. The present study was undertaken to assess the role of...
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Abiotic stresses like drought, salinity, cold are not desirable for successful crop production. However, successful crop production faces abiotic stresses due to changing environment. Among the abiotic stresses, chilling is a common and destructive stress to crop production. Maize is one of the most demanding cereal crop and germination of maize se...
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Salinity is a dominant obstacle to the proper germination of seeds, growth of seedlings, and, consequently, the production of crops. The priming of seeds with different treating agents can efficiently impart salinity tolerance. Kidney bean is a nutritious and popular vegetable crop in the world. Literature shows that salt stress negatively disturbs...
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Growth and As uptake of mung bean (Vigna radiata) in roots, shoots, and grains of different genotypes grown in soil with high As level (30 mg kg⁻¹) amended with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, selenium, and biochar was investigated. Arsenic content in grains was reduced on average by 45% with any of the soil amendments. More specifically, the As conc...
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Aim: Salinity is a major barrier to successful crop production. Seed priming and exogenous application of different signaling molecules can efficiently confer salinity tolerance. Wheat is a major cereal crop in the world and salinity drastically reduces the wheat seedling growth and yield. Therefore, the present study was conducted to explore the p...
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Socioeconomic development, adaptive capacity of the population, and demographic conditions across the states of South Asia make it more vulnerable to climate change. South Asia is daily going to be more vulnerable to climate change and climatic variability. This region is facing multiple challenges in terms of climate change, dilapidation of ecosys...
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Acid soil is an obstacle to agricultural development and a concern regarding food and environmental security. Therefore, a study was carried out for two consecutive years to see how lime and organic manure (OM) amendments affect yield and nutrient absorption in the Transplanted (T.) Aman–Mustard–Boro cropping pattern in an acidic terrace soil. With...
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Improving drought stress tolerance in maize is essential to increase its production and yield worldwide. Thus, the present study was conducted to investigate the improvement of drought tolerance in maize (Zea mays L.) by exogenous application of proline (25 and 50mM) on two maize varieties. Maize plants were subjected to drought stress at various p...
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Acid soil is a hindrance to agricultural productivity and a threat to food and environmental security. Research was carried out to assess the impact of lime and organic manure (OM) amendments on yield and nutrient uptake by using the T. Aman-Maize-Fallow cropping pattern in acid soils. The experiment was set up in an RCBD design and used nine treat...
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Soil acidity is a major problem when it comes to improving crop productivity and nutrient uptake. This experiment was therefore conducted at a farmer’s field—Nalitabari Upazila under AEZ 22 (northern and eastern Piedmont plains) to evaluate the effects of lime and organic manure (OM) amendment on crop productivity and nutrient uptake of the wheat–m...
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Crop production is unexpectedly hampered by different abiotic stresses. Salinity is one of the leading stresses, which snappishly hampers plant developmental progression. Local rice landraces exhibit noticeable salt tolerance as well as high yield. However, research is scarce about the physio-biochemical responses of local landraces and modern cult...
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Soil reaction is an important issue that adversely affects soil fertility and crop productivity. Twenty five representative soil samples from farmers’ fields of Ramchandrakura, Bishgiripar, Andharupara and Nayabil villages of Nalitabari upazila under Sherpur district (AEZ 22-Northern and Eastern Piedmont Plains) and twenty soil samples from farmers...
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Farmers of Bangladesh are cultivating an unidentified so-called purple rice (PR) having purple-colored leaf. Less information is available on PR in any areas of research in Bangladesh and the information about salt-stress tolerance potentiality of PR is absent. Here, we investigated salt stress-induced changes in PR to unravel its stress tolerance...
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Water scarcity is the main problem in boro season in Bangladesh which limits growth and development of crop plants especially in rice crop. The field experiment was carried out at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University. The experiment was laid out in a split plot design with three replications. BRRI dhan29 was used...
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The mechanism of arsenic (As) immobilization in soils is crucial for improving photosynthetic pigments and antioxidants in food crops. The effects of soil amendments with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), biochar (BC), selenium (Se), sulfur (S) and Si-gel on the concentrations of chlorophyll, carotenoid, proline, malondialdehyde (MDA), and the ac...
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Arsenic (As) is carcinogenic and highly toxic to plants. Crops accumulate As when grown in field soils irrigated with As-contaminated groundwater. The accumulation of As in roots, shoots, and grains of pea varieties can negatively affect human health via the food chain. This research is focused on the biomass growth and alleviation of As accumulati...
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Salinity is a major limiting factor reducing crop yields in coastal areas of Bangladesh. The main objective of this study was to mitigate the adverse effects of soil salinity on wheat by organic and inorganic amendments. The field experiment was conducted at BRRI station, Sonagazi, Feni. Wheat cv. BARI Gom-23 was used as a test crop. There were thi...
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Appropriate nutrient management could increase crop productivity in saline areas by reducing the harmful effects of soil salinity. A field experiment was carried out at farmer's field of Botiaghata, Khulna to investigate the mitigation of soil salinity by efficient management of potassium and zinc fertilizers in rice. BRRI dhan53, a salt-tolerant r...
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Soil salinity is a major abiotic stress, limiting plant growth and development worldwide. Plants grown under saline soil condition experiences a significant amount of high osmotic stress, ion toxicities and nutritional disorder, and these are responsible for poor soil physical condition as well as lead to reduced plant productivity. Plants exhibit...
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Arsenic (As) is a toxic metalloid. As phyto-toxicity is manifested by its accumulation in different tissue types and subsequent growth inhibition in plants. Despite the vital role of leguminous crops in providing proteins to human diets, a little is known about the As accumulation in lentil. In this study, the rate of As uptake and transport from s...
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Salinity is the major factor reducing crop yield in coastal areas of Bangladesh. Proline (Pro) application with suitable crop varieties having higher yield potential could contribute to the improvement of crop production in saline areas. The main objective of this study was to investigate the mitigation of adverse effects of salinity in aman rice b...
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Arsenic (As) is a carcinogenic substance. It increased in crop grown in field soil from ground water irrigation. Subsequently As transport into the human body through food chains. The reduction of As transport in root, shoot and grain of pea genotypes is significantly important to protect human health. This research is focused on the biomass growth...
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Arsenic (As) is a carcinogenic and hazardous substance that poses a serious risk to human health due to its transport into the food chain. The present research is focused on the As transport in different lentil genotypes and the role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) in mitigation of As phyto-toxicity. Arsenic transport from soil to root, shoot...
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Salinity causes cellular damage, limiting crop productivity. Accumulation of proline is one of the main adaptive mechanisms to salinity in plants. The main objective of this study was to mitigate the adverse effects of soil salinity in boro rice by exogenous application of proline. The field experiment was conducted at the farmer’s field of Botiagh...
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Salinity causes cellular damage and limits crop productivity. Accumulation of organic compound is one of the adaptive mechanisms to salinity in plants. The experiments were laid out in a randomized complete block design with three replications at the farmer’s field of Botiaghata, Khulna to investigate the mitigating effects of organic manures on sa...
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Environmental perturbations alter biochemical compounds in food crops. Arsenic (As), a toxic metalloid, is known to affect the cultivation of food crops in many regions of the world; however, the changes in chlorophyll, catalase (CAT), and proline in response to As stress and the role of stress relief substances remain largely unknown in mung bean...
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Arsenic (As) is a carcinogenic and hazardous substance that poses a serious risk to human health. Physiological studies have shown that growth of lentil crop have been impaired due to arsenic toxicity, and is transportable into human food chains. Our research focused on the transportation of As in lentil crops and its mitigation using Arbuscular My...
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Arsenic causes physiological and structural disorders in plants. Proline is accumulated as a compatible solute in plants under various stress conditions and mitigates stresses. Here, we investigated the effects of exogenous proline on tobacco Bright Yellow-2 (BY-2) cultured cells under stress. Arsenate did not inhibit BY-2 cell growth at 40 and 50...
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In order to elucidate the role of antioxidant responses in salinity tolerance in rice genotypes under salt stress, experiments were conducted using four rice varieties, including salt-sensitive BRRI dhan 28 and three salt-tolerant varieties BRRI dhan 47, BINA dhan 8 and BINA dhan 10. Thirty-day-old rice seedlings were transplanted into pots. At the...
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p>Proline accumulation is the main adaptive mechanism to salinity in plants. The pot experiments were carried out to mitigate the adverse effects of NaCl stress on BARI Hybrid Maize-5 and Hybrid Maize Pacific-987 by exogenous application of proline. Plants were exposed to different concentrations of NaCl at vegetative stage. Proline solutions were...
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Methylglyoxal (MG) is a highly reactive stress-related α-ketoaldehyde and a physiological metabolite of glycolysis, which is accumulated in ample amount under stressful conditions. In the present study, the effect of different doses of MG on growth, anthocyanin production, MG contents, and activities of two types of glyoxalases (glyoxalase I and gl...
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Salinity causes unfavorable environment that restricts normal crop production. Organic amendments could contribute to the improvement of crop production in coastal areas. Two rice varieties viz. BRRI dhan29 (salt-sensitive) and Binadhan-8 (salt-tolerant) were grown in replicated pots to investigate the mitigation potential of salt stress in rice by...
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p>Green manuring is a promising technology to enrich soils with organic matter especially with nitrogen to boost up rice production. An experiment was, therefore, conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during boro season of 2013 to evaluate the residual effect of Sesbania green manure on the...
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Wheat, the important cereal crop of Bangladesh, when exposed to drought stress, a significant yield reduction may occur. Literatures showed that proline protects plants against different abiotic stresses like drought. Therefore the present experiment was aimed to investigate the improvement of drought tolerance in wheat by exogenous application of...
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The soil fertility of Bangladesh is decreasing every year at an alarming speed. Low organic matter content is one of the most important contributing factors for poor fertility status of soils. Organic manure and bio-slurry along with chemical fertilizer can successfully be used to improve the soil health and productivity. To evaluate the effect of...
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The field experiment was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during the period of February to May 2015 to evaluate the effect of organic manures and bio-slurries with chemical fertilizers on the improvement of rice production in Old Brahmaputra Floodplain soils. The experiment was laid out...
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Salinity causes cellular damage and limits crop productivity. Accumulation of organic compound is one of the major adaptive mechanisms for salinity tolerance in plants. The main objective of the present study was to mitigate the adverse effects of soil salinity in rice through organic amendments like proline and organic manure. The field experiment...
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Proline accumulation contributes to the protection of plants against salt stress by inducing antioxidant defense systems. To investigate the protective effects of proline against salt stress, salt-sensitive (BRRI dhan29) and moderately salt-tolerant (BRRI dhan47) rice cultivars were grown in pots. Rice plants were exposed to different concentration...
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A pot experiment was conducted at Bangladesh Agricultural University to evaluating the effect of exogenous application of proline on the growth and yield of rice under salt stress condition. There were six treatments including T1 (Control), T2 (25 mM NaCl), T3 (50 mM NaCl), T4 (25 mM NaCl + Proline), T5 (50 mM NaCl + Proline) and T6 (Proline). A sa...
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A pot experiment was conducted at Bangladesh Agricultural University to evaluating the effect of exogenous application of proline on the growth and yield of rice under salt stress condition. There were six treatments including T 1 (Control), T 2 (25 mM NaCl), T 3 (50 mM NaCl), T 4 (25 mM NaCl + Proline), T 5 (50 mM NaCl + Proline) and T 6 (Proline)...
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Proline provides protection in plants against various abiotic stresses including salinity. The field experiment was conducted at the farmer’s field of coastal area (Botiaghata, Khulna) to mitigate the adverse effects of salinity on growth and yield of maize by exogenous application of proline. In the experiment maize plants were treated with differ...
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Salinity is a serious threat to the crop production in the southern region of Bangladesh and it is especially important during dry period of a year. A study was undertaken to examine the changes in water and soil salinity over the period from February to April, 2014 at Kalapara upazila of Patuakhali district. Water samples were periodically collect...
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Hoque A, Islam MR, Siddique AB, Afroz H, Yeasmen N (2014) Integrated use of manures and fertilizers for maximizing the growth and yield of boro rice (cv. BRRI dhan28). J. Soil Nature 7(2), 7-11. A study was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during Boro season of 2012 to evaluate the eff...
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Hoque A, Islam MR, Siddique AB, Afroz H, Yeasmen N (2014) Integrated use of manures and fertilizers for maximizing the growth and yield of boro rice (cv. BRRI dhan28). J. Soil Nature 7(2), 7-11. A study was conducted at the Soil Science Field Laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during Boro season of 2012 to evaluate the eff...
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Plants are constantly exposed to various abiotic and biotic stresses in nature. Abiotic stresses such as salinity, drought and extreme temperatures (heat, cold and freezing) are critical factors that reduce crop yields for most major crops worldwide. A widespread phenomena attributed to responses to both abiotic and biotic stresses is the unrestrai...
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Salinity is a major limiting factor for crop production in coastal areas of Bangladesh. Organic amendments could contribute to the improvement of crop production in coastal areas. Two maize cultivars (BARI Hybrid Maize-5 and Hybrid Maize Pacific-987) were grown in pots to investigate the mitigating adverse effects of salt stress in maize by organic...