Mohammad Saidur Rhaman

Mohammad Saidur Rhaman
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Department of Seed Science and Technology

PhD (Plant Physiology)
Looking for a Post-doctoral position in guard cell signaling/Plant stress physiology.

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Introduction
I am currently working at the Department of Seed Science and Technology, Bangladesh Agricultural University. My research interest in Plant Physiology especially on abiotic stress mitigation by different exogenous and study of guard cell signal transductions. I am also working on seed enhancement techniques especially on seed priming.
Additional affiliations
February 2015 - present
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Teaching and Research
Education
September 2017 - September 2020
Okayama University
Field of study
  • Plant physiology, Bio-functional chemistry, Abiotic stress mitigation

Publications

Publications (34)
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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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The non-essential metalloid arsenic (As) is widely distributed in soil and underground water of many countries. Arsenic contamination is a concern because it creates threat to food security in terms of crop productivity and food safety. Plants exposed to As show morpho-physiological, growth and developmental disorder which altogether result in loss...
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In this recent era, several approaches have been developed to alleviate the adverse effects of salinity stress in different plants. However, some of them are not eco-friendly. In this context, evolving sustainable approaches which enhance the productivity of saline soil without harming the environment are necessary. Many recent studies showed that...
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Abiotic stresses are the dominant constraints to successful crop production in the modern era. Over the last two decades, researchers have devised various techniques to ease the effects of abiotic stresses on crop plants. Biochar is a vital eco-friendly bio-stimulant that mostly increases crop production and alleviates the adverse effects of differ...
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Microbial symbionts can mediate plant stress responses by enhancing thermal tolerance, but less attention has been paid to measuring these effects across plant-microbe studies. We performed a meta-analysis of published studies as well as discussed with relevant literature to determine how the symbionts influence plant responses under non-stressed v...
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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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Low and uneven germination is a serious problem for the successful production of okra seedlings. Priming of seeds as well as supplementation of different plant growth regulators exhibited better response in successful seedling production which eventually results in higher yield. Therefore, the present study was conducted to evaluate the effects of...
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Key message: 5-aminolevulinic acid (ALA) modulates various defense systems in plants and confers abiotic stress tolerance. Abstract: Enhancement of crop production is a challenge due to numerous abiotic stresses such as, salinity, drought, tem-perature, heavy metals, and UV. Plants often face one or more abiotic stresses in their life cycle becaus...
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Several recent studies have shown that citric acid/citrate (CA) can confer abiotic stress tolerance to plants. Exogenous CA application leads to improved growth and yield in crop plants under various abiotic stress conditions. Improved physiological outcomes are associated with higher photosynthetic rates, reduced reactive oxygen species, and bette...
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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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of Thesis 研究科 School Roles of reactive carbonyl species in stomatal closure of Arabidopsis thaliana シロイヌナズナの気孔閉口における活性カルボニル種の役割 学位論文の要旨 Abstract of Thesis The epidermis of leaves is characterized by specialized guard cells, which form stomatal aperture to regulate gas exchange and water loss. Guard cells modulate stomatal aperture in response to nu...
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Auxin not only controls the development processes, but also regulates the stress responses of plants. In this investigation, we explored the potential roles of exogenously applied indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) in conferring salt tolerance in the faba bean (Vicia faba L.). Our results showed that foliar application of IAA (200 ppm) to salt-exposed (60...
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Plants are often exposed to abiotic stresses such as drought, salinity, heat, cold, and heavy metals that induce complex responses, which result in reduced growth as well as crop yield. Phytohormones are well known for their regulatory role in plant growth and development, and they serve as important chemical messengers, allowing plants to function...
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Production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) is a key signal event for methyl jasmonate (MeJA)- and abscisic acid (ABA)-induced stomatal closure. We recently showed that reactive carbonyl species (RCS) stimulates stomatal closure as an intermediate downstream of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) production in the ABA signaling pathway in guard cells of Nicot...
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Selenium (Se) causes oxidative damage to plants. Proline is accumulated as a compatible solute in plants under stress conditions and mitigates stresses. Selenate at 250 µM increased cell death and inhibited the growth of tobacco BY-2 cells while exogenous proline at 10 mM did not mitigate the inhibition by selenate. Selenate increased accumulation...
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To reach in good plant stand, the life cycle of plants is faced with different critical stages such as uneven seed germination, poor and early seedling growth which ultimately results in low crop yield. It is well known that seed priming enhances germination, reduces seedling emergence time, and improves yield and yield contributing characters of p...
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Seed priming is a pre-sowing treatment which enables the seed to germinate more efficiently and improves seedling vigor as well as yield. Hydro-priming is an important seed treatment technique for rapid seed germination and pre-sowing of seeds with halo-priming is also known as an effective tool. Therefore, a study was conducted with the aim of eva...
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Myrosinase (thioglucoside glucohydrolase, EC 3.2.1.147, TGG) is a highly abundant protein in Arabidopsis guard cells and TGG1 and TGG2 redundantly function in abscisic acid (ABA)- and methyl jasmonate (MeJA)-induced stomatal closure. Reactive carbonyl species (RCS) are α,β-unsaturated aldehydes and ketones, which function downstream of reactive oxy...
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Glucosinolate-myrosinase system is a well-known defense system and has been shown to induce stomatal closure in Brassicales. Isothiocyanates (ITC) are highly reactive hydrolysates of glucosinolates and an ITC, allyl isothiocyanate (AITC), induces stomatal closure accompanied by elevation of free cytosolic Ca2+ concentration ([Ca2+]cyt) in Arabidops...
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Stomatal pores, which are surrounded by a pair of specialized guard cells, serve as major gateways for regulating gas exchange and transpirational water loss. Abscisic acid (ABA) is the most important hormone in stimulating stomatal closure. Reactive carbonyl species (RCS) have been reported to be involved in AHA-induced stomatal closure in Arabido...
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We have demonstrated that reactive carbonyl species (RCS) function as an intermediate downstream of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) production during abscisic acid (ABA) signaling in guard cells using transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing alkenal reductase. We investigated the conversion of the RCS production into downstream signaling events in the gua...
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Chapra (Eleusine indica), Mutha (Cyperus rotundus) and Durba (Cynodon dactylon) are common weeds causing growth inhibition in crops. Therefore, their inhibitory effect on different crop species needs to be evaluated. A bioassay was carried out in the Plant Ecology Laboratory, Department of Crop Botany, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh...
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Aim: An experiment was conducted to analyze the canopy characters and light-use efficiency along with yield of five modern wheat varieties viz. BARI wheat-23, BARI wheat-24, BARI wheat- 25, BARI wheat-26, and BARI wheat-27. Study Design: The experiment was laid-out following a Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with 3 replicates. Place and Dur...
Experiment Findings
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Experiments were conducted to study the feeding, growth and chemical control of hog-plum beetle (Podontia 14-punctata) in the laboratory and in the field. It was found that larval leaf consumption gradually increased with the increase of age of larva. Mean leaf consumption per larva was 0.28g, 0.86g and 1.70g after 24, 72 and 144 hrs, respectively....
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Experiments were conducted to study the feeding, growth and chemical control of hog-plum beetle (Podontia 14-punctata) in the laboratory and in the field. It was found that larval leaf consumption gradually increased with the increase of age of larva. Mean leaf consumption per larva was 0.28g, 0.86g and 1.70g after 24, 72 and 144 hrs, respectively....
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Experiments were conducted to study the feeding, growth and chemical control of hog-plum beetle (Podontia 14-punctata) in the laboratory and in the field. It was found that larval leaf consumption gradually increased with the increase of age of larva. Mean leaf consumption per larva was 0.28g, 0.86g and 1.70g after 24, 72 and 144 hrs, respectively....
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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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Solar radiation is of prime importance as it drives primary growth processes of plants. However its use in mustard and grass pea association is not yet analyzed. Therefore, a study was conducted at the Bangladesh Agricultural University during the cropping season extended from November 2014 to March 2015 to assess whether the mustard and grass pea...

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I want to know the easiest way. And i do not want to use ATP assay kit.
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Actually i want to know the working principle of H2DCF-DA.

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Priming of seeds as well as supplementation of different signaling molecules exhibits better response in successful crop production under stress and non-stress conditions. The aim of this project is to elucidate the role of different signaling molecules in seed priming and exogenous application under stress conditions in different crops.
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