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Muhammad Sharif Khan

Muhammad Sharif Khan
Talim ul Islam College, Rabwah, Pakistan · Department of Zoology

MS; Ph.D

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94 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
September 1963 - September 1999
M. S. Khan Herpetological Laboratory, Rabwah, Pakistan.
Position
  • Director herpetological laboratory
Description
  • The laboratory is dedicated to the herpetofauna of I ndo-Pakistan subcontinent.
September 1963 - September 1999
Tali ul Islam College, Rabwah, Pakistan
Position
  • Retired Professor of Zoology
April 1963 - August 1999
Talimul Islam Coillege, Rabwah, Pakistan
Position
  • lecturer, associate professor
Description
  • Taught Biology and Zoology
Education
September 1963 - September 1999
M.Sc, PhD University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan
Field of study
  • Amphibians and Reptiles

Publications

Publications (251)
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Amphibians and reptiles of Pakistan
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Affect of human activities on herpetofauna of Pakistan
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Communications with museums all over the world to deposit type specimens of new herp species
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Eco-morphological notes on amphibian specie of the western Himalayas
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HERPETOLOGY OF PAKISTAN
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reporting a case of cruelty of snake charmers to a Naja naja snake
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Profiles of amphibian species of Pakistan
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Record of my life long work of herpetology of Pakistan.
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A REPORT OF A COLLECTION OF HERPS FROM ROHTAS FORT, PAKISTAN
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RECORD OF COMMUNICATIONS MUSEUMS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD FOR DEPOSITION OF TYPES OF NEWLY DESCRIBED REPTILES FROM PAKISTAN
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IT IS HABITAT HERPETOLOGICAL STUDY
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Altitudinal range of Pakistan amphibians
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Life of Holy Prophet (SAW)
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Habitat range of agamid lizards in Pakistan
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Issues regarding envomation by venomous snakes in Pakistan are discussed
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Eco-geography of snakes of Pakistan
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Herpetological explorations in Pakistan are retraced and analyzed.
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The following keys are written to help identify as accurate as possible by looking for key characteristics on properly preserved specimens. To shorten number of steps, the keys are written in a dichotomous way, original and subsequent sets of taxa are divided into equal units. Where distribution of useful characters among taxa does not allow realiz...
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Affinities of various herp taxa are discussed
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herpetological data from Herpetology Laboratory Rabwah, Pakistan.
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Historic events in Blessed life of Prophet of Islam (saw)
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FOLKLORES REGARDING SNAKES PRVELENT IN POPULATION IN PAKISTAN ARE RECORDED
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Data about ovulation and defense in Lycodon a. aulicus is presented
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Lives of amphibians in Pakistan are explored
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the list includes all herpetological taxa added to Pakistan since 1966
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notes on typhlopid snakes from Pakistan
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ontogenetic changes in the development of digestive system of
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Rage of various venomous snakes in Pakistan
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identification of geckos in Pakistan
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instances of exploitations of amphibians and reptiles are pointed oiu
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Habitat hotspots for herps in Pakitan are described
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data regarding snake envomation in Pakistan
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venomous snake species are described and snake bite problem is vindicated
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Human exploitation of amphibians and reptiles in Pakistan
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addition of taxa since 1966 to herpetofauna of Pakistan
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exploitation of amphibians and reptiles of Pakistan
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Classification of Pakistan angular-toed geckos is suggested
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Stage by stage ontogenetic changes in digestive tract of Bufo stomaticus were studies and recorded
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feeding habits of tadpoles of different amphibian genera is explored
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Scincid lizards of Pakistan
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herpetology
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FAUNAL AND FLORAL DETAILS OF BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS AREEXPLORED
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morpho ecology and food acquisition of amphibian tadpoles in riparian Pakistan is studied
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taxonomy of amphibians of Pakistan is revised with notes on altitudinal distribution in Pakistan
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crocodilian species, and status in pakistan
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identification and key to larval and adult amphibians in Pakistan
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It is latest list of Pakistani amphibians and reptiles, so far described from PAKISTAN.
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SOUND PRODUCTION IN GECKOS
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Pakistan crocodiles
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GRCKO FAUNA OF PAKISTAN
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morphologies of Pakistani toads is described
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eco-zoogeographic study of pakistani herps
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ecological preferences of snakes in Pakistan
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life of Prof. Dr S. A. Minton-his contributions to herpetology of Pakistan
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auses of amphibian decline are enumerated and solutions are suggested
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life and contributions to the herprtology of Pakistan of Professor Dr.Roberts Mertens
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the historic background of the building of the fort is explored. several amphibian and reptilian species are recorded
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history of additions to the herpetofauna of Pakistan
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herpetofaunal list of Pakistan
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affinities of amphibians and reptile in pakistan
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A HISTORIC ACCOUNT OF THE ACTIVITIES IN HERPETOLOGICAL LABORATORY, RABWAH, PAKISTAN.
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herpetology of Pakistan 2016
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Additions to herpetofauna of pakistan
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key and checklist of sea snakes along coastal waters of pakistan
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snake charming as profession is discussed
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A short review of herpetological literature on In do-Pakistan herpetology
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Checklist and key to the identification of lizards in Pakistan is provided, with key, notes on distribution in and outside Pakistan. Lizards in Pakistan fall in 8 families, 32 genera and 103 species and subspecies. They show extensive adaptive radiations, invading different types of forests, deserts and grasslands. None of the lizards in Pakistan...
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a study of techniques employed by snake charmers
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Past changes in the ecology, geographical accessibility, and long term physiographic events in the subcontinent present picture of the composition and distribution of fauna and flora in Pakistan (Khan 1980, 1999, 2006). Recent changes wrought by human activity are also playing important role in destruction and creating suitable habitats for amphibi...
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distribution maps of reptiles in pakistan
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herp species under threat of extinction in Pakistan because over exploitation

Questions

Questions (4)
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WHAT WE MAY EXPECT FROM YOUR AMPHIBIAN-LIKE RESEARCH ON HUMANS?
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my question in directed to
Dr. A. Ohlar, AMNH France
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a question from botanist friends:
after fruit formation, what remaining  parts of the flower remain attached with branch are called?

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