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Prof. Shamsul Hayat
  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.QUALIFICATION

    Ph.D

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.DESIGNATION

    Professor

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.THRUST_AREA

    Plant Growth Regulators (Brassinosteroids, Salicylic acid, Nitric Oxide) Abiotic Stress, Proteomics

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.ADDRESS

    S/O Mohammad Shayeq, Mohallah Sakrawal East, Tanda 224190, Ambedkar Nagar, U.P.

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.MOBILE

    9412328593

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.EMAIL

    hayat_68@yahoo.co.in, shayat.bt@amu.ac.in

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    Time Table

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Dr. Shamsul Hayat is Professor, in the Department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. He received his Ph.D. degree in Botany from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. Before joining the Department as faculty, he has worked as Research Associate and Young Scientist in the same Department. He has also worked as Associate Professor in King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as a BOYSCAST Fellow at the National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences, Tsukuba, Japan and through INSA-Bilateral exchange program at Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Biology, Department of Plant Biochemistry and Toxicology, University of Bialystok, Poland. The major area of research includes plant hormone, nanoscience and abiotic stress in plants. It has been reported from his group that phytohormone such as brassinosteroids and salicylic acid plays an important role in increasing the photosynthetic efficiency of the plant and regulate the antioxidant system even under abiotic stress. He is also studying protein profiling in hormone-treated plants under abiotic stress. Dr. Hayat has been awarded Prof. Hira Lal Chakravorty Award by Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata, India, Associate of National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, New Delhi, India, BOYSCAST fellow by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi, and young scientist by Association of the Advancement of Science, Aligarh, India. Dr. P.S. Khankhoje gold medal has also been awarded to him by Dr. Punjab Rao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola. He has been the Principal Investigator of the various projects sanctioned by different agencies and guided seven students for the award of the Ph.D. degree and two students for the award of M.Phil degree besides a number of M.Sc. students. Dr. Hayat has published more than one hundred sixty research papers in the leading journal of the world such as Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Environmental & Experimental Botany, Plant Physiology & Biochemistry, Environmental Pollution, Nitric Oxide, Protoplasma, Plant Signalling & Behaviour, Photosynthetica, Acta Physiologiae Plantarum with high impact factor and also published twelve books by Kluwer Academic, Springer, Wiley-VCH, Science Publisher and Narosa Publishing House. Besides this twenty-five book chapters have also been published. Dr. Hayat has presented his work at several national and international conferences in Japan, Brazil, Spain, China, Poland, and Saudia Arabia. He is a regular reviewer and on the panel of editorial boards of National and International journals, Dr. Hayat is also a member of important National and International scientific societies. Recently he has been appointed as an Indian representative in the Asia Association of Plant Scientist.

  1. Singh, P., Arif, Y., Siddiqui, H., Sami, F., Zaidi, R., Azam, A., & Hayat, S. (2021). Nanoparticles enhances the salinity toxicity tolerance in Linum usitatissimum L. by modulating the antioxidative enzymes, photosynthetic efficiency, redox status and cellular damage. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 213, 112020. (IF: 4.8)

  2. Sami, F., Siddiqui, H., Alam, P., & Hayat, S. (2021) Glucose-induced response on photosynthetic efficiency, ROS homeostasis, and antioxidative defense system in maintaining carbohydrate and ion metabolism in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.) under salt-mediated oxidative stress. Protoplasma, 1-20. (IF: 2.6)

  3. Faizan, M., Yu, F., Chen, C., Faraz, A., & Hayat, S. (2020). Zinc oxide nanoparticles help to enhance plant growth and alleviate abiotic stress: A review. Current Protein & Peptide Science. (IF: 2.6)

  4. Siddiqui, H., Sami, F., Bajguz, A., & Hayat, S. (2021). Glucose escalates PSII activity, dynamics between anabolic and catabolic pathways, redox and elemental status to promote the growth of Brassica juncea. South African Journal of Botany, 137, 68-84. (IF: 1.78)

  5. Arif, Y., Hayat, S., Yusuf, M., & Bajguz, A. (2021). Hydrogen sulfide: A versatile gaseous molecule in plants. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 158, 372-384. (IF: 3.72)

  6. Shiraz, M., Sami, F., Siddiqui, H., Yusuf, M., & Hayat, S. (2020). Interaction of Auxin and Nitric Oxide Improved Photosynthetic Efficiency and Antioxidant System of Brassica juncea Plants Under Salt Stress. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 1-11. (IF: 2.5)

  7. Arif, Y., Singh, P., Siddiqui, H., Bajguz, A., & Hayat, S. (2020). Salinity induced physiological and biochemical changes in plants: An omic approach towards salt stress tolerance. Plant physiology and biochemistry. (IF: 3.72)

  8. Mir, A. R., Siddiqui, H., Alam, P., & Hayat, S. (2020). Melatonin modulates photosynthesis, redox status, and elemental composition to promote growth of Brassica juncea—a dose-dependent effect. Protoplasma, 1-16. (IF: 2.72)

  9. Arif, Y., Sami, F., Siddiqui, H., Bajguz, A., & Hayat, S. (2020). Salicylic acid in relation to other phytohormones in plant: a study towards physiology and signal transduction under challenging environment. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 104040. (IF: 4.0)

  10. Siddiqui, H., Sami, F., & Hayat, S. (2020). Glucose: Sweet or bitter effects in plants-a review on current and future perspective. Carbohydrate Research, 487, 107884. (IF:1.8)

  11. Khan, T.A., Yusuf, M., Ahmad, A., Bashir, Z., Saeed, T., Fariduddin, Q., Hayat, S., Mock, H.P. and Wu, T., 2019. Proteomic and physiological assessment of stress sensitive and tolerant variety of tomato treated with brassinosteroids and hydrogen peroxide under low-temperature stress. Food Chemistry. (IF: 4.9)

  12. F Sami, M Faizan, A Faraz, H Siddiqui, M Yusuf, Hayat, S. (2018). Nitric Oxide, 73: 22-38.

  13. Siddiqui, H.; Ahmed, KBM and Hayat, S. (2018). Plant Physiology & Biochemistry.129: 198-212

  14. Sami F, Hayat, S. (2018). Protoplasma. 31: 1-4.

  15. A. S. Wani, A. Ahmad, S. Hayat, I. Tahir (2016). Environmental Science & Pollution Research 23 (13), 3413-3423

  16. F Sami, M Yusuf, M Faizan, A Faraz, S Hayat. (2016). Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 109, 54-61

  17. Hayat, S., Khalique, S., Wani, A.S., Alyemeni, M.N. and Ahmad, A. (2014). International J. of Biological Macromolecules. 64: 130-136.

  18. Hayat, S., Maheshwari, P., Wani, A.S., Irfan, M.,Alyemeni, M.N., Ahmad, A. (2012). Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 53: 61-68

  19. Hayat, S., Khalique, G., Irfan, M., Wani, A.S., Tripathi, B.N. and Ahmad, A. (2012). Protoplasma 249: 599-611.

  20. Hasan, S.A., Hayat, S. and Ahmad, A. (2011). Chemosphere 84: 1446-1451.

Botany, 60: 33-41.


LISTDownloadUPLOADED DATE
Molecule
10/11/2014
M.Sc. Ist Sem
10/11/2014
Covalent and non-covalent
10/11/2014
Plant cell
10/11/2014
M.Sc. I Semester
10/11/2014
M.Sc. Ist Semester
10/11/2014
B.Sc. IIIrd Semester
10/11/2014
B.Sc. 3rd Year
10/11/2014