Inhibition of auxin efflux using 1-naphthylphthalamic acid blocked VC-mediated growth enhancement. Spatial and temporal expression patterns of the auxin-responsive reporter DRGUS indicated that the activation of auxin signaling occurred before enhanced plant growth became visible.
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Khan has published more than 35 journal articles, 07 book chapters and has edited two books including this. He was an integral part of the team for developing high-throughput, low-cost methodologies for the isolation of promoters and genes, sequencing for phage DNA and identification of stable reference genes for qPCR studies. He is associate fellow of Andhra Pradesh Akademi of Sciences from He has worked in Germany and Philippines on genomics and molecular aspects of abiotic stress tolerance and genome editing.
He has published more than 32 research articles in international peer reviewed journals and also has 5 book chapters and a patent to his credit. Area of expertise: Functional genomics, Gene expression, Molecular biology and Genome editing.
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He has 18 years of research and teaching experience. His research activities are related to the understanding plant responses to abiotic stresses; on the role of plant hormones on regulating leaf and flower senescence; molecular studies on the ethylene biosynthesis and actions in plants; postharvest physiology and biology of horticultural crops.
With 30 years of research and teaching experience, Professor Nafees A. His current research interest is understanding the mechanisms of hormonal and nutritional regulation of plant growth with special emphasis on abiotic stress vis-a-vis photosynthetic efficiency and abiotic stress tolerance. He has edited 14 books and published more than peer-reviewed research articles in journals of international and national repute.
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