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Dr. Md. Hasanuzzaman

Associate Professor

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Department of Agronomy
Faculty of Agriculture

Phone: +8801759590420
E-mail: sauhasan@gmail.com, md.hasanuzzaman@sau.edu.bd
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Dr. Md. Hasanuzzaman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Agronomy at Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU), Dhaka, Bangladesh. He started his professional career as an Assistant Director in the Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation. Then He joined as a Lecturer in the Department of Agronomy, SAU in December 2011. His field of expertise is in Agronomy, Crop Science and Plant Stress Physiology. Dr. Hasanuzzaman completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Science and Graduate Certificate in Research with a thesis on “Physiological and Morphological Responses to Osmotic Stress in Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)” from University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia in December 2018. His Ph.D. research mainly focused on the contributions of stomatal and cuticular (residual) transpiration toward osmotic stress tolerance that contributes to the overall performance of barley under osmotic stress conditions.

Dr. Hasanuzzaman completed his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Hons.) with secured CGPA 3.85 out of 4.00 in the academic year of 2005-2009. He also completed his Master of Science in Agronomy from the Department of Agronomy at SAU and secured first merit position with CGPA 4.00 out of 4.00 in the academic year of 2010-2012. He was awarded the Dean's award from the SAU for the academic excellence in the academic year of 2005-2009. He received the Tasmanian Graduate Research Scholarship for pursuing PhD study at University of Tasmania, Australia. He was also awarded the fellowship from the National Science and Information and Communication Technology (NSICT) for the Master of Science in Agronomy.

The world population is projected to increase by more than 9.7 billion in 2050; this will require an increase in food production by 70% in the world by 2050 to meet this demand. To achieve this goal will require a further 38% increase over historical increases in production and is unlikely to be achieved by current agronomical and breeding practices. Dr. Hasanuzzaman’s research work is aimed at developing new holistic approaches to enhance crop production under stressful environmental conditions. His expertise and interest of research are in the area of plant adaptive responses to environmental stresses including salinity, extreme temperatures, soil acidity, drought, waterlogging, nutritional disorders, and biotic stresses. The ultimate goal of his research is to develop novel strategies and assist breeders in developing germplasm to enhance crop adaptability and resilience under stress environmental conditions and improving crop yield to achieve agricultural sustainability.

Degree Name Subject/Specialization Institute Passing Year Country
Ph.D. in Agriculture Plant Stress Physiology University of Tasmania 2018 Australia
Master of Science (MS) in Agronomy Agronomy Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University 2011 Bangladesh
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Hons.) Agriculture Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University 2009 Bangladesh
Title Organization Location From To
Associate Professor Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Dhaka 2018/12/19 Till date
Assistant Professor Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Dhaka 2013/12/04 2018/12/18
Lecturer Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Dhaka 2011/12/04 2013/12/03
Assistant Director Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation Dhaka 2011/04/24 2011/12/03
Sl Journal Article Year Type Link
1 Hasanuzzaman, M., Shabala, L., Brodribb, T. J., Zhou, M., & Shabala, S. (2018). Understanding physiological and morphological traits contributing to drought tolerance in barley. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 1-12. 2019 Journal Article Link
2 Choudhury, S., Larkin, P., Meinke, H., Hasanuzzaman, M., Johnson, P., & Zhou, M. (2019). Barley yellow dwarf virus infection affects physiology, morphology, grain yield and flour pasting properties of wheat. Crop and Pasture Science, 70(1), 16-25. 2019 Journal Article Link
3 Hasanuzzaman, M., Matin, M. A., Fardus, J., Hasanuzzaman, M., Hossain, M. S., & Parvin, K. (2019). Foliar application of salicylic acid improves growth and yield attributes by upregulating the antioxidant defense system in Brassica campestris plants grown in lead-amended soils. Acta Agrobotanica, 72(2). 2019 Journal Article Link
4 Fardus, J., Matin, M. A., Hasanuzzaman, M., Hossain, M. A., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2018). Salicylic acid-induced improvement in germination and growth parameters of wheat under salinity stress. Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences, 28(1), 197-207. 2018 Journal Article Link
5 Hasanuzzaman, M., Davies, N. W., Shabala, L., Zhou, M., Brodribb, T. J., & Shabala, S. (2017). Residual transpiration as a component of salinity stress tolerance mechanism: a case study for barley. BMC Plant Biology, 17(1), 107. 2017 Journal Article Link
6 Hasanuzzaman, M., Shabala, L., Brodribb, T. J., Zhou, M., & Shabala, S.* (2017). Assessing the suitability of various screening methods as a proxy for drought tolerance in barley. Functional Plant Biology, 44(2), 253-266. 2017 Journal Article Link
7 Fardus, J., Matin, M. A., Hasanuzzaman, M., Hossain, M. S., Nath, S. D., Hossain, M. A & Hasanuzzaman, M.* (2017). Exogenous salicylic acid-mediated physiological responses and improvement in yield by modulating antioxidant defense system of wheat under salinity. Notulae Scientia Biologicae, 9(2), 219-232. 2017 Journal Article Link
8 Naim, M. A., Matin, M. A., Anee, T. I., Hasanuzzaman, M., Chowdhury, I. F., Razafindrabe, B. H., & Hasanuzzaman, M.* (2017). Exogenous selenium improves growth, water balance and chlorophyll content in indica and japonica rice exposed to salinity. Transylvanian Review, 1(3). 2017 Journal Article Link
9 Masrufa, S., Rahman, A., Hasanuzzaman, M., Anee, T. I., Ali, M. H., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2016). Pre-planting hardening-induced variability in yield attributes and yield of inbreed and hybrid rice. Bangladesh Agronomy Journal, 19(1), 87-97. 2016 Journal Article Link
10 Masrufa, S., Rahman, A., Hasanuzzaman, M., Nath, S. C. D., Ali, M. H., Anee, T. I., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2016). Effect of pre-planting hardening of seedlings on growth, dry matter accumulation and tillering of inbreed and hybrid rice. Focus on Sciences, 2(2). 2016 Journal Article Link
11 Chowdhury, I. F., Hasan, M. A., Ali, Hasanuzzaman, M., M. H & Bashar, M. A. (2016). Planting density and weed management techniques affecting weed flora and yield of fine rice cv. BRRI dhan50. Bangladesh Journal of Botany, 45 (3), 451-458. 2016 Journal Article Link
12 Hasanuzzaman, M., Alam, M. M., Rahman, A., Hasanuzzaman, M., Nahar, K., & Fujita, M. (2014). Exogenous proline and glycine betaine mediated upregulation of antioxidant defense and glyoxalase systems provides better protection against salt-induced oxidative stress in two rice (Oryza sativa L.) varieties. BioMed Research International, 2014, 1-17 2014 Journal Article Link
13 Hossain, M. E., Chowdhury, I. F., Hasanuzzaman, M., Mazumder, S., Matin, M. A., & Jerin, R. (2014). Effect of Nitrogen and Bradyrhizobium on Growth and Yield of Mungbean. Journal of Bioscience and Agricultural Research, 1(2), 79-84. 2014 Journal Article Link
14 Chowdhury, I. F.*, Ali, M. H., Karim, M. F., Hasanuzzaman, M., & Islam, S. (2014). Economic Weed Control Strategies in Aromatic Rice. Applied Science Report, 8(1), 21-26. 2014 Journal Article Link
15 Mamun, F., Ali, M. H., Chowdhury, I. F.*, Hasanuzzaman, M., & Matin, M. A. (2014). Performance of Rapeseed and Mustard Varieties Grown Under Different Plant Density. Scientia Agriculturae, 4(2), 70-75. 2014 Journal Article Link
16 Masum, S. M., Ali, M. H., Hasanuzzaman, M., Chowdhury, I. F., Mandal, M. S. H., & Jerin, R. (2014). Response of variety and population density on yield attributes and yield of boro rice (Oryza sativa). Annals of Agricultural Research, 35(4), 355-361. 2014 Journal Article Link
17 Islam, M. B., Ali, M. H., Masum, S. M., Hasanuzzaman, M., Rahman, A., Hosain, M. T., Islam, M. S., Chowdhury, M. P., & Khalil, M. I. (2013). Performance of Aman Varieties as Affected by Urea Application Methods. Applied Science Reports, 2(3), 55-62. 2013 Journal Article Link
18 Hossain, M. M., Khan, M. A., Hosain, M. T., Bari, A. F., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2013). Germination and Electrical Conductivity of Two Species of Jute Seed as Affected by Different Sowing and Production Methods. International Journal of Agriculture and Crop Sciences, 6(12), 861. 2013 Journal Article Link
19 Jerin, R., Amin, A. K. M. R., Biswas, P. K., Hasanuzzaman, M., & Bari, A. S. M. F. (2013). Use of organic fertilizer to reduce the amount of chemical fertilizers in mustard. Journal of Experimental Bioscience, 4(2), 83-87. 2013 Journal Article Link
20 Bari, A. F., Khan, M. A., Sultana, S., Hasanuzzaman, M., & Sultana, N. (2013). Effect of various inorganic fertilizer and manure applications with different water managements on yield and yield attributes of boro rice, Journal of Experimental Bioscience, 4(2), 1-6. 2013 Journal Article Link
21 Ullah, M. R., Karim, M. F., Islam, M. S., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2013). Performance of T. Aman varieties under different levels of NPK fertilizers. Bangladesh Agronomy Journal, 16 (1), 73-80. 2013 Journal Article Link
22 Rahman, A., Biswas, P. K., Sardar, M. S. A., Hasanuzzaman, M. & Malek, M. (2013). Allelopathic effect of Brassica biomass on weed control and growth of wheat. Bangladesh Journal of Weed Science, 3(1&2), 5-10. 2013 Journal Article Link
23 Mahamud, J. A.*, Haque, M. M., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2013). Growth, dry matter production and yield performance of transplanted aman rice varieties influenced by seedling densities per hill. International Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 5(1), 16-24. 2013 Journal Article Link
24 Nipa, J. S., Roy, T. S., Amin, A. K. M. R., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2013). Effect of lifting time and tuber size on ambient storage performance of potato derived from true potato seed. International Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 5 (1), 1-9. 2013 Journal Article Link
25 Al-Mamun, M. A., Biswas, P. K., Karim, M. F., Hasanuzzaman, M., & Rahman, A. (2013). Influence of Rice Straw and Water Hyacinth Incorporation on the Performance of Boro Rice. International journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management, 4(2), 209-213. 2013 Journal Article Link
26 Hasanuzzaman, M., Ali, M. H., Karim, M. F., Masum, S. M., & Mahamud, J. A. (2013). Influence of prilled urea and urea super granules on the growth and yield of hybrid rice. Journal of Experimental Bioscience, 4(1), 1-8. 2013 Journal Article Link
27 Al-Mamun, M. A., Biswas, P. K., Karim, M. A., Hasanuzzaman, M. & Rahman, A. (2012). Allelopathic effect of rice straw and water hyacinth on weed control in boro rice. Bangladesh Journal of Weed Science, 3(1&2), 11-18 2013 Journal Article Link
28 Jabin, U., Karim, M. F., Ullah, M. J., Hasanuzzaman, M., Masum, S. M., & Rahman, A. (2012). Response of mustard to the application method of prilled urea and urea supper granule. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences, 3(12), 2529-2533. 2012 Journal Article Link
29 Hasanuzzaman, M., Ali, M. H., Karim, M. F., Masum, S. M., & Mahmud, J. A. (2012). Response of hybrid rice to different levels of nitrogen and phosphorus. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences, 3(12), 2522-2528. 2012 Journal Article Link
Sl Conferences Year Type Link
1 Hasanuzzaman, M., Shabala, L., Zhou, M., Brodribb, T. J., Corkrey, R., & Shabala, S. (2018). Factors determining stomatal and non-stomatal (residual) transpiration and their contribution towards salinity tolerance in contrasting barley genotypes. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 153, 10-20. 2018 Conference Link
2 Hasanuzzaman M, Shabala L, Brodribb TJ, Zhou M, Shabala S (Poster presentation) “Assessing the suitability of various screening methods as a proxy for drought tolerance in barley”. InterDrought-V, Hyderabad, India, 21-25 February, 2017 2017 Conference Link
Sl Book Chapter Year Type Link
1 Hasanuzzaman, M., Zhou, M., Shabala, S. (2018) Physiological and Morphological Mechanisms Mediating Plant Tolerance to Osmotic Stress: Balancing Tolerance and Productivity. In: Benkeblia N, eds. Climate Change and Crop Production: Foundations for Agroecosystem Resilience: CRC press, 23. 2018 Book Chapter Link

Reserach/Project

Title Source of Fund Year URL Status
Influence of nitrogen and phosphorus on growth and yield of hybrid rice MoST, GoB 2011 Completed
Physiological and Morphological Responses to Osmotic Stress Tolerance in Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) GRDC, AU 2014 Completed
Revealing Tolerance Mechanisms of Salinity, Waterlogging and Combined Salinity-Waterlogging Stress in Wheat and Barley MoST, GoB 2020 On-going
Student Degree Year Title Role
Sl Professional Type From To
1 Member of the University of Tasmania Alumni Community Professional 2018 Till date
2 Life Member of Weed Science Society of Bangladesh Professional 2012 Till date
3 Life member of Bangladesh Seed Association Professional 2012 Till date
4 Life member of Bangladesh Society of Agronomy Professional 2010 Till date
5 Member of Agriculturalist Institution of Bangladesh Professional 2010 Till date
6 Member of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Alumni Association Professional 2010 Till date
Sl Achievements Type Year
1 Dean's Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, SAU Award 2019
2 Crawford Fund Research Scholar, Australia Scholarship 2018
3 Tasmanian Graduate Research Scholarship, UTAS, Australia Scholarship 2014
4 National Science and Information and Communication Technology, Bangladesh Fellowship 2011
Others
1 Moderator, SAU Krishi Club
2 Moderator, SAU Photographic Society
3 Rover Scout Leader, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Rover Scout Group