Profile of Dr. Md. Hassanur Rahman

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Dr. Md. Hassanur Rahman

Associate Professor

Department of Horticulture (HRT)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.

E-mail: hassan@hstu.ac.bd


RESEARCH INTEREST

    Molecular and cellular mechanisms of plant reproduction (zygotic embryogenesis) using In vitro fertilization system. Haploid plant production using CRISPR/Cas9 genome engineering technique and DNA methylation analysis. Sustainable agriculture and safe food production.

EDUCATION

  1. PhD, 2019

    Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

  2. Exchange Research Program, 2017

    University of Seoul, South Korea

  3. MS, 2011

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

  4. B Sc Ag, 2009

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  1. Associate professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    March 14, 2019 to Present

  2. Assistant Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Bangladesh

    February 01, 2014 to March 13, 2019

  3. Lecturer
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    February 01, 2012 to January 31, 2014


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Papers

  1. Rahman MH, Toda E, Kobayashi M, Kudo T, Koshimizu M, Takahara M, Iwami M, Watanabe Y, Sekimoto H, Yano K, Okamoto T 2019 Expression of genes from paternal alleles in rice zygotes and involvement of OsASGR-BBML1 in initiation of zygotic development. Plant and cell physiology. 60(4); 725-737. This article was an outstanding article rated as the Editor's Choice with author profile (https://academic.oup.com/pcp/pages/research_highlights_2019_04). Impact Factor: 4.059    

  2. Chayan AAIM, Rahman MH, Sultana R and Islam MR. 2010. Initial moisture content and different storage container potentiality on vigourity of stem amaranth (Amaranthus oleraceus) seed. Bangladesh Res. Pub. J., 3(4):1197-1203.

  3. Islam MT, Mamun MAA, Khan MA, Sayem SM and Rahman MH 2011. Effect of different level of irrigation and potassium fertilizers on the growth and yield of potato cv.granola. J. Environ. Sci. and Natural Resources, 4(1):105-109.

  4. Rahman MH, Halder BC and Khan MA 2011. Effect of zinc and manganese on growth and yield of potato. J. Bangladesh Soc. Agric. Sci. Technol., 4 (2): 30-33

  5. Rahman MH, Khan MA and Islam MR 2013. Effect of ABT-6 hormone on growth and yield of BINA tomato-5. Journal of Natural Products, 6(1): 103-108.

  6. Halder BC and Rahman MH 2013. Performances of some weed extracts on pest, yield and quality of litchi. J. Sci. Technol., 11 (1): 68-72.

  7. Islam MJ, Rahman MS, Mamun MAA, Farhana F, Shamsuzzoha M, Rahman MH, Akter M, Hanif MA 2016. Assessment of Heavy Metals in Roadside Soil, Water and Vegetables of the Dinajpur-Rangpur Highway in Bangladesh. J. of Chem. Bio. Phy Sci., 6(2); 237-247.

  8. Rashid MM, Hasan SM, Rahman MH, Ahmmed ANF, Khalequzzaman KM 2016. Physiological and Structural Abnormalities of Coconut Plants (Cocos nucifera L.) at Different Stages of Growth and Plantation Sites under Low Temperature Condition in Bangladesh. The Agriculturists, 13 (2): 113.

  9. Islam MT, Mamun MAA, Rahman MH, Rahman MA, Akter MM, Ashraf MS 2016. Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Phytochemicals in Some Medicinal Plants in Bangladesh, J. of Chem. Bio. Phy Sci., 6(2); 530-540.


Conference Papers

  1. Rahman MH, Toda E, Kobayashi M, Kudo T, Ohnishi Y, Yano K, Okamoto T 'Possible contribution of a paternally expressed AP2-type transcription factor to early zygotic development in rice' Taiwan-Japan Plant Biology 2017 Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, November 3-6, 2017. (Presentation award)

  2. Rahman MH, Toda E, Kobayashi M, Kudo T, Ohnishi Y, Yano K, Okamoto T 'A Paternally Expressed AP2-Type Transcription Factor, OsASGR-BBML1, possibly Contribute to Early Zygotic Development in Rice' The 59th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists, Sapporo, Japan, March 28-30, 2018.

  3. Toda E, Kobayashi M, Takahara M, Ohnishi Y, Kudo T, Rahman MH, Watanabe Y, Iwami M, Yano K, Okamoto T 'Effects of an imbalanced parental genome ratio on development of rice zygotes and possible function of genes expressing in zygotes with paternal allele-specific manner' The 25th international congress of sexual plant reproduction, Gifu, Japan, June 11-16, 2018.

  4. Okamoto T, Toda E, Koiso N, Rahman MH, Takebayashi A, Ichikawa M, Kiba T, Osakabe K, Osakabe Y, Sakakibara H, Kato Norio 'Development of gene expression and genome editing systems in rice egg cells and zygotes by direct delivery of macromolecules' The 25th international congress of sexual plant reproduction, Gifu, Japan, June 11-16, 2018.

  5. Rahman MH, Toda E, Ohnishi Y, Koiso N, Okamoto T 'A paternally expressed transcription factor, OsASGR-BBML1, possibly initiates rice early zygotic development' The 25th international congress of sexual plant reproduction, Gifu, Japan, June 11-16, 2018.

Books

  1. Md Hassanur Rahman, Erika Toda, Takashi Okamoto. (2020) In Vitro Production of Zygotes by Electrofusion of Rice Gametes. Plant Embryogenesis. vol 2122. Springer, New York, NY  (Book Chapter) 


    Read More
  2. Md Hassanur Rahman, 2013, Role of zinc and manganese on the production of potato, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Gbbh & C. KG, Germany.

Others

  1. Talk

    Md Hassanur Rahman 'Functional analysis of a paternal allele-dependent gene encoding an AP2-type transcription factor, termed BBM, in rice zygote' Bioconference (TMU-UOS exchange program), Seoul, South Korea, February 02, 2017.



SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. Guest Scientist (October, 2018 - September, 2019)

    Funded by: Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

  2. Japan Local Goverment Scholarship (THRFCD)

    Funded by: Goverment of Japan

  3. NST Fellowship

    Funded by: Minstery of Science and Technology, Bangladesh


PROJECTS

  1. Effects of pre-harvest fruit bagging on post-harvest quality of banana cv. Sagor

    Funded by: Institute of Research and Training (IRT 2019-2020)

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: Research objectives: (i) To investigate the effect of different bagging materials on the physical and chemical quality of banana. (ii) To protect banana from diseases, pest attacks using minimum pesticide application.


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