Dr. Shamim Ahmed Kamal Uddin Khan
Professor



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Dr. Khan is serving the Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University as a Professor (Grade 1) since 1st July 2018. Dr. Khan started his career in Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University since 18th of February 1997 as a lecturer and then gradually promoted to Assistant Professor (on 7th of May 2000) and Associate professor (on 18th of February 2004) before he promoted to the position of Professor (Grade 3) on 18th of February 2008. He teaches Horticulture and relevant courses in Undergraduate and graduate levels. As a part of his academic duties he supervises research projects of undergraduate and graduate students and also supervises different funded projects. Dr. Khan also engages himself in extension services through field visit, organized meetings with local farmers and agricultural entrepreneurs, attending workshops and conferences in home and abroad. He has a number of publications in peer reviewed national and internal journals. Currently he is serving as the Executive Editor of the journal named “South Asian Journal of Agriculture” (https://www.saja.edu.bd) published half yearly from the Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh.

In 2015 Professor Dr. Khan did PhD in Horticulture majoring the Postharvest Physiology of Horticultural Crops, from Curtin University, Australia. He enjoyed the Curtin International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (CIPRS) during PhD studies. Earlier he did Masters (in 2009) in Food Science Technology and Nutrition from Europe (four consortium countries including Germany, Belgium, Ireland and Portugal) under the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Program. Dr. Khan obtained B.Sc. in Agriculture from Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) in 1995 followed by the MS in Horticulture from the same University in 1997. 1) Bangladesh In 1997. During his studies in BAU, he enjoyed merit scholarship from the University and National Science and Technology scholarship from Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh, for conducting research as a part of Masters Degree.


Postharvest Physiology of Horticultural Crops

Current Research Project/Collaboration

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Teaching and Research Experience:


18th February 2008 to till date:
Professor (Full time and Permanent), Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, BangladeshOffering theoretical and laboratory (practical) courses pertaining Horticulture and related subjects; conducting research on agricultural issues.

18th February 2004 to 17th February 2008:
Associate Professor (Full time and Permanent), Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, BangladeshOffered theoretical and laboratory (practical) courses pertaining Horticulture and related subjects;  conducted research on agricultural issues.

7th May 2000 to 17th February 2004:
Assistant Professor (Full time and Permanent), Agrotechnology Discipline in Khulna University, Khulna-9208, BangladeshOffered theoretical and laboratory (practical) courses pertaining Horticulture and related subjects; conducted research on agricultural issues.

18th February 1997 to 6th May 2000:
Lecturer (Full time and Permanent)Agrotechnology DisciplineKhulna University, Khulna-9208, BangladeshMy responsibilities includeteaching, research and demonstration on Horticulture and other relevant courses.

Research projects supervised as Principal Investigator: 

i) Effect of natural and chemical vase solutions on vase life of gerbera, Research grant was of 70,000  Tk.  for  the  project  and it  was  funded  by  Khulna  University,  Khulna,  Bangladesh (Ongoing). 

ii) Effect of pre-harvest cultural practices and post-harvest treatments on shelf life of gerbera, Research grant was of 2,50,000 Tk. for the project and it was funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh in 2017. 

iii)    Project  title  “Status  of  Onion  Bulb  and  Seed  Production  in  Khulna  Region  (A  Salinity Affected  Region)  and  Studies  on  The  Effect  of  Different  Seed  Containers  on  Storability of Onion Seeds”.  Research grant was of 92,800 Tk. for the project and it was funded by Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh in 1999. 

iv)  Project  title  “Effect  of  Salinity  Stress  and  Use  of  Irrigation  and  Fertilizer  for  Improving Production of Chilli in Salinity  Affected Soils of Bangladesh”. Research grant  of 30,000 Tk. For the project was funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh in 2000. 

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Patent 

Method of retarding an ethylene response: Zora Singh, A Payne, Shamim Khan and Mufta jointly developed ethylene antagonists which will be vital to reduce postharvest losses in fresh produce. Currently fresh produce postharvest losses ranged between 30 to  44%.  Patent  has  been  filed  through  Curtin  IP  Commercialisation,  Office  of  the Deputy   Vice-Chancellor   Research   (Australian   Provisional   Patent   Application, 2015904507; Curtin University of Technology). 

 PhD (Horticulture- Postharvest Fruit Physiology) Thesis: 

 Khan,   S.A.K.U.   2015.   Regulation   of   postharvest   life   and   quality   in   horticultural commodities at ambient conditions with new ethylene antagonists. Submitted for the   Degree   of   Doctor   of   Philosophy,   Department   of   Environment   and Agricultuure, Curtin University, Australia. 253p.

 M.Sc. Food Science, Technology and Nutrition Thesis: 

 Khan,  S.A.K.U.  2009.  Personal  and  Socio-economic  characteristics,  status  of  fruit  and vegetable   intake   and   health   related   problems   of   the   people   in   arsenic contaminated  regions  of  Bangladesh.  School  of  Biological  Science,  Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland. 56p.

M.Sc. Horticulture Thesis: 

Khan, S.A.K.U. 1997. Studies on micropropagation of three potato varieties,  Department of Horticulture, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. 99p. 

Scientific Publications/Research Papers  

Total = 68, Refereed papers = 48, Refereed conference papers = 18, Compendium = 1, Industry paper = 1 

Papers published in refereed Journals: 

1. Ara, R., Khan, S.A.K.U., Mannan, M. A., Ali, M.Y. and Rahim, M.A. 2023. Optimization of fertilizer for common fig (Ficus carica) cultivation in southwestern Bangladesh. International Journal of Minor Fruits, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. 9(2): 116-125. DOI : 10.53552/ijmfmap.9.2.2023.116-125.

2. Mollick, M., Khan, S.A.K.U., Sultana, N. 2023. Influence of Shading and Anatomical Structure of the Stem Cutting on Rooting Performance of Fig (Ficus Sp.). South Asian Res J Agri Fish, 5(5), 55-67. DOI: 10.36346/sarjaf.2023.v05i05.002

3. Ara, R.*, Kamal Uddin Khan, S.A.,Mannan, M. A. and Rahim, M. A. (2023). Evaluation of somerooting substrates and cutting types in propagation of Fig (Ficus carica). International Journal of Minor Fruits, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. 9(1): 14-24. DOI 10.53552/ijmfmap.9.1.2023.14-24.

4. Khan, S.A.K.U., Rahman, M.M. and Islam, M.M. 2023. Agro-Biodiversity Across the Food Chain, In: C. M. Galanakis (ed.), Biodiversity, Functional Ecosystems and Sustainable Food Production, Springer Cham. Chapter 1. pp. 1-40., https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-07434-9_1

5. Ara, R., Kamal Uddin Khan, S.A., Adhikary, S.K., Fazlay Rabby, M., Shawkat, S. (2022). Potentials of Teen (Ficus carica) as a Fruit Crop in Coastal Bangladesh. In: Lama, T., Burman, D., Mandal, U.K., Sarangi, S.K., Sen, H. (eds) Transforming Coastal Zone for Sustainable Food and Income Security. Springer, Cham. chapter 16, pp 201-215. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-95618-9_16

6. Ara, R., Khan, S.A.K.U., Islam, M.M. 2021. Farmers' perception on fig (Ficuscarica) cultivation in southwest Bangladesh, III Asian Horticultural Congress-AHC2020 1312, 523-530. DOI 10.17660/ActaHortic.2021.1312.74.

7. Nasrin, S., Mannan, M.A., Islam, M.M., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Rahman, S.M.M. 2021. Evaluation of Fifteen Tomato Germplasm for Salt Tolerance, Bangladesh Agron. J., 24(2): 43-54.

8. Hossain, T.M., Pitol, M.N.S., Mannan, M.A., Khan, S.A.K.U. 2021. Impact of corm  size  and  phosphorous  on  growth  and  floral characteristics of gladiolus (Gladiolus grandiflorus).Asian J Agric 5: 90-97.https://smujo.id/aja/article/view/9456/5367

9. Ara, R., Khan, S.A.K.U., Islam, M.M. 2020. Farmers' perception on fig (Ficuscarica) cultivation in Kolaroa and Kaligonjupazilla of Satkhira, Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education. 32, (special Issue): 27-38.

10. Nasrin, S., Mannan, M.A.,Islam, M.M., Khan, S.A.K.U.2020. Evaluation of Tomato Varieties Against Resistance to Fruit Borer (Helicoverpaarmigera Hub.), SAARC Journal of Agriculture 18 (2), 87-99.

11.  Manabika, S., Ahmed, M.B.,Khan, S.A.K.U. and Islam, M.M. 2019. Present scenario and problem confrontation of rooftop gardening and its efficacy in ambient environment reclamation in Khulna City of Bangladesh. Fundamental and Applied Agriculture, 4 (1): 617-626.

12. Sarmin, R.A., Khan, S.A.K.U.,Fatema, K. and Sultana, S. 2018. Effect of neem leaf and banana pulp extracts on shelf life and quality of mango (Mangiferaindica L.), Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University 16 (3), 343-350.

13. Siddiqua, M., Khan, S.A.K.U., Tabassum, P. and Sultana, S. 2018.Effects of neem leaf extract and hot water treatments on shelf life and quality of banana, Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 16 (3), 351-356.

14. Tabassum, P., Khan, S.A.K.U.,Siddiqua, M. and Sultana, S. 2018. Effect of guava leaf and lemon extracts on postharvest quality and shelf life of banana cv. Sabri (Musa sapientum L.), Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 16 (3), 337-342.

15. Mondal, C., Sultana, S., Mannan, M.A. and Khan, S.A.K.U. 2016. Preparation and sensorial evaluation of pickles, jam, jelly and squash developed from jackfruit (Artocarpusheterophyllus). Journal of Environmental Science and Natural Resources,9(2): 35-41.

16. Khan, S.A.K.U., Singh, Z., Musa, M.M.A and Payne, A.D. 2016. 1-Hexylcyclopropene in retarding tomato (Lycopersiconesculentum) fruit ripening and its mode of action. ScientiaHorticulturae, 213: 410-417.

17. Ullah, S., Singh, Z., Khan, A.S., Khan, S.A.K.U., Razzaq, K. and Payne, A. 2016. Postharvest application of 1-MCP and ethylene influences fruit softening and quality of ‘Arctic Pride’ nectarine at ambient conditions. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 10(9):1257-1265. (DOI: 10.21475/ajcs.2016.10.09.p7648)

18. Razzaq, K., Singh, Z., Khan, A.S., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Ullah, S. 2015. Role of 1-MCP in regulating ‘Kensington Pride’mango fruit softening and ripening.Plant Growth Regul., pp. 1-11 (DOI 10.1007/s10725-015-0101-7)

19. Munira. S and Khan, S.A.K.U. 2010. Quality Variation among Different Sources of Some Summer Vegetable Seeds in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Seed Science and Technology. 14 (1&2): 27-33.

20.  Khan, S.A.K.U., Munira, S. and Sultana, S. 2009. Effect of seed sources on quality of vegetable seeds. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 4(1&2): 156-160.

21.  Shahiduzzaman, M., Sayed, A.,Khan,S.A.K.U., Islam, M.M. andKabir, M.Y. 2009. Socio-economic characterics and food consumption status of the city dwellers of Khulna. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 4(1&2): 120-124.

22.  M.R. Islam, M.A. Hosain, S.A.K.U. Khan and M.M. Rahman. 2008. Effect of Arsenic on Germination and Seedling Growth of Cauliflower, Onion and Red Amaranth.South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 3(1&2): 11-14.

23.  Khan, H.I., T. Parvin, D. Biswas, M.R.K. Bhuian, M.M. Islam and S.A.K.U. Khan. 2007. Effect of spirulina containing modified N6 medium and 2,4-D on callus induction and subsequent morphogenesis from matured seeds of rice. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 2(1&2): 7-10.

24.  S.A.K.U. Khan, M.M. Haider, A.K.M.K. Islam and M. Ahmed, 2006. Impact of Infrastructural Development and Shrimp Culture on Traditional Agro-Based Rural House Pattern in the Southwestern Regions of Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 1(2): 64-71.

25.  Mannan, M.A., Sabiha Sultana, S.A.K.U., Khan.2006. Evaluation of physical characteristics of some off-season jackfruit germplasms from south-western regions of Bangladesh. KhulnaUniversity Studies. 7(2): 71-76.

26.  M.A. Mannan, M.M. Hasan, M.B. Ahmed, M.R. Amin and S.A.K.U., Khan, 2006. Present status of nurseries and problems confronted by the nursery owners at PhultalaUpazilla of Khulna. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 1(2): 49-54.

27.  M.A. Mannan, S.A.K.U., Khan and M.R. Hasan, 2006. Situation of rooftop gardening in Khulna city. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 1(1): 14-18.

28.  Mannan, M.A., M. M. Islam and S.A.K.U. Khan, 2006.Effects of methods of grafting and age of rootstock on propagation of off-season germplasms of jackfruit, Khulna University Studies, 7(2): 77-82.

29.  S.A.K.U. Khan and R. Ara, 2006. A study on the onion cultivation practices and status of the farmers in South-West Coastal Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 1(1): 44-49.

30.  S.A.K.U. Khan, M.M. Islam and M.A. Mannan, 2006. Studies on the status of onion seed trading in Khulna region. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 1(1): 78-81.

31.  Khan, S.A.K.U, M.S. Ali and S.S. Hasan, 2006. Identification and Use of Indigenous Technical Knowledge by the Farmers in Crop Cultivation. KhulnaUniversity Studies. 7(1): 73-76.

32.  Hoque, M.A., M.S.K.A. Sarkar, S.A.K.U. Khan, M.A.H. Moral and A.K.M. Khurram. 2006. Present Status of Salinity Rise in Sundarban Area and its Effect on Sundari (Heritierafomes) Species. Research Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences. 2(3): 115-121.

33.  Khandakhar, S.M.A.T., M.M. Rahman, M.J. Uddin, S.A.K.U. Khan and K.G. Quddus, 2004. Effect of Lime and Potassium on Uptake of Nutrients by Soil and Tubers in Acid Soils, Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 7 (3): 363-367.

34.  Khandakhar, S.M.A.T., M.M. Rahman, M.J. Uddin, S.A.K.U. Khan and K.G. Quddus. 2004. Effect of Lime and Potassium on Potato Yield in Acid Soil. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 7 (3): 380-383.

35.  M.A. Hoque, K.M.A Sohel, S.A.K.U. Khan and K.S.Z. Mahmud. 2004. An assessment on the impact of natural gas fertilizer factory, Fenchuganj, on the local environment. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 7( 4 ): 529-534.

36.  Islam, M.M., S.A. Wahed and S.A.K.U. Khan. 2004. Studies on callus induction and regeneration from dehusked rice (Oryza sativa L.) seeds. Plant Tissue Culture. 14 (2): 155-160.

37.  Khan, S.A.K.U., Hasan, S.S., Islam, M.N. and C. Basu, 2003. Effect of citric acid, sugar and water on postharvest performances of cut flowers. KhulnaUniversity Studies. 5(2): 79-82.

38.  Islam, M.R., M.A. Mannan, M.M. Rahman and S.A.K.U. Khan. 2003. Genetic variability and correlation studies in bittergourd. KhulnaUniversity Studies. 4 (1): 645-648.

39.  Mannan, M.A., S.A.K.U. Khan, M.R. Islam, M.S. Islam and A. Siddiqa. 2003. A study on the physico-chemical characteristics of some mango varieties in Khulna region. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 6 (24): 2034-2039.

40.  Khan. S.A.K.U. and M.G. Rabbani, 2003. Effect of different substrates on in vivo establishment of in vitro cultured potato plantlets. Khulna University Studies. 4(1): 655-657.

41.  Khan, S.A.K.U, M.N. Islam, M.Y. Kabir and M.M. Islam. 2003. Problem confrontation by the onion growers in the south west coastal area of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education. 15 (1 & 2): 89-93.

42.  Khan, S.A.K.U.2002. Homestead gardening in Bangladesh: Enhancing the Nutritional and Economic Status of the Rural Population. Journal of Bangladesh Studies, Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 900 Wood Road, Kenosha, WI 53141, USA. 4(2): 59-68.

43.  Khan, S.A.K.U, M.M.R. Khan, K.G. Quddus and M.R. Islam, 2002,Seedling Performance of Chilli in Saline Soils. Khulna University Studies. 4 (2): 783-786.

44.  Khan. S.A.K.U. and M.G. Rabbani, 2001. Effect of different media additives on in vitro culture of potato (Solanum tuberosum). Khulna University Studies. 3(1): 441-446.

45.  K. G. Quddus, M. J. Uddin, M. M. Rahman, M. A. Maleque, S. M. A. T. Khandeker and S.A.K.U. Khan, 2001. Evaluation of surface water for irrigation of DighaliaUpazila of Khulna District in Bangladesh. KhulnaUniversity Studies. 3(1): 461-464.

46.  Khan, S.A.K.U and J. Akhter. 2001. Effect of storage containers on long time storage of oinon seeds. Khulna University Studies. 3(2): 593-596.

47.  Quddus, K.G.; M.J. Uddin; S.A.K.U. Khan and M.J. Abedin. 2000. Comparative soil fertility study on Ghior, Gopalpur, Iswardi and Sara series. Khulna University Studies. 2(2): 343-347.

48.  Khan. S.A.K.U. and M.G. Rabbani, 1999. Effect of Preincubation of Tubers on in vitro culture of three potato varieties. Plant Tissue Cult., 9 (1): 1-9.

Papers presented/published in edited conference proceedings:

1. Shawkat, S., Khan, S.A.K.U, Kabir, M.Y. and Ara, R. 2023. Effect of Nitrogenous Fertilizer and Vermicompost on Field Performance of FicuscaricaL.Book of Abstract, International Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4thAgricultural Revolution, held in Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh on 19-20 October, 2023. pp. 101.

2.  Afrin, S., Biswas, A. and Khan, S.A.K.U. 2023. Prospects of Agricultural Resilience in Bangladesh through Hydroponics: A Review, Book of Abstract, International Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4th Agricultural Revolution, held in Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh on 19-20 October, 2023. pp. 104.

3. Ara, R.,Khan, S.A.K.U. and Mannan, M.A.,2023. Modified air layering: an effective way of propagation for teen (Ficus carica), Book of Abstract, International Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4th Agricultural Revolution, held in Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh on 19-20 October, 2023. pp. 56.

4.  Ferdous, J., Munira, S., Dhali, S., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Kabir, A.M., 2023. Improving shelf-life and maintaining quality of mango by using chitosan,Book of Abstract, International Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4th Agricultural Revolution, held in Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh on 19-20 October, 2023. pp. 29.

5. Das, P., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Dash, P.K., 2023. Effects of chitosan and calcium chloride on physico-chemical properties and shelf life of banana at ambient conditions, Book of Abstract, International Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4th Agricultural Revolution, held in Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh on 19-20 October, 2023. pp. 28.

6.   Zaman, N., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Dash, P.K., 2023. Prolonging shelf life and reducing post harvest losses of strawberry using packaging materials and precooling approaches, Book of Abstract, International Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4th Agricultural Revolution, held in Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh on 19-20 October, 2023. pp. 27.

7. Munira, S., Dhali, S., Ferdous, J., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Kabir, M.Y., 2023. Quality and shelf life of mango and banana as influenced by chitin nanofiber, Book of Abstract, International Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture & the 4th Agricultural Revolution, held in Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh on 19-20 October, 2023. pp. 27.

8.  Ara, R., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Islam, M.M., 2019. Farmers’ Perception on Fig (Ficuscarica) Cultivation in Batiaghata and DumuriaUpazilla of Khulna District, the National Seminar on Sustainable Crop and Livestock Farming in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh, organized by Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, on 29th of August 2019.

9. Ara, R., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Islam, M.M., 2020. Farmers’ perception on fig (Ficuscarica) cultivation in Kolaroa and Kaligonjupazilla of Satkhira, the International Seminar on Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development; A Road to SDGs, organized by Bangladesh Agricultural Extension Society (BAES), Dept. of Extension Education, Bangladesh Agricultural Unversity and Sylhet Agricultural university, Bangladesh, held on 23-24 January, 2020, Sylhet Agricultural University.

10.  Ara, R., Khan, S.A.K.U. and Islam, M.M., 2020. Farmers’ perception on fig (Ficuscarica) cultivation in southwest Bangladesh, the 3rd Asian Horticultural Congress 2020, organized by International Society for Horticultural Society (ISHS), held on 15-16 December 2020, Bangkok, Thailand (Webinar).

11.  Ara, R., Khan, S.A.K.U., Adhikary, S.K.,Rabby, M.F., and Shawkat, S., 2021. Potentials of Teen (Ficuscarica) as a Fruit Crop in Coastal Bangladesh, the International Symposium on Coastal Agriculture: Transforming Coastal Zone for Sustainable Food and Income Security, Indian Society of Coastal Agricultural Research (ISCAR) in collaboration with Central Soil Salinity Research Institute (ICAR), held on 16 – 19 March 2021, Canning Town, West Bengal, India(Webinar).

12.  Khan, SAKU, Singh, Z and Payne, A. 2013. Fumigation of 1-Hexylcyclopropene Inhibit Ethylene Production in Climacteric Fruit at Ambient Conditions. ASHS Annual Conference 2013 held in California, USA, from 21 to 25 July 2013.

13.  Munira. S and S.A.K.U. Khan. 2012. Quality Variation among Different Sources of Some Summer Vegetable Seeds in Bangladesh. Third International Seed Conference. Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensing, Bangladesh. Date: 8 February, 2012.

14.  Khan SAKU and J Kearney, 2009. Personal and Socio-economic characteristics, status of fruit and vegetable intake and health related problems of the peoples in arsenic contaminated regions of Bangladesh (This article was presented in the 13th International Conference of the Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health held at Perth, Australia, during 20-22 November 2009).

15.  Khan, S.A.K.U. 2006. Present status of onion bulb and seed production in Khulna region and effect of containers on storability of onion seeds. Khulna University Studies, Special Issue (1st Research cell conference): 89-99.

16.  Mannan, M.A., Islam, K.M.A, Islam, M.R. and Khan, S.A.K.U. 2006. Floral biology of off-season jackfruit in south-west region of Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, Special Issue (1st Research cell conference): 101-107.

17.  Khan, S.A.K.U., Chowdhury, A.H.M.H. and Chakravarty, D.K. 2006, Effect of different packing materials and storage conditions on the shelf life of banana (Amritsagar). Khulna University Studies, Special Issue (1st Research cell conference): 109-114.

18.  M.S. Jahan; S.A.K.U. Khan and M.Y. Ali. 2000. Constraints and prospects of crop cultivation in saline soils of Bangladesh. Proceeding of the National Seminar on Coastal Environment and Energy Resources in Bangladesh (Presented at the National Seminar on Coastal Environment and Energy Resources in Bangladesh, organized by Environmental Science Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, from 8 to 9 December 1998). pp. 29-34.

Compendium:

1.    Khan, S.A.K.U., 2010. Arsenic contamination and fruit and vegetable intake in Bangladesh, VDM Publishing, Germany, 80p.

Industry Paper:

Khan, S.A.K.U. 2002. Forstalling aging and increasing memory. Prantor, A Souvenir on study tour of ’98 batch students of Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University. Pp. 21-23. 

Fundamentals of Horticulture

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