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Dr. Amanullah, PhD (Pak) & Post Doctorate (USA) Personal Information: Name:

Dr. Amanullah

Father Name:

Bahriuloom

Date of Birth:

1st July, 1973 (Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan)

Email:

amanullah@aup.edu.pk

NIC:

15601-1011933-3

Cell:

+92-300-5741363

Postal Address: Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor, Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Crop Production Sciences, 127 Plant Science, The University of Agriculture PeshawarPAKISTAN-25130.

Education: Deg./Cert.

Board/Uni.

Year

Marks

%age/Division

Major

Position

Post Doc

WTAMU

2010

-

-

Dryland Agri. -

PhD

AUP

2004

3.80/4.0

90.38/1st

Agronomy

1st

M.Sc (H)

AUP

1999

4.0/4.0

87.00/1st

Agronomy

1st

B.Sc (H)

AUP

1997

3.93/4.0

84.69/1st

Agronomy

1st

F.Sc

BISE-Pesh

1992

732/1100

66.54/1st

Pre-Eng

1st

S.S.C

BISE-Pesh

1989

554/850

65.17/1st

Science

1st

Additional Qualification: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology form University of Peshawar in 2001-02.

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Awards: 1. Recipient of Bronze Medal in M.Sc (Hons) as stood 3rd in University, 1st in Department of Agronomy and 1st in the Faculty of Crop Production Sciences, 1999. 2. Declared Best Agronomist for 2002-03 by NFC. 3. Recipient of Talent Award 2007 from Swat Student Society, Peshawar University Campus. 4. HEC approved PhD supervisor since 2008. 5. Post Doctoral Merit Fellowship by Higher Education Commission, Pakistan 2009-10. 6. Research Productivity Award 2011-12 by PCST, Islamabad. 7. Research Productivity Award 2012-13 by PCST, Islamabad. 8. Innovative Research Proposal Award 2013 (1st Prize) by DICE at the University of Gujarat, Punjab.

Areas of Interest:  Agronomy  Crop Production  Crop Physiology  Crop Competition  Crop Nutrition  Fertilizer Use Efficiency  Dryland Agriculture

Courses Taught: Under Graduate Courses: 1.

Field Crop Production-I

2.

Field Crop Production-II

3.

Basic Agriculture

4.

General Crop Physiology

5.

Principles of Agronomy

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6.

Crop Management under Stressful Environment

7.

Irrigation Agronomy

8.

Seminar Incharge

Graduate Courses: 1.

Modern Concepts in Agronomy

2.

Principles of Crop Nutrition

3.

Advanced Crop Physiology

4.

Agricultural Research Organizations

5.

Crop-Water Relationship

6.

Recent Advances in Agronomy

7.

Farming and Cropping Systems

Membership in Professional Societies: 1. American Society of Agronomy (ASA) 2. American Crop Science Society (ACSS) 3. Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) 4. Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS, USA) 5. Honor Foreign Member of the Georgian Soil Scientists Society (GSSS) 6. Egyptian Society of Experimental Biology (ESEB) 7. Soil Science Society of Pakistan (SSSP) 8. Pakistan Society of Agronomy (PSA)

Services: 1. Member Board of Studies in Agronomy 2. Member Board of Studies in Plant Breeding & Genetics 3. Working as Director & Advanced Studies and Research (DASAR) nominee in the Board of Studies of various Departments viz. Agriculture Economics, Soil & Environmental Sciences, Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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and Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering etc. 4. Working as Director & Advanced Studies and Research (DASAR) nominee in evaluation of research seminars of various Departments viz. Soil & Environmental Sciences, Plant Breeding & Genetics, and Institute of Business & Management Sciences etc. 5. Worked as member of the seats arrangement committee for Convocation-2012. 6. Worked as Staff Proctor in the University for one year.

Member of Editorial Boards in Peer Reviewed Journals: 1. Journal of Horticulture and Forestry (ISSN:2006-9782) 2. Crop and Environment (Pak Society of Agronomy) 3. International Journal of Agronomy and Plant Production (ISSN:2051-1914) 4. Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (ISSN: 1927-5129)

Reviewer in Journals: 1. Pakistan Journal of Botany 2. Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture 3. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 4. African Journal of Agriculture Research 5. Archives of Agronomy & Soil Science 6. International Research Journal of Agricultural Science 7. African Journal of Biotechnology 8. International Journal for Biotechnology &Molecular Biology Research 9. African Journal of Microbiology Research 10. Legume Research India 11. Plant Research 12. International Journal of Agronomy & Plant Production 13. Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences 14. E Journal of Crop Production 15. Spanish Journal of Agriculture Research Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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16. Sustainability 17. Agricultural and Food Science 18. Revista Cientifica UDO Agricola

Projects Completed: 1. Pak-China collaborative project on “Enhancing Wheat Productivity Under rainfed Conditions” for a period of one year (2005-2006). 2. NWFP-AUP project on “Improving yield and Quality of Maize through Nitrogen Management” for a period of two years (Feb. 2008 to Feb. 2010).

Projects Annual Reports Written: 1. M. Hatam and Amanullah. 1998-99. Collection and evaluation of pulses germplasm in FATA and neglected pockets of NWFP (UGC). 2. M. Hatam and Amanullah. 1999-2000. Collection and evaluation of pulses germplasm in FATA and neglected pockets of NWFP (UGC). 3. M. Hatam and Amanullah. 1998-99. Co-operative research programme of NWFP and PARC. 4. M. Hatam and Amanullah. 1999-2000. Co-operative research programme of NWFP and PARC. 5. M. Hatam and Amanullah. 2000. Adaptive research and demonstration of high fodder summer grass-legume mixture (IUCN). 6. Khan Zada, Amanullah and A. Khan. 2005-06. Enhancing Wheat Productivity Under rainfed Conditions. Pak-China collaborative Project (HEC). 7. Amanullah. 2009. Improving yield and quality of maize genotypes (Local vs. Pioneer-3025) with nitrogen management (N source x N levels). 8. Amanullah and Bob A. Stewart. 2010. Winter (wheat, barley, oats, and rye) and summer (maize, sorghum, and millets) cereals response to water, nutrient and soil management, planting geometries and crop competition” for one year in Texas-USA sponsored by HEC. 9. Amanullah. 2011. Improving yield and quality of maize genotypes (Local vs. Pioneer-3025) with nitrogen management (N source x N levels). Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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Other Advanced Reports Written: 1. Amanullah and Khan Zada. 1998. Water Needs and Water Stress (M.Sc). 2. Amanullah and Aslam Khan. 2000. Crops and Climate Relationship (PhD). 3. Amanullah and Khan Zada. 2000. Evaluation, Scope and Physiology of Mineral Nutrition (PhD). 4. Amanullah and Paigham Shah. 2001. Possibilities of Hybrid vegetables seeds production in NWFP. 5. Amanullah and Paigham Shah. 2001. Standard Deviation and Co-efficient of Variation in Agronomic Characters of Wheat Seed Categories (PhD). 6. Amanullah and Abdur-Rab. 2001. Plants Survival under Drought and Flooding Conditions (Ph.D). 7. Amanullah and M. Tariq. 2001. Mechanisms of Nutrients Absorption by Plants (PhD). 8. Amanullah. 2001. List of Progressive Farmers in NWFP (NFC). 9. Amanullah and Shitab Khan. 2004. Problems of water shortage in Pakistan. 10. Amanullah and Rab Nawaz. 2004. Effect of extent of micro watershed area on wheat yield. 11. Amanullah and M. Asif. 2005. Agro-Technology of sugar crops. 12. Amanullah and Zia-ur-Rahman. 2005. Agro-Technology of major crops. 13. Amanullah and Zakirullah.2007. Importance of phosphorus in crop production. 14. Amanullah and M. T. Jan. 2010. Abstracts on Fertilizer Research in Agronomy 1999-10. 15. Amanullah. 2011. Self Assessment Report of Agronomy 2008-10 (B.Sc). 16. Amanullah. 2011. Self Assessment Report of Agronomy 2008-10 (M.Sc). 17. Amanullah. 2013. Intercropping, organic farming and fertilizer management in field crops production.

Professional Experience: 1. Worked as Research Fellow for 2 years (1994-96) in the project "Collection and evaluation of pulses germplasm in FATA and neglected pockets of NWFP" sponsored b PSF. 2. Worked as Research Fellow for 3 years (1998-2001) in the project "Evaluation and Performance of Clover as Forage Legumes" and "Co-operative Fodder Research Unit" sponsored by PARC. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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3. Worked as Research Fellow for 6 months (summer 2000) in the project (Grass-Legume Mixture) sponsored IUCN. 4. Worked as RESEARCH OFFICER for 3 years (1998-2001) in the project "Collection and Evaluation of Pulses Germplasm in FATA and Neglected Pockets of NWFP” sponsored by UGC. 5. Worked as Field Agronomist (Extension & Outreach Activities), Northern Region (NWFP), in National Fertilizer and Marketing Limited (NFML) since June 11, 2001 to 31 August 31, 2003. 6. Worked as a Lecturer in the Department of Agronomy, NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar since September, 2003 to December 2008. 7. Worked as an Assistant Professor (TTS) in the Department of Agronomy, NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar since January, 2009 to May 2009. 8. Worked as Post Doctorate (Visiting Faculty), Dryland Agriculture Institute, West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas, United States since May 2009 to May 2010. 9. Working as an Assistant Professor (TTS) in the Department of Agronomy, NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar since May 2010 to date.

Computer Trainings: 1. Three months certificate (DOS, Windows, Lotus-123, Word Perfect & FoxPro) from NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar, held from October 01, 1997 to December 30, 1997. 2. Six Weeks course (Windows 97, World 97, Excel 97, Power point and E-mail) from Blue-chip Technologies, Peshawar, held from February 01, 1999 to March 15, 1999. 3. One week training from Peshawar Computers, 7th July to 11th July 2003.

Conferences/Trainings/Workshops Arranged/Organized: 1. “Training of Agriculture Extension Workers” at District Hangu in collaboration with BADP-II from 11-16 November 2005. 2. “Training of Agriculture Extension Officers from Afghanistan” at Peshawar in collaboration with FLAG International held from 17-30 April, 2008. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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3. International conference on “Institutional Linkages for Agriculture Development in Pakistan” an international symposium held at KP Agric. Univ. Peshawar on 20-21 December, 2010. 4. “Training of Agriculture Extension Officers District Swat” at Mingora Swat in collaboration with IRC International held from 08-11 June, 2011. 5. “Promotion of cultivation of high value medicinal and aromatic plants” held at AUP on 6th February, 2012. 6. National seminar on “Recent trends in agronomic strategies for further green revolution” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University Peshawar held on May 02-03, 2012. 7. International conference on “Climate Change: A Challenge for Agriculturists” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, Peshawar- Pakistan, 28-30 May, 2012. 8. FR Peshawar farmers training (area one) arranged on “Intercropping, organic farming and fertilizer management in field crops production” in collaboration with GIZ (DEWA)/P&DUAP held at University of Agriculture Peshawar, 14-16 May, 2013. 9. FR Peshawar farmers training (area two) arranged on “Intercropping, organic farming and fertilizer management in field crops production” in collaboration with GIZ (DEWA)/P&DUAP held at University of Agriculture Peshawar, 18-20 June, 2013. 10. “Provision of Agriculture Training and Inputs to Small Farmers in FR Peshawar” in collaboration with FATA Secretariat Program held on 23rd October to 6th November, 2013.

Oral Presentations in Conferences/Workshops/Trainings: 1.

“Agriculture Extension Workers Training” at District Hangu organized by HIDP in collaboration with BADP-II from 11-16 November 2005.

2. “Maize seed quality as influenced by N rate and timing under low and high densities” at “4th International Conference on Biological Sciences” held at the Tanta University, Tanta-Egypt on 1-2 November, 2006. 3.

“Development of Citrus Production Technology for District Bunir” organized by CABI South Asia International at Swat Regency Hotel, Mingora Swat on 27-29 December, 2006.

4.

“Fodder and Forage Production in NWFP” organized by Directorate of Livestock Research & Development NWFP, Peshawar held at VRI Peshawar on 24-04-2007 to 08-05-2007.

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“Fodder and Forage Production in NWFP” organized by Directorate of Livestock Research & Development NWFP, Peshawar held at VRI Peshawar on 04-16 June, 2007.

6.

“Afghani Extension Trainers Training” at Peshawar held from 17-30 April, 2008.

7. Lectures on agronomic practices delivered to field workers and progressive farmers of District Dir (NWFP) in collaboration with Sarhad Rural Support Programmme (SRSP), held on 21st April, 2009. 8. Presentation on Dryland Management in the workshop arranged for FR Peshawar farmers on wheat production by department of Agronomy AUP, 13 October, 2010. 9. Presentation on “Growth and WUE of summer grasses when grown alone and in various combinations under high and low moisture stress” in the 3rd International Conference on Weed Science held at AUP on 18-20 April, 2011. 10. “Crop Nutrition and Fertilizer Management for Cereal Crops in District Swat” at Mingora Swat in collaboration with IRC International held from 08-11 June, 2011. 11. “Genotypic differences in maize profitability and yield as influenced by different source of N-fertilizers applied at variable rates” in the International Conference on: Prospects and Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture held at Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir on 14-16 July, 2011. 12. “Interactive Effects of K x P on the yield and profitability of sunflower” in the International Conference on: Prospects and Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture held at Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir on 14-16 July, 2011. 13. “Interactive Effects of P timing and levels on the yield and profitability of maize” in the International Conference on Prospects and Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture held at Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir on 14-16 July, 2011. 14. “Cool season C3-grasses differ in shoot: root when applied with different NPK sources” in the 14th Congress of Soil Science on Soil Science: Service to Mankind and Environment held at Expo Centre Lahore, on 12-15 March, 2012. 15. “Genotypic Differences in Maize Profitability “Hybrid” vs. “Local Cultivars” Applied with Variable Rates of Different N fertilizer sources” in the national seminar on “Recent Trends in Agronomic Strategies for Further Green Revolution” held at AUP Peshawar on May 02-03, 2012. 16. “Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture” in International conference on “Climate Change: A Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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Challenge for Agriculturists” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, PeshawarPakistan, 28-30 May, 2012. 17. “Shoot to Root Ratio Differ in Warm Season C4-Cereals when Grown Alone in Pure and Mixed Stands” in 12th National and 3rdInternational Conference of Botany, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan, 1st – 3rd September, 2012. 18. “Agronomic NUE of maize genotypes differ at variable source and rate of nitrogen application on calcareous soils” in International Conference on Crop Management in Changing Climate, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan, 11-13 February, 2013. 19. “Rate and timing of N application influence agronomic NUE of maize grown at low and high densities on calcareous soils” in International Conference on Sustainable Crop Productivity: Threats and Options, Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad, Pakistan, 11-12 April, 2013. 20. Presentations on “Intercropping, organic farming and fertilizer management in field crops production” in FR Peshawar farmers training sponsored by GIZ (DEWA)/P&D-UAP held at The University of Agriculture Peshawar, 14-16 May, 2013. 21. Presentations on “Intercropping, organic farming and fertilizer management in field crops production” in FR Peshawar farmers training sponsored by GIZ (DEWA)/P&D-UAP held at The University of Agriculture Peshawar, 18-20 June, 2013. 22. Presentation on “Dry Matter Accumulation and LER Differ in Maize and Bean with Change in Crop Stand “Mono-cropping vs. Inter-cropping” with and without Compost Application” in the 2nd International Workshop on Dairy Science Park at The University of Agriculture Peshawar, 18-20 November, 2013. 23. Presentation on “Phosphorus and Tillage Management Influence Dry Matter Partitioning And Yield In Maize With and Without Moisture Stress Condition” in the 2nd International Workshop on Dairy Science Park at The University of Agriculture Peshawar, 18-20 November, 2013. 24. Presentation on “Procedures for recording important data in field crop experiments” in the two days training workshop for the research officers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at The University of Agriculture Peshawar, 16-17 December, 2013. 25. Presentation on “Preceding Rice Genotypes, Residual Phosphorus and Zinc Influence Crop Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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Productivity under Rice-Wheat Cropping System” in the 15th International Congress of Soil Science on “Soil Management In Changing Climate” at the NARC, Islamabad, 18-20th March, 2014.

Poster Presentations in Conference: 1. “Agronomic efficiency and profitability of P-fertilizers applied at different planting densities of maize in northwest Pakistan” in International conference on “Climate Change: A Challenge for Agriculturists” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, Peshawar- Pakistan, 28-30 May, 2012. 2. “Phenology, growth, and grain yield of maize as influenced by foliar applied urea at different growth stages” in International conference on “Climate Change: A Challenge for Agriculturists” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, Peshawar- Pakistan, 28-30 May, 2012. 3. “Interactive effects of potassium and phosphorus on phenology and grain yield of sunflower in northwest Pakistan” in International conference on “Climate Change: A Challenge for Agriculturists” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, Peshawar- Pakistan, 28-30 May, 2012. 4. “Rate and Timing of Nitrogen Application Influence Productivity and NUE in Maize Planted at Different Densities in Semiarid Conditions” poster presented at the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) Nitrogen Use Efficiency Conference “Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Crop & Livestock Production Systems: Existing Technical, Economic, & Social Impediments and Future Opportunities” held in Kansas City, MO on August 13-15, 2013.

Conferences/Workshops/Trainings Attended: 1. Training course in Nuclear and other Advanced Techniques in Food & Agricultural Research organized by Nuclear Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Tarnab, Peshawar, 1425 September, 1998. 2. "Mushroom Cultivation Course" organized by the Department of Plant Pathology, NWFP Agric. Univ. Peshawar, 16-17 February, 1999. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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3. "Beekeeping Training Course” organized by the Department of Entomology, Agric. NWFP Univ. Peshawar, 18-20 March, 1999. 4. "Training Of Trainees In Forage Production" organized by IUCN and Faculty of Crop Production Sciences, NWFP Agric. Univ. Peshawar, 13-18 September, 1999. 5. “Seed Production Technology” organized by Directorate of Outreach, NWFP Agric. Univ. Peshawar, 28th June, 2003. 6. National Workshop on “Emerging challenges of Food Security and Open Market Economy” organized by AUTA at Bara Galli on July 23-26, 2004. 7. The 1st international workshop on “Agriculture Research and Methodology” organized by Department of Agronomy in collaboration with British Council and HEC, Peshawar, 6-8 April, 2005. 8. “Staff Development Course” organized by National Academy of Higher Education at NWFP University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, July 18th -August 11th 2005. 9. As a resource person in the “Agriculture Extension Workers Training” at District Hangu organized by HIDP in collaboration with BADP-II from 11-16 November 2005. 10. The 4th International Conference on Biological Sciences held at the Tanta University, TantaEgypt on 1-2 November, 2006 (Oral presentation of paper). 11. “Training of trainers in plant biodiversity” held at the Department of Botany, University of Peshawar on 23-25 November, 2006. 12. The 2nd international workshop on “Agriculture Research and Methodology” organized by Department of Agronomy in collaboration with British Council and HEC on 1 & 4 December, 2006 (Islamabad and Peshawar). 13. “Biodiversity and Weed Science” held at the Department of Weed Science, NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar on 11-16 December, 2006. 14. “Staff Development Course”, organized by HEC at VCR-NWFP Agric. Univ. Peshawar held on Feb. 26 to Mar. 22, 2007. 15. “Web-Based Tools for Plant Science Research” organized by British Council at NWFP Agric. Univ. Peshawar held on 16-19 April, 2007. 16. “Training of Presiding Officers” organized by ECP in collaboration with UNDP at NWFP Agric. Univ. Peshawar held in December, 2007. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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17. “Technical Writing in Plant Sciences” organized by Department of Agronomy in collaboration with HEC at NWFP Agric. Univ. Peshawar held on 10-15 March, 2008. 18. “Great Plains Sorghum Conference” organized by USDA-ARS and Texas AgriLife Research Center Bushland & Amarillo, held at Texas AgriLife Research & Extension Center Amarillo on 10-12Th August, 2009. 19. “Dryland Agriculture Day” organized by Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, held at Southwest Research-Extension Centre, Tribune-Kansas on 20th August, 2009. 20. “Conservation Farming System in China” organized by Dryland Agriculture Institute, West Texas A&M Univ. held on 4th September, 2009. 21. "Footprints in the Landscape - Sustainability through Plant and Soil Sciences" ASA-CSSASSSA International Annual Meetings held at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 1-5, 2009. 22. “Significance of Planting Geometries on Growth, Yield and WUE of Corn and Sorghum in Great Plains” organized by Dryland Agriculture Institute, West Texas A&M University, December 15, 2009. 23. “Students Research Poster Competition, 2010 Texas A&M AgriLife Conference” held at A&M University, College Station, January 11-12, 2010. 24. National Workshop on “Technological Interventions for food and Environment” organized by AUTA at Bara Galli, Abbottabad on June 28 to July 02, 2010. 25. “Development of Sustainable and Collaborative Research Network” organized by Agronomy, KPK AUP in collaboration with British Council and HEC, September 29-30, 2010. 26. “Institutional Linkages for Agriculture Development in Pakistan” an international symposium held at KP Agric. Univ. Peshawar on 20-21 December, 2010. 27. Attended the 3rd International Weed Science Conference held at AUP on 18-20 April, 2011. 28. Attended International Conference on: Prospects and Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture” held at Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir on 14-16 July, 2011. 29. Attended the one week training course on: Natural Resource Management through Community Participation held at Pakistan Academy for Rural Development (PARD), Peshawar on September 26 to 01 October, 2011. 30. Attended the one day training workshop on: Higher Education Quality Assessment held at Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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Agricultural University Peshawar on December 13, 2011. 31. Attended a one day seminar on: Promotion of cultivation of high value medicinal and aromatic plants held at AUP on 6th February, 2012. 32. Attended the two days workshop on: Project Formulation by Pakistan Science Foundation held at AUP on 6th February, 2012. 33. Attended the 14th Congress of Soil Science on Soil Science: Service to Mankind and Environment held at Expo Centre Lahore, on 12-15 March, 2012. 34. Attended the national seminar on “Recent trends in agronomic strategies for further green revolution” held at AUP Peshawar on May 02-03, 2012. 35. Attended International workshop on “Ensuring Food Security through Prevention of Biodiversity Loss” held at COMSTECH, Islamabad on 18-20 April, 2012. 36. Attended the International conference on “Climate Change: A Challenge for Agriculturists” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, Peshawar- Pakistan, 28-30 May, 2012. 37. Attended the 12th National and 3rdInternational Conference of Botany 1st – 3rd September 2012, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan. 38. Attended One Day Seminar on Research Projects funded by Directorate of Science and Technology “DoST” under Pilot Research Studies (PRS) at Archive Library Peshawar on 17th January, 2013. 39. Attended the International Conference on Crop Management in Changing Climate, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan, 11-13 February, 2013. 40. Attended the International Conference on Sustainable Crop Productivity: Threats and Options, Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad, Pakistan, 11-12 April, 2013. 41. Attended the 2nd International Workshop on Dairy Science Park at The University of Agriculture Peshawar, 18-20 November, 2013. 42. Attended the training on “Data Analysis Techniques for Crop, Animal and Social Sciences” at The University of Agriculture Peshawar, February 6th, 2014. 43. Attended 15th International Congress of Soil Science on “Soil Management In Changing Climate” at the NARC, Islamabad, 18-20th March, 2014. 44. Attended the workshop on Climate Change at Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkwa arranged by InterCooperation on 27-28 March, 2014. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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Students Supervised: PhD students supervised: 1. Sajjad Khan. 2013. Integrated use of organic and inorganic fertilizers in wheat and their residual effect on subsequent mungbean (Agronomy/Co-Supervisor). 2. Inamullah. 2014. Phosphorus and Zinc management for rice under rice-wheat cropping system (Agronomy/Major Supervisor)

PhD Students in Progress: 3. M. Khalid. 2010. G x E interaction, comparison of plant and ratoon performance, molecular and morphological characterization in sugarcane (PBG) 4. Riaz Ahmad Afridi. 2011. Weed management in wheat through Allelopathic water extracts in combination with low rates of synthetic herbicides (Weed Science). 5. Hidayatullah. 2011. Organic and inorganic nitrogen management for rice under wheat-rice cropping system in Malakand (Major Supervisor) 6. M. Anees Afser. 2012. Enhancing maize productivity through various levels of nitrogen and sulphur (Agronomy). 7. Khalid Ali. 2012. Crop life cycle, residues management and nitrogen effect on Canola (Agronomy).

M. Sc (H) Students Supervised (Major Advisor): 1. I. Shah. 2005. Increasing wheat yield through N management and tillage system. 2. A. Rehman.2006. Effect of Zn levels on the yield and yield components of corn hybrids. 3. M. Zakirullah. 2007. Effect of phosphorus levels and timings on the yield of maize. 4. M. Asif. 2007. Effect of phosphorus sources and plant population on the growth and yield of maize. 5. M. Hassan. 2008. Growth dynamics, yield and seed composition of Brassica species as influenced by K and S combination. 6. Mir Wali. 2009. Effect of sources and timings of potassium application on the yield and quality Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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of sunflower (Afghanistan). 7. Muhammad Ilyas. 2013. Foliar Zn and B management for wheat under irrigated and rainfed conditions. 8. Imran Khan. 2013. Maize growth and yield as affected by nitrogen, compost and tillage systems. 9. Majidullah. 2013. Growth and yield of mungbean as affected by phosphorus levels and tillage systems under irrigated and unirrigated conditions. 10. Siddique Khan. 2013. Wheat growth and yield response to phosphorus and beneficial microorganisms under full and limited irrigation conditions.

M.Sc (H) Students Supervised (Co-Advisor): 1. Obedullah Khan. 2004. Effect of seed size on the growth and yield of corn hybrids (Agronomy). 2. Abdul Aziz. 2004. Effect of different seed categories on yield, yield components and seed quality of wheat (Agronomy). 3. M. Tariq Ayaz. 2005. Effect of N and irrigation on sugar beet production (Agronomy). 4. Manzoor Ahmad. 2006. Soil Evaluation of Kapoor Dheri Farm for Crop Production (S&ES). 5. Zahid Usman Khan. 2007. Fertility evaluation of manure treated soils of village Nasooq, Skardu (S&ES). 6. Muhammad Anwar. 2008. Evaluation of summer fodder crops at Peshawar (Agronomy). 7. Riaz Ahmad Afridi. 2008. Allelopathic effects of rice straw on different weeds and crops (W. Science). 8. Abdul Raziq Shah. 2009. Effectof priming on okra with different sources at various soaking durations (Hort./N. Ara) 9. Nasim Ahmad. 2010. Performance of sweet orange varieties buded on citrus bigrade rootstock at Sherkhana Malakand (Hort./ M. Zubair). 10. Paras Khan. 2011. Response of Quisqualis indica cutting to different environmental conditions and planting dates (Hort.)

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11. Zakaria. 2011. Effect of different dates and grafting techniques on the propagation of mango (Mangifera indica L.) (Hort./ S. Muhammad) 12. Liaqat Shah. 2011. Evaluation of testcrosses for grain yield and related traits in maize variety Azam (PBG/Hidayat Sahib, thesis completed). 13. Asif Ali. 2011. Line x Tester Analysis for grain yield and related traits in maize variety Sarhad White (PBG/Hidayat Sahib). 14. Rahamdad Khan. 2011. Weed control efficiency of bioherbicides and their impact on growth and yield of wheat (W. Science/A. Khan). 15. Bilal Ahmad. 2011. Organic production of pea cultivars at Peshawar (Horticulture/Sajid). 16. Ayesha Iqbal. 2011. Effect of media and cuttings types on growth of gardenia (Hort./S.Muhammad) 17. Ibrar Ali. 2012. Performance of different tomatoes cultivars under organic and inorganic regimes (Hort./Mateen). 18. M. Ali. 2012. Performance of exotic tulip cultivars under agro-climatic condition of Peshawar (Hort./Mateen). 19. Muneer Rehman. 2012. Performance of citrus rootstocks in different potting media under screen-house conditions (Hort./A. Rab). 20. Shadman. 2012. Performance of top crosses for grain yield and yield associated traits in maize variety Shaheen (PBG/Hidayat-ur-Rehamn) 21. Aaqil Khan. 2012. Effect of N sources on the production of wheat varieties (Agronomy/Ahmad Khan). 22. Khush Bakht. 2012. Heritability and genetic advance in wheat using F2 segregating population (PBG/G. Hassan) 23. Muhammad Ilyas. 2012. Effects of different stuckling size and P levels on seed production in carrot (Daucus carota L.) (Hort./G. Ayub). 24. Kashif Hayat. 2013. Effect of N inhibitors on the growth, yield and yield components of wheat (Agronomy/A. Zaman Khan). 25. Gulzarullah. 2013. Effect of various K levels on growth and development of different gladiolus cultivars. (Hort./G. Ayub).

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26. Rashid Zaman. 2013. Response of wheat productivity to nitrogen and weed management (Agronomy/Ahmad Khan). 27. Rizwanullah. 2013. Effect of zinc and boron as foliar application on growth and yield of tomato (Lycopersiocon esculeantum L.) (Hort./G. Ayub). 28. Zainul Abideen. 2013. Comparison of crop water requirement of traditional and hybrid maize varieties (WAMA/T. Sarwar). 29. Muhammad Arshad. 2013. Effect of urease and nitrification inhibitors on wheat yield (SES/Z. Shah). 30. Anees Kanwal. 2013. Relationship of nitrogen mineralization with important soil properties in FR Peshawar (SES/Z. Shah). 31. Saleha Tawab. 2013. Response of Brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) cultivars to Zn levels (Hort./G. Ayub). 32. Rooshan Zeb. 2013. Response of radish cultivars to phosphorus levels (Hort./G. Ayub). 33. Naseem Khan. 2013. Assesment of soil and plants for chromium concentration in the basin of chromite hills in lower malakand (SES/Z. Shah). 34. Habibullah. 2013. Performance of S5 lines in test crosses for yield and yield related traits in maize variety Azam (PBG/H. Rahman). 35. Nusrat Hussain. 2014. Increasing efficiency of NPK with humic acid application on yield and nutrients uptake of wheat (SES/M. Afzal). 36. Nadar Khan. 2014. Genotypic response of F4:8 bread wheat lines to irrigated versus rainfed environment (PBG/Fida Mohammad).

B.Sc. (H) Students Supervised (Major Advisor): 1. Shitab Khan. 2004. Comparison of winter cereals under moisture stress conditions of Peshawar. 2. Rab Nawaz Khan. 2004. Effect of water harvesting techniques on wheat productivity. 3. M. Asif. 2005. Yield of spring maize as affected by levels and timings of potassium application. 4. Zia-ur-Rehman. 2005. Effect of different levels of N on the yield and nicotine content of rustica tobacco. 5. M. Zubair. 2006. Estimation of phosphorus concentration in soil, grain and straw of wheat. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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6. Akbar Khan. 2006. Performance of cowpea genotypes at higher altitude of NWFP (Swat). 7. M. Ijaz Khan. 2006. Performance of mungbean varieties under different tillage systems in dry condition. 8. Muhammad Yasir. 2006. Growth and yield of maize as influenced by foliar application of nitrogen. 9. Intisab Alam. 2007. Agriculture extension activities in district Charsadda. 10. Waqar Ali. 2009. Impact of N source and levels on growth analysis of maize genotypes. 11. Ashraf Ali. 2010. Impact of N source and levels on Economic analysis of maize genotypes. 12. M. Azam Khan. 2011. Growth and yield response of maize to foliar N, P and K combination. 13. Shah Fahad Bashir. 2011. Interactive effects of N x S on the growth, dry matter partitioning and yield of maize. 14. Arsalan Zahid. 2012. Growth and yield of maize as affected by phosphorus levels and tillage systems under irrigated and un-irrigated conditions. 15. Faisal Khan. 2012. Growth and yield of maize and common bean grown alone and mixed stands with and without compost application. 16. Irfanullah. 2013. Growth and yield of maize as affected by foliar zinc and potassium application. 17. Ibrahim. 2013. Dry matter partitioning of maize as affected by foliar zinc and potassium application

Academic Research: B.Sc (Hons):  Amanullah and M. Hatam. 1996-97. Evaluation of Winter Pulses Germplasm Collected From FATA and Neglected Pockets of NWFP (Chickpea, Lentil & Peas).

M.Sc (Hons):  Amanullah and M. Hatam. 1998-99. Performance and Distinguishing Characters of Promising Summer Pulses Germplasm (Cowpea, Mungbean & Blackbean).

PhD:  Amanullah and Paigham Shah. 2004. Physiology, Partitioning of Assimilates and Yields of Maize as Affected by Plant Density, Rate and Time of Nitrogen Application (PhD Thesis). Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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 Amanullah and Paigham Shah. 2003. Forage Potential of Vetch and Berseem Varieties at Peshawar (Special Problem, PhD).  Amanullah and Paigham Shah. 2003. Growth Characters and Productivity of Forage Oats Varieties at Peshawar (Special Research Topics, PhD).

Post Doctorate (Amanullah and B.A. Stewart, 2009-2010):  Effect of planting geometries on growth, water use efficiency and yield of corn under different moisture levels.  Effect of planting geometries on growth, water use efficiency and yield of grain sorghum under different moisture levels.  Root: Shoot Ratio, WUE and growth of Four Winter Grasses (Wheat, Barley, Rye and Oats) grown alone and in Various Combination Under low and high water levels.  Root: Shoot Ratio, WUE and growth of Three Summer Grasses (Corn, Sorghum and Millets) Grown Alone and in Various Combination Under low and high water levels.  Comparative Root: Shoot ratio and growth performance of wheat vs. rye grown on different soil types.  Effect of N and P toxicity on Root: Shoot ratio and other characters of oats (Avena sativa L.).  Comparison in Root: Shoot ratio and other characters of winter cereals (wheat, rye, barley and oats) applied with different NPK sources.

Publications: Editor of Books: 1. Common Bean: The unexploited but the potential crop in northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, Nov. 2010 (ISBN-10: 1456319116 & ISBN-13: 978-1456319113).

Editor of Proceedings: 1. International Conference on “Climate Change: A Challenge for Agriculturist” held on May 28-30, 2012 at Peshawar, Pakistan. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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Papers Published in Proceedings of International Conferences: 1.

Maize grain yield and quality as influenced by plant density, rate and timing of nitrogen application. Proceedings of the 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, held at Tanta University, Tanta, Egypt, from 01 to 02 November, 2006, pp: 159-164.

2.

Response of wheat to farmyard manure, potash and zinc under irrigated cropping pattern. Proceedings of the 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, held at Tanta University, Tanta, Egypt, from 01 to 02 November, 2006, pp:165-170.

3.

Phenology, growth and yield of spring Maize as affected by levels and timings of potassium application. Proceedings of the Soil Science Society Symposium: ACHIEVING MILLENNIUM GOALS THROUGH WISE SOIL MANAGEMENT held at Peshawar on 20-22 October, 2008.

4.

Effects of P-Fertilizer Source and Plant Density on Growth and Yield of Maize in Northwestern Pakistan. Proceedings of CIEC 17th International Symposium: PLANT NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT UNDER STRESS CONDITIONS held at Cairo, Egypt on 24-27 November, 2008.

5.

Partial factor productivity, agronomic efficiency and economic analysis of maize as influenced by nitrogen application at low and high density. Proceedings of the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION, Annual Meeting, held January 31-Feb 3, 2009, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (URI: http://purl.umn.edu/46747).

6.

Effects of Macronutrients on Seed Quality and Profitability Analysis of Sunflower Production in Northwest Pakistan. Proceedings of the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION, Annual Meeting, held on 6-9 February, 2010, Orlando, Florida, USA (http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/56437/2/amanSAEA10.pdf).

7.

Genotypic Differences In Maize Profitability “Hybrid Vs Local Cultivars” Applied with Variable Rates of Different Nitrogenous Fertilizer Sources. ASA, CSSA & SSSA 2010 International Annual Meeting, held on October 31 to November 04, 2010, Long Beach California, USA(http://a-c-s.confex.com/crops/2010am/webprogram/Paper57577.html).

8.

“Interactive effects of potassium and phosphorus on phenology and grain yield of sunflower in northwest Pakistan” in International conference on “Climate Change: A Challenge for Agriculturists” at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University, Peshawar- Pakistan, 28-30 May, 2012.

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9.

“Shoot: root differs in warm season C4-cereals when grown alone in pure and mixed stands under low and high water levels” in the 12th National and 3rdInternational Conference of Botany at Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan, 1st – 3rd September 2012.

10. “Agronomic

NUE of maize genotypes differ at variable source and rate of nitrogen

application on calcareous soils” in International Conference on Crop Management in Changing Climate, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan, 11-13 February, 2013. 11. “Rate

and timing of N application influence agronomic NUE of maize grown at low and

high densities on calcareous soils” in International Conference on Sustainable Crop Productivity: Threats and Options, Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad, Pakistan, 11-12 April, 2013.

A: Publications in Impact Factor Journals (51): A1: International Journals with Impact Factor (29): 1.

Amanullah, A. Khan, A. A. Khan, M. Fayaz, P. Shah and K. Zada. 2008. Evaluation of Barley Genotypes Under Water Stress Condition Planted at Different Seeding Rates. Crop Research (India). 36: 37-41.

2.

Amanullah, R. A. Khattak and S. K. Khalil. 2009. Effects of plant density and N on phenology and yield of maize. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 32(2): 246-260.

3.

Rehman, S., S.K. Khalil, A. Rahman and Amanullah. 2009. Micro-watershed enhances rain water use efficiency, phenology and productivity of wheat under rainfed condition. Soil &Tillage Research. 104: 82-87.

4.

Amanullah and Muhammad Asif. 2009. Effects of P-fertilizer source and plant density on growth and yield of maize in Northwestern Pakistan. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 32(12): 20802093.

5.

Amanullah, M. Yasir, A. Z. Khan and M. Tariq Jan. 2010. Phenology, growth, and grain yield of maize as influenced by foliar applied urea at different growth stages. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 33(1): 71-79.

6.

Amanullah and P. Shah. 2010. Timing and rate of nitrogen application influence grain quality and yield in maize planted at high and low densities. J. Sci. Food & Agric. 15(1): 21-29.

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Amanullah, L.K. Almas and P. Shah. 2010. Timing and rate of nitrogen application influence

7.

profitability of maize planted at low and high densities in Northwest Pakistan. Agronomy Journal: 102(2): 575-579. Tariq, M., A. Akbar, Lataf-ul-Haq and Amanullah. 2010. Comparing Application Methods for

8.

Boron-Fertilizer on the Yield and Quality of Tobacco. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 41: 15251537. Usman, K., S.K. Khalil, A.Z. Khan, I.H. Khalil, A. Khan, and Amanullah. 2010. Tillage and

9.

herbicide impact on weed control and wheat yield under rice-wheat cropping system in Northwestern Pakistan. Soil and Tillage Research. 110: 101-107. 10.

Amanullah and Mir Wali. 2010. Interactive Effects of Potassium and Phosphorus Application on Phenology and Grain Yield of Sunflower in Northwest Pakistan. Pedosphere. 20: 674-680.

11.

Amanullah, M. Zakirullah, and S.K. Khalil. 2010. Timing and rate of P application influence maize phenology, yield and profitability in Northwest Pakistan. Int. J. Plant Production. 4(4): 281-292.

12.

Amanullah and P. Shah. 2011. Nitrogen Rates and Its Time of Application Influence Dry Matter Partitioning and Grain Yield in Maize Planted At Low and High Densities. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34: 224-242.

13.

Jan, A., and Amanullah. 2011. Wheat response to farm yard manure and nitrogen fertilization under moisture stress conditions. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34: 732-742.

14.

Amanullah and Hassan. 2011. Rape vs. mustard phenology and seed quality response to K x S application. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34: 1175-1185.

15.

Amanullah and Hassan. 2011. Rape vs. mustard yield and yield components response to K x S

application. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34: 1164-1174. 16.

Amanullah and Mir Wali. 2011. Interactive Effect of Potassium and Phosphorus on Grain Quality and Profitability of Sunflower in Northwest Pakistan. Pedosphere. 21: 532-538.

17.

Naila Chand and Amanullah. 2011. Immunomodulatory and hepatoprotective role of feed added Berberis lycium in broiler chicks. J. Sci. Food & Agric. 91: 1737-1745.

18.

Khalil and ‌ Amanullah. 2011. Foliar boron enhances leaf chlorosis and does not affect

pecan production and nut quality. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34: 1811-1819.

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19.

Amanullah Jan and Amanullah. 2012. Mungbean Response to Tillage Systems and Phosphorus Management under Moisture Stress Condition. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 35(1): 21-33.

20.

Amanullah Jan and Amanullah. 2012. Chickpea Response to Tillage Systems and Phosphorus

Management under Dryland Condition. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 35(1): 64-70. Amanullah, M. Asif and L.K. Almas. 2012. Agronomic efficiency and profitability of P-

21.

fertilizers applied at different planting densities of maize in Northwest Pakistan. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 35: 331-341. Zahir Shah and Amanullah. 2013. Soil amendments and seed priming influence nutrients

22.

uptake, soil properties, yield and yield components of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in alkali soils. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 59: 262-270. Hidayatullah, Amanullah, A. Jan and Z. Shah. 2013. Residual effect of organic nitrogen

23.

sources applied to rice on the subsequent wheat crop. International Journal of Agronomy and Plant Production. 4: 620-631. 24.

Amanullah and B.A. Stewart. 2013. Dry matter partitioning, growth analysis and water use efficiency response of oats (Avena sativa L.) to excessive nitrogen and phosphorus application. J. Agr. Sci. Technology. 15: 479-489.

25.

Manzoor A., M.J. Khan and Amanullah. 2013. Response of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to Phosphorus Application in Different Soils Series Having Diverse Lime Content. International Journal of Agronomy and Plant Production. 4: 915-927.

26.

Amanullah Jan, M.B. Osman and Amanullah. 2013. Response of chickpea to nitrogen sources

under salinity stress. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 36: 1373-1382. 27.

Amanullah Jan, M. Wasim and Amanullah. 2013. Interactive effects of zinc and nitrogen

application on wheat growth and grain yield. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 36: 1506-1520. 28.

Shad Khan Khalil‌.and Amanullah. 2014. Water harvesting through micro-watershed for improved production of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in semiarid region of Northwest, Pakistan. Soil and Tillage Research. 138: 85–89.

29.

Amanullah. 2014. Source and rate of nitrogen application influence agronomic N-use efficiency and harvest index in maize (Zea mays L) genotypes. Maydica. 59: 80-89.

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A2: Pakistani Journals with Impact Factor (22): 1. Asim, M., S.K. Khalil, A.Z. Khan, I.H. Khalil and Amanullah. 2009. Nutritional quality and production of soybean land races and improved varieties as affected by planting dates. Pak. J. Botany. 41(2): 683-689. 2. Amanullah, P. Shah and K.B. Marwat. 2009. Nitrogen levels and its time of application influence leaf area, height and biomass of maize planted at low and high density. Pak. J. Botany. 41(2): 761-768. 3. Khalil, S.K and Amanullah. 2010. Utilization of allelopathy and planting geometry for weed management and dry matter production of maize. Pak. J. of Bot. 42(2): 791-803. 4. Khalil, S.K., Shitab Khan, A.Z. Khan and Amanullah. 2010. Seed priming and phosphorus application enhance phenology and dry matter production of wheat. Pak. J. of Botany. 42(3): 1849-1856. 5. Shah, Z., H. Rahman and Amanullah. 2010. Tillage and residue impacts on microbial biomass and soil C and N dynamics under different cropping systems. Pak. J. Botany 42(3): 1969-1976. 6. Amanullah and M. Asif. 2010. Impacts of planting density and P-fertilizer source on the growth analysis of maize. Pakistan. J. Botany. 42(4): 2349-2357. 7. Amir Zaman Khan, P. Shah, and‌ Amanullah. 2010. Vigor tests used to rank seed lot quality and predict field emergence in wheat. Pakistan J. Botany. 42(5): 3147-3155. 8. Khalil, S.K., Amir Zaman Khan, and‌ Amanullah. 2010. Phenology, leaf area index and grain yield of rainfed wheat influenced by organic and inorganic fertilizer. Pakistan J. Botany. 42(5): 3671-3685. 9. Amanullah and M. Zakirullah. 2010. Levels and time of phosphorus application Influence growth, dry matter partitioning and harvest index in maize. Pakistan J. Botany. 42(6): 40514061. 10. Amanullah and M. Asim. 2011. Evaluation of common bean germplasm collected from the neglected pockets of Northwest Pakistan at Kalam (Swat). Pakistan J. Botany. 43(1): 213-219. 11. Amir Zaman Khan, S. Nigar and Amanullah. 2011. Seed quality and vigor of soybean cultivars as influenced by canopy temperature. Pak. J. of Botany 43(1): 643-648. 12. Shad K. Khalil, Paridoon K., and Amanullah. 2011. Dual purpose wheat for forage and grain yield in response to cutting, seed rate and nitrogen. Pak. J. of Botany 43(2): 937-947. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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13. Nawab, K., and Amanullah. 2011. Impact of integrated nutrient management on growth and grain yield of wheat under irrigated cropping system. Pak. J. of Botany 43(4): 1943-1947. 14. Amir Zaman Khan and‌Amanullah. 2011. Morphology and yield of soybean grown on allophanic soils as influenced by synthetic zeolite application. Pak. J. of Botany 43(4): 20992107. 15. Amanullah and Shitab Khan. 2011. Performance of high yielding wheat and barley cultivars under moisture stress. Pak. J. of Botany 43(4): 2143-2145. 16. Khalid Nawab and Amanullah. 2011. Effect of FYM, K and Zn on phenology and grain yield of wheat under rainfed cropping pattern. Pak. J. of Botany 43(5): 2391-2396. 17. Zahir Shah ‌ and Amanullah. 2012. Survey of citrus orchards for micronutrients deficiency in Swat Valley of North Western Pakistan. Pak. J. of Botany 44(2): 705-710. 18. Amanullah and B.A. Stewart. 2013. Shoot: root differs in warm season C4-cereals when grown alone in pure and mixed stands under low and high water levels. Pak. J. of Botany 45(Special Issue): 83-90. 19. Amanullah Jan and Amanullah. 2013. Preceding Cropping and Nitrogen Effects on the Performance of Rainfed Wheat. Int. J. Agric. Biol. 15: 553-58. 20. H. Rahman....and Amanullah. 2013. Line x tester analysis for grain yield and yield related traits in maize variety sarhad white. Pak. J. of Botany 45(Special Issue): 383-387. 21. Amanullah, Hidayatullah, Amanullah Jan, and B.A. Stewart. 2013. Growth dynamics and leaf characteristics in oats (Avena sativa L.) differ at excessive nitrogen and phosphorus application. Pakistan. J. Bot. 45(3): 853-863. 22. Asim Muhammad, S.K. Khalil, A.Z. Khan, and Amanullah. 2013. Growth analysis of indigenous soybean land races. Pakistan J. Bot. 45(3): 941-949.

B: Publications in Journals without Impact Factor (40): B1: International Journals without IF (10): 1.

Khattak, K.M., M. Hatam and Amanullah. 1999. Effect of planting dates and planting geometry on the yield of faba bean. FABIS, ICARDA, Allepo Syria. 42: 26-28.

2.

Nawab, K., Amanullah and A. Ali. 2006. Response of wheat to farmyard manure, potash and

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zinc under rain fed cropping pattern. Middle-East J. of Scientific Research. 1(1): 1-9. 3.

Amanullah, M. Asif, Z. Shah and M. Hassan. 2007. Potassium effects on the yield and yield components of maize in Northwest Pakistan. Annals of Agrarian Science. 5(4): 13-17.

4.

Amanullah, M.J. Hassan, K. Nawaba and A. Ali. 2007. Response of SLA, LAI and LAR of Maize as affected by plant density, rate and timing of nitrogen application. World Applied Sciences Journal. 2(3): 235-243. (ISI, CABI, FSTA, DOAJ).

5.

Muhammad Asif and Amanullah. 2007. Phenology, Leaf Area and Yield of Spring Maize (cv. Azam) as affected by Levels and Timings of Potassium Application. World Applied Sciences Journal. 2(4): 299-303. (ISI, CABI, FSTA, DOAJ).

6.

Gohar A., M. Sajid and Amanullah. 2007. Response of Dhalia to different levels of N alone and in combination with constant doses of P and K. American-Eurasian J of Sustainable Agriculture. 1(1): 25-31.

7.

Amanullah, H. Rahman, Z. Shah and P. Shah. 2008. Effects of plant density and N on growth dynamics, light interception and yield of maize. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science. 54(4): 401-411.

8.

Tariq, M., Rafiullah and Amanullah. 2008. Boron-Manganese Interactions on the Availability of each to Maize Crop. Annals of Agrarian Science. 6(2): 28-32.

9.

Amanullah and Z. Rehman. 2008. Effects of nitrogen on the yield and quality of snuff tobacco (Nicotiana rustica L.). Yemeni J. Biol. Science. 4(2): 251-258.

10.

Amanullah and A. Khan. 2010. Performance of wheat cultivars sown at different seeding rates under moisture stress conditions. Arc. Agron. & Soil Sci. 56(1): 99-105.

B2: Pakistani Journals without IF (30): 1.

Ahmad, N., M. Hatam and Amanullah. 1999. Evaluation and characterization of mung bean germplasm collected from FATA and neglected pockets of NWFP. Sarhad J. of Agric. 15(6): 531-534.

2.

Ahmad, N., M. Hatam and Amanullah. 2000. Evaluation and characterization of cowpea germplasm collected from FATA and neglected pockets of NWFP. Sarhad J. of Agric. 16(1): 0711.

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3.

Ahmad, N., M. Hatam and Amanullah. 2000. Evaluation and characterization of black bean germplasm collected from FATA and neglected pockets of NWFP. Sarhad J. of Agric. 16(3): 247-251.

4.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Yield potential of cowpea germplasm. Pak. J. of Bio. Sciences. 3(5):

858-861.

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Inf.

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www.fao.org/agris/search) 5.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Forage potential of three promising cowpea germplasm at different cutting stages. Sarhad J. of Agric. 16(2): 131-134. (Int. Inf. Sys. For Agri. Sci. and Tech. Record: 2002000534)

6.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Correlation between grain yield and agronomic parameters in mung bean. Pak. J. of Bio. Sciences. 3(8): 1242-1244. (Int. Inf. Sys. For Agri. Sci. and Tech. Record: 20000000374)

7.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Performance and distinguishing characters of promising mung bean germplasm. Sarhad J. of Agric. 16(3): 259-268. (Int. Inf. Sys. For Agri. Sci. and Tech. Record: 2001000051)

8.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Performance and distinguishing characters of promising cowpea germplasm. Sarhad J. of Agric. 16(4): 365-375. (Int. Inf. Sys. For Agri. Sci. and Tech. Record: 2001000426)

9.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Performance and distinguishing characters of promising black bean germplasm. Sarhad J. of Agric. 16(5): 467-476.

10.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Grain yield potential of lentils germplasm. Pak. J. of Bio. Sciences. 3(10): 1553-1555 (Asian Science Citation Index-ASCI: No. 6618).

11.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Yield potential of black bean germplasm. Pak. J. of Bio. Sciences. 3(10): 1571-1573 (Asian Science Citation Index-ASCI: No. 6623).

12.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2000. Performance and nodulation efficiency of soybean cultivars. Pak. J. of Bio. Sciences. 3(10): 1822-1823. (Int. Inf. Sys. For Agri. Sci. and Tech. Record: 2000000714)

13.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2001. Performance of vegetable soybean germplasm under Peshawar Valley conditions. Sarhad J. of Agric. 17(1): 27-31. (Int. Inf. Sys. For Agri. Sci. and Tech. Record: 2002000227)

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14.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2001. Evaluation of chickpea germplasm under Peshawar Valley conditions. Sarhad J. of Agric. 17(3): 311-315.

15.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2001. Correlation between grain yield and agronomic parameters in black bean. Sarhad J. of Agric. 17(3): 317-320.

16.

Amanullah and M. Hatam. 2001. Grain yield potential of garden pea germplasm. On Line. J. of Bio. Sciences. 1(4): 242-244 (Asian Science Citation Index-ASCI: No. 4953).

17.

M. Hatam and Amanullah. 2002. Grain yield potential of field pea germplasm. Asian J. of Agric. Plant Sciences. 1(2): 180-181(Asian Science Citation Index-ASCI: No. 2418).

18.

Amanullah, P. Shah and K. Zada. 2004. Growth characters and productivity of forage oats varieties at Peshawar. Sarhad J. of Agric. 20(1): 5-10 (CAB AC No.20043070338, www.cababstractsplus.org)

19.

Amanullah, A. Khan and Sahib Alam. 2004. Forage potential of millet varieties at Peshawar. Pak. J. of Soil Science. 23(3-4): 64-67.

20.

Amanullah, A. Khan, S. Alam and H. Khan. 2005. Performance of barseem varieties at Peshawar. Sarhad J. of Agric. 21(3): 317-321 (CAB AC No. 20053185874).

21.

Amanullah, A. Khan and H. Khan. 2005. Forage potential of vetch varieties at Peshawar. Sarhad J. of Agric. 21(3): 323-325 (CAB AC No. 20053185875).

22.

Hakim K., M. Bashir and Amanullah. 2005. Performance of full-season soybean varieties at Mansehra. Sarhad J. of Agric. 21(3): 327-329.

23.

Hakim K., M. Bashir and Amanullah. 2005. Evaluation of mid-season soybean varieties at Mansehra. Sarhad J. of Agric. 21(4): 531-533.

24.

Khan, A. A., Amanullah and M. Sharif. 2005. Effect of V (A) mycorrihizal fungi on the growth of green gram under saline condition. Pak. J. of Plant Science. 11(2): 119-125.

25.

Amanullah, Asad Ali and Khalid Nawab. 2006. Performance of common bean germplasm at Kalam-Swat. Pak. J. of Bio. Sci. 9(14): 2642-2646.

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Nisar A., Amanullah and Tahir Jamal. 2007. Effect of seed soaking in nitrogen, phosphorus and herbicides solution on yield and other characters of wheat. Sarhad J. of Agric. 23(1): 35-38.

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Amanullah, A. Ali, K. Nawab and A. Khan. 2007. Growth characters and fodder production potential of sorghum varieties under irrigated conditions. Sarhad J. of Agric. 23(2): 265-268.

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Nisar A. and Amanullah. 2007. Residual effect of N applied to Maize on yield barley. Sarhad J.

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of Agric. 23(3): 549-552. 29.

Khalid Nawab‌.and Amanullah. 2011. Effect of cropping pattern, FYM, K and Zn on wheat growth and grain yield. Sarhad J. Agric. 27(3): 371-375.

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Amanullah, A.Z. Khan, and Fawad Khan. 2013. Foliar application of nitrogen at different growth stages influences the phenology, growth and yield of maize (Zea mays L.). Soil & Environment. 32(2): 135-140.

Articles in Local Magazines for Growers (12): 1. Amanullah. 2002. Qualities of kissan urea in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 27(1): 35. 2. Amanullah. 2002. Qualities of Kissan single super phosphate in Urdu. Zaraat-e-Sarhad. Bureau of Agric. Information. 26(6): 40. 3. Amanullah. 2002. Qualities of Kissan urea in Pashto. Zaraat-e-Sarhad. Bureau of Agric. Information. 26(7): 40. 4. Amanullah. 2002. Qualities of Kissan single super phosphate in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 27(2): 26. 5. Amanullah. 2002. Qualities of home garden fertilizer in Urdu. Zaraat-e-Sarhad. Bureau of Agric. Information. 26(11): 40. 6. Amanullah. 2002. Qualities of calcium ammonium nitrate in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 28(2): 7. Amanullah. 2002. Modern production technology of maize cultivation in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 27(3): 27-29. 8. Amanullah. 2003. Modern production technology of potato cultivation in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 28(2): 26-27. 9. Amanullah. 2003. Orchard’s diseases and their control in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 28(3): 21-24. 10. Amanullah. 2003. Modern production technology of wheat cultivation in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 28(4): 21-22. 11. Amanullah. 2004. Modern production technology of sunflower cultivation in Pashto. Zari Service. NFML, Lahore. 29(1): 13-14. 12. Amanullah. 2011. Rice and Phosphorus. Rice Plus. 4: pp-4. Dr. Amanullah, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Peshawar-PAKISTAN-25130

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References Prof. Dr. Hidayat-ur-Rahman, Department of Plant Breeding & Genetics, The University of Agriculture Peshawar (Email: h_rahman_pbg@yahoo.com).

Prof. Dr. Zahir Shah, Department of Soil & Environmental Sciences, The University of Agriculture Peshawar (Email: zahirshah59@yahoo.com).

Prof. Dr. Amanullah Jan, Department of Agronomy, The University of Agriculture Peshawar (Email: dramanullahjan@yahoo.com)

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Dr. Amanullah is working as Assistant Professor in Agronomy, The University of Agriculture Peshawar. He did his PhD in agronomy (2004) and P...

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