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  • Dr Pankaj Bhardwaj

  • Assistant Professor
  • Central University of Punjab
Publications 2004 - 2020

Publications

  • 45
    Journal Articles
  • 3
    Review
  • 2
    Chapter
  • 1
    Erratum
  • 1
    Letter
  • 34
  • 12
  • 1
  • 2

Citations / H-Index

728 Citations
15 h-index
677 Citations

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Expertise

Biology

Salt Tolerance Mechanism in Wheat and Phytoremediation Potential of Various Brassica species, biological Conservation of Various Endangered Plant Species of Himalayan origin, Rhododendron Arboreum a Himalayan Tree Species for its Implication in Climate Change and Global Warming

Personal Information

Dr Pankaj Bhardwaj

Male
Centre for Plant Sciences, Central University of Punjab Mansa Road, Old City, Bathinda, Punjab, India
Bathinda, Punjab, India - 151001


Experience

  • Assistant Professor

    Department of Botany

    Central University of Punjab


Qualification

  • Ph.D.

    CSIR-Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology


Honours and Awards

2012

DST- Yong Scientist Award

Department of Science and Technology

2012

DST- Yong Scientist Award

Department of Science and Technology

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Membership In Professional Bodies

2014

American Society of Plant Biologists

Full member

2014

American Society of Plant Biologists

Full member

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Research Projects

Conservation strategies for Taxsus wallichiana and Ulmus wallichiana by DNA markers and Geospatial technologies.

Funding Agency : NMHS, MOEF, GOI

Transcriptomic investigations of active gene networks in hyper-accumulator plant species in response to heavy metal toxicity

Funding Agency : CSIR-INDIA

Analysis of genetic variations and structure of Rhododendron, a Rare and endangered tree species in western Himalaya.

Funding Agency : SERB-GOI

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Conservation strategies for Taxsus wallichiana and Ulmus wallichiana by DNA markers and Geospatial technologies.

Funding Agency : NMHS, MOEF, GOI

Transcriptomic investigations of active gene networks in hyper-accumulator plant species in response to heavy metal toxicity

Funding Agency : CSIR-INDIA

Analysis of genetic variations and structure of Rhododendron, a Rare and endangered tree species in western Himalaya.

Funding Agency : SERB-GOI

Development and characterization of simple sequence repeat markers providing genome wide coverage and high resolution in Rhododendron arboreum.

Funding Agency : UGC-BSR

Differential gene expression in response to ultra-low temperature in Rhododendron arboreum by whole genome transcriptome.

Funding Agency : Research Seed Money, CUPB

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