Shazia Iqbal

IPFP Fellow
September 13, 1988

About Candidate

I am currently working at the University of Sargodha as Assistant Professor/IPFP fellow. It is teaching as well as research job.

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Publications
  1. Iqbal, S., J. Akhtar, T. Naaz, S. Hussain, Riaz, Z. Mazhar and M.M. Iqbal. 2020. Root morphological adjustments of crops to improve nutrient use efficiency in limited environments. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 51(19): 2452-2465. IF=1.3. https://doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2020.1836199
  2. Iqbal, S., Akhtar, Z. A. Saqib and R. Ahmad. 2020. Genotypic and Species Variability in Carboxylate Exudation of Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) And Maize (Zea Mays L.) in Phosphorus Deficiency. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 57(3) :665-674. IF=0.618. DOI:10.21162/PAKJAS/20.9794
  3. Ijaz, F., U. Riaz, Iqbal, Q. Zaman, M.F. Ijaz, H. Javed, M.A. Qureshi, Z. Mazhar, A.H. Khan, H. Mehmood and I. Ahmad. 2019. Potential of Rhizobium and PGPR to Enhance Growth and Fodder Yield of Berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum L.) in the Presence and Absence of Tryptamine. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research. 32(2): 398-406. http://dx.doi.org/10.17582/journal.pjar/2019/32.2.398.406
  4. Iqbal, , M.Y. Khan, H.N. Asghar and M.J. Akhtar. 2016. Combined use of phosphate solubilizing bacteria and poultry manure to enhance the growth and yield of mung bean in calcareous soil. Soil and Environment. 35(2):146-154. http://www.se.org.pk/Papers.aspx?issueid=75
  5. Shahzad, H., M. Imran, M. Iqbal, A. Javed, H.M. Bilal, S. Hussain, Z. Hussain, B. Huma, S. Iqbal and M.A. Safdar. 2016. Soil Physical Health Indices, WUE and Wheat Yield Under Different Mulching Amendments. SYLWAN. 158:1-21. IF=0.69

Education

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Ph.D. Soil Science 2020
UAF, Pakistan

Completed Ph.D. in Soil Science from University Of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan in 2020

Skills

Lab Analysis
90%
Soil, Plant, Water and fertilizer analysis
90%
Equipment handling
85%
Fertilizer Advisory
85%

Awards

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Indigenous fellowship 2014
I was awarded an Indigenous fellowship for Ph.D studies.