Dr. Aleya  Ferdausi (Ratna)
Dr. Aleya Ferdausi (Ratna)

Associate Professor Contact No : 01747173836
Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding Email : aferdausi.gpb@bau.edu.bd
Faculty of Agriculture ResearchGate Google Scholar
 
Research Interest:   Genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, biotechnology, molecular biology, plant stress physiology, entrepreneurship and community development
PhD    - 2017
University of Liverpool
United Kingdom
B.Sc.Ag. (Hons.)    - 2007
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Bangladesh
MS     - 2009
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Bangladesh
Total Number:  7
 
  1. Tissue culture approaches for the improvement of nutritional quality in groundnut/peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) funded by The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) from 2020-2021.
  2. Molecular breeding and quality assessment of maize under drought stress for food and nutritional security in Bangladesh funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology July 2020 to June 2021 (Assistant Research Investigator).
  3. Collection, screening and characterization of rice varieties in relation to salt tolerance using morphological and molecular analyses” funded by the Bangladesh Agricultural University Research System (BAURES) from 01.01.2019 to 31.12.2020.
  4. Development of drought tolerant rice to ensure food security of Bangladesh. Ministry of Education (MOE): July 2018-June 2021.
  5. Quality breeding approaches for tomato yellow leaf curl diseases resistance (Assistant Research Investigator, Ministry of Science and Technology project, 2018-19).
  6. Molecular breeding for high quality protein in Maize ensuring nutritional security (Assistant Research Investigator, Ministry of Science and Technology project, 2017-18).
  7. Collection, conservation and characterization of some wild targeted threatened plant species of ethno-botanical importance of Chittagong Hill Tracts in Botanical Garden of Bangladesh Agricultural University (Assistant Research Investigator, BAURES project 2012).
No training information available..
Lecturer
19 Jan, 2011 - 18 Jan, 2013
BAU
Associate Professor
19 Jan, 2017 -
BAU
Assistant Professor
19 Jan, 2013 - 19 Jan, 2017
BAU
Total Number: 23

PhD Thesis

A metabolomics and transcriptomics comparison of Narcissus pseudonarcissus cv. Carlton field and in vitro tissues in relation to alakloid production.

Full Research Article

  1. Saha, S.R., Ferdausi, A., Hassan, L., Haque, M.A., Begum, S.N., Yasmin, F. and Akram, W., 2022. Rice landraces from haor areas of Bangladesh possess greater genetic diversity as revealed by morpho-molecular approaches along with grain quality traits. Cogent Food & Agriculture8(1), p.2075130.
  2. Das, A., Khurshid, S., Ferdausi, A., Nipu, E.S., Das, A. and Ahmed, F.F. (2021). Molecular insight into the genomic variation of SARS-CoV-2 strains from current outbreak. Computational Biology and Chemistry, p.107533. doi.org/10.1016/j.compbiolchem.2021.107533
  3. Das. A., Goyali, G. C. and Ferdausi A. (2021). Tissue culture approaches to improve nutritional quality and stress response in peanut - a review. Europen Journal of Biological Research. 11(3), pp.332-347.
  4. Ferdausi, A., Chang, X., Hall, A. and Jones, M. (2021). Transcriptomic analysis for differential expression of genes involved in secondary metabolite production in Narcissus pseudonarcissus field derived bulb and in vitro callus. Industrial Crops and Products, 168, 113615. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2021.113615
  5. Ferdausi, A., Chang, X., Hall, A. and Jones, M. (2021). Relative expression of putative genes involved in galanthamine and other Amaryllidaceae alkaloids biosynthesis in Narcissus field and in vitro tissues. Gene. 774:145424 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gene.2021.145424
  6. Ferdausi, A., Chang, X. & Jones, M. (2021). Enhancement of galanthamine production through elicitation and NMR-based metabolite profiling in Narcissus pseudonarcissus Carlton in vitrocallus cultures. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11627-020-10139-z
  7. Islam, S., Ferdausi, A., Sweety, A. Y., Das, A., Ferdoush, A. and Haque, M. A. (2020). Morphological characterization and genetic diversity analyses of plant traits contributed to grain yield in maize (Zea mays L.). Journal of Bioscience and Agriculture Research, 25(01): 2047-2059. https://doi.org/10.18801/jbar.250120.251
  8. Ferdausi, A., Chang, X., Hall, A. and Jones, M. (2020). Galanthamine production in tissue culture and metabolomic study on Amaryllidaceae alkaloids in Narcissus pseudonarcissus cv. Carlton. Industrial Crops and Products, 144, 112058. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2019.112058
  9. Nuruzzaman, M., Rana, M. S., Ferdausi, A., Huda, M. M., Hassan, L., & Begum, S. N. (2019). Clustering and Principal Component Analysis of Nerica Mutant Rice Lines Growing Under Rainfed Condition. International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 7(3), 327-334. https://doi.org/10.3126/ijasbt.v7i3.25703
  10. Huda, M. M., Nuruzzaman, M., Prodhan, M. A., Ferdausi, A. and Hossain, M. A. (2019). Characterization of Salt Tolerance in Rice Landraces (Oryza sativa L.) at Seedling Stage. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10 (56), 17613-17629. ISSN: 0976 – 0997.
  11. Eti, I., Rasel, M., Hassan, L. and Ferdausi, A. (2018). Morphological based screening and genetic diversity analysis of the local rice (Oryza sativa L.) landraces at the seedling stage for salinity tolerance. Journal of Bioscience and Agriculture Research, 18(01), 1496-1511. Cross ref: https://doi.org/10.18801/jbar.180118.18.
  12. Ali, M. M., Das, S. S. and Ferdausi, A. (2018). Morphological growth and biochemical features of sorrel (Hibiscus sabdariffa L.). Bangladesh Rural Development Studies Vol. XXII; No. 1: 95-104. ISSN 1019-9624.
  13. Roy, P. R., Haque, M. A. Ferdausi, A. and Bari, M. A. A. (2018). Genetic variability, correlation and path co-efficient analyses of selected maize (Zea mays L.) genotypes. Fundamental and Applied Agriculture. 3(1): 382-389.
  14. Huda, M. M., Ferdausi, A., Hassan, L. and Hossain, M. A. (2017). Evaluation of the genetic variability and genetic advance for salt tolerance in rice genotypes. Progressive Agriculture. 28 (4):262-270.
  15. Rubya, S., Ferdausi, A., Raffi, S. A. and Haque M. A. (2017). Elucidation of association for yield attributing traits in country bean. Journal of Progressive Agriculture. 28 (3): 184-189.
  16. Das, S. S., Fakir, M. S. A., Ferdausi, A. and M. M. I. Biswas, M. M. I. 2012. Morphological, growth and biochemical features of Dipogon Lignosus Verdc. bean. Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University. 10(1): 43-48.
  17. Ferdausi, A., Das, S.S. and Ghosh, A.K. (2010). Callus culture and plant regeneration in brinjal (Solanum melongena) from different explants. Bangladesh Journal of Seed Science and Technology. 14(1 & 2):143-148
  18. Ferdausi, A., Nath, U. K., Das, B. L. and Alam, M. S. (2009). In vitro regeneration system in brinjal (Solanum melongena ) for stress tolerant somaclone selection. Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University. 7(2); 253-258

 

Abstracts

  1. Ferdausi, A., Chang, X., Hall, A. and Meriel, J. (2016). Transcriptomic and tissue culture approaches for production of Amaryllidaceae alkaloids. ECO-BIO, 2016, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 6-9 March, 2016 (Abstract).
  2. Ferdausi, A., Chang, X., Hall, A. and Meriel, J. (2015). Tissue culture approaches for production of Amaryllidaceae alkaloids in Narcissus pseudonarcissus cv. Carlton. 3rd International Conference on Integrative Biology (OMICS), Valencia, Spain, 4-6 August, 2015 (Abstract).
  3. Das S.S., Fakir M.S.A., Islam M.J. and Ferdausi A. 2012. Comparison between two genotypes of Dipogon lignosus based on morphological, growth and biochemical features of pod and seed. Abs. Int. Conf. Quality seed for food Security under changing climate. 08-10 February 2012, Bangladesh Agric. Univ. Mymensingh. P 25.
  4. Ferdausi, A., Sayed, M. A., Nath, U. K. and Alam, M. S. 2009. Efficient plant regeneration in brinjal through somatic embryogenesis from different explants. Abs. Int. Conf. Plant Breeding and Seed for Food Security, 10-12 March, 2009, Bangladesh Agric. Res. Council, Farmgate, Dhaka. P 24.
  5. Barua, H., Ferdausi, A., Howlader, M. H. K. and Fakir, M. S. A. (2009). Effect of density on canopy structure, growth and yield in sunnhemp. Seed Science and Technology, 17-19 February, 2009, Bangladesh Agric. Univ., Mymensingh. P. 67
Total Number:  35
 
Trainings 1.Training on 'Enterprising Teaching Methods (ETM)', International Centre for Food Safety and Security, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 2. Training on 'Entrepreneurship Awareness Program (EAP)', International Centre for Food Safety and Security, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 3. Training on 'Business Start-up Counselling (BSC)', International Centre for Food Safety and Security, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 4. Training on 'Community Project Development', Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 5. 19th Foundation Training for University Teachers (8 December 2017 to 4th January 2018), Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 6. Health and safety training: safety induction for new staff. March 2013, University of Liverpool. 7. Library training: Effective information management for health and life science researches. February 2014, University of Liverpool. 8. CSD training: Poster preparation and printing workshop. March 2014, University of Liverpool. Seminar programs: Seminar presentation on 'Future prospects of transcriptomics and metabolomics in crop improvement' on seminar program entitled 'Molecular techniques and sequencing for crop improvement', Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (BINA), Mymensingh. How did ebola virus get to West Africa and why has it spun out of control? November 2014, University of Liverpool Centrifuge Safety. January 2014, University of Liverpool. Understanding myosin structure and function in health and diseases. January 2014, University of Liverpool. Can we re-engineer a major metabolic pathway in a higher eukaryote? January 2014, University of Liverpool. Microtubules in Directional Cell Migration. December 2013, University of Liverpool. Resistance to GM crops: Lessons from African Moth. November 2013, University of Liverpool. Cooperation and Evolution of Virulence in Microbes. November 2013, University of Liverpool. An RNA perspective on bad microbes and their hosts. February 2013, University of Liverpool. Advanced in AFM in life sciences application. February 2013, University of Liverpool. Can we use genomic data to understand and engineer glycan metabolism? February 2013, University of Liverpool. About time: Blastocysts, Bruchids and Bipolar. February 2013, University of Liverpool. Workshops: Poster Workshop. March 2015, University of Liverpool Study skill workshop: Critical reading and note taking. February 2013, University of Liverpool. Effectively working the PGR toolbox. March 2013, University of Liverpool. Referencing your work. March 2013, University of Liverpool. Next Generation Sequencing Workshop. EMBL-EBI, Cambridge, 14-15 October, 2013 Conference presentations • ECO-BIO, 2016, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 6-9 March, 2016 • 3rd International Conference on Integrative Biology (OMICS), Valencia, Spain, 4-6 August, 2015 • Poster presentation: University Poster day, 10 April 2014, University of Liverpool. • Plant Breeding and Seed for Food Security, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, Farmgate, Dhaka, 10-12 March, 2009 • Seed Science and Technology, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh, 17-19 February 2009
Subject Name Design No Year Gazette No Relevant Info
Title Institution Subject Receipt Date
Rahela Khatun Memorial Award (Gold Medal) Bangladesh Agricultural University Agriculture 2009
National Science and Information and Communication Technology (NSICT) Fellowship NSICT, Dhaka, Bangladesh Genetics and Plant Breeding 2008
Commonwealth Scholarship CSC, UK Biosciences 2013
Membership Type Organization
Member Plant Breeding Society of Bangladesh, Seed Science Society of Bangladesh