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A Rashid

He has researched and taught at the Department of Botany, University of Delhi, for over 40 years. After an initial interest in bryophytes, an opportunity of post-doctoral research in the lab of Prof HE Street (University of Leicester, UK) was the turning point in his interest on cell physiology of higher plants. For furtherance of his research he was awarded Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship to work in the lab of Dr J Reinert (Freie University at Berlin) on pollen physiology and biotechnology and in the lab of Prof H Mohr (University of Freiburg) on physiology of phytochrome.
Dr Rashid's research topics have been protonema, protoplast, pollen and phytochrome. He has published over 80 research papers and a few reviews in international journals.
List of Books written by A Rashid



Vikas Publishing


  • 9789325994034
  • 226 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.210.00
  • 2016



The book covers the entire course on archegoniate plants which is prescribed in the syllabi of different universities for undergraduate students. The presentation is comprehensive and innovative.
The book describes different divisions of plant kingdom related to archegoniate plants covering their life cycle, relationship, classification and economic ...


An Introduction to Pteridophyta, 2/e

Vikas Publishing


  • 9788125907091
  • 436 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.550.00


An informative, innovative and comprehensive text on the subject, the second revised edition of the book offers a coherent account of various aspects of pteridophyta, in the light of new findings. It covers the entire course of reading on the subject for B.Sc and M.Sc degrees.


An Introduction to Bryophyta, 1/e

Vikas Publishing


  • 9788125905691
  • 308 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.475.00


This endeavour is aimed to be comprehensive and innovative. It covers the entire course of reading in Bryology. After a brief Introduction, there is an account of array of diversity and development of Bryophytes. In three chapters on Liverworts, Hornworts and Mosses, one can find an illustrated and concise account of all representative types. It is followed by comparative morphology. In two ...

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