Dr. Muhammad Sajjad Haider has done PhD in Forestry / Environmental Physiology from University of Newcastle, England, UK. Before That, he completed M.Sc. (Hons.) from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Previously, he Served as Research Officer, Punjab Forestry Research Institute (PFRI), Faisalabad.
Arif, M., Hussain, A., Shahzad, M. K., Khan, W. R., Na, N., Zarif, N., ... & Yukun, C. (2019). One Belt One Road Initiative: Pakistan?s forest-based sector investment opportunities within the context of globalization.?CUSTOS E AGRONEGOCIO ON LINE,?15(4), 165-194.
Athar, H., & Tahir, A. (2014). Ability of Puccinellia ciliata to grow in a waterlogged saline environment.?Agrochimica,?57, 279-288.
Rauf, S., Haider, M. S., Tariq, S. A., Ejaz, M., Ashraf, E., & Noorka, I. R. (2013). Prospects of Inducing Resistance in Fodder Species against Toxic Ions and Metals.?Bioremediation journal,?17(4), 212-230.
Kalyar, T., Rauf, S., da Silva, J. T., Haidar, S., & Iqbal, Z. (2013). Utilization of leaf temperature for the selection of leaf gas-exchange traits to induce heat resistance in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.).?Photosynthetica,?51(3), 419-428.