Dr. Haibat Ali

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Email: haibat.ali@kiu.edu.pk

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Qualification

  • PhD University of Karachi
  • MSc. (Plant Ecology) University of Karachi
  • BSc (Hons.) University of Karachi
  • Intermediate (Pre- Medical) Karachi Boaed
  • Matriculation (Sciences) Federal Board Islamabad

Experience

  • Assistant Professor in Department of Environmental Sciences, Karakoram International University, Gilgit-Baltistan
  • Research Officer University of Karachi
  • Assistant Professor University of Oregon, USA

Awards

  • This three months Short Term Scholar award was offered by "Centre for Asian & Pacific Studies (CAPS), University of Oregon (UO), USA, through the KIU-UO academic exchange program, sponsored US State Dept. (
  • Interim-Placement of Fresh PhD Program by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (05-10-2012 to 0105-2013)

Research Interests

  • Ecological management of coastal and inland saline ecosystems.
  • Specific research interest includes seed response to differential effect of light, salinity and temperature on the germination.
  • Screening and development of cash-crop halophytes and wild plants. Optimizing the fodder/forage quality by using brackish and waste water.
  • Utilization of halophytic shrubs and non-conventional plants as a source of animal feed/ fodder.
  • Processing of non-conventional plants/ halophytes and agricultural waste to improve their nutrient status as animal feed by using different techniques, i.e, Silage, Feed block and Hydroponic etc.

Publications

  • NPK mediated improvement in biomass production, photosynthesis and Na+ regulation in Panicum turgidum under saline conditions., Haibat Ali, Bilquees Gul, Muhammad Zaheer Ahmad, M. Yousuf Adnan, Irfan Aziz, Salman Gulzar, Raziuddin Ansari and M. Ajmal Khan. 2014. NPK mediated improvement in biomass production, photosynthesis and Na+ regulation in Panicum turgidum under saline conditions. Pakistan Journal of Botany.
  • The sustainable utilization of saline resources for livestock feed production in arid and semi-arid regions: A model from Pakistan. , Bilquees Gul, Haibat Ali, Raziuddin Ansari, M. Yousuf Adnan, Darrell J. Weber,Brent L. Nielsen, Hans -W. Koyroand M. Ajmal Khan, 2014: The sustainable utilization of saline resources for livestock feed production in arid and semi-arid regions: A model from Pakistan. Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture. 2014. 26 (9):Pp. 592-605.
  • Seasonal dynamics and land use effect on soil microarthropod communities in the Mid-hills of Nepal, 3. Farida Begum, Roshan Man Bajracharya, Bishal Kumar Sitaula, Subodh Sharma, Shaukat Ali and Haibat Ali. 2014. Seasonal dynamics and land use effect on soil microarthropod communities in the Mid-hills of Nepal. International Journal of Agronomy and Agricultural Research. Vol. 5, No. 2, Pp. 114-123.
  • Growth-climate correlation of himalayan pine ( Pinus wallichiana) from ganji forest skardu districts of Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan., Muhammad Akbar, Moinuddin Ahmed, Muhammad Usama Zafar, Alamdar Hussain, Sujjad Hyder, Shaukat ali, Fasial Hussain, Muhammad Raza, Ghulam Raza, Karamat Ali and Haibat Ali. 2014. Growth-climate correlation of himalayan pine ( Pinus wallichiana) from ganji forest skardu districts of Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 2,P p. 405-412.
  • Elaboration of Phylogenetic studies in Berberis Spp. from Karakoram Ranges. I. morpho-phathological data. , 5. Tika Khan, Imtiaz Ahmed Khan, Nisar Ahmed, Khalil Ahmed, Shaukat Ali,Abdul Rehman, Haibat Ali, Ishtiaq Hussain, Karamat Ali, Arif Hussain and Maqsood Hussain 2014: Elaboration of Phylogenetic studies in Berberis Spp. from Karakoram Ranges. I. morpho-phathological data. International Journal of Biosciences. Vol. 4, No. 11, p. 285-293.
  • Zoopharmacognosy and epigenetic behavior of mountain wildlife towards Berberis species. , Tika Khan, Imtiaz Ahmed Khan, Shaukat Ali and Haibat Ali. 2014. Zoopharmacognosy and epigenetic behavior of mountain wildlife towards Berberis species. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 1, p. 37-44.
  • Bio monitoring of heavy metals availability in the marine environment of Karachi, Pakistan, using oysters (Crassostrea sp.). , Shaukat Ali, Farida Begum, Syed Arif Hussain, Ahmed Saeed Khan, Haibat Ali, Tika Khan, Ghulam Raza, Karamat Ali, Rehmat Karim 2014: Bio monitoring of heavy metals availability in the marine environment of Karachi, Pakistan, using oysters (Crassostrea sp.). International Journal of Biosciences. Vol. 4, No. 7, p. 249-257.
  • Zoopharmacognocy and epigenetic behavior of mountain wildlife towards Berberis species., Tika Khan, Imtiaz Ahmed Khan, Abdur Rehman, Shaukat Ali, Haibat Ali. 2014. Zoopharmacognocy and epigenetic behavior of mountain wildlife towards Berberis species. Life Sciences Journal; 11(8). Pp. 259-263. ISSN: 1097-8135.
  • Characterization of diameter distribution of some tree species from Gilgit-baltistan using weibull distribution, Muhammad Akbar, Shahid Shaukat, Moinuddin Ahmed, Alamdar Hussain, Sujjad Hyder, Shaukat Ali, Faisal Hussain, Ghulam Raza, Syed Arif Hussain, Haibat Ali, Muhammad Raza, Salar Ali, Karamat Ali. 2014. Characterization of diameter distribution of some tree species from Gilgit-baltistan using weibull distribution. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 4, p. 437-444, 2014.
  • Ethnobatanical studies on non-medicinal plants of Shinaki Valley Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan. , Tika Khan, Imtiaz Ahmed Khan, Abdul Rehman and Haibat Ali 2013: Ethnobatanical studies on non-medicinal plants of Shinaki Valley Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan. International Journal of Biosciences. Vol. 3, No. 11, pp.62-70.
  • Potential of Halophyte Grasses and Shrubs as cattle feed in Pakistan., 11. Haibat Ali., Khalil Ahmed and A.N. Naqvi. 2013. Potential of Halophyte Grasses and Shrubs as cattle feed in Pakistan. 33rd Congress of Zoology Islamabad. 2-4th April 2013.
  • Panicum turgidum: a sustainable feed alternative for cattle in saline areas., Khan, M.A., R. Ansari, Haibat Ali, B. Gul and B. L. Nielsen. 2009. Panicum turgidum: a sustainable feed alternative for cattle in saline areas. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 129: 542-546.
  • Controlling Salt Intake , 13. Khan, M. A., R. Ansari, Haibat Ali, B. Gul and B.L. Nielsen. 2009. Controlling Salt Intake . Science Editors' Choice: (Jan. 2, 2009 Science issue) 323: 17.
  • A new cropping system by using saline resources. (PATENT), Khan, M.A., Haibat Ali, B. Gul and R. Ansari. 2009. A new cropping system by using saline resources. Application No: 30/2010 and SI No: 141125. Accepted date 26/01/2011.
  • Panicum turgidum Forsk. a potentially sustainable cattle feed alternative to maize for saline areas. Agriculture, Khan, M. A., R. Ansari, Haibat Ali, B. Gul and B.L. Nielsen. 2009. Panicum turgidum Forsk. a potentially sustainable cattle feed alternative to maize for saline areas. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 129: 542-546. Highlighted as a Natural Product Radiance: Feed/ Fodder (Vol. 8(3) May-June 2009) pp. 228-232.
  • Soil quality assessment using selected physico-chemical indicators in Altit Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan, Sultan Ishaq, Farida Begum*, Karamat Ali, Sher Ahmed , Shaukat Ali, Haibat Ali, Sher Sultan Baig, Mohd. Zafar Khan, Salar Ali. Soil quality assessment using selected physico-chemical indicators in Altit Hunza, Gilgit-BaltistanJournal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES)Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 454-459
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