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Dr Shujaul Mulk Khan

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor of Plant Sciences
  • Quaid-i-Azam University
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  • 121CitationsNumber of citations received by Dr Shujaul Mulk's publications. Updated daily.

Editorships

Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine

Associated Editor for region

2012 - Present

Recent publications

  • Medicinal plants used by inhabitants of the Shigar Valley, Baltistan region of Karakorum range-Pakistan

    • Abbas Z
    • Khan S
    • Alam J
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    3Citations
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  • Residual value analyses of the medicinal flora of the western Himalayas: The Naran valley, Pakistan

    • Khan S
    • Harper D
    • Page S
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    14Citations

Professional experience

Assistant Professor of Plant Sciences

Quaid-i-Azam University

May 2015 - Present

Research Fellow

University of Leicester

July 2012 - Present

Research Fellow

Department of Geography, University of Leicester

July 2012 - Present

Lecturer in Botany

Hazara University

May 2006 - May 2015(9 years)

University of Leicester

Education

PhD Biology (Plant Ecology & Conservation)

Department of Biology, University of Leicester

October 2008 - July 2012(4 years)

MPhil Botany

Hazara University

January 2001 - April 2008(7 years)

MSc Botany

University of Peshawar

July 2001 - January 2004(3 years)

Research interests

Species ModellingVegetation AnalysisIndicator speciesInvasive speciesWeeds EcologyAgricultureBotanyEthnobiologyPlant EcologyConservationEthnobotanyBiodiversityEcosystem ServicesBiogeography

About

The Himalaya world's youngest, highest and largest mountain range with fastest uplift rate hosts vast plant biodiversity. Due to remote location harsh climate, rough terrain and topography some of the areas are still to be discovered in ecological framework. My aim is to improve knowledge of how vegetation distribution varies along geo-climatic gradients in one of the Himalayan valley; the Naran Pakistan. My interest is quantification of vascular flora at both species and community levels and the ecosystem services they provide. Measuring use values and assessing anthropogenic pressures on natural vegetation is also my focal point. I have interest to develop a data base for endemic flora and contribute to IUCN red data book at regional as well as wider scale.

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