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Dr. Md. Golam Mortuza
Dr. Md. Golam Mortuza

Professor Contact No : 017310606039
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Email : gmortuza@bau.edu.bd
Faculty of Agriculture
 
Research Interest:   Stress tolerance in plants, Genetic transformation of rice, Nutritional Biochemistry
MS In Biochemistry    - 1996
BAU, Mymensingh
Bangladesh
B Sc Ag (Honours)    - 1990
BAU, Mymensingh
Bangladesh
PhD In Biotechnology    - 2009
NCHU, Taiwan
Taiwan
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Assistant Professor
16 Apr, 1999 - 05 Jun, 2006
Associate Professor
06 Jun, 2006 - 05 Jun, 2010
Lecturer
13 Jan, 1997 - 15 Apr, 1999
Professor
06 Jun, 2010 -
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  1. M. M. Haque, M. G. Aziz, M. G. Mortuza and M. A. Rahman 2018 Yield and Quality of Tomato Juice as Affected by Ripening Agents Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources.
  2. M. Shoroardi, M. G. Mortuza, M. M. Islam and T. Samiha 2017 Phenotypic Screening and Molecular Characterization of 10 Rice (Oryza sativa) Landraces for Cold Tolerance Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources, 10(1): 85-91
  3. M. S. Islam, M. G. Aziz, M. G. Mortuza and M. A. Rahman 2016 Profiling of Physical and Chemical Properties of Mango at Different Ripening Stages Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources 9(2): 121-126.
  4. S. Mukta, M. M. Rahman and M. G. Mortuza 2015 Yield and Nutrient Content of Tomato as Influenced by the Application of Vermicompost and Chemical Fertilizers Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources 8(2): 115-122.
  5. M. G. Mortuza, S. U. Talukder and M. R. Haque 2014 Biochemical Changes in Jackfruit Pulp as Affected by Cold Temperature Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources 7(2): 93-97
  6. S. M. Moniruzzaman, M. G. Mortuza, Nur-Un-Nesa, M. Salahuddin, M. A. Alam, A.K.M. N. Alam 2014 Spatial variations in the nutritional profiles of young, spent, ripe or gravid hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) flesh and eggs International Journal of Natural and Social Sciences 1: 61-70.
  7. F. Hossain, A.Q.M. Bazlur Rashid, M.G. Mortuza and A. Sultana. 2013. Planting value and proximate composition of wheat as affected by seed borne Bipolaris sorokiniana. International Journal of Bioresearch. 15(3): 19-23.
  8. M. R. Haque and M. G. Mortuza 2012 Nutritional composition and functionality of raw and germinated parole (Vigna sp) seed, a wild cowpea grown in hilly area of  Bangladesh Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 6(2): 125 -128.
  9. M.I. Kabir, M.G. Mortuza and M.O. Islam. 2012. Morphological Features Growth and Development of Dendrobium sp. Orchid as Influenced by Nutrient Spray. Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources, 5(1): 309-318.
  10. M.G. Mortuza and J.T.C. Tzen. 2011. Kalimatar (Vicia faba L.) cooking characteristics as affected by soaking and roasting. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation. 35(2):257-263.
  11. C. Goswami, M.A. Hossain, M.G. Mortuza and R. Islam. 2010. Physicochemical parameters of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus lam) seeds in different growing areas. International Journal of Bioresearch. 2(10): 01-05.
  12. M.H. Rashid, M.T. Hossain, M.G. Mortuza and A.S. Chowdhury. 2010. Utilization of sunnhemp (Crotalaria juncea) seed as protein supplement in fish feed. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment. 4(2):21–24.
  13. M.G. Mortuza, A Mamun and M.H. Rashid. 2009. Biochemical composition and oil characteristics of Sunhemp seed, an unconventional legume in Bangladesh, Journal of Agroforestry and Environment. 3(2):35–37.
  14. M.A. Sayed, M.G. Mortuza, M.H. Rashid and M.A. Hossain. 2009. Growth performances of rat fed on formulated food added with stevia, Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources, 2(2):189–192.
  15. M.A. Sayed, M.G. Mortuza, M.H. Rashid, and M.A. Hossain. 2009. Formulation of stevia incorporated cereal and legume based therapeutic food for regulating the lipid profile, Journal of Agroforestry and Environment. 3(2):95–97.
  16. M.H. Rashid, M.G. Mortuza, A. Kafi, S.U. Talukder and S. Gheyasuddin. 2009. Nutrient composition, physico-chemical characteristics and keeping quality of the oils of two cultivars of sunflower (Helianthus annuus) seeds, Journal of Environmental Science & Natural Resources, 2(2):219–224.
  17. M.G. Mortuza, A. Hannan and J.T.C. Tzen. 2009. Chemical composition and functional properties of Vicia faba L. from Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Botany. 38(1):93-97.
  18. M.G. Mortuza and J.T.C. Tzen. 2009. Physicochemical and functional properties of ten cultivars of seem, an underexploited bean (Lablab purpureus L.) in Bangladesh. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 89:1277–1283.
  19. M.G. Mortuza. 2007. Oxidative Stability of Some Rapeseed / Mustard Cultivars Developed in Bangladesh. Journal of Theoretical and Experimental Biology: 4(2):29-33.
  20. M.G. Mortuza. 2006. Tocopherol and sterol content of some rapeseed/mustard cultivars developed in Bangladesh. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 9(9):1812-1816.
  21. M.S. Hossain and M.G. Mortuza. 2006. Chemical composition of Kalimatar, a locally grown strain of faba bean (Vicia faba L.). Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 9(9):1817-1822.
  22. M.G. Mortuza, P.C. Dutta and M.L. Das. 2006. Erucic acid content in some rapeseed/mustard cultivars developed in Bangladesh. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 86:135-139.
  23. M.G. Mortuza and N. Newaz. 2001. Faecal moisture content, intestinal length and organ weight of rats fed on faba bean seeds. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 4(10):1279-1280.
  24. M.G. Mortuza, N. Newaz, A. Hossain and M. H. Rahman. 2000. Nutritional response of rats to faba beans (Vicia faba L. minor black "Kalimattar") and its fractions. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition.51:5-9.
  25. M.G. Mortuza, N. Newaz, M.A. Islam and P.K. Roy. 1997. Haemato-biochemical parameters of rats fed on faba bean (Vicia faba L.). Progressive Agriculture. 8 (1&2):5-8.
  26. M.H. Rahman, M.I. Hossain, Moslehuddin, M.A. Hossain, M.M. Reza and M.G. Mortuza. 1994. Haemagglutination and inhibition properties of Lupinus angustifolius (sweet lupin) and its fractions. The Bangladesh Veterinarian. 11(1-2):9-14.
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