Muhammad Sarwar Khan

University of Agriculture Faisalabad

Muhammad Sarwar Khan is a renowned scientist with a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge, UK. He has a strong background in agriculture, education, and biotechnology, having supervised more than 120 Ph.D. candidates and MPhil students. Dr. Khan has made significant contributions to agricultural biotechnology, including developing transgenic sugarcane, pioneering plastid transformation in rice and sugarcane, and knocking out genes from the chloroplast genome of higher plants. His current research interests include synthetic biology, whole-genome sequencing, pan-genomics, and developing cost-effective therapeutics and edible vaccines for animals. He has received numerous awards and honors and is currently Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Dr. Khan has received prestigious national and international awards and honors and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Biology.

Muhammad Sarwar Khan

4books edited

11chapters authored

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This book provides a precise and meticulous overview of the production technologies involved in the cultivation of tropical plants. Technological advances have transformed the cultivation of fruit and ornamental plants from agronomic to value-added plants. The book highlights the essentials for developing tropical plants with increased nutritive, nutraceutical, and aesthetic value.

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