Name: Dr. Asma Jabeen
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Environmental Sciences
 
Qualification: Ph. D
 
Phone: +92-51-9292900 (101)
Email:  
Status: On Job
Dr. Asma Jabeen

Professional Experience

October 2005 - To Date
Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi
Lecturer

PUBLICATIONS/CONFERENCES

  • Taxonomic application of foliar anatomy in grasses of Tribe Eragrostideae (Poaceae) from Salt Range of Pakistan” . Pakistan Journal of Botany. Vol. 43 (5), October 2011. Pp: 2277-2284 Impact factor: 0.947.
  • “Chemotaxonomic clarification of pharmaceutically important species of Cyprus L” African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. Vol. 5 (1), January 2011. Pp:67-75 Impact factor: 1.847.
  • “Elemental analysis of some medicinal plants used in traditional medicine by atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS)” Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 4 (19), October 2010 Pp: 1987-1990. Impact factor: 0.4000.
  • “Ethno medicinal uses of grasses in Salt Range Region of Northern Pakistan” Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 4 (5), , March 2010 Pp: 362-369. Impact factor: 0.4000.
  • “Implication of foliar epidermal features in the taxonomy of Abutilon Mill. (Malvaceae) Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. Vol. 3 (12), , December 2009 Pp: 1002–1008. Impact factor: 0.4000.
  • “Proximate composition of some preferred fodder species in Ayubia National Park, Nathia Gali” Islamabad Journal of Science. Vol.14 (1). 2004. Pp: 35-40. Hec Recognized journal.
  • “Indigenous uses of economically important flora of Margallah Hills National Park, Islamabad, Pakistan” African Journal of Biotechnology. Vol. 8 (5). 2009 Pp: 763-784. Impact factor: 0.547.
  • “Pollen morphology of the genus Silene (Silenea-Caryophyllaceae) from Pakistan” Biological Diversity and Conservation. Vol.1 (2). 2008. Pp. 74-85.
  • “Studies on the pollen Morphology of genus Dianthus ( Caryophyllaceae) from Pakistan” Biological Diversity and Conservation. Vol.1 (1). 2008. Pp. 89-98.