Address:

    Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna – 9208, Bangladesh

    Email:

    muslima_khatun@yahoo.com

    Contact:

    +88-01793595163

    Personal Webpage:
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Dr. Muslima Khatun

Professor

Research Interest:

Aquaculture, Microalgae culture, Population Dynamics.

Education

PhD in Biology

Dresden University of Technology, Germany

MSc in Fisheries

Khulna University, Bangladesh

MSc in Aquaculture

Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

BSc in Fisheries

Khulna University, Bangladesh

Bio

Experiences

Professor (November 2015 to date), Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh.

Associate Professor (August 2009 – November 2015), Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh.

Assistant Professor (August 2005 – August 2009), Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh.

Lecturer (August 2002 – August 2005), Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh

Publication

  1. Akhe, F. K., Khatun, M. M., Roy, S. K., Arafat, S. T., Uddin, S. J., Hossain, H., ... & Sarower, M. G. (2019). Profiling of bioactive compounds in water cress (Enhydra fluctuans lour) by high performance liquid chromatography. Pharmacologyonline, 1:65-75.
  1. Khatun, M.M., Nondi, B.K., Mondal, S., Rashid, M.M. and Khanom, M. 2018. Toxicity of pyrethroids to grapsid crab (Pseudograpsus sp.) collected from the Sundarbans mangrove ecosystem, Bangladesh. International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences, 6, (3):6-10.
  1. Khatun, M.M., M.S. Rahaman, A. Kabir, Moni, M.R. 2016. Abundance and distribution of Phytoplankton and its relation with water quality of the Sundarbans mangrove ecosystem, Bangladesh. The Comilla University Journal of Science, 1:101-109.
  1. Ray, S., Khatun, M.M., Ahmed, M.I., Sayeed, MAB, Shah, MS. and Sarower, MG. 2014. Antioxidant potential and nutrient content of selected small indigenous species of fish. Pharmacologyonline, 2:39-44.
  1. Sarower, M.G., Ray, S., Hasan, M.A., Ferdous, S., Ahmed, M.I. and Khatun, M.M., 2014. Antioxidant potential and nutrient content in selected fish species of different feeding habits in Bangladesh. American Journal of Pharmtech Research, 4(4).
  1. Froschauer, A., Khatun, M.M., Sprott,D., Franz, A., Rieger, C. Pfennig, F. and Gutzeit, H.O. 2013. Oct4-EGFP reporter gene expression marks the stem cells in embryonic development and in adult gonads of transgenic medaka. Molecular Reproduction and Development, 80(1):48-58.
  1. Kamal, D., Uddin, M.F. and Khatun, M.M., 2013. Production, marketing and transportation of mud crab (Scylla olivacea) from Khulna region of Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies (Life Sciences), 11-12(1&2):1–10.
  1. Khatun, M.M., Kamal, D., Ikejima, K. and Yi, Y., 2009. Comparisons of growth and economic performance among monosex and mixed-sex culture of red mud crab (Scylla olivacea Herbst, 1796) in bamboo pens in the tidal flats of mangrove forests, Bangladesh. Aquaculture Research, 40:473-485.
  1. Kamal, D., Tapadar, M.S. and Khatun, M.M., 2008. Harvesting and transportation systems of mud crab in the south-west region of Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 3(1&2):19–26.
  2. Kamal, D., Khanom, M., Khatun, M.M. and Islam, M.K. and Uddin, M.F., 2008. Comparative study of mud crab (Scylla olivacea) production from the Sundarbans mangrove forest and traditional shrimp ghers. Khulna University Studies (Life Sciences), 9(1):101-110.
  1. Sarker, G., Ahsan, M.N. and Khatun, M.M., 2007. Length-weight relationship and condition factor of Puntius stigma from Chanda beel, Gopalgonj. Journal of Science and Technology, 5:144-148.
  1. Airin, A.A., Khatun, M.M., Tareque, A.M.H.B., Biswas, B. and Ahsan, M.N., 2007. Status and options for alternative livelihood of female workers in the shrimp processing industries through the utilization of shrimp process wastes in Khulna region. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, 2(1&2):39–44.