Profile of Sohana Jui


Sohana Jui

Assistant Professor

Department of Genetics & Plant Breeding (GPB)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.


Mobile: +8801737048027


    To be a good teacher and a great researcher by utilizing my interpersonal communication and human skill, as well as my capability to work in a challenging and goal-oriented environment through enthusiasm, hard work, ethics, sincerity, brilliance and dignity of honesty. Moreover, serve for the welfare of the society and the economy through the assigned responsibilities.


    Stress breeding and molecular research


  1. MS in Genetics and Plant Breeding, 2017

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur

  2. B.Sc. Ag. (Hon's.), 2013

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur


  1. Assistant Professor, Dept. of GPB
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur

    July 11, 2021 to Present

  2. Lecturer, Dept. of Genetics and Plant Breeding
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur

    July 11, 2019 to July 10, 2021


Journal Papers

  1. Selection in Advanced Generation (F4) Based on Agro-morphological Traits in Fine Rice

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  2. Variability of Chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) Genotypes for Yield and Yield Attributes 

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  3. Source Sink Pottential of Maize Inbreds Grown Under Rainfed Condition in Bangladesh

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  4. Evaluation of Genotypic Performances in Native Rice Landraces of Bangladesh

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  1. Regulation of circadian for enhancing abiotic stress tolerance in wheat

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  1. Development of Cotton Research and Technology Transfer Project

    Funded by: CDB (Cotton Development Board)


  1. Selection of early matured boll picking genotypes based on physio-morphological and phenological attributes in upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology

    Position: Project Director

    Description: A total number of 100 genetically and phenotypically diverse genotypes were collected from Cotton Research Centre, Mahigang Rangpur. The genotypes were evaluated at Cotton Research, Training and Seed Multiplication Farm, Sadarpur, Dinajpur during 2021-2022. There were three sowing dates such as, 15 June 2021, 1 July 2021 and 15 July 2021, along with a trial which was conducted under rainfed condition sown on 15 July 2021, the spacing was 40 cm x 90 cm and unit plot size was 4 m x 4.5 m accommodated 50 plants with three replications. Data were recorded on plant height (cm), sympodial branches/plant, bolls/plant, days to 50% flowering, days to 1st boll picking, earliness index, single boll weight (g), phenotypic acceptability, seed cotton yield/plant and lint fiber yield/plant. Over the three sowing dates, 45 early boll picking genotypes were selected and the range of seed cotton yield was 115.94-128.54 g. Of the three sowing dates 1 July was ideal for cotton cultivation in northern part of Bangladesh since higher seed cotton yield with high phenotypic acceptability were measured from the genotypes sown on that day. Further, under rainfed condition, 30 drought tolerant genotypes were identified based on proline content (µ mol/g), chlorophyll content (n mol/g), relative leaf water content, excise leaf water loss and seed cotton yield/plant. Under drought situation the seed cotton yield ranged from 105.24-112.92g. Generally the potential of the genotypes was lower in rainfed condition compared to optimum condition. The physiological traits were positively correlated with seed cotton yield/plant. However, among the four traits, proline content and chlorophyll content appeared as the most influential to achieve high seed cotton yield under drought condition. The range of proline content ranged from 0.20- 0.95 µ mol/g and the highest proline was estimated from BC 0042, on the other hand the chlorophyll content ranged from 31.82-40.95 n mol/g and maximum chlorophyll was measured in Mutant-1. Not only that these two traits were positively and significantly associated with the other two physiological traits. Plant having shorter in height seemed to drought tolerance since these genotypes occupy maximum ground coverage to reduce evapotranspiration. None of the genotypes showed resistant to insect attack but degree of infestation varied from genotypes to genotypes. Since the identified drought tolerant 30 genotypes also included in the early boll picking cluster, hence after authentication by phenotypic platforming and molecular analysis the suitable genotypes might be obtained which would possess both early harvesting and drought tolerant properties, essentially needed for the cotton growers in the northern belt of Bangladesh.

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