Profile of Dr. Md. Yeasin Prodhan


Dr. Md. Yeasin Prodhan

Associate Professor

Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (BMB)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.



    To be a great teacher among the bests and to facilitate an educational environment where students can use their potential to fulfill innovative ideas.


    Understanding how plants sense and respond to environmental stimuli. Elucidating the signaling system in stomatal surrounding cells under stress. Part of my research investigating hormone signaling in plants under stress condition. My research also focuses on the use of disease (diabetic) relieving biofunctional compounds (Stevioside/natural sweetener) in food formulation.


  1. Doctor of Philosophy, 2017

    Okayama University, Japan

  2. MS in Biochemistry, 2009

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

  3. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Hons.), 2006

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh

  4. Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSC), 2002

    Juranpur Adarsha College, Daudkandi, Bangladesh

  5. Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSC), 1998

    Nischintapur High School, Matlab (North), Chandpur, Bangladesh


  1. Assistant Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    April 03, 2014 to Present

  2. Assistant Professor
    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

    October 26, 2011 to April 01, 2014

  3. Lecturer
    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

    October 26, 2009 to October 25, 2011


Journal Papers

  1. Prodhan MY, Munemasa S, Nahar MNN, Nakamura Y, Murata Y. Guard cell salicylic acid signaling is integrated into abscisic acid signaling via the Ca2+/CPK-dependent pathway, Plant Physiology (IF. 7.03), USA. ASPB. 178(1) 441-450, 2018

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  2. Haque MA, Barman DN, Das SR, Prodhan MY, Chowdhury AKMMB, Rahman MB, Haque MA, Yun HD. Hydrothermal assisted Bacillus sp. AY8 pretreatment on lignocellulose for the liquefaction and enhancement of enzymatic hydrolysis. Asian Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 3(2): 66-78, 2018 .

  3. Prodhan MY, Issak M, Nakamura T, Munemasa S, Nakamura Y, Murata Y (2017) Chitosan signaling in guard cells requires endogenous salicylic acid. Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry (Japan) 81(8):1536-1541 (IF 1.255)

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  4. Nahar NN, Islam MM, Hoque MA, Yonezawa A, Prodhan MY, Nakamura T, Munemasa S, Murata Y (2017) Exogenous proline enhances the sensitivity of Tobacco BY-2 cells to arsenate. Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry (Japan), 81(9): 1726-1731 (IF 1.255)

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  5. Salam MA, MY Prodhan, SM Sayem, MA Islam (2014) Comparative Growth Performances of Taro plant in Aquaponics vs other Systems, International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, 7(3): 941-946

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  6. Monira S, MM Haque, MM Ali, MY Prodhan (2014) Evaluation of Pangasius pond sediment potentials in vegetable production as rooftop Bag Gardening, Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh, Volume 12, No 2, pp393-400

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  7. Nahar NN, MY Prodhan, and PK Roy (2012) Amino acids and Mineral Contents of a Wild Bean. Bangladesh Journal of Crop Science, 22-23: 79-84

  8. SK Basu, NM Talukder, NN Nahar and MY Prodhan (2012) Evaluation of Nutritional Status of Grain of Boro Rice (cv. BRRI dhan 28) Applying Chemical Fertilizers and Organic Manure Cultivated under System of Rice Intensification (SRI). Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 10(1): 053-056.

  9. M.Y. Prodhan, B.L.D. Chowdhury, A. Siddiqua and M.J.H. Bhuiyan (2010) Growing Stevia Plants in Household Condition and their Evaluation on the basis of Phenotypic Attributes. J. Agrofor. Environ. 3 (2):231-234

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  10.  N N Nahar, P K Roy and M Y Prodhan (2010) Biochemical analysis of a wild bean. Int. J. BioRes. 2 (12): 21-24

  11. M. A. Alam, A. Siddiqua, M. A. H. Chowdhury and M. Y. Prodhan (2009) Nodulation, yield, and quality of soybean as influenced by integrated nutrient management. J. Bangladesh Agril. Univ. 7(2): 229-234

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  1. Borlaug Higher Education for Agricultural Research and Development (BHEARD) Scholarship

    Funded by: Michigan State University, USA (Achieved but not go)

  2. Monbukagakusho Scholarship

    Funded by: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan


  1. Extraction and purification of natural sweetener (stevioside) for diabetic food preparation

    Funded by: The Institute of Research and Training, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Ban

    Position: Principal Investigator

    Description: Will update soon

  2. Investigating antibacterial activity of stevioside against antibiotic resistance bacteria in Bangladesh.

    Funded by: The Institute of Research and Training, Hajee Md. Danesh Science and Technology University

    Position: Principal Investigator

    Description: Will update soon

  3. Survey in danger of industrial emission and its injury mechanism on rice growth and reproduction in the Dinajpur region of Bangladesh

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology (July 2017-June 2018, Phase-I)

    Position: Associate Director

    Description: Will update soon

  4. Introducing BAU Aquaponics and Sac Bag for Fish and Vegetable Cultivation to Climate Change Adaptations in South–Western Coastal Region of Bangladesh

    Funded by: DANIDA and Planning Commission

    Position: Principal Investigator

    Description: BAU developed two technologies such as Aquaponics for fish and vegetable and sac bag for vegetable culture were piloted with the financial help from DANIDA and Planning Commission in Chalna, Dacope, Khulna to see its performances and perception of farmers involving the climate refugees and resource poor farmers in cyclone and water surge affected coastal areas to address climate change impact. The project site was selected with the help of NGO personnel and Fisheries Officer considering the climate vulnerability as the area is highly susceptible to cyclone and severely devastated by SIDR and AILA. Following the site selection a reconnaissance was carried out in the area with the stakeholders and one hundred and five farmers were purposively selected according to their knowledge and working experiences from three Unions of Dacope, Khulna. Among them 90 farmers were selected for BAU sac bag and 15 for BAU Aquaponics. The average age of the participants was 35.9 and age range was in between 22 to 65 which mean that the active working forces have been selected for the project activities. The participants were dominated by the female (75.2%) and Hindus (94.3%). Majority of the participants were house wife (75.2%) whereas; rest 24.8% was day labourers. The average family size (4.22%) was below the national average in the study area. Multidisciplinary approaches like aquaculture, hydroponics vegetable culture, water chemistry and environmental impact are being addressed in the project. The farmers were trained up to enhance their knowledge by the expert trainer and tools of BAU aquaponics and BAU sac bag were handed over. The PI, Co-PI, research assistant, Shushilan NGO and field staff set up the Aquaponics and bags and follow up the activities closely during the project period.

  5. BAU Aquaponics for Fish and Organic Vegetable Production from the Backyard to Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security.

    Funded by: The Ministry of Science and Information, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

    Position: Co-investigator

    Description: Fish and vegetables are simultaneously cultured in this system. Vegetables are grown without the use of any chemical fertilizers. Fish water is used for watering the plants. Fish is cultured in a tank containing tap water that is recycled in the vegetables. This system can supply fish and good quality organic vegetables for the farmers in household condition. Population pressure and land scarcity hindered the development and food security in Bangladesh. To feed the enormous population, farmers increased crop production using chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides which created environmental pollution and health hazards. Therefore, an experiment was carried out as organic farming to investigate the growth performances of Taro plant (Colocasia esculenta) in aquaponics system (T1), hydroponics with tap water (T2) and in soil (T3). The healthy and equal sized Taro seedlings were used in each method and tilapia was used as experimental fish. Water quality parameters were recorded weekly, fish and vegetable growth was monitored fortnightly and soil quality was measured monthly. Two sample t-test was conducted for morphological parameters and coefficient of variation (CV) was measured for biochemical elements to find out the best-performed method. The growth of Taro plant was significantly different in various systems. The highest growth was found in T1 followed by T3 and T2. The mineral contents in the soil were significantly higher than the other systems. Taro plant growth was significantly higher in T1 as waste water continuously supplied nutrients to the plants, hence, the system can be replicated anywhere in the country irrespective of geographic location and weather to overcome the environmental pollution.