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NameRAHMAN Abidur
AffiliationIwate University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant-bioscience
TitleAssociate Professor
Birthday
Laboratory telephone number
Laboratory FAX number
Address020-8550 ueda 3-choume 18-8 morioka shi, iwate ken
Homepage URLhttp://news7a1.atm.iwate-u.ac.jp/~abidur/
School Attended (except graduate school)
  1. Dhaka University, Bangladesh Faculty of Science Biochemistry
    • Classification of School : University
    • Year completed : 1 Mar. 1994
    • Completion status : Graduated
Graduate School Attended, etc.
  1. Dhaka University Graduate School, Division of Natural Science Plant Biochemistry
    • Course of Graduate School : Master Course
    • Year completed : 31 Mar. 1995
    • Completion category : Completed
  2. Kobe University Graduate School, Division of Science and Technology Plant Biochemistry
    • Course of Graduate School : Doctor Course
    • Year completed : 30 Sep. 2001
    • Completion category : Completed
Degree
  1. PhD in bioscience
    • Degree Field : Plant physiology/molecule
    • Degree Acquisition University : Kobe University
    • Acquisition year : 30 Sep. 2001
Employment Record in Research
  1. Iwate University Faculty of Agriculture Field Science Center
    • [Key Role] Associate Professor (3 Oct. 2006 - )
External Career
  1. University of Massachusetts
    • [Chief Researcher] (1 Oct. 2001 - 30 Sep. 2006)
Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification)
  1. Plant physiology/molecule
  2. Cell biology
Research Field keywords
  1. Plant hormone, abiotic stress
Recommended URL
  1. Laboratory home page
    http://news7a1.atm.iwate-u.ac.jp/~abidur/
Message
The primary research interest of my lab lies in understanding the hormonal regulation of plant growth and development under optimum condition and various stresses. For this, we are primarily focusing on the plant hormone auxin, which influences plant behavior from embryogenesis to senescence and exhibits complex interactions with other hormones.
Research Career
  1. Auxin-ethylene response pathway( Oct. 1997~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program :
  2. Actin-auxin interaction in regulating the cell division process in plant( Apr. 2004~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Cell biology
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program :
  3. Understanding the role of auxin in regulating the plant growth and development under temperature stress( Apr. 2009~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program :
  4. Understanding the molecular mechanism of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) effect on cellular actin organization and its impact on selective herbicidal action( Apr. 2009~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program : Basic Science Research on Life Science
    • Contents of Research Career :
      2,4-dicholorophenoxyacetic acid, a chemical analogue of auxin, IAA has been used as selective herbicide for more than 5 decades. However, the molecular mechanism how this auxinic herbicide selectively kills dicot plants remain obscure. Our previous results suggest that 2,4-D targets cellular actin to inhibit the plant growth and development (Rahman et al., 2007). This selectivity of 2,4-D lead us to hypothesize that actin mediated cell death may be the mechanism by which it shows its selective herbicidal action. We are testing this hypothesis by using molecular and cell biological approaches in both dicot and monocot plants.
  5. Elucidating the molecular mechanism of IBA action and transport in Arabidopsis( Apr. 2010~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program : Basic Science Research on Life Science
    • Contents of Research Career :
      The majority of the research conducted on auxin has been predominantly focused on the Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), the primary free auxin in most plants, yet there is another abundant auxin Indole-3-butyric acid (IBA) which approaches the level of free IAA in some plant species including Arabidopsis (Ludwig-Muller, 2000). Surprisingly, much less attention has been paid to elucidate the molecular action of this hormone assuming that IBA acts via IAA pathways. However, recent results clearly showed that IBA does not require either the IAA uptake carrier AUX1 or efflux carrier PIN2 for its cellular transport (Rashotte et al., 2003). In addition IBA has been shown to effect the hypocotyl elongation and lateral root formation differentially than of IAA. Collectively, these results suggest that IBA signaling and transports are possibly mediated by yet-unidentified novel pathways. We are using both conventional mutant screening and ecotype screening to find out the novel factors.
  6. Understanding the molecular cross-talk between actin and hormones during meristem development( Apr. 2011~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program : Basic Science Research on Life Science
    • Contents of Research Career :
      This project aims at understanding the molecular link between actin and various hormones during meristem formation. We are using root as the model system as it provides two actively growing meristem regions, the root apical meristem and lateral root meristem.
  7. Understanding the molecular mechanisms of cadmium and cesium toxicity in plants to engineer hyperaccumulator plants for phytoremediation( Apr. 2012~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program : Basic Science Research on Life Science
    • Contents of Research Career :
      This project was aimed at identifying the molecular and cellular pathways that may function in detoxifying these metals. One of the major pathways for plant to detoxify toxic metals is through transporting them to vacuole and sequestering them. The ABC transporters, also called multidrug resistance proteins, are ubiquitous in plant and animal kingdom and play an important role in transporting various substances, including metals. Based on the function of ABC proteins in animal, we hypothesized that these proteins may function in transporting Cs and Cd to vacuole for detoxification. To prove or refute this hypothesis, we took a multi facet approach that includes; 1) mutant screening; 2) transcript profiling; 3) comparison of Cd content in wild-type and mutant, 4) cellular expression analysis of target proteins.
  8. Auxin and cell cycle regulation( Apr. 2013~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program : Basic Science Research on Life Science
    • Contents of Research Career :
      This project aims at understanding the molecular link between auxin and cell cycle process during root meristem development.
  9. Deciphering micro RNA mediated auxin signaling during plant cold stress response( Apr. 2015~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Plant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program : Basic Science Research on Life Science
    • Contents of Research Career :
      The project is focused to understand the molecular pathway that integrates auxin and cold stress response by understanding the role of miRNA.
Research Achievement (Published Thesis)
  1. Structure-Function Analysis of the presumptive Arabidopsis Auxin Permease AUX1. [Plant Cell, 16(11), (14 Oct. 2004), pp.3069-3083] Swarup R, Kargul J, Marchant A, Zadik D, Rahman A, Mills R, Yemm A, May S, Williams L, Millner P, Tsurumi S, Moore I, Napier R, Kerr ID, Bennett MJ
  2. A novel protein, SMAP1, mediates responses of the arabidopsis root to the synthetic auxin 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid. [Plant Journal, 47(5), (30 May. 2006), pp.788-801] Rahman A, Nakasone A, Chhun T, Ooura C, Biswas KK, Uchimiya H, Tsurumi S, Baskin TI, Tanaka A, Oono Y
  3. (It is not inputted) [50(3), (1 May. 2007), pp.514-528] Rahman A, Bannigan A, Sulaiman W, Oono Y, Baskin TI
  4. Virus-induced gene silencing of P23k in barley leaf reveals morphological changes involved in secondary wall formation [(58), ( Jul. 2007), pp.2617-2625] Oikawa A, Rahman A, Yamashita T, Taira H, Kidou S
  5. Genetic Characterization of Mutants Resistant to the Antiauxin p-chlorophenoxyisobutyric Acid (PCIB) Reveals that AAR3, a Gene Encoding DCN1-Like Protein, regulates responses to the synthetic auxin 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in Arabidopsis roots. [(145), (1 Nov. 2007), pp.773-785] Biswas KK, Ooura C, Higuchi K, Miyazaki Y, Nguyen VV, Rahman A, Uchimiya H, Kiyosue T, Koshiba T, Tanaka A, Narumi I, Oono Y
  6. Genetic dissection of hormonal responses in the roots of Arabidopsis grown under continuous mechanical impedance [146(4), (1 Apr. 2008), pp.1651-1662] Okamoto T, Tsurumi S, Shibasaki K, Obana Y, Takaji H, Oono Y, Rahman A
  7. Two leucine-rich repeat receptor kinases mediate signaling, linking cell wall biosynthesis and ACC synthase in Arabidopsis [Plant Cell, 20(11), (1 Apr. 2008), pp.3065-3079] Xu S, Rahman A, Baskin TI, Kieber JJ
  8. PINOID kinase regulates root gravitropism through modulation of PIN2-dependent basipetal transport in Arabidopsis thaliana. [Plant Physiol, (150), (1 Apr. 2009), pp.722-735]
  9. Auxin response under cold stress: underlying molecular mechanisms [Plant Cell, 21(12), (1 Dec. 2009), pp.3823-3838] Shibasaki K, Uemura M, Tsurumi S, Rahman A
  10. Gravitropism of Arabidopsis thaliana roots requires the polarization of PIN2 toward the root tip in meristematic cortical cells [Plant Cell, 22(6), (1 Jun. 2010), pp.1762-1776] Rahman A , Takahashi M, Shibasaki K, Wu S, Inaba T, Tsurumi S, Baskin TI
  11. Shootward and rootward: peak terminology for plant polarity. [Trends in Plant Science, 15(11), (1 Oct. 2010), pp.593-594] Baskin TI, Peret B, Baluška F, Benfey PN, Bennett M, Forde BG, Gilroy S, Helariutta Y, Hepler PK, Leyser O, Masson PH, Muday GK, Murphy AS, Poethig S, Rahman A, Roberts K, Scheres B, Sharp RE, and Somerville C
  12. SMALL ACIDIC PROTEIN 1 acts with RUB modification components, the COP9 signalosome and AXR1, to regulate growth and development of Arabidopsis thaliana [Plant Physiology, 160(1), (1 May. 2012), pp.93-105] Nakasone, A, Fujiwara, M, Fukao, Y, Biswas KK, Rahman A, Kawai-Yamada, M, Narumi I, Uchimiya H, and Oono Y
  13. Cellular auxin homeostasis under high temperature is regulated through a SORTING NEXIN 1 dependent endosomal trafficking pathway [Plant Cell, 25, (1 Sep. 2013), pp.3424-3433] Hanzawa A, Shibasaki A, Numata, T, Kawamura, K, Guade T, Rahman A
  14. Small acidic protein 1 and SCFTIR1 ubiquitin proteasome pathway act in concert to induce 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid-mediated alteration of actin in Arabidopsis roots. [Plant Journal, 89, (25 Nov. 2016), pp.940-956] Maho T, Umetsu K, Oono Y, Higaki T, Blanclaflor EB, Rahman A
Research Achievement (Book)
  1. Plant Tropisms [Blackwell Publishing (8 Apr. 2008)] Muday GK, Rahman A
    • Classification of Books : The science book
  2. Polar Auxin Transport, Signaling and Communication in Plants 17 [Springer (1 May. 2013)] Shibasaki K, Rahman A
    • Classification of Books : The science book
Research Achievement (Review)
  1. Auxin and ethylene: collaborators or competitors [Cell Press, Trends in Plant Science, 17, (7 Mar. 2012), pp.181-195] Muday GK, Rahman A, Binder BM
    • Classification of Books or Thesis : academic journal
  2. Auxin: a regulator of cold stress response [Wiley-Blackwell, Physiologia Plantarum, 147(1), (1 Apr. 2013), pp.28-35] Rahman A
    • Classification of Books or Thesis : academic journal
  3. CRISPR-Cas9 Genome editing technology [Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists (GNOBB), Workshop hand book (1st National Workshop on CRISPR-Cas9 Genome editing Technology) by GNOBB, (1), (28 Mar. 2016), pp.1-25] Rahman A, Aslam M
    • Classification of Books or Thesis : academic journal (local)
  4. CRISPR/Cas9 and biosafety issues [Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists (GNOBB), Workshop hand book (1st National Workshop on CRISPR-Cas9 Genome editing Technology) by GNOBB, (1), (28 Mar. 2016), pp.29-35] Rahman A, Ashraf MA
    • Classification of Books or Thesis : academic journal (local)
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    • Date of Presentation : 7 Jul. 2007 - 11 Jul. 2007
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  37. Freezing Tolerance and Plasma Membrane Proteome of the Novel Model Grass Species Brachypodium distachyon.
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2012 - 18 Mar. 2012
    • All Speakers : Takato N, Tajahashi D, Kawamura Y, Rahman A , Uemmura M (
  38. Physiological and genetic characterization of novel Indole-3-butyric acid resistant mutants
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2012 - 18 Mar. 2012
    • All Speakers : Hanzawa T, Muday G, Rahman A
  39. Gravitropism of Arabidopsis thaliana roots requires the polarization of PIN2 toward the root tip in meristematic cortical cells
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2012 - 18 Mar. 2012
    • All Speakers : Rahman A, Takahashi M, Shibasaki K, Wu S, Inaba T, Baskin TI, Tsurumi S
  40. Two actin isovariants, ACT7 and ACT8 regulate Arabidopsis root meristem development
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2012 - 18 Mar. 2012
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy KM, Meagher RB, Rahman A
  41. Comparative plasma membrane proteomics of Brachypodium distachyon with two cereals (oat and rye) in association with cold acclimation
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 20 Jul. 2012 - 24 Jul. 2012
    • All Speakers : Nakayama T, Daisuke T, Kawamura Y, Rahman A, Uemura M
  42. Physiological and genetic characterization of novel indole-3-butyric acid resistant mutants
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 20 Jul. 2012 - 24 Jul. 2012
    • All Speakers : Hanzawa T, Greg M, Muday G, Rahman A
  43. Two actin isovariants, ACT7 and ACT8 regulate Arabidopsis root meristem development through modulating intracellular auxin gradient.
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 20 Jul. 2012 - 24 Jul. 2012
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy M, Meagher R, Rahman A
  44. Temperature regulated auxin homeostasis: a cellular perspective.
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 25 Jul. 2012
    • All Speakers : Rahman A
  45. Two actin isovariants, ACT7 and ACT8 play distinct role in regulating the root meristem development
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 15 Dec. 2012 - 16 Dec. 2012
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy KM, Meagher RB, Rahman A
  46. Understanding the role of protein trafficking pathways in regulating the growth and development of plants under temperature stress
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 15 Dec. 2012 - 16 Dec. 2012
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi E, Rahman A
  47. Understanding the role of actin dynamicity in regulating the response of auxinic herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 15 Dec. 2012 - 16 Dec. 2012
    • All Speakers : Umetsu K, Rahman A
  48. Actin isovariant ACT7 controls root meristem development through modulating auxin gradient regulated hormonal crosstalk
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 21 Mar. 2013 - 23 Mar. 2013
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy KM, Meagher RB, Rahman A
  49. Cellular auxin homeostasis under high temperature is regulated through a SORTING NEXIN 1-dependent endosomal trafficking pathway
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 21 Mar. 2013 - 23 Mar. 2013
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy KM, Meagher RB, Rahman A
  50. Cellular auxin homeostasis under high temperature is regulated through a SORTING NEXIN 1-dependent endosomal trafficking pathway
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 20 Jul. 2013 - 24 Jul. 2013
    • All Speakers : Rahman A
  51. Understanding the role of protein trafficking pathways in regulating the growth and development of plants under temperature stress
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 20 Jul. 2013 - 24 Jul. 2013
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi E, Rahman A
  52. Selective herbicidal action of auxinic herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid is regulated through actin mediated cell death
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 20 Jul. 2013 - 24 Jul. 2013
    • All Speakers : Umetsu K, Ono K, Rahman A
  53. Actin isovariant ACT7 controls root meristem development through modulating auxin gradient regulated hormonal crosstalk
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 11 Aug. 2013 - 15 Aug. 2013
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy M, Meagher R, Rahman A
  54. Root meristem development is under regulation of actin isovariant ACT7 mediated formation of auxin gradient
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 13 Sep. 2013 - 15 Sep. 2013
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy KM, Meagher RB, Rahman A
  55. Actin isovariant ACT7 regulates root meristem development through modulating PIN1 mediated auxin transport
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 14 Dec. 2013 - 15 Dec. 2013
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy KM, Meagher RB, Rahman A
  56. Understanding the role of protein trafficking in regulating plant growth under cold stress
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 14 Dec. 2013 - 15 Dec. 2013
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi E, Rahman A
  57. Actin dynamicity regulates the herbicidal effect of auxinic herbicide 2,4-dicholorophenoxyacetic acid
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 14 Dec. 2013 - 15 Dec. 2013
    • All Speakers : Umetsu K, Rahman A
  58. Understanding the mechanism of secondary root development using Arabidopsis natural variants
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 14 Dec. 2013 - 15 Dec. 2013
    • All Speakers : Yoshida M, Rahman A
  59. Actin isovariant ACT7 regulates root meristem development through modulating PIN1 mediated auxin transport
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 18 Mar. 2014 - 20 Mar. 2014
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy KM, Meagher RB, Rahman A
  60. Cellular auxin homeostasis under high temperature is regulated through a SORTING NEXIN 1- dependent endosomal trafficking pathway
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 18 Mar. 2014 - 20 Mar. 2014
    • All Speakers : Hanzawa T, Sibasaki K, Numata T, Kawamura Y, Gaude T, Rahman A
  61. Understanding the role of actin dynamicity in regulating the response of 2,4-dicholorophenoxyacetic acid.
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 12 Jul. 2014 - 16 Jul. 2014
    • All Speakers : Umetsu K, Rahman A
  62. Arabidopsis vatural variants: a tool for understanding the mechanism of secondary root development
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 12 Jul. 2014 - 16 Jul. 2014
    • All Speakers : Yoshida M, Rahman A
  63. Actin isovariant ACT7 controls primary root meristem development through modulating efflux-mediated local auxin gradient
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 12 Jul. 2014 - 16 Jul. 2014
    • All Speakers : Numata T, Kandasamy M, Meagher R, and Rahman A
  64. High temperature regulated Auxin homeostasis: a cellular perspective
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 27 Oct. 2014 - 29 Oct. 2014
    • All Speakers : Rahman A
  65. Actin dynamicity regulates the response of auxinic herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid-
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 8 Dec. 2014 - 10 Dec. 2014
    • All Speakers : Umetsu K, Rahman A
  66. Auxin and temperature stress: Molecular and Cellular Perspectives
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 8 Dec. 2014 - 10 Dec. 2014
    • All Speakers : Rahman A
  67. Selective herbicidal action of auxinic herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid is regulated through actin mediated cell death
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 14 Dec. 2014 - 15 Dec. 2014
    • All Speakers : Umetsu K, Rahman A
  68. Auxin and temperature stress: Molecular and Cellular Perspectives
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( key )
    • Date of Presentation : 9 Jan. 2015 - 10 Jan. 2015
    • All Speakers : Rahman A
  69. Understanding the role of protein trafficking in high temperature-mediated plant growth and development
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2015 - 18 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Nakasato Y, Ueda T, Rahman A
  70. Understanding the role of protein traffickinng in regulating the plant growth and development under cold temperature
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2015 - 18 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi E, Rahman A
  71. Characterization of novel genes that regulate Indole-3-butyric acid response in Arabidopsis
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2015 - 18 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Yoshida M, Hanzawa T, Rahman A
  72. Selective herbicidal action of auxinic herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) is regulated through actin mediated cell death
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2015 - 18 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Umetsu K, Rahman A
  73. Understanding the role of ABC proteins in cesium transport
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2015 - 18 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Sayaka K, Rahman A
  74. Ethylene is a major regulator of root apical meristem development in Arabidopsis thaliana
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 18 Mar. 2015 - 20 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Ashraf AM, Kobayashi Y, Rahman A
  75. Characterization of novel genes that regulate Indole-3-butyric acid response in Arabidopsis thaliana
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 18 Mar. 2015 - 20 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Yoshida M, Hanzawa T, Ogura T, Busch W, Rahman A
  76. Functional redundancy of aquaporins during cold acclimation and freeze tolerance
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 18 Mar. 2015 - 20 Mar. 2015
    • All Speakers : Rahman A, Kawamura Y, Maeshima M, Rahman A, Uemura M
  77. SMALL ACIDIC PROTEIN 1 (SMAP1) and SCF TIR1 ubiquitin proteasome pathway act in concert to regulate 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid-mediated alteration of actin in Arabidopsis root.
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 21 Jun. 2016 - 25 Jun. 2016
    • All Speakers : Takahashi, M., Umetsu, K., Oono, Y., Higaki, T., Blanclaflor, E.B., Rahman, A
  78. Known proteins, unexpected functions: a new insight into the transport mechanism of arsenite and cesium
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 14 Jul. 2016 - 15 Jul. 2016
    • All Speakers : Rahman A
  79. Identification of genes with potential to use in phytoremediation
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 13 Oct. 2016 - 14 Oct. 2016
    • All Speakers : Rahman A
  80. Auxin response plays a crucial role in microRNA-mediated low temperature stress response
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 17 Dec. 2016 - 18 Dec. 2016
    • All Speakers : Aslam, M., Rahman, A
  81. GNOM-mediated endosomal trafficking pathway regulates cold stress in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 17 Dec. 2016 - 18 Dec. 2016
    • All Speakers : Ashraf, M.A., Rahman A
  82. VPS9a, a RAB5 GTPase activator regulates the high temperature stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 17 Dec. 2016 - 18 Dec. 2016
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi,Y., Nakasato ,Y., Aslam, M., Rahman, A
  83. TBP associated factor 2 (TAF2), a regulator of IBA response in Arabidopsis
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 16 Mar. 2017 - 18 Mar. 2017
    • All Speakers : Aslam, M.,Hanzawa, T., Yoshida, M., Rahman, A
  84. Cesium transport in Arabidopsis thaliana is mediated by ABCG37
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( key )
    • Date of Presentation : 14 May. 2017 - 16 May. 2017
    • All Speakers : Ashraf MA, Kumagai S, Rahman A
  85. GNOM-mediated endosomal trafficking pathway regulates cold stress in Arabidopsis thaliana
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 24 Jun. 2017 - 28 Jun. 2017
    • All Speakers : Ashraf MA, Kumagai S, Rahman A
  86. VPS9a, a RAB5 GTPase activator regulates the high temperature stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 24 Jun. 2017 - 28 Jun. 2017
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi Y, Kobayashi Y, Aslam M, Nakasato Y, Ueda T, Rahman A
  87. CRISPR- Cas9 background, domain specific function of TBP associated Factor 2 (TAF2) revealed by CRISPR-Cas9
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 8 Sep. 2017 - 10 Sep. 2017
    • All Speakers : Rahman, A
  88. Actin isovariant ACT8 regulates Arabidopsis lateral root developmental process
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 8 Sep. 2017 - 10 Sep. 2017
    • All Speakers : Yamauchi M, Numata T, Rahman A
  89. GNOM-mediated endosomal trafficking pathway regulates cold stress in Arabidopsis thaliana
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 9 Dec. 2017 - 10 Dec. 2017
    • All Speakers : Ashraf MA, Rahman A
  90. VPS9a, a RAB5 GTPase activator regulates the high temperature stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 9 Dec. 2017 - 10 Dec. 2017
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi Y,Ueda T , Rahman A
  91. Understanding the mechanisms of action of auxinic herbicides Dicamba and Picloram in inhibiting Arabidopsis root growth.
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 9 Dec. 2017 - 10 Dec. 2017
    • All Speakers : Sakai H, Rahman A
  92. Actin isovariant ACT8 regulates Arabidopsis lateral root developmental process.
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 9 Dec. 2017 - 10 Dec. 2017
    • All Speakers : Marika Y, Rahman A
  93. Biotechnology in Health and Agriculture
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( key )
    • Date of Presentation : 29 Dec. 2017 - 30 Dec. 2017
    • All Speakers : Rahman, A
  94. Mutation in GNOM, resulting in BFA resistance induces overexpression and alters subcellular localization of GNOM in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 28 Mar. 2018 - 30 Mar. 2018
    • All Speakers : Ashraf MA, Rahman A
  95. Actin isovariant ACT8 regulates Arabidopsis lateral root developmental process
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 28 Mar. 2018 - 30 Mar. 2018
    • All Speakers : Marika Y, Rahman A
  96. VPS9a, a RAB5 GTPase activator regulates the high temperature stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 28 Mar. 2018 - 30 Mar. 2018
    • All Speakers : Kobayashi Y, Ueda T, Rahman A
  97. Understanding the mechanisms of action of auxinic herbicides Dicamba and Picloram in inhibiting Arabidopsis root growth
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 28 Mar. 2018 - 30 Mar. 2018
    • All Speakers : Sakai H, Rahman A
Academic Awards Received
  1. Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists (GNOBB)-2017 outstanding Scientist award
    • Awarded date : 30 Dec. 2017
    • All winners : Abidur Rahman
Academic Society Joined
  1. Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists (4 Apr. 1999)
  2. American Society of Plant Biologists (9 Sep. 1999)
  3. Graduate Biochemist Association (9 Sep. 1999)
  4. Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists (1 Jun. 2004)
  5. (It is not inputted) ( Apr. 2007)
  6. (It is not inputted) ( Oct. 2009)
  7. (It is not inputted) ( Nov. 2010)
  8. Advances in Botany (1 Jun. 2013)
  9. Bioresearch Communication (1 May. 2014)
  10. Journal of Plant Growth regulation (1 May. 2014)
  11. Scandinavian society for plant physiologists (1 Jun. 2014)
  12. Society for experimental Biology (1 May. 2015)
Activities, such as a society and a committee
  1. (It is not inputted) Editor( Oct. 2009)
  2. (It is not inputted) Editor( Nov. 2010)
  3. Bioresearch Communication Editor(1 Jun. 2013)
  4. Journal of Plant Growth regulation Editor(1 Oct. 2015)