Mr. Saleh Mohammad Adnan
Mr. Saleh Mohammad Adnan

Assistant Professor Contact No : 8801319312077
Department of Entomology Email : smadnan@bau.edu.bd
Faculty of Agriculture ResearchGate Google Scholar
 
Research Interest:    Insect Physilogy, pest management, MAT, SIT
Bachelor Of Science In Agriculture    - 2010
Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU)
Bangladesh
PhD    - 2019
Macquarie University
Australia
Masters Of Research    - 2015
Macquarie University
Australia
Masters Of Science In Entomology    - 2012
Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU)
Bangladesh
Total Number:  5
 

 Damage assessment and integrated management of Spodoptera litura in cabbage funded by Bangladesh Agricultural University research system (BAURES): 2015-16.

 Bio-ecology and eco-friendly management of Red pumpkin beetle, Aulacophora foveicollis (Lucas) funded by Ministry of science and technology, Government of Bangladesh: 2014- 15.

 Biology and bio-rational control approaches of Mango Hopper, Idioscopus clypealis funded by Ministry of science and technology, Government of Bangladesh: 2013- 14.

 Life table parameters and functional response of a predator, Neoseiulus longispinosus on different spider mites funded by University Grant commission, Bangladesh: 2012-13.

 Efficacy of different insecticides and neem leaf extract in controlling Sugarcane Termite, Odontotermes Lokanandi funded by Ministry of science and technology, Government of Bangladesh: 2012- 13.

Total Number:  9
 
  1. Trained on SPSS introductory course arranged by higher degree research, Macquarie University, NSW (2016).
  2. Trained on SPSS intermediate course arranged by higher degree research, Macquarie University, NSW (2016).
  3. Attended training on EndNote basic for PC arranged by higher degree research, Macquarie University, NSW (2015).
  4. Attended training on EndNote Advanced for PC arranged by higher degree research, Macquarie University, NSW (2015).
  5. Trained on ‘Basics of MS Office’ from Graduate Training Institute (GTI), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh (2011).
  6. Obtained training on “Teaching Methods and Techniques” from Graduate Training Institute (GTI), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh (2013).
  7. Trained on “Communicative English arranged by the Department of Languages”, Bangladesh Agricultural University (2012).
  8. Trained on Teaching Methods and Techniques organized by “Modernization of Crop Science Education for Production of Quality Graduates at BAU (CP-2004)”, HEQEP, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh (2013).
  9. Trained on Scientific report writing and Project cycle management organized by “Modernization of Crop Science Education for Production of Quality Graduates at BAU (CP-2004)”, HEQEP, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh (2014).
Assistant Professor
11 Jan, 2014 -
Lecturer
11 Jan, 2012 - 10 Jan, 2014
Total Number:  11
 
  1. Adnan SM, Mendez V, Morelli R, Akter H, Farhana I and Taylor PW (2018). Dietary

methoprene supplement promotes early sexual maturation of male Queensland fruit

fly Bactrocera tryoni. J Pest Sci 91(4): 1441-1454 (2018).

  1. Akter H, Adnan SM, Morelli R, Rempoulakis P, and Taylor PW, (2017). Suppression

of cuelure attraction in male Queensland fruit flies provided raspberry ketone

supplements as immature adults. PLoS One, 12(8), e0184086.

  1. Adnan SM, Inskeep J, Farhana I, Rempoulakis P, and Taylor PW (2019). Accelerated

sexual maturation in methoprene-treated sterile and fertile male Queensland fruit flies,

and mosquito larvicide as an economical and effective source of methoprene. Journal of Economic Entomology in press.

  1. Adnan SM, Inskeep J, Farhana I, Rempoulakis P, and Taylor PW (2019). Dietary

methoprene enhances sexual competitiveness of sterile male Queensland fruit flies in

field cages. Accepted in Journal of pest science.

  1. Adnan SM, Farhana I, Rempoulakis P, and Taylor PW (2019). Methoprene-induced

matings of young Queensland fruit fly males are effective at inducing sexual

inhibition in females. Provisionally accepted in Journal of Insect Physiology

  1. Adnan SM, Perez-staples D, and Taylor PW (2019). Dietary methoprene treatment

promotes rapid development of reproductive organs in male Queensland fruit fly.

Under review in Journal of Insect Physiology.

  1. S. M. Adnan, M. M. Uddin, M. J. Alam, M. S. Islam, M. A. Kashem, M. Y. Rafii, and M. A. Latif. 2014. Management of Mango Hopper, Idioscopus clypealis, Using Chemical Insecticides and Neem Oil. The Scientific World Journal, Volume 2014, Article ID 709614, 5 Pages.
  2. Adnan S. M. Uddin M. M. & Islam K. S. 2013. Efficacy of Different Insecticides and Neem Leaf Extract in Controlling Sugarcane Termite, Odontotermes Lokanandi Chatterjee & Thakur.Persian Gulf Crop Protection, 2(1): 52-56.
  3. Islam M. M., Islam K. S. & Adnan S. M. 2013. Evaluation of the performance of different chemical insecticides and botanicals on mortality of Rice hispa Dicladispa armigera Olivier. International research journal of applied life sciences, 2(4): 7-16.
  4. Osman S., Uddin M. M. & Adnan S. M. 2013. Assessment of the performance of different botanicals and chemical insecticides in controlling Red pumpkin beetle Aulacophora foveicollis (Lucas). International Journal of Agricultural Science Research, 2(8): 258-264.
  5. Podder S., Uddin M. M. & Adnan S. M. 2013. Assessment of the Effectiveness of different botanicals and chemical insecticide in managing Epilachna beetle, Epilachna dodecastigma (Wied.). Persian Gulf Crop Protection, 2(3): 76-84.1.

 

 

Total Number:  5
 
  1. Saleh Mohammad Adnan, Iffat Farhana, Polychronis Rempoulakis, and Phil Taylor. Dietary caffeine promotes sexual maturation of male Queensland fruit fly. Australian Entomologic Society 48th AGM and Scientific Conference "Biosecurity – a partnership approach", being held in Terrigal NSW 17 - 20 September 2017.
  2. Saleh Mohammad Adnan, Iffat Farhana, Polychronis Rempoulakis, and Phil W Taylor. Methoprene in pre-release diet for Queensland fruit fly SIT increases development rate but also increases starvation and desiccation risk. Australian Entomological Society 48th AGM and Scientific Conference "Biosecurity – a partnership approach", being held in Terrigal NSW 17 - 20 September 2017.
  3. Saleh Mohammad Adnan, Vivian Mendez, Renata Morelli, Humayra Akhter, Iffat Farhana and Phil Taylor. Methoprene and dietary yeast as pre-release supplements for Queensland fruit fly SIT. 5th Biology of tephritid fruit flies meeting. 29 June, 2017. Macquarie University. NSW.
  4. Saleh Mohammad Adnan, Jess Inskeep, Iffat Farhana, Polychronis Rempoulakis and Phillip W Taylor. Dietary methoprene enhances sexual competitiveness of sterile male Queensland fruit flies in field cages. 6th Biology of tephritid fruit flies meeting. 6-7 March, 2018. CSRIO. ACT.
  5. Saleh Mohammad Adnan, Jess Inskeep, Iffat Farhana, Polychronis Rempoulakis and Phillip W Taylor. Dietary methoprene enhances sexual competitiveness of sterile male Queensland fruit flies in field cages. 10th ISFFEI, Tapachula, Mexico, 23-27th April, 2018.
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Title Institution Subject Receipt Date
IMQRES Macquarie university SCHOLARSHIP
PGRF Macquarie university Grant 11-07-2018
Membership Type Organization
Ordinary Australian entomological society
Ordinary Entomological society of america
Ordinary Bangladesh Entomological society