Dr Bay Dar

Dr Bay Dar
Professor, Department of Botany

Academic Qualification
:
BSc (Hons:), Botany, 1987, University of Yangon
M.Sc, Microbiology, 1994, University of Yangon
Post Grad, Applied Microbiology, 2000, South China Agricultural University (SCAU), Guang Zhou, P.R.China
Ph.D, Plant Pathology, 2004, SCAU, Guang Zhou, P.R.China

Career history
Demonstrator (1991-1999);
Assistant Lecturer (1999-2004);
Lecturer (2004-2011)
Associate Professor (2011- 2016)
Professor (2016- up to now)

Field of Interest
:
Applied Microbiology and Plant Pathology

Publications and Posters (Local/International)
1. Salicylic acid enhances antifungal resistance to Magnaporthe grisea in rice plants (Australasian Plant Pathology, 2008,37:637-644)
2. The effect of salicylic acid on Black gram and Green gram as abiotic elicitor (Universities Research Journal, 2009, Vol.2, N0. 1, 129-140)
3. Study on Bioremediation of Water Contamination Caused by Nargis Cyclone around Mawlamyinegyun Area, Ayeyarwady Delta (MAAS, 2009, Vol.II, N0. 4, 293-309)
4. Study on the control of salicylic acid on fungal disease infected on Black gram and Green gram (MAAS, 2009, Vol.II, N0. 4)
5. Effect of salicylic acid on the activity of metabolites in bean seedlings(Universities Research Journal, 2010, Vol.3, N0. 1, 295-302)
6. Induced Accumulation of Endogenous Salicylic acid by Biotic and Abiotic Elicitors and its Role in Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR) in Rice (Maubin University Research Journal, 2010, Vol.2, 119-128)
7. Characterization of Silver Nano Particles Prepared by Chemical Reduction (University of Yangon Research Journal, 2012, Vol.4, N0. 1, 291-298)
8. Characterization of Synthesized MnO2 Nanostructure by Chemical Reduction Method (Universities Research Journal, 2013, Vol.6, No.1)
9. The production of alcohol by cellulase enzymes using cellulose material as a substrate (Journal of the Asia Research Center (YU), JARC-YU, Vol.3, No. 2, 2013, 1-20)
10. Comparative Study on Preparation of Botanical Permanent Slides by Different Methods (Universities Research Journal, 2014, Vol.6, N0.1, 63-78)
11. Preparation of Fungal and Bacterial spores formation slide (University of Yangon Research Journal, 2015, Vol.6, )
12. The Diversity of Local Wisdom, Art and Cultural in Yangon, Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Biodiversity and Local Wisdom Variation in Yangon, Pepublic of the Union of Myanmar, 2017)
13. The Development of Yangon Woven Fabric and Souvenir as Models for Community Product (Biodiversity and Local Wisdom Variation in Yangon, Republic of the Union of Myanmar, 2017)
14. Study on diseases caused by pathogenic microbes on rice plants and control severe disease by salicylic acid (SA) – Poster (The 5th NRCT-IFS-MU-PERCH-CIC workshops: Current Trends in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Related Disciplines, Mahidol University, Thailand, 2017)
15. Oligo-saccharification of Rice Straw and Husk by Cellulolytic Enzymes of Filamentous Fungi Isolated from Rice Straw Wastes – Poster (The Third International Symposium on Rice Science in Global Health (3th ISRGH), Kyoto University, Japan, 2018)
16. Effect of Foliar Application of Salicylic Acid on Leaf Blight and Phytoalexins of Oryza sativa L. (Taungpyan yin) (China-ASEAN High-end Forum on Agrochemicals, P.R. China, Academic Report Abstracts and Proceedings, 2019)
17. Prebiotic Oligosaccharides Prepared by Enzymatic Degradation of Dietary Fibers in Rice Grains (NCBI Journal of Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo, Japan) 2019, S143-S147) doi: 10.3177/jnsv.65.S143
18. Predominant secretion of cellobiohydrolases and endo-b-1,4- glucanases in nutrient-limited medium by Aspergillus spp. isolated from subtropical field (The Jounal of Biochemistry (JB), 2020, Japan, doi:10.1093/jb/mvaa049 1-14)
19. Investigation of Optimal Experimental Conditions and Enzyme Activity of Crude Amylase Enzymes Isolated from Four Amylolytic Fungi (West Yangon University Research Journal (WYURJ) 2019, Vol.7, No.2, 152-165)
20. Isolation and Identification of Pathogenic Microbes on Two Selected Rice Plants (URJ, 2019, Vol.11, No.10, 261-271)
21. Effect of Salicylic Acid on the Infected Leaves of Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper and V. radiate (L.) R. Wilczek as Abiotic Elicitor (URJ 2019, Vol.11, No.10, 335-348)
22. Antigrobacterial Activity of Endophytic Bacteria Isolated from Noni Fruit (Morinda citrifolia L.) (Yangon University Research Journal, 2020, Vol.9, No.2)

PhD 11
MRes. 3
External Examiner (PhD) 1
External Examiner (MRes) 1
External Examiner (MSc) 6
Vice-chairperson (MRes) 1
Internal Examiner (MRes) 2
Referee (PhD) 1
Total 18
Email
:
drbaydar@gmail.com
Telephone
:
+9595201276