Mukhammad Muryono Ph.D

Curriculum Vitae

Name Mukhammad Muryono, Ph.D
NIP 197906292008121001
NIDN 0029067909
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Expertise / research area landscape management, ecosystem services biodiversity, functional ecology, plant molecular physiology.
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S.Si. Bachelor degree, Biology Department – Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya
M.Si. Master degree, Biology Department, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Ph.D. Doctoral degree, Environmental Life Sciences:  Functional Ecology, Tohoku University, Japan


Publications (last 3 years)

  • Investigation of Nitrogen Uptake Ability of Mangroves Species by Chlorophyll Content Measurements (on manuscript). 2020
  • Field Evaluation of the Relationship between Chlorophyll Content and Salinity Stress in Rice Cultivars (on manuscript). 2020
  • Morpho-physiological of Roots Traits Related to Salinity Tolerance at Vegetative Stage in Sensitive and Tolerance Rice cultivars – (on manuscript). 2020
  • Biomass Partitioning of Salt-Tolerance Rice Cultivars with varying soil salinity (on manuscript) . 2020
  • Nitrogen Distribution in Leaf Canopies of High-Yielding Rice Cultivar Takanari (Published in Crop Sci. 57:1–9 (2017). doi: 10.2135/cropsci2016.07.0589) . 2017
  • Canopy Photosynthesis of High-Yielding Rice Cultivar (Doctoral Thesis) . 2017


Grant/Funding (last 3 years)

  • Evaluating rice cultivars with differing salt tolerance on the role of Na+ and K+ trans- porters in Salt Stress Adaptation. Funded by The Joint Usage/Research Center, Institute of Plant Science and Resources (IPSR), Okayama University. Principal Investigator. 2019
  • Identification  dan Application of PCR-based Marker to Identify Rice Variety with high salinity tolerance in Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Plant Science and Resources (IPSR), Okayama University, Japan. Funded by Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of Indonesia. Principal Investigator.2018
  • Study of Morpho-Physiological Response of Rice Cultivars (FL478 and IR29) on the Saline Field at the Three Growth Phases. Funded by Institute Technology of Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia. Research team member. 2018
  • Nitrogen Distribution in Leaf Canopies of High-Yielding Rice Cultivar Takanari. Funded by Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan, through a research project entitled “Development of Technologies for Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change in Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries”. 2017


Research topic (last 3 years)

  • Eco Physiological Modelling of Salt Tolerance Rice Genotypes Grown Under Saline Environment . 2017-now
  • Building resilience of Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change in the Mangrove Area of Indonesia – Study case East Java Mangrove. 2018-now
  • Forest–agricultural landscape management in East Java: the trade-off between on-farm biodiversity and income. 2019-now
  • Modelling various type of agroforest (mimic the forest) for ecotourism. 2020
  • Effects of habitat type, vegetation structure, and proximity to forests on bird species richness in a forest–agricultural landscape of East Java, Indonesia. 2020
  • Adiwiyata environment school program – within study of phytoremediation for treatment of sewage sludge and rain harvesting (biopori and rain harvest system). 2019-now