“Study of Heritability and Genetic Advances in Wheat Crosses”

Mona Malik, Ph.D., B.Sc.

Mona Malik, Ph.D. is a co-author of this article which focuses on how heritability estimates genetic advance and this coefficient of variability was worked into a i-2 population of five wheat crosses for various quantitative characters at Barani Agricultural College, Rawalpindi during 1993-94.

Mona Malik, Ph.D., supports patent prosecution and litigation and provides technical and scientific guidance in various fields of life sciences, including cell biology, immunology/immunotherapy, genetics, biochemistry, pharmacology, virology, oncology, plant sciences and agriculture. With an advance degree and more than a dozen years of research experience, Mona brings noteworthy credentials to the patent issues of intellectual property. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge after investigating complex mechanisms of chromosomal gene recombination and gene replacement.