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Lili Huang

  Lili Huang

 

  Chief Scientist of the National ‘973’ Program,

  Professor, PhD advisor,

  Vice-Dean, College of Plant Protection

  Principle Investigator, State Key Laboratory of Crop Stress Biology for Arid Areas

  Email: huanglili@nwsuaf.edu.cn

  Tel: 02987091312

 

 

  Research Focus

  I mainly focus on the plant diseases control caused by pathogenic fungi and bacteria. I have been working on biology and pathogenesis of pathogen, on the molecular mechanism of pathogen-host interactions, and the biological control for wheat and fruit trees.

  Selected Research Projects

  1. National Natural Science Foundation of China-The mechanism of effector VmE02 inducing plant cell seath during Valsa mali - apple interaction (31671982), 2017.01-2020.12, ? 600,000.

  2. The national basic research program of China (973 program)-Biology of virulence variation in important fungal pathogens of wheat. (2013CB127700), 2013.01-2017.08, ? 32,000,000.

  3. National Natural Science Foundation of China-Mechanisms of suppressing plant immunity by an effector protein VmEP1 secreted by apple pathogenic fungus Valsa mali. (31471732), 2015.01-2018.12, ? 850,000.

  4. National Natural Science Foundation of China-Gene expression and pathogenesis during the infection progress of apple pathogenic fungus Valsa mali. (31171796), 2012.01-2015.12, ? 640,000.

  5. Special Fund for Agro-scientific Research in the Public Interest-Research and demonstration for prevention and disease control of apple tree valsa canker. (201203034), 2012.01-2016.12, ? 2,470,000.

  Selected Publications

  1 Genome sequence of Valsa canker pathogens uncovers a potential adaptation of colonization of woody bark, New Phytologist, 2015.

  2 Candidate effector proteins of the necrotropic apple canker pathogen Valsa mali can suppress BAX-induced PCD, Frontiers in plant science, 2015.

  3 Saccharothrix yanglingensis strain Hhs.015 is a promising biocontrol agent on apple Valsa canker, Plant Disease, 2015.

  4 Comparison of cell death and accumulation of reactive oxygen species in wheat lines with or without Yr36 responding to Puccinia striiformisf.sp.tritici underlow andhigh temperaturesatseedling and adult-plant stages, Protoplasma, 2015.

  5 Field detection of canker-causing bacteria on kiwifruit trees: Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae is the major causal agent, Crop Protection, 2015.

  6 Transcriptome profiling to identify genes involved in pathogenicity of Valsa mali on apple tree, Fungal Genetics and Biology, 2014.

  7 Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of the causative agent of valsa canker of apple tree Valsa mali var. mali, Current Microbiology, 2014.

  8 Delimiting cryptic pathogen species causing apple Valsa canker with multilocus data, Ecology and Evolution, 2014.

  9 Histological and cytological investigations of the infection and colonization of apple bark by Valsa mali var. mali, Australasian Plant Pathology, 2013.

  10 A nested PCR assay for detecting Valsa mali var. mali in different tissues of apple trees, Plant Disease, 2012.

  Academic Reports of Graduate Students on Academic Conferences

  1. Yuxing Wu. 2015/08. Nanjing. A Mitogen-activated protein kinase gene (VmPMK1) is required for development, conidiation and pathogenicity of Valsa mali on apple tree.

  The 4th International Conference on Biotic-Plant Interactions.

  2. Zhibo Zhao. 2014/06. Shanghai. Bacterial canker of kiwifruit in Shanxi Province of China. The 13th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria.

  3. Na Song. 2014/07. Shenyang. Functional analysis of six pectinases of Valsa mali. Annual Conference of Chinese Society of Plant Pathology and the 4th Sino-US Symposium on Plant Pathology.

  Academic Awards of Graduate Students

  1. Zhiyuan Yin: National Scholarship for PhD Student, Foundation for the Author of Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of NWSUAF;

  2. Hua Zhao: Outstanding Ph.D. thesis of Shaanxi Province; etc

  Employment of Graduate Students

  Doctors: Hua Zhao, Northwest A & F University;

  Xiwang Ke, Heilongjiang Bayi Agricultural University;

  Rui Zang, Henan Agricultural University; etc.

  Mastesr: Baoquan Huang, Agriculture Technical Extension Centre of Hanzhong;

  Jie Yang, Agriculture Technical Extension Centre of Xi'an;

  Zhe Song, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden of Chinese Academy of Sciences; etc.

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