Notice of Academic Report "Plant cell polarity growth and small G protein"
Sourse： Biomass Energy Center for Arid and Semi-arid Lands Date：2017-04-21
Title: Plant cell polarity growth and small G protein
Location: Northwest A&F University, College of Food Science and Engineering building A637
Time: 9 a.m. on April 23, 2017
Brief introduction to the speaker:
Fu Ying, graduated from the Department of biology, Huazhong Normal University in 1993, received a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1999, Wuhan University, Ph.D. in botany. 1999-2004 in University of California at Riverside Department of plant sciences postdoctoral fellow, 2004-2007 in serving the school Assistant Project Scientist. In 2007, She was appointed professor of biology at China Agricultural University. 2008, the Ministry of education, the new century talent support program funded. 2013 by the National Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars, in 2016, the Ministry of education, "Cheung Kong Scholars Award Scheme" distinguished professor. Presided over the major research projects of the National Fund Committee key projects, Fund Committee International (regional) cooperation and exchange projects, fund committee projects, etc..
Study on the mechanism of cell polarity growth in plant cell morphogenesis. Focus on how GTPase ROP response signal (such as growth hormone) and environmental signals (such as abiotic stress), through the regulation of the cytoskeleton of plant cell polarity growth and morphogenesis of the molecular mechanism. To communicate with the author or the first author in Plant Cell, Current Opinion Plant Biology, Current Biology, Plant Cell and Environment and other important international journals published more than 20 papers.
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