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Expert NameDr. Ping An
TitleAssociate Professor
Division
Institution
CityHamasaka
CountryChina
Telephone0081 857 233411
Emailan.ping(at)alrc.tottori-u.ac.jp
Work Experience1. Combating Desertification and Enhancing Rural Development in Inland of China (participant) Core University Program of Japanese Society for Promotion of Sciences. _________________ 2. Synthetic Studies on Evaluation and Monitoring of Desertification (participant) Global Environment Research Fund G-2, Ministry of the Environment of Japan. 3. Improvement of Desert Environment/Refinement of Numerical Model and Technology of Global and Regional Water Cycle (participant) Man, Nature and Earth Co-existence Research Project, MEXT. 4. Selection of Halophytes with High Economic Value and Development of Cultivation Techniques Using Saline Water (participant), International joint research project of Tottori University. Field investigation: plant distribution in semi-arid, arid and hyperarid areas of China. Practical experience: crop cultivation, investigation of the eco-physiology of plants Thematic areas: Salinization, Sustainable agriculture, Biomass
QualificationsPhD, Crop physiology under saline conditions, Tottori University, 2002
Number of Publications67
AwardsAcademy Award of Japanese Society of Root Research (2008)
Other Activities1. membership in Japanese Association for Arid land Studies; 2. membership in Japanese Society of Sand Dune Research
Publications1. An, P., Inanaga, S., Li, X.J., Eneji, A.E., Shimizu, H. and Zhu, N.W. 2005 Interactive effects of salinity and air humidity on two tomato cultivars differing in salt tolerance. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 28(3): 459-473. 2. Li, X.J., P. An, S.Inanaga, A.E. Enejin and K. Tanaka. 2006 Salinity and defoliation effects on soybean growth. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 29(8): 1499-1508. 3. An, P., S. Inanaga, N.W. Zhu, X.J. Li, H.M. Fadul and M. Mars. 2007 Plant species as indicators of the extent of desertification in four sandy rangelands. African Journal of Ecology. 45(1): 94-102. 4. An P, Li X, Zheng Y, Eneji A, Inanaga S. Calcium effects on root cell wall composition and ion contents in two soybean cultivars under salinity stress, Canadian Journal of Plant Science 94(3): 2014 (in press). 5. An, P., T Inoue, T. Zheng, M., Eneji, A. E., Inanaga, S. 2014 Agriculture on the Loess Plateau. In: Restoration and Development of Degraded Loess Plateau, China, (Tsunekawa eds.), 61-74 Springer, Tokyo
DisciplineAgricultural Sciences
Last updated12/08/2014 15:17:00
 

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