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Expert NameProf. Huafang Wang
Telephone86 10 62338249/13681568100
Work ExperienceCourses Taught (1981-2011) 1)Plant cell and gene engineering 2) Plant Biotechnology 3)Plant Tissue Culture Areas of Research Interests: 1 Molecular improvements of trees for drought adaptability, faster growth and higher quality timbers for forestry, wood/paper and bioenergy industrials. 2) Micropropagation of elite clones of woody plants.Development of tree species
QualificationsPh D, Plant physiology and Biochemistry, China Agriculture University, 1992
Number of Publications120
Awards1. Excellent Teacher Award by Baogang 2. Second place award of National Science and Technology Progress Award for Innovative Research Achievements in Dwarfing of Woody Plants for Ornamental Uses, The Chinese Government, 2008 3. Second place award for Excellent Research Achievement in Woody Plant Biotechnology, Beijing Municipal Government, 2005
Other Activities1. Member of Chinese Society of Forestry 2. Members of the Sixth Committee of Poplar in China 3. Member of Beijing Society of Forestry 4. Member of Chinese Botany Society
Publications1. Yin Weilun and Wang Huafang, 2009, Forestry V Biotechnology, Science Press, Beijing, ISBN/978-7-03-025955-4 2. Ji-Ren Chen, Jing-Jing Lv, Rong Liu, Xing-Yao Xiong, Tian-xiang Wang, Shou-Yi Chen, Lan-Bin Guo, Hua-Fang Wang,2010, DREB1C from Medicago truncatula enhances freezing tolerance in transgenic M. truncatula and China Rose (Rosa chinensis Jacq.),Plant Growth Regulation, 2010. 60(3):199-211 3. Ji-Ren Chen, Xingyao Xiong, Tian-Xiang Wang, Jing-Jing Lu¨, Shou-Yi Chen,Hua-Fang Wang, 2009, Rapid Construction of a Plant RNA Interference Expression Vector for Hairpin RNA–Mediated Targeting Using a PCR-Based Method. DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY, 28( 12): 605–613 4. Ji-Ren Chen, Jing-Jing Lu, Hua-Fang Wang, 2008, Rapid and Efficient Gene Splicing Using Megaprimer-Based Protocol. Mol Biotechnol, 40:224–230 5. Ji-Ren Chen, Jing-Jing Lü, Tian-Xiang Wang, Shou-Yi Chen, Hua-Fang Wang, 2009, Activation of a DRE-binding transcription factor from Medicago truncatula by deleting a Ser/Thr-rich region. In Vitro Cell.Dev.Biol.-Plant, 45(1):1-10
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