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Expert NameMr: Liqun Hou
TitleProfessor, Director
DivisionShandong Academy of Forstry
InstitutionShandong Academy of Forestry
CityShandong 250014
Telephone86 531 855 77 48
Work Experience--studies on the ecological fertilizer and it’s mechanism to produce organic food, Agricultural Univ. of South China -Effect of chemical fertilizers on the plant by fungus in apple tree, Shandong Academy of Forestry -effects of organic materials on fruit quality and rhizosphere environment of apple, studies on the effect and biolgogical mechanism of partial root system regulation of fruit trees, study on technique of changing soil characteristics for improving root system of fruit and nut trees, Shandong Agricultural Univ. --effects of temperature stress on photosynthesis portioning and sorbitol metabolism in apple plants and of different compounds of nitrogenous on photosynthesis portioning and sorbitol metabolism. Univ. of Maryland -relationship between the growth, development, diseases and nutrition of peaches and nectarines; effects on fertilizer and water to maturity and storage performance in kiwifruit, Univ of Kalifornia -Stone fruit production and irrigation systems in
QualificationsPh.D. in plant physiology, B.S. in Forest Ecology
Number of Publications82
Awards-5 Outstanding Research Awards in Science and Technology by the Province of Shandong and 2 by the department of Forestry in China
Other Activities-The Forestry Society of China -The Plant Physiology Society of China -The Horticultural Society of China -Concurrent professorship of Shandong Agricultural Univ. -Advisory expert of Shandong Natural Science Fund
Publications-“Study on the methods of leaf-area measurement of chestnut.” Hebel Journal of Forestry and orchard research, vol. 17, (1) 48-51, 2002 -“Synthetic evaluation of relationship between nitrogenous fertilizer quantity and botryosphaeria bevengariana infection.” Journal of Shandong Forstry Science and Technology, vol. 34 (4): 22-23, 2001 -“Correlation analysis of dynamic moisture change in soil and chestnut trees.” Deciduous fruits, vol 34 (1) 11-13, 2001 -“Study of the Partial Rhizosphere on the Growth and Nitrogen Distribution in apple trees.” New World Press: Beijing, ICETS, 526-528, 2000 -“Effect of soil improving on growth, development and quality of fruit in apple orchard.” Journal of Shandong Agr. Univ., vol. 31: 90-92, 2000
DisciplinePlant Science
Last updated27/07/2011 12:23:00

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