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Expert NameDr. Yujun Liu
TitleAssociate Professor
DivisionExperimental Center of Forestry Biology
InstitutionBeijing Forestry University
CityBeijing
CountryChina
Telephone86 10 6233 8171
Emailyiliu(at)beilin.bjfu.edu.cn
Work Experience1. Study on Rooting of Woody Plants: Roles played by phytohormones such as IAA, ABA, CK and ethylene, in rooting of woody plants were investigated. It is found that the initiation of adventitious roots is controlled by phytohormones. The results demonstrated that lack of endogenous hormones, especially CK is responsible for hard-to-rooting of many woody plants. 2. Phototropism of High Plants: Phototropism of Maize and Arabidopsis were studied during my Ph.D. study in Japan. It was uncovered that phytochrome, a photoreceptor responsible for many photomorphogenic responses induced by red and far-red light, is also involved in the process perceiving the signal of blue light by plants. 3. Photomorphogenesis, Photoecology of Forestry. The project is now undertaken. We expect to solve several problems on utility of photon energy in forestry by using phytochrome mutants and techniques of molecular biology.
QualificationsBS: Forestry Biology, Shandong Agricultural University, China, 1985. MS: Plant Physiology, Beijing Forestry University, China, 1988. Ph.D.: Photobiology, Osaka City University, Japan 1997.
Number of Publications15
Awards
Other Activities1. Plant Physiology Society of Hebei Province, China. 2. Tree Physiology Society of China. 3. The Society of Botany of Japan. 4. The Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists.
Publications1. Zheng, J.B., Liu Y.J. & Pei B.H. (1991). A Study on Rooting Capacity of Shoot Cuttings of Cypress Tree Species. Scientia Silvae Sinicae, 27(1): 73-78. 2. Zheng J.B., Liu Y.J., Pei B.H. & Jiang X.N. (1991) Relationship Between Adventitious Root Formation and Endogenous IAA and ABA of Several Tree Species. Acta Physiologica, 17(3): 313-316. 3. Zheng J.B., Liu Y.J. & Pei B.H. (1993). Effect of Ethylene on Adventitious Root Initiation of I-69 Poplar Stem Cuttings. Scientia Silvae Sinicae, 29(1): 19-24. 4. Liu Y.J. & Iino M. (1996a) Effects of Red Light on the Fluence-response Relationship for Pulse-induced Phototropism of Maize Coleoptiles. Plant, Cell and Environment, 19: 609-614. 5. Liu Y.J. & Iino M. (1996b) Phytochrome Is Required for the Occurrence of Time-dependent Phototropism in Maize Coleoptiles. Plant, Cell & Environment, 19: 1379-1388.
DisciplineEcology/Ecosystems
Last updated09/11/2006 16:41:00
 

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