Navigate Up
Sign In

 

Expert NameDr. Shasheng Wang
TitleProf./Director. of the Lab of Ministry of Forestry
DivisionExperimental Center of Forest Biology
InstitutionBeijing Forestry University
CityBeijing
CountryChina
Telephone86 10 62338171
Emailwangss(at)beilin.bjfu.edu.cn
Work Experience1. Research experiences in Forest Environment, on relation between acid rain and forest production in Europe. 2. Research experience in tree physiology and wood production. 3. Experiences involved in international jointly project researches on improvement of poplar productivity in Northern China, German-China-Israel projects, I.P. and advisory member f China. Now ongoing projectsare mainly on following subjects: - Improvement of Salt Stress Tolerance in Populus Euphratica by Biotechniques (NSF Project. P.I.). - Mechanism of Wood Formation and Its Gene Regulation of Cambium and Xylem Cytoskeleton in Woody Plants (Populus and Cunninghamia) (NSF Project advisory). - Improvement of Poplar Productivity in Northern China, Joint Project of Germanyyy-China-Israel, Advisory P.I.
QualificationsPh.D. Forest Biology, Moscow University, Moscow, Pre-Soviet Union, 1956. Master, Forest Botany, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, 1954.
Number of Publications60
Awards1. 1st Class Awards of Progress of Science & Technology in Forestry, Ministry of Forestry of P.R. China (1992). 2. 3rd Class National Awards of Progress Science & Technology in Forestry, P.R. China (1996). 3. 3rd Class National Awards of Sciences in
Other Activities1. Member of International Union of Forestry Research Organization. 2. Guest Professor of College of Herb Medicine, Beijing Medical University. 3. Member of Botany Association of China. 4. Honor membership (Tree Physiology and Biotechnology) of Forestry Association of China.
Publications1. Wang S.S., Wu G.M., Gao R.F. (1994). Plant Physiology, 2nd Edition, China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing. 2. Wang S.S., Wang S.J., Pei B.H. (1992). Cultivative Physiology of Short Rotation Intensive Culture of Poplar, Beijng Agricultural University Publishing House, 292 pages. 3. Wang S.S., Jiang X.N. (1995). Growth and Development Control and Biotechnology in Woody Plants. China Forestry Publishing House, 292 pages. 4. Ma H.c., Fung L.E., Wang S:S: (1997). Photosynthetic Responses of Populus Euphratic to Salt Stress Forest Ecology and Management. Vol. 93, pp. 56-61. 5. Chen S.L., Huttermann A., Wang S.S. (1997). Stomatal and non-stomatal control of photosynthesis in poplar genotypes in response to water stress. Tree Physiology.
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated09/11/2006 16:47:00
 

Quick access

  • Prais
  • UNDDD
  • UNCCD Capacity Building Marketplace