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Expert NameMr. Xinguo Li
TitleAssociate Professor
DivisionForestry Department
InstitutionBeijing Forestry University
Telephone86 10 623 381 05/375 20
Work Experience- 1985-1988: Studies on tissue culture of Chinese fir and hybrid breeding of Poplar; - 1988: Studied on the national key project of the seventh and eight five-year plan on science and technology which names genetic improvement for short rotation industrial timble tree of Populus Tomentosa; - Practical experience: Mass clonal propagation, tree breeding on drought and cold resistance, genotype-environment interaction (GEI) and its use in afforestation
QualificationsPh.D., Forest tree clonal breeding, Beijing Forestry University, 1995 M.D., Forest tree quantitative genetics and improvement, Beijing Forestry University, 1990 Bachelor D., Forestry Science, Agriculture University of Central China, 1985
Number of Publications20
AwardsSecond class award of Science and Technological Progress granted by Beijing Municipality Administration in 1998
Other Activities1. Membership, Chinese Society of Ecology 2. Membership, Chinese Society of Genetics 3. Membership, Chinese Society of Forestry (CSF) 4. Participated in 5 symposiums on tree genetic improvement sponsored by IUFRO and CSF 5. My name was published in World Directory of Forest Geneticists and Breeders, 1998. Edited by US Department of Agriculture and IUFRO
Publications1. Li, X., 1999: Sustainable forest tree genetic improvement towards 21st century, World Forestry Research, 12(1); 2. Li, X., Zhu, Z., 1998: Selection of better combinations of genotypes and sites of forest tree, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 20(3): 15-18; 3. Li, X., Zhu, Z., 1994: Study on method of selection for adapting genotype to site, Journal of Hebei Forestry College, 9(3): 195-199; 4. Li, X., Zhu, Z., 1992: Study on the partitional model of phenotypic correlation and its application in genetic improvement of Populus Tomentosa, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 14(2): 17-22; 5. Li, X., Zhu, Z., 1992: Introducing between site genetic correlation into studies on genotype and environment interaction in forest tree, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 14(supp.3): 85-91;
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
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