Dr Dabing Zhang
|Org Unit||School of Agriculture, Food and Wine|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 7168|
|Location||Floor/Room 2 40 , Plant Genomics Centre , Waite|
Professor of plant science and breeding in University of Adelaide (January 2015-current)
Chair Professor of plant science in Shanghai Jiao Tong University (July 2015-current).
PREVIOUS RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
1) Distinguished Professor of plant science in Shanghai Jiao Tong University (2008-2015)
2) Professor, School of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (2004-present).
3) Professor, Agri-Tech Center of Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences (December 2001 to July 2005).
4) Associate Professor, Agri-Tech Center of Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences (June 1999 to November 2001).
5) Assistant Professor, Agri-Tech Center of Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences (From April 1998 to May 1999).
1) A Shanghai Rising-Star by Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality in 2001.
2) First Class of Progress of Science and Technology Prize in Shanghai in 2004.
3) Shanghai Shuguang Scholar by Educational Commission of Shanghai Municipality in 2005.
4) New Century Excellent Talent in Chinese Universities by Ministry of Education in 2005.
5) First Class of Progress of Science and Technology Prize in Ningxia in 2005.
6) The Excellent Prize of MingZhi RUYE Life Science by Shanghai Municipality in 2006.
7) The Distinguished Young Scholar from National Natural Science Funds in 2007.
8) Distinguished Professor in Shanghai Jiao Tong University (2008-2015).
9) Yangtse River Scholar of Ministry of Education (2009-present).
10) First Class of Progress of Science and Technology Prize in Shanghai in 2012.
11) Mudan Prize for life science and agriculture of Shanghai Municipality 2012 (only one in Shanghai).
12) KoGuan Teaching Award Winner (ten winners among the teachers in Shanghai Jiao Tong University), 2013.
13) The Honorary Doctorate of Sciences from the University of Adelaide (2014).
14) The Honorary Professor of the University of Nottingham (2015).
1) Mechanism of the development of inflorescence and spikelet in cereals
2) Molecular control of cereal male reproduction
3) Molecular characterization of transgenic organisms
|1||Li G, Liang WQ, Zhang XQ, Ren HY, Hu JP, Bennett MJ, and. Rice actin-binding protein RMD is a key link in the auxin–actin regulatory loop that controls cell growth. ,2014:111,10377-10382.|
|2||Wang WF, Li G, Zhao J, Chu HW, Lin WH,, Wang ZY, Liang WQ. DWARF TILLER1, a WUSCHEL-related homeobox transcription factor, is required for tiller growth in Rice. 2014:10,e1004154.|
|3||Wang J, Yang LT, Zhao XX, Li J, and. Characterization and phylogenetic analysis of allergenic tryp_alpha_amyl protein family in plants. 62, 2014, 270–278.|
|4||Fu ZZ, Yu J, Cheng XW, Zong X, Chen MJ, Li ZY,, Liang WQ. The rice basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor TDR INTERACTING PROTEIN2 is a central switch in early anther development. , 2014: 26(4):1512-1524.|
|5||Xu J, Ding ZW, Vizcay-Barrena G, Shi JX, LiangWQ, Yuan Z, Werck-Reichhart D,SchreiberL, Wilson ZA,. ABORTED MICROSPORES Acts as a Master Regulator of Pollen Wall Formation inArabidopsis Thaliana. , 2014:26(4):1544-1556.|
|6||Cai Q, Yuan Z, Chen MJ, Yin CS, Luo ZJ, Zhao XX, Liang WQ, Hu JP &Jasmonic Acid Regulates Spikelet Development in Rice. , 2014, 10.1038/ncomms4476.|
|7||andYuan Z. Molecular Control of Grass Inflorescence Development. 2014 Jan 27.DOI: 10.1146/annurev-arplant-050213-040104.|
|8||and Yang L. Specification of tapetum and microsporocyte cells within the anther. 2014, 17C:49-55. doi: 10.1016/j.pbi.2013.11.001.|
|9||Yun DP, Liang WQ, Dreni L, Yin CS, Zhou Z, Kater MM,. OsMADS16 Genetically Interacts with OsMADS3and OsMADS58in Specifying Floral Patterning in Rice. . 2013, 6:743-56.|
|10||Chu HW, Liang WQ, Li J, Hong F, Wu YF, Wang LK, W J, Wu P, Liu CM, Zhang QF, Xu J and. A CLE–WOX signaling module regulates root meristem maintenance and vascular tissue development in rice. 64:13, 5359-5369.|
|11||Moon S., KimS R, Zhao GC, Yi JK, Yoo YC, Jin P, Lee SW, Jung KH,, and An G. RiceGLYCOSYLTRANSFERASE1encodes aglycosyl transferase essential for pollen wall formation. , 2013, 161. 1-13|
|12||Niu NN, Liang WQ, Yang XJ, Jin WL, Wilson ZA, Hu JP,. EAT1 promotes tapetal cell death by regulating aspartic proteases during male reproductive development in rice. , 2013,doi:10.1038/ncomms2396.|
|13||Zhang H, Xu, CX, He Y, Zong J, Yang XJ, Si HM, Sun ZX, Hu JP, Liang WQ,. Mutation inCSA creates a new photoperiod-sensitive genic male sterile line applicable for hybrid rice seed production. , 2013 110 (1) 76-81.|
|14||Tan HX, Liang WQ, Hu JP. MICROSPORE AND TAPETUM REGULATOR 1 encodes a secretory fasciclin glycoprotein required for male reproductive development in rice. . 2012, 22: 1127-1137.|
|15||Wang CM, Marshall A,, Wilson ZA. ANAP: an integrated knowledge base for Arabidopsis protein interaction network analysis. .2012, 158(4): 1523-1533.|
|16||Li W, Cui X, Meng ZL, Huang X, Xie Q,Wu H, Jin HL,, Liang WQ. Transcriptional regulation of Arabidopsis MIR168a and ARGONAUTE1 homeostasis in ABA and abiotic stress responses. Plant Physiology, 2012, 158(3): 1279-1292.|
|17||Cui X, Wang QD, Yin WZ, Xu HY, Wilson ZA, Wei CC, Pan SY，. PMRD: a curated database for genes and mutants involved in plant male reproduction. BMC Plant Biol. 2012, 12:215.|
|18||Dreni L, Pilatone A, Yun DP, Erreni S, Pajoro A, Caporali E,, and Kater MM. Functional analysis of all AGAMOUS subfamily members in rice reveals their roles in reproductive organ identity determination and meristem determinacy. 2011, 23: 2850-2863.|
|19||, Luo X, Zhu L. Cytological analysis and genetic control of rice anther development. . 2011, 38(9):379-90.|
|20||Li HF, Liang WQ, Hu Y, Zhu L, Ying CS, Xu J, Dreni L, Kater MM,. Rice MADS6 interacts with the floral homeotic genes SUPERWOMAN1, MADS3, MADS58, MADS13, and DROOPING LEAF in specifying floral organ identities and meristem fate. , 2011, 23: 2536-52.|
|21||Chen WW, Yu XH, Zhang K, Shi JX, Schreiber L, Shanklin J,. Male Sterile 2encodes a plastid-localized fatty acyl ACP reductase required for pollen exine development in Arabidopsis thaliana, , 2011,157, .|
|22||Shi J, Tan HX, Yu XH, Liu YY, Liang WQ, Ranathunge K, Franke RB, Schreiber L, Wang YJ, Kai GY, Shanklin J, Ma H,Defective Pollen Wall is required for anther and microspore development in rice and encodes a fatty acyl carrier protein reductase. , 2011, 23: 2225-46.|
|23||Li H, Yuan Z, Vizcay-Barrena G, Yang CY, Liang WQ, Zong J, Wilson Z,. PERSISTENT TAPETAL CELL 1(PTC1)encodes a PHD-finger proteinthat is required for tapetal cell death and pollen development in rice. . 2011, 156: 615-630.|
|24||Li HF, Liang WQ, Yin CS, Zhu L, and. Genetic interaction of OsMADS3, DROOPING LEAFand OsMADS13 in specifying rice floral organs identities and meristem determinacy. . 2011,156:263-274.|
|25||Wang CM and. A novel compression tool for efficient storage of genome resequencing data. , 10 (2011), 1093/nar/gkr009.|
|26||Hu LF, Liang WQ, Yin CS, Cui X, Zong J, Wang X, Hu JP and. Rice MADS3 regulates ROS homeostasis during late anther development. , 23(2) 2011), 515-533.|
|27||Zhang Z, Zhang Y, Tan HX,Wang Y, Li G, Liang WQ, Yuan Z, Hu JP, Ren HY, and. RICE MORPHOLOGY DETERMINANT encodes the type II formin FH5 and regulates rice morphogenesis. , 23(2) (2011), 681–700.|
|28||Xu J, Yang CY, Yuan Z, Zhang DS, Gondwe MY, Ding ZW, Liang WQ,, and Wilson ZA. Regulatory network of ABORTED MICROSPORES (AMS) required for postmeiotic male reproductive development in Arabidopsis thaliana. , 22(1) (2010), 91-107.|
|29||Li H, Pinot F, Sauveplane V, Werck-Reichhart D, Diehl P, Schreiber L, Franke R, Zhang P, Chen L, Gao YW, Liang WQ and. CYP704B2 catalyzing the ω-hydroxylation of fatty acids is required for anther cutin biosynthesis and pollen exine formation in rice. , 22(1) (2010), 173-190.|
|30||Li H, and. Biosynthesis of anther cuticle and pollen exine in rice. , 5(9) (2010), 1121-1123.|
|31||Li HF, Liang WQ, Jia RD, Yin CS, Zong J, Kong HZ, and. The AGL6-like gene OsMADS6regulates floral organ and meristem identities in rice. , 20(3) (2010), 299-313.|
|32||Zhang H, Liang WQ, Yang XJ, Luo X, Jiang N, Ma H, and. Carbon Starved Anther (CSA) encoding a MYB domain protein regulates sugar partitioning required for rice pollen development. , 22(3) (2010), 672-689.|
|33||Zhang DS, Liang WQ, Yin C, Zong J, Gu F, and. OsC6, encoding a lipid transfer protein (LTP), is required for postmeiotic anther development in rice. , 154(1) (2010), 149-162.|
|34||Gao XC, Liang WQ, Yin CS, Ji SM, Wang HM, Su X, Guo CC, Kong HZ, Xue HW,. TheSEPALLATA-like gene OsMADS34 is required for rice inflorescence and spikelet. , 153(2) (2010), 728-740.|
|35||Yuan Z, Gao S, Xue DW, Luo D, Li LT, Ding SY, Yao X, Wilson ZA, Qian Q, and. RETARDED PALEA1 (REP1) controls palea development and floral zygomorphy in rice. , 149(1) (2009), 235-244.|
|36||and Wilson ZA. Stamen specification and anther development in rice. , 54(14) (2009), 2342-2353.|
|37||Wilson ZA and. From Arabidopsis to rice, pathways in pollen development. , 60(5) (2009), 1479-1492.|
|38||Zhang DS, Liang WQ, Yuan Z, Lia N, Shi J, Wang J , Liu YM, Yu WJ, and. Tapetum Degeneration Retardation is critical for aliphatic metabolism and gene regulation during rice pollen development. , 1(4) (2008), 599-610.|
|39||Li N, Zhang DS, Liu HS, Yin CS, Li XX, Liang WQ, Yuan Z, Xu B, Chu HW, Wang J, Wen TQ, Huang H, Luo D, Ma H, and. The rice Tapetum Degeneration Retardation gene is required for tapetum degradation and anther development. , 18(11) (2006), 2999-3014.|
|40||Chu HW, Qian Q, Liang WQ, Yin CS, Tan HX, Yao X, Yuan Z, Yang J, Huang H, Luo D, Ma H, and. The FLORAL ORGAN NUMBER4 gene encoding a putative ortholog of Arabidopsis CLAVATA3 regulates apical meristem size in rice. , 142(3) (2006), 1039-1052.|
|41||Li XX, Duan XP, Jiang HX, Sun YJ, Tang YP, Yuan Z, Guo JK, Liang WQ, Chen L, Wang J, Ma H, Yin JY, and. Genome-wide analysis of basic/helix-loop-helix transcription factor family in rice andArabidopsis. , 141(4) (2006), 1167-1184.|
|42||Jiang DH, Yin CS, Yu AP, Zhou XF, Liang WQ, Yuan Z, Xu Y, Yu QB, Wen TQ, and. Duplication and expression analysis of multicopy miRNA gene family members in Arabidopsis and rice. , 16(5) (2006), 507-518.|
|43||Li H, Xu L, Wang H, Yuan Z, Cao XF, Yang ZN,, Xu Y, and Huang H, The Putative RNA-dependent RNA polymerase RDR6 acts synergistically with ASYMMETRIC LEAVES1 and 2 to repressBREVIPEDICELLUS and MicroRNA165/166 in Arabidopsis leaf development, , 17(8) (2005), 2157-2171.|
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