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Lizhong XIONG

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Professor

Email: lizhongx@mail.hzau.edu.cn

Tel: 86-027-87281536

Lab Sitehttp://xionglab.ncpgr.cn/

Institution: National Key Laboratory of Crop Genetic Improvement and National Center of Plant Gene Research (Wuhan), Huazhong Agricultural University.

Address: No.1, Shizishan Rd., Wuhan 430070, P. R. China

 

Education:   

9, 1994 - 7, 1999    Ph. D. degree, Molecular Biology, Huazhong Agricultural University, China.

9, 1990 - 6, 1994     Bachelor degree, Plant Breeding, Huazhong Agricultural University, China.

 

Professional Experiences:

9, 2002 -                Professor, Huazhong Agricultural University.

9, 1999 - 9, 2002   Postdoctoral fellowship, University of Arkansas.

 

Research Interest:

Research field: Functional genomics and abiotic stress biology of rice.

Current research activities:

l Integrated forward and reverse genetics approaches to discover and characterize novel genes /mechanisms for stress resistance of rice with focus on drought resistance.

l High thought phenotyping technologies in rice.

l Improving drought resistance and /or water use efficiency of rice at reproductive stage by combination of biotechnology and conventional breeding.

 

Selected Publications:

1.         Ma S, Tang N*, Li X, Xie Y, Xiang D, Fu J, Shen J, Yang J, Tu H, Li X, Hu H, Xiong L* (2019), Reversible histone H2B monoubiquitination fine-tunes abscisic acid signaling and drought response in rice. Molecular Plant. 12(2):263-277

2.         Guo Z, Yang W*, Chang Y, Ma X, Tu H, Xiong F, Jiang N, Feng H, Huang C, Yang P, Zhao H, Chen G, Liu H, Luo L, Hu H, Liu Q, Xiong L* (2018), Genome-wide association studies of image traits reveal the genetic architecture of drought resistance in rice. Molecular Plant. 11(6):789-805

3.         Du H, Huang F, Wu N, Li X, Hu H, Xiong L* (2018), Integrative regulation of drought escape through ABA dependent and independent pathways in Rice. Molecular Plant. 11(4):584-597

4.         Shen J, Liu J, Xie K, Xing F, Xiong F, Xiao J, Li X, Xiong L* (2017), Translational repression by a miniature inverted-repeat transposable element in the 3’untranslated region. Nature Communications, 8:14651. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms14651

5.         Tang N , Ma S, Zong W, Yang N, Lv Y, Yan C, Guo Z, Li J, Li X, Xiang Y, Song H, Xiao J, Li X, Xiong L* (2016), MODD mediates deactivation and degradation of OsbZIP46 to negatively regulate ABA signaling and drought resistance in rice. Plant Cell. 28: 2161-2177.

6.         Yang W, Guo Z, Huang C, Duan L, Chen G, Jiang N, Fang W, Feng H, Xie W, Lian X, Wang G, Luo Q, Zhang Q, Liu Q*, Xiong L* (2014), Combining high-throughput phenotyping and genome-wide association studies to reveal natural genetic variation in rice. Nature Communications. 8(5):5087

7.         Hu H, Xiong L* (2014), Genetic Engineering and Breeding of Drought-Resistant Crops. Annual Review Plant Biology. 65:715-741

8.         Zhu X, Xiong L* (2013), Putative megaenzyme DWA1 plays essential roles in drought resistance by regulating stress-induced wax deposition in rice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of United States of America. 110(44): 17790-17795

9.         Yang W, Duan L, Chen G, Xiong L*, Liu Q* (2013), Plant phenomics and high-throughput phenotyping: accelerating rice functional genomics using multidisciplinary technologies. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 16(2):180-187

10.     Fukao T*, Xiong L* (2013), Genetic mechanisms conferring adaptation to submergence and drought in rice: simple or complex? Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 16(2):196-204

11.     Ning J, Zhang B, Wang N, Zhou Y, Xiong L* (2011), Increased Leaf Angle1 (ILA1), a raf-like MAPKKK that interacts with a nuclear protein family, regulates mechanical tissue formation in the lamina joint of rice. Plant Cell. 23: 4334-4347

12.     Hou X, Xie K, Yao J, Qi Z, Xiong L* (2009), A homolog of human ski-interacting protein in rice positively regulates cell viability and stress tolerance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of United States of America. 106:6410-6415  

13.     Hu H, Dai M, Yao J, Xiao B, Li X, Zhang Q, Xiong L* (2006), Overexpressing a NAM, ATAF, and CUC (NAC) transcription factor enhances drought resistance and salt tolerance in rice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of United States of America. 103: 12987-12992

 

Invited Lectures:

Meeting Name

Time

Place

Identity

Title

The   17th International Symposiun on Rice Functional Genomics

2019.11.4-11.6

Taipei,   Taiwan

Invited Report

Fine regulation of   abscisic acid signaling and drought resistance by OsbZIP46 in rice

Keystone   Symposium: Climate Change-Linked Stress Tolerance in Plants

2019.5.14-5.16

Hannover,   Germany

Invited Report

Genetic Architecture   and Transcriptional Regulation of Drought Resistance in Rice

5th   International Plant Phenotyping Symposium

2018.10.2-10.5

Adelaide,   Australia

Poster

Genome-wide   association studies of image traits reveal the genetic architecture of   drought resistance in rice

16th   International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics

2018.9.4-9.8

Tokyo,   Japan

Poster

Conservation and   differentiations of the salt overly sensitive(SOS) pathway in rice

3nd   Molecular Plant International Symposium: Plant-Evironment Interactions

2018.6.12-15

Xi’an,   China

Invited Report

Molecular basis of   different mechanisms of drought resistance in rice

2nd   Asia-Pacific Plant Phenotyping Conference

2018.3.23-25

Nanjing,   China

Invited Report

Combining   phenomics and genomics to reveal genetic basis of drought resistance in rice

Agricultural   Genomics 2017: Functional Genomics toward Green Crops

for   Sustainable Agriculture

2017.10.25-27

Wuhan,   China

Invited Report, Co-Chairs

New phenotyping tools for genetic   dissection of drought resistance studies in rice

15th   International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics

2017.9.25-27

Suwon,   South Korea

Invited   Report

Genetic   Architecture of Drought Resistance Revealed by Association Studies in Rice

19th   International Botanical Congress

2017.7.23-29

Shenzhen,   China

Invited Report

New phenotyping tools   for drought resistance studies in rice

InterDrought-V

2017/2/21-25

Hyderabad,   India

Co-Chairs

Plant productivity   under drought III Vegetative Growth

1st   Asia-Pacific Plant Phenotyping Conference

2016/10/19-21

Beijing

Invited Report

Combining   high-throughput phenotyping and genome-wide association studies to reveal the   genetic architecture of key traits in rice

14th   International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics

2016/09/26-29

France,   Montpellier, Le Corum

 

Invited Report

Two key bZIP   transcription factors regulate ABA signaling and drought resistance in rice.

11th   International Plant Molecular

2015/10/25-30

Brazil,   Iguassu

Poster

SNAC1 regulates drought   resistance through multiple pathways in rice

13th   International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics

2015/9/21-24

Wuhan, China

Co-Chairs

Green Super Rice

12thInternational   Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics

2014/11/15-21

Tucson,   Arizona, USA

Invited Report

Combining   high-throughput phenotyping and genome-wide association studies to unlock the   genetic architecture of agronomical traits in rice

 

Honors and Rewards

“Ten Thousand Plan” National High Level Talents Special Support Plan, 2018

Science and Technology Ministry of Youth Science and Technology Innovation Leader, 2016

National BaiQianWan Talents Program, 2014

Second Prize of National Award for Technological Invention, 2013

Frist Prize of Hubei Natural Science Awards, 2013

Agriculture Ministry of Agricultural Research Outstanding Talents, 2012

National Outstanding Scientific and Technological Workers, 2012

First Prize of  Shanghai Science and Technology Awards, 2013

China Youth Science and Technology Innovation Award, 2007

China National Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists, 2007

Hubei “May Fourth” Youth Medal, 2007

New Century Excellent Talents in University, 2004

 


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