金沙国际电玩城

Zhuqing ZHOU

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Professor

Email: zhouzhuqing@mail.hzau.edu.cn

Tel: 027-87272101

 

Research Interest:

1) the programmed cell death (PCD) in plant developmental process (as the sieve elements development) and in plant stress physiological process (such as water-logging and          plant pathogen stress);

2) the immunocytochemical localization, ultra-structure and function analysis of biological macromolecules (such as the functional protein) in plant cell by using all kinds of microscope, such as Transmission electron microscope and Scanning electron microscope.

Education: 

9/1995 – 12/2000: Study for master and doctor, degree at plant science department, HZAU. Received a Ph.D. in December, 2000.

9/1985- 9/1987: As a college student studied at Plant science dept. of HZAU. Gained a bachelor degree.

Professional Experiences:

7/2004 – present: full- time employment as a cell biology professor, worked at the College of Life and Technology, HZAU, Wuhan, CHINA.

As a Senior Research Fellow from March, 2013 to September, 2013, and a cooperative research partner from June, 2015 to March,

2016 worked at Saskatchewan University, Canada.

7/2002 – 6/2004: postdoctoral research at biological postdoctoral workstation in HZAU.

The postdoctoral researches were aided by a postdoctoral fund of China (2003)

11/2000- 6/2002: employed as a professor for teaching and science research at life science college of Xiaogan University, Xiaogan, Hubei, CHINA.

9/1987- 9/1995: as an instructor (1987-1993) and an assistant professor (1994-1995) work at biological department of Xiaogan college, Xiaogan, Hubei, CHINA.

Selected Publications (2019-2010):

1.      Guan bin, Lin, ze; Zhou, Zhuqing*; Mei, fangzhu; Li, chengyang; Li, jiwei; Deng, xiangyi. Reactive oxygen species-induced autophagy regulates programmed cell death in waterlogged Arabidopsis. Frontier in plant science, 2019, 10: 1-16

2.        Wencui Yang, Min Yu,Changsong ZouCairui Lu, Daoqian Yu, Hailiang Cheng, Pengfei Jiang, Xiaoxu Feng, Youping Zhang, Qiaolian Wang, Hong Zhang, Guoli Song* and Zhuqing Zhou*. Genome-wide comparative analysis of RNA binding Glycine-rich protein family genes between Gossypium arboreum and Gossypium raimondii. 2019, June 26, PLOS ONE:1-22

3.        Ze Lin, Yuanhong Qi, Dongcheng Liu, Fangfang Mao, Xiangyi Deng, Jiwei Li, Fangzhu Mei, Zhuqing Zhou*. The effects of different pharmacological agent treatments on ROS accumulation and functional protein activities in wheat endosperm PCD. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 2019, 41(62):1-10

4.        Chengyang Li#, Dongcheng Liu#, Ze Lin, Bin Guan, Dan Liu, Li Yang, Xiangyi Deng, Fangzhu Mei, Zhuqing Zhou*. Histone acetylation modification affects cell wall degradation and aerenchyma formation in wheat seminal roots under waterlogging, Plant Growth Regulation, 201987(1), 149-163

5.        LI Cheng-yang#, ZHANG Nan#, GUAN Bin, ZHOU Zhu-qing*, MEI Fang-zhu. Reactive oxygen species are involved in cell death in wheat roots against powdery mildew. Journal of Integrative Agriculture. 2019, 18(9): 1961–1970

6.        Yuan-Hong Qi, Fang-Fang Mao, Zhu-Qing Zhou*, Dong-Cheng Liu, Min-Yu, Xiang-Yi Deng, Ji-Wei Li, Fang-Zhu Mei. The release of cytochrome c and the regulation of the programmed cell death progress in the endosperm of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under waterlogging. Protoplasma, 2018, 255:1651–1665

7.        Zhihui Zhang, Yani Lv, Zhuqing Zhou*, Fangzhu Mei & Likai Wang. Type II metacaspase protein localization and gene transcription during programmed cell semi-death of sieve elements in developing caryopsis of Tritium aestivum*. Biologia, 2017, 72(4).

8.        Min YuZhuqing Zhou*Xiangyi DengJiwei LiFangzhu MeiYuanhong Q. Physiological mechanism of programmed cell death aggravation and acceleration in wheat endosperm cells caused by waterlogging. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 2017, 39(1), 1-11

9.        Xiang-Xu Cheng, Min Yu, Nan Zhang, Zhu-Qing Zhou*, Qiu-Tao Xu, Fang-Zhu Mei & Liang-Huan Qu. Reactive oxygen species regulate programmed cell death progress of endosperm in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under waterlogging. Protoplasma, 2016, 253(2): 311-327

10.    W. L. Yang, J. T. Cai, Z. Q. Zhou*, G. S. Zhou, F. Z. Mei, L. K. Wang. Programmed cell semi-death of sieve elements is mediated by microautophagy as a result of vacuole and vacuolar proteases in the ventral vascular bundle of developing caryopsis of Triticum aestivum L. Cell Biology International, 2015(39): 1364-1375

11.    Zu-Quan Hu, He-Ping Li, Ping Wu, Ya-Bo Li, Zhu-Qing Zhou, Jing-Bo Zhang, Jin-Long Liu, Yu-Cai Liao. An affinity improved single-chain antibody from phage display of a library derived from monoclonal antibodies detects fumonisins by immunoassay. Analytica Chimica Acta, 2015, 867:74–82

12.    Jingtong Cai, Zhihui Zhang, Zhuqing Zhou *, Wenli Yang, Yang Liu, Fangzhu Mei, Guangsheng Zhou and Likai Wang. Localization of BEN1-like protein and nuclear degradation during development of metaphloem sieve elements in Triticum aestivum L. Acta Biologica Hungarica, 2015, 66(1):66–79

13.    Q. T. Xu, L. Yang, Z. Q. Zhou*, F. Z. Mei, L. H. Qu, G. S. Zhou. Process of aerenchyma formation and reactive oxygen species induced by waterlogging in wheat seminal roots. Planta, 2013, 238:969–982

14.    Q. T. Xu #, H. Y. Fan #, Z. Jiang, Z. Q. Zhou*, L. Yang, F. Z. Mei and L. H. Qu. Cell wall degradation and the dynamic changes of Ca2+ and related enzymes in the developing aerenchyma of wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) under waterlogging. Acta Biologica Hungarica, 2013, 64(3): 328–340

15.    Hai-Yan FanZhu-Qing Zhou*Chao-Nan YangZhen JiangJin-Tao LiXiang-Xu ChengYue-Jing Guo. Effects of waterlogging on amyloplasts and programmed cell death in endosperm cells of Triticum aestivum L. Protoplasma, 2013, 250:1091–1103

16.    Structure-function relationships during metaphloem sieve elements development in Triticum aestivum. Biologia plantarum, 2012, 56 (2): 307-312

17.    Jiang zhen, Xue-Fang Song, Zhu-Qing Zhou*, Li-Kai Wang, Ji-Wei Li, Xiang-Yi Deng. Aerenchyma formation: programmed cell death in adventitious roots of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) under waterlogging. Functional Plant Biology, 2010, 37(8):748-755 

18.     Xiangyi Deng, Jiwei Li , Zhuqing Zhou*Fan Haiyan. Cell death in wheat root induced by the powdery mildew fungus Blumeria gramini f. sp tritici. Plant and soil, 2010, 328: 45-55


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