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.
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.
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 Zou，Cairui 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, 2019，87(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 Yu，Zhuqing Zhou*，Xiangyi Deng，Jiwei Li，Fangzhu Mei，Yuanhong 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 Fan，Zhu-Qing Zhou*，Chao-Nan Yang，Zhen Jiang，Jin-Tao Li，Xiang-Xu Cheng，Yue-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