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Chengcai Chu State Key Laboratory of Plant Genomics, National Center for Plant Gene Research (Beijing), Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2 protocols

Bin Hu State Key Laboratory of Plant Genomics, National Center for Plant Gene Research (Beijing), Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2 protocols

Kun Deng Agricultural Faculty, Henan University of Science and Technology, China
1 protocol

Feiyan Yu Agricultural Faculty, Henan University of Science and Technology, China
1 protocol

Lianhe Zhang
  • Agricultural Faculty, Henan University of Science and Technology, China
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Plant Nutrition, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2005

Current position

Associate Professor, Agricultural Faculty, Henan University of Science and Technology, Luoyang, China

Publications

  1. Zhang, L.*, Hu, B.*, Li, W., Che, R., Deng, K., Li, H., Yu, F., Ling, H., Li, Y. and Chu, C. (2014). OsPT2, a phosphate transporter, is involved in the active uptake of selenite in rice. New Phytol 201(4): 1183-1191. (*Co-first authors)
  2. Zhang, L., Yu, F., Shi, W., Li, Y. and Miao, Y. (2010). Physiological characteristics of selenite uptake by maize roots in response to different pH levels. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 173(3): 417-422.
  3. Zhang, L., Shi, W. and Wang, X. (2006). Difference in selenite absorption between high-and low-selenium rice cultivars and its mechanism. Plant and Soil 282(1-2): 183-193.
  4. Zhang, L., Shi, W., Wang, X. and Zhou, X. (2006). Genotypic differences in selenium accumulation in rice seedlings at early growth stage and analysis of dominant factors influencing selenium content in rice seeds. Journal of Plant Nutrition 29(9): 1601-1618.
  5. Zhang, L.-H., Shi, W.-M. and Wang, X.-C. (2006). Difference in selenium accumulation in shoots of two rice cultivars. Pedosphere 16(5): 646-653.
1 Protocol published
Analysis of Total Se Content in Rice
Authors:  Lianhe Zhang, Feiyan Yu, Kun Deng, Bin Hu and Chengcai Chu, date: 10/05/2014, view: 2923, Q&A: 0
Total Se content in rice is normally low and it is difficult to determine it exactly because of Se volatilization and pollution during the digestion process. In this method, rice sample is digested thoroughly and Se volatilization is reduced greatly ...