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zhu xiaofang State Key Laboratory of Soil and Sustainable Agriculture, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
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Chun-quan Zhu State Key Laboratory of Soil and Sustainable Agriculture, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
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Ren-fang Shen
  • State Key Laboratory of Soil and Sustainable Agriculture, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
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Education

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

Current position

Researcher and Chair in China Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science, NanJing, China

Publications (since 2012)

  1. Shao, J. F., Yamaji, N., Shen, R. F. and Ma, J. F. (2017). The Key to Mn Homeostasis in Plants: Regulation of Mn Transporters. Trends Plant Sci.
  2. Zhu, X. F., Zhu, C. Q., Wang, C., Dong, X. Y. and Shen, R. F. (2017). Nitric oxide acts upstream of ethylene in cell wall phosphorus reutilization in phosphorus-deficient rice. J Exp Bot.
  3. Shao, J. F., Fujii-Kashino, M., Yamaji, N., Fukuoka, S., Shen, R. F. and Ma, J. F. (2017). Isolation and characterization of a rice line with high Cd accumulation for potential use in phytoremediation. Plant Soil 410: 357.
  4. Hu, Z. M., Zhao, X. Q., Bao, X. M., Wang, C., Wang, W., Zheng, L., Lan, P. and Shen, R. F. (2016). A potential contribution of the less negatively charged cell wall to the high aluminum tolerance of Rhodotorula taiwanensis RS1. Yeast.
  5. Zhu, C. Q., Zhu, X. F., Hu, A. Y., Wang, C., Wang, B., Dong, X. Y. and Shen, R. F. (2016). Differential Effects of Nitrogen Forms on Cell Wall Phosphorus Remobilization Are Mediated by Nitric Oxide, Pectin Content, and Phosphate Transporter Expression. Plant Physiol 171(2): 1407-1417.
  6. Zhu, X. F., Zhu, C. Q., Zhao, X. S., Zheng, S. J. and Shen, R. F. (2016). Ethylene is involved in root phosphorus remobilization in rice (Oryza sativa) by regulating cell-wall pectin and enhancing phosphate translocation to shoots. Ann Bot.
  7. Zhu, X. F., Wang, B., Song, W. F., Zheng, S. J. and Shen, R. F. (2016). Putrescine Alleviates Iron Deficiency via NO-Dependent Reutilization of Root Cell-Wall Fe in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 170(1): 558-567.
  8. Che, J., Yamaji, N., Shen, R. F. and Ma, J. F. (2016). An Al-inducible expansin gene, OsEXPA10 is involved in root cell elongation of rice. Plant J 88(1): 132-142.
  9. Che, J., Yamaji, N., Shao, J. F., Ma, J. F. and Shen, R. F. (2016). Silicon decreases both uptake and root-to-shoot translocation of manganese in rice. J Exp Bot 67(5): 1535-1544.
  10. Li, G. D., Pan, L. N., Jiang, K., Takahashi, I., Nakamura, H., Xu, Y. W., Asami, T. and Shen, R. F. (2016). Strigolactones are involved in sugar signaling to modulate early seedling development in Arabidopsis. Plant Biotech 33(2): 87-97.
  11. Che, J., Zhao, X. Q., Zhou, X., Jia, Z. J. and Shen, R. F. (2015). High pH-enhanced soil nitrification was associated with ammonia-oxidizing bacteria rather than archaea in acidic soils. Appl Soil Ecol 85: 21-29.
  12. Liang, L. Z., Qi, H. J., Xu, P., Zhao, X. Q., Dong, X. Y. and Shen, R. F. (2015). High phosphorus at seedling stage decreases the post-transplanting fertiliser requirement of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). Sci Hortic 190: 98-103.
  13. Wang, W., Zhao, X. Q., Hu, Z. M., Shao, J. F., Che, J., Chen, R. F., Dong, X. Y. and Shen, R. F. (2015). Aluminium alleviates manganese toxicity to rice by decreasing root symplastic Mn uptake and reducing availability to shoots of Mn stored in roots. Ann Bot 116(2): 237-246.
  14. Wang, W., Zhao, X. Q., Chen, R. F., Dong, X. Y., Lan, P., Ma, J. F. and Shen, R. F. (2015). Altered cell wall properties are responsible for ammonium-reduced aluminium accumulation in rice roots. Plant Cell Environ 38(7): 1382-1390.
  15. Xu, P., Liang, L. Z., Dong, X. Y. and Shen, R. F. (2015). Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on aggregate stability of a clay soil inoculating with two different host plants. Acta Agr Scand B-S P 65: 23-29.
  16. Xu, P., Liang, L. Z., Dong, X. Y., Xu, J., Jiang, P. K. and Shen, R. F. (2014). Response of soil phosphorus required for maximum growth of Asparagus officinalis L. to inoculation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Pedosphere 24: 776-782.
  17. Zhao, X. Q., Chen, R. F. and Shen, R. F. (2014). Coadaptation of plants to multiple stresses in acidic soils. Soil Sci 179: 503-513.
  18. Wang, C., Zhao, X. Q., Aizawa, T., Sunairi, M. and Shen, R. F. (2013). High aluminum tolerance of Rhodotorula sp. RS1 is associated with thickening of the cell wall rather than chelation of aluminum ions. Pedosphere 23(1): 29-38.
  19. Wang, C., Wang, C. Y., Zhao, X. Q., Chen, R. F., Lan, P. and Shen, R. F. (2013). Proteomic analysis of a high aluminum tolerant yeast Rhodotorula taiwanensis RS1 in response to aluminum stress. Biochim Biophys Acta 1834(10): 1969-1975.
  20. Wang, C., Zhao, X. Q., Chen, R. F., Chu, H. Y. and Shen, R. F. (2013). Aluminum tolerance of wheat does not induce changes in dominant bacterial community composition or abundance in an acidic soil. Plant and soil 367: 275-284.
  21. Zhao, X. Q., Aizawa, T., Schneider, J., Wang, C., Shen, R. F. and Sunairi, M. (2013). Complete mitochondrial genome of the aluminum-tolerant fungus Rhodotorula taiwanensis RS1 and comparative analysis of Basidiomycota mitochondrial genomes. Microbiologyopen 2(2): 308-317.
  22. Zhao, X. Q., Guo, S. W., Shinmachi, F., Sunairi, M., Noguchi, A., Hasegawa, I. and Shen, R. F. (2013). Aluminium tolerance in rice is antagonistic with nitrate preference and synergistic with ammonium preference. Ann Bot 111(1): 69-77.
  23. Zhao, X. Q. and Shen, R. F. (2013). Interactive regulation of nitrogen and aluminum in rice. Plant Signal Behav 8(6): e24355.
  24. Shen, R. F., Liang, L. Z. and Zhao, X. Q. (2012). Fertilizer Relevant Legislation in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan District and Their Enlightenment to China's Fertilizer Management. Soils 4: 001.
  25. Chen, R. F., Zhang, F. L., Zhang, Q. M., Sun, Q. B., Dong, X. Y. and Shen, R. F. (2012). Aluminium-phosphorus interactions in plants growing on acid soils: does phosphorus always alleviate aluminium toxicity? J Sci Food Agric 92(5): 995-1000.
1 Protocol published
Rice Root Organic Acid Efflux Measurement by Using Ion Chromatography
Authors:  Chun-quan Zhu, Xiao-fang Zhu and Ren-fang Shen, date: 02/20/2017, view: 1427, Q&A: 0
Organic acids secreted from plant roots play important roles in various biological processes including nutrient acquisition, metal detoxification, and pathogen attraction. The secretion of organic acids may be affected by various conditions such as ...