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Sergey Shabala School of Land and Food, University of Tasmania, Australia
1 protocol

Meixue Zhou School of Land and Food, University of Tasmania, Australia
1 protocol

Lana Shabala School of Land and Food, University of Tasmania, Australia
1 protocol
Coreviewers
Alexandros Alexandratos University of Athens
6 protocols

Alizée Malnoë University of California, Berkeley
3 protocols

Amey Redkar The Sainsbury Laboratory
2 protocols

Jyotiska Chaudhuri Buck Institute for Research on Aging
17 protocols

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Honghong Wu
  • Post-Doc, University of California, Riverside
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • plant salt tolerance,
    plant nanobionics,
    ion fluxes,
    photosynthesis
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, Univeristy of Tasmania, Australia

Publications

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=RhRMFcMAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

1 Protocol published
MIFE Technique-based Screening for Mesophyll K+ Retention for Crop Breeding for Salinity Tolerance
Authors:  Honghong Wu, Lana Shabala, Meixue Zhou and Sergey Shabala, date: 05/05/2015, view: 3098, Q&A: 0
Potassium is known as a rate-limiting factor for crop yield and plays an important role in plants response under abiotic stresses. Recently, cytosolic K+ retention ability in leaf mesophyll has emerged as an important component of plant ...
6 Protocols reviewed
Trimolecular Fluorescence Complementation (TriFC) Assay for Direct Visualization of RNA-Protein Interaction in planta
Authors:  Jun Sung Seo and Nam-Hai Chua, date: 10/20/2017, view: 597, Q&A: 0
RNA-Protein interactions play important roles in various eukaryotic biological processes. Molecular imaging of subcellular localization of RNA/protein complexes in plants is critical for understanding these interactions. However, methods to image ...
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GUS Staining of Guard Cells to Identify Localised Guard Cell Gene Expression
Authors:  Zhao Liu, Wei Wang, Chun-Guang Zhang, Jun-Feng Zhao and Yu-Ling Chen , date: 07/20/2017, view: 1416, Q&A: 0
Determination of a gene expression in guard cells is essential for studying stomatal movements. GUS staining is one means of detecting the localization of a gene expression in guard cells. If a gene is specially expressed in guard cells, the whole ...
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