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Shengni Tian

Education

Ph.D. in Ecology, South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2006

Current position

Associate Professor in Botany, College of Life Science, Anhui Agricultural University, Hefei, Anhui Province, China

Publications

  1. Zhang, H., Yuan, Y., Jiao, H., Liu, X., Su, S. and Tian, S. (2015). Study on Heavy Metal Absorption and Enrichment Characteristics by 8 Plants Species Settled Naturally in Xiangsigu Copper Tailings. Ecology and Environment Sciences, 24(5): 886-891.

  2. Li, X., Jiao, H., Yuan, Y. and Tian, S. (2015). Allelopathic Effects and Chemincal Components of the Volatiles from Cedrus deodara Leaves and Branches. Ecology and Environment Sciences, 24(2): 263-269.

  3. Xu, X., Li, Q., Wang, J., Zhang, L., Tian, S., Zhi, L., Li, Q. and Sun, Y. (2014). Inorganic and organic nitrogen acquisition by a fern Dicranopteris dichotoma in a subtropical forest in South China. PLoS One 9(5): e90075.

  4. Tian, S., Zhang, J., Sun, Q., Li, J. and Li, X. (2013). Study on the heavy metals absorption and distribution by Salix chaenomeloides settled naturally on the Copper Tailings. Journal of Agro-environment Science, 32 (9): 1771-1777.

  5. Tian, S., Sun, Q. and Wang, W. (2012). Effects of Tasux chinensis war. Mairei ectarsts on wheat seed’s germination and seedilngs growth. Forest By-product and Speciality in China, 120 (5):49-52.

  6. Tian, S., Sun, Q. and Zhang, X. (2010). Studies on the Effects of Taxus chinensis var.mairei Seeds Extracts on Seed. Chinese Agriculture Bulletin, 2010, 26 (7) : 124-127.

  7. Tian, S. (2010). Studies on the tolerance of heavy metals for Salix matsudana by root elongation methods. Agricultural Science & Technology, 11(4): 98-101,171

  8. Tian, S., Peng, S., Zhang, Y., He, J. L. and Zhou, J. L. (2009). The Effects of Copper Stresses on the Growth and Physiological Characteristics for Commelina communis. China Agriculture Bulletin, 25(9): 144-147.

  9. Ye, M., Li, J. T., Tian, S., Hu, M., Yi, S. and Liao, B. (2009). Biogeochemical studies of metallophytes from four copper-enriched sites along the Yangtze River, China. Environmental Geology, 56(7) :1313-1322.

  10. Tian, S., Wang, Z., Hao, Y. and Peng, S. (2006). Genetic Diversity of Imperata cylindrica Populations Colonizing on the Metal Tailings Waste Lands by ISSR Technique. Journal of Zhongshan University (Natural Science Edition), 45 (5): 87-92.

  11. Tian, S., Sun, Q., Wang, Z., Peng, S. and Xia, H. (2005). The plants colonized on the copper tailings and the change of the phsio-chemistry characteristics of substrate in Tongling, Anhui province. Resources and Environment in the Yangtze River Basin, 14 (1): 87-93.

Protocols by Shengni Tian
  1. Target Gene Inactivation in Cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120