The Key Laboratory of Vector Biology and Pathogen Control in Zhejiang Province of Our University has Received another Good News

[作者]:XCB [来源]: [时间]:2020-6-10 9:16:30 [阅读次数]:4

A few days ago, the key laboratory of vector biology and pathogen control in Zhejiang Province of our university has received another good news. Under the careful arrangement of Prof. Zhang Liqin, the director of the laboratory, and the key laboratory and the Institute of Plant Biology of Zhejiang University, published two recent research results in BMC Genomics (Impact Factor 3.501, Biology II) and New Phytologist (Impact Factor 7.299, Biology I), respectively. New perspectives in the regulation of the mechanisms of plant resistance to aluminum toxicity and phosphorus deficiency have been proposed, providing an important theoretical basis for the improvement of crop resistance.

Under the leadership of Prof. Zhang Liqin, Prof. Wang Zhanqi, and Jin Jianfeng, PhD student of Institute of Plant Biology, Zhejiang University, revealed the role of the NAC transcription factor family in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) during aluminum stress, and found that the NAC transcription factor can respond to aluminum stress by regulating protein translation. In a research paper entitledGenome-wide identification and expression analysis of the NAC transcription factor family in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) during aluminum stress published in BMC Genomics. In a research paper entitled Low phosphate represses histone deacetylase complex1 to regulate root system architecture remodeling in Arabidopsis published in New Phytologist, Prof. Wang Zhanqi and Prof. Zheng Shaojian /Yang Jianli collaborated to find that phosphorus starvation led to degradation of HDC1 protein by acetylation of histone deacetylase complex1 HDC1, which resulted in enhanced expression of genes involved in iron accumulation in Arabidopsis rhizomes through increased levels of acetylation, thus enhancing the phosphorus deficiency response.

In addition, the research result "Comparative transcriptome analysis of the genes involved in lipid biosynthesis pathway and regulation of oil body formation in Torreya Grandis kernels" was published in the journal Industrial Crops & Products (Impact Factor 4.191, Agroforestry Science Zone I) by Prof. Lou Heqiang of Zhejiang A&F University and funded by the Open Fund of the Key Laboratory of Vector Biology and Pathogen Control of Zhejiang Province (HUZUL201905), with Prof. Wang Zhanqi as co-author and Prof. Lou Heqiang as correspondence author.

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