Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology

ISSN: 2329-9029

Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology
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James Weifu Lee

Editor-in-Chief
James Weifu Lee
Assistant Director
Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium
Faculty Member
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Physical Science Building
R.No. 3100B 4402
Old Dominion University
Elkhorn Avenue Norfolk
Virginia 23529
USA
Tel: (757) 683-4260

 

Biography :

Dr. James W. Lee is current working as an Associate Professor in Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Old Dominion University. He finished Ph.D. in Photosynthesis Research, Physical Chemistry and Biochemistry from Cornell University in 1993 and M.S. in Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Cornell University in 1988.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Currently, Lee’s R&D interest is focused on the following two bioenergy research areas with the objective to provide green/clean energy and control global warming:
(1) Designer photosynthetic organisms for photobiological production of biofuels from water and carbon dioxide. This multidisciplinary R&D involves synthetic biology and genetic transformation of photosynthetic organisms to create designer organisms for photobiological production of advanced biofuels such as hydrogen, biooils/biodiesel, and/or butanol directly from water and carbon dioxide.
(2) Smokeless biomass pyrolysis for producing biofuels and biochar as a green/clean energy solution to control global warming. This “carbon-negative” biomass-pyrolysis energy-production concept applies biochar as a soil amendment and carbon sequestration agent. The key concept here is to use a smokeless (clean/effective) biomass-pyrolysis process to produce certain biofuels and to “lock” some of the unstable biomass carbon such as dead leaves, waste woods, cornstovers and rice straws into a stable form of carbon―biochar. The envisioned use of biochar as a soil amendment could improve soil fertility and at the same time, serve as a carbon sequestration agent to help control global warming and keep the environment cleaner.

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Georgia Tanou

Georgia Tanou
Principal Investigator
Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
University of Thessaly
Greece

Biography :

I graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), Division of Agricultural Sciences (2001) and continued my studies in AUTH, received MSc (2003) and PhD (2007) diploma with grants of distinction in the field of plant physiology and biochemistry. My previous working experience was as Assistant Professor under contract and contract researcher at AUTH, Technological institutes and Research institutes. During my thesis I visited CNRS-Bayer CropScience Joint Laboratory (Lyon, France) working on plant proteomics. Currently I am working as project Principal Investigator (PI) at the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, University of Thessaly. At the same time I am majorly involved in establishing an independent high potential research group in Agriculture Faculty of AUTH, which is presently staffed by a Postdoctoral researcher, 2 PhD students, 3 MSc students and 2 undergraduate research students. The group carries out multidisciplinary research in the field of applied proteomics in fruit science.

 Biography
Research Interest :

My research interests combine physiological, molecular and proteomic approaches to investigate plant stress physiology and fruit biology. I am expertise in the application of a) plant proteomic analysis, b) molecular biological techniques, c) biochemical and analytical tools like enzymatic tests and GC and HPLC with various detection systems, d) histochemical techniques like, confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM), and e) physiological methods to characterize plant response to abiotic stress and fruit quality traits.

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Weili Yang

Weili Yang
Professor
Department of Plant Biology
Michigan State University
USA

 

Biography :

Weili Yang obtained her Ph.D. degree in 2006 from the University of Western Ontario, Canada under the supervision of Professor Mark Bernards. She then joined the lab of Professor John Ohlrogge, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University to continue her research on the biosynthesis of plant surface lipids ¾ cutin and suberin.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Biosynthesis of Cutin and Suberin; Plant Lipid Metabolism; Plant Secondary Metabolism.

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Zonglie Hong

Zonglie Hong
Associate Professor in Biochemistry
Department of Plant, Soil, and Entomological Sciences (PSES) and Program of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (MMBB)
University of Idaho
USA
Tel: 208-885-5464
Fax: 208-885-7760

Biography :

Zonglie Hong is an Associate Professor in Biochemistry in the University of Idaho, USA. He received a B.S. degree in Agronomy from Fujian Agricultural University, China and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Novi Sad, Serbia. He conducted postdoctoral research in molecular, cell and developmental biology in the Ohio State University.

 Biography
Research Interest :

His research interests include nitrogen metabolism, amino acid biosynthesis, nodule organogenesis, cell division and cytokinesis, flower and seed development, stress tolerance, and cell wall biosynthesis. His recent work has been focused on callose biosynthesis, nodule development, and grain quality improvement. Model plants including Arabidopsis thaliana (mouse-ear cress), Oryza sativa (rice) and Lotus japonicus as well as other agriculture-relevant crops, such as wheat (Triticum aestivum) and barley (Hordeum vulgare) are used in the Hong laboratory.

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Nikolajs Sjakste

Nikolajs Sjakste
Head
Department of Medicinal Chemistry
Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis
Latvia
Tel. 371-754-9002
Fax 371-755-3142

Biography :
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Yong Q Gu

Yong Q Gu
Department of Agronomy
North Dakota State University
USA
Tel: 510-559-5732
Fax: 510-559-5818

Biography :

I have over 23 years of accumulated research experience and have authored or co-authored on over 70 peer-reviewed journal publications, 1 US patent, numerous edited proceedings, book chapters, and meeting abstracts. Throughout my research career, I often demonstrate creativity and originality in science and leadership through successful applications of innovative techniques and systems for solving problems in plant biology and genomics research. Before I joined my current position as a senior scientist at USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Western Regional Research Center, I worked as a postdoctoral researcher in Dr. Martins laboratory at Cornell University to characterize the disease resistance signaling pathway involved in tomato plants expressing Pto resistance gene and bacteria Pseudomonas syringae expressing avrPto. I demonstrated that genetic manipulation of a downstream component of a resistance gene-mediated pathway is an effective approach to activate defense responses of plants for inhibiting pathogen growth and minimizing disease symptoms. In my Ph.D dissertation research project at Dept. of Botany and Plant Sciences, UC Riverside, I conducted molecular, biochemical and immunological characterization of a tomato leucine aminopeptidase (LAP) in the plant-defense response. Currently, the tomato LAP still represents the best characterized exoprotease in plants. In the current position, my laboratory developed a high efficient system for sequencing, assembly, and annotation of wheat DNAs. This is demonstrated by the fact that the High Molecular Weight (HMW)-glutenin locus is the best studied genetic region in wheat through sequence analysis. The sequencing technology developed is currently adopted in a large collaborative project to sequence the wheat chromosome 3D through a BAC-by-BAC strategy. We reported the first comparative analysis of wheat prolamin regions with other five grass species, providing the first detailed view of sequence evolution among closely related genomes. The finding in this research also led to the development a novel genome-specific, ubiquitous repeat junction marker system which overcomes conventional mapping challenges with gene-based molecular markers in polyploid wheat and make it more efficient to map and clone important genes/traits in low gene density regions. The research to develop SNP markers for the hexaploid wheat is challenging and involves the development of several innovative procedures to generate genome-specific primers based on nucleotide polymorphisms. The SNP resources we developed are widely used by the wheat community for various research. I played instrumental role in the research to develop genomics resources for Brachypodium, an emerging model species for the temperate grasses. This includes the construction of three large insert BAC libraries, sequencing of BAC ends, and development of genome-wide physical maps. These research and genomics resources have contributed to the further adoption of this species as a model system for diverse aspects of plant research. My scientific stature is substantiated by many invited talks. I am recognized nationally and internationally as an authority to wheat biology, genetics and genomics research. I has been frequently approached by others in the use of comparative genomics, genome sequencing and annotation, and molecular marker and genotyping technologies. Since joining ARS, I have supervised 9 postdoctoral researchers, 5 visiting graduate students, 3 visiting scientists, 6 laboratory technicians, and 15 college and high school students.

 Biography
Research Interest :

In the current position, my laboratory developed a high efficient system for sequencing, assembly, and annotation of wheat DNAs. This is demonstrated by the fact that the High Molecular Weight (HMW)-glutenin locus is the best studied genetic region in wheat through sequence analysis. The sequencing technology developed is currently adopted in a large collaborative project to sequence the wheat chromosome 3D through a BAC-by-BAC strategy. We reported the first comparative analysis of wheat prolamin regions with other five grass species, providing the first detailed view of sequence evolution among closely related genomes. The finding in this research also led to the development a novel genome-specific, ubiquitous repeat junction marker system which overcomes conventional mapping challenges with gene-based molecular markers in polyploid wheat and make it more efficient to map and clone important genes/traits in low gene density regions. The research to develop SNP markers for the hexaploid wheat is challenging and involves the development of several innovative procedures to generate genome-specific primers based on nucleotide polymorphisms. The SNP resources we developed are widely used by the wheat community for various research. I played instrumental role in the research to develop genomics resources for Brachypodium, an emerging model species for the temperate grasses. This includes the construction of three large insert BAC libraries, sequencing of BAC ends, and development of genome-wide physical maps. These research and genomics resources have contributed to the further adoption of this species as a model system for diverse aspects of plant research.

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Synan AbuQamar

Synan AbuQamar
Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
United Arab Emirates University
UAE

Biography :

Dr. Synan AbuQamar completed his B.Sc. from the University of Jordan/Department of Plant Production in 1998. Then, he moved to Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN, USA) where he finished his M.S. from the Department of Agronomy in the area of Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology in 2003; and Ph.D. from the Department of Botany & Plant Pathology in the area of Molecular Genetics of Plant Immunity in 2007. Between 2007-2008, he conducted postdoctoral research at Purdue University in the lab of Dr. Mengiste, working on functional genomics of host defense to fungal pathogens. Since August 2008, Synan joined the Department of Biology at United Arab Emirates University as an Assistant Professor. Synan's current research interest is in the area of Plant Molecular Genetics/Plant Biotechnology. He co-authors a number of publications in peer-reviewed international journals and is a reviewer and editorial board member of several international journals.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Molecular Genetics of Plant Immunity- understanding the molecular and cellular factors that control plant defense response mechanisms against necrotrophic pathogens, mainly Botrytis cinerea, using Arabidopsis and tomato as host plants.


: - Functional genomics of plant defense responses to necrotrophic fungi
; - Molecular components of host defense signaling in response to necrotrophic pathogens
; - Interaction and cross-talk between signal transduction pathways in response to biotic and abiotic stresses

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Supriya Sen

Supriya Sen
University of California Los Angeles
Department of Microbiology
Immunology and Molecular Genetics
Los Angeles
USA

Biography :

Dr. Supriya Sen is currently working as Research Scientist at Veterans Medical Research Foundation and she is also Visiting Scholar at Department of Medicine, University of California San Diego, USA.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Plant Molecular Biology

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Elansary HO

Elansary HO
University of Guelph
Canada
Tel: +1 519-731-5663

Biography :

Dr. Hosam O. Elansary, current visiting faculty at the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario, University of Guelph, Canada. He was Ph.D. graduate of the faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague (one of the world top 200 Universities). Born in Alexandria in 1978, graduated in 1999 from the faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University and got two prizes for academic excellence in 2000. He held the position of lecturer (2003) then assistant professor at 2010 at Alexandria University. During his study in Europe he worked on a project between USA & the Czech Academy of Sciences and has several impacted publications in the field of plant physiology, biochemistry and biodiversity. He launched a national volunteering barcoding project aimed to barcode herbs, shrubs and trees especially ornamentals in Egypt since 2010 and up to now in collaboration with the University of Guelph in Canada. He was selected as the ambassador of the Society of Experimental Biology located in London, the society is considered as the main biological mass of scientists in Europe. He was selected as an editorial board of several journals. He participated either as a PI, Co-PI and as a consultant in several local and international projects, such as EIFAD & TreeBOL. Finally, he established EgyptBOL to be a big umbrella for Egyptian barcoders and to witness the birth of Egypt Barcode of Life dream (egyptbol.org).

 Biography
Research Interest :

Genetic diversity and biochemical activity of Egyptian horticultural crops. The antioxidant activity, essential oils, methanolic extracts of leaves and fruits of several horticultural crops (including medicinal and aromatic plants) grown in Egypt are being assessed and associated with molecular markers. Barcoding of Egyptian trees, shrubs and herbs especially horticultural crops.

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Yin Tong Ming

Yin Tong Ming
Professor
Key Laboratory of Forest Genetics & Biotechnology
Nanjing Forestry Unviersity
China
Tel:  025-854-28165
Fax: 025-854-27345
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Biography :

Professor Yin Tong Ming has reeceived his Phd in Genetics and Molecular Biology, during period of 1997. Currently he is working as Professor in Key Laboratory of Forest Genetics & Biotechnology Nanjing Forestry Unviersity, China.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Current research interests include: genetic mapping and QTL (Quantitative Trait Loci) analysis in out-bred species, comparative and functional genomics in the perennial model tree species; Genetic mechanism understanding for the carbon allocation and sequestration in tree species; Candidate genes detection based on QTLs analysis and sequence annotation for domestication traits in poplars.

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Xuanqiang Liang

Xuanqiang Liang
Professor
Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences
China

Biography :
 Biography
Research Interest :

Plant genomic and proteomic

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Xiao-yun Wang

Xiao-yun Wang
Professor
Shandong Agricultural University
China

Biography :

Dr. Xiao-yun Wang is current working as a professor in department of biochemistry and molecular biology, college of life sciences, state key laboratory of crop science, Shandong agricultural university, China. She obtained her Ph.D. degree in 1997 and M.S. in 1990 in the research of plant physiology and biochemistry from Shandong Agricultural University, China. She visited Tsinghua university from 2002-2003 and visited Harvard Medical School twice during 2008-2010.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Biochemistry and molecular biology, Macromolecular structure and function, Protein chemistry and protein engineering, Oxidative folding in chloroplast

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Adeel Mahmood

Adeel Mahmood
Research Scientist
Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry
Guangzhou
China

Biography :

Adeel Mahood is a Pakistani young research scientist currently, working as Visiting Research Scientist in Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Guangzhou (GIG), China. He did his research work with collaboration of Chinese Academy of Sciences, GIG, China and published a total 34 research articles up to his PhD studies and all papers are published in highly ISI impact factor journals. His recent research was on screening-level risk assessment of persistent organic pollutants in the cereal crops and environmental compartments from Pakistan. His main field of interest is ethnopharmacology, environmental biology and ecotoxicology.

 Biography
Research Interest :

1. Investigation of bio-active compounds from medicinal plants 2. Exploration and documentation of medicinal flora 3. Ethnomedicinal pharmacological knowledge Safety and efficacy of medicinal Plants via different bioassays Occurrence, spatial and temporal trends, atmospheric transport and source identification of inorganic and Persistent Organic Pollutants [POPs] in aquatic and terrestrial and biotic resources of Pakistan; their effects on form and functionality of biota, and ecological systems species level to assess the ecological integrity and health conditions of an ecosystem.

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Min hui Li

Min hui Li
Professor
Baotou Medical College
China

Biography :

Professor Min-hui Li, is the director of Institute of Pharmacy of Baotou Medical College and professor of National Resource Center for Chinese Materia Medica (China). In 2008, he got a Ph.D. in pharmacognosy at the Peking Union Medical College, under the supervision of Prof. P.G, Xiao; 2011, he became a professor of pharmacognosy of Bao Tou Medical College. Since 2008, Prof. Li has obtained 3 “the China Science Foundation” and 23 other projects. Nowadays, he majors in resources protection, cultivar improvement, DNA identification and DNA barcoding of medical plants in Inner Mongolia. He has served as a committee member of ecology committee for two years and director of “The World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies and the Protection and Utilization of Resources of Medicinal Plant” for one year. In 2014, he participated in ISO/TC249 conference in Japan. Up to now, he has published 66 research papers and possessed 9 patents.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Resource protection of medical plants and molecular authentication of medical plants.
 

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Jalal A Aliyev

Jalal A Aliyev
Professor
Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
Azerbaijan

Biography :

Sixty five years dynamic researches of Professor Jalal A.Aliyev have been devoted to the study of the theory of photosynthetic activity as a fundamental for productivity of crop plants, mainly wheat. The overall activity of these researches covers physiological, biophysical, biochemical and molecular-genetic bases of plant productivity and also the study of production processes in all levels of structural-functional organization of plant organism - from molecular to the whole plant and sowing. Jalal Aliyev has acted as the initiator and founder of the development of new directions of researches, namely molecular biology, molecular genetics, gene and cellular biotechnology, etc in Azerbaijan. In particular, activities in computational biology and Bioinformatics in Azerbaijan have been initiated by J.Aliyev in 1970 of last century. Under initiative of the J.Aliyev, about 300 PhD and doctors of sciences have been trained and prepared. More than 80 of them (80 PhD and 11 Doctor of Sciences) successfully defended their thesis under his supervision. Now his skilled and qualified students are currently leading scientists in many research centers and Universities both in Azerbaijan and abroad, such as in Commonwealth of Independent States, USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Israel and European countries. J.Aliyev has authored more than 600 scientific publications, including 25 monographs and books published in local and reputed international editions. A large number of durum (Triticum durum Desf.) and bread (Triticum aestivum L.) wheat genotypes with productivity of 7-8 tons per hectare with excellent quality of grain-grades were developed which are now widely cultivated in Azerbaijan. He is a foreign member of the Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences and the Academy of Agrarian Sciences of the Republic of Belarus. J.Aliyev is the Honoured Scientific Worker. For his great contributions to science in Azerbaijan, J.Aliyev was honoured with the Order of Independence (1998), the Order of Glory of the Republic of Georgia in 2003, the Honourary diploma of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan (2008) and with the Order of Glory of the Republic of Azerbaijan (2013). He was elected as a Member of Parliament of the Republic of Azerbaijan for fourth time (1995, 2000, 2005 and 2010). At present, he is a head of Department of Fundamental Problems of Biological Productivity in the Institute of Botany, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences and head of Department of Plant Physiology and Biotechnology in the Research Institute of Crop Husbandry.

 Biography
Research Interest :

• Plant Physiology
• Plant Developmental Biology
Molecular Biology
• Molecular Biology of Photosynthesis
• Gene engineering
• Molecular mechanisms of biological molecules transport
• Signal transduction pathways
• Methods of molecular Biology
• Molecular mechanisms of stress factors

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Shirish A Ranade

Shirish A Ranade
Senior Principal Scientist
National Botanical Research Institute
Uttar Pradesh
India

Biography :
 Biography
Research Interest :

 Work specialization in determination and analysis of genetic diversity and systematic in plants using molecular methods, in particular the PCR methods. Among target plants studied are medicinal plants, pteridophytes, horticultural plants and trees.

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Bhaskar Gupta

Bhaskar Gupta
Department of Biotechnology
Presidency University
India
Tel:  91-0983-112-8734

Biography :

Professor Bhaskar Gupta has received his Ph.D. in Plant Molecular Biology in 2009. Currently he is working as Professor in Department of Biotechnology at Presidency University India.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Abiotic stresses caused by drought, salinity, toxic metals, temperature extremes, and nutrient poor soils are among the major constraints to plant growth and crop production worldwide. While crop breeding strategies to improve yields have progressed, a better understanding of the genetic and biological mechanisms underpinning stress adaptation is needed. Recent research is uncovering a combination of key genes, quantitative trait loci and molecular networks that mediate plant responses to drought, salinity, heat and other abiotic stresses. Despite these advances there are still gaps in our knowledge particularly in the molecular mechanisms underpinning abiotic stress tolerance in important crop species such as rice. Understanding these processes is essential for breeding or engineering stress-tolerant crop plants. The focus of my research is on the physiological and molecular responses that operate during environmental stresses in plants.

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Pankaj Chauhan

Pankaj Chauhan
Department of Biotechnology
Shoolini University of Biotechnology & Management Sciences
India
Tel. +91-9736957022

Biography :

Experience 

 Four years research experience during Ph.D. in Plant Biochemistry (2007-2010).
 Assist. Prof. Department of Biochemistry, Himachal Institute of Life Sciences, Paonta sahib, Dist. Sirmour, (H.P.), from 10th March 2010 To 30th March 2012.
 Working as, Assist. Prof. Dept. of Biotechnology, Shoolini University of Biotechnology & Management Sciences, Solan, (H.P.) INDIA, since 31st March, 2012. 

 Biography
Research Interest :

Biochemical and Pharmacological Investigations on plants

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Mohamed Fawzy Ramadan Hassanien

Mohamed Fawzy Ramadan Hassanien
Professor
Department of Biochemistry
Zagazig University
Egypt
Tel: 002-055-2320282
Fax: 002-055-2287567

Biography :

Dr. Hassanien published more than 100 papers, reviews in international peer-reviewed journals with high impact factor as well as some books and book chapters (recent h-index is 18). He was participated and invited speaker in several international conferences. Since 2003. Dr. Hassanien is a reviewer and editor in many highly-cited international journals. Dr. Mohamed Fawzy Ramadan Hassanien is currently working as an Associate Professor at Institute of Scientific Research and Revival of Islamic Heritage, Umm Al Qura University (Makkah, Saudi Arabia) and as an associate Professor of Biochemistry at in Faculty of Agriculture, Zagazig University (Egypt).

 Biography
Research Interest :

Induction of phytosterol/-stanol oxidation products in the Egyptian deep fried oils Synthesis of novel lecithin-bound phenolic compounds for functional applications Significance of sterols oxidation and polymerization in thermally-processed Egyptian foods.

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