Dr. De-Jian  Zhang

Dr. De-Jian Zhang

Doctor
Yangtze University, China


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Horticulture and Gardening from Yangtze University, China

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Plant Physiology
62%
Plant Nutrition
90%
Horticulture
75%
Soil Fertility
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Zhang, D.J., L.I.U. Chunyan, Y. Yang, W.U. Qiangsheng and L.I. Yeyun, 2019. Plant root hair growth in response to hormones. Not. Bot. Horti. Agrobo, 47: 278-281.
  2. Zhang, D.J., Y.J. Yang, C.Y. Liu, F. Zhang, W. Hu, S.B. Gong and Q.S. Wu, 2018. Auxin modulates root-hair growth through its signaling pathway in citrus. Sci. Hortic., 236: 73-78.
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  3. Zhang, D.J., Y.J. Yang, C.Y. Liu, F. Zhang and Q.S. Wu, 2018. Root hair growth and development in response to nutrients and phytohormones. In: Root Biology. Soil Biology, Giri, B., R. Prasad, A. Varma. (Eds) Springer, Cham, pp: 65-84.
  4. Shao, Y.D., A.K. Srivastava, Q.S. Wu, D.J. Zhang and H.N. Mu, 2018. Analysis of root mycorrhizal colonization and soil GRSP of Osmanthus fragrans. Curr. Hortic., 6: 15-18.
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  5. Liu, C.Y., F. Zhang and D.J. Zhang, A.K. Srivastava, Q.S. Wu and Z. Ying-Ning, 2018. Mycorrhiza stimulates root-hair growth and IAA synthesis and transport in trifoliate orange under drought stress. Sci. Rep., .
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  6. Zhang, D.J., Y.J. Yang, C.Y. Liu and Q.S. Wu, 2017. Reactive oxygen species signaling and root hair development: Boon or bane-revisiting the role of ros. In: Reactive Oxygen Species in Plants, Singh, V.P., S. Singh, D.K. Tripathi, S.M. Prasad and D.K. Chauhan, (Eds) John Wiley, New Yark, pp: 307-317.
  7. Gong, S.B., W. Hu, Y.J. Yang and D.J. Zhang, 2017. Effects and mechanism of nutrients on root hair growth. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol., 4: 100-107.
  8. Cao, X., R.X. Xia, D.J. Zhang and Y. Zhao, 2017. Study on root growth and root hair morphology of three citrus rootstock varieties under sand culture. South China Fruits, 46: 1-4.
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  9. Zhang, D.J., R.X. Xia and X. Cao, 2016. Effects and mechanism of mineral nutrient and phytohormone on root hair development. J. Plant Nutr. Fertilizer, 22: 802-810.
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  10. Zhang, D., R. Xia and X. Cao, 2016. Ethylene modulates root hair development in trifoliate orange through auxin-signaling pathway. Sci. Hortic., 213: 252-259.
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  11. Zhang, D.J., R.X. Xia and X. Cao, 2015. Root hair development and its genetic basis. Plant Physiol. J., 51: 9-20.
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  12. Cao, X., R.X. Xia, H.Y. Yang, D.J. Zhang and Y. Zhao, 2014. Effects of P,K and Ca deficiency on the root morphology and nutrient absorption of Poncirus trifoliata seedlings. J. Plant Nutr. Fertilizer, 20: 981-988.
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  13. Zhang, D., R. Xia, X. Cao, B. Shu and C. Chen, 2013. Root hair development of Poncirus trifoliata grown in different growth cultures and treated with 3-indolebutyric acid and ethephon. Sci. Hortic., 160: 389-397.
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  14. Wang, P., B. Shu, Y. Wang, D.J. Zhang, J.F. Liu and R.X. Xia, 2013. Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in red tangerine (Citrus reticulata Blanco) rootstock rhizospheric soils from hillside citrus orchards. Pedobiologia, 56: 161-167.
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  15. Cao, X., R.X. Xia, D.J. Zhang and B. Shu, 2013. [Effects nutrients on the seedlings root hair development and root growth of Poncirus trifoliata under hydroponics condition]. Chin. J. Applied Ecol., 24: 1525-1530, (In Chinese).
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  16. Cao, X., C. Chen, D. Zhang, B. Shu, J. Xiao and R. Xia, 2013. Influence of nutrient deficiency on root architecture and root hair morphology of trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata L. Raf.) seedlings under sand culture. Sci. Hortic., 162: 100-105.
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  17. Zhang, D.J., R.X. Xia, X. Cao, P. Wang and B. Shu, 2011. [Effects of growth regulators and growth media on root-hair development of Poncirus trifoliate]. Chin. J. Applied Ecol., 22: 1437-1442, (In Chinese).
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