Jingsheng ZHENG

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Jingsheng ZHENG, Ph.D.

Associate Professor.

Tel: +86-592-2181636

E-mail: zheng21006@xmu.edu.cn

Education

1992, B.Sc., FujianCollege of Agriculture;

1998, M.Sc., Fujian Agriculture University;

1999-2000, Research student, Faculty of Agricluture, University of the Ryukyus;

2004, Ph.D, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University.

Professional Experience

2004-2006, Post-doctoral Fellow, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI);

1992-2007, Intern researcher, Assistant researcher and Associate researcher, Rice Research Institute of Fujian Academy of Agricultural Sciences;

2007-Present, Associate professor, School of Life Sciences, Xiamen University.

Research Area

We mainly develop hybrid rice restorer lines (combinations) and conventional rice cultivars with good quality, high-yielding and resistant disease, map and clone rice genes related to important traits, and breed new rice variety using molecular marker-assisted selection.

Selected Publications

1. H Wang, S Qiu, J Zheng, L Jiang, H Huang & Y Huang. Generation of New Rice Cultivars from Matrue Pollen Treated with Gamma-Radiation. Induced Plant Mutations in the Genomics Era. Edited by Q. Y. Shu. Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria. 2009, p231-234

2. Wang wei, Ye Zhiyun, Zheng Jingsheng, Huang Yumin, Huang Rongyu, Wang Houcong, Jiang Liangrong, Mapping QTLs for rice grain shape with QTL×environment interactions and epistatic effects analysis, Acta Botanica Boreali-Occidentalia Sinica, 2010,30(7):1344-1350

3. Fangyu Chen, Liangrong Jiang, Jingsheng Zheng, Rongyu Huang, Houcong Wang, Zonglie Hong, Yumin Huang, Identification of a Co-segregative Protein associated with the Tillering Trait in Rice (Oryza Sativa L.), Plant Omics Journal, 2013, 6(1): 36-45

4. Rongyu Huang, Liangrong Jiang, Jingsheng ZhengTiansheng Wang, Houcong Wang, Yumin Huang, Zonglie Hong, Genetic Bases of Rice Grain Shape: So Many Genes, So Little Known, Trends in Plant Science, 2013, 18: 218-226