His main research concerns Oryza sativa, Botany, Oryza, Gene flow and Genetics. His Oryza sativa research integrates issues from Transgene, Agronomy, Germination and Genetically modified rice. His Botany research incorporates elements of RAPD, Genetic diversity and Oryza rufipogon.
Bao-Rong Lu interconnects Gene pool and Horticulture in the investigation of issues within Oryza. His research investigates the connection with Gene flow and areas like Crop which intersect with concerns in Field experiment. The concepts of his Introgression study are interwoven with issues in Evolutionary biology, Domestication and Allele.
Bao-Rong Lu focuses on Botany, Genetics, Oryza sativa, Agronomy and Hybrid. His Botany research includes themes of Oryza and Genetic diversity. His work carried out in the field of Oryza sativa brings together such families of science as Genetically modified crops, Transgene, Genetically modified rice and Gene flow.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Outcrossing, Oryza rufipogon and Introgression in addition to Gene flow. His studies in Agronomy integrate themes in fields like Japonica, Biotechnology and Weedy rice. In his study, Secale is inextricably linked to Meiosis, which falls within the broad field of Hybrid.
Bao-Rong Lu spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Weedy rice, Oryza sativa, Transgene and Botany. His research in Weedy rice intersects with topics in Ecology, Weed and Introgression. The concepts of his Introgression study are interwoven with issues in Evolutionary biology and Genetic diversity.
His study in Oryza sativa is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Genetically modified crops, Genetically modified rice, Japonica and Betaine. His work deals with themes such as Biological evolution, Genetic Fitness, Comparative genomic analysis, Genome size and Oryza rufipogon, which intersect with Botany. In his research on the topic of Gene flow, Poaceae is strongly related with Oryza.
His primary scientific interests are in Oryza sativa, Weedy rice, Agronomy, Introgression and Botany. His research in Oryza sativa focuses on subjects like Transgene, which are connected to Betaine. His Weedy rice study also includes fields such as
His Agronomy research integrates issues from Genetically modified crops and Biosafety. As a part of the same scientific family, Bao-Rong Lu mostly works in the field of Introgression, focusing on Crop and, on occasion, Evolutionary biology and Allele. Bao-Rong Lu has researched Botany in several fields, including Biological evolution, Oryza, Comparative genomic analysis and Genome size.
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Control of rice grain-filling and yield by a gene with a potential signature of domestication
Ertao Wang;Jianjun Wang;Xudong Zhu;Wei Hao.
Nature Genetics (2008)
Phylogeny of rice genomes with emphasis on origins of allotetraploid species
Song Ge;Tao Sang;Bao-Rong Lu;De-Yuan Hong.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
Gene Flow from Cultivated Rice (Oryza sativa) to its Weedy and Wild Relatives
Li Juan Chen;Dong Sun Lee;Zhi Ping Song;Hak Soo Suh.
Annals of Botany (2004)
Gene Flow from Genetically Modified Rice and Its Environmental Consequences
Bao-Rong Lu;Allison A. Snow.
Draft genome of the kiwifruit Actinidia chinensis
Shengxiong Huang;Shengxiong Huang;Jian Ding;Dejing Deng;Wei Tang.
Nature Communications (2013)
The evolving story of rice evolution
Duncan A. Vaughan;Bao-Rong Lu;Norihiko Tomooka.
Plant Science (2008)
Phenotypic plasticity rather than locally adapted ecotypes allows the invasive alligator weed to colonize a wide range of habitats.
Yu-Peng Geng;Xiao-Yun Pan;Cheng-Yuan Xu;Wen-Ju Zhang.
Biological Invasions (2007)
Gene flow from cultivated rice to the wild species Oryza rufipogon under experimental field conditions
Zhi Ping Song;Zhi Ping Song;Bao‐Rong Lu;Ying Guo Zhu;Jia Kuan Chen.
New Phytologist (2003)
Genetic Diversity and Origin of Weedy Rice (Oryza sativa f. spontanea) Populations Found in North-eastern China Revealed by Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) Markers
Qianjin Cao;Bao-Rong Lu;Hui Xia;Jun Rong.
Annals of Botany (2006)
Genetic diversity in the northernmost Oryza rufipogon populations estimated by SSR markers.
Z. P. Song;X. Xu;B. Wang;J. K. Chen.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2003)
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