Li-Song Chen mainly investigates Botany, Antioxidant, Chlorophyll, Horticulture and Glutathione. His study in the field of RuBisCO is also linked to topics like Soil pH. His RuBisCO research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Superoxide dismutase, Photosystem I and Shoot.
Li-Song Chen combines subjects such as Photosynthesis and Food science with his study of Antioxidant. His work deals with themes such as Photoinhibition, Xanthophyll and Photochemistry, which intersect with Chlorophyll. Li-Song Chen has included themes like Stomatal conductance, Plant physiology, Eriobotrya, Malate dehydrogenase and Malic acid in his Horticulture study.
Li-Song Chen mostly deals with Botany, Photosynthesis, Horticulture, Biochemistry and Chlorophyll. His Botany study deals with Gene intersecting with Cell biology. The concepts of his Photosynthesis study are interwoven with issues in Malondialdehyde, Chlorosis, Carbohydrate, Chlorophyll a and Seedling.
His biological study deals with issues like Glutathione, which deal with fields such as Methylglyoxal and Catalase. His Chlorophyll study incorporates themes from Antioxidant, Photoinhibition, Photosystem I, Photosystem II and Xanthophyll. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Photochemistry and Chlorophyll fluorescence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Horticulture, Photosynthesis, Reactive oxygen species, Shoot and Biochemistry. His Horticulture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Growth inhibition and Plant physiology. Li-Song Chen interconnects Thylakoid, Seedling and Chlorophyll a in the investigation of issues within Photosynthesis.
His study looks at the relationship between Reactive oxygen species and topics such as Methylglyoxal, which overlap with Malondialdehyde and Glutathione. His Chlorophyll study combines topics in areas such as Photoinhibition, Carotenoid and Electron transfer. His work on APX as part of general Antioxidant research is often related to Glutathione reductase, thus linking different fields of science.
His primary areas of study are Horticulture, Photosynthesis, Chlorophyll a, Illumina dye sequencing and Thylakoid. Li-Song Chen does research in Horticulture, focusing on Chlorophyll specifically. The various areas that Li-Song Chen examines in his Chlorophyll a study include Electron transport chain, Plastoquinone, Dry weight, Growth inhibition and Photosystem II.
Illumina dye sequencing overlaps with fields such as Cell biology, Gene, Transcription Factor Gene, MicroRNA sequencing and Lateral root formation in his research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chlorosis, Fibrous root system, Shoot and Seedling in addition to Thylakoid.
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Aluminum-induced effects on Photosystem II photochemistry in citrus leaves assessed by the chlorophyll a fluorescence transient.
Huan-Xin Jiang;Li-Song Chen;Jin-Gui Zheng;Shuang Han.
Tree Physiology (2008)
Boron deficiency decreases growth and photosynthesis, and increases starch and hexoses in leaves of citrus seedlings.
Shuang Han;Li-Song Chen;Huan-Xin Jiang;Brandon R. Smith.
Journal of Plant Physiology (2008)
CO2 assimilation, photosystem II photochemistry, carbohydrate metabolism and antioxidant system of citrus leaves in response to boron stress
Shuang Han;Ning Tang;Huan-Xin Jiang;Lin-Tong Yang.
Plant Science (2009)
iTRAQ protein profile analysis of Citrus sinensis roots in response to long-term boron-deficiency.
Lin-Tong Yang;Yi-Ping Qi;Yi-Bin Lu;Peng Guo.
Journal of Proteomics (2013)
Developmental changes in pulp organic acid concentration and activities of acid-metabolising enzymes during the fruit development of two loquat (Eriobotrya japonica Lindl.) cultivars differing in fruit acidity
Fa-Xing Chen;Xing-Hui Liu;Li-Song Chen.
Food Chemistry (2009)
Effects of manganese-excess on CO2 assimilation, ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase, carbohydrates and photosynthetic electron transport of leaves, and antioxidant systems of leaves and roots in Citrus grandis seedlings.
Qing Li;Li-Song Chen;Huan-Xin Jiang;Ning Tang.
BMC Plant Biology (2010)
Effects of high temperature coupled with high light on the balance between photooxidation and photoprotection in the sun-exposed peel of apple
Li-Song Chen;Li-Song Chen;Pengmin Li;Lailiang Cheng.
CO2 assimilation, ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase, carbohydrates and photosynthetic electron transport probed by the JIP-test, of tea leaves in response to phosphorus supply
Zheng-He Lin;Li-Song Chen;Rong-Bing Chen;Fang-Zhou Zhang.
BMC Plant Biology (2009)
Effects of aluminum on light energy utilization and photoprotective systems in citrus leaves.
Li-Song Chen;Yi-Ping Qi;Xing-Hui Liu.
Annals of Botany (2005)
Physiological impacts of magnesium-deficiency in Citrus seedlings: photosynthesis, antioxidant system and carbohydrates
Gang-Hua Yang;Lin-Tong Yang;Huan-Xin Jiang;Yan Li.
Trees-structure and Function (2012)
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