Zhong-Hua Chen mainly investigates Botany, Salinity, Hordeum vulgare, Photosynthesis and Sodium. His study on Hordeum and Plant physiology is often connected to Ultradian rhythm and Context as part of broader study in Botany. He works mostly in the field of Salinity, limiting it down to concerns involving Cultivar and, occasionally, Chlorophyll, Poaceae and Chlorophyll fluorescence.
His Hordeum vulgare research incorporates elements of Germination and Fern. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biophysics, Stomatal conductance, Savia, Osmosis and Xylem. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Genetic variation and Horticulture.
Zhong-Hua Chen spends much of his time researching Botany, Salinity, Cell biology, Guard cell and Arabidopsis. His Botany research focuses on subjects like Genetic diversity, which are linked to Genome. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agronomy, Cultivar, Shoot and Hordeum vulgare in addition to Salinity.
His Agronomy research includes elements of Quantitative trait locus and Horticulture. The concepts of his Hordeum vulgare study are interwoven with issues in Genetics and Sodium. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Transporter, Abscisic acid and Drought tolerance.
His primary areas of study are Cell biology, Salinity, Drought tolerance, Guard cell and Photosynthesis. His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like Wild type, Efflux, Transporter and Transcriptome. Zhong-Hua Chen has included themes like Abiotic component, Oryza sativa, Agronomy and Horticulture in his Salinity study.
Zhong-Hua Chen interconnects Cell wall modification, Chloroplast, Abscisic acid and Water-use efficiency in the investigation of issues within Guard cell. His Photosynthesis study incorporates themes from Membrane transport, Environmental engineering, Cadmium and Ion transporter. His work in Stomatal conductance addresses subjects such as Hordeum, which are connected to disciplines such as Sodium.
Cell biology, Salinity, Efflux, Abscisic acid and Context are his primary areas of study. He has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Wild type, Transcriptome, Transporter and Drought tolerance. His work focuses on many connections between Wild type and other disciplines, such as Protein kinase B, that overlap with his field of interest in Homeostasis and Cultivar.
His research integrates issues of Oryza sativa, Shoot, Horticulture and Crop in his study of Salinity. His Shoot research integrates issues from Arabidopsis, Mutant and Calcium signaling. His research in Abscisic acid intersects with topics in Viridiplantae, Guard cell, Ceratopteris richardii, Chloroplast and Retrograde signaling.
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Linking stomatal traits and expression of slow anion channel genes HvSLAH1 and HvSLAC1 with grain yield for increasing salinity tolerance in barley
Xiaohui Liu;Xiaohui Liu;Michelle Mak;Mohammad Babla;Feifei Wang.
Frontiers in Plant Science (2014)
Root plasma membrane transporters controlling K+/Na+ homeostasis in salt-stressed barley.
Zhonghua Chen;Igor I. Pottosin;Tracey A. Cuin;Anja T. Fuglsang.
Plant Physiology (2007)
Screening plants for salt tolerance by measuring K+ flux: a case study for barley
Z Chen;IA Newman;M Zhou;NJ Mendham.
Plant Cell and Environment (2005)
Compatible solute accumulation and stress-mitigating effects in barley genotypes contrasting in their salt tolerance
Zhonghua Chen;Tracey A. Cuin;Meixue Zhou;Amanda Twomey.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2007)
Potassium and sodium relations in salinised barley tissues as a basis of differential salt tolerance
Zhonghua Chen;Meixue Zhou;Ian A Newman;Neville J Mendham.
Functional Plant Biology (2007)
Tibet is one of the centers of domestication of cultivated barley
Fei Dai;Eviatar Nevo;Dezhi Wu;Jordi Comadran.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Xylem ionic relations and salinity tolerance in barley.
Sergey Shabala;Svetlana Shabala;Tracey A. Cuin;Jiayin Pang.
Plant Journal (2010)
Tissue Metabolic Responses to Salt Stress in Wild and Cultivated Barley
Dezhi Wu;Shengguan Cai;Mingxian Chen;Lingzhen Ye.
PLOS ONE (2013)
A Tripartite SNARE-K+ Channel Complex Mediates in Channel-Dependent K+ Nutrition in Arabidopsis
Annegret Honsbein;Sergei Sokolovski;Christopher Grefen;Prisca Campanoni.
The Plant Cell (2009)
Reduced Tonoplast Fast-Activating and Slow-Activating Channel Activity Is Essential for Conferring Salinity Tolerance in a Facultative Halophyte, Quinoa
Edgar Bonales-Alatorre;Sergey Shabala;Zhong-Hua Chen;Igor Pottosin;Igor Pottosin.
Plant Physiology (2013)
Plant Growth Regulation
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