• The University of Western Australia (M082), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Personal profile


I was born in China. I achieved my PhD degree at University of Tasmania in 2006 and joined School of Plant Biology as a Research Associate in 2007. My main research has been focused on plant abiotic stress and plant nutrition.

Funding overview

'Hydraulic Redistribution in Novel Perennial Herbaceous Deep-rooted Pasture Legumes and its Significance in Nutrient Acquisition', UWA Research Development Award Scheme, 2008.

Current projects

Genomic Approaches for Stress Tolerant Chickpea


Australian native and exotic perennial legumes
Plant nutrition
ion transporters
drought stress
hydraulic redistribution

grain legumes

phosphorus-use efficiency


Suzhou dialect

Education/Academic qualification

Plant Physiology, PhD, University of Tasmania

Award Date: 19 Dec 2006

Industry keywords

  • Agriculture and Food

Research expertise keywords

  • Plant nutrition and soil fertility
  • Phosphorus-use efficiency
  • Drought resistance
  • Water and nutrient use
  • Grains Research
  • Pasture legumes
  • chickpea
  • Wheat


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