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Lihong Huang

Lihong Huang

Doctoral student

Research Interests:

Botrytis RNAi factors in cross-kingdom RNAi - Argonautes - RDRs

Funding: CSC doctoral fellowship

CV:

Since October 2017 Doctoral student at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich (Germany)

2014-2017             Master in College of Agriculture and Biotechnology at Zhejiang University (ZJU, China) Master thesis at Zhejiang University in the lab of Prof. Dr. Fengming Song: Functional Analysis of Trihelix Transcription Factor Genes in Tomato Disease Resistance Responses

2010-2014             Bachelor in College of Agriculture at Guangxi University (GXU, China)

2014-2013             Thesis: Isolation of active components from Mahonia bealei against three Xanthomonas bacteria

2011-2013             Project: Isolation and purification of active ingredients against three bacterium species in Mahonia Bealei (Fort.) Carr

 

Scholarships and Awards:

2017 CSC-LMU Joint Program Scholarship

2016-2017 Outstanding Graduate Leader Award at Zhejiang University(China)

2016-2017 Award of Honor for Graduate at Zhejiang University(China)

2010-2013 Major Scholarship at Guangxi University(China)

 

Publications:

Ouyang, Z., Liu, S., Huang, L., Hong, Y., Li, X., & Huang, L., et al. (2016). Tomato slerf.a1, slerf.b4, slerf.c3 and slerf.a3, members of b3 group of erf family, are required for resistance to botrytis cinerea. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7(142).

Dai, Y., Cao, Z., Huang, L., Liu, S., Shen, Z., & Wang, Y., et al. (2016). Ccr4-not complex subunit not2 plays critical roles in vegetative growth, conidiation and virulence in watermelon fusarium wilt pathogen fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum: Frontiers in Microbiology, 7(e0147481), 1449.