Name: Guiyan Yang

Country: China

Affiliation:

College of Forestry,
Northwest A & F University.

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Address:

Laboratory of Walnut Research Center,
College of Forestry,
Northwest A & F University,
Yangling 712100,
Shaanxi,
China

Research Interests:

Plant biology, Physiology,  Transgene, tissue culture, biotic and abiotic stress

Biography:

Publications:

  1. W. Zhang, G. Yang, D. Mu, H. Li, D. Zang, H. Xu, X. Zou, and Y. Wang, An Ethylene-responsive Factor BpERF11 Negatively Modulates Salt and Osmotic Tolerance in Betula platyphylla. Scientific reports 6 (2016).
  2. M. Zhai, Y. Sun, C. Jia, S. Peng, Z. Liu, and G. Yang, Over-expression of JrsHSP17.3 gene from Juglans regia confer the tolerance to abnormal temperature and NaCl stresses. Journal of Plant Biology 59 (2016) 549-558.
  3. Yang G., Wang Y., Wang C., Guo Y., Zhao Y., Yang C., Gao C., Overexpression of ThVHAc1 and its potential upstream regulator, ThWRKY7, improved plant tolerance of Cadmium stress. Scientific reports 6 (2016).
  4. G. Yang, W. Zhang, Z. Liu, A.Y. Yi-Maer, M. Zhai, and Z. Xu, JrWRKY2 and JrWRKY7 of Juglans regia mediate responses to abiotic stresses and abscisic acid by formation of homodimers and interaction. Plant Biol 11 (2016) 12524.
  5. G. Yang, Z. Xu, S. Peng, Y. Sun, C. Jia, and M. Zhai, In planta characterization of a tau class glutathione S-transferase gene from Juglans regia (JrGSTTau1) involved in chilling tolerance. Plant cell reports 35 (2016) 681-92.
  6. Z. Xu, Y. Zhao, Y. Ge, J. Peng, M. Dong, and G. Yang, Characterization of a vacuolar H+-ATPase G subunit gene from Juglans regia (JrVHAG1) involved in mannitol-induced osmotic stress tolerance. Plant cell reports (2016) 1-12.
  7. C. Gao, G. Yang, Y. Guo, Y. Zhao, and C. Yang, Overexpression of ThGSTZ1 from Tamarix hispida improves tolerance to exogenous ABA and methyl viologen. Trees (2016) 1-10.
  8. S. Peng, G. Yang, C. Liu, Z. Yu, and M. Zhai, The complete chloroplast genome of the Juglans regia (Juglandales: Julandaceae). Mitochondrial DNA 29 (2015) 1-2.
  9. G. Yang, Y. Wang, K. Zhang, and C. Gao, Expression analysis of nine small heat shock protein genes from Tamarix hispida in response to different abiotic stresses and abscisic acid treatment. Molecular Biology Reports 41 (2014) 1279-1289.
  10. G. Yang, Y. Wang, D. Xia, C. Gao, C. Wang, and C. Yang, Overexpression of a GST gene (ThGSTZ1) from Tamarix hispida improves drought and salinity tolerance by enhancing the ability to scavenge reactive oxygen species. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC) 117 (2014) 99-112.