Weiming Shi Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2 protocols

Li Sun Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
1 protocol
Agnieszka Zienkiewicz Nicolaus Copernicus University
22 protocols

Yufang Lu
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2014

Current position

Assistant Professor, Department of Soil-Plant and Fertilizer Sciences, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences


  1. Lu, Y., Zhou, Y., Nakai, S., Hosomi, M., Zhang, H., Kronzucker, H. J. and Shi, W. (2014). Stimulation of nitrogen removal in the rhizosphere of aquatic duckweed by root exudate components. Planta 239(3): 591-603.
  2. Jiang, J., Lu, Y., Li, J., Li, L., He, X., Shao, H. and Dong, Y. (2014). Effect of seed treatment by cold plasma on the resistance of tomato to Ralstonia solanacearum (Bacterial Wilt). PLoS One 9(5): e97753.
  3. Ying-ru, Z., Yu-fang, L., Hai-lin, Z. and Wei-ming, S. (2013). Aerobic denitrifying characteristics of duckweed rhizosphere bacterium RWX31. Afr J Microbiol Res 7(3): 211-219.
1 Protocol published
Collection of Root Exudate from Duckweed
Authors:  Yufang Lu, Li Sun and Weiming Shi, date: 01/05/2015, view: 11841, Q&A: 0
Root exudates play an important role in rhizosphere interactions between plants and microorganisms. However, collection of chemicals from plant root system is difficult due to their low concentrations and high level of contaminants in growth media. ...
2 Protocols reviewed
High-throughput Method for Detecting Siderophore Production by Rhizosphere Bacteria
Authors:  ShaoHua Gu, Wen Wan, ZhengYing Shao and Wei Zhong, date: 05/05/2021, view: 386, Q&A: 0

Siderophores, a key substance that microorganisms produce to obtain iron under iron-limited conditions, play an important role in regulating interactions between beneficial bacteria and pathogenic bacteria. A large number of bacteria were isolated

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Analysis of Monosaccharides from Arabidopsis Seed Mucilage and Whole Seeds Using HPAEC-PAD
Authors:  Gillian H. Dean, Kresimir Sola, Faride Unda, Shawn D. Mansfield and George W. Haughn, date: 12/20/2019, view: 2668, Q&A: 0
Arabidopsis seed coat epidermal cells deposit a significant quantity of mucilage, composed of the cell wall components pectin, hemicellulose, and cellulose, into the apoplast during development. When mature seeds are hydrated, mucilage ...
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