Jing Shao: Plant Physiology First Author

Jing Shao, co-first author of “The transcription factor PbrbZIP52 positively affects pear pollen tube longevity by promoting callose synthesis” 

Education2006.09-201.06 Jilin Agricultural University (Bachelor)

2010.09-2013.06 Nanjing Agricultural University (Master)

Non-scientific Interests: Volleyball, cooking

Brief bio: In 2010,I received my bachelor degree in Horticulture from Jilin Agricultural University, and then admitted to study for a master degree in Nanjing Agricultural University. Now, I am working as a research assistance in Institute of Pomology, Jilin Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and mainly engage in fruit tree varieties breeding, adversity physiology and molecular mechanism research.

Since to work, I have hosted 2 scientific projects and involved in more than 10 projects as the main participants. As the first author together, I cooperated with Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University

To carry out he research on the reproductive physiological mechanism related to the callus synthase (CalS) mediated cell wall rebuilding to maintain the pollen tube growth and complete double fertilization.


现在职位:吉林省农业科学院果树研究所 助理研究员

教育经历:2006.9-2010.6 吉林农业大学园艺学院  本科

          2010.9-2013.6 南京农业大学园艺学院 硕士