Yan Wang, first author of Plasticity and the role of mass-scaling in allocation, morphology and anatomical trait responses to above and belowground resource limitation in cultivated sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
Current Position: Lecturer, College of Forestry, Shandong Agricultural University, China
Education: BSc, MSc and PhD from Northeast Forestry University. CN, Research scholar in University of Georgia, USA
Non-scientific Interests: plants, badminton
Brief bio: At Northeast Forestry University, I completed my PhD degree in the lab of Dr. Zhengquan Wang, studying the responses of fine roots of woody plant to soil resource heterogeneity, e.g., soil depth and fertilization. At University of Georgia, I did a study in the Sunflower lab of Dr. Lisa, Donovan, worked the responses of whole plant to resource stresses in sunflower. These studies would reveal the possible modifications of plants to the climate changes in the future. Now, I work at Shandong Agriculture University as a lecturer, and I am combining my research on plants (i.e., root and leaf) functional traits and starting my own group.
论文题目：Plasticity and the role of mass-scaling in allocation, morphology and anatomical trait responses to above and belowground resource limitation in cultivated sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)