Recognizing Plant Physiology author Bingli Ding

Bingli Ding, co-first author of Phloem unloading via the apoplastic pathway is essential for shoot distribution of root-synthesized cytokinins

Current Position: Research associate

Education: Master, College of Chemistry and Life Sciences, Zhejiang Normal University

Non-scientific Interests: Reading, Music

Brief bio: From 2014-2017, I studied for a master degree in the research group of Professor Kewei Zhang at Zhejiang Normal University. My research interest was the functional of the cytokinin transporter AtABCG14. Three years of postgraduate training cultivated my strong interest in plant science. From 2017 to 2020, I served as a research assistant at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. My research interest is the functional analysis and application of the BnFUL gene in Brassica napus. From 2021, I am a research associate in the State Key Laboratory of Crop Stress Adaptation and Improvement of Henan University and will start my Ph.D study in this summer.