Tengteng Gao: Plant Physiology First Author

Tengteng Gao, co-first author of “Fruit crops combating drought: physiological responses and regulatory pathways”

Current Position: Post-doctor, College of Horticulture, Northwest A&F University, China

Education: 2012.09–2016.06 Qingdao Agricultural University (B.Sc.); 2016.09–2019.06 Northwest A&F University (M.Sc.); 2019.09–2022.12 Northwest A&F University (doctoral phase)

Non-scientific interests: Traveling, reading, and music

Brief bio: Since the start of postgraduate program in Northwest A&F University, I have been focusing on research related to apple stress biology, especially the regulation of secondary metabolites on apple stress resistance. Results have been published by the first author in Horticulture Research, Environmental and Experimental Botany, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Scientia Horticulturae, and Tree Physiology. In this review, we provide an overview of the effects of drought on the vegetative and reproductive growth of fruits, as well as the physiological and molecular mechanisms of fruit trees’ response to drought, and strategies to improve the drought resistance in fruit crops.






个人简历:自2016年进入西北农林大学攻读研究生以来,一直从事苹果抗逆生理和分子生物学研究,主要研究内容为次生代谢物对苹果抗逆性的调控。近五年来,以第一作者身份在《Horticulture Research》、《Environment and Experimental Botany》、《Plant Physiology and Biochemistry》、《Scientia Horticulturae》和《Tree physiology》上发表SCI论文5篇。在这篇综述中,我们概述了干旱对果树营养生长和生殖生长的影响,以及果树对干旱响应的生理和分子机制,并总结了提高果树抗旱性的策略。