Dr. Li Huang received her doctorate in Plant Pathology from Kansas State University, where shortly afterwards, she also completed her post-doctoral studies. She has held several tenured positions as a visiting researcher and as a professor at both Weizmann Institute of Science an More...
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Zhang, H., Qiu, Y., Yuan, C., Chen, X., Huang, L. (2018). Fine-tuning of PR genes in wheat responding to different Puccinia rust species. Journal of Plant Physiology and Pathology, 6(2).
Huang L. (2017). BSMV-Induced Gene Silencing Assay for Functional Analysis of Wheat Rust Resistance. Wheat Rust Diseases. Methods in Molecular Biology, 1659.
Wang, X., Wang, Y., Liu, P., Ding, Y., Mu, X., Liu, X., Wang, X., Zhao, M., Huai, B., Huang, L., Kang, Z. (2017). TaRar1 is involved in wheat defense against stripe rust pathogen mediated by YrSu. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8(156).
Zhang, H., Wang, X., Giroux, M.J., Huang, L. (2016). A wheat COP9 subunit 5-like gene is negatively involved in host response to leaf rust. Molecular Plant Pathology, 18(1).
Talajoor, M., Jin, Y., Wan, A., Chen, X., Bhavani, S., Tabe, L., Lagudah, E., Huang, L. (2015). Specificity of a rust resistance suppressor on 7DL in the spring wheat cultivar Canthatch. Phytopathology, 105(4).
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