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Name:
Shi Weiming
Education:
Doctor
Positions:
Director of Department of Soil-Plant Nutrition and Fertilizers
Academic title:
professor(nature science)
Postal Code:
210008
Subject categories:
soil-plant nutrition
Mailing Address:
No.71 East Beijing Road, Nanjing, China
E-mail:
wmshi@issas.ac.cn

Resume:
1978-1982:Zhejiang University,Bachelor in Agriculture
1982-1985:Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science, Master of Science.
1985.12-1989.6:Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science. Doctor of Science
1987.4-1987.8:Research student at laboratory of plant nutrition, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tokyo, Japan
1991.10-1993.1:Visiting scientist at lab of plant nutrition, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tokyo, Japan
1993.11-1994.11:Postdoc fellow as Japanese Society for Promotion of Science Fellowship in lab of plant nutrition, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tokyo, Japan
1998.6-1998.12:Senior visiting scientist in Department of Plant Science, University of Arizona, US
1999.1-2002.3:Assistant professor in Nagoya University, Japan supported by BRAIN project

1985.8-1992.2:Research Associate in Department of Soil-Plant Nutritional Chemistry and Fertilizer, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science
1992.2-1996.6:Associate Professor, deputy director of Youth Laboratory, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science.
1996.6-1997.9:Full Professor, deputy director of Youth Laboratory,Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science.
1997.10-1998.3 Full Professor, Ph D supervisor, deputy director of the Laboratory of Material Cycling in Pedosphere, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science.
1998.4-1998.12:Full Professor, Ph D supervisor, executive deputy director of the Laboratory of Material Cycling in Pedosphere,Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science.
2002.4-2002.7:Full Professor, Ph D supervisor, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science.
2002--present.7:Full Professor, Ph D supervisor, Director of Department of Soil-Plant Nutrition and Fertilizers, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Science.
Direction:
plant nutritional genetics and molecular physiology, relations of crop fertilizing and quality of agricultural products and environment pollution
Achievements:
Gain the second prize of Natural Science Awards by Chinese Academy of Science in 1991 (ranking in the second). Gain the Youth Scientist Awards by Chinese Academy of Science in 1993
Article:
Wei-Ming Shi, Jing Yao, Feng Yan. Vegetable cultivation under greenhouse conditions leads to rapid accumulation of nutrients, acidification and salinity of soils and groundwater contamination in South-Eastern China. 2009, Nutr Cycl Agroecosyst, 83:73–84
Akihiro Ueda Weiming Shi Takiko Shimada Hiroshi Miyake Tetsuko Takabe. Altered expression of barley proline transporter causes different growth responses in Arabidopsis. 2008. Planta. 227(2):277-286
Xu, Weifeng; Shi, Weiming; Liu, Feng; Ueda, Akihiro; Takabe, Tetsuko. Enhanced zinc and cadmium tolerance and accumulation in transgenic Arabidopsis plants constitutively overexpressing a barley gene (HvAPX1) that encodes a peroxisomal ascorbate peroxidase. Botany. 2008, 86(6):567-575(9)
Wei-Feng XU Wei-Ming SHI. A “Nonsterile” Method for Selecting and Growing Arabidopsis thaliana Transformants (T2 Transgenic Lines) Resistance to Kanamycin. Plant Mol Biol Rep. 2008, 26:350-357
Zhou XB, Shi WM, Zhang LH. Iron plaque outside roots affects selenite uptake by rice seedlings (Oryza sativa L.) grown in solution culture. 2007, PLANT AND SOIL. 290 (1-2): 17-28
Wei Feng Xu &Wei Ming Shi. Mechanisms of salt tolerance in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana constitutively overexpressing the tomato 14-3-3 protein TFT7. 2007,Plant Soil, 301:17–28
Xu WF, Shi WM. Expression profiling of the 14-3-3 gene family in response to salt stress and potassium and iron deficiencies in young tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) roots: Analysis by real-time RT-PCR. 2006, ANNALS OF BOTANY 98 (5): 965-974
Zhang LH, Shi WM, Wang XC, Zhou XB. Genotypic differences in selenium accumulation in rice seedlings at early growth stage and analysis of dominant factors influencing selenium content in rice seeds. 2006, JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION 29 (9): 1601-1618
Zhang LH, Shi WM, Wang XC. Difference in selenite absorption between high- and low-selenium rice cultivars and its mechanism. 2006, PLANT AND SOIL 282 (1-2): 183-193
Zhao XQ, Shi WM. Expression analysis of the glutamine synthetase and glutamate synthase gene families in young rice (Oryza sativa) seedlings. 2006, PLANT SCIENCE 170 (4): 748-754
Shi Weiming, Wang Xiaochang, Yan Weidong 2004 Distribution patterns of available P and K in rape rhizosphere in relation to genotypic difference. Plant and Soil 261: 11-16
Weiming Shi, Akihiro Ueda, Keiko Ozaki, Mayumi Inada, Aya Takamatsu, Tetsuko Takabe 2002 Analysis of heat-stres responsive genes in Aneurolepidium chinense leaves by differential display. Plant Production Science 5: 229-235
Shi Weiming,Wang Xiaochang,Yan Weidong,Tang Li, An Zhizhuang, He Sijie,Tian Wenzhong, Cao Zhihong 2002 Overexpressing of Potassium Channel Genes in Rice Plants and Its Effect on K Uptake and Accumulation, Acta Agronomic Sinica, 28: 374-378
Weiming Shi, Y Muramoto, A Ueda, T Takabe 2001 Cloning of peoxisomal ascorbate peroxidase gene from barley and enhanced thermotolerance by overexpressing in Arabidopsis thaliana. Gene 273: 23-27
Akihiro Ueda, Weiming Shi, Kazutsuka Sanmiya, Mariko Shono, Tetsuko Takabe 2001 Functional analysis of salt-inducible proline transporter of barley roots. Plant and Cell Physiology 42: 1282-1289
Liu Zhiyu,Li Liangmo, Shi Weiming Edited 1997 《Research Methods in Rhizosphere》,Jiangsu Science and Technology Publishing House.
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