Li Cuiying 

  I. General Information

  Li Cuiying, Ph.D.

  Associate Professor

  College of Horticulture, Northwest A&F University

  Education:

   Ph.D.  2008 Pomology, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, China.

   M.S.  2001 Pomology, Sichuan Agricultural University, Ya’an, China.

  ? B.S.  1998 Pomology, Sichuan Agricultural University, Ya’an, China.

  II. Research Interests

  Fruit tree physiology and ecology, Fruit tree breeding.

  III. Courses Taught

  Undergraduates: Introduction to Horticulture, Cultivation of evergreen fruit trees.

  IV. Academic Achievements

   2013, Chinese agricultural science prize, the first prize, Ministry of agriculture of China, 14th.

    2014, Apple cultivar“Pinuowa”, Committee of fruit trees cultivar approval of Shaanxi, 1st breeder.

  2014, Apple cultivar“Meiwei”, Committee of fruit trees cultivar approval of Shaanxi, 5th breeder.

  V. Publications

  [1] Bai Tuanhui, Li Cuiying, Li Chao, Liang Dong, Ma Fengwang*. Contrasting hypoxia tolerance and adaptation in Malus species is linked to differences in stomatal behavior and photosynthesis. Physiologia Plantarum. 2013, 147(4): 514-523.

  [2] Li Cuiying, Ye Xinhua, Huang Weili. Effects of tea polyphenol on the activities of primary antioxidant enzymes in apricot fruits during storage. Journal of Southwest University (Natural Science Edition), 2012, 34(8): 25-29.

  [3] Bai Tuanhui, Yin Rong, Li Cuiying, Ma Fengwang*, Yue Zhiyong, Shu Huairui. Comparative analysis of endogenous hormones in leaves and roots of two contrasting Malus species in response to hypoxia stress. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 2011, 30: 119-127.

  [4] Li Cuiying, Ye Xinhua, Huang Weili. Changes of superoxide anion radical generation and malonaldehyde content in apricot fruits after tea polyphenol treatment during storage. Northern Horticulture, 2011, (24): 196-198.

  [5] Li Cuiying, Bai Tuanhui, Ma Fengwang*, Han Mingyu. Hypoxia tolerance and adaptation of anaerobic respiration to hypoxia stress in two Malus species. Scientia Horticulturae, 2010,124: 274-279.

  [6] Bai Tuanhui, Li Cuiying, Ma Fengwang, Feng Fengjuan*, Shu Huairui. Responses of growth and antioxidant system to root-zone hypoxia stress in two Malus species. Plant Soil, 2010, 327: 95-105. (Co-first author)

  [7] Ma Xiaowei, Ma Fengwang*, Li Cuiying, Mi Yinfa, Bai Tuanhui, Shu Huairui. Biomass accumulation, allocation, and water-use efficiency in 10 Malus rootstocks under two watering regimes. Agroforest Syst, 2010, 80: 283-294.

  [8] Bai Tuanhui, Li Cuiying, Ma Fengwang*, Shu Huairui, Han Mingyu. Exogenous salicylic acid alleviates growth inhibition and oxidative stress induced by hypoxia stress in Malus robusta Rehd. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 2009, 28: 358-366. (Co-first author)

  [9] Li Cuiying, Ma Fengwang*, Bai Tuanhui, Shu Huairui, Han Mingyu, Wang Kun. Effects of hypoxia stress on growth and physiological characteristics in apple rootstock seedlings. Acta Botanica Boreali-Occidentalia Sinica, 2008, 28(5): 1001-1006.

  [10] Li Cuiying, Ma Fengwang*, Bai Tuanhui, Shu Huairui, Han Mingyu, Wang Kun. Membrane-lipid peroxidation and anti-oxidative mechanism in roots of apple stocks under hypoxia sStress. Chinese Journal of Applied and Environmental Biology, 2008, 14(4): 460-465.

  [11] Bai Tuanhui, Ma Fengwang*, Li Cuiying, Shu Huairui, Han Mingyu. Effects of salicylic acid on reactive oxygen species metabolism in Malus robusta Rehd. under root-zone hypox ia stress. Acta Horticulturae Sinica, 2008, 35 (2): 163-168.

  [12] Bai Tuanhui, Ma Fengwang*, Li Cuiying, Shu Huairui, Han Mingyu, Wang kun. Physiological responses and analysis of tolerance of apple rootstocks to root-zone hypoxia stress. Scientia Agricultura Sinica, 2008, 41(12): 4140-4148.

  VI. Contact Information

  Address: College of Horticulture, No.3 Taicheng Road, Yangling, Shaanxi, China

  Zip code: 712100

  E-Mail: lcy1262@sina.com lcy1262@nwsuaf.edu.cn