Zhong-Hua Chen
Zhong-Hua Chen
Professor, ARC Future Fellow, School of Science, Western Sydney University
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Screening plants for salt tolerance by measuring K+ flux: a case study for barley
ZH Chen, I Newman, M Zhou, N Mendham, G Zhang, S Shabala
Plant, Cell & Environment 28 (10), 1230-1246, 2005
Root plasma membrane transporters controlling K+/Na+ homeostasis in salt-stressed barley
ZH Chen, II Pottosin, TA Cuin, AT Fuglsang, M Tester, D Jha, ...
Plant Physiology 145 (4), 1714-1725, 2007
Compatible solute accumulation and stress-mitigating effects in barley genotypes contrasting in their salt tolerance
ZH Chen, TA Cuin, M Zhou, A Twomey, BP Naidu, S Shabala
Journal of Experimental Botany 58 (15-16), 4245-4255, 2007
Energy costs of salt tolerance in crop plants
R Munns, DA Day, W Fricke, M Watt, B Arsova, BJ Barkla, J Bose, CS Byrt, ...
New Phytologist 225 (3), 1072-1090, 2020
Potassium and sodium relations in salinised barley tissues as a basis of differential salt tolerance
ZH Chen, M Zhou, IA Newman, NJ Mendham, G Zhang, S Shabala
Functional Plant Biology 34 (2), 150-162, 2007
Tibet is one of the centers of domestication of cultivated barley
F Dai, E Nevo, D Wu, J Comadran, M Zhou, L Qiu, ZH Chen, A Beiles, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109 (42), 16969-16973, 2012
Molecular and Evolutionary Mechanisms of Cuticular Wax for Plant Drought Tolerance
D Xue, X Zhang, X Lu, G Chen, ZH Chen
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 621, 2017
Tissue metabolic responses to salt stress in wild and cultivated barley
D Wu, S Cai, M Chen, L Ye, ZH Chen, H Zhang, F Dai, F Wu, G Zhang
PLoS One 8 (1), e55431, 2013
Xylem ionic relations and salinity tolerance in barley
S Shabala, S Shabala, TA Cuin, J Pang, W Percey, ZH Chen, S Conn, ...
The Plant Journal 61 (5), 839-853, 2010
Genome-wide transcriptome and functional analysis of two contrasting genotypes reveals key genes for cadmium tolerance in barley
F Cao, H Sun, F Chen, G Zhang, ZH Chen, F Wu
BMC Genomics 15, 611, 2014
Molecular Evolution of Grass Stomata
ZH Chen, G Chen, F Dai, Y Wang, A Hills, YL Ruan, G Zhang, PJ Franks, ...
Trends in Plant Science 22, 124-139, 2017
Evolutionary conservation of ABA signaling for stomatal closure
S Cai, G Chen, Y Wang, Y Huang, B Marchant, Y Wang, Q Yang, F Dai, ...
Plant Physiology 174, 732-747, 2017
A tripartite SNARE-K+ channel complex mediates in channel-dependent K+ nutrition in Arabidopsis
A Honsbein, S Sokolovski, C Grefen, P Campanoni, R Pratelli, ...
The Plant Cell 21 (9), 2859-2877, 2009
OnGuard, a computational platform for quantitative kinetic modeling of guard cell physiology
A Hills, ZH Chen, A Amtmann, MR Blatt, VL Lew
Plant Physiology 159 (3), 1026-1042, 2012
Zinc alleviates growth inhibition and oxidative stress caused by cadmium in rice
MJ Hassan, G Zhang, F Wu, K Wei, ZH Chen
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 168 (2), 255-261, 2005
Systems dynamic modeling of the stomatal guard cell predicts emergent behaviors in transport, signaling, and volume control
ZH Chen, A Hills, U Bätz, A Amtmann, VL Lew, MR Blatt
Plant Physiology 159 (3), 1235-1251, 2012
Reduced tonoplast fast-activating and slow-activating channel activity is essential for conferring salinity tolerance in a facultative halophyte, quinoa
E Bonales-Alatorre, S Shabala, ZH Chen, I Pottosin
Plant Physiology 162 (2), 940-952, 2013
Evolution of Chloroplast Retrograde Signaling Facilitates Green Plant Adaptation to Land
C Zhao, Y Wang, ..., DE Soltis, BJ Pogson, ZH Chen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 116, 5015-5020, 2019
Ionomic responses and correlations between elements and metabolites under salt stress in wild and cultivated barley
D Wu, Q Shen, S Cai, ZH Chen, F Dai, G Zhang
Plant and Cell Physiology 54 (12), 1976-1988, 2013
The trafficking protein SYP121 of Arabidopsis connects programmed stomatal closure and K+ channel activity with vegetative growth
C Eisenach, ZH Chen, C Grefen, MR Blatt
The Plant Journal 69 (2), 241-251, 2012
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