Crop Breeding and excellent Germplasm

Research rice, wheat, cotton, canola, corn and other crop yields, quality and resilience important traits such as the inheritance of positioning of QTLs genes, breeding of new technologies and Crop Heterosis use, provide a theoretical basis for crop genetic improvement and new methods. Important to explore plant favorable genes, distant hybridization, physical and chemical mutagenesis techniques, tissue culture, biotechnology and molecular marker-assisted selection and other methods to create excellent germplasm resources to promote genetically modified and other bio-tech applications in breeding. The research areas of two professors.