Address: School of Tea and Food Science, Anhui Agricultural University, West Changjiang Road, Hefei, 230036, Anhui, P. R. China
Professional Title: Professor
Telephone: (86)551 65786982
Fax: (86)551 65786982
Professor Jiang is one of the major founders of the key discipline (tea science), key tea lab, and innovation team and has been elected as a Prestigious Teacher on the provincial level. He mainly specializes in the teaching and research of biotechnology, heredity and breeding. Moreover, the courses of Science of Teaplant Breeding and Molecular Biology and Experimental Technology he teaches have been approved as Classic Courses of Anhui Province. Besides, as chief editor he participated in the compilation of Teaplant Breeding, which is the textbook of both the Tenth Five Plan for the Nationwide Agricultural Universities and the Eleventh Five Plan for Higher Education. Also, he has undertaken over 10 key projects on national, ministerial and provincial levels, exemplified by the Sub-Project of National Technologically-Aiding Plan, National Natural Science Foundation Program, and the Important Special Technology Research Program for the Agricultural Ministry’s Restructuring of Agricultural Sector. In addition, he has published to date over 90 papers on academic journals both home and abroad, extracted and cloned more than 20 important functional complete gene sequences from the tea plants.
Tea Plant Biotechnology and Breeding
Science of Tea Plant Breeding (Undergraduate Course)
Molecular Biology and Experimental Techniques (Graduate Course)
1. The Important Special Technology Research Program for the Agricultural Ministry’s Restructuring of Agricultural Sector (2002-12-02A), “Research into the Crucial Technology for the Selective Breeding of New Types of High-Quality Tea Plants and Their Mass-Breeding in Factory”, 2002-2004, major undertaker.
2. “Modern Agriculture” Special Project of Hi-tech Industrialization Sponsored by the National Development and Reform Commission, “The Hi-Tech Industrialization Demonstration Project of Fast Breeding High-Quality Tea Plants”, 2006-2010.
3. National Sci-Tech Support Plan (2008BADC0B03), “The Integration of Demonstration of the Key Technology for Tea Plants’ Disaster Reduction and Avoidance”, 2008-2010, major undertaker.
4. National Natural Science Foundation Program (30871568), “Cloning and Functional Appraisal of Tea Plants’ Cold Resistance Related Genes”, 2009-2011, major undertaker.
5. The Ministry of Science and Technology’s Special Action Plan for Enriching People and Strengthening County, “The Industrialization Key Technology’s Integration, Demonstration and Dissemination of the Pollution-Free Tea”, 2009-2011.
6. Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education of China, “Study of the Cultivation of the Pesticide-Resistant Tea Plant on the Basis of Micrografting Genetically-Modified breeding” (20103418110001), 2010.
7. Projects in the National Science & Technology Pillar Program during the Twelfth Five-year Plan Period, “Uncovering and Innovation of the Germplasm Resource and the Selective Breeding of High-Quality New Varieties” (2011BAD01B01), 2011-2013, major undertaker.
8. Anhui Soft Science Research Planning Project, “Research on Anhui Tea Industry Technological Innovation Chain”, major undertaker.
1. DNA Cloning and ProkEaryotic Expression of Beta-glucosidase in Tea Plant [[Camellia sinensis (L.) O. kutze]. Chinese Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology. 2005, 2(2):107-111.
2. Purification and Partial Characterization of β-Glucosidase from Fresh Leaves of Tea Plants (Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze). Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica, 2005, 37(6):363-370.
3. Differentially Expression of Tual 1, a Tubulin-encodeing Gene, during Flowering of Tea Plant Camellia Sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze Using cDNA Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Technique. Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica, 2006, 38(9):653-662.
4. Cloning and two cDNA encoding a family of ATP Sulfurylase from Camellia sinensis related to Selenium or Sulfur metabolism and Functional Expression in Escherichia coli. Plant Physiology et Biochemistry, 2008, 46 (8):731-738.
5. Cloning and Expression of Selenocysteine Methyltransferase cDNA from Camellia sinensis.Acta Physiol Plant, 2008, 30:167~174.
6. Transcriptional profiling by cDNA-AFLP and its modified cDNA-AFLP technique reveals gene expression of tea (Camellia sinensis) during flower bud development stage. Acta Laser Biology Sinica，2008，17(6):733-738.
7. Cloning and Sequence of a Full-Length cDNA Encoding the RuBPCase Small Subunit (RbcS) in Tea (Camellia sinensis). Agricultural Sciences in China, 2009, 8(2): 161-166.
8. Science of Breeding the Tea Plant edited by the Teaching Advisory Committee of National Agricultural Universities as the Tenth Five-Year Planning the Teaching Material (Chief Editor) Chinese Agricultural Press, 2005.