I, as a visiting scholar from China, have been working or studying in
USA for over two years. Now I am posting this message for
application of graduate assistantship in plant genetics and molecular
biology. I am perticularly interested in the tissue culture, gene
cloning, DNA marker and plant transformation, but not limit of these,
every research field related to plant genetics or molecular biology is
OK for me. any country is OK for me also. Please look at my CV
and academic transcripts in the following.
Name: Yongzhong Li ( Male )
Date of birth: March 16, 1959
Company: Maize Research Institute, Jilin Academy of agricultural Sciences
Address: No. 6, Xixinghua Street, Gongzhuling, Jilin Province, 136100
P. R. China
Present Position: Visiting Scholar
Company: Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, The
Ohio State University
Address: 202 Kottman Hall, 2021 Coffey Road, Columbus,
OH 43210, USA
E-mail: yonli001 at postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu
1982 -- 1985. MS in Agronomy. Department of Agronomy, Jilin
Agricultural University. Changchun, Jilin province,
China. Majored in crop breeding and genetics.
Thesis title: Cluster Analysis on Some Of Maine Soybean
Parents Sowing In Northeast Of China
1978 -- 1982 BS in Agronomy. Department of Agronomy,
Jilin Agricultural University. Changchun, Jilin
1994.6 -- present, Visiting scholar,
1). 1995.4 -- present: Department Of Horticulture And Crop
Science, The Ohio State University
I have worked on soybean quantitative genetics. I used JMML
program to analyze american soybean genetic improvement
in the past thirty years among the data of Uniform Test.
I am currently working a). In Situ PCR, To determine the
chromosome locations of corn 17S rRNA gene and Pox gene
as well as some of SSR genes; b). Root morphological
differences between the soybean varieties with good flooding
resistance and those with bad flooding resistance after
different flooding treats
2). 1994.6 -- 1995.4, Department Of Agronomy, Kansas State
Studied tissue culture and plant transformation and worked
on sorhgum cytogentics for chromosome aberration after
different treatments of different herbicides.
1992 -- 1994.6, Associate professor, Maize Research Institute, Jilin
Academy Of Agricultural Sciences (JAAS). Jilin province, China.
1987 -- 1991, Assistant professor, Maize Research Institute, JAAS.
Jilin province, China.
1985 -- 1986, Research assistant, Soybean Research Institute,
JAAS, Jilin province, China.
a). 1990 -- 1994, Charged of " Development Of The New
Corn Hybrids With High Yield, Resistance
Population Density And Diseases Sowing In
b), 1994, Charged Of " Development Of New Corn Hybrids
Yielding Over 750 kg/mu" .
c), 1990 -- 1994, Took part in " Development Of New
Corn Hybrids With High Yield, Resistance To
Diseases And Good Quality ". - National
d), 1987 -- 1990, Successfully completed " Development
Of Silage Maize Hybrids ". " Jiqing 7 "
Jiqing 6 " had been released by the
Silage Variety Release Committee and
planted by farmers.
e). 1985 -- 1987, Took part in " Research On Soybean Male
Sterile With Nuclear-cytoplasmic
Reaction ". The
first invention award was got from the
Jilin province. The research result has
advanced level in the world at present.
f). 1991, Studied on corn breeding and production in
Germany for three months ( from July to
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP
China Societyu of Crop Science
China Seed Association
In Situ PCR, PCR, RAPD, experiences on plant cytogenetics and
some on gene cloning and tissue culture , very good experience
in plant breeding and genetics, familiar with some of other
methods on melecular biology as well as different data and word
1. Yongzhong Li, 1986, A theoretical research on cluster analysis and its
application in plant breeding. Jilin Agricultural Science, No. 2 .
2. Yongzhong Li, 1987, Correlation and path-coefficient analysis of oil and
its components in soybean. Soybean Science, No. 3 .
3. Yongzhong Li, 1987, A cluster analysis on some of main soybean parents
sowing in northeast of China. Hereditas, No. 3 .
4. Yongzhong Li, 1988, A correlation, stepwise regression and
path-coefficient analysis on some of main soybean varieties
sowing in northeast of China. Soybean Science, No. 1 .
5. Yongzhong Li, Huazhang Zhang, et. al. , 1990, An analysis of combining
ability and genetics potentiality on fine maize inbred lines in
China. Jilin Agricultural Sciences, No. 1 .
6. Yongzhong Li, Weidong Li, et. al. , 1990, A summary of researches on
maize root and stalk. Agronomy Abroad, No. 1 .
7. Xinger Liu, Yongzhong Li, et. al. , 1990, An analysis of combining
ability on main quantitative characteristics of ten corn inbred lines.
Jilin Agricultural Sciences, No. 2 .
8. Yongzhong Li, 1991, A correlation, stepwise regression and
path-coefficient analysis on grain yield and its components in maize
hybrids. Jilin Agricultural Sciences, No. 1 .
1). BS degree courses ( ( course ( exam grade ) ):
Advanced Mathematics ( 5 ) Botany ( 5 )
Philosophy ( 5 ) English ( 5)
Physics ( 5 ) Inorganic Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry ( 5 )
Organic Chemistry ( 5 ) Agro-meteorology ( 5 )
Microbiology ( 5 ) Economics ( 5 )
Biochemistry and Physiology ( 5 ) Soil Science ( 5 )
Agro-entimology ( 4 ) CPC History ( 5 )
Agro-pathology ( 5 ) Genetics ( 4 )
Agricultural Machinary ( 5 ) Biostatistics and Field Experiment ( 4 )
Farming Science ( 5 ) Fertilizer Science ( 5 )
Crop Breeding Science ( 5 ) Crop Cultivation Science ( 5 )
Agro-economics ( 5 ) Graduation Thesis ( 5 )
Graduation Practice ( 5 ) Quantitative Genetics ( 5 )
Seed Science ( 5 ) Application of Modern Physics in Agriculture
( 5 )
Additional Genetics ( 5 ) Additional Farming Science ( 5 )
** 5 -- excellant; 4 -- good; 3 -- fair; 2 -- fail
2). MS courses ( ( course ( exam grade ) )
Plant Biochemistry ( 92 ) Molecular Genetics ( 95 )
Cytogenetics ( 91 ) Biological Microtechnique ( 98 )
Advanced Breeding Science ( 90 )
Special Subject on Crop Genetic Breeding ( 80 )
Quantitative Genetics ( 99 ) English
( 92 )
Probability and Mathematic Statistics ( 98 ) Linear Algebra (
Instrument Analysis ( 92 ) Natural Dialectics ( 85 )
Graduate Seminar ( 90 )
** Highest mark is 100. The mark less than 60 means failing
Thank you very much for your attention,