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Tai Wang
Pollen and Seed Development     Professor
1988-Present, Institute of Botany, the Chinese Academy of Science. 1997, PhD Institute of Botany, CAS. 1993-1994, UNESCO Fellow, Tokyo University. 1997-1998, STA Fellow, Japan Atomic Research Institute. Professor of Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Senior scientist of National Centre for Plant Gene Research (Beijing). Asia Coordinator of International Plant Proteomics Organization.
  • Research Topics
  • Lab Members
  • Tai Wang

  • Zizhang Wang

    Associate Professor
  • Lingtong Liu

    Research Associate
  • Chunyan Gong

  • Bingtang Chen

  • Chenshan Xu

  • Yanli Wang

    PhD student
  • Yunyun Song

    PhD student
  • Yuxia Liu

    PhD student
  • Zhikai Chang

    PhD student
  • Yiming Wang

    PhD student
  • Gege Ge

    PhD student

  • Yixuan Feng

    PhD student

  • Tengwei Yu

    MSc student

  • Lin Han

    MSc student

  • Qiuqin Huang

    MSc student

  • Pei Zhao

    MSc student

  • Deng ZY#, Liu YX#, Gong CY, Chen BT, Wang T*. 2022. Waxy is an important factor for grain fissure resistance and head rice yield as revealed by a genome-wide association study. Journal of Experimental Botany, [more]
  • Song YY, Tang YY, Liu LT, Xu YY, Wang T*. The methyl-CpG-binding domain family member PEM1 isessential for Ubisch body formation and pollen exinedevelopment in rice. Plant Journal, 
  • Liu LT*, Wang T*. 2021. Male gametophyte development in flowering plants: A story of quarantine and sacrifice. Journal of Plant Physiology, 258: 153365 [more]
  • Lu YL, Song YY, Liu LT*, Wang T*. 2020. DNA methylation dynamics of sperm cell lineage development in tomato.Plant Journal, 105: 565-579[more]
  • Yang F, Liu LT, Wang T*. 2020. Pollen germination is impaired by disruption of a Shaker K+ channel OsAKT1.2 in rice. Journal of Plant Physiology, 248:153140 [more]
  • Yu B, Liu LT, Wang T*. 2019. Deficiency of very long chain alkanes biosynthesis causes humidity‐sensitive male sterility via affecting pollen adhesion and hydration in rice. Plant Cell and Environment, 42: 3340-3354[more]
  • Liu LT, Lu YL, Wei LQ, Yu H, Cao YH, Li Y, Yang N, Song YY, Liang CZ*, Wang T*. 2018. Transcriptomics analyses reveal the molecular roadmap and long non-coding RNA landscape of sperm cell lineage development. Plant Journal, 96: 421-437[more]
  • Han B, Yang N, Pu H, Wang T*. 2018. Quantitative proteomics and cytology of rice pollen sterol-rich membrane domains reveals pre-established cell polarity cues in mature pollen. Journal of Proteome Research, 17: 1532-1546
  • Yang N, Han B, Liu LT, Yang H, Wang T*. 2017. Plasma membrane preparation from Lilium davidii and Oryza sativamature and germinated pollen. Bio-protocol,  7: e2297[more]
  • Yang N, Han B, Wang T*. 2017. Protein isolation from plasma membrane, digestion and processing for strong cation exchange fractionation. Bio-protocol, 7: e2298[more]
  • Yang N, Wang T*. 2017. Comparative proteomic analysis reveals a dynamic pollen plasma membrane protein map and the membrane landscape of receptor like kinases and transporters important for pollen tube growth and interaction with pistils in rice. BMC Plant Biology, doi:10.1186/s12870-016-0961-7[more]
  • Liu LT, Zheng CH, Kuang BJ, Wei LQ, Yan LF, Wang T*. 2016. Receptor-Like kinase RUPO interacts with potassium transporters to regulate pollen tube growth and integrity in rice. PLoS Genetics, 12: e1006085[more]
  • Yu HT, Wang T*. 2016. Proteomic dissection of endosperm starch granule associated proteins reveals a network coordinating starch biosynthesis and amino acid metabolism and glycolysis in rice endosperms. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7:707[more]
  • Li Q, Deng ZY, Gong CY, Wang T*. 2016. The rice eukaryotic translation initiation factor 3 subunit f (OseIF3f) is involved in microgametogenesis. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7: 532[more]
  • Yang H, Yang N, Wang T*. 2016. Proteomic analysis reveals the differential histone programs between male germline cells and vegetative cells in Lilium davidii. Plant Journal, 85: 660-674[more]
  • Lu YL, Wei LQ, Wang T*. 2015. Methods to isolate a large amount of generative cells, sperm cells and vegetative nuclei from tomato pollen for “omics” analysis. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6: 391[more]
  • Deng ZY#, Liu LT#, Li T, Yan S, Kuang BJ, Huang SJ, Yan CJ, Wang T*. 2015. OsKinesin-13A is an active microtubule depolymerase involved in glume length regulation via affecting cell elongation. Scientific Reports, 5: 9457[more]
  • Zhao X, Yang N, Wang T*. 2013. Comparative proteomic analysis of generative and sperm cells reveals molecular characteristics associated with sperm development and function specialization. Journal of Proteome Research, 12: 5058?5078[more]
  • Zhang X, Wei LQ, Wang ZZ, Wang T*. 2013. Physiological and molecular features of puccinellia tenuiflora tolerating salt and alkaline-salt stress. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 55: 262–276[more]
  • Deng ZY, Gong CY, Wang T*. 2013. Use of proteomics to understand seed development in rice. Proteomics, 13: 1784–1800[more]
  • Agrawal GK, Job D, Kieselbach T, Barkla BJ, Chen SX, Deswal R, Luthje S, Amalraj RS, Tanou G, Ndimba BK, Cramer R, Weckwerth W, Wienkoop S, Dunn MJ, Kim ST, Fukao Y, Yonekura M, Zolla L, Rohila JS, Waditee-Sirisattha R, Mas A, Wang T, Sarkar A, Agrawal R, Renaut J, Rakwal R*. 2013. INPPO Actions and recognition as a driving force for progress in plant proteomics: change of guard, INPPO update, and upcoming activities. Proteomics, 13: 3093–3100[more]
  • Agrawal GK, Sarkar A, Righetti PG, Pedreschi R, Carpentier S, Wang T, Barkla B J, Kohli A, Ndimba BK, Bykova NV, Rampitsch C, Zolla L, Rafudeen MS, Cramer R, Bindschedler LV, Tsakirpaloglou N, Roya JN, Farrant JM, Renaut J, Job D, Kikuchi S, Rakwal R*. 2013. A decade of plant proteomics and mass spectrometry:Translation of technical advancements to food security and safety issues. Mass Spectrometry Reviews, doi: 10.1002/mas[more]
  • Wang ZZ, Yan SJ, Liu CM, Chen F, Wang T*. 2012. Proteomic Analysis reveals an aflatoxin-triggered immune response in cotyledons of Arachis hypogaea infected with Aspergillus flavus. Journal of Proteome Research, 11: 2739?2753[more]
  • Gong CY, Li Q, Yu HT, Wang ZZ, Wang T*. 2012. Proteomics insight into the biological safety of transgenic modification of rice as compared with conventional genetic breeding and spontaneous genotypic variation. Journal of Proteome Research, 11: 3019?3029[more]
  • Zhang H, Han B, Wang T, Chen SX, Li HY, Zhang YH, Dai SJ*. 2012. Mechanisms of plant salt response: insights from proteomics. Journal of Proteome Research, 11: 49-67[more]
  • Yu HT, Xu SB, Zheng CH, Wang T*. 2012. Comparative proteomic study reveals the involvement of diurnal cycle in cell division, enlargement, and starch accumulation in developing endosperm of Oryza sativa. Journal of Proteome Research, 11: 359–371[more]
  • Yu JJ, Chen SX, Zhao Q, Wang T, Yang CP, Diaz C, Sun GR, Dai CJ*. 2011. Physiological and proteomic analysis of salinity tolerance in puccinellia tenuiflora. Journal of Proteome Research, 10: 3852–3870[more]
  • Wang ZZ, Wang T*. 2011. Dynamic proteomic analysis reveals diurnal homeostasis of key pathways in rice leaves. Proteomics, 11: 225-238[more]
  • Xu W, Yang R, Li M, Xing Z, Yang W, Chen G, Guo H, Gong X, Du Z, Zhang Z, Hu X, Wang D, Qian Q, Wang T, Su Z, Xue Y*. 2011. Transcriptome phase distribution analysis reveals diurnal regulated biological processes and key pathways in rice flag leaves and seedling leaves. PloS ONE, 6: e17613[more]
  • An XJ, Deng ZY, Wang T*. 2011. OsSpo11-4, a rice homologue of the archaeal TopVIA protein, mediates double-strand DNA cleavage and interacts with OsTopVIB. PLoS ONE, 6: e20327[more]
  • Wei LQ, Yan LF, Wang T*. 2011. Deep sequencing on genome-wide scale reveals the unique composition and expression patterns of microRNAs in developing pollen of Oryza sativa. Genome Biology, 12: R53[more]
  • Wang XN, Chen SX, Zhang H, Shi L, Cao FL, Guo LH, Xie YM, Wang T, Yan XF, Dai SJ*. 2010. Desiccation tolerance mechanism in resurrection fern-ally selaginella tamariscina revealed by physiological and proteomic analysis. Journal of Proteome Research, 9: 6561–6577[more]
  • Li T, Gong CY, Wang T*. 2010. The rice light-regulated gene RA68 encodes a novel protein interacting with oxygen-evolving complex PsbO mature protein. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter, 28: 136-143[more]
  • Li T, Gong CY, Wang T*. 2010. RA68 is required for postmeiotic pollen development in Oryza sativa. Plant Molecular Biology, 72: 265-277[more]
  • Zhao LF, Hu YB, Chong K, Wang T*. 2010. ARAG1, an ABA-responsive DREB gene, plays a role in seed germination and drought tolerance of rice. Annals of Botany, 105: 401-409[more]
  • Wei LQ, Xu WY, Deng ZY, Su Zhen, Xue Y, Wang T*. 2010. Genome-scale analysis and comparison of gene expression profiles in developing and germinated pollen in Oryza sativa. BMC Genomics, 11: 338[more]
  • Xu SB, Yu HT, Yan LF, Wang T*. 2010. Integrated proteomic and cytological study of rice endosperms at the storage phase. Journal of Proteome Research, 9: 4906-4918[more]
  • Han B, Chen S, Dai SJ, Yang N,  Wang T*. 2010. Isobaric Tags for Relative and Absolute Quantificationbased Comparative Proteomics Reveals the Features of Plasma Membrane-Associated Proteomes of Pollen Grains and Pollen Tubes from Lilium davidii. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 52 : 1043–1058[more]
  • Hu YB, Zhao LF, Chong K, Wang T*. 2008. Overexpression of OsERF1, a novel rice ERF gene, up-regulates ethylene-responsive genes expression besides affects growth and development in Arabidopsis. Journal of Plant Physiology, 165: 1717-1725[more]
  • Hu YB, Chong K, Wang T*. 2008. OsRAF is an ethylene responsive and root abundant factor gene of rice. Plant Growth Regulation, 54: 55-61[more]
  • Xu SB, Li T, Deng ZY, Chong K, Xue YB, Wang T*. 2008. Dynamic Proteomic Analysis Reveals a Switch between Central Carbon Metabolism and Alcoholic Fermentation in Rice Filling Grains. Plant Physiology, 148: 908-925[more]
  • Dai SJ, Chen TT, Chong K, Xue YB, Liu SQ, Wang T*. 2007. Proteomic identification of differentially expressed proteins associated with pollen germination and tube growth reveals characteristics of germinated Oryza sativa pollen. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, 6: 207-230

  • Tao JY, Zhang LR, Chong K, Wang T*. 2007. OsRAD21-3, an orthologue of yeast RAD21, is required forpollen development in Oryza sativa. Plant Journal, 51: 919-930[more]
  • Deng ZY, Wang T*. 2007. OsDMC1 is required for homologous pairing in Oryza sativa. Plant Molecular Biology, 65: 31-42[more]
  • Dai SJ, Wang T, Yan XF, Chen S*. 2007. Proteomics of pollen development and germination. Journal of Proteome Research, 6: 4556-4563[more]
  • Zhao LF, Xu SB, Chai TY, Wang T*. 2006. OsAP2-1, an AP2-like gene from Oryza sativa, is required for flower development and male fertility. Sexual Plant Reproduction, 19: 197-206[more]
  • Wang R, Chong K, Wang T*. 2006. Divergence in spatial expression patterns and in response to stimuli of tandem-repeat paralogous encoding a novel class of proline-rich proteins in oryza sativa. Journal of Experimental Botany, 57: 2887-2897[more]
  • Zhang LR, Tao JY, Wang SX, Chong K, Wang T*. 2006. The rice OsRad21-4, an orthologue of yeast Rec8 protein, is required for efficient meiosis. Plant Molecular Biology, 60: 533-554[more]
  • Dai SJ, Li L, Chen T., Chong K, Xue YB, Wang T*. 2006. Proteomic analyses of Oryza sativa mature pollen reveal novel proteins associated with pollen germination and tube growth. Proteomics, 6: 2504-2529[more]
  • Zhang LR, Tao JY, Wang T*. 2004. Molecular characterization of OsRAD21-1, a rice homologue of yeast RAD21 essential for mitotic chromosome cohesion. Journal of Experimental Botany, 55: 1149-1152[more]
  • Ding ZJ, Wu XH, Wang T*. 2002. The rice tapetum-specific gene RA39 encodes a type I ribosome-inactivating protein. Sexual Plant Reproduction, 15: 205-212[more]
  • Ding ZJ, Wang T, Chong K, Bai SN*. 2001. Isolation and characterization of OsDMC1, the rice homologue of the yeast DMC1 gene essential for meiosis. Sexual Plant Reproduction, 12: 285-288[more]
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