Invited by of Professor Fengmin Li in the School of Life Sciences, Professor Lynette Abbott, a soil microbiology scientist at the University of Western Australia, will visit Lanzhou University for academic communications and cooperation, and will give an academic talk.
Title: New insights into potential contributions of mycorrhizas in pastures
Time: September 1, 2018, 9:00 am
Place: Room 905, Yifu Bio Building
Introduction to Professor Lynette Abbott:
Professor Lynette Abbott was the Associate Dean of the Department of Natural and Agricultural Sciences at the University of Western Australia, Dean of the School of Earth and Environment, and Associate Dean of the Agricultural Research Institute. She was granted the title of “Lifetime Honorary Professor” by the University of Western Australia. She has long been engaged in the fields of soil microbiology, agriculture and forestry ecology. She has first proposed the concept and evaluation system of soil biological fertility, and has high academic reputation in the field of soil microbiology research. She has published about 160 papers in Ecol. lett., PNAS, New Phytol., Agr Ecosyst. Environ., Soil Bio. Biochem. and other top journals in the field of agriculture and forestry. The total number of citations is more than 6,400 and the H-Index is as high as 46. The University of Western Australia ranks among the top eight universities in Australia and ranks 14th in the world in agricultural sciences. The University of Western Australia is one of most renowned research universities in Australia.