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  Dr. Li ZHANG (張力)
     
     
     
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Address: Xinhu Botanical Garden,
Shenzhen,
Guangdong Province 518004, CHINA
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    Education
   
1987 B.Sc., Guizhou Normal University.
1990 M.Sc., Kunming Institute of Botany, The Chinese Academy of Sciences.
2001 Ph.D., The University of Hong Kong.
   
    Positions
   
1990 - 1993 Research Assistant, South China Institute of Botany, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou (SCIB).
1994 - 1996 Associate Researcher, SCIB.
2002 - 2003 Research Associate, Department of Biology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
2004 - present Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of
Plant Biology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
1997 - present Associate Research Fellow, SCIB.
     
    Professional memberships
   
1999 - present Deputy Chair, Committee on Bryology, Chinese Botanical Society.
1994 - present Councilor, Botanical Society of Guangdong Province.
1993 - present Member, International Association of Bryologists (IAB).
1998 - present Member, American Bryological
and Lichenological Society (ABLS)
     
    Representative publications
   
  1. Lin, P.-J., L. Zhang, P.-C. Wu & Z.-H. Li. 1994. A survey of bryological research activities in Hainan Island, China. Chenia 2: 47-73 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  2. Liu, J.-K., L. Zhang, L.-M. Zeng & P.-J. Lin. 1996. The Phytochemical study of Syrrhopodon japonicus. Acta Sci. Nat. Univ. Sunyatseni 35(4): 124-126 (In Chinese with English
    abstract).
  3. Zhang, L. 1993. The genus Fissidens (Fissidentaceae, Musci) in Hainan Island, China. Yushania 10: 81-90 (in Chinese with English abstract).
  4. Zhang, L. 2003. An updated and annotated inventory of Hong Kong bryophytes. Mem. Hong Kong Nat. Hist. Soc. 26: 1-133
  5. Zhang, L. & R. T. Corlett. 2003. Phytogeography of Hong Kong bryophytes. J. Biogeog. 30(9): 1329-1337.
  6. Zhang, L., R. T. Corlett & L. Chau. 1998. Eccremidium Wils., a moss genus new to China from Hong Kong. J. Bryol. 20(2): 518-521.
  7. Zhang, L., R. T. Corlett & L. Chau. 1999. Syrrhopodon hongkongensis (Calymperaceae, Musci), a new species from Hong Kong, China. Bryologist 102(1): 122-124.
  8. Zhang, L. & P.-J. Lin. 1997. A checklist of bryophytes of Hong Kong. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 81: 307-326.
  9. Zhang, L., P.-J. Lin, L. Chau & W. Lee. 1998. Taxonomical studies on the bryophytes from Hong Kong I. Fissidentaceae. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 84: 1-10.
  10. Zhang, L., P. Ma, L. M. Chu & P. P.-H. But. 2003. Three modes of asexual reproduction in the moss of Octoblepharum albidum. J. Bryol. 25: 175-179.

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