Haiping Wang

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Haiping Wang is a full-time research scientist and professor in the Department of Vegetables Germplasm, Institute of Vegetables and Flowers, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (IVFCAAS). His research interests include vegetable genetic resources and preservation of the diversity of Midterm Gene-Bank of Vegetables Genetic Resources in China. Research on vegetable genetics is conducted to improve the crop for growers and consumers. His key areas of interest include garlic, ginger, radish, and cucumber genetics and the development of genomic tools. His outreach activities include interaction with the garlic and ginger production and with consumers. Dr. Wang is the author and co-author of seventy publications in scientific journals and thirteen book chapters in Chinese and English. He has reviewed numerous publications for more than ten international scientific journals.

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Ginger is well known as a spice and flavor. It has been a traditional medical plant in many cultures for thousands of years. To uncover the miraculous plant, this book not only gives you the plant's origins, where the plant is grown now, but also provides current studies on its utilization, cultivation, breeding, and therapeutic benefits.

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