Liqiang Wan is a researcher and currently professor at the Institute of Animal Science (IAS) in the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) in Beijing of China. He has a particular interest in effects of environments and management on natural and cultivated grassland, with a special focus on the response of forage crop plants on stress and ecophysiology in adversity regions across China. His current research focuses on the establishment of drought-resistance characteristic manipulative models, effects or action mechanism of root-resourced signal and assessment of yields and droughtresistance. He is one of members of Chinese Grassland Society (CGS), the secretary general and executive member of council of forage and feed production of CGS, executive members of councils of Grassland Ecology and Grassland Science Education of CGS. He got the first prize of scientific and technological achievements in Chinese academy of agricultural sciences in 2001 and the third prize of science and technology progress in Yunnan province in 2016.
Title : Changes on growth and abscisic acid contents of Medicago sativa to drought at different growth stages