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Dr. Hua Bai

Dr. Hua Bai

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Office

1218 Center for Innovation

Phone

660.562.1364

Joined Northwest in 2019


Assistant Professor


Education

  • Ph.D. Agronomy and Crop Science; University of Arkansas
  • M.S. Biological Engineering; University of Arkansas
  • B.S. Biological Engineering; Kunming University of Science and Technology (Yunnan, China)

Courses Taught

  • AGRI 199_World Foods
  • AGRI 232_Crop production
  • AGRI 331_Integrated Crop Management
  • AGRI 540_Grain Crops

Academic Interests

  • Crop physiology
  • High throughput phenotyping
  • Drought Stress
  • Agronomically experimental design

Scholarly Activity

Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Bai, H., and L.C. Purcell. 2018. Aerial canopy temperature differences between fast- and slow-wilting soya bean genotypes. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 204(3):243-251. https://doi.org/10.1111/jac.12259.
  • Bai, H., and L.C. Purcell. 2018. Response of carbon isotope discrimination and oxygen isotope composition to mild drought in slow- and fast-wilting soybean genotypes. Journal of Crop Improvement 32(2):239-253.  DOI: 10.1080/15427528.2017.1407856.
  • Zhang, Y., Z. Liu, Q. Huang, Y. Luo, K.K. Pennerman, D. Lai, H. Bai, Y. Lin and G. Yin. 2016. Rapid detection of Cactus virus X in pitaya by efficient reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification. Justin Journal of Biotechnology & Bioengineering 3(1):1055-1060.
  • Bai, H., R. Wang, B. Hargis, H. Lu, and Y. Li. 2012. A SPR aptasensor for detection of avian influenza virus H5N1. Sensors 12:12506-12518.

Extension Publications

  • Bai, H., L.C. Purcell, and V. Skinner. 2016. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. p. 43-47. In: T. Kirkpatrick, L.C. Purcell, T. Roberts, and J. Ross (eds). Arkansas Soybean Research Series 2016. University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Series #631.

Published Abstracts in Proceedings of Scientific Meetings

  • Bai, H., T.K.D. Nakini, G. DeSouza, and F.B. Fritschi. 2018. High-throughput phenotyping of soybean canopy characteristics with a multi-sensor system. ASA, CSSA & SSSA, Baltimore, MD, 4-7 November.
  • Bai, H., A. Sanz-Saez, T.K.D. Nakini, G. DeSouza, and F.B. Fritschi. 2017. From gaming to high throughput phenotyping: Use of an X-Box camera to model soybean 3D structure and morphological traits. ASA, CSSA & SSSA, Tampa, FL, 22-25 October.
  • Blumeyer, J., H. Bai, and F.B. Fritschi. 2017. A synchronized multi-sensor system: Designing a high-throughput phenotyping platform to accelerate soybean improvement. Missouri Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, July.
  • Bai, H., and L.C. Purcell. 2017. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. Missouri Soybean Center Symposium, Columbia, MO, 5 April.
  • Bai, H., and L.C. Purcell. 2015. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. ASA, CSSA & SSSA, Minneapolis, MN, 15-18 November.
  • Bai, H., and L.C. Purcell. 2015. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. Gamma Sigma Delta Arkansas Chapter, Fayetteville, AR, 20 March.
  • Bai, H., A.S. Kaler, and L.C. Purcell. 2014. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. ASA, CSSA & SSSA, Long Beach, CA, 2-5 November.
  • Bai, H., A.S. Kaler, and L.C. Purcell. 2014. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. 10th Annual Soybean Biotechnology Symposium, National Center for Soybean Biotechnology, Columbia, MO, 10 April.
  • Bai, H., A.S. Kaler, and L.C. Purcell. 2014. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. Soybean breeders’ workshop, St. Louis, MO, 17-19 February.
  • Bai, H., and L.C. Purcell. 2013. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. Arkansas Crop Protection Association, Fayetteville, AR, December.
  • Bai, H., and L.C. Purcell. 2013. High throughput phenotypic evaluation of drought-related traits in soybean. ASA, CSSA & SSSA, Tampa, FL, 3-6 November.
  • Bai, H., and Y. Li. 2011. Aptamer-based SPR biosensor for detection of avian influenza virus H5N1. NSF sponsored symposium “Biosensors, Biochips and Micro/Nano-Devices” of Institute of Biological Engineering Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, 3-5 March.
  • Bai, H., and Y. Li. 2011. Aptamer-based SPR biosensor for detection of avian influenza virus H5N1. Gamma Sigma Delta Arkansas Chapter, Fayetteville, AR, February.
  • Bai, H., and Y. Li. 2010. Aptamer-based SPR biosensor for detection of avian influenza virus H5N1. Arkansas Association for Food Protection Educational Conference, Fayetteville, AR, September.

Other Professional Experiences

Reviewer in Scientific Journals

  • Agronomy
  • Crop Science
  • Environmental and Experimental Botany
  • International Journal of Molecular Sciences
  • Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science
  • Journal of Cotton Research
  • Plants
  • Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
  • Plant Science
  • Remote Sensing
  • Scientia Agricola
  • Sensors
  • Sustainability
  • Veterinary Sciences

Membership

  • Crop Science Society of America