Sheng Zhu

Sheng Zhu

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

H-index: 21

Europe-Germany

About Sheng Zhu

Sheng Zhu, With an exceptional h-index of 21 and a recent h-index of 20 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, specializes in the field of Bone, Osteoblast, Osteoclast, Osteoporosis.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Flash Nitrogen‐Doped Carbon Nanotubes for Energy Storage and Conversion

One-dimensional hierarchically structured strain sensor with high sensitivity, stretchability and durability for physiological monitoring

Millisecond Activity Modulation of Atomically-Dispersed Fe–N–C Catalysts

Designing hollow mesoporous carbon sphere for high-rate supercapacitor in water-in-salt electrolyte

Rapid and Up‐Scalable Flash Fabrication of Graphitic Carbon Nanocages for Robust Potassium Storage

Confined grotthuss proton-conduction along polyoxometalate chains inside carbon nanotubes for high-rate charge storage

Insights into the host-guest systems of single-walled-carbon-nanotube-confined polyoxometalates

One-Pot Ultrafast Molten-Salt Synthesis of Anthracite-Based Porous Carbon for High-Performance Capacitive Energy Storage

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Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

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1330

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1260

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21

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20

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Sheng Zhu Skills & Research Interests

Bone

Osteoblast

Osteoclast

Osteoporosis

Top articles of Sheng Zhu

Flash Nitrogen‐Doped Carbon Nanotubes for Energy Storage and Conversion

Authors

Xuehuan Zhang,Gaoyi Han,Sheng Zhu

Journal

Small

Published Date

2024/1

In recent years, nitrogen‐doped carbons show great application potentials in the fields of electrochemical energy storage and conversion. Here, the ultrafast and green preparation of nitrogen‐doped carbon nanotubes (N‐CNTs) via an efficient flash Joule heating method is reported. The precursor of 1D core–shell structure of CNT@polyaniline is first synthesized using an in situ polymerization method and then rapidly conversed into N‐CNTs at ≈1300 K within 1 s. Electrochemical tests reveal the desirable capacitive property and oxygen catalytic activity of the optimized N‐CNT material. It delivers an improved area capacitance of 101.7 mF cm−2 at 5 mV s−1 in 1 m KOH electrolyte, and the assembled symmetrical supercapacitor shows an energy density of 1.03 µWh cm−2 and excellent cycle stability over 10 000 cycles. In addition, the flash N‐CNTs exhibit impressive catalytic performance toward oxygen reduction …

One-dimensional hierarchically structured strain sensor with high sensitivity, stretchability and durability for physiological monitoring

Authors

Liping Li,Wanhui Shi,Sheng Zhu,Yunzhen Chang,Wenjing Hou,Ying Zhang,Hongfei Wang,Gaoyi Han

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/4/29

Developing strain sensors with metal film as sensing material is effective route in monitoring human physiological signals. However, most of them exhibit narrow stretchable range, poor detection limit and durability due to the rigidity and low ductility of metal. Here, a wrapping strategy is proposed to fabricate the strain sensor, which employs hydrogel layer to coat conductive Ni film on rubber band to form one-dimensional hierarchical structure. Impressively, the strain sensor achieves a low sensing strain of 0.005%, high stretchability of 352% and ultimate strength of 1870 kPa. Fast response time (0.32 s), high gauge factor (GF=33) and low electrical hysteresis are other characteristics of the sensor. It also presents excellent durability and frost-resistance, in which the electrical signals (ΔR/R0) still keep exceedingly steady after 10000 and 1000 cycles at 25°C and -30°C, respectively. As expect, it is sensitive in …

Millisecond Activity Modulation of Atomically-Dispersed Fe–N–C Catalysts

Authors

Guobin Qin,Sida Sun,Xuehuan Zhang,Zhen Han,Yanping Li,Gaoyi Han,Yan Li,Sheng Zhu

Journal

Energy Storage Materials

Published Date

2024/4/27

Precious-metal-free transition metal–N–C catalysts containing atomic MeNx centers are promising candidates for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) in rechargeable zinc-air batteries. In this study, we present a highly efficient synthesis method and activity modulation of Me–N–C (Me = Fe, Co, Ni, and Cu) catalysts utilizing the flash Joule heating technique, accomplished within a mere 200 milliseconds. The instantaneous high temperature (∼3535 K) and rapid heating and cooling rates (above 104 K s–1) induce the formation of atomically-dispersed MeNx sites on the surface of carbon nanotube matrices. This ultrafast thermal shock process not only prevents the aggregation of isolated metal atoms but also achieves catalytic activity modulation through heteroatom engineering. Typically, phosphorus atoms play a crucial role in suppressing nitrogen loss and regulating the local coordination environment of FeNx …

Designing hollow mesoporous carbon sphere for high-rate supercapacitor in water-in-salt electrolyte

Authors

Liping Feng,Huichao Liu,Wenyan Zan,Sidian Li,Yunzhen Chang,Ying Zhang,Wenjing Hou,Yun Zhao,Sheng Zhu,Gaoyi Han

Journal

Chemical Engineering Journal

Published Date

2024/4/15

The expansion of the operational voltage in supercapacitors (SCs) through the utilization of water-in-salt electrolytes (WISEs) has garnered considerable attention for achieving elevated energy density. However, the poor rate performance of assembled SCs persists due to the heightened viscosity of WISEs (e.g., 17.0 mol kg−1 NaClO4), so designing the porous structure of electrode materials to improve the rate performance of SC in WISEs has become a research focus. In this study, we present a straightforward approach to fabricate hierarchical porous carbon spheres, designing to expedite ion infilling and transport within WISE-based SCs. The hollow porous carbon is synthesized via one-step pyrolysis process, wherein the decomposition of inner colloid particles yields gases, while the outer resorcinol–formaldehyde resin carbonizes to form a spherical shell. In the WISE of 17.0 mol kg−1 NaClO4, the resulting …

Rapid and Up‐Scalable Flash Fabrication of Graphitic Carbon Nanocages for Robust Potassium Storage

Authors

Lina Wang,Sheng Zhu,Zhihao Huang,Mengxiu Li,Yun Zhao,Gaoyi Han,Yan Li,Jiangfeng Ni

Journal

Advanced Functional Materials

Published Date

2024/3/13

Graphitic carbon nanocages (CNCs) have garnered attention as viable candidates for potassium storage, primarily due to their notable crystallinity, large surface area, and rich porosity. Yet, the development of a rapid, scalable, and economically feasible synthesis approach for CNCs persists as a formidable challenge. This study presents a rapid (millisecond‐scale) and scalable (gram‐scale) method for fabricating mesoporous CNCs characterized by high purity and orderly graphitic structures, utilizing the flash Joule heating technique. Employed for potassium storage, the CNC electrode developed herein exhibits exceptional performance metrics, including initial capacity, rate capability, and cycling stability, surpassing numerous carbonaceous materials previously documented. Impressively, it delivers a high initial capacity of 312.3 mAh g−1 at 0.1 A g−1, maintains 175.1 mAh g−1 at a high rate of 2.0 A g−1, and …

Confined grotthuss proton-conduction along polyoxometalate chains inside carbon nanotubes for high-rate charge storage

Authors

Sheng Zhu,Xiaoxin Yang,Lan Li,Xiao Wang,Gaoyi Han

Journal

Chemical Engineering Journal

Published Date

2024/5/15

Redox-active materials with excellent rate capability and cycling performance are in highly demand for electrochemical energy storage and conversion applications. Here, we unveil the confined proton-conduction behavior of one-dimensional polyoxometalate chains inside single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs). The polyoxometalate molecules including phosphomolybdic acid {HPMo} and phosphotungstic acid {HPW} are encapsulated within SWNTs via host–guest recognition, driven by the electron transfer from nanotubes to polyoxometalates. Impressively, the redox hybrids of polyoxometalate@SWNTs deliver abnormal rate performance in acidic solution with capacity retentions over 73 % at high sweep rate of 1000 mV s−1, relative to the capacity at 10 mV s−1. This value is comparable to that of the pure SWNTs, typically known as double-layer capacitive materials. Electrochemical analyses reveal the …

Insights into the host-guest systems of single-walled-carbon-nanotube-confined polyoxometalates

Authors

Sheng Zhu,Feng Yang

Journal

Cell Reports Physical Science

Published Date

2024/1/15

Polyoxometalates (POMs) have attracted burgeoning research interests for their rich redox activities, well-defined structures, and manipulatable chemical properties. Stemming from their fully oxidized state and high solubility, however, POMs usually confront two hurdles of electrical insulation and chemical/electrochemical instability. Confining POMs inside single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) represents an effective route to address these issues and trigger the emerging properties of guest molecules and host nanocontainers, as well as their synergistic interactions. This perspective aims to elucidate the prominent research status in this emergent field, including the redox-driven encapsulation of POM clusters inside SWNTs, the confinement effect of nanotubes on inner POMs, influences of encapsulated clusters on SWNT structures, and state-of-the-art applications of such a kind of host-guest systems in SWNT …

One-Pot Ultrafast Molten-Salt Synthesis of Anthracite-Based Porous Carbon for High-Performance Capacitive Energy Storage

Authors

Jintao Huang,Sheng Zhu,Jinjiao Zhang,Gaoyi Han

Journal

ACS Materials Letters

Published Date

2024/5/2

Porous carbon materials are promising for electrodes of supercapacitors due to their large surface area and porous channels, which provide ample charge storage sites and facilitate ion transport. In this study, we report a one-pot ultrafast molten-salt method for synthesizing porous carbon from anthracite, using a Joule heating technique at 900 °C for 3 s. The rapid heating (1150 K s–1) with KCl/K2CO3 salts results in a homogeneous medium that exfoliates and activates anthracite, yielding porous carbon with a high specific surface area of 1338 m2 g–1. It exhibits a specific capacitance of 284.6 F g–1 in KOH electrolyte, surpassing the traditional molten-salt method. The symmetrical supercapacitor assembled with TEBAF4/AN electrolyte has a specific energy of 43.9 Wh kg–1 at 375 W kg–1 and retains 90.1% of its capacity after 10,000 cycles. This study highlights the superiorities of this green, efficient, and ultrafast …

Molten-salt assisted synthesis of two-dimensional materials and energy storage application

Authors

Q Sun,S Zhu,Z Shen,Y Liu,C Wu,L Kang,Y Yang

Published Date

2023/4/1

Due to their unique structure and physicochemical properties, two-dimensional (2D) materials demonstrate great potential for energy storage applications. These materials are highly efficient in energy storage and are environmentally friendly. However, 2D materials industrial applications are limited by conventional synthesis, making it difficult to achieve large-scale and high-quality yields. Molten-salt assisted synthesis (MSAS) has been considered an environmentally friendly and highly efficient method of producing 2D materials. This work briefly reviews recent advances in 2D materials synthesis by the molten salt method, including transition metal binary compounds, MXenes, perovskite and other 2D materials. In addition, synthesized 2D materials are investigated for use in batteries, supercapacitors, and catalysis. Finally, we provide fundamental guidance for the synthesis of controllable 2D materials through the …

One-dimensional heterostructures of polyoxometalate-encapsulated carbon nanotubes for enhanced capacitive energy storage

Authors

Sheng Zhu,Xiaoxin Yang,Yixi Yao,Xinrui Zhang,Lan Li,Xiao Wang,Gaoyi Han,Yan Li

Journal

Cell Reports Physical Science

Published Date

2023/6/21

Carbon nanotubes are promising electrode materials for electrochemical capacitive energy storage. Here, we report a host-guest strategy to construct one-dimensional heterostructures by encapsulating redox-active polyoxometalate molecular clusters within single-walled carbon nanotubes. The electron transfer from nanotubes to clusters loosens π−π stacking of carbon nanotubes, leading to improved dispersion and higher electrical double-layer capacity. Besides, the nanoconfinement effect of carbon nanotubes not only facilitates electron transfer for inner redox-active polyoxometalates but also protects them from chemical degradation. Typically, the hybrid redox material delivers a high specific capacity of 328.6 F g−1 at 10 mV s−1 in phosphoric acid electrolyte and a prominent rate capability with 82.1% capacity retention at 500 mV s−1. The assembled supercapacitor exhibits maximum energy density of 33.4 …

Large-Scale and High-Accuracy Phenotyping of Populus simonii Leaves Using the Colony Counter and OpenCV

Authors

Sheng Zhu,Heng Zhang,Siyuan Chen,Lei Zhang,Minren Huang

Journal

Forests

Published Date

2023/8/31

Image-based morphometric technology is broadly applicable to generate large-scale phenomic datasets in ecological, genetic and morphological studies. However, little is known about the performance of image-based measuring methods on plant morphological characters. In this study, we presented an automatic image-based workflow to obtain the accurate estimations for basic leaf characteristics (e.g., ratio of length/width, length, width, and area) from a hundred Populus simonii pictures, which were captured on Colony counter Scan1200. The image-based workflow was implemented with Python and OpenCV, and subdivided into three parts, including image pre-processing, image segmentation and object contour detection. Six image segmentation methods, including Chan-Vese, Iterative threshold, K-Mean, Mean, OSTU, and Watershed, differed in the running time, noise sensitivity and accuracy. The image-based estimates and measured values for leaf morphological traits had a strong correlation coefficient (r2 > 0.9736), and their residual errors followed a Gaussian distribution with a mean of almost zero. Iterative threshold, K-Mean, OSTU, and Watershed overperformed the other two methods in terms of efficiency and accuracy. This study highlights the high-quality and high-throughput of autonomous image-based phenotyping and offers a guiding clue for the practical use of suitable image-based technologies in biological and ecological research.

Bottom-up gas phase construction of carbon coated Fe7Se8 nanosheet/carbon nanotube hybrid as ultrastable anode material for sodium-ion half/full batteries

Authors

Lina Wang,Yun Zhao,Yong Li,Canliang Ma,Lijuan Cao,Guang Zhao,Sheng Zhu

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2023/10/15

Transition metal selenide/carbon nanotube (TMS/CNT) composites as one important category of anode material for rechargeable alkali metal ion batteries are always troubled by the high-quality combination between active matter and inert CNT matrices. Herein, a bottom-up gas phase pyrolysis strategy is introduced to avoid the tedious and time-consuming loading process of active nanostructures. With ferrocene and selenium powders as the raw materials, a carbon coated Fe7Se8 nanosheet/carbon nanotube (Fe7Se8@C/CNT) hybrid is synthesized. The critical role of selenium in the mass growth of CNTs at low deposition temperature is demonstrated for the first time. Benefiting from the molecular-level synthesis process, the carbon coated Fe7Se8 nanosheets are uniformly anchored on CNTs, and a porous hybrid network architecture is constructed. When tested in sodium-ion batteries (SIBs), the Fe7Se8@C …

Pitch-based carbon materials: a review of their structural design, preparation and applications in energy storage

Authors

Hui-chao Liu,Sheng Zhu,Yun-zhen Chang,Wen-jing Hou,Gao-yi Han

Published Date

2023/6/1

Because of its high carbon content and easy graphitization, pitch is a promising precursor for carbon materials. To produce carbon materials with the desired performance, it is necessary to overcome the inherent shortcomings of pitch. For example, its complex composition and easy melting make it difficult to control the structure of the resulting carbon materials. Recently, researchers have proposed several methods to control the structure of carbon materials produced from pitch for energy storage. The latest advances in the structural design and preparation of pitch-based carbon materials for use in energy storage devices such as supercapacitors and alkali metal ion batteries are reviewed.

Comprehensive genome-wide analyses of poplar R2R3-MYB transcription factors and tissue-specific expression patterns under drought stress

Authors

Xueli Zhang,Haoran Wang,Ying Chen,Minren Huang,Sheng Zhu

Journal

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Published Date

2023/3/11

R2R3-type MYB transcription factors are implicated in drought stress, which is a primary factor limiting the growth and development of woody plants. The identification of R2R3-MYB genes in the Populus trichocarpa genome has been previously reported. Nevertheless, the diversity and complexity of the conserved domain of the MYB gene caused inconsistencies in these identification results. There is still a lack of drought-responsive expression patterns and functional studies of R2R3-MYB transcription factors in Populus species. In this study, we identified a total of 210 R2R3-MYB genes in the P. trichocarpa genome, of which 207 genes were unevenly distributed across all 19 chromosomes. These poplar R2R3-MYB genes were phylogenetically divided into 23 subgroups. Collinear analysis demonstrated that the poplar R2R3-MYB genes underwent rapid expansion and that whole-genome duplication events were a dominant factor in the process of rapid gene expansion. Subcellular localization assays indicated that poplar R2R3-MYB TFs mainly played a transcriptional regulatory role in the nucleus. Ten R2R3-MYB genes were cloned from P. deltoides × P. euramericana cv. Nanlin895, and their expression patterns were tissue-specific. A majority of the genes showed similar drought-responsive expression patterns in two out of three tissues. This study provides a valid cue for further functional characterization of drought-responsive R2R3-MYB genes in poplar and provides support for the development of new poplar genotypes with elevated drought tolerance.

The Over-Expression of Two R2R3-MYB Genes, PdMYB2R089 and PdMYB2R151, Increases the Drought-Resistant Capacity of Transgenic Arabidopsis

Authors

Xueli Zhang,Haoran Wang,Ying Chen,Minren Huang,Sheng Zhu

Journal

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Published Date

2023/8/30

The R2R3-MYB genes in plants play an essential role in the drought-responsive signaling pathway. Plenty of R2R3-MYB S21 and S22 subgroup genes in Arabidopsis have been implicated in dehydration conditions, yet few have been covered in terms of the role of the S21 and S22 subgroup genes in poplar under drought. PdMYB2R089 and PdMYB2R151 genes, respectively belonging to the S21 and S22 subgroups of NL895 (Populus deltoides × P. euramericana cv. ‘Nanlin895′), were selected based on the previous expression analysis of poplar R2R3-MYB genes that are responsive to dehydration. The regulatory functions of two target genes in plant responses to drought stress were studied and speculated through the genetic transformation of Arabidopsis thaliana. PdMYB2R089 and PdMYB2R151 could promote the closure of stomata in leaves, lessen the production of malondialdehyde (MDA), enhance the activity of the peroxidase (POD) enzyme, and shorten the life cycle of transgenic plants, in part owing to their similar conserved domains. Moreover, PdMYB2R089 could strengthen root length and lateral root growth. These results suggest that PdMYB2R089 and PdMYB2R151 genes might have the potential to improve drought adaptability in plants. In addition, PdMYB2R151 could significantly improve the seed germination rate of transgenic Arabidopsis, but PdMYB2R089 could not. This finding provides a clue for the subsequent functional dissection of S21 and S22 subgroup genes in poplar that is responsive to drought.

Covalently bonded graphene sheets on carbon nanotubes: direct growth and outstanding properties

Authors

Jian Sheng,Zhen Han,Guodong Jia,Sheng Zhu,Yifan Xu,Xinrui Zhang,Yixi Yao,Yan Li

Journal

Advanced Functional Materials

Published Date

2023/10

Integrating 1D carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and 2D graphene with covalent bonds can inherit the outstanding properties of both components and obtain additional advantages. Here, this work reports the preparation of covalently bonded graphene/CNT (G/CNT) structure by a normal chemical vapor deposition method. Specifically, the pre‐synthesized defects on the sidewall of CNTs act as nucleation sites for the growth of graphene sheets to form a branch‐leaf structure. Graphene leaves restrict the sliding and re‐stacking of CNTs, endowing G/CNT hybrid demonstrates excellent anti‐agglomeration properties that are not present in either graphene or CNTs. In addition, the covalently bonded structure and high graphitization degree of graphene sheets and CNTs significantly enhance the comprehensive properties of the G/CNT hybrid material, such as large specific surface area, excellent thermal stability, and high …

Secreted Effector Proteins of Poplar Leaf Spot and Stem Canker Pathogen Sphaerulina musiva Manipulate Plant Immunity and Contribute to Virulence in Diverse …

Authors

Yao Zhao,Xinyue Zheng,Javier F Tabima,Sheng Zhu,Kelsey L Søndreli,Hope Hundley,Diane Bauer,Kerrie Barry,Yaxin Zhang,Jeremy Schmutz,Yuanchao Wang,Jared M LeBoldus,Qin Xiong

Journal

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions

Published Date

2023/12/23

Fungal effectors play critical roles in manipulating plant immune responses and promoting colonization. Sphaerulina musiva is a heterothallic ascomycete fungus that causes Septoria leaf spot and stem canker disease in poplar (Populus spp.) plantations. This disease can result in premature defoliation, branch and stem breakage, increased mortality, and plantation failure. However, little is known about the interaction between S. musiva and poplar. Previous work predicted 142 candidate secreted effector proteins in S. musiva (SmCSEPs), 19 of which were selected for further functional characterization in this study. SmCSEP3 induced plant cell death in Nicotiana benthamiana, while 8 out of 19 tested SmCSEPs suppressed cell death. The signal peptides of these eight SmCSEPs exhibited secretory activity in a yeast signal sequence trap assay. Confocal microscopy revealed that four of these eight SmCSEPs target …

Electrodeposition of polypyrrole for high-performance zinc ion battery

Authors

Xia Wang,Lin Xu,Yunzhen Chang,Hua Song,Wenjing Hou,Ying Zhang,Yanping Li,Sheng Zhu,Yaoming Xiao,Gaoyi Han

Journal

Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry

Published Date

2023/6

Zinc-ion batteries are considered as promising energy storage devices for large-scale energy storage due to the simple operation, low cost, and high safety, while their performances are determined by the cathode materials’ properties. Polypyrrole (PPy) can be used as the cathode material of zinc-ion battery, however, its poor cyclic stability limits the practical application. Considering the fact that electrolytes containing zinc ions are used in zinc ion batteries, the PPy cathode material has been electrodeposited on carbon cloth (CC) by using ZnSO4 solution as electrolyte (PPy-ZS/CC). The results show that PPy/CC-ZS exhibits higher specific capacity and cyclic stability than the electrode prepared in NaH2PO4 solution because the participation of ZnSO4 in the deposition process makes PPy-ZS more suitable for the ZnSO4 electrolyte of batteries. The specific capacity of the PPy-ZS has been increased by 24 mAh g−1 …

High-quality single-walled carbon nanotube films as current collectors for flexible supercapacitors

Authors

Sheng Zhu,Zeyao Zhang,Jian Sheng,Guodong Jia,Jiangfeng Ni,Yan Li

Journal

Journal of Materials Chemistry A

Published Date

2023

Current collectors with light weight, excellent durability, and mechanical robustness are highly demanded for flexible energy storage devices. Here, we prepare free-standing single-walled carbon nanotube films (SWCNFs) with a three-dimensional interconnected porous structure via floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition and apply them as current collectors for flexible supercapacitors. These SWCNFs present high mass loading efficiency, outstanding mechanical robustness, and excellent anti-corrosion properties, showing distinct advantages over conventional metal foil current collectors. The loading efficiency is up to 75% for pseudocapacitive cobalt(II) carbonate hydroxide materials, exhibiting superior electrochemical performance in terms of specific capacitance, rate capability, and cycling performance. In addition, the assembled hybrid supercapacitors (SWCNF-cobalt carbonate hydroxide//SWCNF …

Association Mapping and Expression Analysis of the Genes Involved in the Wood Formation of Poplar

Authors

Yaolin Wang,Heng Zhang,Sheng Zhu,Tengfei Shen,Huixin Pan,Meng Xu

Journal

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Published Date

2023/8/10

Xylogenesis is a complex and sequential biosynthetic process controlled by polygenes. Deciphering the genetic architecture of this complex quantitative trait could provide valuable information for increasing wood biomass and improving its properties. Here, we performed genomic resequencing of 64 24-year-old trees (64 hybrids of section Aigeiros and their parents) grown in the same field and conducted full-sib family-based association analyses of two growth and six woody traits using GEMMA as a choice of association model selection. We identified 1342 significantly associated single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), 673 located in the region upstream and downstream of 565 protein-encoding genes. The transcriptional regulation network of secondary cell wall (SCW) biosynthesis was further constructed based on the published data of poplar miRNA, transcriptome, and degradome. These provided a certain scientific basis for the in-depth understanding of the mechanism of poplar timber formation and the molecular-assisted breeding in the future.

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The articles with the titles of

Flash Nitrogen‐Doped Carbon Nanotubes for Energy Storage and Conversion

One-dimensional hierarchically structured strain sensor with high sensitivity, stretchability and durability for physiological monitoring

Millisecond Activity Modulation of Atomically-Dispersed Fe–N–C Catalysts

Designing hollow mesoporous carbon sphere for high-rate supercapacitor in water-in-salt electrolyte

Rapid and Up‐Scalable Flash Fabrication of Graphitic Carbon Nanocages for Robust Potassium Storage

Confined grotthuss proton-conduction along polyoxometalate chains inside carbon nanotubes for high-rate charge storage

Insights into the host-guest systems of single-walled-carbon-nanotube-confined polyoxometalates

One-Pot Ultrafast Molten-Salt Synthesis of Anthracite-Based Porous Carbon for High-Performance Capacitive Energy Storage

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are the top articles of Sheng Zhu at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen.

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The research interests of Sheng Zhu are: Bone, Osteoblast, Osteoclast, Osteoporosis

What is Sheng Zhu's total number of citations?

Sheng Zhu has 1,330 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Sheng Zhu?

The co-authors of Sheng Zhu are Andreas Nüssler, Tao Chen.

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