Plant nutrition explores the exchange of nutrients and energy between plants and the external environment through the study of plant uptake, transport and utilization of nutrients. It takes the plant-soil-environment system as the main object, and studies the morphology, transformation and biological effectiveness of nutrients in the soil, plant activation, uptake, transport and utilization of nutrients, as well as the physiological functions of nutrients in plants and their recycling in the ecosystem and food system, and meets the major needs of food security, environmental protection and sustainable development through various technical approaches.
Metabolomics data analysis is a powerful tool to rapidly characterize and quantify the precursors, derivatives and degradation products associated with a metabolic pathway. The metabolic pathway can be inferred from the type and content of metabolomes in a metabolic pathway, and the mechanism of metabolic network regulation can be inferred from the trend of change.
Creative Proteomics provides metabolomics solutions to help plant nutrition-related research with advanced chromatography and mass spectrometry technologies.