Qiang-Sheng Wu born in 1978 and obtained PhD degree in 2006 from Huazhong Agricultural University, China. Now, Prof. Wu works as the Research Scientist at the College of Horticulture and Gardening/the Institute of Root Biology, Yangtze University. At present, Wu focus on the arbuscular mycorrhizal research in fruit trees. He concerns three highlights: (1) Physiological mechanisms of citrus plants colonized by mycorrhizal fungi under drought, salt stress and temperature stress; and (2) Glomalin-related soil protein functionings released by extraradical hyphae of arbuscular mycorrhizas in rhizosphere of citrus. Until now, he has published six books and >50 papers in International popular Journal, such as Soil Biology Biochemistry, Scientific Reports, Mycorrhiza, PLoS One, Fungal Ecology, Plant Growth Regulation, European Journal of Soil Biology, Scientia Horticulturae, etc. He also reviewed ~20 journals including Applied Soil Ecology, Enviromental and Experimental Botany, Microbial Ecology, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, European Journal of Soil Biology, Scientia Horticulturae, Plant Biology, etc. So far, he has completed 7 projects and served as the Editors of three International Journals (Universal Journal of Environmental Research and Technology; Biotechnology Frontier; Current Horticulture) and the member of Citrus Association in Hubei Province. In addition, Wu wined the Fourth SCOPUS Young Research Award in 2013.