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张锐  博士
教授
厦门大学翔安校区周隆泉楼
Dr. Zhang Rui
Professor
zhoulongquan building,xiangan campus,xiamen university.
Tel:0592-2880152
Fax:0592-2885375
Email:ruizhang@xmu.edu.cn
 
个人履历 Brief CV
  香港科技大学生物学系 博士 (2007)
  新加坡国立大学,博士后(2007-2008)
  厦门大学副教授 (2009-2014)
  厦门大学教授(2014-)
  PhD., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (2007)
  Research Fellow, National University of Singapore (2007-2008)
  Associate Professor, Xiamen University (2009-2014)
  Professor, Xiamen University (2014-)
研究方向 Research Interests
  海洋微生物生态学(细菌和病毒)
  marine microbial ecology (bacteria and viruses)
代表性论文 Selected Publications
  Zhang R, Weinbauer MG, Qian PY (2007) Viruses and flagellates sustain apparent richness and reduce biomass accumulation of bacterioplankton in coastal marine waters. Environmental Microbiology. 9: 3008–3018.
  Zhang R, Thiyagarajan V, Qian PY (2008) Evaluation of terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis in contrasting coastal environments. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 65: 169-178.
  Moseman SM, Zhang R, Qian PY, Levin LA (2009) Diversity and functional responses of nitrogen-fixing microbes to three wetland invasions. Biological Invasions. 11: 225-239.
  Zhang R#*, Wei W & Cai L (2014) The fate and biogeochemical cycling of viral elements. Nature Reviews Microbiology 12: 850-851.
  Zhang R, Jiang T, Tian Y, Xie SC, Zhou L, Li Q & Jiao NZ*(2017) Volcanic ash stimulates growth of marine autotrophic and heterotrophic microorganisms. Geology doi 10.1130/G38833.1
  Zhang R, Weinbauer MG, Tam YK & Qian PY (2013) Response of bacterioplankton to a glucose gradient in the absence of lysis and grazing. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 85: 443-451.
  Zhang R, Xia X, Lau S, Motegi C, Weinbauer M & Jiao N* (2013) Response of bacterioplankton community structure to an artificial gradient of pCO2 in the Arctic Ocean. Biogeosciences 10: 3679-3689.
  Li Y#, Luo T#, Sun J, Cai L, Jiao N* & Zhang R* (2014) Lytic viral infection of bacterioplankton in deep waters of the western Pacific Ocean. Biogeosciences 11: 2531-2542.