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董云伟  博士
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Dr. Dong Yunwei
Professor
Tel:0592-2880164
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Email:dongyw@xmu.edu.cn
 
个人履历 Brief CV
北京师范大学博士(2002)
香港大学访问学者(2007,2009)
斯坦福大学访问学者(2007-2008)
中国海洋大学副教授(2002-2010)
厦门大学教授(2010-)
PhD, Beijing Normal University (2002)
Visiting Scholar, The University of Hong Kong (2007,2009)
Visiting Scholar, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University (2007-2008)
Associate Professor, Ocean University of China (2002-2010)
Professor, Xiamen University (2010-)
研究方向 Research Interests
海洋底栖动物生理生态学
Marine Benthic Eco-Physiology
代表性论文 Selected Publications
Zhang, S., Han, G. D., & Dong, Y. W.* 2014. Temporal patterns of cardiac performance and genes encoding heat shock proteins and metabolic sensors of an intertidal limpet Cellana toreuma during sublethal heat stress. Journal of Thermal Biology.
Han, G. D., Zhang, S., Marshall, D. J., Ke, C. H., & Dong, Y. W.* 2013. Metabolic energy sensors (AMPK and SIRT1), protein carbonylation and cardiac failure as biomarkers of thermal stress in an intertidal limpet: linking energetic allocation with environmental temperature during aerial emersion. The Journal of experimental biology, 216(17), 3273-3282.
Dong, Y. W.*, Wang, H. S., Han, G. D., Ke, C. H., Zhan, X., Nakano, T., & Williams, G. A. 2012. The Impact of Yangtze River Discharge, Ocean Currents and Historical Events on the Biogeographic Pattern of Cellana toreuma along the China Coast. PLoS ONE, 7(4).
Dong, Y. W.*, & Williams, G. A. 2011. Variations in cardiac performance and heat shock protein expression to thermal stress in two differently zoned limpets on a tropical rocky shore. Marine biology, 158(6), 1223-1231.
Dong, Y. W.*, Yu, S. S., Wang, Q. L., & Dong, S. L. 2011. Physiological responses in a variable environment: relationships between metabolism, Hsp and thermotolerance in an intertidal-subtidal species. PloS one, 6(10), e26446.
Marshall, D. J.*, Dong, Y. W., McQuaid, C. D., & Williams, G. A. 2011. Thermal adaptation in the intertidal snail Echinolittorina malaccana contradicts current theory by revealing the crucial roles of resting metabolism. The Journal of experimental biology, 214(21), 3649-3657.
Dong, Y., & Somero, G. N.* 2009. Temperature adaptation of cytosolic malate dehydrogenases of limpets (genus Lottia): differences in stability and function due to minor changes in sequence correlate with biogeographic and vertical distributions. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212(2), 169-177.
Dong, Y., Miller, L. P., Sanders, J. G., & Somero, G. N*. 2008. Heat-shock protein 70 (Hsp70) expression in four limpets of the genus Lottia: interspecific variation in constitutive and inducible synthesis correlates with in situ exposure to heat stress. The Biological Bulletin, 215(2), 173-181.
Meng, X. L., Dong, Y. W.*, Dong, S. L., Yu, S. S., & Zhou, X. 2011. Mortality of the sea cucumber, Apostichopus japonicus Selenka, exposed to acute salinity decrease and related physiological responses: Osmoregulation and heat shock protein expression. Aquaculture, 316(1), 88-92