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  • title: professor
  • department: institute of plant science and plant physiology
  • address: 327 tianyan building
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  • 2002.7-2012.3:  northwest university for nationalities, china
  • 2012.7-2013.4:  school of life sciences, lanzhou university, china; lecturer
  • 2013.5-2016.4:  school of life sciences, lanzhou university, china; associate professor
  • 2016.5-present:  school of life sciences, lanzhou university, china; professor
academic appointments
  • 1997.9-2002.6: school of life sciences, lanzhou university, china; b.s. biology
  • 2004.9-2007.6: school of life sciences, lanzhou university, china; m.s. botany
  • 2009.9-2012.6: school of life sciences, lanzhou university, china; ph.d. mycorrhizal ecology
  • 2017.9-2018.9: school of earth sciences and environmental sustainability, northern arizona university, usa; visiting scholar
administrative appointments
honors & awards
1. outstanding doctoral dissertation award of gansu province (2014)
2. the first prize of natural science of gansu province (5/5, 2016)
1. influences of mycorrhizal fungi on the ecosystem multifunctionality of alpine meadows under different nitrogen fertility. 2019.1-2022.12, nsfc no.31870494
2. arbuscular mycorrhiza-mediated carbon sequestration and its response to different soil nitrogen and phosphorus fertility. 2016.1-2019.12, nsfc no.31570512
3. influences of fertilization on the community structure and function of am fungi in an alpine meadow ecosystem.        2014.1-2016.12, nsfc no.31300445




corresponding author,# first author

bahadur a, jin zc, long xl, jiang sj, zhang q, pan jb, liu yj, feng hy* (2019) arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi alter plant interspecific interaction under nitrogen fertilization. european journal of soil biology, 93: 103094. 

bahadur a, jin zc, jiang sj, chai yx, zhang q, pan jb, liu yj, feng hy* (2019) arbuscular mycorrhizal spores distribution across different ecosystems of qinghai tibetan plateau. pakistan journal of botany, 51: 1481-1492. 

mao l, pan jb, jiang sj, shi gx, qin ms, zhao zg, zhang q, an lz, feng hy, liu yj* (2019) arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community recovers faster than plant community in historically disturbed tibetan grasslands. soil biology and biochemistry, 134: 131-141. 

ma bb, zhou xl, zhang q, qin ms, hu lg, yang kn, xie z, ma wb, chen bb, feng hy, liu yj, du gz*, ma xj*, roux xl (2019) how do soil microorganisms respond to n, p and np additions? application of the ecological framework of (co-)limitation by multiple resources. journal of ecology, 107: 2329-2345. 

qin ms, shi gx, miranda j-p, liu yj, meng ym, pan jb, chai y, jiang sj, zhou gy, feng hy, zhang q*. (2019) revegetation differentially influences microbial trophic groups in a qinghai-tibetan alpine steppe ecosystem. journal of basic microbiology, 59: 992-1003. 

qin ms, shi gx, zhang q, meng ym, liu yj, pan jb, jiang sj, zhou gy, feng hy(2019) arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi serve as keystone taxa for revegetation on the tibetan plateau. journal of basic microbiology, 59: 609-620. 

qin ms, zhang q, pan jb, jiang sj, liu yj, bahadur a, peng zl, yang y, feng hy(2019) effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on soil enzyme activity is coupled with increased plant biomass. european journal of soil science, doi: 10.1111/ejss.12815. 

jiang sj, liu yj*, luo jj, qin ms, johnson nc, öpik m, vasar m, chai yx, zhou xl, mao l, du gz, an lz, feng hy* (2018) dynamics of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community structure and functioning along a nitrogen enrichment gradient in an alpine meadow ecosystem. new phytologist, 220: 1222-1235. 

garcía de león d*, davison j, moora m, öpik m, feng hy, hiiesalu i, jairus t, koorem k, liu yj, phosri c, sepp sk, vasar m, zobel m (2018) anthropogenic disturbance equalizes diversity levels in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities. global change biology, 24: 2649-2659. 

chai yx, jiang sj, guo wj, qin ms, pan jb, bahadur a, shi gx, luo jj, jin zc, liu yj, zhang q, an lz, feng hy* (2018) the effect of slope aspect on the phylogenetic structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in an alpine ecosystem. soil biology and biochemistry, 126: 103-113. 

jiang sj, pan jb, shi gx, dorji t, hopping ka, klein ja, liu yj*, feng hy* (2018) identification of root-colonizing am fungal communities and their responses to short-term climate change and grazing on tibetan plateau. symbiosis, 74: 159-166. 

shi gx, yao bq, liu yj, jiang sj, wang wy, pan jb, zhao xq, feng hy, zhou hq* (2017) the phylogenetic structure of amf communities shifts in response to gradient warming with and without winter grazing on the qinghai–tibet plateau. applied soil ecology, 121: 31-40. 

jiang sj, shi gx, mao l, pan jb, an lz, liu yj*, feng hy(2015) comparison of different pcr primers on detecting arbuscular mycorrhizal communities inside plant roots. acta microbiologica sinica, 55: 916-925. 

liu yj, johnson nc, mao l, shi gx, jiang sj, ma xj, du gz, an lz*, feng hy* (2015) phylogenetic structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal community shifts in response to increasing soil fertility. soil biology and biochemistry, 89: 196-205. 

liu yj#, mao l#, li jy, shi gx, jiang sj, ma xj, an lz, du gz*, feng hy* (2015) resource availability differentially drives community assemblages of plants and their root-associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. plant and soil, 386: 341-355. 

mao l#, liu yj#, shi gx, jiang sj, cheng g, li xm, an lz, feng hy* (2014) wheat cultivars form distinctive communities of root-associated arbuscular mycorrhiza in a conventional agroecosystem. plant and soil, 374: 949-961. 

shi gx#liu yj#, johnson nc, olsson p, mao l, cheng g, jiang sj, an lz, du gz, feng hy* (2014) interactive influence of light intensity and soil fertility on root-associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. plant and soil, 378: 173-188. 

shi gx#liu yj#, mao l, jiang sj, zhang q, cheng g, an lz, du gz, feng hy* (2014) relative importance of deterministic and stochastic processes in driving arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal assemblage during the spreading of a toxic plant. plos one, 9: e95672. 

pan jb#liu yj#, he xh, kang sc, hou yh, an lz, feng hy* (2013) arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate endophytic fungi at 5,500 m on a glacier forefront in the qinghai-tibet plateau, china. symbiosis, 60: 101-105. 

liu yj, mao l, he xh, cheng g, ma xj, an lz, feng hy* (2012) rapid change of am fungal community in a rain-fed wheat field with short-term plastic film mulching practice. mycorrhiza, 22: 31-39. 

liu yj#, shi gx#, mao l#, cheng g, jiang sj, ma xj, an lz*, du gz, johnson nc, feng hy* (2012) direct and indirect influences of 8 yr of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on glomeromycota in an alpine meadow ecosystem. new phytologist, 194: 523-535. 

liu yj, he jx, shi gx, an lz, öpik m, feng hy* (2011) diverse communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi inhabit sites with very high altitude in tibet plateau. fems microbiology ecology, 78: 355-365. 

wu fs, dong mx, liu yj, ma xj, an lz, young jpw, feng hy* (2011) effects of long-term fertilization on am fungal community structure and glomalin-related soil protein in the loess plateau of china. plant and soil, 342: 233-247. 

liu yj, he l, an lx, helgason t, feng hy* (2009) arbuscular mycorrhizal dynamics in a chronosequence of caragana korshinskii plantations. fems microbiology ecology, 67: 81-92. 

liu yj, feng hy* (2010) systematic classification and community research techniques of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: a review. chinese journal of applied ecology, 21(6): 1573-1580.

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