Jian-Wu WANG

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Dr. Jian-wu WANG, graduated from China Agricultural University and got PhD degree in soil science in 1997. Now, he is a professor major in agroecology in the College of Natural Resources and Environment, South China Agricultural University. He is the director of the Key Laboratory of Agro-Environment in the Tropical, Ministry of Agriculture China and the Institute of Tropical and Subtropical Ecology, South China Agricultural University.

His research field including the non-target effects of genetic modified crops, the optimizing ecological agricultural models in tropical and subtropical region in southern China, especially the cereals and legume intercropping systems.


[1]     Yinghua Shu,Yan Du, Jin Chen, Jiaxi Wei,Jianwu Wang*. Responses of the cutworm Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to two Bt corn hybrids expressing Cry1Ab.Scientific Report, 2017, 7, 41577.

[2]     Yinghua Shu, Yanyan Zhang, Huilan Zeng, Yahui Zhang, Jianwu Wang*. Effects of Cry1Ab Bt maize straw return on bacterial community of earthworm Eisenia fetida. Chemosphere, 2017, 173, 1-13.

[3]     Luo, S., Yu, L., Liu, Y., Zhang, Y., Yang, W., Li, Z., Wang JW(*).Effects of reduced nitrogen input on productivity and N2O emissions in a sugarcane/soybean intercropping system. European Journal of Agronomy, 2016, 81:78-85.

[4]     Wang J W .Chapter3. Effects of Reduced Nitrogen Application Rates and Soybean Intercropping on Sugarcane Fields in Southern China. In Luo S, Gliessman S R (eds.). Agroecology in China: Science, Practice, and Sustainable Management. pp.61-78. CRC Press.2016. ISBN 9781482249347

[5]     Zeng H, Tan F, Shu Y, Zhang Y,Feng Y,Wang J* . The Cry1Ab Protein Has Minor Effects on the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Communities after Five Seasons of Continuous Bt Maize Cultivation. Plos One, 2015, 10(12):e0146041.

[6]     Yinghua Shu, Yanyan Zhang, Miaomiao Cheng, Huilan Zeng, Jianwu Wang*. Multilevel assessment of Cry1Ab Bt-maize straw return affecting the earthworm Eisenia fetida. Chemosphere, 2015, 137, 59-69.

[7]     Zeng H L, Tan F X, Zhang Y Y, Feng Y J, Shu Y H, Wang J W*. Effects of cultivation and return of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) maize on the diversity of the arbuscular mycorrhizal community in soils and roots of subsequently cultivated conventional maize. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2014, 75: 254-263

[8]     Yang W T, Li Z X, Wang J W(*), Wu P, Zhang Y. Crop yield, nitrogen acquisition and sugarcane quality as affected by interspecific competition and nitrogen application. Field Crops Research, 2013, 146: 44-50

[9]     Feng Y J, Wang J W*, Luo S M, Fan H Z, Jin Q. Costs of Jasmonic Acid Induced Defense in Aboveground and Belowground Parts of Corn (Zea mays L.). Journal of Chemical Ecology, 2012, 38: 984-991

[10] Shu, Y H, Zhang G R, Wang J W*. Response of the common cutworm Spodoptera litura to zinc stress: Zn accumulation, metallothionein and cell ultrastructure of the midgut. Science of the Total Environment, 2012, 438: 210-217

[11] Shu Y H, Du Y, Wang J W*. Molecular characterization and expression patterns of Spodoptera litura heat shock protein70/90, and their response to zinc stress. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A, 2011, 158: 102-110

[12] Feng Y J, Ling L, Fan H Z, Liu Y H, Tan F X, Shu Y H, Wang J W*. Effects of temperature, water content and pH on degradation of Cry1Ab protein released from Bt corn straw in soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2011, 43: 1600-1606

[13] Shu Y H, Wang J W, Lu K, Zhou J L, Zhou Q, Zhang G R. The first vitellogenin receptor from a Lepidopteran insect: molecular characterization, expression patterns and RNAi analysis. Insect Molecular Biology, 2011, 20(1): 61-73

[14] Shu, Y H, Ma H H, Du Y, Li Z X, Feng Y J, Wang J W*. The presence of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) protein in earthworms Eisenia fetida has no deleterious effects on their growth and reproduction. Chemosphere, 2011, 85: 1648-1656

[15] Tan F X, Wang J W*, Chen Z N, Feng Y J, Chi G L, Rehman S U. Assessment of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community in roots and rhizosphere soils of Bt corn and their non-Bt isolines. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2011, 43: 2473-2479

[16] Tan F X, Wang J W*, Feng Y J, Chi G L, Kong H L, Qiu H F, Wei S L. Bt corn plants and their straw have no apparent impact on soil microbial communities. Plant Soil, 2010, 329: 349-364

[17] Feng Y J, Wang J W*, Luo S M, Jin Q, Fan H Z, Su Y J, Liu Y H. Effects of exogenous application of jasmonic acid and salicylic acid on the leaf and root induction of chemical defence in maize (Zea mays L.). Allelopathy Journal, 2010, 25(1): 133-146

[18] Feng Y J, Wang J W*, Jin Q. Asian corn borer (Ostrinia furnacalis) damage induced systemic response in chemical defence in Bt corn (Zea mays L.). Allelopathy Journal, 2010, 26(1): 101-112

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