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Marine Science

Date: 2014-12-15

The research interests of the marine science include Marine Algae Biotechnology, Marine Biological Active Substances, Marine Environment and Ecology, Stress Biology of Coastal Salt-tolerance Plant, Marine Molecular Biology, Research and Utilization of Coastal Resources and Informational Aquaculture in Artificial Seawater.

Selected Publications:

1.Wang T, Long XH, Chen XY, et al. Integrated transcriptome, proteome and physiology analysis of Epinephelus coioides after exposure to copper nanoparticles or copper sulfate. Nanotoxicology, 2017, 11(2): 236-246.

2.Zheng SY, He ML, Wang CH*, et al. Kelp waste extracts combined with acetate enhances the biofuel characteristics of Chlorella sorokiniana. Bioresource technology, 2017, 225: 142-150.

3.Long XH*, Shao HB, Liu L, et al. Jerusalem artichoke: a sustainable biomass feedstock for biorefinery. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2016, 54: 1382-1388.

4.Chen YT, Santos A, Wang Y, Wang CH*, et al. Interferometric nanoporous anodic alumina photonic coatings for optical sensing. Nanoscale, 2015, 7(17): 7770-7779.

5.Wang T, Long XH*, Liu ZP, et al. Effect of copper nanoparticles and copper sulphate on oxidation stress, cell apoptosis and immune responses in the intestines of juvenile Epinephelus coioides. Fish & shellfish immunology, 2015, 44(2): 674-682.

6. Zhao GM*, Han Y, Sun X et al. Salinity stress increases secondary metabolites and enzyme activity in safflower. Industrial crops and products, 2015, 64: 175-181.

7.Wang Y, Wang S, Ge Y*, et al. Review of arsenic speciation, toxicity and metabolism in microalgae. Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology, 2015, 14(3): 427-451.

8.Chen G, Hu Q, Yu L*, Xu GH*, et al. Rice potassium transporter OsHAK 1 is essential for maintaining potassium‐mediated growth and functions in salt tolerance over low and high potassium concentration ranges. Plant, cell & environment, 2015, 38(12): 2747-2765.

9.Song JB, Wang YX, Zhou ZS*, et al. The F-box family genes as key elements in response to salt, heavy mental, and drought stresses in Medicago truncatula. Functional & integrative genomics, 2015, 15(4): 495-507.

10.Xu HH, Liang MX*, Xu L, et al. Cloning and functional characterization of two abiotic stress-responsive Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) fructan 1-exohydrolases (1-FEHs). Plant molecular biology, 2015, 87(1-2): 81-98.