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吳羽婷 (2012-2015) Albums
Position:
Post-doc Fellow
Education:
University of Leipzig & Helmholtz- UFZ
e-mail:
yutingwu@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Phone:
02-27872269
Address:
Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica
No.128, Sec. 2, Academia Rd., Nangang Dist., Taipe
City:
Taipei
Country:
Taiwan
Study Area:
Mycorrhiza symbiosis, Molecular microbial ecology – Fungi and Bacteria, Microbial diversity and ecosystem functioning, Soil Ecology
Interests & Hobbies:
Singing
Theater- seeing and playing
Biking, mountain climbing
A bit reading
Shopping, travelling
Journal and Review Papers:
  • Publications

    Wu Y.T δ., Wubet T δ., Trogisch S., Both S., Scholten T., Bruelheide H., Buscot F (2013) Forest age and plant species composition determine the soil fungal community composition in a Chinese subtropical forest. PLOS ONE 8:e66829
    δ Equally contributing authors

    Wu Y.T., Gutknecht J., Nadrowski K., Geißler C., Kühn P., Scholten T., Both S., Erfmeier A., Böhnke M., Bruelheide H., Wubet T., Buscot F (2012) Relationships between soil microorganisms, plant communities, and soil characteristics in Chinese subtropical forests. Ecosystems 15:624-636

    Bruelheide, H., Böhnke, M., Both, S., Fang, T., Assmann, T., Baruffol, M., Bauhus, J., Buscot, F., Chen, X.Y., Ding, B.Y., Durka, W., Erfmeier, A., Fischer, M., Geißler, C., Guo, D.L., Guo, L.D., Härdtle, W., He, J.S., Hector, A., Kröber, W., Kühn, P., Lang, A., Nadrowski, K., Pei, K.Q., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Shi, X.Z., Scholten, T., Schuldt, A., Trogisch, S., von Oheimb, G., Welk, E., Wirth, C., Wu, Y.T., Yang, X.F., Yu, M.J., Zeng, X.Q., Zhang, S.R., Zhou, H.Z., Ma, K.P., Schmid, B. (2010) Community assembly during secondary forest succession in Chinese subtropical forest. Ecological Monographs 81:25-41

    Wu Y.T., Wang Y.Z., Yen C.H. (2008) Quantification of Mycorrhiza from Taiwania using Real-time PCR. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 23:199-209

    Yen C.H., Wu Y.T., Wang Y.Z. (2006) Detection of Taiwania Mycorrhizal Fungi with Nested PCR. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 21:331-342

    Wu Y.T., Wang Y.Z., Yen C.H. (2004) Geosiphon pyriforme Is Evidenced to be an Ancestral Member of the Glomales by Morphological Identification and SSU rRNA Analysis. Quarterly Journal of Forest Research 26:79-91

    Dissertation and Thesis

    Wu Y.T. (2012) Relationships between plant and soil microbial communities along forest successional stages in Chinese subtropical forests. PhD thesis, Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany

    Wu Y.T. (2006) Characterization and Quantification of Mycorrhiza from Taiwania and Forest Soil. Master thesis, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan

    Talks

    Wubet T., Wu Y.T., Buscot F
    Changes in fungal community structures among forest successional stages.
    Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Oldenburg (Germany), September 2011

    Gutknecht J., Wu Y.T., Nadrowski K., Geißler C., Kühn P., Scholten T., Both S., Erfmeier
    A., Böhnke M., Bruelheide H., Wubet T., Buscot F.
    Soil microbial communities in relation to subtropical forest characteristics.
    Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Oldenburg (Germany), September 2011

    Wu Y.T., Wubet T., Gutknecht J., Buscot F.
    How are soil microbes related to forest age, plant communities and soil conditions in Chinese subtropical forests?
    7th Annual HIGRADE Conference at UFZ, Leipzig (Germany), April 2011

    Wubet T., Christ S., Wu Y.T., Gawlich M., Schnabel B., Buscot F.
    454-targeted soil fungal metagenome sequencing revealed microbial community composition differs among land-use gradients, forest age classes and biogeography.
    International Symposium of Soil Metagenomics, Braunschweig (Germany), December 2010

    Wu Y.T., Gutknecht J., Wubet T., Buscot F.
    Tracing Soil Microbial Diversity and Function in Highly Diverse Subtropical Forests of South-eastern China. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Bayreuth (Germany), September 2009

    Wu Y.T., Wang Y.Z., Yen C.H. Quantification of Mycorrhiza from Taiwania using Real-time PCR.
    Annual Symposium of Chinese Forestry Association, Yi Nan (Taiwan), December 2004

    Posters

    Wu Y.T., Yang C.Y., Tseng C.H., Saeed I., Baatar B., Rogozin D.Y., Georgievich D.A., Tang S.L.
    Microbial community and metabolic function in a meromictic lake in Siberia
    15th International Society for Microbial Ecology, Seoul (Korea), August 2014

    Wu Y.T., Wubet T., Schnabel B., Gawlich M., Buscot F.
    Pyrosequencing revealed distribution of soil fungal communities are influenced by forest age in Chinese subtropical forests
    International Symposium of Soil Metagenomics, Braunschweig (Germany), December 2010

    Wu Y.T., Gutknecht J., Nadrowski K., Geißler C., Both S., Böhnke M., Wubet T., Buscot F.
    Exploring the relationships between microbial communities, plant communities, and soil characteristics in Chinese subtropical forests
    13th International Society for Microbial Ecology, Seattle (United States), August 2010

    Invited Talks

    Wu YT (September, 2014) Forest age and plant species composition determine the soil fungal community structure in a Chinese subtropical forest.
    National Museum of Natural Science, Taichung, Taiwan

    Wu YT (May, 2014) Relationships between plant and soil microbial communities
    along forest successional stages in Chinese subtropical forests .
    School of Forestry and Resource Conservation, National Taiwan University,
    Taipei, Taiwan

    Wu YT (October, 2010) Exploring the relationships between soil microorganisms, plant communities, and soil characteristics in Chinese subtropical forests. HIGRADE graduate school, Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, Germany

    Wu YT (April, 2006) Quantification of Mycorrhiza from Taiwania using Real-time PCR.
    Department of Plant Nutrition, Leibniz-Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, Grossbeeren, Germany

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