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刘方邻

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刘方邻:博士,研究员,博士生导师。中国科学技术大学兼职教授。欢迎具有生态学、分子生物学、物理化学背景的研究生和博士后加入我们的研究团队!

Fanglin Liu: Ph.D, Professor.He graduated from Anhui Normal University in 1990, obtained a M.Sc degree in Ecology from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Science in 1999, and received a Ph.D. in Zoology from Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2004.Before joining the Institute of Technological Biology and Agricultural Engineering Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Science in 2011, he worked at the Research Institute of Resources Insects, Chinese Academy of Forestry and the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Science.His research revolves around the ecology of the insect-plant-microbe interkingdom interactions. Most of the work is designed to elucidate behavioral and physico-chemical mechanisms underlying interactions between honeybees and flowering plants, as well as phyllosphere microbiota, and to develop ecological techniques for natural management and sustainable agriculture. His work, supported primarily by NNFC,973 Program and National Sci-Tech Support Plan, has produced over 20 papers in peer-reviewed journals and 5 filed and issued patents.

Selected Publications (*corresponding author)

Fanglin Liu*, Jie Gao, Nayan Di, Lynn, S. Adler (2015) Nectar attracts foraging honey bees with components of their queen pheromones. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 41 (11):1028-1243.

Maria Gabriela de Brito Sanchez*, Esther Lorenzo, Songkun Su, Fanglin Liu, Yi Zhan, Martin Giurfa. (2013). The tarsal taste of honey bees: behavioral and electrophysiological analyses. Frontier in Behavioral Neuroscience, 4(8): 25.

Jie Gao, Guangyin Zhao, Yusheng Yu, Fanglin Liu*. (2010) High concentration of nectar quercetin enhances worker resistance to queen’s signals in bees. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 36 (11):1241-1243.

Fanglin Liu, Jin Chen, Jianping Chai, Xuewen Zhang, David Roubik*. (2007) Adaptive functions of defensive plant phenolics and a nonlinear bee response to nectar components. Functional Ecology, 21 (1): 96-100.

Fanglin Liu*, Xuewen Zhang, Jianping Chai, Darong Yang. (2006) Pollen phenolics and regulation of pollen foraging in honeybee colony. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 59 (4): 582-588.