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Faculty and Staff
 
Name:
LIU Wenyao
Education:
Ph.D
Positions:
 
Academic title:
Professor
Postal Code:
650223
Subject categories:
Ecology
Mailing Address:
88 Xuefu Road, Kunming 650223 Yunnan China
E-mail:
liuwy@xtbg.ac.cn

Resume:
 

Direction:
 
 Restoration Ecology

Achievements:
 

Article:
 

Wu Y, Song L, Liu WY, Liu WJ, Li S, Fu PL, Shen YX, Wu JE, Wang PY, Chen Q et al: Fog Water Is Important in Maintaining the Water Budgets of Vascular Epiphytes in an Asian Tropical Karst Forests during the Dry Season. Forests 2018, 9(5).

            Liu S, Liu WY, Shi XM, Li S, Hu T, Song L, Wu CS: Dry-hot stress significantly reduced the nitrogenase activity of epiphytic cyanolichen. Science of the Total Environment 2018, 619:630-637.

            Shi XM, Song L, Liu WY, Lu HZ, Qi JH, Li S, Chen X, Wu JF, Liu S, Wu CS: Epiphytic bryophytes as bio-indicators of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in a subtropical montane cloud forest: Response patterns, mechanism, and critical load. Environmental Pollution 2017, 229:932-941.

            Li S, Liu S, Shi XM, Liu WY, Song L, Lu HZ, Chen X, Wu CS: Forest Type and Tree Characteristics Determine the Vertical Distribution of Epiphytic Lichen Biomass in Subtropical Forests. Forests 2017, 8(11).

          Song L, Lu HZ, Xu XL, Li S, Shi XM, Chen X, Wu Y, Huang JB, Chen Q, Liu S et al: Organic nitrogen uptake is a significant contributor to nitrogen economy of subtropical epiphytic bryophytes. Scientific Reports 2016, 6. 

            Chen X, Liu WY, Song L, Li S, Wu Y, Shi XM, Huang JB, Wu CS: Physiological Responses of Two Epiphytic Bryophytes to Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Sulfur Addition in a Subtropical Montane Cloud Forest. PLoS One 2016, 11(8). 

          Lu HZ, Song L, Liu WY, Xu XL, Hu YH, Shi XM, Li S, Ma WZ, Chang YF, Fan ZX et al: Survival and Growth of Epiphytic Ferns Depend on Resource Sharing. Front Plant Sci 2016, 7:8.  

  Chen X, Liu WY, Song L, Li S, Wu CS, Lu HZ: Adaptation of epiphytic bryophytes in the understorey attributing to the correlations and trade-offs between functional traits. Journal of Bryology 2016, 38(2):110-117. 

Song L, Zhang YJ, Chen X, Li S, Lu HZ, Wu CS, Tan ZH, Liu WY, Shi XM: Water relations and gas exchange of fan bryophytes and their adaptations to microhabitats in an Asian subtropical montane cloud forest. Journal of Plant Research 2015, 128(4):573-584.

 Song L, Ma WZ, Yao YL, Liu WY, Li S, Chen K, Lu HZ, Cao M, Sun ZH, Tan ZH et al: Bole bryophyte diversity and distribution patterns along three altitudinal gradients in Yunnan, China. Journal of Vegetation Science 2015, 26(3):576-587.

   Lu HZ, Liu WY, Yu FH, Song L, Xu XL, Wu CS, Zheng YL, Li YP, Gong HD, Chen K et al: Higher clonal integration in the facultative epiphytic fern Selliguea griffithiana growing in the forest canopy compared with the forest understorey. Annals of Botany 2015, 116(1):113-122.

  Liu WJ, Luo QP, Li JT, Wang PY, Lu HJ, Liu WY, Li HM: The effects of conversion of tropical rainforest to rubber plantation on splash erosion in Xishuangbanna, SW China. Hydrology Research 2015, 46(1):168-174.   Li S, Liu WY, Li DW, Song L, Shi XM, Lu HZ: Species richness and vertical stratification of epiphytic lichens in subtropical primary and secondary forests in southwest China. Fungal Ecol 2015, 17:30-40.

    Liu WJ, Li PJ, Duan WP, Liu WY: Dry-season water utilization by trees growing on thin karst soils in a seasonal tropical rainforest of Xishuangbanna, Southwest China. Ecohydrology 2014, 7(3):927-935. 

  Liu WJ, Li JT, Lu HJ, Wang PY, Luo QP, Liu WY, Li HM: Vertical patterns of soil water acquisition by non-native rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) in Xishuangbanna, southwest China. Ecohydrology 2014, 7(4):1234-1244. 

 Li S, Liu WY, Li DW, Li ZX, Song L, Chen K, Fu Y: Slower rates of litter decomposition of dominant epiphytes in the canopy than on the forest floor in a subtropical montane forest, southwest China. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 2014, 70:211-220. 

  Zhao XJ, Liu WY, Zhou M: Lack of local adaptation of invasive crofton weed (Ageratina adenophora) in different climatic areas of Yunnan Province, China. Journal of Plant Ecology 2013, 6(4):316-322. 

 Li S, Liu WY, Li DW: Epiphytic lichens in subtropical forest ecosystems in southwest China: Species diversity and implications for conservation. Biological Conservation 2013, 159:88-95. 

 Li S, Liu WY, Li DW: Bole epiphytic lichens as potential indicators of environmental change in subtropical forest ecosystems in southwest China. Ecological Indicators 2013, 29:93-104. 

 Song L, Liu WY, Nadkarni NM: Response of non-vascular epiphytes to simulated climate change in a montane moist evergreen broad-leaved forest in southwest China. Biological Conservation 2012, 152:127-135. 

   Song L, Liu WY, Ma WZ, Qi JH: Response of epiphytic bryophytes to simulated N deposition in a subtropical montane cloud forest in southwestern China. Oecologia 2012, 170(3):847-856. 

  Gao L, Liu WY, Shen YX, Liu WJ: TRADE-OFF RESPONSES OF THE CLONAL PLANT WATER LETTUCE (PISTIA STRATIOTES L.) TO THE ALLELOPATHY OF CROFTON WEED (EUPATORIUM ADENOPHORUM SPRENG). Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 2012, 58(4):313-324. 

   Song LA, Liu WY, Ma WZ, Tan ZH: Bole epiphytic bryophytes on Lithocarpus xylocarpus (Kurz) Markgr. in the Ailao Mountains, SW China. Ecological Research 2011, 26(2):351-363. 

  Shen YX, Zhao CY, Liu WY: Seed vigor and plant competitiveness resulting from seeds of Eupatorium adenophorum in a persistent soil seed bank. Flora 2011, 206(11):935-942. 

   Liu WJ, Liu WY, Lu HJ, Duan WP, Li HM: Runoff generation in small catchments under a native rain forest and a rubber plantation in Xishuangbanna, southwestern China. Water and Environment Journal 2011, 25(1):138-147. 

   Li S, Liu WY, Wang LS, Ma WZ, Song L: Biomass, diversity and composition of epiphytic macrolichens in primary and secondary forests in the subtropical Ailao Mountains, SW China. Forest Ecology and Management 2011, 261(11):1760-1770. 

  Liu WJ, Liu WY, Li PJ, Duan WP, Li HM: Dry season water uptake by two dominant canopy tree species in a tropical seasonal rainforest of Xishuangbanna, SW China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2010, 150(3):380-388. 

     Li XS, Liu WY, Tang CQ: The role of the soil seed and seedling bank in the regeneration of diverse plant communities in the subtropical Ailao Mountains, Southwest China. Ecological Research 2010, 25(6):1171-1182. 

    Li XS, Liu WY, Chen JW, Tang CQ, Yuan CM: Regeneration pattern of primary forest species across forest-field gradients in the subtropical Mountains of Southwestern China. Journal of Plant Research 2010, 123(6):751-762. 

  Yuan CM, Liu WY, Tang CQ, Li XS: Species composition, diversity, and abundance of lianas in different secondary and primary forests in a subtropical mountainous area, SW China. Ecological Research 2009, 24(6):1361-1370. 

    Ma WZ, Liu WY, Li XJ: Species composition and life forms of epiphytic bryophytes in old-growth and secondary forests in Mt. Ailao, SW China. Cryptogamie Bryologie 2009, 30(4):477-500. 

   Yang LP, Liu WY, Ma WZ: Woody debris stocks in different secondary and primary forests in the subtropical Ailao Mountains, southwest China. Ecological Research 2008, 23(5):805-812. 

  Liu WJ, Wang PY, Liu WY, Li JT, Li PJ: The importance of radiation fog in the tropical seasonal rain forest of Xishuangbanna, south-west China. Hydrology Research 2008, 39(1):79-87. 

   Liu WJ, Liu WY, Li JT, Wu ZW, Li HM: Isotope variations of throughfall, stemflow and soil water in a tropical rain forest and a rubber plantation in Xishuangbanna, SW China. Hydrology Research 2008, 39(5-6):437-449. 

    Shen YX, Liu WY, Cao M, Li YH: Seasonal variation in density and species richness of soil seed-banks in karst forests and degraded vegetation in central Yunnan, SW China. Seed Science Research 2007, 17(2):99-107. 

 Liu WJ, Liu WY, Li PJ, Gao L, Shen YX, Wang PY, Zhang YP, Li HM: Using stable isotopes to determine sources of fog drip in a tropical seasonal rain forest of Xishuangbanna, SW China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2007, 143(1-2):80-91. 

    Shen YX, Liu WY, Baskin JM, Baskin CC, Cao M: Persistent soil seed banks of the globally significant invasive species, Eupatorium adenophorum, in Yunnan Province, south-western China. Seed Science Research 2006, 16(2):157-162. 

   Liu WY, Fox JED, Xu ZF: Litterfall and nutrient dynamics in a montane moist evergreen broad-leaved forest in Ailao Mountains, SW China. Plant Ecology 2003, 164(2):157-170. 

   Liu WY, Fox JED, Xu ZF: Nutrient budget of a montane evergreen broad-leaved forest at Ailao Mountain National Nature Reserve, Yunnan, southwest China. Hydrological Processes 2003, 17(6):1119-1134. 

    Liu WY, Fox JED, Xu ZF: Biomass and nutrient accumulation in montane evergreen broad-leaved forest (Lithocarpus xylocarpus type) in Ailao Mountains, SW China. Forest Ecology and Management 2002, 158(1-3):223-235. 

   Liu WY, Fox JED, Xu ZF: Nutrient fluxes in bulk precipitation, throughfall and stemflow in montane subtropical moist forest on Ailao Mountains in Yunnan, south-west China. Journal of Tropical Ecology 2002, 18:527-548. 

  Liu WY, Fox JED, Xu ZF: Leaf litter decomposition of canopy trees, bamboo and moss in a montane moist evergreen broad-leaved forest on Ailao Mountain, Yunnan, south-west China. Ecological Research 2000, 15(4):435-447. 

Sheng, C. Y., Liu, L. H. & Liu. W. Y. (2000). Biomass and dynamics of soil environment during the early stage of vegetation restoration in a degradation dry-hot mountain area of Nanjian, Yunnan. Acta Phytoecologica Sinica 24 (5): 575-580.

Liu, W. Y., Liu. L. H. & He, A. (2000) Decomposition of leaf litter in Pinus yunnanensis forest and evergreen broad-leaved forest in central Yunnan. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 22: 298-306.

Liu, W. Y. (2000) The role of epiphytic materials in nutrient cycling of forest ecosystem. Chinese Journal of Ecology 19: 30-35.

Liu, W. Y., Liu, L. H. & Sheng, C. Y. (1999) Adaptability and application of biological engineering for controlling debris flow. Journal of Mountain Science 17: 358-362.

Liu, W. Y., Liu, L. H., Qiu, X. Z., Xie, S. C. & Sheng, C. Y. (1999) Bio-ecological engineering prevention and control of debris flow of Houshan by Nanjian County Town, Yunnan. Journal of Mountain Science 17: 136-140.

Liu, W. Y., Liu, L. H., Qiu, X. Z., Xie, S. C., Sheng, C. Y. & Tang C. (1999) Environmental characteristics and its control of dry-hot degraded mountainous area by Nanjian County, Yunnan Province. Journal of Soil Erosion and Soil and Water Conservation 5: 87-95.

Liu, W. Y., Sheng, C. Y. & Liu, L. H. (1999) Vegetation restoration on degraded mountainous area of dry-hot river valley in Nanjian County, Yunnan Province. Journal of Beijing Forestry University 21: 9-13.

Liu, W. Y., Sheng, C. Y. & Liu, L. H. (1999) Analysis of benefit of vegetation restoration on degraded mountainous area of dry-hot river valley in Nanjian County. Guihaia 19: 215-220.

Liu, W.Y. (1999) Study on rainfall erosivity and soil erodibility in the Zhaotong Basin, Yunnan Province. Yunnan Geological Environment Research 11: 76-82.

Liu, W. Y., Liu, L. H. & Sheng, C. Y. (1999) Experience on bio-ecological engineering harnessing of gullies in degraded mountainous region in dry-hot valley, Nanjian, Yunnan. Yunnan Geological Environment Research 11: 38-43.

 

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