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Name:
LI Qiaoming
Education:
Ph.D
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Academic title:
Associate Professor
Postal Code:
650223
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Mailing Address:
88 Xuefu Road, Kunming 650223 Yunnan, China
E-mail:
lqm@xtbg.ac.cn

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1.     Shao XN, Brown C, Worthy SJ, Liu L, Cao M, Li QM, Lin LX, Swenson NG: Intra-specific relatedness, spatial clustering and reduced demographic performance in tropical rainforest trees. Ecology Letters 2018, 21(8):1174-1181.

  2.  Shao XN, Li QM, Lin LX, He TH: On the origin and genetic variability of the two invasive biotypes of Chromolaena odorata. Biological Invasions 2018, 20(8):2033-2046.

  3.         Xu WM, Liu L, He TH, Cao M, Sha LQ, Hu YH, Li QM, Li J: Soil properties drive a negative correlation between species diversity and genetic diversity in a tropical seasonal rainforest. Scientific Reports 2016, 6.

4.         Xu WM, Ci XQ, Song CY, He TH, Zhang WF, Li QM, Li J: Soil phosphorus heterogeneity promotes tree species diversity and phylogenetic clustering in a tropical seasonal rainforest. Ecology and Evolution 2016, 6(24):8719-8726.

5.         Yu XQ, He TH, Zhao JL, Li QM: Invasion genetics of Chromolaena odorata (Asteraceae): extremely low diversity across Asia. Biological Invasions 2014, 16(11):2351-2366.

6.         Zhao JL, Zhang L, Dayanandan S, Nagaraju S, Liu DM, Li QM: Tertiary Origin and Pleistocene Diversification of Dragon Blood Tree (Dracaena cambodiana-Asparagaceae) Populations in the Asian Tropical Forests. Plos One 2013, 8(4).

7.         Liu L, Wang ZF, Li QM, Ye WH, Cao HL, Wang ZM: ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROSATELLITE MARKERS IN BEILSCHMIEDIA ROXBURGHIANA (LAURACEAE). Applications in Plant Sciences 2013, 1(8).

8.         Gao J, He TH, Li QM: Traditional home-garden conserving genetic diversity: a case study of Acacia pennata in southwest China. Conservation Genetics 2012, 13(4):891-898.

9.         Yu XQ, Li QM: ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROSATELLITE MARKERS FOR A WORLDWIDE INVASIVE WEED, CHROMOLAENA ODORATA (ASTERACEAE). American Journal of Botany 2011, 98(9):E259-E261.

10.       Zhao JL, He TH, Li QM: Contrasting coarse and fine scale genetic structure among isolated relic populations of Kmeria septentrionalis. Genetica 2010, 138(9-10):939-944.

11.       Zhang L, Li QM: ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROSATELLITE MARKERS IN AN ENDANGERED SPECIES DRACAENA CAMBODIANA (LILIACEAE). American Journal of Botany 2010, 97(10):E91-E93.

12.       Ci XQ, Chen JQ, Li QM, Li J: AFLP and ISSR analysis reveals high genetic variation and inter-population differentiation in fragmented populations of the endangered Litsea szemaois (Lauraceae) from Southwest China. Plant Systematics and Evolution 2008, 273(3-4):237-246.

13.       Li QM, He TH, Xu ZF: Genetic evaluation of the efficacy of in situ and ex situ conservation of Parashorea chinensis (Dipterocarpaceae) in southwestern China. Biochemical Genetics 2005, 43(7-8):387-406.

14.       Li QM, He TH, Xu ZF: Generic relationships of Parashorea chinensis Wang Hsie (Dipterocarpaceae) based on cpDNA sequences. Taxon 2004, 53(2):461-466.

15.       Li QM, Xu ZF, He TH: A preliminary study on conservation genetics of endangered Vatica guangxiensis (Dipterocarpaceae). Acta Botanica Sinica 2002, 44(2):246-249.

16.      Li QM, Xu ZF, He TH: Ex situ genetic conservation of endangered Vatica guangxiensis (Dipterocarpaceae) in China. Biological Conservation 2002, 106(2):151-156.

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