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姓    名:
陈亚军
性    别:
职    务:
职    称:
研究员(自然科学)
通讯地址:
云南省勐腊县勐仑镇中科院西双版纳热带植物园
邮政编码:
666303
电子邮件:
chenyj@xtbg.org.cn
 中文简历:

个人主页:https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chen-Yajun

 

教育及工作经历 

教育经历 

2010.09 ~ 2015.01,中科院西双版纳热带植物园,生态学,博士 

2004.09 ~ 2007.07,中科院西双版纳热带植物园,生态学,硕士

2000.09 ~ 2004.07,江苏盐城师范学院,生物科学,学士

 

工作经历 

2021.01~ 现在,中科院西双版纳热带植物园,研究员

2016.01 ~ 2020.12,中科院西双版纳热带植物园,副研究员

2018.02 ~ 2018.05,荷兰瓦赫宁根大学,访问学者 

2012.11 ~ 2013.02,德国德累斯顿工业大学,访问学者 

2011.11 ~ 2012.02,德国德累斯顿工业大学,访问学者 

2010.09 ~ 2015.12,中科院西双版纳热带植物园,助理研究员 

  

研究领域 

主要从事植物的水分生理研究。关注极端干旱诱发树木死亡的生理机制、植物的水力结构及对气候变化方面的研究。具体的研究方向为:

1.植物的水力结构;

2.不同纬度梯度典型森林类型干旱敏感性,结合气候变化模型,评估不同森林对气候变化的响应;

3.干旱诱发植物死亡的生理学过程及机制;

4.不同功能类群植物“气穴化”的发生频度、调节与修复

5.气候变化背景下森林碳水平衡

 英文简历:
   
 研究领域:
      

植物的水分生理研究

 社会任职:
 
 获奖及荣誉:
 

2020年 中科院西部青年学者

2019年 云南省万人计划“青年拔尖人才”

2017年 云南省中青年学术技术后备人才,云南省优秀博士论文

2016年 中科院优秀博士论文,中科院青年创新促进会会员

2015年 中科院院长优秀奖,中科院优秀毕业生;

2014年 中科院野外台站联盟十佳论文

 代表论著:
 

*correspondence author#co-first author

1.      Chen YJ, Choat B, Sterck F*, Maenpuen P, Katabuchi M, Zhang SB, Tomlinson KW, Oliveira RS, Zhang YJ, Shen JX, Cao KF, Jansen S Hydraulic prediction of drought-induced plant dieback and top-kill depends on leaf habit and growth form. Ecology Letters 2021. 24:2350-2363.封面文章 ( DOI:10.1111/ele.13856)

2.      Chen YJ#,*, Maenpuen P #, Zhang YJ*, Barai K, Katabuchi M, Gao H, Sasiwimol K, Tao LB, Zhang JL*.  Quantifying vulnerability to embolism in tropical trees and lianas using five methods: Can discrepancies be explained by xylem structural traits?  New Phytologist. 2021, 229(2):805-819. #contributed equally

3.      Shen JX, Zhang YJ*, Maenpuen P, Zhang SB, Zhang L, Yang L, Tao LB, Yan PY, Zhang ZM, Li SQ, Yuan X, Kongjarat W, Kaewkamol S, Tinprabat P, Chen YJ*.  Response of four evergreen savanna shrubs to an incidence of extreme drought: High embolism resistance, branch shedding, and maintenance of nonstructural carbohydrates.  Tree Physiolology 2021, Online  DOI:10.1093/treephys/tpab150/6433008

4.      Siddiq Z, Chen YJ, Cao KF. Water flux responses of tropical trees and lianas to foliage loss caused by a heavy hailstorm. Ecohydrology 2021, e2288. (DOI:  10.1002/eco.2288)

5.      Zhang KY#, Yang D#, Zhang YB#, Ellsworth DS, Xu K, Zhang YP, Chen YJ, He F, Zhang JL*. Differentiation in stem and leaf traits among sympatric lianas, scandent shrubs and trees in a subalpine cold temperate forest. Tree Physiolology 2021, 41(11): 1992-2003 (Doi:10.1093/treephys/tpab049) #contributed equally

6.      Bai XL, Liu Q, Mohandass D, Cao M, Wen HD, Chen YJ, Gupta SK, Lin LX, Zhang JL*. Spatial autocorrelation shapes liana distribution better than topography and host tree properties in a subtropical evergreen broadleaved forest in SW China. Biotropica 2021, Accepted.

7.      Tor-ngern P, Chart-asa C, Chanthorn W, Rodtassana C, Yampum S, Unawong W, Nathalang A, Brockelman W, Srinoppawan K, Chen YJ, Hasselquist NJ. Variation of leaf-level gas exchange rates and leaf functional traits of dominant trees across three successional stages in a Southeast Asian tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 2021, 489:119101

8.     Surayothee W, Buajan S, Fu PL, Pumijumnong N, Fan ZX, Panthi S, Finnegan PM, Zhang YJ, Chen YJ, Tor-ngern P, et al. 2021. Growth-climate relationships and long-term growth trends of the tropical forest tree Choerospondias axillaris (Anacardiaceous) in East-central Thailand. Forests 2021, 12. 1655. (https://doi.org/10.3390/ f12121655)

9.     Tan FS, Song HQ, Fu PL, Chen YJ, Siddiq Z,Cao KF, Zhu SD.Hydraulic safety margins of co-occurring woody plants in a tropical karst forest experiencing frequent extreme droughts Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2020, 292–293, 108107

10.    Zhang L, Chen YJ*, Hao GY, Ma KP*, Bongers F, Sterck FJ. Conifer and broadleaved trees differ in branch allometry but maintain similar functional balances Tree Physiology 2020, 40: 511-519.

11.    Gao H, Chen YJ*, Zhang YJ, Maenpuen P, Lv S, Zhang JL*. Vessel length determination using silicone and air injection: Are there artifacts? Tree Physiology 2019, 39: 1783-1791.

12.    Zhang L, Chen YJ*, Ma KP, Bongers F, Sterck FJ. Fully exposed canopy branches in co-existing trees and lianas lack trade-offs between hydraulic conductivity, hydraulic safety and mechanical safety and are much alike in hydraulic functions in a tropical forest. Tree Physiology 2019, 39: 1713-1724

13.    Zheng YL*, Burns JH, Liao ZY, Li YP, Yang J, Chen YJ, Zhang JL, Zheng YG Species composition, functional and phylogenetic distances correlate with success of invasive Chromolaena odorata in an experimental test. Ecology Letters 2018, 21:1211-1220.

14.    Zhu SD*, Chen YJ, Fu PL, Cao KF*. Leaf turgor loss point is correlated with drought tolerance and leaf carbon economics traits.Tree Physiology, 2018, 38, 658-663

15.    Siddiq# Z, Chen YJ#, Zhang YJ, Zhang JL, Cao Cao KF* More sensitive response of crown conductance to VPD and larger water consumption in tropical evergreen than in deciduous broadleaf timber trees. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology#contributed equally2017, 247399-407

16.    Zhu SD#, Chen YJ#, Fu PL, Cao KF* Different hydraulic traits of woody plants from tropical forests with contrasting soil water availability. Tree Physiology 2017, 37, 1469–1477#contributed equally

17.    Chen YJ, Schnitzer S, Zhang YJ, Fan, ZX, Goldstein G; Tomlinson, Lin H, Zhang JL*, Cao KF*. Physiological regulation and efficient xylem water transport regulate diurnal water and carbon balances of tropical lianas. Functional Ecology 2017, 31306-317

18.    Lin H, Chen YJ, Zhang HL, Fu PL, Fan ZX. 2017 Stronger cooling effects of transpiration and morphology of the plants from a hot dry habitat than from a hot wet habitat Functional Ecology 2017, 31: 2202–2211.

19.    Lin H, Chen YJ, Song QH, Fu PL, Cleverly J, Magliulo V, Law BE, Gough CM, Hortnagl LJ, et al. Quantifying deforestation and forest degradation with thermal response Science of The Total Environment 2017, 607-608:1286-1292

20.    Li YP, Feng YL, Kang ZL, Zheng YL, Zhang JL, Chen YJ. Changes in soil microbial communities due to biological invasions can reduce allelopathic effects. Journal of Applied Ecology 2017. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12878

21.    Zhao WL, Chen YJ,  Brodribb T, Cao KF*. Weak coordination between vein and stomatal densities in 105 angiosperm tree species along altitudinal gradients in Southwest China. Functional Plant Biology, 2016. 43,1126-1133.

22.    Chen YJ*, Bongers F, Tomlinson K, Fan ZX, Lin H, Zhang SB, Zheng YL, Li YP, Cao KF*, Zhang JL. Time lags between crown and basal sap flows in tropical lianas and co-occurring trees. Tree Physiology, 2016, 36, 736-747.

23.    Chen YJ*, Cao KF, Schnitzer SA, Fan ZX, Zhang JL & Bongers F Water-use advantage for lianas over trees in tropical seasonal forests. New Phytologist, 2015, 205, 128-136.   

24.   Zhu SD#, Chen YJ#, Cao KF & Ye Q*. Interspecific variation in branch and leaf traits among three Syzygium tree species from different successional tropical forests. Functional Plant Biology, 2015, 42, 423–432#contributed equally

25.    Chen YJ, Bongers F, Zhang JL, Liu JY & Cao KF*. Different biomechanical design and ecophysiological strategies in juveniles of two liana species with contrasting growth habit. American Journal of Botany, 2014, 101, 925-934.

26.    Chen YJ, F. Bongers, K.F. Cao & Cai ZQ*. Above- and below-ground competition in high and low irradiance: tree seedling responses to a competing liana Byttneria grandifolia. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 2008, 24, 517–524.

27.    Cai ZQ*, Chen YJ & Bongers F Seasonal changes in photosynthesis and growth of Zizyphus attopensis seedlings in three contrasting microhabitats in a tropical seasonal rain forest. Tree Physiology, 2007, 27, 827-836.

28.    Cai ZQ, Chen YJ, Guo YH & Cao KF*. Responses of two field-grown coffee species to drought and re-hydration. Photosynthetica, 2005, 43, 187-193.

29.    Zhang JL*, Zhang SB, Chen YJ & Poorter L. Nutrient resorption is associated with leaf vein density and growth performance of dipterocarp tree species. Journal of Ecology, 2015, 103, 541–549.

30.    Li YP, Feng, YL*, Chen YJ and Tian YH. Soil microbes alleviates allelopathy of invasive plants. Science Bulletin, 2015, 60(12): 1083-1091.

31.    Li S, Zhang YJ, L Sack, Scoffoni C, Ishida A, Chen YJ & Cao KF*. The heterogeneity and spatial patterning of structure and physiology across the leaf surface in giant leaves of Alocasia macrorrhiza. Plos One 2013, 8, e66016.

32.    Cai ZQ*, Schnitzer SA, Wen B, Chen YJ & Bongers F. Liana diversity and abundance in three tropical forests in Xishuangbanna, SW China. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 2009, 21, 252-264.

33.    Zheng YLFeng YLValiente-Banuet ALi YPLiao ZY Zhang, JL& Chen YJ. Are invasive plants more competitive than native conspecifics? Patterns vary with competitors. Scientific Reports20155.

34.    Cao K, Fu PL, Chen YJ, Jiang YJ, Zhu SD. 2014. Implications of the ecophysiological adaptation of plants on tropical karst habitats for the ecological restoration of desertified rocky lands in southern China. Scientia Sinica Vitae. (Chinese journal with English abstract).

35.    Ding LZ, Chen YJ, Zhang JL. Leaf traits and their associations among liana species in tropical rainforest. Plant Science Journal. 2014. (Chinese journal with English abstract).

36.    Chen YJ, Cao KF, and Cai ZQ. Comparison of the eco-physiological characteristics between seedlings of lianas and trees under two light irradiances. Acta Phytoecologica Sinica, 2008, 32:639-647. (Chinese journal with English abstract)

37.    Chen YJZhang JL, Cao KF 2008 Morphological, Growth and Photosynthetic Traits of Two Liana Species in Response to Different Light and Soil Nutrients. Chinese Bulletin of Botany, 25:185-194. (Chinese journal with English abstract)

38.    Chen YJ, Wen B. Liana diversity and abundance of a tropical montane rainforest in Mengsong, Southern Yunnan, China. Guihaia, 2008, 8: 67-72. (Chinese journal with English abstract)

39.    Chen YJ, Chen JW, Cai ZQ. Lianas and Their Functions in Tropical Forests, Chinese Bulletin of Botany, 2008, 24:240-249. (Chinese journal with English abstract)

40.    Chen YJZhu SD; Cao KF. Comparison of the eco-physiological characteristics between seedlings of lianas and trees under two light irradiances. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2008, 28: 6034-6042. (Chinese journal with English abstract)

41.    Zhang Q, Chen JW, Chen YJ, Cao KF, Li BG. Photosynthetic Induction in Two Fern Species with Different Eco-types in Xishuangbanna Tropical Rainforest. Chinese Bulletin of Botany 2008, 25: 673-679. (Chinese journal with English abstract) 

Book chapter

1.     Campanello PIManzané EVillagra MZhang YJPanizza AMFrancescantonio DDRodriguez SAChen YJSantiago LGoldstein GCarbon Allocation and Water Relations of Lianas Versus Trees Carbon Allocation and Water Relations of Lianas Versus TreesTropical Tree Physiology: Adaptations and Responses in a Changing Environment, Guillermo Goldstein, Louis S Santiago, Springer International Publishing, pp 103-124

 承担科研项目情况:
 

1.国家自然基金委面上项目,32071735,热带望天树季节雨林木本植物的水分关系及对极端干旱的响应, 2021.01-2024/12,直接经费:58 万,主持;

2.云南省万人计划“青年拔尖人才”,50万,2020/01-2024/12,主持;

3.国家自然基金委国际(地区)合作与交流项目(NSFC-TRF):沿纬度梯度典型森林对气候变化的响应: 基于东经101度样带网络的研究,188.6万,2019/01-2021/12,主持;

4.中科院西部青年学者项目,50万,2021/01-2024/12,主持;

5.中国科学院国际伙伴计划项目,生物多样性沿纬度梯度的维持机制:基于中国西南—中南半岛东经101度森林样带2021/01-2023/12,40万,子课题负责人;

6.国家自然基金委国际(地区)合作与交流项目(中德NSFC-DFG):从温带到热带生物群落的木本被子植物干旱引起水力失效的机制和频度。33万,2019/01-2021/12,在研,子课题负责人;

7.云南省中青年学术技术后备人才,6万元,2018/01-2021/12,在研,主持;

8.国家自然科学基金面上项目:31570406,干旱诱发树木死亡的生理机制:以西南干热河谷为例。73.25万元,2016/01-2019/12,已结题、主持;

9.版纳植物园“一三五”专项重大突破一子课题,2017XTBG-T01,沿纬度梯度不同水热条件森林木本植物的水分关系及对环境因子的响应。20万,2017/09-2020/12;在研,主持;

10.版纳植物园“一三五”专项重大方向一子课题,2017XTBG-F05,热带冠层木质藤本及伴生树木日间碳水平衡维持的生理机制。14万元,2017/09-2020/12,主持;

11.中国科学院人才项目,中国科学院青年创新促进会会员。70万,2016/01-2019/12,主持;

12.中国科学院西部青年学者B类。15万,2016/01-2018/12,主持;

13.国家自然科学基金青年项目,31100291、季节性干旱维持木质藤本多样性的生理机制研究。25万,2012/01-2014/12,主持;

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