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罗雪松

发布日期:2016-05-19发表者:浏览次数:

姓名:罗雪松   职称:讲师  

E-mailxuesongluo@mail.hzau.edu.cn

研究方向:土壤生物学

个人简介

2001-2010年于武汉大学生命科学学院生物技术专业、微生物学专业先后获得学士、博士学位,2010-2013年于中国地质大学环境科学工程博士后流动站从事博士后研究,2013年底加入华中农业大学资源与环境学院。主要研究方向为土壤微生物及其介导的生物地球化学循环。参与发表SCI论文45篇,其中第一作者或通讯作者身份发表的SCI论文13篇(含并列一作和并列通讯作者)。担任IJSEMJournal of Basic MicrobiologySCI期刊审稿人。参编《中国大百科全书》2018版、《细菌名称双解及分类词典2011

教学情况

本科生:土壤生物学 微生物生态学

研究生:环境微生物学前沿

入职以来以第一作者或通讯作者(含并列)发表的SCI论文:

(1) Luo Xuesong, Fu Xiaoqian, Yang Yun, Cai Peng, Peng Shaobing, Chen WenliHuang Qiaoyun. Microbial communities play important roles in modulating paddy soil fertility. Sci Rep (2016) 6:20326-20326.

(2) Luo Xuesong, Han Shun, Lai Songsong, Huang QiaoyunChen Wenli. Long-term straw returning affects Nitrospira-like nitrite oxidizing bacterial community in a rapeseed-rice rotation soil. J Basic Microbiol (2017) 57(4):309-315.

(3) Luo XuesongZeng Xian-Chun, He Zhancan, Lu Xiaolu, Yuan Jie, Shi Jingjing, Liu Ming, Pan Yunfan, Wang Yan-Xin. Isolation and characterization of a radiation-resistant bacterium from Taklamakan Desert showing potent ability to accumulate Lead (II) and considerable potential for bioremediation of radioactive wastes. Ecotoxicology (2014) 23:1915-1921.

(4) Luo Xue-Song, Pan Yun-Fan, Shi Jing-Jing, Dai Jun, Hou Sha, Fang Cheng-Xiang, Peng Fang. Evidence of the Presence of bacteria highly resistant to beta-Lactam antibiotics in Taklimakan Desert and biochemical characterization of Paramesorhizobium deserti gen. nov., sp nov.Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics (2015) 42(1):56-62.

(5) Yu Li Zhi-Han, Luo Xue-Song*, Liu Ming, Huang Qiaoyun. Diversity of ionizing radiation-resistant bacteria obtained from the Taklimakan Desert. J Basic Microbiol (2015) 55(1):135-140.

(6) Yang Ning, Liu Ming, Luo Xuesong*Pan Jicheng. Draft genome sequence of Strain ATCC 17802(T), the type strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Mar Genomics (2015) 24(3):203-205.

(7) Xu LinghuaZeng Xian-Chun*, Nie YaoLuo Xuesong*, Zhou Enmin, Zhou Lingli, Pan Yunfan, Li Wenjun. Pontibacter diazotrophicus sp. nov., a novel nitrogen-fixing bacterium of the family Cytophagaceae. PLos One (2014) 9(3): e92294-e92294.