31434722.11 , 2017

陆雅海

职称:教授、长江特聘教授

研究方向:土壤微生物学、微生物地理学、生物地球化学

所属系别:自然地理教研室

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Email:luyh@pku.edu.cn

教育经历

工作经历

14-北京大学长江特聘教授

04-13 中国农业大学资源与环境学院长江特聘教授

02-04 德国马普学会陆地微生物学研究所博士后

00-02 日本名古屋大学JSPS特别研究员

88-00 中国水稻研究所助理研究员

99 菲律宾国际水稻研究所研究项目顾问

95-98 菲律宾国际水稻研究所博士论文研究生

83-85 浙江省上虞农业局技术员

书籍编撰

学术任职

主任 中国土壤学会名词工作委员会

副主任 中国土壤学会土壤生物和生化专业委员会

副主任 中国生态学会微生物生态专业委员会

编委 Applied and Environmental Microbiology (ASM)

编委 FEMS Microbiology Ecology (Wiley)

编委 Microbial Ecology (Springer)

编委 ACTA GEOLOGICA SINICA English Edition (GSC)


人才培养

科学研究

研究方向
土壤微生物学、 微生物地理学、生物地球化学。

目前主要兴趣包括:
厌氧微生物的过程与机理;厌氧微生物的环境适应与进化;甲烷产生和氧化的微生物机理;微生物过程的环境调控作用;微生物地理分布规律。所采用的主要研究手段包括:分子生物学技术、环境基因组学、单细胞测序技术、稳定同位素示踪技术等。

研究项目举例:
国家自然科学基金重点:水稻土甲烷氧化的微生物机理与关键调控因子(2012)
国家自然科学基金重点:干湿交替条件下水稻土的碳循环特征及微生物学机理(2009)


教研成果

1.Ma K, R Conrad, Y Lu*. 2013. Dry/wet cycles change the activity and population dynamics of methanotrophs in rice field soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 79:4932-4939.

2.Cheng L, J Rui, Q Li, H Zhang, Y Lu*. 2013. Enrichment and dynamics of novel syntrophs in a methanogenic hexadecane-degrading culture from a Chinese oilfield. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 83:757-766

3.Gan Y, Q Qiu, P Liu, J Rui, Y Lu*. 2012. Syntrophic oxidation of propionate in rice field soil at 15 and 30°C under methanogenic conditions. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 78:4923-4932.

4.Conrad R, K Melanie, Y Lu, A Chidthaisong. 2012. Methanogenic pathway and archaeal communities in three different anoxic soils amended with rice straw and maize straw. Frontiers in Microbiology 3:4. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2012.00004.

5.Conrad R, K Melanie, Q Yuan, Y Lu, A Chidthaisong. 2012. Stable carbon isotope fractionation, carbon flux partitioning and priming effects in anoxic soils during methanogenic degradation of straw and soil organic matter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 49:193-199.

6.Lü Z, Y Lu*. 2012. Methanocella conradii sp. nov., a thermophilic, obligate hydrogenotrophic methanogen, isolated from Chinese rice field soil. PLoS ONE 7(4): e35279. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0035279.

7.Lü Z, Y Lu*. 2012. Complete genome sequence of a thermophilic methanogen, Methanocella conradii HZ254, isolated from Chinese rice field soil. Journal of Bacteriology 194:2398-2399.

8.Ke X, Y Lu*. 2012. Adaptation of ammonia-oxidizing microbes to environment shift of paddy field soil. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 80:87-97.

9.Yuan Q, P Liu, Y Lu*. 2012. Differential responses of nirK- and nirS-carrying bacteria to denitrifying conditions in the anoxic rice field soil. Environmental Microbiology Reports 4:113-122.

10.Ma K, R Conrad, Y Lu*. 2012. Responses of methanogen mcrA genes and their transcripts to an alternate dry/wet cycle of paddy field soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78:445-454.

11.Xu Y, K Ma, S Huang, L Liu, Y Lu*. 2012. Diel cycle of methanogen mcrA transcripts in rice rhizosphere. Environmental Microbiology Reports 4:655-663.

12.Cheng L, L Dai, X Li, H Zhang, Y Lu*. 2011. Isolation and characterization of Methanothermobacter crinale sp. nov., a novel hydrogenotrophic methanogen from the Shengli oil field. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77:5212-5219.

13.Rui J, Q Qiu, Y Lu*. 2011. Syntrophic acetate oxidation under thermophilic methanogenic condition in Chinese paddy field soil. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 77:264–273.

14.Liu P, Q Qiu, Y Lu*. 2011. Syntrophomonadaceae-affiliated species as active butyrate-utilizing syntrophs in paddy field soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77:3884-3887.

15.Ma K, Y Lu*. 2011. Regulation of microbial methane production and oxidation by intermittent drainage in rice field soil. FEME Microbiology Ecology 75: 446-456.

16.Yuan Y, R Conrad, Y Lu*. 2011. Transcriptional response of methanogen mcrA genes to oxygen exposure of rice field soil. Environmental Microbiology Reports 3:320-328.

17.Fan F, F Zhang, Y Lu*. 2011. Linking plant identity and interspecific competition to soil nitrogen cycling through ammonia oxidizer communities. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43: 46-54.

18.Lu Y*, R Conrad. 2010. Stable Isotope Probing and Plants. In: JC Murrell and A Whiteley (eds). Stable Isotope Probing and Related Technologies. ASM Press, Washington, DC, pp 151-163.

19.Ma K, Q Qiu, Y Lu*. 2010. Microbial mechanism for rice variety control on methane emission from rice field soil. Global Change Biology 16: 3085-3095.

20.Chen# Y, L Wu#, R Boden, A Hillebrand, D Kumaresan1, H Moussard, M Baciu, Y Lu, JC Murrell. 2009. Life without light: microbial diversity and evidence of sulfur- and ammonium-based chemolithotrophy in Movile Cave. The ISME Journal 3:1094 – 1104. (#shared first author)

21.Qiu Q, R Conrad, Y Lu*. 2009. Cross feeding of methane carbon among bacteria on rice roots revealed by DNA-stable isotope probing. Environmental Microbiology Reports 1:355 – 361.

22.Rui J, J Peng, Y Lu*. 2009. Succession of bacterial populations during plant residue decomposition in rice field soil. Applied & Environmental Microbiology 75: 4879-4886.

23.Wang Y, X Ke, L Wu, Y Lu*. 2009. Community composition of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and archaea in rice field soil as affected by nitrogen fertilization. Systematic & Applied Microbiology 32: 27-36.

24.Wu L, K Ma, Y Lu*. 2009. Prevalence of betaproteobacterial sequences in nifH gene pools associated with roots of modern rice cultivars. Microbial Ecology 57: 58-68.

25.Wu L, K Ma, Y Lu*. 2009. Rice roots select for type I methanotrophs in rice field soil. Systematic & Applied Microbiology 32: 421-428

26.Wu L, K Ma, Q Li, X Ke, Y Lu*. 2009. Composition of archaeal community in a paddy field as affected by rice cultivar and N fertilizer. Microbial Ecology 58:819 – 826.

27.Yuan Q, Y Lu*. 2009. Response of methanogenic archaeal community to nitrate addition in rice field soil. Environmental Microbiology Reports 1:362 – 369.

28.Yuan Y, R Conrad, Y Lu*. 2009. Responses of methanogenic archaeal community to oxygen exposure in rice field soil. Environmental Microbiology Reports 1:347 – 354.

29.Fan F, F Zhang, Z Qu, Y Lu*. 2008. Plant carbon partitioning below ground in the presence of different neighboring species. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40:2266-2272.

30.Peng J, Z Lü, J Rui, Y Lu*. 2008. Dynamics of the methanogenic archaeal community during plant residue decomposition in an anoxic rice field soil. Applied & Environmental Microbiology 74:2894-2901.

31.Qiu Q, M Noll, W-R Abraham, Y Lu, R Conrad. 2008. Applying stable isotope probing of phospholipid fatty acids and rRNA in a Chinese rice field to study activity and composition of the methanotrophic bacterial communities in situ. The ISME Journal 2:602-614.

32.Yang L, FS Zhang, RZ Mao, XT Ju, XB Cai, Y Lu*. 2008. Conversion of natural ecosystems to cropland increases the soil net nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in Tibet. Pedosphere 18:699-706.

33.Lu Y, W-R Abraham, R Conrad. 2007. Spatial variation of active microbiota in the rice rhizosphere revealed by in situ stable isotope probing of phospholipid fatty acids. Environmental Microbiology 9:474-481.

34.Lu Y, D Rosencrantz, W Liesack, R Conrad. 2006. Structure and activity of bacterial community inhabiting rice roots and the rhizosphere. Environmental Microbiology 8: 1351-1360.

35.Lu Y, R Conrad. 2005. In situ stable isotope probing of methanogenic archaea in the rice rhizosphere. Science 309:1088-1090.

36.Lu Y, T Lueders, MW Friedrich, R Conrad. 2005. Detecting active methanogenic populations on rice roots using stable isotope probing. Environmental Microbiology 7:326-336.

37.Lu Y*, J Murase, A Watanabe, A Sugimoto, M Kimura. 2004. Linking microbial community dynamics to rhizosphere carbon flow in a wetland rice soil. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 48:179-186.