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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:
 

  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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