专职教师/共建团队PI
吴文学
副教授/副研究员
单位:生物海洋学与生态研究所 行政职务:
学科专业:海洋生态学 专业技术资格/导师:副教授/硕士生导师
办公电话:
电子邮箱:wuwenxue@mail.sysu.edu.cn
通讯地址:广东省珠海市中山大学珠海校区海洋科学学院

研究方向

海洋微生物生态学

招生专业

海洋生物学

个人详细介绍

I recieved my PhD degree from Xiamen University in 2014. During the past few years, I mainly worked on marine microbial ecology by employing molecular approaches. My recent interests focus on the community assembly, in particular, of marine eukaryotes.


Experience

2018.02–  Associate Professor, Sun Yat-sen University

2017.03–2018.03  Post-doc, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

2014.12–2016.11  Post-doc, Taiwan University


Publication

Yang J, Wu W, Chung C-C, Chiang K-P, Gong G-C, Hsieh C-H (2018) Predator and prey biodiversity relationship and its consequences on marine ecosystem functioning—interplay between nanoflagellates and bacterioplankton. ISME J 12: 1532–1542.

Wu W, Lu H-P, Sastri A, Yeh Y-C, Gong G-C, Chou W-C and Hsieh C-H (2018) Contrasting the relative importance of species sorting and dispersal limitation in shaping marine bacterial versus protist communities. ISME J 12: 485–494.

Wu W, Logares R, Huang B and Hsieh C-H (2017) Abundant and rare picoeukaryotic sub-communities present contrasting patterns in epipelagic waters of marginal seas in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. Environ Microbiol 19: 287–300.

Wu W, Wang L, Liao Y, Xu S and Huang B (2017) Spatial and seasonal distributions of photosynthetic picoeukaryotes along an estuary to basin transect in the northern South China Sea. J Plankton Res 39: 423–435.

Wu W, Wang L, Liao Y and Huang B (2015) Microbial eukaryotic diversity and distribution in a river plume and cyclonic eddy-influenced ecosystem in the South China Sea. MicrobiologyOpen 5: 826–840.

Wu W, Huang B, Liao Y and Sun P (2014) Picoeukaryotic diversity and distribution in the subtropical-tropical South China Sea. FEMS Microbiol Ecol 89: 563–579.

Wu W, Huang B and Zhong C (2014) Photosynthetic picoeukaryote assemblages in the South China Sea from the Pearl River estuary to the SEATS station. Aquat Microb Ecol 71: 271–284.


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