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张全国 Quan-Guo Zhang   
博士 博士生导师 Professor of Ecology
E-mail:zhangqg@bnu.edu.cn
个人主页:Personal homepage: none, but see researchgate page: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Quan-Guo_Zhang
个人简历

       2001年获北京师范大学生物学理学学士学位,2005年获北京师范大学生态学理学博士学位,2008年获牛津大学生态学哲学博士学位。2009年进入北京师范大学地表过程与资源生态国家重点实验室工作,2015年9月转入生命科学学院。2012年获得自然科学基金优秀青年项目,2013年入选“万人计划”青年拔尖人才支持计划。迄今在Ecology Letters, Evolution等刊物发表论文近20篇。任《生物多样性》编委。 

       Resume
       2014-present, Professor, Beijing Normal University
       2009-2014, Associate Professor, Beijing Normal University
       2005-2008, DPhil, University of Oxford
       2001-2005, PhD, Beijing Normal University
       1997-2001, BS, Beijing Normal University
 

主要研究内容

实验进化生态学:以模式微生物系统开展进化实验,研究快速变化环境中种群适应性进化发生的规律以及对种群续存的影响,并借鉴进化生态方面的理论研究细菌抗药性进化的控制。
土壤病毒生态学:通过野外和室内操纵实验研究土壤病毒在微生物群落结构和功能维持方面发挥的作用,以及病毒对细菌造成的下行控制在全球变化背景下的响应。

Research interests
       I use the experimental evolution approach to study how populations adapt to changing environments, in particular how biotic interactions affect abiotic adaptation.  The bacteria Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas fluorescens, and their lytic viruses, are the main systems we work with.  The major question to be addressed in our lab in the next several years is the temperature dependence of mutation rate and strength of natural selection, which is crucial for explaining the biodiversity pattern on Earth. 
       I am also interested in soil viral ecology, and will do some field and lab experiments to examine their effects on microbial diversity maintenance. 
 

代表性论著

Selected Publications

Zhang, Q.-G. & Buckling, A. (2017). Migration highways and migration barriers created by host–parasite interactions. Ecology Letters, early view, DOI: 10.1111/ele.12700
Zhang, Q.-G. & Buckling, A. (2016). Resource-dependent antagonistic coevolution leads to a new paradox of enrichment. Ecology, 97, 1319-1328.
Hao, Y.-Q., Brockhurst, M.A., Petchey, O.L. & Zhang, Q.-G. (2015). Evolutionary rescue can be impeded by temporary environmental amelioration. Ecology Letters, 18, 892-898.
Zhang Q.-G. & Buckling A. (2012). Phages limit the evolution of bacterial antibiotic resistance in experimental microcosms. Evolutionary Applications, 5, 575-582. (Recommended by F1000: http://f1000.com/prime/718180369).
Zhang Q.G., Buckling A. (2011). Antagonistic coevolution limits population persistence of a virus in a thermally deteriorating environment. Ecology Letters, 14, 282-288.