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    Principal Investigator: Lirong SONG, Dr. /Prof.

    Members:

    Nanqin GANDr., Associate prof.

    Lin LI, Dr., Associate prof.

    Wei CHEN, Dr., Associate prof.

    Yunzhi ZHU, Technician

    Lingling ZHENG, Technician

    Shengjuan GUO, Dr. Research Officer

    Projects Assistants:

    Fan DU,Tingting PENG, Jin LIU, Yunlu JIA

    Contact Us:

    Lirong SONG

    E-mail: lrsong@ihb.ac.cn 

    Tel: 86-27-68780806

    General Introduction:

    The goal of the group aims at: 1.Elucidation of the dynamics of bloom in large-shallow lakes and its driving forces; 2. Understanding the production, toxicity and fate of cyanobacterial toxins/off-flavor substances; 3. Physiological aspects of bio-diesel-producing algae and other high value algae. Recently, we illustrated, from physiological point of view, the phenomena why the colonial Microcystis have better adaptation over stress compared with single ones. We found that the water-sediment interface may play a great role in the degradation of cyanobacteial toxins in large-shallow lakes. Currently, several projects are being carried out in area of the cyanobacterial bloom, cyanobacterial toxins and off-flavor substances, etc.

    Recent Publications:

    Wei Chen, Lin Li, Nanqin Gan, Lirong Song. Optimization of an effective extraction procedure for the analysis of microcystins in soils and lake sediments. Environmental pollution, 2006, 143: 241-246

    Wei Chen, Lirong Song, Nanqin Gan, Lin Li. Sorption, degradation and mobility of microcystins in Chinese agriculture soils: Risk assessment for groundwater protection. Environmental pollution, 2006, 144: 752-758

    Hui Zeng, Lirong Song, Zhigang Yu, Hongtao Chen. Distribution of phytoplankton in the three-Gorge reservoir during rainy and dry seasons. Science of the total environment, 2006, 367: 999-1009

    Hongbin Li, Guoxiang Hou, Feng Dakui, Bangding Xiao, Lirong Song, Yongding Liu. Prediction and elucidation of the population dynamics of Microcystis spp. in Lake Dianchi (China) by means of artificial neural networks. Ecological informatics, 2007, 2(2): 184-192

    Guoxiang Hou, Hongbin Li, Recknagel F., Lirong Song. Using the moving window incorporated neural network to forecast the population behavior of Nostocales spp. in the River Darling, Australia. Fresenius environmental bulletin, 2007,16(3): 304-309

    Hui Zeng, Lirong Song. Post-Impoundment Biomass and Composition of Phytoplankton in the Yangtze River, International Review of Hydrobiology, 2007, 92(3): 267–280

    Hong Shen, Lirong Song. Comparative studies on physiological responses to phosphorus in two phenotypes of bloom-forming Microcystis. Hydrobiologia, 2007, 592: 475-486

    Jie Li, Lirong Song. Applicability of the MTT assay for measuring viability of cyanobacteria and algae specifically for Microcystis aeruginosa (Chroococcales, Cyanobacteria). Phycologia, 2007, 46: 593–599

    Lin Li, Neng Wan, Nanqin Gan, Bangding Xiao, Lirong Song. Annual dynamics and origins of the odourous compounds in the pilot experimental area of Lake Dianchi, China. Water Science and Technology, 2007, 55: 43-50

    Zhongxing Wu, Nanqin Gan, Lirong Song. Genetic Diversity: Geographical Distribution and Toxin Profiles of Microcystis Strains(Cyanobacteria) in China, Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 2007, 49: 262-269

    Lirong Song, Wei Chen, Liang Peng, Neng Wan, Nanqin Gan, Xiaoming Zhang. Distribution and bioaccumulation of microcystins in water columns: A systematic investigation into the environmental fate and the risks associated with microcystins in Meiliang Bay, Lake TaihuWater Research, 2007, 41(13): 2853-2864

    Wei Chen, Lirong Song, Liang Peng, Neng Wan, Xiaoming Zhang, Nanqin Gan. Reduction in microcystin concentrations in large and shallow lakes: Water and sediment-interface contributions. Water Research, 2008, 42: 763-773

    Chenlin Hu, Nanqin Gan, Zhike He and Lirong Song. A novel chemiluminescent immunoassay for microcystin (MC) detection based on gold nanoparticles label and its application to MC analysis in aquatic environmental samples. International journal of environmental analytical chemistry, 2008, 88(4): 267-277

    Zhongxing Wu, Lirong Song, Renhui Li. Different tolerances and responses to low temperature and darkness between waterbloom forming cyanobacterium Microcystis and a green alga Scenedesmus. Hydrobiologia, 2008, 596: 47–55

    Zhongxing Wu, Lirong Song. Physiological Comparison between Colonial and Unicellular forms of Microcystis Aeruginosa Kütz. (Cyanobacteria). Phycologia, 2008, 47(1):98–104

    Lili Wei, Baojian Sun, Lirong Song, Pin Nie. Gene expression profiles in liver of zebrafish treated with microcystin-LR. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 2008, 26(1): 6-12 

    Neng Wan, Jun Tang, Qingman Li, Song Lirong. The responses of Microcystis to sediment environments and the assessment for its overwintering--a simulation study in a novel device. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 2008, 17(11): 2146-2151

     

     

     

     

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