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  • 姓名:丁国春

  • 性别:男

  • 职称:副教授/博士生导师

  • Emaill:gc_ding@cau.edu.cn

  • 办公地址:资环楼二区222室

教育背景

1999.09-2003.07 南京农业大学 植物保护 本科 农学学士

2003.09-2007.07 南京农业大学 植物病理 农学硕士

2007.10-2011.12 不伦吕克技术大学和尤利乌斯库恩所 微生物生态 理学博士

 

工作履历

2011.12-2013.06 尤利乌斯库恩所 博士后

2014.09-              中国农业大学 资源与环境学院 副教授

 

研究领域

1.微生物生态

 

学术成果

一、发表论文

2016年:

1. L. Chessa, S. Jechalke, G. C. Ding, A. Pusino, N. P. Mangia and K. Smalla: The presence of tetracycline in cow manure changes the impact of repeated manure application on soil bacterial communities. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 52(8), 1121-1134 (2016).

2. S. Dealtry, E. H. Nour, P. N. Holmsgaard, G. C. Ding, V. Weichelt, V. Dunon, H. Heuer, L. H. Hansen, S. J. Sorensen, D. Springael and K. Smalla: Exploring the complex response to linuron of bacterial communities from biopurification systems by means of cultivation-independent methods. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 92(2) (2016).

3. B. Wolters, G. C. Ding, R. Kreuzig and K. Smalla: Full-scale mesophilic biogas plants using manure as C-source: bacterial community shifts along the process cause changes in the abundance of resistance genes and mobile genetic elements. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 92(2) (2016).
2015年: 
1. Z. Chen, W. L. Wu, X. M. Shao, L. Li, Y. B. Guo and G. C. Ding: Shifts in Abundance and Diversity of Soil Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria and Archaea Associated with Land Restoration in a Semi-Arid Ecosystem. PLoS One, 10(7) (2015).
2. S. Fuentes, G. C. Ding, F. Cardenas, K. Smalla and M. Seeger: Assessing environmental drivers of microbial communities in estuarine soils of the Aconcagua River in Central Chile. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 91(10) (2015).
3. T. Liu, X. X. Cai, G. C. Ding, L. Q. Rao, Y. Yuan and S. G. Zhou: Calcium-dependent electroactive biofilm structure and electricity generation in bioelectrochemical systems. Journal of Power Sources, 294, 516-521 (2015).
4. B. Yim, T. Winkelmann, G. C. Ding and K. Smalla: Different bacterial communities in heat and gamma irradiation treated replant disease soils revealed by 16S rRNA gene analysis - contribution to improved aboveground apple plant growth? Front Microbiol, 6, 1224 (2015).
2014年:
1. S. Dealtry, G. C. Ding, V. Weichelt, V. Dunon, A. Schluter, M. C. Martini, M. F. Papa, A. Lagares, G. C. Amos, E. M. Wellington, W. H. Gaze, D. Sipkema, S. Sjoling, D. Springael, H. Heuer, J. D. van Elsas, C. Thomas and K. Smalla: Cultivation-Independent Screening Revealed Hot Spots of IncP-1, IncP-7 and IncP-9 Plasmid Occurrence in Different Environmental Habitats. PLoS One, 9(2), e89922 (2014).
2. S. Dealtry, P. N. Holmsgaard, V. Dunon, S. Jechalke, G. C. Ding, E. Krogerrecklenfort, H. Heuer, L. H. Hansen, D. Springael, S. Zuhlke, S. J. Sorensen and K. Smalla: Shifts in abundance and diversity of mobile genetic elements to diverse pesticides introduced into an on-farm biopurification system over a year. Appl Environ Microbiol (2014).
3. G. C. Ding, V. Radl, B. Schloter-Hai, S. Jechalke, H. Heuer, K. Smalla and M. Schloter: Dynamics of soil bacterial communities in response to repeated application of manure containing sulfadiazine. PLoS One, 9(3), e92958 (2014).
4. J. M. Marques, T. F. da Silva, R. E. Vollu, A. F. Blank, G. C. Ding, L. Seldin and K. Smalla: Plant age and genotype affect the bacterial community composition in the tuber rhizosphere of field-grown sweet potato plants. FEMS Microbiol Ecol (2014).
5. S. Schreiter, G. C. Ding, R. Grosch, S. Kropf, K. Antweiler and K. Smalla: Soil type-dependent effects of a potential biocontrol inoculant on indigenous bacterial communities in the rhizosphere of field-grown lettuce. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 90(3), 718-30 (2014).
6. S. Schreiter, G. C. Ding, H. Heuer, G. Neumann, M. Sandmann, R. Grosch, S. Kropf and K. Smalla: Effect of the soil type on the microbiome in the rhizosphere of field-grown lettuce. Front Microbiol, 5, 144 (2014).
2013年:

1. D. Babin, G. C. Ding, G. J. Pronk, K. Heister, I. Kogel-Knabner and K. Smalla: Metal oxides, clay minerals and charcoal determine the composition of microbial communities in matured artificial soils and their response to phenanthrene. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 86(1), 3-14 (2013).
2. G. C. Ding, Y. M. Piceno, H. Heuer, N. Weinert, A. B. Dohrmann, A. Carrillo, G. L. Andersen, T. Castellanos, C. C. Tebbe and K. Smalla: Changes of soil bacterial diversity as a consequence of agricultural land use in a semi-arid ecosystem. PLoS One, 8(3), e59497 (2013).
3. G. C. Ding, G. J. Pronk, D. Babin, H. Heuer, K. Heister, I. Kogel-Knabner and K. Smalla: Mineral composition and charcoal determine the bacterial community structure in artificial soils. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 86(1), 15-25 (2013).
4. S. Jechalke, C. Kopmann, I. Rosendahl, J. Groeneweg, V. Weichelt, E. Krogerrecklenfort, N. Brandes, M. Nordwig, G. C. Ding, J. Siemens, H. Heuer and K. Smalla: Increased abundance and transferability of resistance genes after field application of manure from sulfadiazine-treated pigs. Appl Environ Microbiol, 79(5), 1704-11 (2013).
5. A. Mello, G. C. Ding, Y. M. Piceno, C. Napoli, L. M. Tom, T. Z. DeSantis, G. L. Andersen, K. Smalla and P. Bonfante: Truffle brules have an impact on the diversity of soil bacterial communities. PLoS One, 8(4), e61945 (2013).
6. Q. Y. Xue, G. C. Ding, S. M. Li, Y. Yang, C. Z. Lan, J. H. Guo and K. Smalla: Rhizocompetence and antagonistic activity towards genetically diverse Ralstonia solanacearum strains--an improved strategy for selecting biocontrol agents. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 97(3), 1361-71 (2013).
2012年:
1. G. C. Ding, H. Heuer, Z. He, J. Xie, J. Zhou and K. Smalla: More functional genes and convergent overall functional patterns detected by GEOCHIP in phenanthrene-spiked soils. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 82(1), 148-56 (2012).
2. G. C. Ding, H. Heuer and K. Smalla: Dynamics of bacterial communities in two unpolluted soils after spiking with phenanthrene: soil type specific and common responders. Front Microbiol, 3, 290 (2012).
3. G. C. Ding, K. Smalla, H. Heuer and S. Kropf: A new proposal for a principal component-based test for high-dimensional data applied to the analysis of PhyloChip data. Biom J, 54(1), 94-107 (2012).
4. G. J. Pronk, K. Heister, G. C. Ding, K. Smalla and I. Kogel-Knabner: Development of biogeochemical interfaces in an artificial soil incubation experiment; aggregation and formation of organo-mineral associations. Geoderma, 189, 585-594 (2012).
5. Y. Zhang, X. Su, F. Chen, L. Jiao, H. C. Jiang, H. L. Dong and G. C. Ding: Abundance and diversity of candidate division JS1-and Chloroflexi-related bacteria in cold seep sediments of the northern South China Sea. Frontiers of Earth Science, 6(4), 373-382 (2012).
2011年:
1.N. Weinert, Y. Piceno, G. C. Ding, R. Meincke, H. Heuer, G. Berg, M. Schloter, G. Andersen and K. Smalla: PhyloChip hybridization uncovered an enormous bacterial diversity in the rhizosphere of different potato cultivars: many common and few cultivar-dependent taxa. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 75(3), 497-506 (2011).
2010年:
1. G. C. Ding, H. Heuer, S. Zuhlke, M. Spiteller, G. J. Pronk, K. Heister, I. Kogel-Knabner and K. Smalla: Soil type-dependent responses to phenanthrene as revealed by determining the diversity and abundance of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon ring-hydroxylating dioxygenase genes by using a novel PCR detection system. Appl Environ Microbiol, 76(14), 4765-71 (2010).