NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences


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Name:Zhang, Wenyan
Title:Senior Engineer
Research Field: Marine Mircobiology
Tel/Fax: 0532-82898593/8586
2011.07 - present Engineer, Key Laboratory of Marine Ecology & Environmental Sciences, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
2008.9 - 2011.7 M.S., Ocean University of China
2004.9 - 2008.7 B.S., Ocean University of China
Research Interests:
Marine microbiology, marine magnetotactic bacteria
Selected Publications:
1. Yan Li, Qun Liu, Chaolun Li, Yi Dong, Wenyan Zhang, Wuchang Zhang and Tian Xiao*. Bacterial and archaeal community structures in the Arctic deep-sea sediment. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2015,34(3): 93-113.
2. Haijian Du, Yiran Chen, Rui Zhang, Hongmiao Pan, Wenyan Zhang, Ke Zhou, Long-fei Wu, and Tian Xiao. Temporal distributions and environmental adaptations of two types of multicellular magnetotactic prokaryote in the sediments of Lake Yuehu, China. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 2015, DOI: 10.1111/1758-2229.12284.
3. Yi Dong, Yuan Zhao, Wenyan Zhang, Yan Li, Feng Zhou, Chenggang Liu, Ying Wu, Sumei Liu, Wuchang Zhang and Tian Xiao. Bacterial diversity and community structure in the East China Sea by 454 sequencing of the 16S rRNA gene. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 2014, 32(3): 527-541.
4. Rui Zhang, Yiran Chen, Haijian Du, Wenyan Zhang, Hongmiao Pan, Tian Xiao and Long-fei Wu. Characterization and phylogenetic identification of a species of spherical multicellular magnetotactic prokaryotes that produces both magnetite and greigite crystals. Research in microbiology, 2014. 165(7): 481-489.
5. Wen-Yan Zhang, Ke Zhou, Hongmiao Pan, Hai-Jian Du, Yi-Ran Chen, Rui Zhang, Wanneng Ye, Chaojing Lu,Tian Xiao and Long-Fei Wu. Novel Rod-shaped Magnetotactic Bacteria Belonging to Alphaproteobacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2013, 79(9):3137-3140.
6. Ke Zhou, Wen-Yan Zhang, Hong-Miao Pan, Jin-Hua Li, Hai-Dong Yue, Tian Xiao and Long-Fei Wu. Adaptation of Spherical Multicellular Magnetotactic Prokaryotes to Geochemically Variable Habitat in Intertidal Zone. Environmental Microbiology, 2013, 15(5):1595-1605.
7. Wen-Yan Zhang, Ke Zhou, Hongmiao Pan, Haidong Yue, Jiang Ming, Tian Xiao and Long-Fei Wu. Two Genera of Magnetococci with Bean-like Morphology from Intertidal Sediments of the Yellow Sea, China. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2012, 78 (16): 5606-5611.
8. Ke Zhou, Wen-Yan Zhang, Kui Yu-Zhang, Hong-Miao Pan, Sheng-Da Zhang, Wei-Jia Zhang, Hai-Dong Yue, Ying Li, Tian Xiao and Long-Fei Wu. A novel genus of multicellular magnetotactic prokaryotes from the Yellow Sea. Environmental Microbiology. 2012, 14: 405-413.
9. Xin Liu, Tian Xiao, Qingshan Luan, Wenyan Zhang, Mengqiang Wang and Haidong Yue. Bacterial diversity, composition and temporal-spatial variation in sediment of Jiaozhou Bay, China. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Linmnology. 2011, 29(3):576-590.
10. Yi Dong, Min Liu, Hongqing Wu, Cuixia Zhang, Wenyan Zhang, Ying Yu, Mei-Ping Feng, Wuchang Zhang and Tian Xiao. Variation of coliform bacteria abundance in the Jiaozhou Bay and its indication to environmental pollution. Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica, 2011,42(05): 684-689. (in Chinese)
11. Wen-yan Zhang, Sheng-Da Zhang, Yongxin Pan, Tian Xiao and Long-Fei Wu.Geographical distribution of magnetotactic bacteria. Environmental science, 2010, 31(2):450-458. (In Chinese)
12. Kailing Zhu, Hongmiao Pan, Jinhua Li, Kui Yu-Zhang, Shengda Zhang, Wenyan Zhang, Ke Zhou, Haidong Yue, Yongxin Pan, Tian Xiao and LongFei Wu. Isolation and Characterization of a Marine Magnetotactic Spirillum Strain QH-2 from Intertidal Zone of the China Sea. Research in Microbiology. 2010, 161:276-283.
13. Di Xu, JianYi Zhu, Yang He, XiaoJie Cheng, Wenyan Zhang, XueCheng Zhang. Structure of reproductive apparatus of Gracilaria / Gracilariopsis lemaneiformis (Gracilariaceae, Rhodophyta) , Science in China Series C: Life Sciences. 2008, 51(12):1137-1143.

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