Hi, I am Ge Tida, My LiveDNA is 86.771
 
   
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Dr. Ge Tida
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Plant Sciences from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
 
Institute: Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
 
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Soil C and N Dynamics
  •   C and N Rhizodeposition
  •   Greenhouse Emission and Mitigation
  •   Soil Microbial Diversity
 
URL: http://livedna.org/86.771
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Bai, L.P., F.G. Sui, T.D. Ge, Z.H. Sun, Y.Y. Lu and G.S. Zhou, 2006. Effect of soil drought stress on leaf water status, membrane permeability and enzymatic antioxidant system of maize. Pedosphere, 16: 326-332.
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2:   Ge, T., D.F. Huang, P. Roberts, D.L. Jones and S.W. Song, 2010. Dynamics of nitrogen speciation in horticultural soils in suburbs of Shanghai, China. Pedosphere, 20: 261-272.
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3:   Ge, T., F. Sui, L. Bai, C. Tong and N. Sun, 2012. Effects of water stress on growth, biomass partitioning, and water-use efficiency in summer maize (Zea mays L.) throughout the growth cycle. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 34: 1043-1053.
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4:   Ge, T., H. Yuan, H. Zhu, X. Wu and S. Nie et al., 2012. Biological carbon assimilation and dynamics in a flooded rice - soil system. Soil Biol. Biochem., 48: 39-49.
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5:   Ge, T., H. Yuan, P. Roberts, D.L. Jones, H. Qin, C. Tong and D. Huang, 2012. Amino acid and peptide dynamics in horticultural soils under conventional and organic management strategies. J. Soils Sediments, 12: 323-333.
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6:   Ge, T., N. San'an, H. Danfeng, X. He'ai, D.L. Jones and K. Iwasaki, 2010. Assessing soluble organic nitrogen pools in horticultural soils: A case study in the suburbs of Shanghai (China). Acta Agric. Scandinavica Section B: Soil Plant Sci., 60: 529-538.
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7:   Ge, T., N. San'an, W. Jinshui, X. He'ai, T. Chengli and K. Iwasaki, 2010. Soluble organic nitrogen pools in greenhouse and open field horticultural soils under organic and conventional management: A case study. Eur. J. Soil Biol., 46: 284-290.
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8:   Ge, T., P. Roberts, D.L. Jones, D.D. Yang, S.W. Shiwei and D.F. Huang, 2008. Influence of inorganic and organic nitrogen on enzymes of nitrogen assimilation and growth in tomato seedlings. J. Hortic. Sci. Biotechnol., 83: 513-519.
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9:   Ge, T., P. Roberts, D.L. Jones, S. Shiwei, K. Iwasaki and H.D. Feng, 2009. Amino acids as a nitrogen source for tomato seedlings: The use of dual-labeled (13C, 15N) glycine to test for direct uptake by tomato seedlings. Environ. Exp. Bot., 66: 357-361.
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10:   Ge, T., S. Fanggong, B. Liping, L. Yinyan and Z. Guang-sheng, 2006. Effects of water stress on the protective enzyme activities and lipid peroxidation in roots and leaves of summer maize. Agric. Sci. China, 5: 101-105.
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11:   Ge, T., S. Nie, H. Qin, H. Xiao and C. Tong, 2012. Microcalorimetric studies for microbial activity of three vegetable soils. J. Food Agric. Environ., 10: 930-932.
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12:   Ge, T., S. Nie, J. Wu, J. Shen and H. Xiao et al., 2011. Chemical properties, microbial biomass, and activity differ between soils of organic and conventional horticultural systems under greenhouse and open field management: a case study. J. Soils Sediments, 11: 25-36.
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13:   Ge, T., S. Ningbo, K. Iwasaki and S. Fanggong, 2010. Differential responses of yield and selected nutritional compositions to drought stress in summer maize (Zea mays L.) grains. J. Plant Nutr., 33: 1422-1429.
14:   Ge, T., S.W. Shiwei, C. Minghan, H. Danfeng and K. Iwasaki, 2008. Effects of nitrogen forms on carbon and nitrogen accumulation in tomato seedling. Agric. Sci. China, 7: 1308-1317.
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15:   Ge, T., X. Wu, X. Chen, H. Yuan and Z. Zou et al., 2013. Microbial phototrophic fixation of atmospheric CO2 in China subtropical upland and paddy soils. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 113: 70-78.
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16:   Ge, T.D., N.B. Sun, L.P. Bai, C.L. Tong and F.G. Sui, 2012. Effects of drought stress on phosphorus and potassium uptake dynamics in summer maize (Zea mays) throughout the growth cycle. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 34: 2179-2186.
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17:   Nie, S., T. Ge, C. Liu and H. Xiao, 2011. Crop assimilative carbon in farmland ecosystem-an important source for carbon turnover in soil. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica B, 61: 105-111.
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18:   Odunze, A.C., J. Wu, S. Liu, H. Zhu, T. Ge, Y. Wang and Q. Luo, 2012. Soil quality response to long-term nutrients and management practice to potato production in Ultisols of subtropical China. Environ. Nat. Resour. Res., 2: 129-139.
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19:   Shen, J., H. Tang, J. Liu, Y. Li, T. Ge and J. Wu, 2013. A Comparison of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Paddy Field Following Incorporation of Rice Straw and Straw-Based Biochar. In: Functions of Natural Organic Matter in Changing Environment, Xu, J., J. Wu and Y. He (Eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp: 1027-1031.
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20:   Song, S., P. Lehne, T. Ge, J. Le and D. Huang, 2010. Yield, fruit quality and nitrogen uptake of organically and conventionally grown muskmelon with different inputs of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium. J. Plant Nutr., 33: 130-141.
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21:   Yuan, H., T. Ge, C. Chen, A.G.O. Donnell and J. Wu, 2012. Significant role for microbial autotrophy in the sequestration of soil carbon. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 78: 2328-2336.
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22:   Yuan, H., T. Ge, P. Zhou, S. Liu and P. Roberts et al., 2013. Soil microbial biomass and bacterial and fungal community structures responses to long-term fertilization in paddy soils. J. Soil Sediments, 13: 877-886.
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23:   Yuan, H., T. Ge, S. Zou, X. Wu and S. Liu et al., 2013. Effect of land use on the abundance and diversity of autotrophic bacteria as measured by ribulose-1,5-biphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (RubisCO) large subunit gene abundance in soils. Biol. Fertil. Soils, 49: 609-616.
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24:   Yuan, H., T. Ge, X. Wu, S. Liu and C. Tong et al., 2012. Long-term field fertilization alters the diversity of autotrophic bacteria based on the ribulose-1,5-biphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (RubisCO) large-subunit genes in paddy soil. Applied Microbiol. Biotechnol., 95: 1061-1071.
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