Dr. Ge  Tida

Dr. Ge Tida

Assistant Professor
Institute of Subtropical Agriculture Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Plant Sciences from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Soil Properties
62%
Soil Conservation
90%
Plant Biology
75%
Soil Microbial Diversity
55%

Selected Publications

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. 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.

  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. 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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  24. 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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