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Research Center for Ecological Management of Pest Insect and Rodent
Time:2017-10-20 Views:

Research field:
Ecological management of fruit and vegetable pests;Animal behavior and physiology and sustainable control methods of pest rodents.

Tel: +86-20-84199129/+86-20- 89109590
E-mail: 18922369378@189.cn
Address: Xingang West Road 105#. Guangzhou,Guangdong province, China.


Our research center is aimed at unraveling the outbreak regularity, regulation mechanism and cortroltechniqueof pest populationbased on behavior, physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and ecology research ideas and means. We develop many controlmethods and technologies forpest control, and new products and technologies for Pest Management Professional PMP.
Since our center was founded in 2006, we have accomplished more than 50 scientific research projects at national and ministerial level and had cooperated research withNorth Carolina State University,University of Western Sydney, The French TOTAL Company,etc. More than 80 paperswerepublished in academic journals, academic conferences and scientific publications, and more than 20 papers were included in SCI. We compiled with others 7 kinds of monographs.More than 15 national andinternationalinvention patentswereapplied and accepted, and 8of them wereauthorized.Our center placed second in Guangdong Science and Technology Progress Award, Third in Shaoguan Science and Technology Progress Award, and The Center of Guangdong Citrus Technical Innovationwas approved in 2017.
The technology extensivewebsite of citrus pestcontrol technology:http://citrus.gdei.gd.cn/


Research Areas:
(1)Research focus on the ecological sustainablemanagement of economically important pests of fruit and vegetable in south China. Researchingthe interactions among pest insects, natural enemies and plants, and usingmineral oilenvironmentally friendly pesticides, predatory mites, entomopathogenand genomic strategies to keep the plant health and safety.
(2) Research interests mainly are to explore the behavioral and physiological mechanisms of pest rodents outbreak byintegrating multidisciplinary approaches, and to developnew control methods for rodent population.


Research Personnel:
PI: Prof. Dr. Ouyang Ge-Cheng
Associate Prof. Dr. Liu Quan-Sheng
Dr. Hou Bo-Hua
Dr. Meng Xiang
Research Assistant:
Dr. Fang Xiao-Duan
Dr. Qin Jiao
Dr. Lu Hui-Lin
Postgraduate student:
Wang Yu-Jie
Yu Xin
Yin Fei


Pest insects research
1)Fang XD, Wu WN. (2017).A new species of the genus Neoseiulus Hughes (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and the male of AmblyseiusishizuchiensisEhara, 1972 from China. Systematic & Applied Acarology, 22(10): 1574~1584.(2016 IF:1.467)
2)Meng X, Hu JJ, Ouyang GC. (2017).The isolation and identification of pathogenic fungi from Tessaratomapapillosa Drury (Hemiptera: Tessaratomidae). PeerJ,5:e3888;DOI 10.7717/peerj.3888.(2016 IF:2.177)
3)Meng X, Ouyang GC, Liu H, Hou BH, Huang SS, Guo MF. (2014).Molecular identification of the key predators of Conopomorphasinensis Bradley (Lepidoptera: Gracilariidae) in litchi orchards. Bulletin of Entomological Research,104(2):243~250.(2016 IF:1.758)
4)Meng X, Li LM, Gao G, Jin FL, Ren SX. (2014).The gene expression of the protein SLAWD, mediating the toxic effect of destruxin A on Spodopteralitura larvae, in procaryotic cells: purification and characterization.Molecular Biology, 48 (6): 795~801.(2016 IF:0.799)
5)OuyangGC, Fang XD, Lu HL, Zhou X,Meng X, Yu S, Guo MF, Xia YL. (2013).Repellency of five mineral oils against DiaphorinaCitri (Hemiptera:Liviidae). Florida Entomologist, 96 (3): 974~ 982.(2016 IF:0. 964)
6)Meng X, Hu JJ, Xu XX, Wang ZQ, Hu QB ,Jin FL, Ren SX.(2013). Toxic Effect of Destruxin A on Abnormal Wing Disc-Like (SLAWD) in SpodopteralituraFabricius (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). PLoS ONE,10.1371/journal.pone. 0057213. (2016 IF:2. 806)
7)Fang XD, Lu HL, Ouyang GC, Xia YL, Guo MF, Wu WN. (2013).Effectiveness of two predatory mite species (Acari: Phytoseiidae) in controlling Diaphorinacitri (Hemiptera: Liviidae). Florida Entomologist, 96(4): 1325~1333.(2016 IF:0. 964)
8)Meng X, Xu XX, Hu JJ, Jin FL, Hu QB , Sun Q, Yu XX, Ren SX. (2011).Toxicity and Differential Protein Analysis following Destruxin A Treatment of Spodopteralitura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) SL-1 cells. Toxicon, 58 (4): 327~ 335.(2016 IF:1. 927)
9)Xie Q, Hou BH, Zhang RJ. (2008). Thermal responses of Oriental fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) late third instars: Mortality, puparial morphology, and adult emergence. Journal of Economic Entomology.101(3): 736 ~741.(2016 IF:1. 824)
10)Hou BH, Xie Q, Zhang RJ. (2006). Depth of pupation and survival of the Oriental fruit fly,Bactroceradorsalis (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae) pupae at selected soil moistures. Applied Entomology and Zoology, 41(3):515~520.(2016 IF:0. 888)
Pest rodents research
11)Su QQ, Chen Y, Qin J, Wang TL, Wang DH, Liu QS*(*Corresponding author).(2017). Responses in reproductive organs, steroid hormones and CYP450 enzymes in female Mongolian gerbil (Merionesunguiculatus) over time after quinestrol treatment.Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology,DOI: 10.1016/j.pestbp.2017.08.008. (2016 IF:2.590)
12)Chen Y, Su QQ, Qin J, Liu QS*.(2017). Call divergence in three sympatric Rattusspecies.The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 142(1): 29~34.(2016 IF:1.547)
13)Chen Y, Su QQ, Liu QS*. (2017).Effects of quinestrol on the vocal behavior of mice duringcourtship interactions. Physiology & Behavior, 173: 216~222. (2016 IF:2.341)
14)Su QQ, Chen Y, Qin J, Wang TL, Wang DH, Liu QS*. (2016).Effects of mifepristone and quinestrol on the fertility offemale Brandt’s voles (Lasiopodomysbrandtii) indifferent reproductive phases. Animal Biology, 66: 133~143. (2016 IF:0.574)
15)Qin J,Su QQ, Wang D, Shi DZ, Cao YS, Liu QS*. (2015).Cabergolinereducesserum luteinizing hormone and sperm quality in male Rattuslosea. Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 47 (3):831~838. (2016 IF:0.491)
16)Su QQ, Huang XL, Qin J,Liu QS*. (2015).Assessment of effects of mifepristone administration to lactating mice on the development and fertility of their progeny. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research,41(4):575~581. (2016 IF:1.086)
17)Su QQ, Xiang ZF, Qin J, GuoMF, Liu QS*. (2014). Effects of cabergoline on the fertility of female mice during early and late pregnancy, and potential for its use in mouse control. Crop Protection, 56:69~73. (2016 IF:1.834)
18)Zhao ZJ, Chi QS, Liu QS, ZhengWH, Liu JS, Wang DH. (2014).The shift of thermoneutral zone in striped hamster acclimated to different temperatures. PLoS ONE, 9(1):e84396. (2016 IF:2.806)
19)Liu QS*, Qin J, Chen Q, Wang D, Shi DZ. (2013). Fertility control of Rattusnitidus using quinestrol: effects on reproductive organs and social behavior. Integrative Zoology,8(S1):9~17. (2016 IF:2.070)
20)Liu QS*, Zhang ZQ, Caviedes-Vidal E, Wang DH. (2013). Seasonal plasticity of gut morphology and small intestinal enzymes in free-living Mongolian gerbils. Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 183: 511~523. (2016 IF:1.947)
21)Liu QS, Wang DH. (2007). Effects of diluted diet on phenotypic flexibility of organs morphology and digestive function in Mongolian gerbils (Merionesunguiculatus). Journal of Comparative Physiology B,177: 509~518. (2016 IF: 1.947)
22)Liu QS,Li JY, Wang DH. (2007).Ultradian rhythms and nutritional importance of coprophagy in adult Brandt’s vole (Lasiopodomysbrandtii). Journal of Comparative Physiology B,177: 423~432. (2016 IF: 1.947)

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