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YANG Zhuliang's Group
 
Professor YANG Zhuliang

  YANG Zhuliang, Professor of mycology. Major research interests include 1) fungal diversity within and among geographic regions; 2) phylogenetic relationships and biogeography among species within representative genera or families of higher fungi, with emphasis on Agaricaceae, Amanitaceae, and Physalacriaceae (e.g. Lepiota s.l., Amanita, and Oudemansiella s.l.); 3) population genetics and c... More Content>>
Current Group Members

  Group Leader:
  PhD & Prof. YANG Zhuliang
  Group Members:
  PhD & Associate Prof. GE Zaiwei
  LI Yanchun (member, PhD, Research Assistant)
  Former Students:
  WANG Jinfeng (2007.9–2010.11, PhD, co-supervised by Xun Gong and Zhu-Liang Yang)
  LIANG Junfeng (2004.9–2007.5, PhD)
  YUAN Li (2005.4–2008.5, PhD, co-supervised by Zhu-Liang Yang and Hong Hu)
  GAO Qian (2006... More Content>>
Major Research Achievements
 1. Major findings
  (1) Collections and new taxa: We have collected 8000 fungal collections from various parts of China including the northeastern, central, southeastern, southern, southwestern and northwestern parts, but emphasis on collection in the Hengduan Mts. We have studied the diversity, phylogeny and evolution of Agaricaceae, Boletaceae and Physalacriaceae in China. For comparison, ... More Content>>
News
Publications
  Papers
  1. Cui BK, Tang LP, Dai YC. 2011. Morphological and molecular evidences for a new species of Lignosus (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) from tropical China. Mycol. Progress 10: 267–271
  2. Dai YC, Yang ZL, Cui BK, Yu CJ, Zhou LW. 2009. Species diversity and utilization of medicinal mushrooms and fungi in China (review). Intern Journ. Medic. Mushrooms 11: 287–302
  3. Dai YC, Ya... More Content>>
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