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Name  
Liu Juxiu
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Highest Education  
   Postgraduate
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   South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences,723 Xingke Road, Tianhe District,Guangzhou, China, 510650
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   020-37202219
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   510650
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   020-37252615
Email  
   ljxiu@scbg.ac.cn
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Selected Publication:

1. Wenjuan Huang, Guoyi Zhou, Xiaofang Deng, Juxiu Liu*, Honglang Duan, Deqiang Zhang, Guowei Chu, Shizhong Liu. Nitrogen and phosphorus productivies of five subtropical tree species in response to elevated CO2 and N addition. Eur J Forest Res, 2015, doi:10.1007/s10342-015-0894-y 

2. Xiong Fang, Liang Zhao, Guoyi Zhou, Wenjuan Huang, Juxiu Liu*. Increased litter input increases litter decomposition and soil respiration but has minor effects on soil organic carbon in subtropical forests. Plant and Soil, 2015, 392:139-153  

3. Wenjuan Huang, Guoyi Zhou, Juxiu Liu*, Deqiang Zhang, Shizhong Liu, Guowei Chu, Xiong Fang. Mineral elements of subtropical tree seedlings in response to elevated carbon dioxide and nitrogen addition. PLos One, 2015, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0120190 

4. Yiyong Li, Juxiu Liu*, Genyun Chen, Guoyi Zhou, Wenjuan Huang, Guangcai Yin, Deqiang Zhang, Yuelin Li. Water-use efficiency of four native trees under CO2 enrichment and N addition in subtropical model forest ecosystems. Journal of plant ecology, 2015, 8:411-419 

5. Juxiu Liu*, Xiong Fang, Qi Deng, Tianfeng Han, Wenjuan Huang, Yiyong Li. CO2 enrichment and N addition increase nutrient loss from decomposing leaf litter in subtropical model forest ecosystems. Scientific reports, 2015, DOI: 10.1038/srep07952 

6.Wenjuan Huang, Guoyi Zhou, Juxiu Liu*, Honglang Duan, Xingzhao Liu, Xiong Fang, Deqiang Zhang. Shifts in soil phosphorus fractions under elevated CO2 and N addition in model forest ecosystems in subtropical China. Plant ecology, 2014, 215: 1373-1384.  

7.Juxiu Liu, Deqiang Zhang, Wenjuan Huang, Guoyi Zhou*, Yuelin Li, Shizhong Liu. Quantify the loss of major ions induced by CO2 enrichment and nitrogen addition in subtropical model forest ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research–Biogeosciences, 2014, 119: 676-686.  

8.Wenjuan Huang, Zhihong Xu, Chengrong Chen, Guoyi Zhou, *Juxiu Liu, Kadum M. Abdullah, Frédérique Reverchon, Xian Liu. Short-term effects of prescribed burning on phosphorus availability in a suburban native forest of subtropical Australia. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2013, 13:869-876 

9.Juxiu Liu, Wenjuan Huang, *Guoyi Zhou, Deqiang Zhang. Nitrogen to phosphorus ratios of tree species inresponse to elevated carbon dioxide and nitrogen addition in subtropical forests. Global Change Biology,2013, 19(1): 208-216 

10.Juxiu Liu, Deqiang Zhang, Guoyi Zhou, *Honglang. Changes in leaf nutrient traits and photosynthesis of four tree species: effects of elevated [CO2], N fertilization and canopy positions. Journal of Plant Ecology, 2012, 5(4): 376-390 

11.Wenjuan Huang, Guoyi Zhou, *Juxiu Liu, Deqiang Zhang, Zhihong Xu, Shizhong Liu. Effects of elevated carbon dioxide and nitrogen addition on foliar stoichiometry of nitrogen and phosphorus of five tree species in subtropical model forest ecosystems. Environmental Pollution, 2012, 168: 113-120 

12.Wenjuan Huan,g Deqiang Zhang, Yuelin Li, Xianka Lu, Wei Zhang, Juan Huang, Denis Otieno, Zhihong Xu, *Juxiu Liu, Shizhong Liu, Guowei Chu. Responses of Soil Acid Phosphomonoesterase Activity to Simulated Nitrogen Deposition in Three Forests of Subtropical China. Pedosphere, 2012, 22(5): 698-706 

13.Juxiu Liu, Zhihong Xu, Deqiang Zhang, *Guoyi Zhou. Effects of Carbon Dioxide Enrichment and NitrogenAddition on Inorganic Carbon Leaching in Subtropical Model Forest Ecosystems. Ecosystems, 2011, 14(5): 683-697 

14.Juxiu Liu, Guoyi Zhou, Zhihong Xu, Honglang Duan, Yuelin Li, *Deqiang Zhang. Photosynthesis acclimation, leaf nitrogen concentration, and growth of four tree species over 3 years in response to elevated carbon dioxide and nitrogen treatment in subtropical China. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2011, 11(7): 1155-1164,  

15.Juxiu Liu, *Guoyi Zhou, Deqiang Zhang, Zhihong Xu, Honglang Duan, Qi Deng, Liang Zhao. Carbon dynamics in subtropical forest soil: effects of atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment and nitrogen addition. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2010, 10(4): 730-738 

16.Juxiu Liu, Deqiang Zhang, *Guoyi Zhou, Benjamin Faivre-Vuillin, Qi Deng, Chunlin Wang. CO2 enrichment increases nutrient leaching from model forest ecosystems in subtropical China. Biogeosciences, 2008, 5(6): 1783-1795 

17.Zeller Bernd, *Juxiu Liu, Nina Buchmann, Andreas Richter. Tree girdling increases soil N mineralization in two spruce stands. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2008, 40(5): 1155-1166 

18.Juxiu Liu, Shanjiang Peng, Benjamin Faivre-vuillin, Zhihong Xu, Deqiang Zhang, * Guoyi Zhou. Erigeron annuus (L.) Pers., as a green manure for ameliorating soil exposed to acid rain in Southern China. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2008, 8(6): 452-460 

19.*Juxiu Liu, Guoyi Zhou, Chengwei Yang, Zhiying Ou, Changlian Peng. Effects of acidic solutions on element dynamics in the monsoon evergreen broad-leaved forest at Dinghushan, China. Part 1: Dynamics of K, Na, Ca, Mg and P. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2007, 14(2): 123-129 

20.*Juxiu Liu, Guoyi Zhou, Deqiang Zhang. Effects of acidic solutions on element dynamics in the monsoon evergreen broad-leaved forest at Dinghushan, China - Part 2: Dynamics of Fe, Cu, Mn and Al. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2007, 14(3): 215-218  

21.*Juxiu Liu, Guoyi Zhou, Chengwei Yang, Zhiying Ou, Changlian Peng. Responses of chlorophyllfluorescence and xanthophyll cycle in leaves of Schima superba Gardn. & Champ. and Pinus massoniana Lamb. to simulated acid rain at Dinghushan Biosphere Reserve, China. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 2007, 29(1): 33-38 

 

    

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