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Fuchen Shi

 Department: Plant Biology and Ecology
 Address: College of Life Sciences, Nankai University, 94 Weijin Road, Nankai District, Tianjin 300071, China
 Phone: 022-23502477
::Professional Education::

1986-1989  Northeast Forest University, Master

1994-1997  The University of Tokyo, Doctor

2001-2002  Forestry and Products Research Institute (FPRI) of Japan, Postdoctoral research fellow

::Research Area::

Resource botany, Environmental botany and Plant ecology.

::Honors and Awards::
He has won seven times prizes of the National Science and technology Progress and the Province Science and technology Progress.
::Representative Publications::

1. Shi Fuchen. Flora Heilongjiangensis (Tomus ). Northeastern Forestry University Press, 2003.

2. Shi Fuchen, Koike Takayoshi & Sasa Kaichiro. Chapter 19. Characteristics of Larch Forests in Daxingan Mountains, Northeast China. In A. Osawa et al. (eds.), Permafrost Ecosystems: Siberian Larch Forests,Ecological studies, 209:367-383. Springer Netherlands, Press, 2010.

3. Li Ruili, Shi Fuchen*, Fukuda Kenji. Interactive effects of various salt and alkali stresses on growth, organic solutes, and cation accumulation in a halophyte Spartina alterniflora (Poaceae). Environmental and Experimental Botany, 2010, 68:66-74.

4. Yuan Zening, Shi Fuchen*. Ecological adaptation strategies in alien species: effects of salinity, temperature and photoperiod On Spartina alterniflora loisel. Seed germination. Polish Journal of Eology 2009, 57(4):807-813.

5. Yuan Zening, Shi Fuchen*. The ecological adaptation characteristics of seed germination of an alien species Spartina alterniflora Loisel. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 2009, 28(12):2466-2470

6. Fu-Chen SHI*, Ze-Ning Yuan, Kate S He, Jun-Jian Li, Shi-Yi Guo. The ecological profit in phenology and pollination of alien species Spartina alterniflora introduced to coastal wetlands in northern China. Polish Journal of Ecology, 2009, 57(2):283-289


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