Yan Zhongzheng

Job Title: 
Associate Professor
Research Interests: 
Wetland Plant Ecophysiology
Mangrove Ecotoxicology
Email: 
zzyan@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn
Address: 
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Education Experience: 
PhD, Environmental Science, 2011, City University of Hong Kong
DSc, Marine Biology, 2009, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academic of Science
MSc, Botany, 2005, Xiamen University, Xiamen, China
BS, Biology, 2002, Xinyang Normal University, China
Work Experience: 
2015.1-Now, Associate Professor, ECNU
2011.6-2014.12, Assistant Professor, ECNU
Projects: 
Managed Projects: 
State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research Independent Research Fund for the Young Scholars(SKLEC-2012RCDW02)
National Natural Science Foundation of China(No.41201525)
National Natural Science Foundation of China(No.44106180)
Paper: 
1. Z.Yan, Y.Sui, J.Sheng, D.Tang*, 2015. Changes in local atmospheric and oceanographic conditions shortly after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Ocean Dynamics, 65: 905–918.
2. Z.Yan*, X.Li, J.Chen, N.F.Y.Tam, 2015. Combined toxicity of cadmium and copper in Avicennia marina seedlings and the regulation of exogenous jasmonic acid, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 113: 124–132.
3. Z.Yan*, W.Zhang, J.Chen, X.Li. 2015. Methyl jasmonate alleviates the cadmium toxicity in Solanum nigrum by regulating metal uptake and antioxidative capacity. Biologia Plantarum, 59 (2)- 373-381.
4. J.Chen, Z.Yan*, X.Li, 2014. Effect of methyl jasmonate on cadmium uptake and antioxidative capacity in Kandelia obovata seedlings under cadmium stress. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 104: 349–356
5. Z.Yan, J.Chen, X.Li, 2013. Methyl jasmonate as modulator of Cd toxicity in Capsicum frutescens var. fasciculatum seedlings. Ecotoxicology and Environmenta Safety, 98: 203–209.
6. Z.Yan, N.F.Y.Tam, 2013. Effect of lead stress on anti-oxidative enzymes and stress-related hormones in seedlings of Excoecaria agallocha Linn, Plant and Soil, 367:327-38.
7. Z.Yan, N.F.Y.Tam, 2013. Differences in lead tolerance between seedlings of Kandelia obovata and Acanthus ilicifolius under varying treatment times, Aquatic Toxicology, 126:154-62.
8. W.Wang, Z.Yan, S.You, Y.Zhang. 2011. Mangroves: obligate or facultative halophytes, A review. Trees - Structure and Function, 25:953-963.
9. Z.Yan, N.F.Y.Tam. 2011. Temporal changes of phenolic compounds in seedlings of Kandelia obovota under lead and manganese stresses. Proceedings of 2010 International Conference on Environmental Science and Development (CESD), Singarpore, World Academic Press, pp 384-388.
10. Z.Yan, N.F.Y.Tam. 2011. Temporal changes of polyphenols and enzyme activities in seedlings of Kandelia obovata under lead and manganese stresses. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 438-444.
11. Z.Yan, L.Ke, N.F.Y.Tam. 2010. Lead stress in seedlings of Avicennia marina, a common mangrove species in South China, with and without cotyledons. Aquatic Botany, 92: 112-118.
12. Z.Yan, D.Tang. 2009. Changes in Suspended sediments Associated with 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. Advances in Space Research, 43: 89-95. (Highlighted by 《Nature》 China)
13. D.Tang, Z.Yan and H.Zhao. 2008. Remote sensing of ocean hazard influences on marine ecosystem. Journal of Biotechnology. 136, Supplement 1, doi:10.1016/j.jbiotec.2008.07.1227
14. Z.Yan, W.Wang, D.Tang. 2007. Effect of different time salt stress on growth and some physiology processes of seedlings of Avicennia marina. Marine Biology, 152: 581-587.
15. Z.Yan, W.Wang, W.Huang. 2004. Development of the vivipary hypocotyl of mangrove and its adaptation to inter-tidal habitats: A review. Acta Ecologica Sinica (In Chinese), 24(10):2317-2323.
16. X.Lin, Z.Yan, W.Wang. 2004. Ecological distribution and salt tolerance of Terminalia catappa. Subtropical Plant Science (In Chinese), 33(4):22-25.