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Xiangfeng Jing

  Xiangfeng Jing

 

  Associate professor

  PhD advisor

  College of Plant Protection

  Email: jxf_zb@sian.cn

 

 

 

  Research Focus

  Sterols are key nutrient in organisms including insects. We are using bioinformatics tools and molecular methods to investigate the pathways and related genes involved in the sterol metabolism in important Lepidopteran pests. These genes have great potential in controlling target-specific pests.

  Selected Publications (* Corresponding author)

  1.Jing, Xiangfeng, White, T., Yang, X., Douglas, A.(2015)。 The Molecular Correlates of Organ Loss: The Case of Insect Malpighian Tubules, Biology Letters, DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2015.0154. (IF:3.248)

  2、Jing, Xiangfeng*, Grebenok, R., Behmer, S.(2014)。 Balance matters: How the ratio of dietary sterols/steroids affects caterpillar development, Journal of Insect Physiology, 67, 85-96. (IF:2.470)

  3、Jing, Xiangfeng, Wong, A., Colvin, J., Mckenzie, C. and Douglas, A. (2014)。 Resident microbiota of exceptionally low diversity in a plant sap feeding insect,Molecular Ecology, 23, 1433-1444. (IF:6.494)

  4、Jing, Xiangfeng*, Grebenok, R., Behmer, S. (2013)。 Sterol/steroid metabolism and absorption in a generalist and specialist caterpillar: Effects of dietary sterol/steroid structure, mixture and ratio, Insect Bicochemistry and Molecular Biology, 43(7),

  5、Jing,Xiangfeng*, Vogel, H., Grebenok, R., Zhu-Salzman, K., Behmer, S.(2013)。 Dietary sterols/steroids and generalist caterpillar Helicoverpa zea: physiology, biochemistry and midgut gene expression, Insect Bicochemistry and Molecular Biology, 42(11), 836-845. (IF:3.450)

  Major and Current student members

  Entomology

  Jincheng Zheng PhD student

  Shaolei Sun

  M.S. student

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