People
Title:Professor
Subject:Rhizosphere; Allelopathy
Phone:+86 24 83970452
Email:wangpeng@iae.ac.cn
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Address:Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences No. 72 Wenhua Road, Shenyang, Liaoning, 110016 China
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2005-2008Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Ph.D., Ecology)

1997-2000Liaoning Normal University (MS, Plant science)

1993-1997Liaoning Normal University (BS, Biology)

  • Our group investigates roots and soil organic matters dynamics in agro-ecosystems, grasslands, and forests, and how these dynamics are affected by climate change. Our research is focused on plant-microbe-soil interactions that are critical for ecosystem functioning and food production.

  • hrough belowground chemical interactions. Ecology, 2016, 97: 2283–2292.
    Longchi Chen, Silong Wang, Peng Wang, Chuihua Kong. Autoinhibition and soil allelochemical (cyclic dipeptide) levels in replanted Chinese fir (Cunninghamialanceolata) plantations. Plant and Soil, 2014, 374: 793-801.
    Hongyun Dong, Chuihua Kong, Peng Wang, Qiliang Huang. Temporal variation of soil friedelin and microbial community under different land uses in a long-term agroecosystem. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2014, 69: 275-281.
    Bei Sun, Peng Wang, Chuihua Kong. 2014. Plant-soil feedback in the interference of allelopathic rice with barnyardgrass. Plant and Soil 77: 309-321
    Peng Wang, Xiaoying Zhang, Chuihua Kong, The response of allelopathic rice growth and microbial feedback to barnyardgrass infestation in a paddy field experiment. European Journal of Soil Biology, 2013, 56: 26-32.
    Peng Wang, Chuihua Kong, Bei Sun, Xiaohua Xu. Distribution and function of allantoin (5-Ureidohydantoin) in rice grains. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2012, 60: 2793-2798.
    Peng Wang, Chuihua Kong, Bei Sun, Xiaohua Xu. Allantoin-induced changes of microbial diversity and community in rice soil. Plant and Soil, 2010, 332: 357-368.
    Lixue Yang, Peng Wang, Chuihua Kong. Effect of larch (LarixgmeliniRupr.) root exudates on Manchurian walnut (Juglansmandshurica Maxim.) growth and soil juglone in a mixed-species plantation. Plant and Soil, 2010, 329: 249-258.
    ChuihuaKong, Peng Wang, Yan Gu, XiaohuaXu, MingliWang. 2008. The fate and impact on microorganism of rice allelochemical in paddy soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 56, 5043-5049.
    ChuihuaKong, Peng Wang, Hua Zhao, XiaohuaXu. YingdongZhu. 2008. Impact of allelochemical exuded from allelopathic rice on soil microbial community. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 40: 1862-1869
    Peng WangP, ChuihuaKong, FeiHu, XiaohuaXu. 2007. Allantoin involved in species interactions with rice and other organisms in paddy soil. Plant and Soil, 296: 43-51.
    ChuihuaKong, Peng Wang, XiaohuaXu. 2007. Allelopathic interference of Ambrosia trifida with wheat (Triticumaestivum). Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 119: 416-420.
    Peng Wang, ChuihuaKong, ChaoxianZhang. 2006. Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil from Ambrosia trifida L. Molecules, 11: 549-555.
    Peng Wang, WenjuLiang, ChuihuaKong, Yong Jiang. 2005. Allelopathic potential of volatile allelochemicals of Ambrosia trifida L. on other plants. Allelopathy Journal, 15: 131-136.