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Li Long

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  • Department: College of Resources and Environmental Sciences
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  • Email: lilong@cau.edu.cn
  • Office Location: : Zihuan Building 2-309
  • Address School: : 2 Yuan Ming Yuan Xilu, Haidian District, Beijing
  • PostCode School: 100193
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Education

EDUCATION

1996   to 1999

Ph.D. Department of Plant Nutrition,   China Agricultural University, Beijing, China.

Dissertation:   Interspecific facilitative and competitive interactions between intercropped   species


1980   to 1984

BSc.   Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Northwest Agricultural   University, P. R. China.

Thesis:   Absorption and desorption of different forms of boron ions in soils


Resume

Teaching research

Undergraduate Students: Introduction to Biodiversity Science

Graduated Students: Biodiversity Science and Application

Social Position

Consultant in FAO for agroecology in China

Committee of Agroecology in Chinese Society of Ecology

Dynamic activity

Field

Open Course

Project

RESEARCH PROJECTS

The National Key Research and Development Program of China: The mechanisms underlying efficient resource utilization based on physiological and ecological processes in intercropping systems (Project No: 2016YFD0300202, 2016-2020).

National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC): Mechanisms underlying crop species diversity maintains the temporal stability of productivity for agroecosystems (Project No. 31430014, 2015-2019)

National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC): Crop root growth, spatial distribution and morphological changes in intercropping system (Project No: 31270477, 2013-2016)

National Key Technology R&D Program of China: The key technology research and demonstration of appropriate input of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer in interspecific combinations of intercropping (Project No: 2012BAD14B04-2, 2012-2016)

The Major State Basic Research Development Program of the People’s Republic of China: Crop diversity cultivation towards to controlling crop disease and pest and to improving of soil fertility (Project No. 2011CB100405, 2011-2015)

National Key Technology R&D Program of China: Precision management of water and nutrients and soil fertility for multiple cropping systems (Project No: 2009BADA4B03, 2009-2013)

The Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education: The relation between interspecific competitiveness and crop root physiological and morphological characteristics in intercropping system. (Project No: 200800190034, 2009-2012)

MOA project: Management practices for agroforestry with fruit tree and cotton or crops in Southern Xinjiang (Project No: 201003043, 2010-2014)

Key Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China: Rhizosphere processes targeted on efficient P utilization (Project No: 30890133, 2009-2012)

National Key Technology R&D Program of China: Integrated technology targeted on promoting nutrient cycling and reducing fertilizer uses in agroecosystems (Project No: 2007BAD89B02, 2008-2010)

National Natural Science Foundation of China: Mechanisms behind positive relationship between plant diversity and ecosystem productivity via interspecific rhizosphere effect (Project No: 30870406, 2009-2011)

National Natural Science Foundation of China: Mechanisms on enhanced nodulation and biological nitrogen fixation by root interactions in intercropping (Project No: 30670381, 2007-2009)

The Major State Basic Research Development Program of the People’s Republic of China: Technical model in agro-biodiversity utilization for pest management and germplasm conservation (Project no 2006CB100206, 2006 – 2010).

The Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education: Method selection for measuring biological nitrogen fixation of legumes in intercropping systems (Project no: 20040019035, 2005-2007).

Sino-Germany Project Influence of production systems on the contents and composition of bioactive substances on selected Chinese Brassica species (2003 – 2005).

The Major State Basic Research Development Program of the People’s Republic of China: Mechanism of high-efficient use of nutrients by intercropping (Project no G1999011707, 1999 – 2004).

National Natural Science Foundation of China: Mechanism of Nitrogen Nutrition Interactions between Intercropped Species (2001 – 2003).

National Postdoctoral Foundation of China: Nitrate Distribution in Soil Profile in Intercropping Systems (2000 – 2001).

National Natural Science Foundation of China: Interspecific Facilitation of Phosphorus Uptake by Intercropped Species (1997 – 1999).


Thesis

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

1.Li, B., Li, Y. Y., Wu, H. M., Zhang, F. F., Li, C. J., Li, X. X., ... & Li, L. (2016). Root exudates drive interspecific facilitation by enhancing nodulation and N2 fixation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA, 113 (23) 6496-6501. http://www.pnas.org/content/113/23/6496

2.Zhang, W.-P., Liu, G.-C., Sun, J.-H., Fornara, D., Zhang, L.-Z., Zhang, F.-F. & Li, L. (2016) Temporal dynamics of nutrient uptake by neighbouring plant species: evidence from intercropping. Functional Ecology. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12732

3.Qiu, M. J. & Li, L. (2016) Perspectives for intercropping in modern agriculture. EC Agriculture.ECO.01 (2016): 01-02

4.Xue, Y., Xia, H., Christie, P., Zhang, Z., Li, L., & Tang, C. (2016). Crop acquisition of phosphorus, iron and zinc from soil in cereal/legume intercropping systems: a critical review. Annals of botany, mcv182.

5.Liu Y.X., Zhang W.P., Sun JH, Li XF, Christie P., Li L. 2015. High morphological and physiological plasticity of wheat roots is conducive to higher competitive ability of wheat than maize in intercropping systems. Plant and Soil 397:387-399. DOI 10.1007/s11104-2654-7

6.Zhang W.P., Liu G.C., Sun J.H., Zhang L.Z., Weiner J., Li L. 2015. Growth trajectories and interspecific competitive dynamics in wheat/maize and barley/maize intercropping. Plant and Soil 397: 227-238 DOI 10.1007/s11104-015-2619-x.

7.Wang Z.G., Bao X.G., Li X.F., Jin X., Zhao J.H., Sun J.H., Christie P., Li L., 2015. Intercropping maintains soil fertility in terms of chemical properties and enzyme activities on a timescale of one decade. Plant and Soil 391: 265-282.

8.Zhang W., Ahanbieke P., Wang B.J., Gan Y.W., Li L.H., Christie P., Li L., 2015. Temporal and spatial distribution of roots as affected by interspecific interactions in a young walnut/wheat alley cropping system in northwest China. Agroforestry Systems 89: 327-343.

9.Brooker R.W., Bennett A.E., Cong W.F., Daniell T.J., George T.S., Hallett P.D., Hawes C., Iannetta P.P.M., Jones H.G., Karley A.J., Li L., McKenzie B.M., Pakeman R.J., Paterson E., Schob C., Shen J.B., Squire G., Watson C.A., Zhang C.C., Zhang F.S., Zhang J.L., White P.J., 2015. Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology. New Phytologist 206: 107-117.

10.Cong W.F., Hoffland E., Li L., Janssen B.H., van der Werf W., 2015a. Intercropping affects the rate of decomposition of soil organic matter and root litter. Plant and Soil 391: 399-411.

11.Cong W.F., Hoffland E., Li L., Six J., Sun J.H., Bao X.G., Zhang F.S., van der Werf W., 2015b. Intercropping enhances soil carbon and nitrogen. Global Change Biology 21: 1715-1726.

12.Li L., Tilman D., Lambers H., Zhang F.S., 2014. Plant diversity and overyielding: insights from belowground facilitation of intercropping in agriculture. New Phytologist 203: 63-69.

13.Wang B.J., Zhang W., Ahanbieke P., Gan Y.W., Xu W.L., Li L.H., Christie P., Li L., 2014. Interspecific interactions alter root length density, root diameter and specific root length in jujube/wheat agroforestry systems. Agroforestry Systems 88: 835-850.

14.Wang Z.G., Jin X., Bao X.G., Li X.F., Zhao J.H., Sun J.H., Christie P., Li L., 2014b. Intercropping Enhances Productivity and Maintains the Most Soil Fertility Properties Relative to Sole Cropping. PLoS ONE 9 (12): e113984. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0113984.

15.Xia H.Y., Zhao J.H., Sun J.H., Xue Y.F., Eagling T., Bao X.G., Zhang F.S., Li L., 2014. Maize grain concentrations and above-ground shoot acquisition of micronutrients as affected by intercropping with turnip, faba bean, chickpea, and soybean (vol 56, pg 823, 2013). Science China-Life Sciences 57, 362-362.

16.Yan S., Du X.Q., Wu F., Li L., Li C.Y., Meng Z., 2014. Proteomics insights into the basis of interspecific facilitation for maize (Zea mays) in faba bean (Vicia faba)/maize intercropping. Journal of Proteomics 109, 111-124.

17.Zhang D.S., Zhang L.Z., Liu J.G., Han S., Wang Q., Evers J.C., Liu J., van der Werf W., Li L., 2014. Plant density affects light interception and yield in cotton grown as companion crop in young jujube plantations. Field Crops Research 169, 132-139.

18.Shen, J. B., Li C. J., Mi, G. H., Li, L., Yuan, L. X., Jiang, R. F., and Zhang, F. S. 2013. Maximizing root/rhizosphere efficiency to improve crop productivity and nutrient use efficiency in intensive agriculture of China. Journal of Experimental Botany 64: 1181–1192

19.Xia, H.Y., Zhao, J.H., Sun, J.G., Bao, X.G., Christie, P., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2013). Dynamics of root length and distribution and shoot biomass of maize affected by intercropping with different companion crops and phosphorus application rates. Field Crops Research 150:52-62.

20.Xia, H.Y., Zhao, J.H., Sun, J.H., Xue, Y.F., Eagling, Tristan., Bao, X.G., Zhang, F.S. & Li, L. (2013). Maize grain concentrations and above-ground shoot acquisition of micronutrients as affected by intercropping with turnip, faba bean, chickpea, and soybean. Science China Life Science 56:823-834.

21.Xia, H.Y., Wang, Z.G., Zhao, J.H., Sun, J.H., Bao, X.G., Christie, P., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2013). Contribution of interspecific interactions and phosphorus application to sustainable and productive intercropping systems. Field Crops Research 154:53-64.

22.Zhang, W., Ahanbieke, P., Wang, B.J., Xu, W.L., Li, L., H., Christie, P., Li, L. (2013). Root distribution and interactions in jujube tree/wheat agroforestry system. Agroforest Systems 87:929-939.

23.Zhang, Y.K., Chen, F.J., Li, L., Chen, Y.H., Liu, B.R., Hou, Y,L., Yuan, L.X., Zhang, F.S., Mi G.H. (2012). The role of maize root size in phosphorus uptake and productivity of maize/faba bean and maize/wheat intercropping systems. Sci China Life Sci 55: 993-1001.

24.Li, B., Krumbein, A., Neugart, S., Li L., Schreiner, M. (2012). Mixed cropping with maize combined with moderate UV-B radiations lead to enhanced flavonoid production and root growth in faba bean. Journal of Plant Interactions 7(4): 333-340.

25.Li, L., Rengel, Z. (2012). Soil Acidification as Affected by Phosphorus Sources and Interspecific Root Interactions between Wheat and Chickpea. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 43(13): 1749-1756.

26.Mao, L., Zhang, L.Z., Li, W.Q., van der Werfd, W., Sun, J.H., Spiertzd, H., Li, L. (2012). Yield advantage and water saving in maize/pea intercrop. Field Crops Research 138: 11-20.

27.Mei, P.P., Li, L., Gui, L.G., Wang, P., Christie, P. (2012). Maize/faba bean intercropping with rhizobia inoculation enhances productivity and recovery offertilizer P in a reclaimed desert soil. Field Crops Research 130: 19-27.

28.Li, C.J., Li, Y.Y., Yu, C.B., Sun, J.H., Christie, P., An, M., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2011). Crop nitrogen use and soil mineral nitrogen accumulation under different crop combinations and patterns of strip intercropping in northwest China. Plant Soil 342(1-2): 221-231.

29.Li, Q.Z., Sun, J.H., Wei, X.J., Christie, P., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2011). Overyielding and interspecific interactions mediated by nitrogen fertilization in strip intercropping of maize with faba bean, wheat and barley. Plant Soil 339(1-2): 147-161

30.Li, L., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S. (2011). Intercropping with wheat leads to greater root weight density and larger below-ground space of irrigated maize at late growth stages. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 57: 61-67.

31.Li, C.J., Saeed, M., Li, L., Partley ,J. (2011). Effects of wheat crop density on growth of ryegrass. Allelopathy Journal 27 (1): 43-54.

32.Yu, C.B., Li, Y.Y., Li, C.J., Sun, J.H., He, X.H., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2010). An improved nitrogen difference method for estimating biological nitrogen fixation in legume-based intercropping systems. Biology and Fertility of Soils 46: 227-235.

33.Li, Y.Y., Yu, C.B., Cheng, X., Li, C.J., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S., Lambers, H., Li, L. (2009). Intercropping alleviates the inhibitory effect of N fertilization on nodulation and symbiotic N2 fixation of faba bean. Plant and Soil 323:295–308.

34.Zhou, L.L., Cao, J., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2009). Rhizosphere acidification of faba bean, soybean and maize.Science of the Total Environment407,:4356-4362.

35.Zhang, H.Y., Schonhof, I., Krumbein, A., Gutezeit, B., Li, L., Stützel, H., Schreiner, M. (2008). Water supply and growing season influence glucosinolate concentration and composition in turnip root (Brassica rapa ssp. rapifera L.). Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 171: 255-265.

36.Li,S., Schonhof, I., Krumbein, A., Li, L.,Stützel, H., Schreiner, M. (2007). Glucosinolate concentration in turnip (Brassica rapa ssp. rapifera L.) roots as affected by nitrogen and sulfur supply. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55 (21), 8452-8457.

37.Li, L., Li, S.M., Sun, J.H., Zhou, L.L., Bao, X.G., Zhang, H.G., Zhang, F.S. (2007). Diversity enhances agricultural productivity via rhizospher phosphorus facilitation on phosphorus-deficient soils. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA (PNAS) 104: 11192-11196.

38.Song,Y.N., Marschner, P., Li, L., Bao, X.G., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S. (2007). Community composition ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in the rhizosphere of intercropped wheat, maize and faba bean. Biology and Fertility of Soils 44:307-314.

39.Song, Y.N., Zhang, F.S., Marschner, P., Fan, F.L., Gao, H.M., Bao, X.G., Sun J.-H., Li L. (2007). Effect of intercropping on crop yield and chemical and microbiological properties in rhizosphere of wheat, maize and faba bean. Biology and Fertility of Soils 43: 565-574.

40.Chen, Y.X., Zhang, F.S., Tang, L., Zheng, Y., Li, Y.J., Christie, P. and Li, L. (2007). Wheat powdery mildew and foliar N concentrations as influenced by N fertilization and belowground interactions with intercropped faba bean. Plant Soil 291: 1-13.

41.Fan, F.L., Zhang, F.S., Song, Y.N., Sun, J.H., Bao, X.G., Guo, T.W., Li, L. (2006). Nitrogen fixation of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) interacting with a non-legume in two contrasting intercropping systems. Plant and Soil 283: 281-292.

42.Li, L., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S., Guo, T.W., Bao, X.G., Smith, A.F., Smith S. (2006). Root distribution and interactions between intercropped species. Oecologia 147: 280-290

43.Li, W.X., Li, L., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S., Bao, X.G., Peng, A., Tang, C. (2005).Effects of intercropping and nitrogen application on nitrate present in the profile of an Orthic Anthrosol in Northwest China. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 105: 483-491.

44.Xiao, Y.B., Li, L., Zhang, F.S. (2004). Effect of root contact on interspecific competition and N transfer between wheat and faba bean using direct and indirect 15N techniques. Plant and Soil 262: 45-54.

45.Li, S.M., Li, L., Zhang, F.S. and Tang, C.X. (2004). Acid phosphatase role in chickpea/maize intercropping. Annals of Botany 94: 297-303.

46.Li, L., Tang, C., Rengel, Z. and Zhang, F.S. (2004). Calcium, magnesium and microelement uptake as affected by phosphorus sources and interspecific root interactions between wheat and chickpea. Plant and Soil 261: 29-37.

47.Lu, S.H., Liu, X.J., Li, L., Zhang, F.S, Zeng, X.Z. and Tang, C. (2004). Effect of manganese spatial distribution in the soil profile on wheat growth in rice-wheat rotation. Plant and Soil 261:39-46.

48.Zhang, F.S., Shen, J.B., Li, L. and Liu X. (2004). An overview of rhizosphere processes related with plant nutrition in major cropping systems in China. Plant and Soil 260:89-99.

49.Zheng, Y., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2003). Iron Availability as Affected by Soil Moisture in Intercropped Peanut and Maize. Journal of Plant Nutrition 26:2425-2437.

50.Li, L., Tang, C., Rengel, Z. and Zhang, F.S. (2003). Chickpea facilitates phosphorus uptake by intercropped wheat from an organic phosphorus source. Plant and Soil 248:297-303.

51.Zhang, F.S. and Li, L. (2003). Using competitive and facilitative interactions in intercropping systems enhances crop productivity and nutrient-use efficiency. Plant and Soil 248:305-312.

52.Li, W.X., Li, L., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S. and Christie, P. (2003). Effects of Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers and intercropping on uptake of nitrogen and phosphorus by wheat, maize and faba bean. Journal of Plant Nutrition 26 (3): 629-642.

53.Li, L., Zhang, F.S., Li, X.L., Christie, P., Yang, S.C. and Tang, C. (2003). Interspecific facilitation of nutrient uptakes by intercropped maize and faba bean. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 65: 61-71.

54.Sun, H.G., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. and Tang, C. (2002). The morphological changes of wheat genotypes as affected by the levels of localized phosphate supply. Plant and Soil 245: 233-238.

55.Li, L., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S., Li, X.L., Yang, S.C. and Rengel Z. (2001) Wheat/maize or wheat/soybean strip intercropping. I. Yield advantage and interspecific interactions on nutrients. Field Crops Research 71(2): 123-137.

56.Li, L., Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S., Li, X.L., Rengel, Z. and Yang, S.C. (2001). Wheat/maize or soybean strip intercropping. II. Recovery or compensation of maize and soybean after wheat harvesting. Field Crops Research 71(3): 173-181.

57.Zhang, F.S., Li, L., Sun, J.H. (2001). Contribution of above- and below-ground interactions to intercropping. In Horst et al. (eds) Plant Nutrition – Food security and sustainability of agroecosystems. Kluwer Academic Publishers pp979 – 980.

58.Li, L., Yang, S.C., Li, X.L., Zhang, F.S. and Christie, P. (1999). Interspecific complementary and Competitive interactions between intercropped maize and faba bean. Plant and Soil 212: 205-214.

PUBLICATIONS IN CHINESE JOURNALS

1.Li, L. (2016). Intercropping enhances agroecosystem services and functioning: Current knowledge and perspectives. Chinese Journal of Eco-Agriculture 24(4): 403−415.

2.Liu, X. R., Bao, X. G., Wang, Z. G., Li, L.(2016). Effects of continuous intercropping on crop productivity and chemical properties of soil fertility in orthic antrosols. Acta Pedologica Sinica 53(4):951-962.

3.Tang, M. M., Dong, N., Bao, X. G., Bing-Lin, L. U., Zhang, W. P., Zhang, M. J,Zhang, F. F., &Li, L. (2015). Effects of nutrient uptake and utilization on yield of intercropping systems in northwest china. Journal of China Agricultural University.

4.Zhang, Y.K., Chen, F.J., Li, L., Chen, Y.H., Liu, B.R., Zhou, Y.L., Yuan, L.X., Zhang, F.S., Mi, G.H. (2012). The role of maize root size in phosphorus uptake and productivity of maize/faba bean and maize/wheat intercropping systems. Science China Life Science 55: 993-1001.

5.Dang, X.Y., Liu, J.G., Pani,G.L., Wang, J.L., Wei, C.Z., Li, L., (2012). Uptake and conversion efficiencies of NPK and corresponding contribution to yield advantage in cotton-based intercropping systems. Chinese Journal of Eco-Agriculture 20(5): 513-519.

6.Li, Q.Z., Yu, C.B., Hu, H.S., Sun, J.H., Chen, W., Li, L. (2010). Difference of nitrogen utilization and distribution of mineral nitrogen in soil profile by competitive abilities of intercropping systems(in Chinese). Plant Nutrition and fertilizer Science 16(4): 777-785.

7.Lan, Y.F., Xia, H.Y., Liu, H.L., Yang, S.C., Sun, J.G., Li, L. (2010). Yield and inter-specific interactions in maize/chickpea intercrop under different application rates of P in irrigated sierozem along the Yellow River in Northwest China(in Chinese). Chinese Journal of Eco-Agriculture 18(5): 917−922.

8.Li, Y.Y., Pang, F.H., Sun, J.H., Li, L., Cheng, X. (2010). Effects of root barrier between intercropped maize and faba bean and nitrogen (N) application on the spatial distributions and morphology of crops Roots (in Chinese). Journal of China Agricultur al University 15( 4) : 13-19.

9.Yu. C.B., Shun, J.H., Li, L. (2009). Effect of interspecific interaction on crop growth and nutrition accumulation (in Chinese). Plant Nutrition and fertilizer Science 15(1):1-8.

10.Li, Y.Y., Song, Y.W., Cheng, X., Sun, J.H., Liu, J.L., Li, L. (2009). Impact of nitrogen application on the dynamics of dry matteraccumulation and nitrogen absorption and utilization of spring maize (in Chinese). Journal of China Agricultural University 14(1):61-65.

11.Li, Y.Y., Sun, J.H., Yu. C.B., Cheng, X., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2009). Effects of nitrogen ferti lization application and faba bean/ maize intercropping on the spatial and temporal distribution of soi l inorganic nitrogen Chinese). Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science 15 (4) : 815 – 823.

12.Li, Y.Y., Sun, J.H., Li, C.J, Li, L., Cheng, X., Zhang, F.S. (2009). Effects of Interspecific Interactions and Nitrogen Fertilization Rates on the Agoronmic and Nodulation Characteristics of Intercropped Faba Bean(in Chinese). Scientia Agricultura Sinica 42(10):3467-3474.

13.Li, Y.Y., Yu. C.B., Sun, J.H., Li, C.J., Li, L., Cheng, X. (2008). Nitrogen environmental endurance and economically-ecologically appropriate amount of nitrogen fertilizer in faba bean/maize intercropping system(in Chinese). Transactions of the CSAE 24(3)223227.

14.Miao, R., Zhang, F.S., Li, L. (2008). Shoot/root Biomass and Crops N- content Analysis of Maize/faba Bean, Wheat/faba Bean and Barley/faba Bean Intercropping Systems(in Chinese). Chinese Agricultural Science Bulletin 24(7):148-152.

15.Li, L., Li, X.L. and Zhang, F.S. (2000). Uptake and utilization of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium as related to yield advantage in the wheat/soybean intercropping (in Chinese). Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science 6: 134-142.

16.Li, L., Li, X.L. and Zhang, F.S. (2000). Facilitation of wheat to phosphorous uptake by soybean in the wheat/soybean intercropping (in Chinese), Acta Ecologica Sinica 20: 629-633.

17.Li, L., Yang, S.C. and Sun, J.H., Zhang, F.S. and Li, X.L. (1999). Interspecific competition and facilitation between species in the wheat/soybean intercropping (in Chinese). Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 10: 197-200.

18.Li, L., Yang, S.C. and Sun, J.H., Li, X.L. and Zhang, F.S. (1999). Dynamic of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium uptake by intercropped species in the spring wheat/soybean intercropping (in Chinese). Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science 5: 134-142.

19.Zheng, Z.Q.Li, L. and Feng, W.H. (1999). Adsorption and desorption of soil on different Boron ions (in Chinese). Soil and Environment Sciences 2(1): 25-34.

20.Li, L., Liu, Y.X., Zuo, Y.M., Li, X.L. and Zhang, F.S. (1999). On roles of rhizosphere theory in sustainable agriculture in China: Perspectives on rhizosphere effects in intercropping system (in Chinese). China Agricultural Science and Technology Review 1: 34-39.

21.Ai, W.D., Zhang, J.L., Li, L. and Li, X.L. (1998). Interspecific transfer of phosphorus by mycorrhizal hyphae between red clover and ryegrass (in Chinese). Acta Prataculture Sinaca 7: 14-20.

22.Li, L.Jin, S.L. and Zhang, L.H. (1996). Radiation capture, utilization and dry matter accumulation in wheat/maize intercropping (in Chinese). Acta Universitatis Agriculturalis Boreali-occidentalis 24: 42-48.

23.Li, L.Jin, S.L. and Zhang, L.H. (1996). Recovery and Optimal rate of nitrogen fertilizer in wheat/maize intercropping (in Chinese). Acta Universitatis Agriculturalis Boreali-occidentalis 24: 59-64.

24.Li, L.Jin, S.L. and Zhang, L.H. (1996). Study on optimal distribution of nitrogen fertilizer in different growth stage of maize intercropped with maize (in Chinese). Acta Universitatis Agriculturalis Boreali-occidentalis 24,:65-70.

25.Jin, S.L., Li, L. and Zhang, L.H. (1996). Nitrogen uptake and utilization in wheat/maize intercropping. Acta Universitatis Agriculturalis Boreali-occidentalis 24: 37-41.

26.Jin, S.L., Li, L. and Zhang, L.H. (1996). Effect of continuously intercropping on soil fertility. I. Soil fertility changes and crop yields. Acta Universitatis Agriculturalis Boreali-occidentalis 24: 49-53.

27.Jin, S.L., Li, L. and Zhang, L.H. (1996). Effect of continuously intercropping on soil fertility. II. Relationship between soil nutrient changes and fertilization. Acta Universitatis Agriculturalis Boreali-occidentalis 24: 54-58.

28.Jin, S.L., Li, L. and Zhang, L.H. (1996). Phosphorus and potassium nutrition in wheat/maize intercropping (in Chinese). Gansu Agricultural Science and Technology 1: 34-38.

29.Li, L. (1995). Contribution of fertilizers to grain production in Gansu. Gansu Agricultural Science and Technology 10: 23-25.

30.Li, L. (1992). Simplex lattice design and its application to fertilizer experiment. Chinese Journal of Soil Science 23: 283-285.

31.Li, L. (1988). Estimating soil fertility by using Fuzzy Judgment “Proceedings of 30th Anniversary of Found of Gansu Academy of Agricultural Sciences”.

32.Li, L. (1988). Evaluation relationship between soil fertility and soil physical and chemical properties using the method of Fuzzy Cluster Analysis, Gansu Agricultural Science and Technology 4: 27-30.

  

Non-refereed publications

33.Li, L.Zuo, Y.M. and Zhang, F.S. (2000). Mechanism of nutrient utilization in intercropping. In Zhang F.S. (ed), Advances in Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (Vol. 4). Beijing, China Agricultural Science and Technology Press.

34.Li, L. and Zhang, F.S. (2000). Perspectives on plant nutrition in intercropping. In National Science Foundation of China (ed), Advances in Plant Nutrition in China (in Chinese). Beijing, Scientific Press.

35.Li, L. (1995). Models of plant nutrition: A review. In Zhang F.S. (ed), Advances in Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (Vol. 3), Beijing, China Agricultural Press.

  

Conference papers presented

36.Li, S.M., Schreiner, M., Schonhof, I., Krambein, A., Li, L. and Stutzel.H. (2005). Effect of nitrogen and sulphur supply on yield and glucosinolates content of turnip (Brassica. rapa L.). In: Li, C.J., Zhang, F.S., Dobermann, A., Hinsinger, P., Lambers, H., Li, X.L., Marschner, P., Maene, L., McGrath, S., Oenema, O., Peng, S.B., Rengel, Z., Shen, Q.S., Welch, R., von, Wirén N., Yan, X.L., Zhu, Y.G., eds. Plant Nutrition for Food Security, Human Health and Environmental Protection. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 358-359.

37.Zhang, H.Y., Schreiner, M., Schonhof, I., Krambein, A., Li L. and Stutzel. H. (2005). Effect of nitrogen and sulphur supply on yield and glucosinolates content of turnip (Brassica. rapa L.). In: Li, C.J., Zhang, F.S., Dobermann, A., Hinsinger, P., Lambers, H., Li, X.L., Marschner, P., Maene, L., McGrath, S., Oenema, O., Peng, S.B., Rengel, Z., Shen, Q.S., Welch, R., von, Wirén. N., Yan, X.L., Zhu, Y.G., eds. Plant Nutrition for Food Security, Human Health and Environmental Protection. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 592-593.

38.Li, L. and Zhang, F.S. (2005) Physiological mechanism of interspecific facilitation of nitrogen and phosphorus utilization in intercropping systems. C.J. Li et al. (eds), Proceedings of the 15th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium. Plant Nutrition for Food Security, Human Health and Environmental Protection. Page 1060-1061.

39.Li, L., Tang, C., Rengel, Z., Zhang, F.S. (2004). Soil acidification as affected by P source and interspecific interactions between wheat and chickpea. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Plant-Soil Interactions at Low pH. Page 100-101.

40.Li, L., Zhang, F.S., Sun, J.H., et al. (2003). Effect of interspecific interactions between maize and different legumes on phosphorus uptake by maize in legumes/maize intercropping under two levels of nitrogen supply. Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium on Phosphorus Dynamics in the Soil-Plant Continuum. Pages 214-215.Perth, Western Australia, 21-26. September 2003.

41.Zhang, F.S., Li, L., Sun, J.H., etal. (2003). Do interspecific interactions reduce phosphorus fertilizer rates in the faba bean/maize intercropping? Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium on Phosphorus Dynamics in the Soil-Plant Continuum.Pages 184-185. Perth, Western Australia, 21-26. September 2003.

42.Zhang, F.S., Li, L., Sun, J.H. (2001). Contribution of above- and below-ground interactions to intercropping. In Horst et al. (eds) Plant Nutrition – Food security and sustainability of agro-ecosystems. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp979 – 980.

43.Li, L., Li, X.L. and Zhang, F.S. (2000). Facilitation of wheat to phosphorus uptake by soybean in the wheat/soybean intercropping. Fourth W.A. Symposium on Ion in the Soil-Water-Plant Continuum. Perth, Australia, April 26, 2000.

44.Li, L., Li, X.L. (1999) Advances in nitrogen nutrition in intercropping. In Li S.X. (ed), Advances in Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Shaanxi Scientific and Technological Press.

45.Li, L. and Jin, S.L. (1997) Absorption and conversion efficiency of nutrients in wheat/maize intercropping. In He J.Z. (ed) Perspectives of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition in 21 Century. Chinese Agricultural Science and Technology Press. Conference, Chinese Society of Soil Science, Wuhan, October 5-10, 1997.

46.Li, L. and Jin, S.L. (1995). Perspectives on plant nutrition and fertilization in the intercropping systems. In Chinese Society of Plant Nutrition and Fertilization (ed), Plant Nutrition and Fertilization in Modern Agriculture (in Chinese). First Conference, Chinese Plant Nutrition and Fertilization, Chengdu, October 12-15, 1994.

47.Li, L. (1994). Factors affecting residual effect of P fertilizer in long-term field experiment. In Xu M.G. (ed), Advances in Soil Science. China Agricultural Science and Technology Press. Conference, Chinese Society of Soil Science, October 18-20, 1994.

Book Chapter

48.Li, L., Zhang, L.Z. and Zhang, F.S. (2013). Crop Mixtures and the Mechanisms of Overyielding. In: Levin S.A.(ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, Volume 2, pp. 382-395. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

49.Li L & Zhang FS. Productivity and Interspecific Interactions in Intercropping. In KG Saxen & KS Rao, Soil Biodiversity: Inventory, Functions and Management. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh. 2016

50.Li, L., Zhang, W.P. and Zhang, L.Z. (2016). How above-ground interspecific interactions between intercropped species contribute to overyielding and efficient resource utilization: A review of research in China. In Luo Shiming & Stephen R. Gliessman (eds) Agroecology in China: Science, Practice, and Sustainable Management. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group

51.Huang Luqi, Guo Lanping, Wang Sheng, Tang Wisheng, Tong Ling, Li Long et al., 2016. Technology and Perspective of Sustainable Biodiversity Utilization. In Li Wenhua (ed.) Contemporary Ecology Research in China. Springer 2016.

Book

52.Li, L. (2013). The Ecological Principles and Applications of Biological N2 Fixation in Legumes-based Intercropping Systems. China Agricultural University Press.


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