Faculty member
Yingqing Lu

Email: yqlu@ibcas.ac.cn
Telephone: 010-62836441
Address:   20 Nan Xin Cun, Xiangshan, Beijing
Postcode: 100093

Research Areas


Ecological and evolutionary genomics
Plant mating systems
Molecular evolution

Education

PhD  University of Wisconsin - Madison

Experience

   
Work Experience
2003 -            Principle investigator, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

1997 - 2003   Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Biology, Duke University 

1995 - 1996   Research fellow, University of Wisconsin – Madison 

1988 - 1989   Assistant Researcher, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences 

Teaching Experience
2003 - now    Mentoring graduate students

2004 - 2007  Advanced topics in ecological and evolutionary genomics, 
                     Institute of  Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2001             Laboratory instructor, Duke University

1991-1995   Teaching assistant, University of Wisconsin- Madison

1983-1985   Teaching assistant, Chinese University of Pharmacy 

Publications

   
Papers

Yingqing Lu, Jin Du, Jingyu Tang, Fang Wang, Jie Zhang, Jinxia Huang, Weifeng Liang, Liangshen Wang  (2009) Environmental regulation of floral anthocyanin synthesis in Ipomoea purpurea. Molecular Ecology 18: 3857-3871.

Yingqing Lu (2009) Functional significance of genetic polymorphisms. Frontiers of Biology in China  4(3): 266–270. 

Mark D. Rausher, Yingqing Lu, Kyle Meyer (2008) Variation in constraint versus positive selection as an explanation for evolutionary rate variation among anthocyanin genes. Journal of Molecular Evolution 67: 137-144. 

Yingqing Lu (2006) Historical events and allelic polymorphism at the gametophytic self-incompatibility locus in Solanaceae. Heredity 96:22-28. 

Shu-Mei Chang, Yingqing Lu, and Mark D. Rausher (2005) Neutral evolution of the nonbonding region of the anthocyanin regulatory gene Ipmyb1 in Ipomoea. Genetics 170: 1967-1978. 

Yingqing Lu, Donald M. Waller, and Peter David (2005) Genetic variability is correlated with population size and reproduction in American wild-rice (Zizania palustris var. palustris) populations. American Journal of Botany 92: 990-997. 

Yingqing Lu, and Mark D. Rausher (2003) Evolutionary rate variation in anthocyanin pathway genes. Molecular Biology and Evolution 20:1844-1853. 

Yingqing Lu (2002) Molecular evolution at the self-incompatibility locus of Physalis longifolia (Solanaceae). Journal of Molecular Evolution 54: 784-793. 

Yingqing Lu (2002) Why is cleistogamy a selected reproductive strategy in Impatiens capensis (Balsaminaceae)? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 75: 543-553. 

Yingqing Lu (2001) The roles of lineage sorting and phylogenetic relationship in genetic diversity at the gametophytic self-incompatibility locus of Physalis longifolia. Heredity 86: 195-205. 

Yingqing Lu (2000) Effects of density on mixed-mating systems and reproduction in natural populations of Impatiens capensis. International Journal of Plant Science 161: 671-681.

Students

已指导学生

唐静宇  硕士研究生  071001-植物学  

张晶晶  博士研究生  071001-植物学  

现指导学生

陈嘉妮  硕士研究生  071001-植物学  

王海龙  博士研究生  071001-植物学  

张瑞娟  硕士研究生  071001-植物学  

谢露露  博士研究生  071001-植物学  

祝志欣  博士研究生  071001-植物学  

王义亭  硕士研究生  071001-植物学