Weiming Shi
  • Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Research fields
  • Plant science
Personal information


Ph.D. in Soil Science, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 1989

Current position

Professor, Director of Research Center for Non-point Source Pollution Control, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Publications (since 2009)

  1. Li, B., Li, G., Kronzucker, H. J., Baluska, F. and Shi, W. (2014). Ammonium stress in Arabidopsis: signaling, genetic loci, and physiological targets. Trends Plant Sci 19(2): 107-114.
  2. Lu, Y., Zhou, Y., Nakai, S., Hosomi, M., Zhang, H., Kronzucker, H. J. and Shi, W. (2014). Stimulation of nitrogen removal in the rhizosphere of aquatic duckweed by root exudate components. Planta 239(3): 591-603.
  3. Li, S., Banuelos, G. S., Wu, L. and Shi, W. (2014). The changing selenium nutritional status of Chinese residents. Nutrients 6(3): 1103-1114.
  4. Li, Y., Shi, W. and Wang, X. (2014). New insights into how increases in fertility improve the growth of rice at the seedling stage in red soil regions of subtropical China. PLoS One 9(10): e109161.
  5. Xu, W., Jia, L., Shi, W., Liang, J., Zhou, F., Li, Q. and Zhang, J. (2013). Abscisic acid accumulation modulates auxin transport in the root tip to enhance proton secretion for maintaining root growth under moderate water stress. New Phytol 197(1): 139-150.
  6. Xu, W., Jia, L., Shi, W., Baluska, F., Kronzucker, H. J., Liang, J. and Zhang, J. (2013). The Tomato 14-3-3 protein TFT4 modulates H+ efflux, basipetal auxin transport, and the PKS5-J3 pathway in the root growth response to alkaline stress. Plant Physiol 163(4): 1817-1828.
  7. Li, G., Li, B., Dong, G., Feng, X., Kronzucker, H. J. and Shi, W. (2013). Ammonium-induced shoot ethylene production is associated with the inhibition of lateral root formation in Arabidopsis. J Exp Bot 64(5): 1413-1425.
  8. Chen, G., Guo, S., Kronzucker, H. J. and Shi, W. (2013). Nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) in rice links to NH4+ toxicity and futile NH4+ cycling in roots. Plant and Soil 369(1-2): 351-363.
  9. Sun, H., Zhang, H., Yu, Z., Wu, J., Jiang, P., Yuan, X. and Shi, W. (2013). Combination system of full-scale constructed wetlands and wetland paddy fields to remove nitrogen and phosphorus from rural unregulated non-point sources. Environ Geochem Health 35(6): 801-809.
  10. Zou, N., Li, B., Chen, H., Su, Y., Kronzucker, H. J., Xiong, L., Baluska, F. and Shi, W. (2013). GSA-1/ARG1 protects root gravitropism in Arabidopsis under ammonium stress. New Phytol 200(1): 97-111.
  11. Sun, H. J., Zhang, H. L., Wu, J. S., Jiang, P. K., Shi, W. M. (2013) Laboratory lysimeter analysis of NH3 and N2O emissions and leaching losses of nitrogen in a rice-wheat rotation system irrigated with nitrogen-rich wastewater. Soil Sci. 178: 316-323.
  12. Lu, W.-W., Zhang, H.-L. and Shi, W.-M. (2013). Dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium in an anaerobic agricultural soil as affected by glucose and free sulfide. European Journal of Soil Biology 58: 98-104.
  13. Min, J., Shi, W., Xing, G., Powlson, D. and Zhu, Z. (2012). Nitrous oxide emissions from vegetables grown in a polytunnel treated with high rates of applied nitrogen fertilizers in Southern China. Soil Use and Management 28(1): 70-77.
  14. Min, J., Zhang, H. and Shi, W. (2012). Optimizing nitrogen input to reduce nitrate leaching loss in greenhouse vegetable production. Agricultural Water Management 111: 53-59.
  15. Zhao, X., Zhou, Y., Min, J., Wang, S., Shi, W. and Xing, G. (2012). Nitrogen runoff dominates water nitrogen pollution from rice-wheat rotation in the Taihu Lake region of China. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 156: 1-11.
  16. Lu, W. W., Riya, S., Zhou, S., Hosomi, M., Zhang, H. L. and Shi, W. M. (2012). In situ dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium in a paddy soil fertilized with liquid cattle waste. Pedosphere 22(3): 314-321.
  17. Riya, S., MIN, J., ZHOU, S., Wei-Ming, S. and Hosomi, M. (2012). Short-term responses of nitrous oxide emissions and concentration profiles to fertilization and irrigation in greenhouse vegetable cultivation. Pedosphere 22(6): 764-775.
  18. Liu, X. H., Shi, W. M., Zhou, S. and Hosomi, M. (2012). Improved capillary electrophoresis method with a new buffer for the determination of major cations in soil extracts. Commun Soil Sci Plan 43(5): 788-798.
  19. Li, B., Li, Q., Xiong, L., Kronzucker, H. J., Kramer, U. and Shi, W. (2012). Arabidopsis plastid AMOS1/EGY1 integrates abscisic acid signaling to regulate global gene expression response to ammonium stress. Plant Physiol 160(4): 2040-2051.
  20. Shen, W., Lin, X., Gao, N., Shi, W., Min, J. and He, X. (2011). Nitrogen fertilization changes abundance and community composition of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria. Soil Sci Soc Am J 75(6): 2198-2205.
  21. Min, J., Shi, W., Xing, G., Zhang, H. and Zhu, Z. (2011). Effects of a catch crop and reduced nitrogen fertilization on nitrogen leaching in greenhouse vegetable production systems. Nutr Cycl Agroecosys 91(1): 31-39.
  22. Min, J., Zhao, X., Shi, W.-M., Xing, G.-X. and Zhu, Z.-L. (2011). Nitrogen balance and loss in a greenhouse vegetable system in southeastern China. Pedosphere 21(4): 464-472.
  23. Shi, W. M., Xu, W. F., Li, S. M., Zhao, X. Q. and Dong, G. Q. (2010). Responses of two rice cultivars differing in seedling-stage nitrogen use efficiency to growth under low-nitrogen conditions. Plant Soil 326(1-2): 291-302.
  24. Shen, W., Lin, X., Shi, W., Min, J., Gao, N., Zhang, H., Yin, R. and He, X. (2010). Higher rates of nitrogen fertilization decrease soil enzyme activities, microbial functional diversity and nitrification capacity in a Chinese polytunnel greenhouse vegetable land. Plant Soil 337(1-2): 137-150.
  25. Shi, W. M., Yao, J. and Yan. F. (2009). Vegetable cultivation under greenhouse conditions leads to rapid accumulation of nutrients, acidification and salinity of soils and groundwater contamination in South-Eastern China. Nutr Cycl Agroecosyst 83(1): 73-84.
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