Ecology, Polynucleobacter, Bacterioplankton, Polynucleobacter necessarius and Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis are his primary areas of study. His Ecology research focuses on Microbial ecology and how it connects with Zoology and Genome size. Polynucleobacter and Ultramicrobacteria are commonly linked in his work.
His Bacterioplankton research incorporates elements of Botany, Alphaproteobacteria, Plankton, Betaproteobacteria and Phylotype. His work deals with themes such as Library and Ribosomal RNA, Internal transcribed spacer, which intersect with Polynucleobacter necessarius. Qinglong L. Wu works mostly in the field of Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis, limiting it down to topics relating to Salinity and, in certain cases, Proteobacteria and Taxon.
His main research concerns Ecology, Bacterioplankton, Eutrophication, Bacteria and 16S ribosomal RNA. Qinglong L. Wu does research in Bacterioplankton, focusing on Polynucleobacter specifically. His studies deal with areas such as Limnohabitans and Microbial ecology as well as Polynucleobacter.
His Eutrophication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mesocosm, Water column and Microcystis. Qinglong L. Wu has included themes like Abundance, Botany and Microbiology in his Bacteria study. His research in 16S ribosomal RNA intersects with topics in Ribosomal RNA and Phylogenetic tree.
Qinglong L. Wu mainly investigates Ecology, Macrophyte, Alpha diversity, Aquatic ecosystem and Rhizosphere. His studies in Species richness, Biogeochemical cycle, Freshwater ecosystem, Ecosystem and Eutrophication are all subfields of Ecology research. Qinglong L. Wu has researched Eutrophication in several fields, including Lake ecosystem, Habitat, Water column, Plankton and Trophic level.
Macrophyte is closely attributed to Bacterioplankton in his work. In his work, Phytoplankton is strongly intertwined with Community composition, which is a subfield of Bacterioplankton. Within one scientific family, Qinglong L. Wu focuses on topics pertaining to Beta diversity under Alpha diversity, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Macroecology and Climate change.
Qinglong L. Wu spends much of his time researching Ecology, Aquatic ecosystem, Biotransformation, Comammox and Water column. Many of his studies on Ecology apply to Rhizosphere as well. Qinglong L. Wu combines subjects such as Macrophyte, Pollution, Surface water and Algae with his study of Aquatic ecosystem.
His research integrates issues of Littoral zone, Algal bloom, Total organic carbon and Transect in his study of Water column. His Eutrophication study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ecological niche, Lake ecosystem, Habitat, Chlorophyta and Plankton. His studies in Alpha diversity integrate themes in fields like Climate change, Beta diversity and Ecosystem, Freshwater ecosystem.
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Environmental issues of Lake Taihu, China
Boqiang Qin;Pengzhu Xu;Qinglong Wu;Liancong Luo.
Intragenomic Heterogeneity of 16S rRNA Genes Causes Overestimation of Prokaryotic Diversity
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2013)
Bacterioplankton Community Composition along a Salinity Gradient of Sixteen High-Mountain Lakes Located on the Tibetan Plateau, China
Qinglong L. Wu;Qinglong L. Wu;Gabriel Zwart;Michael Schauer;Miranda P. Kamst-van Agterveld.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2006)
Isolation of novel ultramicrobacteria classified as actinobacteria from five freshwater habitats in Europe and Asia.
Martin W. Hahn;Heinrich Lünsdorf;Qinglong Wu;Qinglong Wu;Michael Schauer.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2003)
The filtration-acclimatization method for isolation of an important fraction of the not readily cultivable bacteria.
Martin W Hahn;Peter Stadler;Qinglong L Wu;Qinglong L Wu;Matthias Pöckl.
Journal of Microbiological Methods (2004)
Submersed macrophytes play a key role in structuring bacterioplankton community composition in the large, shallow, subtropical Taihu Lake, China.
Qinglong L. Wu;Qinglong L. Wu;Gabriel Zwart;Jianfeng Wu;Miranda P. Kamst-van Agterveld.
Environmental Microbiology (2007)
Do patterns of bacterial diversity along salinity gradients differ from those observed for macroorganisms
Jianjun Wang;Dongmei Yang;Yong Zhang;Yong Zhang;Ji Shen.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Differences in structure and dynamics of Polynucleobacter communities in a temperate and a subtropical lake, revealed at three phylogenetic levels
Qinglong L. Wu;Qinglong L. Wu;Martin W. Hahn.
FEMS Microbiology Ecology (2006)
Network analysis reveals seasonal variation of co-occurrence correlations between Cyanobacteria and other bacterioplankton.
Dayong Zhao;Feng Shen;Jin Zeng;Rui Huang.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
High predictability of the seasonal dynamics of a species-like Polynucleobacter population in a freshwater lake.
Environmental Microbiology (2006)
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