Lei Tian

Lei Tian
Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, · Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Publications (80)
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Background The assembly of the rhizomicrobiome, i.e., the microbiome in the soil adhering to the root, is influenced by soil conditions. Here, we investigated the core rhizomicrobiome of a wild plant species transplanted to an identical soil type with small differences in chemical factors and the impact of these soil chemistry differences on the co...
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The barriers caused by continuous tillage have had a negative impact on the crop and soil environment. Black soils are economically important as a valuable natural resource in Northeast China, but limited soil resources have led to continuous planting of major food crops and medicinal plants. At present, the extent to which two different types of p...
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Wild rice is an important improved resource for cultivated rice and its unique ability to resist biotic and abiotic stress has attracted the attention of many scholars. The microbial community structure in the rhizosphere and leaf area of different rice varieties is also different, which may be one of the reasons for the difference in stress resist...
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This study aimed to reveal the potential mechanism of influence exogenous cellulose-degrading bacteria (ECDB) exerted on humus synthesis during the co-composting of corn straw and cattle manure. By measuring the changes in physicochemical factors and bacterial communities, it was revealed that inoculation with ECDB enhanced the driving force of cel...
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With the warming global climate, drought stress is considered to be the most important abiotic factor limiting plant growth and yield in the world. Drought stress has serious impacts on crop production. Many researchers have studied the influences of drought stress on crop production and plant physiology; however, few researchers have combined root...
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The Songnen Plain in northeast China was one of three major grasslands in China and has now become one of the most concentrated areas of sodic‐saline soil worldwide due to soil parent material characteristics, hydrological conditions, and overgrazing. The aim of this study was to evaluate the direct effects of environmental factors in shaping proka...
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Asian cultivated rice (Oryza sativa L.), domesticated from Asian wild rice, is a staple food crop for populations around the world. Asian cultivated rice has undergone physiological changes in the process of its evolution from Asian wild rice, and the closely related rhizosphere microorganisms may have changed in the process of plant domestication....
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Rice is a staple food for the world’s population. However, the straw produced by rice cultivation is not used sufficiently. Returning rice straw to the field is an effective way to help reduce labor and protect the soil. This study focused on the effect of water-covered depth with the freeze–thaw cycle on rice straw decomposition and the soil funga...
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AimsSpecific soil bacteria can sense and respond to the selective rhizosphere recruitment of root exudates using unique systems of chemotaxis that mediate plant-microbe and microbe-microbe interactions. This study investigates how the bacterial chemotaxis systems have been impacted by selection during the domestication of rice (Oryza species).Metho...
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Microbial communities from rhizosphere (rhizomicrobiomes) have been significantly impacted by domestication as evidenced by a comparison of the rhizomicrobiomes of wild and related cultivated rice accessions. While there have been many published studies focusing on the structure of the rhizomicrobiome, studies comparing the functional traits of the...
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Soil physicochemical properties and fungal communities are pivotal factors for continuous cropping of American ginseng ( Panax quinquefolium L.). However, the response of soil physicochemical properties and fungal communities to replant disease of American ginseng has not yet been studied. High-throughput sequencing and soil physicochemical analyse...
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Rice straw is a byproduct of agricultural production and an important agricultural resource. However, rice straw has not yet been effectively used, and incorrect treatment methods (such as burning in the field) can cause serious damage to the environment. Studies have shown that straw returning is beneficial to soil, but there have been few studies...
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American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium L.) is a perennial plant that is cultivated for medicinal purposes. Unfortunately, outbreaks of root rot disease in American ginseng (AG) reduce yields and result in serious economic losses. Information on the dynamics of soil microbial communities associated with healthy and diseased AG of different ages is li...
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Background Rice, which serves as a staple food for more than half of the world’s population, is grown worldwide. The hybridization of wild and cultivated rice has enabled the incorporation of resistance to varying environmental conditions. Endophytic microbiota are known to be transferred with their host plants. Although some studies have reported...
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The rhizosphere fungal community affects the ability of crops to acquire nutrients and their susceptibility to pathogen invasion. However, the effects of rice domestication on the diversity and interactions of rhizosphere fungal community still remain largely unknown. Here, internal transcribed spacer amplicon sequencing was used to systematically...
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Background The soil microbiome drives soil ecosystem function, and soil microbial functionality is directly linked to interactions between microbes and the soil environment. However, the context-dependent interactions in the soil microbiome remain largely unknown. Results Using latent variable models (LVMs), we disentangle the biotic and abiotic i...
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The rhizomicrobial community is influenced by plant genotype. However, the potential differences in the co-assembly of bacterial and fungal communities between parental lines and different generations of rice progenies have not been examined. Here we compared the bacterial and fungal communities in the rhizomicrobiomes of female parent Oryza rufipo...
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Soybean is considered as one of the most important food for both humans and animals; unfortunately, it faces soil-borne diseases caused by bacteria or fungi, leading to severe yield losses. Hybridization has helped the soybean to obtain beneficial genes from wild species that can resist some adverse conditions. However, the influences of hybridizat...
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Dongxiang common wild rice (CWR) is extremely cold tolerant, which can grow at the northernmost latitudes. To take full advantage of Dongxiang CWR’s cold tolerance for rice production and breeding, it is important to obtain a deep understanding of the mechanism underlying its cold tolerance. In this study, the rhizospheric microbiome of CWR was inv...
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Ecological stoichiometry provides the possibility for linking microbial dynamics with soil carbon (C), nitrogen (N), and phosphorus (P) metabolisms in response to agricultural nutrient management. To determine the roles of fertilization and residue return with respect to ecological stoichiometry, we collected soil samples from a 30-year field exper...
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Background Rice root-inhabited microbial communities are seriously affected by domestication as evidenced by comparing the rhizomicrobiomes of wild and related cultivated rice species. While earlier studies focused on the structures of the rhizomicrobiomes, here, we compared the functioning of the microbial communities in the rhizosphere of wild ve...
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Background: Rice, which serves as a staple food for more than half of the world’s population, has been planted all over the world. The hybridization of wild and cultivated rice has helped rice gain resistance to variable environmental conditions. Endophytic microbiomes have been known to be transferred along with the plants. However, the endophytic...
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Plants are associated with hundreds of thousands of microbes that are present outside on the surfaces or colonizing inside plant organs, such as leaves and roots. Plant-associated microbiota plays a vital role in regulating various biological processes and affects a wide range of traits involved in plant growth and development, as well as plant res...
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Functional analyses of various strigolactone‐deficient mutants have demonstrated that strigolactones enhance drought resistance; however, the mechanistic involvement of the strigolactone receptor DWARF14 (D14) in this trait remains elusive. In this study, loss‐of‐function analysis of the D14 gene in Arabidopsis thaliana revealed that d14 mutant pla...
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Continuous cropping of soybean often causes significant declines in yields of soybean because of the outbreaks of soil-borne fungal diseases. It has been reported that wild crops often harbour a unique microbiome to benefit the host plants. Thus, it is necessary to find the different community structures of the rhizomicrobiomes associated with cult...
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Little known the connections between soybeans mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) gene expression and the rhizomicrobiome upon invasion of the root pathogen Fusarium oxysporum. To address this lack of knowledge, we assessed the rhizomicrobiome and root transcriptome sequencing of wild and cultivated soybean during the invasion of F. oxysporum....
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Plant domestication was a pivotal accomplishment in human history, which led to a reduction in genetic diversity of crop species; however, there was less research focus on how this reduced genetic diversity of crops in affecting rhizosphere microbial communities during crop domestication process. Here, we used high-throughput sequencing to explore...
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The rhizospheric microbiome appears to be one of the key determinants of plant health and productivity. In this study, to understand the assembly process of the rhizospheric microbiome, the effects of different sites, soils and plants on the rhizospheric microbiome were compared and examined using high-throughput sequencing. A series of comparisons...
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This study presents evidence that strigolactones (SLs) promote defense against devastating rice blast fungal pathogen Magnaporthe oryzae. Impairment in either SL-biosynthetic dwarf17 (d17) or -signaling (d14) led to increased susceptibility towards M. oryzae. Comparative transcriptome profiling of the SL-signaling d14 mutant and WT plants revealed...
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Background Rice, which serves as a staple food for more than half of the world’s population, is very susceptible to the pathogenic fungus, Magnaporthe oryzae. However, common wild rice (Oryza rufipogon), which is the ancestor of Asian cultivated rice (O. sativa), has significant potential as a genetic source of resistance to M. oryzae. Recent studi...
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The fungicides used to control diseases in cereal production can have adverse effects on non-target microbial communities, with possible consequences for plant health and productivity. Although we know that fungicides affect microbial community structure and soil activities, it is unclear how crop cultivars have altered the impact of fungicides on...
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Asian cultivated rice (Oryza sativa L), the important cereal crop, has low resistance to numerous biotic and abiotic stresses compared to its ancestral wild rice (Oryza rufipogon). Although genetic studies have shown that the susceptibility of cultivated rice towards various environmental stresses is due to its narrow genetic diversity caused by do...
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Species analysis of AMF based on high-throughput sequencing in the original rhizospheric soil of 2-yr-old ginseng planting root. (A) The percentage of AMF in total fungi of the original rhizospheric soil taken from 2-yr-old ginseng. X-axis and Y-axis indicate group and the ratio of AMF in total fungi, respectively. (B) AMF species of the original r...
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HPLC curve of standard ginsenoside monomers. Six standard ginsenoside monomers, Re, Rg1, Rb1, Rb2, Rc, and Rd were mixed together and made to a concentration of 2 μg/mL. The mobile phase solution was (A) acetonitrile and (B) water. The program used was as follows: 0–20 min, 22% acetonitrile; 20–25 min, 22–30% acetonitrile; 25–45 min, 30–46% acetoni...
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To understand the mechanisms of soil ameliorants affecting microbial communities is important for saline-sodic soils reclamation. High-throughput sequencing was used to characterize the fungal community in soils amended with four types of ameliorants over an 8-year period. Besides a control without any additional ameliorant (CK), other four treatme...
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Cultivated soybean (Glycine max) was derived from the wild soybean (Glycine soja), which has genetic resources that can be critically important for improving plant stress resistance. However, little information is available pertaining to the molecular and physiochemical comparison between the cultivated and wild soybeans in response to the pathogen...
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Soil salinization is one of the key factors that threatens plant existence worldwide and is a major challenge to sustain crop production and soil quality. However, there has been limited research on the responses of microbial communities and enzyme activities under soil amendments application in saline alkaline soils. Here, we explored the response...
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1, 10-Phenanthroline (Phen) as a new promoter has been found. Cyclic voltammetry, chronoamperometry and CO-stripping tests reveals the Phen modified Pt electrode exhibits remarkably enhanced electrocatalytic activity and durability towards electro-oxidation of formic acid (EOFA). Particularly, the EOFA on Phen modified Pt electrode only follows des...
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Panax ginseng is an important medicinal herb due to its ability to strengthen the human immune system. However, due to the increasing needs of ginseng in medicine, the continuous cropping of ginseng has become more common and has resulted in increased problems with fungal decay. Thus, chemical fungicides are commonly used in ginseng plantings, whic...
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The rhizomicrobiome plays a key role in suppressing soil-borne plant diseases. It remains unclear if crop domestication has altered the rhizomicrobiome and reduced the resistance of domesticated crops to pathogens. To investigate this question, the pathogenic fungus Magnaporthe oryzae was administered to the rhizosphere of plants of cultivated and...
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There is concerted understanding that soil bacterial communities have the main influence in directing the structure of soil environment yet little is acknowledged about their ecological distribution. We assessed the distribution pattern for the unique community structure and rich diversity of bacteria including Frankia and the connection between en...
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The plant and root-associated microbiomes are closely related. Plant metabolic substances can serve as a nutrient source for the microbiome, and in return, the microbiome can regulate the production of plant metabolic substances. Wild rice (Oryza rufipogon), as the ancestor of cultivated rice (Oryza sativa), has changed several metabolic pathways a...
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Ethylene is involved in regulation of various aspects of plant growth and development. Physiological and genetic analyses have indicated the existence of crosstalk between ethylene and other phytohormones, including auxin, cytokinin (CK), abscisic acid (ABA), gibberellin (GA), salicylic acid (SA), jasmonic acid (JA), brassinosteroid (BR) and strigo...
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Background: Magnaporthe oryzae, the causal fungus of rice blast disease, negatively impacts global rice production. Wild rice (Oryza rufipogon), a relative of cultivated rice (O. sativa), possesses unique attributes that enable it to resist pathogen invasion. Although wild rice represents a major resource for disease resistance, relative to curren...
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Establishment of an appropriate vegetation system for reclamation of saline-sodic soils requires specific studies for specific salt-affected region(s). The phytoremediation of saline-sodic soils has not been well documented in the Songnen Plain of northeast China. Thus, in this study we aimed to investigate the effects of grass (G) and maize (Zea m...
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Peatlands in the Sanjiang Plain could be more vulnerable to global warming because they are located at the southernmost boundary of northern peatlands. Unlike bacteria, fungi are often overlooked, even though they play important roles in substance circulation in the peatland ecosystems. Accordingly, it is imperative that we deepen our understanding...
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