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Lu, Laifeng

  

Laifeng Lu

Ph.D, Lecturer/ Master's tutor

address:

Yifulou Building, College of Food Engineering & Biotechnology, Tianjin University of Science and Technology, TEDA, Tianjin, 300457, China

email:

Frank@tust.edu.cn

phone:

+86 022-60912453

Biography

Dr. Laifeng Lu currently served for Tianjin University of Science & Technology as a Lecturer and Master's tutor since 2015. After receiving a BS in Food Science and Engineering, 2006/ 2010, Harbin Institute of Technology, He obtained his Ph.D degree in Food Science, 2010/ 2015, from Zhejiang University, China. Dr. Lu also received training in Bioinformatics from Zhejiang-California International NanoSystems Institute, 2011 and was a visiting scholar of Molecular Phytopathology & Mycotoxin Research, 2014/ 2015, Georg-August-University of Göttingen, Germany.

Research Interests

Laifeng Lu started his research work on postharvest physiology & pathology since 2009, and thus far has participated in more than 10 projects which research related to Postharvest Physiological disorders, Postharvest disease control, Postharvest chemical application, Postharvest fungicide safety, Fruit Respiration measurement and interpretation and so on. Dr. Lu is currently working on (1) Molecular mechanism of fruit ripening, senescence and disease resistance maintaining; (2) Components from microbes that affect or modulate fruit-microbe interactions; (3) Bioactive secondary metabolites of microorganisms (e.g. actinomycete) including Synthesis and Degradative pathways and their interactive model; (4) Ecological role of mycotoxins in plant/fungus interactions and mycotoxins biological control. Examples of projects under research: Regulatory mechanism of disease resistance by miRNAs and JAZs against postharvest grey mold in Lycopersicum esculentum (National Natural Science Foundation of China); Testing antimicrobial key technology of Streptomyces TD-1 to prevent and cure Crop Diseases (Natural Science Foundation of Tianjin), so on.

Recent Publications

[1] Lu L. F., Ji L. F., Qiao L. P., Zhang Y. L., Chen M. H., Wang C. L., Chen, H. T., & Zheng, X. D. 2018. Combined treatment with Rhodosporidium paludigenum and ammonium molybdate for the management of green mold in satsuma mandarin (Citrus unshiu Marc.). Postharvest Biology and Technology, POSTEC_10604

[2] Lu, L. F., Wang, J. X., Zhu, R. Y., Lu, H. P., Zheng, X. D., & Yu, T. 2015. Transcript profiling analysis of Rhodosporidium paludigenum-mediated signalling pathways and defense responses in mandarin orange. Food Chemistry, 172, 603-612.

[3] Lu, L. F., Liu, Y., Yang, J. L., Azat, R., Yu, T., & Zheng, X. D. 2014. Quaternary chitosan oligomers enhance resistance and biocontrol efficacy of Rhodosporidium paludigenum to green mold in satsuma orange. Carbohydrate Polymers, 113, 174-181.

[4] Lu, L. F., Xu, S. X., Zeng, L. Z., Zheng, X. D., & Yu, T. 2014. Rhodosporidium paludigenum induced resistance in Ponkan mandarin against Penicillium digitatum requires ethylene-dependent signaling pathway. Postharvest Biology and Technology, 97, 93-101.

[5] Lu, L. F., Lu, H. P., Wu, C. Q., Fang, W. W., Yu, C., Ye, C. Z., Shi, Y. B., Yu, T., & Zheng, X. D. 2013. Rhodosporidium paludigenum induces resistance and defense-related responses against Penicillium digitatum in citrus fruit. Postharvest Biology and Technology, 85, 196-202.

[6] Lu, L. F., Ye, C. Z., Guo, S. H., Sheng, K., Shao, L. X., Zhou, T., Yu, T., & Zheng, X. D. 2013. Preharvest application of antagonistic yeast Rhodosporidium paludigenum induced resistance against postharvest diseases in mandarin orange. Biological Control, 67(2), 130-136.

[7] Gu, X., Zhang, Y., Lu, L., Li, Z., & Wang, C. 2018. An Efficient Method for Isolation and Separation of Pigments from Streptomyces alboflavus TD-1. In (pp. 681-691). Singapore: Springer Singapore.

[8] Yan, F. J., Hu, H., Lu, L. F., & Zheng, X. D. (2016). Rhamnolipids induce oxidative stress responses in cherry tomato fruit to Alternaria alternata. Pest Management Science, 72(8), 1500-1507.

[9] Yu, Z.-p., Xu, D.-d., Lu, L.-f., Zheng, X.-d., & Chen, W. 2016. Immunomodulatory effect of a formula developed from American ginseng and Chinese jujube extracts in mice. Journal of Zhejiang University-SCIENCE B, 17(2), 147-157.

[10] Zeng, L. Z., Yu, C., Fu, D., Lu, H. P., Zhu, R. Y., Lu, L. F., Zheng, X. D., & Yu, T. 2015. Improvement in the effectiveness of Cryptococcus laurentii to control postharvest blue mold of pear by its culture in beta-glucan amended nutrient broth. Postharvest Biology and Technology, 104, 26-32.

[11] Lu, H. P., Lu, L. F., Zeng, L. Z., Fu, D., Xiang, H. L., Yu, T., & Zheng, X. D. 2014. Effect of chitin on the antagonistic activity of Rhodosporidium paludigenum against Penicillium expansum in apple fruit. Postharvest Biology and Technology, 92, 9-15.

[12] Zhu, R. Y., Lu, L. F., Guo, J., Lu, H. P., Abudureheman, N., Yu, T., & Zheng, X. D. 2013. Postharvest Control of Green Mold Decay of Citrus Fruit Using Combined Treatment with Sodium Bicarbonate and Rhodosporidium paludigenum. Food and Bioprocess Technology, 6(10), 2925-2930.

Honors & Awards

ü   Project Based Personnel Exchange Program with CSC and DAAD

ü   China National scholarship for doctoral students

ü   Tianjin 131 Talents Project (Level 3th)

Teaching

Plant physiology, Introduction to modern biology for undergraduate students