Prof. Dr. Guanlin XIE

CAREER

NAME: Guanlin XIE      

Professional Address: 

P.O. BOX 3-398, Institute of Biotechnology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310029,  P. R. China. 

Tel: +86 571 86971412; 

Fax: +86 571 86971412; 

Email: glxie@zju.edu.cn;  glxie0032@hotmail.com

Present Position

Professor of Zhejiang University (ZJU); Deputy director of Plant Protection Department, ZJU;

Chairman of Professor Committee, Institute of Biotechnolgy, ZJU

HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT RECORD:

1978-1982                  Research Assistant, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science, China

1983-1985                  MS, Plant Pathology, IRRIUniversity of the Philippines

1986-1992                  Associate Scientist, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science, China

1992-1996                  Ph.D, Plant Pathology, IRRIUniversity of the Philippines

1996-1997                  Consultant, International Rice Research Institute, Philippines

1997-1998                  Post-doctor fellow, Microbiology Lab University of Gent, Belgium and Japanese International Research Center for Agricultural Science, Japan

2004(Jan-April) Research fellow, Faculty of agriculture, University of Leuven, Belgium

1998-present       Professor; Director for research, Institute of Biotechnology, ZJU; Deputy director of Plant Protection Department, ZJU; Chairman of Professor Committee, Institute of Biotechnolgy, ZJU

 RESEARCH

Area of Specialization:

l         Plant bacteriology

l         Molecular microbiology and microbial safety

l         Biodiversity and Biocontrol of plant diseases

 

 

Project Coordinators of the following current projects (2004- )

1.         China National Foundation of Natural Science Project: Molecular biological detection of Burkholderia glumae from rice (Jan.2007-Dec.2009)

2.         Chinese Ministry of Agri. Project: Bio-control of bacterial blight and bacterial leaf streak of rice(Jan.2007-Dec. 2010)

3.         National project: Bio-control of bacterial wilt and Fusaium wilt of vegetables (Jan.2007-Dec. 2010)

4.         National project: Field Survey of bacterial diseases and their Bio-safety in Zhejiang Province(Jan.2007-Dec.2009)

5.         Provincial Project: Etiology of a new mulberry disease (Jan. 2007-Dec.2008)

6.         Provincial Project: Biocontrol agent research in improvement of formulation and technology against crop bacterial wilt disease (Jan.2008-Dec. 2010)

7.         Provincial Project: Key strategies for pear bacterial diseases in Hangzhou (Jan.2007 - Dec.2009)

8.         Belgium-China cooperative research project: Sustainable management of major soil-borne diseases of vegetables and rice by biological control agents; Molecular biological characteristics of bacteriacin from plant bacteria (Jan. 2004-Dec.2010).

9.         China National Foundation of Natural Science Project: Risk analysis of Burkholderia cepcia in agriculture(Jan. 2004-Dec.2006)

10.      China-Denmark Government Cooperative Project: Integration of mycorrhiza biotechnology in production of vegetables(Jan. 2005-Dec.2007)

11.      Provincial project: Detection of key plant quarantine pathogens and management (Jan. 2004-Dec.2007)

 

PUBLICATIONS

The selected papers published during 2005-2007 as corresponding author :

1.         Zhang LX, Xie G L. 2007. Diversityand distribution ofBurkholderia cepacia complex in the rhizosphere of rice andmaize. FEMS Microbiol Letters, 266: 231-235

2.         Li B, Ravnskov S, Xie G L.Larsen J. 2007. Role of arbuscular mycorrhiza- associated bacteria from the genus Paenibacillus in biocontrol of Pythium. BioControl, 52:863-875

3.         Zhao S F, Xie G L, et al. Occurrence of Rust Caused by Puccinia carthami on Snow Lotus in China. Plant Disease, 2007, 91(6):772-

4.         Luo J Y, Xie G L, et al. 2007. First Report of Burkholderia glumae Isolated from Symptomless Rice Seeds in China. Plant Disease, 91(10):1363- (SCI)

5.         Fang Y, Xie G L, et al. 2007. Internal bacterial rot of onion bulbs caused by Burkholderia cepacia in China. Journal of Plant Pathology, 89 (2): 294-

6.         Xu L H, Xie G L, et al. Identification of the causal organism of mulberry bacterial wilt and its biovars. Acta Phytophylacica Sinica, 2007, 34 (2) 141-146

7.         Xu F S, Xie G L, et al. Bacterial sheath brown rot of weat and its identification of the causal organism in China. Acta Phytophylacica Sinica, 2007, 34 (1) 27-31

8.         Hao X J, Liu B, Xie G L, et al. Inhibition of Brevibacillus brevis JK-2 strain against the pathogen of tomato Fusarium wilt. Chinese Journal of Biological Control, 2007,23(3):233-236

9.         Wang G F, Xie G L, et al. Description and discussion on some research issues in mulberry bacterial wilt. Acta Sericologica Sinica, 2007,33 (2) 321-324

10.     WANG X, ZHAO L H, Xie G L, XU F S. Detection for pathogen of bacterial fruit blotch of watermelon by immuno-capture PCR. Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology. 2007, 4(2); 173–179

11.     Zhang L X, Xie G L, et al. Comparison of Burkholderia cepacia complex genomovars from rice rhizosphere and clinic, Chinese J. Rice Sci., 2007,21():431-435

12.     Lou M M, Xie G L, et al. Genomovars of Burkholderia cepacia Complex from Rice Rhizo- sphere and Clinic in China. Rice Science, 2007, 14(3): 229-234

13.     Hao X J, Liu B, Xie G L, et al. Detection of Antagonistic Substance Produced by Brevibacillus brevis JK-2 Strain. J. Zhejiang University (Agri. & Life Sci.), 2007,33(5):484-489

14.     Yao H M, Xie G L, et al. Etiology of bacterial blight of soybean in Shanghai. Acta Agriculturae Shanghai, 2007,23(2): 41-45

15.      Li Bin, Xie Guanlin. 2006. First report of leaf spot caused by Xanthomonas campestris poinsettiicola on poinsettia in China. Plant Pathology. (2):293

16.     Li B, Xie G L, Zhang J Z, Janssens D, Swings J. 2006. Identification of the Bacterial Leaf Spot Pathogen of Poinsettia in China. J. Phytopathology, 154, 711-715(SCI)

17.      Luo YC, Luo JY, Xie G L. 2006. First record of bacterial sheath rot of wheat in China. Journal of Plant Pathology, 88(2): 224

18.     Hao XJ, Xie G L. 2006.Internal brown rot of onion caused by an opportunistic bacterial pathogen (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) in China. J Plant Pathology, 88(3): 337-340

19.      Luo YC, Xie GL, Zhang LX.2006. Characteristics and distribution of the Two Type of Opportunistic Human Bacterial Pathogens from Rice. Rice Science, 13(2):141-146

20.      Hao XJ, Xie GL, Lv YL. 2006. Identification and detection of two types of opportunistic hunan pathogens from ric. Chinese J. Rice Sci.. 20(3):324-328

21.      Ren Xiaoping, Xie Guan-lin. 2006. Application and colonization of Pseudomonasaeruginosa ZJ1999 for biocontrol of Rhizoctonia solani . Chinese Journal of Biological Control,22(1):54-57

22.      Li Bin, Xie Guan-lin, Lv YL, Li Wen. 2006.Community composition of Gram-positive bacteria associated with rice and their antagonists against the pathogen of sheath blight and bakanae disease of rice. Chinese J. Rice Sci., 20(1):84-88

23.      Soad A Algam, Xie Guanlin, Coosemans J. 2006. Biological control of Bacterial wilt of tomato by Bacillus spp. under greenhouse environment. Acta Phytopathologica Sinica. 36(1):80-85

24.      Zhang LX, Xie Guanlin, Luo YC. 2006. Discussion on advantages and disadvantages of Burkholderia cepacia complex in agricultural utilization, Scientia Agricultura Siniaca, 39(6):1166-1172

25.      FANG Yuan, XIE Guan-lin, NU Huo-xiang, et al. 2006. An opportunistic human bacterial pathogen: utilization, study status and its risk analysis of Burkholderia cepacia in agriculture. Acta Agriculturae Zhejiangensis, 18(4): 284-288

26.      LI Bin, XIE Guan-lin, CHEN Ruo-xia, et al. 2006. Effects of cropping system and cultivation pattern on bacterial populations and anti-fusarium wilt bacteria in melon soils. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, 17(10): 1937-1940

27.      ZHAO Li-han, XIE Guan-lin, JIN Yang-xiu, et al. 2006. Identification of the pathogen of tomato bacterial speck and differentiation of the symptoms. Plant Protection, 32(5): 45-47

28.      ZHAO Li-han, XIE Guan-lin, LI Wen, et al. Plant pathology in retrospect and in prospect. Seed, 2006, 25(2): 40-42

29.      WANG Xiao, ZHAO Li-han, XIE Guan-lin. 2006. Detection for pathogen of bacterial fruit blotch of watermelon by immuno-capture PCR. Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology. 14 (6): 946~951

30.      Zhang Li-xin, Xie GL, Lou MM. 2006. Is it appropriate to use Burkholderia cepacia continuously as a biocontrol agent of plant diseases ? Chinese Journal of Biological Control, 22(4): 260-264

31.      Wan Y, ZHANG Jing-Ze, Ma Qing, Xie Guan-Lin. 2006. Dynamic change of nuclear behavior in process of appressorium formation of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. Mycosystema, 25(4):660~665

32.      Li Bin, Xie Guanlin. 2005. Suppression of Meloidogyne javanica by antagonistic and plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. J. Zhejiang University Sci. 6(6):485-488

33.      Li Bin, Xie Guanlin.2005. Differentiation of xanthomonads causing the bacterial leaf spot of poinsettia in China from the pathotype strain of X.axonopodis pv. poinsettiicola. J. Zhejiang University Sci. 6(6):451-453

34.      Soad A Algam, Xie Guanlin, Coosemans J. 2005. Delivery methods for introducing endophytic Bacillus into tomato and their effect on growth promotion and suppression of tomato wilt. Plant. Pathology Journal.4(1):69-74

35.      Li Bin, Xie Guanlin. 2005. Suppression of Meloidogyne javanica by antagonistic and plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. J. Zhejiang University Sci. 6(6):485-488

36.      Luo JY, Xie GL, Libin.2005.Gram-Positive Bacteria Associated with Rice in China and Their Antagonists Against the Pathogens of Sheath Blight and Bakanae Disease. Rice Science, 12(3)213-218

37.      Ren Xiaoping, Xie G L,Wangxiao. 2005.Screening and utilization of antagonistic bacterial against rice sheath blight. Acta Phytophylacica Sinica, 32(4):337-342

38.      Li Bin, Xie Guanlin.2005. Differentiation of xanthomonads causing the bacterial leaf spot of poinsettia in China from the pathotype strain of X.axonopodis pv. poinsettiicola. J. Zhejiang University Sci. 6(6):451-453

39.      Luo YC, Xie G L. 2005.Xie GL, Luo YC. 2005. Burkholderia cepacia: our enemy or fiend. Acta Microbiologica Sinica. 45(3):170-175

40.      Hao X J, Liu B, Xie G L. 2005. Research progress on biocontrol of fusarium wilt disease. Chinese Agricultural Science Bulletin. 21(7):319-322.

41.      Yao HM, Xie G L, Shen FH.2005.Occurrence and management of bacterial leaf blight of bean in Shanghai. Plant Protection, 31(3):91-92

AWARDS

AWARDS AND RESEARCH PRIZES

1.  “Outstanding young and middle age scientists” grant by Center government of China 1993;

2.  “Outstanding Scholar ” grant by AFSTR and International Rice Research Institute 1995;

3.  Second prize of Science and Technology on “Characterization and distribution of strains of bacterial blight of rice in Zhejiang” granted by Zhejiang Provincial Government 1985;

4.  Second prize of Science and Technology on “Integrated management of three major diseases and three insect pests of rice” granted by Zhejiang Provincial Government 1990;

5.  Second prize of Science and Technology “New methods for detection of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae from rice seed” granted by Zhejiang Provincial Government 1992;

6.  Third prize of Science and Technology on “Integrated management of bacterial leaf streak of rice” granted by Zhejiang Provincial Government 1993;

 

TEACHING

AS ADVISERS TO GRADUATE STUDENTS (Since1998 in Zhejiang University)

1.  Supervise thesis research of 18 BS students

2.  Supervise thesis research of 13 MS students

3.  Supervise thesis research of 13 PhD students (2002: Li B, Soad A; 2003: Luo YC, Hao XJ; 2004: Zhao SF, Zhang LX; Luo JY, Li W; 2005: Fan Y; 2006: Lou MM, Wang GF; 2007: Zhu B; 2008: Huai Y)

4.  Supervise 4 foreign research fellows from foreign countries (1998.9-1999.9, kogado from centre Africa; 2004.9-2006.9 , An Gilmyong from North Korea; 2006.10-2007.9, Praphat Kawicha from Kasetsart university of Thailand; 2007.7-2007.10, An Desoppe from University of Leuven Belgium)

COURSES HANDLING

1.  Plant bacteriology and Nematology (for graduate students)

2.  Seed pathology (for graduate students)

3.  Plant quarantine (for undergraduate students)