• Title: Professor
  • Department: Institute of Molecular Ecology
  • Address: 生物2号楼808
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  1. Zhang X., Wang K., Wang L., Yang Y., Ni Z., Xie X., Shao X., Han J., Wan D.*, Qiu, Q.* Genome-wide patterns of copy number variation in the Chinese yak genome, BMC Genomics, 2016, 17:379. (5-Year IF = 4.278)
  2. Liang C., Wang L., Wu X., Wang K., Ding X., Wang M., Chu M., Xie X., Qiu Q.*, Yan P.* Genome-wide association study identifies loci for the polled phenotype in yak. PLoS One, 2016, 11:e0158642. (5-Year IF = 3.535)
  3. Qiu Q.#, Wang L.#, Wang K.#, Yang Y., Ma T., Wang Z., Zhang X., Ni Z., Hou F., Long R., Abbott R., Lenstra J., Liu J. Yak whole-genome resequencing reveals domestication signatures and prehistoric population expansions, Nature Communications, 2015, 6:10283. (5-Year IF = 12.001)
  4. Wang K., Yang Y., Wang L., Ma T., Shang H., Ding L., Han J., Qiu, Q.* Different gene expressions between cattle and yak provide insights into high-altitude adaptation, Animal Genetics, 2015, 47:28-35. (5-Year IF = 2.177)
  5. Yang Y., Wang L., Han J., Tang X., Ma M., Wang K., Zhang X., Ren Q., Chen Q., Qiu Q.* Comparative transcriptomic analysis revealed adaptation mechanism of Phrynocephalus erythrurus, the highest altitude Lizard living in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 2015, 15:101. (5-Year IF = 3.608)
  6. Wang Z., Ma T., Ma J., Han J., Ding L., Qiu Q.* Convergent evolution of SOCS4 between yak and Tibetan antelope in response to high-altitude stress, Gene, 2015, 572:298-302. (5-Year IF = 2.258)
  7. Wang K., Hu Q., Ma H., Wang L., Yang Y., Luo W., Qiu Q.* Genome-wide variation within and between wild and domestic yak, Molecular Ecology Resources, 2014, 14:794-801. (5-Year IF = 7.347)
  8. Qiu Q.#, Zhang G.#, Ma T.#, Qian W.#, Wang J.#, Ye Z.#, Cao C., Hu Q., Kim J., Larkin D.M., Auvil L., Capitanu B., Ma J., Lewin H.A., Qian X., Lang Y., Zhou R., Wang L., Wang K., Xia J., Liao S., Pan S., Lu X., Hou H., Wang Y., Zang X., Yin Y., Ma H., Zhang J., Wang Z., Zhang Y., Zhang D., Yonezawa T., Hasegawa M., Zhong Y., Liu W., Zhang Y., Huang Z., Zhang S., Long R., Yang H., Wang J., Lenstra J.A., Cooper D.N., Wu Y., Wang J., Shi P., Wang J., Liu J. The yak genome and adaptation to life at high altitude, Nature Genetics, 2012, 44:946-949. (5-Year IF = 32.197)
  9. Hu Q., Ma T., Wang K., Xu T., Liu J., Qiu Q.* The Yak genome database: an integrative database for studying yak biology and high-altitude adaption, BMC Genomics, 2012, 13:600. (5-Year IF = 4.278)
  10. Qiu Q.#, Ma T.#, Hu Q., Liu B., Wu Y., Zhou H., Wang Q., Wang J., and Liu J. Genome-scale transcriptome analysis of the desert poplar, Populus euphratica, Tree Physiology, 2011, 31: 452-461. (5-Year IF = 3.891)
  11. Qiu Q., Tian B., Wen H., Wu G., Wang Y*. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in Ostryopsis davidiana (Betulaceae), Conservation Genetics, 2009, 10:751-753. (5-Year IF = 2.113)


  1. Zhang Z., Xu D., Wang L., Hao J., Wang J., Zhou X., Wang W., Qiu Q., Huang X., Zhou J., Long R., Zhao F., Shi P. Convergent evolution of rumen microbiomes in high-altitude mammals. Current Biology, 2016. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.05.012. (5-Year IF = 9.733)
  2. Zhou J., Mi J., Titgemeyer E., Guo X., Ding L., Wang H., Qiu Q., Li Z., Long R. A comparison of nitrogen utilization and urea metabolism between Tibetan and fine-wool sheep. Journal of Animal Science, 2015, 93:3006-3017. (5-Year IF =2.247)
  3. Ding L., Chen J., Long R., Gibb M., Wang L, Sang C., Mi J., Zhou J., Liu P., Shang Z., Guo X., Qiu Q., Marquardt S. Blood hormonal and metabolite levels in grazing yak steersundergoing compensatory growth. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2015, 209:30-39. (5-Year IF = 2.324)
  4. Zhou J., Mi J., Degen A., Guo X., Wang H., Ding L., Qiu Q., Long R. Apparent digestibility, rumen fermentation and nitrogen balance in Tibetan and fine-wool sheep offered forage-concentrate diets differing in nitrogen concentration. Journal of Agricultural Science, 2015, 153:1135-1145. (5-Year IF = 1.692)
  5. Zhou J., Guo X., Degen A., Zhang Y., Liu H., Mi J., Ding L., Wang H., Qiu Q., Long R. Urea kinetics and nitrogen balance and requirements formaintenance in Tibetan sheep when fed oat hay. Small Ruminant Research, 2015, 129:60-68. (5-Year IF = 1.342)
  6. Ding L., Wang Y., Broshb A., Chen J., Gibb M., Z.H. Shang Z., Guo X., Mi J., Zhou J., Wang H., Qiu Q., Long R. Seasonal heat production and energy balance of grazing yakson the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2014, 198:83-93. (5-Year IF = 1.275)
  7. Liu B., Tian B., Ma H., Lu Z., Qiu Q., Mao K., Liu J. Development and characterization of EST-SSR markers in Ostryopsis (Betulaceae). Applications in Plant Sciences, 2014, 2: 1300062.
  8. Ma T., Wang J., Zhou G., Yue Z., Hu Q., Chen Y., Liu B., Qiu Q., Wang Z., Zhang J., Wang K., Jiang D., Gou C., Yu L., Zhan D., Zhou R., Luo W., Ma H., Yang Y., Pan S., Fang D., Luo Y., Wang X., Wang G., Wang J., Wang Q., Lu X., Chen Z., Liu J., Lu Y., Yin Y., Yang H., Abbott RJ., Wu Y., Wan D., Li J., Yin T., Lascoux M., Difazio SP., Tuskan GA., Wang J., Liu J. Genomic insights into salt adaptation in a desert poplar. Nature Communications, 2013, 4:2797. (5-Year IF = 12.001)
  9. Ma H, Lu Z, Liu B, Qiu Q, Liu, J. Transcriptome analyses of a Chinese hazelnut species Corylus mandshurica. BMC Plant Biology, 2013, 13:152. (5-Year IF = 4.604)
  10. Zhang, D., Zhou, G., Liu, B., Kong, Y., Chen, N., Qiu, Q., Yin, H., An, J., Zhang, F., and Chen, F. HCF243 encodes a chloroplast-localized protein involved in the D1 protein stability of the arabidopsis photosystem II complex. Plant Physiology, 2011, 157:608. (5-Year IF = 7.367)
  11. Tian, B., Liu, R., Wang. L., Qiu, Q., Chen, K., Liu, J. Phylogeographic analyses suggest that a deciduous species (Ostryopsis davidiana Decne., Betulaceae) survived in northern China during the Last Glacial Maximum. Journal of Biogeography, 2009, 36:2148-2155. (5-Year IF = 4.723)
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