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我放上去,定期更新,主要是为了自己检查或者引用自己论文方便。这些研究在2017年之后到2022年12月份之前,与中国国家自然科学基金委基本无关。因为中国国家自然科学基金委并没有在这段时间给予我任何资助,2017年之后的工作主要是使用我自己的个人收入做的研究。我在南京林业大学为副教授职称,工资收入实际到手在12万左右,年底绩效奖励在2到5万之间,而每年我投入到这些科学研究中的钱大概在2到5万,即我的年底绩效收入都用在科学研究上。感谢国家自然科学基金委长期不予资助,使得我无项目考核和结题的压力,可以自由创新。


PUBLICATIONS:

 

2009

Shi, P., Liu, J., Yang, Z. 2009. Spatio-temporal point pattern analysis on Wenchuan strong earthquake. Earthquake Science 22: 231−237

 

2010

Shi, P., Ge, F. 2010. A comparison of different thermal performance functions describing temperature-dependent development rates. Journal of Thermal Biology 35: 225−231

Shi, P., Ge, F., Men, X. 2010. How to compare the lower developmental thresholds. Environmental Entomology 39: 2033−2038

 

2011

Bonato, O., Ikemoto, T., Shi, P., Ge, F., Sun, Y., Cao, H. 2011. Common-intersection hypothesis of development rate lines of ectotherms within a taxon revisited. Journal of Thermal Biology 36: 422−429

Sandhu, H. S., Shi, P., Kuang, X., Xue, F., Ge, F. 2011. Applications of the bootstrap to insect physiology. Florida Entomologist 94: 1036−1041

Shi, P., Ikemoto, T., Egami, C., Sun, Y., Ge, F. 2011. A modified program for estimating the parameters of the SSI model. Environmental Entomology 40: 462−469

Shi, P., Ge, F., Sun, Y., Chen, C. 2011.A simple mode for describing the effect of temperature on insect developmental rate. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 14: 15−20

 

2012

Kuang X., Parajulee, M.N., Shi, P., Ge, F., Xue, F. 2012. Testing the rate isomorphy hypothesis using five statistical methods. Insect Science 19: 121128

Reddy, G.V.P., Shi, P., Mann, C.R. et al. 2012. Can a semiochemical-based trapping method diminish damage levels caused by Rhabdoscelus obscurus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)? Annals of the Entomological Society of America 105: 693700

Shi, P., Li, B.-L., Ge, F. 2012. Intrinsic optimum temperature of the diamondback moth and its ecological meaning. Environmental Entomology 41: 714722

Shi, P., Wang, B., Ayres, M.P., Ge, F., Zhong, L., Li, B.-L. 2012. Influence of temperature on the northern distribution limits of Scirpophaga incertulas Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in China. Journal of Thermal Biology 37: 130137

Shi, P., Zhong, L., Sandhu, H.S, Ge, F., Xu, X., Chen, W. 2012. Population decrease of Scirpophaga incertulas Walker (Lepidoptera Pyralidae) under climate warming. Ecology and Evolution 2: 5864

 

2013

Chakraborty, A., Shi, P., Liu, Q., Yang, Q., Li, B. 2013. A commensal consumer-induced mediation effects on resource-consumer interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India - Section B: Biological Sciences 83: 385404

Ikemoto, T., Kurahashi, I., Shi, P., 2013. Confidence interval of intrinsic optimum temperature estimated by using thermodynamic SSI model. Insect Science 20: 420428

Sandhu, H.S., Shi, P., Yang, Q. 2013. Intraspecific spatial niche differentiation: evidence from Phyllostachys edulis. Acta Ecologica Sinica 33: 287292

Shi, P., Men, X., Sandhu, H.S., Chakraborty, A., Li, B., Ouyang, F., Sun, Y., Ge, F. 2013. The "general" ontogenetic growth model is inapplicable to crop growth. Ecological Modelling 266: 19

Shi, P., Sandhu, H.S., Xiao, H. 2013. Logistic regression is a better method of analysis than linear regression of arcsine square root transformed proportional diapause data of Pieris melete (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Florida Entomologist 96: 11831185

Shi, P., Sandhu, H.S., Ge, F. 2013. Could the intrinsic rate of increase represent the fitness in terrestrial ectotherms? Journal of Thermal Biology 38: 148151

Wang, L., Shi, P., Chen, C., Xue, F. 2013. Effect of temperature on the development of Laodelpha xstriatellus (Homoptera: Delphacidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 106: 107114

Zhao, Z., Shi, P. (contributed equally with the first author), Hui, C., Ouyang, F., Ge, F., Li, B.-L. 2013. Solving the pitfalls of pitfall trapping: a two-circle method for density estimation of ground-dwelling arthropods. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4: 865871

Zhao, Z., Shi, P., Men, X., Ouyang, F., Ge, F. (2013) Effects of crop species richness on pest-natural enemy systems based on an experimental model system using a microlandscape. Science China Life Sciences 56: 758766

 

2014

Ouyang, F., Hui, C., Ge, S.Y., Men, X.Y., Zhao, Z.H., Shi, P.J., Zhang, Y.S., Li, B.L. 2014.Weakening density dependence from climate change and agricultural intensification triggers pest outbreaks: a 37-year observation of cotton bollworms. Ecology and Evolution 4: 33623374

Shi, P., Ishikawa, T., Sandhu, H.S., Hui, C., Chakraborty, A., Jin, X., Tachihara, K., Li, B. 2014. On the 3/4-exponent von Bertalanffy equation for ontogenetic growth. Ecological Modelling 276: 2328

Shi, P., Hui, C., Men, X., Hui, C., Zhao, Z., Ouyang, F., Cao, H., Jin, X., Ge, F., Li, B. 2014. Cascade effects of crop species richness on the diversity of pest insects and their natural enemies. Science China Life Sciences 57: 718725

Shi, P., Chen, Z., Yang, Q., Harris, M.K., Xiao, M. 2014. Influence of air temperature on the first flowering date of Prunusy edoensis Matsum. Ecology and Evolution 4: 292299

Shi, P.J., Zhao, Z.H., Sandhu, H.S., Hui, C., Men, X.Y., Ge, F., Li, B.L. 2014. An optimization approach to the two-circle method of estimating ground-dwelling arthropod densities. Florida Entomologist 97: 644652

 

2015

Cheng, X.F., Shi, P.J. (corresponding author), Hui, C., Wang, F.S., Liu, G.H., Li, B.L. 2015. An optimal proportion of mixing broad-leaved forest for enhancing the effective productivity of moso bamboo. Ecology and Evolution 5: 15761584

Lu, Z.B., Shi, P.J., Reddy, G.V.P., Li, L.M., Men, X.Y., Ge, F. 2015. Nonparametric estimation of interspecific spatio-temporal niche separation between two lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in Bt cotton fields. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 108: 807813

Reddy, G.V.P., Shi, P., Hui, C., Cheng, X., Ouyang, F., Ge, F. 2015. The seesaw effect of winter temperature change on the recruitment of cotton bollworms Helicoverpa armigera through mismatched phenology. Ecology and Evolution 5: 56525661

Shi, P.J., Huang, J.G., Hui, C., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Tardif, J., Zhai, L.H., Wang, F.S., Li, B.L. 2015. Capturing spiral radial growth of conifers using the superellipse to model tree-ring geometric shape. Frontiers in Plant Science 6: 856. https://doi.org/10.1016/10.3389/fpls.2015.00856

Shi, P.J., Xu, Q., Sandhu, H.S., Gielis, J., Ding, Y.L., Li, H.R., Dong, X.B. 2015. Comparison of dwarf bamboos (Indocalamus sp.) leaf parameters to determine relationship between spatial density of plants and total leaf area per plant. Ecology and Evolution 5: 45784589

 

2016

Liu, G.H., Shi, P.J. (contributed equally with the first author), Xu, Q., Dong, X., Wang, F.S., Wang, G., Hui, C. 2016. Does the size-density relationship developed for bamboo species conform to the self-thinning rule? Forest Ecology and Management 361: 339−345

Ouyang, F., Hui, C., Men, X., Zhang, Y., Fan, L., Shi, P., Zhao, Z., Ge, F. 2016. Early eclosion of overwintering cotton bollworm moths from warming temperatures accentuates yield loss in wheat. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 217: 8998

Shi, P.J., Chen, L., Hui, C., Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2016. Capture the time when plants reach their maximum body size by using the beta sigmoid growth equation. Ecological Modelling 320: 177181

Shi, P.J., Reddy, G.V.P., Chen, L., Ge, F. 2016. Comparison of thermal performance equations in describing temperature-dependent developmental rates of insects: (I) empirical models. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 109: 211−215

Shi, P.J., Wei, J.Z., Sandhu, H.S., Liang, G.M. 2016. Capture the interaction types of two Bt toxins Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab on suppressing the cotton bollworm by using the multi-exponential equations. Insect Science 23: 649654

Chen, L., Li, Z.B., Hui, C., Cheng, X., Li, B.L., Shi, P.J. (corresponding author) 2016. A general method for parameter estimation in light-response models. Scientific Reports 6: 27905. https://doi.org/10.1016/10.1038/srep27905

Shi, P.J., Sandhu, H.S., Reddy, G.V.P. 2016. Dispersal distance determines the exponent of the spatial Taylor’s power law. Ecological Modelling 335: 4853

Pan, Y., Bai, B., Xiong, T., Shi, P., Lu, C. 2016. Seed handling by primary frugivores differentially influence post-dispersal seed removal of Chinese yew by ground-dwelling animals. Integrative Zoology 11: 191198

Lin, S., Zhang, L., Reddy, G.V.P., Hui, C., Gielis, J., Ding, Y., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2016. A geometrical model for testing bilateral symmetry of bamboo leaf with a simplified Gielis equation. Ecology and Evolution 6: 67986806

 

2017

Wei, Q., Jiao, C., Guo, L., Ding, Y., Cao, J., Feng, J., Dong, X., Mao, L., Sun, H., Yu, F., Yang, G., Shi, P., Ren, G., Fei, Z. 2017. Exploring key cellular processes and candidate genes regulating the primary thickening growth of Moso underground shoots. New Phyotologist 214: 81−96

Shi, P.J., Reddy, G.V.P., Chen, L., Ge, F. 2017. Comparison of thermal performance equations in describing temperature-dependent developmental rates of insects: (II) Two thermodynamic models. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 110: 113−120

Shi, P.J., Fan, M.L., Ratkowsky, D.A., Huang, J.G., Wu, H.I, Chen, L., Fang, S.Y., Zhang, C.X. 2017. Comparison of two ontogenetic growth equations for animals and plants. Ecological Modelling 349: 110

Shi, P., Chen, Z., Reddy, G.V.P., Hui, C., Huang, J., Xiao, M. 2017. Timing of cherry tree blooming: Contrasting effects of rising winter low temperatures and early spring temperatures. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 240-241: 7889

Shi, P.J., Fan, M.L., Reddy, G.V.P. 2017. Comparison of thermal performance equations in describing temperature-dependent developmental rates of insects: (III) Phenological applications. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 110: 558−564

Cheng, L., Hui, C., Reddy, G.V.P., Ding, Y., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2017. Internode morphometrics and allometry of Tonkin Cane Pseudosasa amabilis. Ecology and Evolution 7: 9651-9660

Shi, P.J., Ratkowsky, D.A., Wang, N.T., Li, Y., Reddy, G.V.P., Zhao, L., Li, B.L. 2017. Comparison of five methods for parameter estimation under Taylor’s power law. Ecological Complexity 32: 121130

 

2018

Lin, S., Shao, L., Hui, C., Sandhu, H.S., Fan, T., Zhang, L., Li, F., Ding, Y., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2018. The effect of temperature on the developmental rates of seedling emergence and leaf-unfolding in two dwarf bamboo species. Trees – Structure and Function 32: 751−763

Lin, S., Shao, L., Hui, C., Song, Y., Reddy, G.V.P., Gielis, J., Li, F., Ding, Y., Wei, Q., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2018. Why does not the leaf weight-area allometry of bamboos follow the 3/2-power law? Frontiers in Plant Science 9: 583, https://doi.org/10.1016/10.3389/fpls.2018.00583

Shi, P., Zheng, X., Ratkowsky, D.A., Li, Y., Wang, P., Cheng, L. 2018. A simple method for measuring the bilateral symmetry of leaves. Symmetry 10: 118. https://doi.org/10.1016/10.3390/sym10040118

Wang, P., Ratkowsky, D.A., Xiao, X., Yu, X., Su, J., Zhang, L., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2018. Taylor’s power law for leaf bilateral symmetry. Forests 9: 500, https://doi.org/10.3390/f9080500

Shi, P., Ratkowsky, D.A., Li, Y., Zhang, L., Lin, S., Gielis, J. 2018. General leaf-area geometric formula exists for plants – Evidence from the simplified Gielis equation. Forests 9: 714, https://doi.org/10.1016/10.3390/f9110714

Shi, P., Gao, J., Song, Z., Liu, Y., Hui, C. 2018. Spatial segregation facilitates the coexistence of tree species in temperate forests. Forests 9: 768, https://doi.org/10.1016/10.3390/f9120768

 

2019

Cao, L., Shi, P.-J., Li, L., Chen, G. 2019. A new flexible sigmoidal growth model. Symmetry 11: 204, https://doi.org/10.3390/sym11020204

Shi, P.-J., Quinn, B.K., Zhang, Y., Bao, X., Lin, S. 2019. Comparison of the intrinsic optimum temperatures for seed germination between two bamboo species based on a thermodynamic model. Global Ecology and Conservation 17: e00568, https://doi.org/10.1016/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00568

Shi, P., Liu, M., Yu, X., Gielis, J., Ratkowsky, D.A. 2019. Proportional relationship between leaf area and the product of leaf length width of four types of special leaf shapes. Forests 10: 178, https://doi.org/10.3390/f10020178

Huang, W., Ratkowsky, D.A., Hui, C., Wang, P., Su, J., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2019. Leaf fresh weight versus dry weight: which is better for describing the scaling relationship between leaf biomass and leaf area for broad-leaved plants? Forests 10: 256, https://doi.org/10.3390/f10030256

Shi, P., Liu, M., Ratkowsky, D.A., Gielis, J., Su, J., Yu, X., Wang, P., Zhang, L., Lin, Z., Schrader, J. 2019. Leaf area-length allometry and its implications in leaf-shape evolution. Trees – Structure and Function 33: 1073−1085

Shi, P., Li, M., Li, Y., Liu, J., Shi, H., Xie, T., Yue, C. 2019. Taylor’s power law in the Wenchuan earthquake sequence with fluctuation scaling. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 19: 1119−1127

Shi, P., Zhao, L., Ratkowsky, D.A., Niklas, K.J., Huang, W., Lin, S., Ding, Y., Hui, C., Li, B.-L. 2019. Influence of the physical dimension of leaf size measures on the goodness of fit for Taylor's power law using 101 bamboo taxa. Global Ecology and Conservation 18: e00657, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00657

Su, J., Niklas, K.J., Huang, W., Yu, X., Yang, Y., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2019. Lamina shape does not correlate with lamina surface area: An analysis based on the simplified Gielis equation. Global Ecology and Conservation 19: e00666, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00666

Huang, W., Su, X., Ratkowsky, D.A., Niklas, K.J., Gielis, J., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2019. The scaling relationships of leaf biomass vs. leaf surface area of 12 bamboo species. Global Ecology and Conservation 20: e00793, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00793

Yu, X., Hui, C., Sandhu, H.S., Lin, Z., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2019. Scaling Relationships between Leaf Shape and Area of 12 Rosaceae Species. Symmetry 11: 1255, https://doi.org/10.3390/sym11101255

Yu, X., Shi, P., Hui, C., Miao, L., Liu, C., Zhang, Q., Feng, C. 2020. Effects of salt stress on the leaf shape and scaling of Pyrus betulifolia Bunge. Symmetry 11: 991, https://doi.org/10.3390/sym11080991

 

2020

Shi, P., Li, Y., Hui, C., Ratkowsky, D.A., Yu, X., Niinemets, U. 2020. Does the law of diminishing returns in leaf scaling apply to vines? – Evidence from 12 species of climbing plants. Global Ecology and Conservation 21: e00830

Lin, S., Niklas, K.J., Wan, Y., Hölscher, D., Hui, C., Ding, Y., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2020. Leaf shape influences the scaling of leaf dry mass vs. area: a test case using bamboos. Annals of Forest Science 77: 11

Shi, P., Preisler, H.K., Quinn, B.K., Zhao, J., Huang, W., Röll, A., Cheng, X., Li, H., Hölscher, D. 2020. Precipitation is the most crucial factor determining the distribution of moso bamboo in Mainland China. Global Ecology and Conservation 22: e00924

Shi, P., Niinemets, U., Hui, C., Niklas, K.J., Yu, X., Holscher, D. 2020. Leaf bilateral symmetry and the scaling of the perimeter vs. the surface area in 15 vine species. Forests 11, 246

Gielis J., Diego, C., Shi, P., Ricci, P.E. 2020. A note on spirals and curvature. Growth and Form 1(1): 1−8

Shi, P., Ratkowsky, D.A., Gielis, J. 2020. The generalized Gielis geometric equation and its application. Symmetry12, 645 

Tian, F., Wang, Y., Sandhu, H.S., Gielis, J., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2020. Comparison of seed morphology of two ginkgo cultivars. Journal of Forestry Research 31: 751−758

Liu, G., Hui, C., Chen, M., Pile, L.S., Wang, G.G., Wang, F., Shi, P. (co-corresponding author) 2020. Variation in individual biomass decreases faster than mean of biomass with density increasing. Journal of Forestry Research 31: 981−987

He, J., Reddy, G.V.P., Liu, M., Shi, P. (co-corresponding author) 2020. A general formula for calculating surface area of the similarly shaped leaves: Evidence from six Magnoliaceae species. Global Ecology and Conservation  23: e01129

Guo, X., Reddy, G.V.P., He, J., Li, J., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2020. Mean-variance relationships of leaf bilateral asymmetry for 35 species of plants and their implications. Global Ecology and Conservation 23: e01152

Huang, W., Reddy, G.V.P., Li, Y., Larsen, J.B., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2020. Increase in absolute leaf water content tends to keep pace with that of leaf dry mass—Evidence from bamboo plants. Symmetry 12: 1345

Yu, X., Shi, P. (co-corresponding author), Schrader, J., Niklas, K.J. 2020. Nondestructive estimation of leaf area for 15 species of vines with different leaf shapes. American Journal of Botany 107(11): 14811490

Liu, M., Niklas, K.J., Niinemets, ü., Hölscher, D., Chen, L., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2020. Comparison of the scaling relationships of leaf biomass versus surface area between spring and summer for two deciduous tree species. Forests 11: 1010

Huang, W., Li, Y., Niklas, K.J., Gielis, J., Ding, Y., Cao, L., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2020. A superellipse with deformation and its application in describing the cross-sectional shapes of a square bamboo. Symmetry 12: 2073

 

2021

Shi, P., Yu, K., Niinemets, ü., Gielis, J. 2021. Can leaf shape be represented by the ratio of leaf width to length? Evidence from nine species of Magnolia and Michelia (Magnoliaceae). Forests 12: 41. https://doi.org/10.3390/f12010041

Shi, P., Li, Y., Niinemets, ü., Olson, E., Schrader, J. 2021. Influence of leaf shape on the scaling of leaf surface area and length in bamboo plants. Trees – Structure and Function 35: 709715.

Huang, L., Niinemets, ü., Ma, J., Schrader, J., Wang, R., Shi, P. 2021. Plant age has a minor effect on non-destructive leaf area calculations in moso bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis). Symmetry 13: 369. https://doi.org/10.3390/sym13030369

Guo, X., Shi, P. (co-corresponding author), Niinemets, ü., Hölscher, D., Wang, R., Liu, M., Li, Y., Dong, L., Niklas, K.J. 2021. Leaf diminishing returns of five different age-groups of moso bamboo culms (Phyllostachys edulis). American Journal of Botany, in press.

Schrader, J., Shi, P., Royer, D.L., Peppe, D.J., Gallagher, R.V., Li, Y., Wang, R., Wright, I.J. 2021. Leaf size estimation based on leaf length, width and shape. Annals of Botany, in press, https://doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcab078

Li, Y., Niklas, K.J., Gielis, J., Niinemets, U., Schrader, J., Wang, R., Shi, P. (corresponding author) 2021. An elliptical blade is not a true ellipse, but a superellipse – Evidence from two Michelia species. Journal of Forestry Research, in press, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11676-021-01385-x

Shi, P., Jiao, Y., Diggle, P.J., Turner, R., Wang, R., Niinemets, ü. 2021. Spatial distribution characteristics of stomata at the areole level in Michelia cavaleriei var. platypetala (Magnoliaceae). Annals of Botany, in press, https://doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcab106

 Shi, P., Yu, K., Niklas, K.J., Schrader, J., Song, Y., Zhu, R., Li, Y., Wei, H., Ratkowsky, D.A. 2021. A general model for describing the ovate leaf shape. Symmetry 2021, 13, 1524. https://doi.org/10.3390/sym13081524

 

 

 

 




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