• 鍾至青  學術著作
  • 副教授
    年齡 43
    學位 國立臺灣海洋大學海洋生物研究所博士
    專長 生物海洋學、海洋分子生態學、分子生物技術
    學術榮譽
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    至青著作目錄 (Dec. 2015)

    1.           Gallina, A. A., C.-C. Chung, and R. Casotti*. Expression of death-related genes and reactive oxygen species production in Skeletonema tropicum upon exposure to the polyunsaturated aldehyde octadienal. Adv. Oceanogr. Limnol. 6:1 (99-2611-M-019-014-MY2)

    2.           Chung, C.-C.*, G.-C. Gong, C.-Y. Huang, J.-Y. Lin, and Y.-C. Lin. 2015. Changes in the Synechococcus assemblage composition at the surface of the East China Sea due to flooding of the Changjiang River. Microb. Ecol. 70:677-688. (DOI: 10.1007/s00248-015-0608-5) (IF=2.973, Ranking=10/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology) (NSC102-2611-M-019-010)

    3.           Chen, C.-C. G.-C. Gong, W.-C. Chou, C.-C. Chung, F.-K. Shiah, and K.-P. Chiang. 2015. Effects of flooding on organic carbon consumption in the East China Sea. Biogeosci. Discuss. 12:5609-5639

    4.           Chan, Y.-F., K.-P. Chiang*, J. Chang, Ø. Moestrup, and C.-C. Chung. 2015. Strains of the morphospecies Ploeotia costata (Euglenozoa) isolated from the western North Pacific (Taiwan) reveal substantial genetic differences. J. Eukaryot. Microb. 62:318-326. (IF=3.217, Ranking=37/119 in Microbiology)

    5.           Lin, Y.-C., C.-C. Chung, G.-C. Gong, and K.-P. Chiang*. 2014. Diversity and abundance of haptophytes in the East China Sea. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 72:227-240. (IF=1.967, Ranking=30/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology)

    6.           Chung, C.-C.*, C.-Y. Huang, G.-C. Gong, and Y.-C. Lin. 2014. Influence of the Changjiang River flood on Synechococcus ecology in the surface waters of the East China Sea. Microb. Ecol. 67:273-285. (IF=2.973, Ranking=10/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology) (NSC99-2611-M-019-014-MY2 and NSC101-2611-M-019-014)

    7.         Chen, K.-S., C.-C. Hung*, G.-C. Gong, W.-C. Chou, C.-C. Chung, Y.-Y. Shih, and C.-C. Wang. 2013. Enhanced POC export in the oligotrophic northwest oligotrophic northwest Pacific Ocean after extreme weather events. Geophys. Res. Lett. 40:5728-5734. (IF=4.196, Ranking=9/175 in Geosciences, multidisciplinary)

    8.           Hung, C.-C.*, C.-C. Chung, G.-C. Gong, S. Jan, Y. Tsai, K.-S. Chen, W-C Chou, M.-A. Lee, Y. Chang, M.-H. Chen, W.-R. Yang, C.-J. Tseng, and G. Gawarkiewicz. 2013. Nutrient supply in the southern East China Sea after typhoon Morakot. J. Mar. Res. 71:133-150. (IF=1.562, Ranking=29/61 in Oceanography)

    9.           Hung, S.-H., C.-C. Chung, C.-W. Liao, G.-C. Gong, and J. Chang*. 2013. Sequence diversity and expression levels of Synechococcus phosphate transporter gene in the East China Sea. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 440:90-99. (IF=1.866, Ranking=38/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology) (times cited: 0)

    10.        Lin, Y.-C., T. Campbell, C.-C. Chung, G.-C. Gong., K.-P. Chiang*, and A. Z. Worden*. 2012. Distribution patterns and phylogeny of marine stramenopiles (MAST) in the North Pacific Ocean. Appl. Environ. Microb. 78:3387-3399. (IF=3.668, Ranking=29/119 in Microbiology)

    11.        Chung, C.-C.*, G.-C. Gong, and C.-C. Hung. 2012. Effect of Typhoon Morakot on microphytoplankton population dynamics in the subtropical Northwest Pacific. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 448:39-49. (IF=2.619, Ranking=17/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology) (NSC99-2611-M-019-014-MY2)

    12.        Chou, W.-C*, G.-C. Gong, W.-J. Cai, D. D. Sheu, C.-C. Hung, H.-Y. Chen, and C.-C. Chung. 2011. CO2 system in the oligotrophic northwest Pacific Ocean during the Asian dust storm season. Mar. Chem. 127:210-222. (IF=2.735, Ranking=9/61 in Oceanography)

    13.        Chung, C.-C.*, J. Chang, G.-C. Gong, S.-C. Hsu, K.-P. Chiang, and C.-W. Liao. 2011. Effects of Asian dust storms on Synechococcus populations in the subtropical Kuroshio Current. Mar. Biotechnol. 13:751-763. (IF=3.269, Ranking = 8/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology) (NSC98-2611-M-019-006)

    14.        Gong, G.-C.*, K.-K. Liu, K.-P. Chiang, T.-M. Hsiung, J. Chang, C.-C. Chen, C.-C. Hung, W.-C. Chou, C.-C. Chung, H.-Y. Chen, F.-K. Shiah, A.-Y. Tsai, C.-H. Hsieh, J.-C. Shiao, C.-M. Tseng, S.-C. Hsu. H.-J. Lee, M.-A. Lee, I.-I. Lin, and F. Tsai. 2011. Yangtze River floods enhance coastal ocean phytoplankton biomass and potential fish production. Geophys. Res. Lett. 38:L13603. (IF=4.196, Ranking=9/175 in Geosciences, multidisciplinary)

    15.        Hung C.-C.*, G.-C. Gong, W.-C. Chou, C.-C. Chung, M.-A. Lee, Y. Chang, H.-Y. Chen, S.-J. Huang, Y. Yang, W.-R. Yang, W.-C. Chung, S.-L. Li, and E. Laws. 2010. The effect of typhoon on particulate organic carbon flux in the southern East China Sea. Biogeosciences 7:3007-3018. (IF=3.978, Ranking=10/175 in Geosciences, multidisciplinary)

    16.        Chung, C.-C.*, S.-P. L. Hwang, and J. Chang. 2009. The identification of three novel genes involved in the rapid-growth regulation in a marine diatom, Skeletonema costatum. Mar. Biotechnol. 11:356-367. (IF=3.269, Ranking = 8/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology)

    17.        Tsai, S.-F., D. Xu, C.-C. Chung, and K.-P. Chiang*. 2008. Parastrombidinopsis minima n. sp. (Ciliophora: Oligotrichia) from the coastal waters of northeastern Taiwan: morphology and small subunit ribosomal DNA sequence. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 55:567-573. (IF=3.217, Ranking=37/119 in Microbiology)

    18.        Chung, C.-C., S.-P. L. Hwang, and J. Chang*. 2008. Nitric oxide as a signaling factor to upregulate the Death-Specific Protein in a marine diatom, Skeletonema costatum, during blockage of electron flow in photosynthesis. Appl. Environ. Microb. 74:6521-6527. (IF=3.668, Ranking=29/119 in Microbiology)

    19.        Cheng, P.-Y., C-C. Lin, C.-S. Wu, Y.-F. Lu, C. Y. Lin, C.-C. Chung, C.-Y. Chu, C.-J. Huang, C.-Y. Tsai, S. Korzh, J.-L. Wu, and S.-P. L. Hwang*. 2008. Zebrafish cdx1b regulates expression of downstream factors of Nodal signaling during early endoderm formation. Development 135:941-952. (IF=6.462, Ranking=4/41 in Developmental Biology)

    20.     Chung, C.-C., S.-P. L. Hwang, and J. Chang*. 2005. Cooccurrence of ScDSP gene expression, cell death, and DNA fragmentation in a marine diatom, Skeletonema costatum. Appl. Environ. Microb. 71:8744-8751. (IF=3.668, Ranking=29/119 in Microbiology)

    21.        Chung, C.-C., S.-P. L. Hwang, and J. Chang*. 2003. Identification of a high-affinity phosphate transporter gene in a Prasinophyte alga, Tetraselmis chui, and its expression under nutrient limitation. Appl. Environ. Microb. 69:754-759. (IF=3.668, Ranking=29/119 in Microbiology)

    22.        Chang, J.*, C.-C. Chung, and G.-C. Gong. 1996. Influences of cyclones on chlorophyll a concentration and Synechococcus abundance in a subtropical western Pacific coastal ecosystem. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 140:199-205. (IF=2.619, Ranking=17/102 in Marine and Freshwater Biology)

     

    Non-SCI

    1.           至青. 2015. 漂泊的海洋植物. 科學月刊 546:450-455.

    2.           至青. 海洋浮游植物幫助地球排碳. 國語日報 05/30/2015

    3.           Chung, C.-C.*, G.-C. Gong, S.-C. Hsu, and J. Chang. 2009. Picophytoplankton response to an Asian dust storm in the oligotrophic northwest Pacific Ocean. SOLAS News 9, 27.

    4.           Lu, Y.-H., S.-P. L. Hwang, K.-M. Chen, C.-C. Chung, H.-P. Li, T.-M. Hsiung, and J. Chang*. 2001. Isolation and identification of a picophytoplankton, Nannochloris sp., in coastal waters of northern Taiwan. Acta Oceanogr. Taiwanica 39:83-92. (in Chinese)

     

    PRESENTATIONS

    1.           Chung, C.-C., C.-Y. Huang, G.-C. Gong, and Y.-C. Lin. 2014. Influence of the Changjiang River flood on Synechococcus ecology in the surface waters of the East China Sea. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Portland, USA.

    2.           Huang, C.-Y., C.-C. Chung, G.-C. Gong, Y.-C. Lin, J. Chang. 2014. A disastrous Changjiang River flood changed prokaryotic picoplankton assemblage in the surface East China Sea. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Portland, USA.

    3.           Huang, C.-Y., C.-C. Chung, and J. Chang. 2013. Phylogenetic distributions of phycocyanin-rich Synechococcus in the East China Sea in summers. The 9th East China Sea Conference, Keelung, Taiwan,

    4.           Hung, C.-C., Y.-Y. Shih, C.-C. Chung, and G.-C. Gong. 2013. Nutrient supply in the southern East China Sea after Typhoon Morakot. The AOGS 10th Annual Meeting, Brisbane, Australia.

    5.           Chung, C.-C., G.-C. Gong, C.-Y. Huang, and Y.-C. Lin. 2012. Phylogenetic distribution of Synechococcus in the surface East China Sea, inferring from their phycocyanin operon. The Taiwan-Israel “Effect of human activities on marine environment” Workshop, Tainan, Taiwan.

    6.           Chiang, K.-P., C.-C. Chung, and J. Chang. 2011. A new perspective on the marine biological oceanographic research in the continental ecosystem of East China Sea – Molecular indicators as a tool to evaluate microbial physiological status and diversity. The 8th International Workshop on the Oceanography & Fisheries Sciences of the East China Sea. Okinawa, Japan.

    7.           Lin ,Y.-C., C.-C. Chung, and K.-P. Chiang. 2010. Spatial variation of heterotrophic nanoflagellates MAST-1 to 4 in the East China Sea during spring and summer. The 13th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology. Seattle, USA.

    8.           Hung, C.-C., G.-C. Gong, W.-C. Chou, C.-C. Chung, and M.-A. Lee. 2010. Enhanced POC export flux in the Kuroshio upwelling system after passage of a typhoon. The 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting. Taipei, Taiwan.

    9.           Hung, S.-H., C.-C. Chung, C.-W. Liao, G.-C. Gong, S.-P. L. Hwang, and J. Chang. 2009. The expression of pstS in picoplankton community: primer design and field tests in the East China Sea. The 2009 Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Nice, France.

    10.        Chung, C.-C., C.-W. Liao, G.-C. Gong, S.-P. L. Hwang, and J. Chang. 2008. Vigorous growth of Synechococcus spp. in the East China Sea during an Asian dust storm event. The 2008 Ocean Sciences Meeting. Orlando, Florida, USA.

    11.        Chung C.-C., S.-P. L. Hwang, and J. Chang. 2006. ScDSP, a gatekeeper of photosystemII performance in a marine diatom, Skeletonema costatum. The 2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

     

     





























    
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